Due to recent news about the coronavirus in Iowa and recommendations from local, state and federal agencies,
Beginning Tuesday, March 17th the library is closed (until further notice)
Due dates for items currently checked out have been extended to June 1st. We are asking you to start returning your items.
All meetings and programs at the library have been canceled or postponed.
CURBSIDE PICKUP WILL RESUME TUESDAY MAY 26.
Request your items using the methods listed below. Once your items are ready we will call and set a pick up time.
When you arrive, pull up to the library entrance and retrieve your bag of books from the table by the entrance.
You can return library items at any time using our exterior book drop.
Log in to your account at monticello.biblionix.com, call 319-465-3354, send an email,
text 319-820-2859 or message us through Facebook.
We appreciate your patience, as we work to both serve the public and slow the spread of COVID-19.
Iowa Genealogical Society
IGS is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create and foster an interest in genealogy and to aid others in researching their family history.
A main repository of Iowa historical and genealogical information.
Society of American Archivists
Organizations, associations and groups related to or of interest to the archival profession
US Gen Web Project
Free genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. This Project is non-commercial and fully committed to free genealogy access for everyone.
Historical and government records can help you trace your heritage and build your family tree.
Tri-County Historical Society
Local history of Dubuque, Jones, and Jackson counties and it's citizens.
Iowa Publications Online
This website is an online archive of documents produced by Iowa state agencies and intended for use by the general public.
Jones County Genealogical Society
A website dedicated to Jones County History
Iowa Geological Survey
Topography and geological formations, information on mineral and water resources for the state. Issues are available from 1893-1941