Wilcox Public Library
The Jones Township Historical Interest Group is housed within the Wilcox Public Library, you can find historical items, genealogy information, photographs and more concerning all areas of Jones Township.
The volunteers of the Jones Township Historical Interest Group have compiled various collections of information over the years the following listing is just an example of what is available:
If your interested in our local history, stop in and check out our collection!
We are always accepting donations of items with historical importance concerning all areas of Jones Township. If you have an item you wish to donate, please contact us at the library...(814) 929-5639.
If you have an interest in our local history and would be interested in volunteering some of your time to help us compile information and/or joining us as a volunteer, please feel free to contact us at the library:
We look forward to meeting with you!
Photocopying and Printing: Letter size (8 ½ x 11), legal size (8 ½ x 14), and ledger size (11 x 17) copies as well as reduced or enlarged copies can be made of book pages and other materials for the public (subject to copyright restrictions). The fee is $.25 per copy. Please request this service at the Circulation Desk.
Faxing: Sending and receiving letter size (8 ½ x 11) and legal size (8 ½ x 14) papers can be done for a nominal fee. Please request this service at the Circulation Desk.
At the Wilcox Public Library, we take pride in delivering quality public library services to citizens in the village of Wilcox and Jones Township. We have fiction and nonfiction books, a variety of magazines and the Johnsonburg Press newspaper, DVD videos, audiobooks, eBooks and more.
Borrowing: Books, magazines and books-on-tape/CD are loaned for a 2-week period; and DVD videos for 1 week. There is a limit of ten books and/or books-on-tape per adult family member; a limit of five books and/or books-on-tape per juvenile family member. DVD videos and magazine loans are limited to three per family member.
Renewals: Items can be renewed for another loan period by bringing them into the library for renewal, through the online catalog, or by calling the circulation desk at (814) 929-5639. Books may be renewed three times unless a request for them is placed by another patron.
Fines: The fine for overdue books, periodicals, and books-on-tape/CD is 10 cents a day, with a maximum of $25.00 per family. The fine for overdue DVDs is one dollar per day per item with a maximum of the cost of the video. Interlibrary loan late fees are 25 cents per day per item. Lost cards can be replaced for $1.00.
Holds: If an item has been taken out by another patron, you may place a hold on it and you will be called when it is returned. If there are already other holds placed on it, your name will be placed on the waiting list and you will be called when your turn comes.
Interlibrary Loan: If the Wilcox Public Library does not have the item you need, we can try to get it through Interlibrary loan. You must have a valid AccessPA library card to obtain materials through Interlibrary loan. Please make Interlibrary loan requests at the Circulation Desk.
Requests: If there is an item that you would like the Library to consider adding to its collection, ask for a Patron Request Form at the Circulation Desk.
The Wilcox Public Library's collection is accessible on the computer. The online catalog allows patrons to search the library's collection by author, title, subject, keyword, series title, and Dewey Decimal call number.
eBooks and eAudiobooks: The Library provides our patrons with access to our electronic collection through Overdrive. You can access this service by clicking on the "Enjoy eBooks & audiobooks" link on the home page.
Internet Access: The Library provides free public access to the Internet. There is an Internet Use Policy which patrons must follow. Children aged 12 and under must have a parent or guardian with them while they are using the Internet in the Library. This policy is firmly adhered to.
Online Databases: POWER Library e-resources provide access to thousands of full-text periodical articles, newspapers, a major encyclopedia, photographs, pictures, charts, maps, and reference material for Pennsylvanians of all ages. The POWER Library is a service of Pennsylvania’s public libraries, school libraries, and the State Library. POWER Library also has a children's version to search the databases.