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No Card Catalog Needed May 14, 2015

Filed under: 1920s,History,Nostalgia,Photography,Pics,Vintage — kerbey @ 3:46 pm
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The Free Library bookmobile stops at the Sayre commissary station in the 1920s

The Free Library bookmobile stops at the Sayre commissary station in the 1920s.

the other side of the commissary

the other side of the commissary

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8 Responses to “No Card Catalog Needed”

  1. FlyTrapMan Says:

    The guy in the white collared shirt must be the library’s doorman. After all — nothing is free — not even books. Someone must enforce the book return policy. I bet it was him.

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  2. Paul Says:

    Sad in a way, so many people standing around looking for meaning, and work. And yet the interest of the little girl in the top lower right breaks through the cloud and provides a ray of light.

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  3. markbialczak Says:

    The original bookmobile. This is a classic, Kerbey. The bottom photo, though, I can’t figure out what they’re angling for, unfortunately.

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  4. Benson Says:

    The use of free books for the people is one of the many things that differentiated the USA of the other countries in the world, and yet a few of our European pals thought we were uncultured. Go figure.

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