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The library would like to thank all of the generous donors who contribute materials, funds and time to the library on a constant basis. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Grants given by the Dorothy Louise Kyler Foundation and the Miami County Foundation have made improvements to the library and its collection possible in the past.


The Milton-Union Public Library first opened its doors on the second floor of the old City Building on South Miami Street (downtown) in the spring of 1937.  It opened with 1,500 books on the shelves, 800 of which had been donated by member of the community.  After moving several times, the library moved into its permanent home at 560 S.