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Dallas Central Library

Map & Directions 1515 Young St.
Dallas, TX 75201
  • Sun 1pm-5pm, Tue-Wed, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm, Thu 12pm-8pm


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The first Dallas Public Library opened downtown in 1901 with help from Andrew Carnegie. The current facility, named in honor of former mayor J. Erik Jonsson, opened in 1982 and features eight stories.

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  • Jan on 03/27/10

    See Wm. Shakespeare's First Folio **and** a copy of the Declaration of Independence that's older than the one in the National Archives in DC all on the 7th Floor.

  • Natali F. on 11/07/11

    Closed on Monday

  • Kara on 06/26/13

    Copy of the Declaration of Independence is here!

  • Ed G. on 03/30/13

    Dallas History Rocks on the 7th floor !

  • Reuben G. on 03/02/13

    Law Library on the 8th Floor is a few years out-dated, but nice to have available on the weekend.

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