Founded in 1913, the Dr. Earl Sloan Library holds the charming distinction of being a modern public library as well as a local museum. It is a one of a kind building built locally with architecture patterned after other small Carnegie Free Libraries found in Ohio. The library, with high ceilings, original fixtures, solid flooring and plaster, is a relaxing step back into the early 20th century. Relics donated by early families are displayed in corners and in cases and act as a gentle foil to our up-to-date collection and Internet station. The library has a lower level available for rentals and can accommodate up to 40 people. Genalogical requests, historical research queries, and historical lectures can be scheduled and processed as work hours allows.
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