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Tag Archives: libraries
There are lots of reasons to love a library. Here’s a few of my favorite libraries for genealogical research: American Antiquarian Society in Worcester MA. This is the largest collection of U.S. printed material to 1876 in the United States. It has … Continue reading
Well, for the Weekly Photo Challenge 3-picture-story, these may not be the most visually exciting trio, but they do tell a story… We were having issues with patrons ducking into the bathrooms as we announced we were closed and then … Continue reading
Working in a library, I love the serendipity of finding random books/music/videos from browsing. (Well, I’m not really browsing. I’m helping with the shelving because we are down some staff members due to illness. But one has to look at … Continue reading
I’ve just finished reading Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. I vividly remember reading it in 7th grade for a school assignment and it having a profound effect on me at the time. This time, as well, I read it “by assignment” … Continue reading