About Us
History

The Carnegie Free Library of Midland is the second oldest public library in Beaver County, and is currently celebrating its Centennial.  The library was constructed without any cost to the community, through a $20,000 grant made by Andrew Carnegie in May of 1914.  No previous public library had existed in Midland, prior to Mr. Carnegie's grant.

Since April of 1916, the Carnegie Library has provided continuous service to residents of the Midland area, and alongside its large collection of books, also offers DVDs, audiobooks, public computers, laptops and Wi-Fi access, as well as a selection of local newspapers and popular magazines.

 
Technology

Our technology was funded through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.  We offer eleven computers with Windows 7 for free use by library patrons.  You can also bring your own laptop or Wi-Fi enabled device to use our wireless access point.

 
Location

The library is located across the street from Lincoln Park in Midland, PA.

Address: 61 Ninth Street
Midland, PA 15059


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The Carnegie Free Library of Midland is a member of the Beaver County Library System

You can reach the director, Linda Slopek, at:
lslopek@midlandlibrary.org