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Ditto Copy Service

Did you know that the Milwaukee Public Library has a copy service? It's called Ditto and it is based out of the Central Library.


This service can be contacted by phone, mail, or by email to make requests of items to be copied for a small fee. Those items are then mailed, faxed, or made available for pick up at the Central Library.

Ditto is often used by people in search of specific patents, government information, obituaries and much more. This service can also be used in tandem with the reference services of the librarians at MPL. While Ditto will not do research to locate specifics of information, the librarians will be happy to aid you in your search to locate those specifics so that Ditto can make the information available to you.


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Bill Bartmann:

Cool site, love the info.

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