Waynesboro Public Library

Waynesboro Public Library
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Founded in 1912 by the Philathea Class of First Baptist Church, Waynesboro’s library was the third Virginia library to take advantage of the state law permitting the establishment of tax-supported public libraries. The first librarian was Virginia Leftwich, the mother of Ruth Graham (Mrs. Billy Graham).

Our library is located in the beautiful and historic Shenandoah Valley, about 90 miles west of Richmond, VA and is well-known for its extensive local history collection for Waynesboro and Augusta County as well as its genealogy resources.

540-941-6746
600 S. Wayne Ave.
Waynesboro, VA
22980
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