About Us

About us:

Our Library is housed in a 1910 Queen Anne style former residence. A history museum, genealogical section and an extensive reference section emphasize the local area.

What we offer:

We offer free access to Pennsylvania POWER Library.
We offer internet access to all patrons with a signed document available at the Librarians desk. Parental
permission is required for all under 18 years old.
Our museum of local items is quite extensive. It contains many local history items.
We maintain an extensive genealogy section.
We offer large type books and also audio books for the visually impaired.
We deliver books and other materials to anyone in the community who is housebound.

The Library may be closed during inclement weather

Library Board Meetings 2019:

March 12th, 7 PM

May 14th, 7 PM

July TBD

September 10th, 7 PM

November 12th, 7 PM

Services

Computers:

We have three computers with internet access available for the public with a black and white laser printer, one computer has a color printer.
Programs available on our computers include:
Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, Children’s games and learning programs.

Other Services

  • Inter library loan
  • Accelerated readers list
  • Renewals via phone
  • Copy Machine
  • Scanner

Our Policies

Our loan policies are two weeks for books of all kinds, and one week for videos and DVD’s. We maintain a conscience box for overdue material other than videos and DVDs which are $1.00 per day per item. We offer internet access to all patrons with a signed document available at the Librarian’s desk. Parental permission is required for all under 18 years old.

Ancestry

Information available here.

Library Store

History Books for Sale

We have for sale: Index to the Knoxville History, index to the Old Deerfield history, copies of the Old Deerfield history book, copies of the Knoxville Through the Eyes of Ivan Willard Edgcomb book, and various other local history items. We no longer have copies of the Knoxville History book.

“Sesquicentennial History of Knoxville, Tioga County, Pa,” by Edwin A. Glover.
(Reprint of 1951 Centennial History plus 1951-2001) $7.00 plus P&H

“1951 Centennial History of Knoxville, Tioga County, PA, Table of contents and index,”
by Eugene A. Seelye – $3.00 plus P&H

“A History of the First Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tioga County, PA, 1868-1968,”
by Eugene A. Seelye – $3.00 plus P&H

“Creatures, Or Not So Dumb Animals – Cartoons,” by Warren Goodrich. 2001 – $3.00 plus P&H

“An Artists’ Life, or You Never Know What You’ll be Remembered For,”
Written and Illustrated by Warren Goodrich 2001 – $3.00 plus P&H

Knoxville Public Library (Knoxville, Tioga Co., PA) note cards. Pkg. of 10 $6.00

Museum

Our Collection of local articles relate to the history of the town and area.

We have many Indian artifacts as well as photographs of people and events in Knoxville and the Cowanesque Valley. Also displays of many Knoxville businesses.

We have many photos and materials relating to the Knoxville School.