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Ashland Library

The Ashland Branch Library began life in 1974 as a project of the Ashland Junior Women's Club and became a part of the Pamunkey Regional Library in 1975. The original book collection came from donated volumes. By the fall of 1984, the Library had outgrown the four small rooms it occupied in a pre-Civil War building on the railroad tracks. Space was rented in a storefront at 102 S. Railroad Avenue. Bands of volunteers and vans ferried the collection to its new quarters in October 1984. A couple of years later, having outgrown the new space, the building next to the library was also made a part of the branch. The Ashland Branch occupied that space for thirteen years and again became seriously overcrowded.

201 S Railroad Ave, Ashland, VA 23005

Place Type

Library

Phone

(804) 798-4072

Website

pamunkeylibrary.org

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Confederate Gold: A Modern-day Romp through the Civil War History of Richmond, Virginia
6/1 2pm

If you’re looking for a book that glorifies or justifies the Confederacy, this is not your book. Author Penn Miller discusses his action-packed humorous...

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