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Attala County Library

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(662) 289-5141

201 South Huntington Street


Attala County Library is a business providing services in the field of Public Libraries. Attala County Library is located in Kosciusko, MS on 201 South Huntington Street.

Attala County Library telephone number is
(662) 289-5141.

Telefax: (662)289-9983

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Attala County Library
Address : 201 South Huntington Street Kosciusko, MS 39090
  •   (662) 289-5141
  •   (662)289-9983
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Helpful Tip for: Public Libraries

Public libraries in Kosciusko are places that stock a good collection of all types and genres of books and journals- old and new- treasured, invaluable and cherished . Public libraries are reading places for everyone and offer books of varied choices and different subjects. They allow access to all, and are funded by the government.