NOTE: As you register to use the following online services here are some hints for how to set up your account:
Library Name: York Public – Kilgore Memorial
Library Card: use the 14-digit number on the back of your library card.
PIN/Password: by default, this will be the ten digits of the telephone number recorded on your library account. Enter only the numbers, no dashes or spaces. If you have changed your password on your library account, use what you have entered.
Need Assistance? Come in or call the library. We will be happy to help you.
Download to Read or Listen
Kilgore Memorial Library is a member of the Nebraska OverDrive Libraries Consortia. By pooling our funds with other libraries we are able to offer larger collections to our patrons. Titles in this collection are located at the consortia website or by searching our online card catalog. In the library catalog, the search results will indicate the items in this collection are available online.
Borrow ebooks, magazines and audiobooks to read on your phone or mobile device using the Libby app by OverDrive. It’s free and easy to get started for new users and a streamlined experience for current OverDrive app users. Learn more.
Getting Started & FAQs for Libby
SEE NOTICE BELOW for changes coming to users of this service.
If you are reading ebooks and magazines or listening to audiobooks on an older device or a Fire tablet, or require the use of a screen reader, use the classic OverDrive app to enjoy this digital collection. If using a computer, you may also choose to discover titles using our library catalog or our digital collection website.
Getting Started & FAQs for OverDrive
NOTICE: Beginning September 1, 2020, the OverDrive app and OverDrive websites will display a message about upcoming changes to support for older devices not capable of using current security protocols.
Want to know if your device will be supported after October 30, 2020? Use this OverDrive Help link, then click on the Devices tab and choose the type of device you have to see which versions are supported by OverDrive.
Reference & Research Tools
NebraskAccess offers free 24/7 access to websites selected by librarians, full text government publications and Nebraska historical resources. NebraskAccess also provides Nebraska residents with premium databases containing thousands of full text popular magazine and journal articles; primary source documents; genealogical, health, legal, small business, and science resources; reading recommendations; and research resources for K-12 students. These resources are available to Nebraska residents at no cost. The Nebraska Library Commission purchases subscriptions for Nebraskans with funding from the State of Nebraska and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. Users will find links to extensive help tips for using NebraskAccess including help with login options and tips for using each of the 18 subscription databases included.
Nebraska Memories, a cooperative project to digitize Nebraska-related historical and cultural heritage materials and make them freely available to researchers of all ages via the Internet, is brought to you by the Nebraska Library Commission. Nebraska Memories houses digital collections created by Nebraska libraries, either alone or in partnership with other Nebraska cultural heritage institutions such as museums and historical societies.
The database currently contains approximately 5,500+ digitized items and continues to grow each month. Thirty-four Nebraska institutions are currently participating in the project. The content helps to document the rich history of Nebraska and its residents. At this time searchers can find material from the 1890s to the 1970s in Nebraska Memories.
The digital collection of items in the Nebraska Memories database contains photographs, documents, artifacts, papers, manuscripts, maps and audio files. Genealogical resources are not included.