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58 minutes. Outreach Librarian Mr. Miller Mitchell McKee discusses the creation of the Bookmobile and how it has changed.

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60 minutes. Ms. Mary Nash Cox discusses the early days of the Paul Sawyier Library when it was located in the Women's Club. She recalls writing in the library as a child and the impact that experience had on her career in the arts. She speaks of the need for librarians in spite of changes...

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33 minutes. Mr. Bill Humble Coffey discusses Paul Sawyier's artwork and the naming of Paul Sawyier Public Library. He describes how networking with community leaders helped the library grow and secure funds. He details the mission of the library and its work in the community.

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56 minutes. Mr. Mark Richard Overstreet describes the working conditions in the Post Office Library. He discusses community and staff leaders and the planning of the new library. He mentions his expectations for the future of libraries and the impact of technology on libraries.

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20 minutes. Mr. Wright recalls his early memories of the Bookmobile that visited his home every other Friday.

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30 minutes. Attorney Mr. Robert W. Kellerman describes visiting Paul Sawyier Public Library when it was located in a federal building. He discusses why he became a board member and describes the planning process for the new addition to the library.

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18 minutes. Mrs. Mary Charlton Hundley Hulette recalls growing up in rented quarters attached to the Lindsey home around 1926. She describes the four Lindsey sisters: Lillian Lindsey, Cordelia Lindsey, Genevive Lindsey, and Maria Lindsey. She recalls Paul Sawyier Public Library when it was...

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40 minutes. Mrs. Celeste Curlin Moore discusses her early career as a teacher and librarian. She details her time as a board member for twenty-four years. She reflects on the building of the new Paul Sawyier Public Library and her memories of the library in the Women's Club.

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55 minutes. Mrs. Patty Kay Shannon Crittenden describes growing up in Franklin County, Kentucky. She details her experiences with the Bookmobile and the library in the Women's Club Building. She discusses the library's successful collaboration with other agencies in reaching out to...

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51 minutes. Retired teacher Mrs. Shirely Ann Snider Noel discusses the Paul Sawyier Public Library's work with school teachers, the early Bookmobile, and the need for improvements to library facilities over time. She details the debate over taxing citizens to support the library. She opines...

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