Memorial Library

529 Washington Street, Columbus, Texas 78934   979.732.3392
Monday through Friday 9 AM - 6 PM 
Saturday 9 AM - 4 PM 
Closed Sunday   
List of Holidays

About the Library

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Tour the Library

Nesbitt Memorial Library
Harold J. Weiss, Jr.
Tracking the Texas Rangers: the twentieth century

20th Century Texas Rangers: Frank Hamer &
M.T. "Lone Wolf" Gonzaullas

Thursday, April 23
@ 7:00 pm


Preschool Storytime
 Every Tuesday
 10:00-11:00 am
invited to attend


Live Oaks and Dead Folks T-Shirts
Nesbitt Library
Tote Bags

are available from the
Nesbitt Memorial Library   Foundation.





Search our website, excluding the catalog:
Browse the Library Catalog

Browse the Downloadable Collection


  • The Advisory Board of the Nesbitt Memorial Library meets the second Thursday of each month at 5:30 pm in the Bill Stein Texas Room.  The meetings are open to the public.
Collection Plan                             
Library News from Past Events
Local History & Genealogy Material  
Policy Manual

Special Collections

TexShare provides a wealth of resources on careers, learning skills, health and medicine, business, genealogy, and literature. Access these powerful research tools 24 hours a day from the library, your home, or office. If you are away from the library, call the library during office hours for the TexShare login and password.


We have purchased children's
nonfiction eBooks to read online
 from eSebco. Learn more


City of Columbus, Texas

Download eBooks, audiobooks and videos from the Piney Woods Digital Consortium powered by Overdrive: You must have your Nesbitt Memorial Library patron card and sign up for this e-service from the library. You must have your own computer, smart phone or compatible device, and access to the internet. Call, email or sign up in person for this free service.

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The Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal is also available on The Portal to Texas History. Browse the The Portal for rare publications such as maps, books, photos, and newspapers. The site is hosted by the University of North Texas.

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Texas Workskills

 Development in Libraries has links to online training for help with basic computer skills, job searching, and resumes.





This page last updated April 06, 2015