Whether you’re looking for the latest best-seller or to send a fax, the Markle Branch is here to help you.
The Markle Branch of the Huntington City-Township Public Library maintains a large collection of books, audiobooks, music CDs, video games and movies. We’re available to assist you in other services, such as sending a fax, printing, making copies, and finding your next great read.
Here is a brief summary of the many services offered at the Markle Branch:
- Faxing, copying, printing
- Free 24/7 wireless internet access
- 3 public computers
- 1 computer with children’s educational games
- Pick up and place holds on all HCTPL items
- Borrow items from other libraries
- Regular programs and events for all ages
- Meeting Room for public use
- Local History Room
What’s on the shelf?
Our collection includes fiction and non-fiction print books for everyone from toddlers to adults. We also have large print and audiobooks, both in fiction and non-fiction. If you’re looking for a great movie, TV show, CD or video game, we’ve got you covered.
We also carry local, national magazine and newspapers and have a selection of local history and genealogy books.
Get a card
If you have a library card with either HCTPL or the Wells County Public Library (more information below), you can check out items at the Markle Branch. Getting a library card
Wells County Reciprocal Borrowing
Did you know you can get a library card with the Wells County Public Library , just by having a card with us? It’s true! Anyone with a HCTPL library card can also get a library card at WCPL through our Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement, and vice versa. To sign up, just visit any of the WCPL locations during our open hours and sign up (they call us to make sure your account is in good standing before registering you). Easy!
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