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http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/lobozza/443.tif
Description on back of photo: "This house was purchased by The Ferguson Library in the summer of 1889 and fitted for permanent use. The library moved from here to its new building, corner of Broad and Bedford Streets, September 1911. Date of picture…

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/lobozza/426.tif
Senior Citizens come weekly to see a film and hear about books.

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Senior Citizens come weekly to see a film and hear about books. This person is looking at a Long-Playing record (LP) by Fabienne Jacquinot, a classical composer, recorded in 1954.

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/lobozza/424.tif
Senior citizen reading a book titled "Fabrics" in the Ferguson Library. "Senior Citizens" come weekly to see a film and hear about books.

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/lobozza/396.tif
A sketch of a Gothic-style house which stood where the Ferguson Library is currently located

http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/batchupload/lobozza/270.tif
This is a portrait of Andrew W. Paradise who served as the first librarian of the Ferguson Library from January 1882 to 1895. This picture was given to the library by his daughter around 1940.

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Circulation Desk. Checking out Books.

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Studying in Reference Room

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Author's Night.

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Senior Citizen's Book-film program. Mrs.Evaleen Stack reading a book. April 23, 1957 (Beaugraud)
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