A library association performs a governmental function by operating a town's public library; in fact, governments have operated public libraries since about 300BC, when King Ptolemy I (305-282BC) established the Great Library of Alexandria, a public library open to all with the proper qualifications.
Weber v. President, Sherman Library Association
Freedom of Information Commission
November 5, 2012
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