“I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library".
~~Jorge Luis Borge, Argentine writer (1899-1986)
The Marshall Public Library is a member of the Northeast Texas Digital Consortium which gives our patrons access to a broad collection of fiction and nonfiction titles in a downloadable format. Patrons without fines or overdue books may use this service by using their library card to access and check out titles.
With a collection of over 30,000 titles chosen specifically for public libraries, eBooks on EBSCO is for all ages and features best-selling and highly-recommended fiction and non-fiction titles covering a wide range of subjects and topics.
Zinio, the world's largest newsstand, offers full color, interactive digital magazines with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines that can be downloaded. New issues are released simultaneously with the print edition and are ready for immediate download on any computer or mobile device. A list of magazines available for Marshall Public Library cardholders is available here. To begin enjoying Zinio, click here.
New and Award-Winning Titles
Based on reviews in journals, magazines, newspapers and other sources, the Marshall Public Library selects items for its collection which support users’ informational, educational, and recreational needs.
Materials from the collections of other public, academic, and special libraries may be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Library users with a valid library card may request materials which are not in the library’s collection by completing this form and returning it to the library. Questions about ILL? Email us at email@example.com.
Memorial & Honorariums
Individuals or groups wishing to make a contribution to the library in honor or memory of a loved one may do so by completing this form and returning it to the library. Donors may choose which fund to place their honorarium or memorial contributions. Acknowledgements will be sent to the recipient.
The Marshall Public Library has two meeting rooms for use by the community for a nominal fee. The Gold Room, dedicated to Mose and Etta Gold, can accommodate up to 49 people. The Board Room is better suited to small groups.
Individuals or groups who would like to learn more about the library’s resources and services are welcome to schedule a visit.