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|2004, Library frontage|
|Location||368 Lordship Lane|
|Access and use|
|Population served||22,000 visitors a month|
The Library is managed by Southwark Council.
|Location map for East Dulwich Library.|
The ground floor houses the main library collection and a managed children's library area. The first floor houses the reference library, study area (equipped with PCs for internet access) and events hall.
- Free Wi-Fi and PC internet access
- Photocopying facilities
- A comprehensive collection of music CDs, including the largest collection of classical CDs in Southwark, as well as the borough's collection of music scores
- "Dulwich Public Library". The Times. 26 November 1897. p. 3. "The first library in the parish [Camberwell] was opened in 1890, and there are now, including the Dulwich Library, which was opened on Wednesday afternoon, a central and four branch libraries."