The audio book selection is located on the north wall of the Adult Department. Audio books may be checked out for three weeks with renewals available. Many more audio books in different formats are available thru the Kansas State Library
The Coffeyville Public Library Foundation sponsors book sales each year. Check our calendar for more information about upcoming book sales.
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A credit or debit card is required to rent the room. If our key is not returned, the renting patron will lose their deposit and agrees to pay a $300 charge to cover the costs of replacing the locks.
The Library meeting room may be scheduled at the main circulation desk or by calling 251-1370.
Only one reservation will be made per day unless otherwise authorized by the library director.
Keys will be returned to the circulation desk or in the book drop behind the library immediately following the meeting.
Groups are limited by the Fire Code to 60 persons present in the room.
The host group can make no charges for admission to meetings or classes held in the room
Alcoholic beverages and cigarettes (including e-cigarettes) are not permitted in or on library grounds.
Each group is responsible for cleaning the meeting room after their scheduled meeting.
Each group is responsible for any damage done to the room. Damage should be reported immediately to facilitate repair. Paints, inks or other staining liquids are prohibited.
Audio/Visual equipment is available in the room. If groups wish to use the equipment a $10 additional fee will be charged for the use of the system. After the fee has been paid a key to the AV equipment will be provided and will need to be returned to library staff at the same time as the room key.
IN CASE OF LOCKOUT CALL: COFFEYVILLE POLICE — 620 251-6160
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: 911
* Please do not allow anyone attending your function to use the library’s front doors.
* Only use the community room door — this will stop people not associated with your group from using the restrooms and being left in the building after you leave.
* Please do not allow anyone in the building NOT associated with your party or group.
* Before leaving the building check the front doors of the library and the door to the community room to make sure they are securely shut and locked
The library has 19 computers for public use. Patrons may login through their library cards or receive a guest login if they do not have a library card. Patrons under 18 cannot use the computers without a library card.
One on one computer classes can help patrons grow their technology skills. Contact Samantha Dean to book an appointment.
Copier, Fax, and Laminating Services
Copying/printing is available for 10 cents per page for black & white and 50 cents per page for color.
To send a fax is $1.00 per page. To receive a fax is 10 cents. The fax number is (620) 251-1512.
Laminating services are available at $1 per page. Materials to be laminated cannot be larger than a 8.5×11 page.
The Coffeyville Library offers two e-resources for our library card holders. The first is Libby, an ebook and audiobook app that you can download to your smart device and log in using your library card number! Libby can also be accessed through a web browser at sunflowerelibrary.overdrive.com. Patrons may check out up to 5 titles at a time. Just download the app, find Coffeyville Public Library, input your library card number and pin (your pin is the last 4-digits of your card number), and you’re ready to go
Kanopy is a free (to our patrons) to use movie-streaming app that you can download to your smartphone, smart TV, or Roku!I offers a wide variety of movies, TV shows, kids’ programming, documentaries, and more! The signup is the same as the Libby app. Download the app or go to Kanopy.com on a web browser, find Coffeyville Public Library, and input your library card number and pin (last 4 of your card number). Patrons receive 5 credits a month, most movies cost 1 credit, and some cost more.
DVD, Blu-Ray, & Video Games
A limit of five movies/games may be checked out on an individual’s card for one week.
We offer limited disc cleaning for DVDs, Blu-Rays, and Video Games at $0.25 per disc. Patrons may bring their discs to the library, leave their name and number, and we’ll notify them when they’ve been cleaned.
Kansas Digital Book eLending
The State Library of Kansas works with Kansas libraries to provide digital library books for all residents, which includes downloadable audiobooks and eBooks. Most require a Kansas Library eCard for use.
First Time User?
e-books are digital editions of books that can be read on an electronic device (computer, tablet, or smart phone).
Many of the websites below can be used for Kindle, Nooks, Apple, Androids, or on your PC.
Popular titles in both audio and eBook format. You will need to have a Kansas Library Card to access these eBooks, contact us or come to the library if you’d like to get your free State Library Card.
Besides free eBooks, you also download free magazines or submit your own eBook. You need to become a Free-EBook.Net member to access their library. Registration is free.
Pixel of Ink www.pixelofink.com
Pixel of Ink features daily publishing of Free Kindle Books and Hot Deals.
Free books for your PDA, iPod and eBook reader.
Christian Book Distributors www.christianbook.com
Some free books. Various readers
A next-generation digital book [TED] www.ted.com/talks/mike_matas.html
Absolutely awesome. What will they think up next?
Genealogy and Local History
The Coffeyville Public Library is proud to house the genealogical materials for the Montgomery County Genealogical Society. The Library has an extensive collection of genealogical and historical materials of Coffeyville and the surrounding areas of Montgomery County. Please direct all genealogy requests to Samantha Dean, please find her contact info on the Library About Us Page. Patrons may also use the library’s Ancestry.com and Newspapers.com accounts on our Genealogy Department’s computers.
We have an ST ViewScan Microform reader where you can look at our collection of newspapers on microfilm. You can also email articles to yourself, or copy them to a jump drive for free, or make a print copy for 10 cents.
