204 5th Street, S.E.
Moultrie, GA 31768
The Odom Library, founded 18 years ago, is famous for its collection concerning Scottish
Genealogy. According to Ann Glass, genealogy clerk, the Odom Library is the archival home for more than 130 Scottish clan organizations, and houses many rare books including an original edition of Scottish Peerage, as well as The Highland Papers, and several Gaelic Bibles. Genealogist Irene Godwin continues to expand the library’s already extensive collection. This year her emphasis has been on adding to the library’s collection of newspapers on microfilm with the acquisition of the early editions of papers published in Southwest Georgia.
Library employees who staff the Odom Library will assist patrons in locating the information they need. Remote user research and reference questions must be in writing. They do accept postal and email requests for information. Questions should be direct and include as much specific information as possible. They are glad to do lookups but cannot do in-depth lineage research. All queries are given the same consideration and will be answered in as timely a manner as possible. In-house library patrons always receive first consideration. Free admission, but donations are accepted.
Mail: PO Box 2828, Moultrie GA 31776-2828
Call us: 229-985-6540
Fax us: 229-985-0936