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!