The Wauseon Public Library originated in 1875, when 100 citizens organized the Citizens Library Association. Membership tickets sold for $3, and finances were supplemented with proceeds from bake sales and socials. For 29 years, the organization lacked permanent housing. The collection of 2,000 books were housed in the Disciples Church and then moved from store to store, finally ending in the board of elections room.
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