Anti-Saloon League Museum

Anti-Saloon League

Anti-Saloon League

The Westerville Board of Trade gave the Anti-Saloon League of America a parcel of land and an 1850s building to entice them to bring their printing headquarters.

In 1909, the community of 2,000 suddenly gained fame as the “Dry Capitol of the World”, because of the volume of printed material shipped through its post office.

Today part of the Westerville Public Library, the Anti-Saloon League Museum shares the “dry” history of Westerville and spotlights examples of the league’s printed material.