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Everett Public Library

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The Everett Public Library (EPL) serves the residents of Everett, Washington. EPL operates a main library at 2702 Hoyt Avenue and the Evergreen branch, at 9512 Evergreen Way. The main library overlooks Puget Sound and the southern end of Whidbey Island. The library has noteworthy artworks, including works by Dudley Pratt, Ransom Patrick, Guy Anderson, Jack Gunter, and Sonja Blomdahl. The library circulates over 900,000 items per year, provides book and media collections, reference services, on-line resources, in-home library services, and programs for adults, children and families. The library's staff includes specialists in adult reference, children's books, and local history. The Everett Public Library introduced a bookmobile service in May 1924; the first of its kind in Washington state, and the second in the West.[2] It is also one of the few public library systems in the United States that has two full-time history specialists on staff.[3][4] Northwest Room co-founders Margaret Riddle and David Dilgard retired after 31 and 40 years respectively, and their positions are currently filled by Lisa Labovitch with the second role waiting to be posted.[5][6]

Quick facts: Everett Public Library, Location, Type, Estab...
Everett Public Library
Main Branch in Downtown Everett
47°58′55″N 122°12′39″W
LocationEverett, Washington, US
TypePublic library
EstablishedJune 10, 1894
Size254,569 items
Access and use
Circulation1.3 million
Population served108,300
Other information
DirectorAbigail Cooley
References: Washington Public Library Statistical Report, 2016[1]

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