A special exhibit is calling the Raleigh County Public Library home for the next few months.
A traveling exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum was unveiled Wednesday night.
The exhibit is about the censorship of books that took place and the book burnings by the German students in 1933, and then the progression through the war and America's response.
Library Director Amy Lilly said she is excited about the outpouring of community support.
"Within a few days I was able to garner enough support to actually get the exhibit here to Beckley," Lilly said. "This is the first time it's been displayed in West Virginia, so it's really a great opportunity for West Virginia."
Lilly said the exhibit ties in with Mountain State University's Holocaust Day of Remembrance on April 22.
It will be on display at the library until June 10, then it moves on to North Carolina.