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Circulation services for guest patrons

The Curtis Laws Wilson Library offers guest patron accounts to Missouri residents who wish to use the library's collection.

To obtain a guest patron account the library requires a current Missouri driver’s license or Missouri State photo ID and proof of address.  Proof of address is an official piece of mail postmarked within the last 3 months or a blank check.

Patrons with a current Military ID do not have to provide proof of Missouri residency.

Guest patron accounts are valid for two years, and are currently issued at no cost.  Patrons under 16 must have their parent or legal guardian sign the application form.

To be eligible for a guest patron renewal, accounts must have no outstanding fines or fees.

To renew your patron account, please bring a current Missouri Driver's license or State photo ID and proof of address. Proof of address is an official piece of mail postmarked within the last 3 months or a blank check. Guest patron accounts will be renewed for a 2 year time period.

General collection books may be checked out for one month. Certain restrictions apply for using the library. The library does provide some computers for public use so that library guests may do research.

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