The City of St. Louis is proud to provide library services to the community.Library service has been a tradition in St. Louis since 1873.The city officials saw the importance of a library to the community and took over the responsibility of providing library services in 1938.
The T.A. Cutler Memorial Library has been serving the City of St. Louis and surrounding areas from its current location at 312 Michigan Avenue since 1997. Our beautiful library boasts a lovely garden and gazebo replicating the well house at the famed “Magnetic Mineral Springs”.
The library is home to a collection of books and media numbering well over 30,000 items and has access to many other libraries throughout the state via interlibrary loan.We offer ten public computers with high speed internet access for the convenience of our patrons.Special programs and regular story times are presented throughout the year for the enjoyment and enrichment of area residents.
Library Hours are Monday through Friday and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Closed Sundays.
Access the library collections, both physical and electronic, through our website.
Through this site registered users can check the status of their account, place holds, renew items, and access the library catalogs for our on-site and digital collections including eMagazines, eAudiobooks, and eBooks.
If you are having problems logging in or need assistance with the website, please call us at (989-681-5141).
Local author and historian David McMacken arranged for the donation of three paintings to the library in 2008. The wonderful paintings depict the area in and around the Magnetic Mineral Springs and the Park Hotel and are originals from the early 1900’s. The paintings are now on display at the library and are a great addition to the St. Louis community.
In January 2008 the library interior was renovated to accommodate growth of the collections and an increasing need for computer and study space. The project was completed in February at a cost of approximately $70,000. The money used to complete the project was raised mainly through the generous donations of library supporters. Additional improvements were made in 2009 using a $10,000 grant from the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation.