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There’s No Place Like (the) Home (Library)

Back in my hometown of Natick, MA and checking out the new (well new to me) Morse Institute Library, which is grafted onto the original one –  – very cool that they’ve left all the old building – the brick and … Continue reading

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The Stupendous Salt Lake City Library

When I was in Salt Lake City last week (I was training people on Friends groups for the Utah State Library), I stopped by to see Beth Elder, the SLC Public Library director as she’s a member of BCR’s Public Libraries Advisory … Continue reading

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Orem (UT) Public Library

While I was in Utah this week, Louise Wallace (aren’t those stained glass windows gorgeous!) from the Orem Public Library gave me a tour of their facility.  It’s a lovely building – 62,000 square feet in two wings with three stories.  … Continue reading

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