As Wood Dale library marks 50 years, bigger changes lie ahead
WOOD DALE — Half a century ago, things were simpler for Wood Dale’s library.
In 1963, during its first year as a full-fledged public library district, the Wood Dale Public Library consisted of a couple of rooms in a tiny building along Irving Park Road.
The building, constructed a few years before entirely from volunteer labor – even the $5,600 for construction supplies came from a community drive – mostly was staffed by volunteers as well.
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