copied from the Internet, source unknown I had only been a student of the first grade for a few weeks and I was very comfortably seated in the highest reading group and relishing each new story about Alice and Jerry in our readers. I was already familiar with the library as my father had introduced … Continue reading For the love of words
1985 photograph from the NRHP nomination form From its opening in 1904 to its closing in 1975, the Carnegie Library was a cultural and educational center for the small, central Texas community of Belton. However, its days of serving the community were not over when the library relocated to a new building. The Bell County … Continue reading Thursday: Then & Now
San Antonio is fortunate to have many branch libraries that serve the neighborhoods of the city. I've got a new post up on Doorway Into the Past about the first branch library built in San Antonio. Click the link to read!