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It’s the people’s library

June 29, 2014
By Susan Lareau - Reference/Genealogy Librarian , The Advertiser-Tribune

The Seneca Advertiser, of May 19, 1848, mentioned the fact there was not sufficient spirit and energy in the citizens to establish a public library, according to Myron B. Barnes. Boy, did they underestimate the people of Seneca county! There was a small collection of books back then, available only to a very few members who founded the library. Not everyone had books or access to them at that time. The people, however, soon would want more, and this small start would eventually become today's Tiffin-Seneca Public Library.

 
 

 

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