Dedicated on April 25, 1954, the Swaney Memorial Library is the oldest library in Hancock County, West Virginia. The colonial-styled brick building sits on top of a ridge that overlooks the Ohio River and the town of New Cumberland, West Virginia. It is the legacy of a local doctor who later became a very successful steel manufacturer.
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Andrea Everly6 months ago
Very nice library! Wonderful children programs, and activities. Wide selection of books for all ages. Friendly, helpful staff!
Stacey DeBee3 years ago
We love it here, the girls who work there are super sweet, and the week long summer reading program was absolutely fantastic. They have a great kids room and selection of kids books as well.
Donald Glasure7 months ago
Went for author, Carol Halls', book signing event.
James Bonar7 months ago
Nice little library in a nice town
Jonesey Jones2 years ago
Very nice and a very helpful librarian