The story behind the mysterious crests on old San Francisco homes | SFGate Library in Tiny Alaskan Village Tackles Housing Shortage | Programming Librarian At the edge of Santa Barbara County, Cuyama is Central California’s cowboy valley of enchantment | SFGate Have a good week!
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Happy Birthday to the Peterborough Town Library! The first library to be financially supported by the public.
– Adrienne Breznau, Colorado Department of Corrections librarian, from Library Journal‘s Prison and Public Libraries
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Check out my latest post over at Public Libraries Online! This week I discuss nontraditional classification systems in public libraries, like color-coordination and the book store-subject model.