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Welcome to the West Lafayette Public Library Board meeting minutes archive website. As part of an archival seminar at Purdue University, this website was created to reflect the collecting and transcribing of the West Lafayette Public Library Board meeting minutes starting with the founding of the public library in 1921.
Use the navigation bar above to browse the transcriptions and see some photographs of some of the source material for the Board meeting minutes. Also available are a list of library board members in chronological order as well as a list of committess established as part of the library board throughout its history.
Please direct any questions or comments about the board meeting minutes archive to the current board meeting minutes archive curator- information can be found on the contact page of this website.
The West Lafayette Public Library was founded in 1921 by the League of Women Voters. As stated in the founding document, a copy of which exists in the board meeting minutes books, the library was created based on an interest of a large number of citizens in West Lafayette.
For over 80 years the library has continued to serve the needs of West Lafayette community members, Purdue students, and others.
Currently, the library is located on the corner of Chauncey and Columbia Street in Chauncey Village in downtown West Lafayette. The library building project includes a new parking garage to make parking and access easy for library patrons.
For more information on the public library, its operating hours and collections, please visit the library website.