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Central may not be open yet, but we still want to celebrate SRP! Join us for staff lists, activities and more on the Central page.
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On March 4, 1902, the first patrons of what we now call the Fulton County Public Library System entered the Carnegie Library, located on the same ground as today's Central Library. The origins of the library system, however, late in the nineteenth century, with the efforts of members of the Young Men's Library Association to raise money for a free public library in Atlanta. Read more.

African-American Music Appreciation

This is a small selection of book titles written by and or about African-American music or African-American musical artists.

Tail Tales: Picture Books about Fabulous Felines

Here is a list of fun read-aloud stories about tigers, for the youngest listener all the way up to second graders.

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