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=== Contact Information === Library Address: :Logan Library
:255 North Main Street
:Logan, UT 84321
E-mail: Virginia Hanson Special Collections
Hours and holidays: :Monday-Saturday open 10:00 a.m.
:Monday-Thursday close 9:00 p.m.
:Friday-Saturday close 6:00 p.m.
:Upcoming closings: click here.
:Logan Public Library location on MapQuest
Internet sites and databases:
*Internet home page. *Logan Public Library catalog online. *Logan Public Library - Virginia Hanson Special Collections. === Collection Description === The Logan Library, Virginia Hanson Special Collections has an excellent collection of historical information related to Logan and Cache County, Utah. In 2006 the Everton Genealogy Collection was donated to the library. It was opened to the public for two years but was then closed in April 2008. The staff of the library have since been working to add a portion of this book collection to the Virginia Hanson Special Collections. In addition to the book collections, there is an expanding archival and digital collection relating primarily to the City of Logan.
=== Tips === *Although much of the collection is open for browsing during library open hours, a portion of the collection is closed stacks. Ask a reference librarian for access to these materials. *Come anytime but call or email in advance to confirm hours for specialized reference service. === Alternate Repositories === Other repositories with Logan and Cache County history or genealogy materials: *Logan, Utah Family History Center a regional branch of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. *Utah State University Special Collections & Archives includes a large collection of materials of local history interest both print and archival as well as a vast digital collection.