The Lancaster Library serves as an example of the struggle by library associations and women's clubs in the rural areas to establish strong county libraries. From 1929 through 1935 their efforts did result in obtaining county appropriations varying from $100 to $300 to support the library. In 1936, it became a completely county-wide institution when the new school system took effect.

As typified by Lancaster, county libraries grew in size and number during the 1920's as more South Carolinians began to organize to promote public library service.

Section of Reading Room,
Lancaster County Library

Floor Plan of Lancaster County Library

Lancaster County Library
313 S. White Street
Lancaster, SC  29720

Monday-Friday  9am-5pm
Kershaw Branch
101 N. Hampton Street
Kershaw SC  29067
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Closed daily 12pm-1pm
Del Webb Library
7641 Charlotte Highway,
Indian Land SC  29707

Monday & Tuesday 9am-8pm
Wednesday & Thursday 9am-6pm

Friday 9am-5pm

Saturday 9am-1pm