Fort Bend County Libraries
|Location||Fort Bend County, Texas|
|Access and use|
Prior to the founding of the Fort Bend County Library there existed a Share-a-Book Club run by ladies of the towns constituting the area. In 1947 these ladies appealed to the Commissioners' Court of Fort Bend County to establish a library which was granted and constructed by 1948. The original building held 1,000 books but was quickly deemed to be insufficient for growth and a new library underwent construction in November 1948. At a cost of $50,000 the new building opened on July 7, 1949 and held 8,111 volumes. It received an addition in 1958 which added a historical room and a Daughters of the Revolutionary War collection.
|Albert George Branch Library||Needville|
|Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library||Fulshear|
|Cinco Ranch Branch Library||Unincorporated (Cinco Ranch)|
|First Colony Branch Library||Sugar Land|
|George Memorial Library||Richmond|
|Fort Bend County Law Library||Richmond|
|Mamie George Branch Library||Stafford|
|Mission Bend Branch Library||Houston|
|Missouri City Branch Library||Missouri City|
|Sienna Branch Library||Unincorporated (Sienna)|
|Sugar Land Branch Library||Sugar Land|
|University Branch Library||Sugar Land|
First Colony Library in Sugar Land
Albert George Library in Needville
Bob Lutts Library in Fulshear
Sienna Branch Library in Sienna
Sugar Land Branch in Sugar Land
- "Fort Bend County Libraries Librarian's Monthly Report October 2016". FBCL. Retrieved 7 October 2017.
- Sturdivant, Robert E. "COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT For the Year Ended September 30, 2016". Retrieved 7 October 2017.
- "History of Fort Bend County Libraries". Fort Bend County Libraries. Retrieved 7 October 2017.
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