Holiday Closings
All Indianapolis Public Libraries will be closed on December 24 & 25 for the Christmas holiday. Additionally, the Flanner House Branch will be closed on December 26.
All libraries will close at 5 p.m. on December 31 and will remain closed on January 1, except the InfoZone, which will be open on January 1 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Additionally, the Flanner House Branch will be closed on January 2.


 

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2121 W. Michigan St.
Indianapolis, IN 46222
317-275-4420

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Upcoming Branch EventsRSS icon

Job Seeker Email Classes at Haughville
Haughville Branch, Jan 6 5:30PM

Job Seeker Resume Class at Haughville
Haughville Branch, Jan 13 5:30PM

OverDrive eBook Class
Haughville Branch, Jan 21 5:30PM

eBook Tinker Station
Haughville Branch, Jan 24 2:00PM

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Haughville Branch

Haughville Branch

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Meet the Branch Manager

Nancy Mobley

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Nancy Mobley

Hello, I am Nancy Mobley, manager at the Haughville Branch. I enjoy reading, watching movies, antiquing and gardening. Stop by the Haughville Branch and my staff and I will look forward in showing you the services at our branch. Let me share with you my passion for the library, the youth, and the Near West Community.

About Haughville Branch

Branch 2, the longest continuously operating branch of the Indianapolis Public Library system, originally opened in December, 1896 in a small frame building occupied by a Gospel Rescue Mission. It was located at the corner of Brookside Avenue and Tenth Street.

In early 1897 the village known as Haughville became a part of the city and soon afterwards the residents petitioned for a library. Branch 2 was moved from the east side to 2523 West Walnut, a small frame building in the yard of School No. 52. It eventually became known as The Haughville Branch, reflecting the neighborhood it served. The branch moved again in 1901 to the former Town Hall on Germania Avenue, later renamed Belleview Place. In this storefront building the library was expanded three times from a small, one-room library to encompass the entire first floor. A fire in 1904 partially destroyed the library, consuming much of the furniture and more than 400 books. It soon reopened in the same location, and remained there until it relocated to the Michigan Plaza Shopping Center near Holt Road in 1972.

In 2003, after over 100 years of service, the library moved into a 12,000 square-foot facility specifically built for The Haughville Branch Library at 2121 West Michigan Street.

Branch Amenities & Services

Desktop computer icon 21 Public Computers with Internet access and Microsoft Office
Printer icon Color Printing Services
scanner Document Scanner
Wifi icon Free Wireless Internet Access
Printer icon  Wireless Printing
Files icon Copy Machine(s)
Users icon Meeting Room(s) Available for Public Reservation
Cart icon Self-service Checkout
Credit card icon Credit Cards Accepted for Fee Payment
ABC Block icon Early Literacy Stations