Friday, April 22, 2011

What is the Library History Roadshow?

The Library History Roadshow is a program designed to bring people to their local public library to share and preserve library memories.

Bringing old library photos, fliers, library cards and other library objects to the Library History Roadshow is highly encouraged. Items will be scanned and added to the library's digital archive.

If you do not have anything to bring, but do have library memories and stories to share, they can be digitally recorded and added to the archive.

At our very first Library History Roadshow on Saturday, April 16, Myrna Shuman and Brenda Staton of the Ada T. Payne Friends of the Urban Libraries brought in their library mementos, such as the ones below.

Bring your library memories to our next Library History Roadshow on Saturday, June 4th.