Bridal Veil Reading Room
Troutdale library history records that the first box of books was sent to the Bridal Veil reading room in late October 1903. This image, from the Library Administration collection, appears to be of a reading room in 1912, where people had access to books and newspapers. It unknown where in town the the reading room was situated. In those days the library was run independently by the Library Association of Portland, but all of the independent libraries became part of the County in 1990 when ownership was officially transferred.
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