Search for automotive help or look up your family lineage, we have a collection of helpful databases to search for the answers you need. Some sites require a library login or can only be accessed at your local library.
Need more? Visit the Reading Public Library - District Center for additional database resources. Don't forget to ask your librarian if you need assistance accessing any of these databases.
Genealogy database offering hundreds of resources on researching one’s family history, including such items as federal census records, passenger ship manifests, and other documents. Access to this database is restricted to library use only (no remote access).
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These practice tests are good for the Pennsylvania permit test, driver’s license test, and the senior citizens’ refresher test.
The ideal investing resource for collecting financial information, getting reliable portfolio analysis, learning about investment options, and reading up on the most up-to-date financial news commentary. With comprehensive data and analysis on over 41,000 investments (stocks, funds and ETFs), patrons, students, and researchers are sure to find the information they need.
Access e-media from libraries all across Pennsylvania. Power Library offers a shared catalog of Pennsylvania library collections available at your library or online. Explore thousands of resource materials including newspapers, magazines, journals, historical documents and photos, e-books, and more.
Click here to access the Power Library's e-resource section.
Through Google’s Archives, you can view many scanned issues of the Reading Eagle from 1868 through 2008. For full access of the Reading Eagle newspaper from October 1989 to present, visit the Main Library of the Reading Public Library.
A nationwide compendium of business and residential listings, with company profile information available on most business listings.