Eudora Public Library

14 East Ninth Street
Eudora, KS 66025

Volunteers staffed the school library during the summer months during the 1920s to early 1940s to lend books to Eudora residents. In 1945, women volunteers opened a library that closed in 1950 because of insufficient space for books.Next, the local Parent Teacher Association acquired books from the Topeka State Library for school-aged children from 1950 to 1965.Starting in June 1967, Antonette Brecheisen, Susan Hamilton, Karen McKean, Alice Richardson, and Minnie Edelbrock volunteered as librarians in a library housed in a mobile unit on the school grounds. Youth groups and other volunteers held fundraisers to support the library.The mission of the Eudora Public Library, a tax-supported community resource, is to provide informational, educational, and recreational services, materials, and programs to patrons of all ages.
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