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The Teton County Library

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Featured Collections

  • Health Resources

    Health links, library items for check-out and library resources for in-library use only.
  • imageGrant Resources

    As a Funding Information Network partner of the New York based Foundation Center, the Library offers specialized publications, CD-ROM and Web-based products for nonprofit organizations to research grant funding and writing. Additionally, we have information for individuals, businesses and government agencies seeking grant information.
  • imageGovernment Documents

    The Teton County Library’s Government Documents Collection consists of federal, state, and local publications primarily in book and map formats.
  • imageWestern Americana

    Our Western Americana study collection, which includes about 4,660 titles, focuses largely on the period of 1820 through 1900, covering such topics as the fur trade, the Pony Express, cowboys and mountain men.
  • Additional Collections

    • St.John's Medical Library

      Collection contains a few specific medical resources, for more information and access please contact (307) 739-6159 8-5:30 pm Monday - Friday (307)-739-7370 or (370)-739-7371 8:30 - 4pm Monday - Friday 625 E.Broadway, Jackson, WY
    • Teton County Access to Justice Center

      Self-help legal resource center and free legal aid to income-qualified persons.
      Contact : Betsy Bernfeld, email
      (307) 734-9023
      Mailing Address
      P.O. Box 13338
      Jackson, WY, 83002
      Physical Address
      185 South Willow St, Lower Level
      Jackson, WY, 83002
      Hours 1-5pm M-F
    • American Alpine Club Collection

      The Library is a branch of the American Alpine Club housing approximately 250 mountaineering periodicals and books on loan from that organization. We supplement this collection with our own comprehensive collection of materials related to the sport of climbing.
    • Large Print Collections

      The Library has a permanent collection of about 300 large print fiction and nonfiction books. The state of Wyoming also provides our patrons with a traveling collection of 175 large print books, with new additions received on a quarterly basis.
    • Map Collection

      The Map Collection includes topographic maps of varying scales, trail maps and CD-ROM products available for use in the Library.
    • Spanish and English Literacy Collections

      Latino Services develops and maintains the Children’s Spanish, Adult Spanish and English Literacy Collections. Books, videos, books-on-tape, magazines, CD-ROMs and music recordings are included.