What do I need to do to get a library card?

All ages are welcome to get a Marshall Public Library card!  Children must have a parent or caregiver over 18 years of age present to obtain a library card.  Adults must have a valid Texas driver’s license or state ID and complete a library card application (PDF).  Guest passes, for computer use only, are available for visitors with out-of-state identification. Replacement library cards cost $1.00.

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1. What are the library's hours and location?
2. How can I contact the library?
3. What do I need to do to get a library card?
4. How many items can I check out?
5. How much are fines?
6. What items do you have in your collection?
7. How can I access the library's eBook collection?
8. What programs does the library offer for my family?
9. Does the library have Wi-Fi?
10. Does the library have computers, printers, copier, and a fax machine?
11. Does the library offer computer classes?
12. Does the library have local history and genealogy information?
13. Will the library accept contributions in memory or in honor of a loved one?
14. Does the library offer proctoring services?
15. Does the library offer tours?
16. When are the book sales?