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James A Michener Branch Library - Quakertown, Pennsylvania - Branch Library

Phone - 215-536-3306

 
James A Michener Branch Library
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Administrative Office Information

Bucks County Free Library
Phone: 215-348-0332
Web Address: www.buckslib.org
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Location
150 South Pine ST
Doylestown, PA 18901-4932
Mailing Address
150 South Pine ST
Doylestown, PA 18901-4932
library Collection
Print Materials: 912,133
Electronic Books: -1
Audio Materials: 48,298
Video Materials: 37,635
Print Subscriptions: 1,244
Library Services
Annual Service Hours for All Service Outlets: 18,616
Annual Library Visits: 1,321,580
Annual Reference Transactions: 138,724
Annual Circulation Transactions: 2,404,214
Annual Children's Material Circulation: 894,480
Internet Terminals Used by General Public: 113
Users of Electronic Resources Per Typical Week: 95,923
Service Outlets
Central Libraries: 1
Branch Libraries: 6
Bookmobiles: 0
Staff
Full Time Staff: 29
Librarians: 32
Other Staff: 86
Total Staff: 119
Funding/Operating Revenue
Local Government Revenue: $32,767
Pennsylvania Government Revenue: $3,046,267
Federal Government Revenue: $8,425
Total Income: $8,417,893
Salaries: $4,649,078
Total Staff Expenditure: $5,817,123
Miscellaneous
Interlibrary Relationship: Headquarters of a Federation or Cooperative
Legal Basis: Non-profit Association or Agency
Administrative Structure: Administrative Entity with Multiple Direct Service Outlets where Administrative Offices are Not Separate
Geographic Info: County/Parish (most nearly)
Population of Legal Service Area: 464,092
James A Michener Branch Library Reviews

from: Edward O Goodrich | submitted: Jan 20, 2011
In his novel, Poland, Mr. Michener referred to a series of notes made by several historians, translated into English by several others, and mentioned by him as being very helpful in the writing. Did those notes survive, and, if so, are they accessible? EOG.


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