You can also access Kansas Genealogical information online at the Kansas State Historical Society.
The 1940 Census is also available online at 1940 Census.
Newspapers on Microfilm
December 1871 -October 1872
1875 – 1975, 1988, 1993 – 2005
1902 – 1906
1900 to present-day
1961 – 1983, 2002 to present-day
1880 US Census
1865 to 1930
Montgomery County, KS
Butler, Chautauqua, Edwards, Ellis, Elk, Ellsworth, Franklin, Grant, Graham, Greenwood, Labette, Lane, Leavenworth(pt), Wilson, Woodson, and Wyandotte (pt) Counties
Births, Marriage and Death Records
Births, Marriages, & Deaths of Montgomery County, Kansas are recorded at the Coffeyville Courthouse.
January 1888 – August 1911
January 1888 – 1925
January 1887 – September 1892
December 1895 – February 1911
Obituaries from the Coffeyville Journal and Other Montgomery County Newspapers
1968, 1972 -1995
The addresses for other states may be located at Vital Records.
You may obtain birth, death, and divorce records prior to June 1911 from the County Clerk’s Office at Montgomery County Courthouse in Independence, Kansas. Those after June 1911 may be obtained at the Department of Vital Statistics in Topeka, Kansas.
Other Genealogy Materials
The Art of Collecting Genealogy and History by Addison Oates
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library Catalog
Adams County Ohio, Green Township Cemeteries
All Name Index to History of Ontario County, New York
Cemeteries of Benton County, Arkansas
Chronicles of Oklahoma
Index to Washington County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1781-1900 by Bob Closson
Index to Bedford County, Pennsylvania Wills by Patricia W. Collins
Columbiana County, Ohio 1850 Census
Cemeteries of Lewis County (KY) by Lula G. Cox
Adams County, Ohio Marriage Records by Robert D. Craig
Marriage Records, Index, Denton County, Texas, 1885-1894 by Vinita Davis
Genealogical Guide to Saratoga County, New York by Field Horne
New England Ancestors
New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Ontario County, New York State Federal Census 1800
Ontario County, New York State Federal Census 1810
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Hampshire County, Virginia (now West Virginia) by Netti Schreiner-Yantis
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Hardy County, Virginia (now West Virginia) by Netti Schreiner-Yantis
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Harrison County, Virginia (now West Virginia) by Netti Schreiner-Yantis
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Middlesex County, Virginia by Netti Schreiner-Yantis
The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Ohio County, Virginia by Netti Schriener-Yantis
The Personal Property Tax Lists for Randolph County, Virginia (now West Virginia) by Netti Schriener-Yantis
Early Court Records of Scioto County, Ohio by Caryn Shoemaker
Marriages of Scioto County, Ohio by Caryn Shoemaker
Selected Abstracts from Common Pleas and Chancery Complete Records, Scioto County, Ohio 1810-1875 by Caryn Shoemaker
Deaths in Whiteside County, Illinois by Jayne Kennedy Sweger
Marriages in Whiteside County, Illinois by Jayne Kennedy Sweger
Index to Persons: History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, and Barton Counties, Missouri by Z. Hazel Yates
Calendar of Wills on File… Albany, New York 1626-1836 by Berthold Fernow
Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska Civil War Veterans by Dennis Northcott
Coffeyville Genealogical Ebooks
We had a generous patron asked us to share this scroll of names of veterans from Coffeyville who served in the US Armed Forces, including the honor rolls of the Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II. Click on the linked documents below to see the fully scanned document.
Large Print Books
Large Print books are checked out for three weeks.
Newspapers & Magazines
We subscribe to the Coffeyville Journal, Independence Reporter, Montgomery County Chronicle, Kansas City Star, Topeka Capital Journal, Tulsa World, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal.
The Coffeyville Library offers limited notary services to the general public for a fee of $5 per document. Notary business hours are Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.
1. All persons signing the document must appear in person.
2. Please bring a valid, government-issued photo ID and unsigned document(s) to be notarized. Documents must be signed in the presence of the notary in order to be valid per Kansas State Law.
3. Documents to be notarized must be in English.
4. The Library’s notary service is intended for simple documents that do not require specialized expertise.
5. The person who will sign the document must be sure that the document is completely filled out, leaving no blanks other than where the patron will sign the document, before appearing before the notary.
Documents that will not be notarized include:
Deeds and other real estate or land documents
Wills, living wills, trusts, or powers of attorney
The Coffeyville Library notary public is not an attorney licensed to practice law, and they may not give legal advice. We reserve the right to refuse to notarize documents for any reason and to decline service in cases that raise any issue of authenticity, ambiguity, or doubt.
SEKnFind Interlibrary Loan
State Library of Kansas Online Databases
Research and learning. Covering everything from standard article searching to online courses to genealogy.
The links on the linked page work by verifying your Kansas-based internet provider address. Click the database icon above to get started.
If they do not work for you, please login with your Kansas Library eCard to access the databases.
We provide a Teen space with a small reading area, computers, an Xbox One and PS4! The Teen Corner is reserved for ages 11-17 when school is not in session.
Wireless Internet Access
The library provides wireless Internet access to all patrons.