Monthly Archives: April 2015

Mounted Police

I’m always in awe of these horses and their police riders… Advertisements

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Chess in the Park

I’ve been attending Computers in Libraries conference for the past few days. My inner librarian geek has been enjoying the tons of information that’s being shared. I’ve been writing plenty of notes to share the information with my colleagues. Anyway, … Continue reading

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James Madison Building ~ Library of Congress

With National Library Week coming to a close, I’m wrapping up photos of the Library of Congress. Today’s Library building is the James Madison Building. In 1957, Librarian of Congress L. Quincy Mumford initiated studies for a third Library building. … Continue reading

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John Adams Building ~ Library of Congress

Continuing with National Library Week, today’s building is the John Adams Building. I’ve spent many, many hours here. Thanks Library of Congress! In 1928, at the urging of Librarian of Congress Herbert Putnam, Congress authorized the purchase of land directly … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Building ~ Library of Congress

In honor of National Library Week, I’m posting some of my photographs (and a brief history — compliments of Library of Congress website) of the Thomas Jefferson Building. If you’ve never been, I hope you get to visit the Library … Continue reading

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National Library Workers Day ~ April 14

I would be remiss in my librarian duties if I didn’t share that today is National Library  Workers Day.  A day for the entire world (well, U.S. citizens) to recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers. Let me … Continue reading

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A tulip doesn’t strive to impress anyone. It doesn’t struggle to be different than a rose. It doesn’t have to. It is different. And there’s room in the garden for every flower. –Marianne Williamson

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