The Grace Keiser Maring Library, now known as the Maring-Hunt Library, is an historic library located in Muncie, Indiana. It was built in 1930 in the Georgian Revival style. It was the first branch of the Muncie Library system, the Carnegie Library being the very first library in the city. The library is named after Grace Keiser Maring, the wife of wealthy businessman Joel Maring. It was listed to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
The Grace Keiser Library was completed in 1930 and contains most of the original woodwork as well as the circulation desk. It has remained essentially unchanged. It was built on what was then the south side of the city, on Heekin Park. Residents had had been calling for a library there beginning in 1923 but it was not until the Grace's death, at the age of 61, that plans for a new library got underway. Her will stated that money be donated for the construction of a branch library. The building served as an important educational center for decades until it closed in 1999, when the small size of the building proved to be insufficient and high maintenance too costly. The library turned the building over to the city and appears to have been vacant since then. In 2006, the exterior of the building was restored. It is unclear whether efforts are underway or in planning to renovate/reuse the building.