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Warrington Perambulating Library (one of the earliest recorded bookmobiles), Warrington England, 1859.

The Earliest Libraries-on-Wheels Looked Way Cooler Than Today’s Bookmobiles

The Perambulating Library (early bookmobile) of 1859 in Warrington, Cheshire

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25 Vintage Photos of Librarians Being Awesome

That& a card catalog . & librarian reaching for the top shelf of the card catalog.

Guys, this is how you start a conversation with me to get me to like you. I never notice actual flirting. The quickest way to my heart is to build a staircase of books up to the clouds to come get me.

True Story: Guys that read are attractive. Seriously, hottest thing ever in my book. So glad my husband reads!

Vintage Librarian: Augusta Baker, renowned for her contributions to children's literature. New York City Library. Circa 1937-74. Photo Credit: Educating South Carolina

yourathenaeum: “ Augusta Braxton Baker, librarian with The New York Public Library from 1937 to blowing out the story hour candle. Baker was a devoted storyteller who developed a groundbreaking.

A librarian sits at the Fiction Desk in the Plymouth Library, circa 1955.

Print made from negative of a librarian in the fiction area of the new library addition. This section was added to a frame house on Main Street, downtown Plymouth.

Archivists care for private collections. "The Ford archives holds documents, pictures, sketches, materials from ad campaigns and video on reels and Betamax video"

Ford set to digitize material from its archives for an online museum (December

1929 Library A classic bookmobile, or “book truck,” that served Davidson County, NC in the early days.  There’s a great page documenting the history of the county’s book trucks here.

Book cart/food cart/pop-up library precedents

1929 Library A classic bookmobile, or “book truck,” that served Davidson County, NC in the early days. There’s a great page documenting the history of the county’s book trucks here.

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