St. Louis County Library is state's busiest

March 2013
West County Journal;3/27/2012, Vol. 49 Issue 13, pB8
The article discusses the unprecedented growth of the St. Louis County Library in terms of circulation and program attendance; producing the highest statistics in 2012 that the system has ever seen, this county library continues to be the busiest library in Missouri, U.S.


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