Inside the box, from the factory to the final destination, 144 individual pencils make 144 individual marks on the inside of the box. A beautiful and simple representation of order ... Pencil Boxes, Finals Destinations, Libraries Things, Golf Cour, Libraries Ephemera, Libraries Pencil, Dots, Call Libraries, Factories
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Music Memorabilia:Autographs and Signed Items, Elvis Presley Signed Humes High School Library Card (1948)
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"Elvis Presley’s Signed Library Check-Out Card -- A library [check-out] card bearing the signature of a 13-year-old Elvis Presley was sold at auction [along with the corresponding book] for $ 7,500, doubling estimates. The autograph is believed to be the earliest signature of the King of Rock and Roll. The auctioneers did not expect much from the library card signed to borrow a copy of 'The Courageous Heart: A Life of Andrew Jackson for Young Readers' from Humes High School in Memphis in 1948."
13 year old Elvis checking out books!
Elvis Presley’s earliest extant signature is on a library check-out card. In 1948, a 13-year-old Elvis checked out The Courageous Heart: A Life of Andrew Jackson for Young Readers from his high school library… The check-out card bearing his unwittingly important autograph was discovered during a library inventory and was auctioned off for $7,500. I can only imagine the scurry to find another one, since he surely checked out more than one book over the course of his academic tenure.
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Humor Quotes | Humor/Quotes » