Tyson Library serves the residents of Johnson, Brown, Shelby and Otter Creek Townships in Ripley County, Indiana.
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The library is located on the southeast corner of Tyson St. and High St. in Versailles, Indiana. Click the map below for directions.

The library is named for Versailles’s native son, businessman, and philanthropist – James Henry Tyson. Click HERE for more information on James Tyson and the history of the library.

How can I get a library card? Click on ABOUT THE LIBRARY > YOUR LIBRARY CARD tab, above.

Does the Library have computers I can use? Yes. The library has eight public access computers with internet and Microsoft Office software. The library’s computers are managed by the Cassie computer program. For instructions and our guidelines to access the library’s computers, see our policies page.

How can I access the library’s catalog of books and other materials? Tyson Library is a member of the Evergreen Indiana Consortium. You can search the library’s catalog along with the catalog of nearly 100 Indiana public libraries by using the catalog search found on our homepage.

If the library does not have what I need, can I borrow items from another library? Yes! As a member of the Evergreen Indiana Consortium, you have access to nearly 100 public libraries in Indiana. You can place a hold request on most items in the Evergreen Indiana catalog, regardless of its location.