Central Resource Library
Since its opening, the Central Resource Library has continued to be re-envisioned by Library staff. Since 1995, it’s seen the creation of an art gallery, a teen services space and the addition of more than 100 public use PCs.
In 2008, the large meeting room was named the Carmack Room in honor of the Johnson County Library’s fourth county librarian, Mona Carmack. Even with all these changes, specialized librarians continue to provide the same expert services they did in 1968, and the library continues to collect core materials in support of local history, genealogy and
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