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Littleton Public Library (wc Jones Memorial) - Littleton, North Carolina - Branch Library

Phone - 252-586-3608

 
Littleton Public Library (wc Jones Memorial)
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Administrative Office Information

Halifax County Library System
Phone: 252-583-3631
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Location
33 Granville St.
Halifax, NC 27839-0097
Mailing Address
PO Box 97
Halifax, NC 27839-0097
library Collection
Print Materials: 60,694
Electronic Books: -1
Audio Materials: 1,297
Video Materials: 2,132
Print Subscriptions: 97
Library Services
Annual Service Hours for All Service Outlets: 11,492
Annual Library Visits: 60,518
Annual Reference Transactions: 16,648
Annual Circulation Transactions: 52,386
Annual Children's Material Circulation: 19,787
Internet Terminals Used by General Public: 29
Users of Electronic Resources Per Typical Week: 7,800
Service Outlets
Central Libraries: 1
Branch Libraries: 3
Bookmobiles: 1
Staff
Full Time Staff: 1
Librarians: 1
Other Staff: 10
Total Staff: 11
Funding/Operating Revenue
Local Government Revenue: $32,767
North Carolina Government Revenue: $125,813
Federal Government Revenue: $18,900
Total Income: $521,875
Salaries: $270,206
Total Staff Expenditure: $345,685
Miscellaneous
Interlibrary Relationship: Not a Member of a Federation or Cooperative
Legal Basis: County/Parish
Administrative Structure: Administrative Entity with Multiple Direct Service Outlets where Administrative Offices are Not Separate
Geographic Info: County/Parish (most nearly)
Population of Legal Service Area: 57,105
Littleton Public Library (wc Jones Memorial) Reviews

from: Tony Sakowski | submitted: Jun 08, 2013
I visited this library on June 1, 2013 to use the internet with my laptop. For 3 hours straight, the two library personnel kept up a very loud conversation that was disturbing for anyone who had gone to the branch to study or read. Most of this outlandish conversation was personal. Fortunately, I had ear plugs in place that kept their constant banter a less recognizable sound, but I felt badly for those in the library who were young enough to not be able to complain about the very poor attitude of the staff towards providing an environment that might be conducive towards study or reading. Hopefully this will be passed on to their supervisor or the head of the NC library system.


Halifax County Library System Map