Printing, Copy, and Fax
Prints & Copies:
Letter & Legal: One-Sided
B&W: $.15 Color: $.50
Letter & Legal: Two-Sided
B&W: $.25 Color: $.75
Ledger (11x17): One-Sided
B&W: $.30 Color: $1.00
Ledger (11x17): Two-Sided
B&W: $.50 Color: $1.50
$1.00 Per Sheet
Can't find a title and feel like it's a book EVERY library should have? Submit a Book Request and we'll get it on our shelves. Please include as much information as possible to ensure we receive the correct book.
Please specify format requested: Book, CD, DVD, and Large Print.
Can't find a title and feel like it's a book EVERY library should have? Submit an Overdrive Request and we'll order it for Overdrive and Libby. Please include as much information as possible to ensure we receive the correct book.
Please specify format requested: ebook or eaudiobook
If we don't have it, submit an ILL Request form. WCPL participates in the Statewide Remote Circulation Service as well as the Indiana Share program, which allow our patrons to request and borrow materials from other Indiana libraries.
No out-of-state requests please. Specify format: Music CD, Audio Books, DVDs, Books, Large Print, etc.
Board of Trustees & Director
The Board of Trustees typically meets on the third Tuesday of each month. Special meetings and public hearings may be held at other times. All regular meetings will start at 5:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month except for the January meeting which will begin at 5:45 p.m. following the Board of Finance meeting.
All meetings are announced in the local area newspaper and posted at the library (Community Board in entrance way). Except for executive sessions, all Board Meetings are open to the public. Minutes to the meetings are posted to the right.
November 29th Executive Session Board Meeting Information
The Board Meeting will be held in the Presbyterian Church Fellowship Room (123 W Hill Street).
Ware W. Wimberly III
Board of Trustees
Bill Benysh - President
Rhonda Hipskind - Vice President
Mary Jo McClelland - Treasurer
Susan L. Baker - Secretary
Jeff Knee - Member
Jim Widner - Member
Charles Miller - Member
Board Meetings and Minutes
Click the underlined links for meeting minutes
Only thirteen years after Wabash was founded, the first library was established. In 1848, a collection of 300 books were available for the community. Librarian John U. Pettit had to pay for the books that were not returned with his own money. In the decades that followed, the library moved to the county courthouse, the old Wabash High School building, and Memorial Hall. The lack of a permanent space to house the library and the growing needs of the Wabash community led the Women’s Library Association and the city school board to reach out to the Carnegie Foundation for help.
In 1901, Andrew Carnegie’s gift of $20,000 allowed for the construction of the Wabash Carnegie Public Library. The building, completed in 1903, originally housed 3000 books. Today, that number has grown to over 85,000 items. Constructed in a Neo-Classical design using Indiana limestone, it is one of the oldest Carnegie Libraries in the state. Its beautiful architecture features a stained glass dome, protected on the outside with copper, and tall pillars. In 1972, an addition expanded the building from 5,000 to 14,000 square feet. To this day, WCPL adds new technology, databases, books, music, movies, and downloadable content to continue to serve and grow with the community of Wabash. If you would like to learn more about the library’s history, click here.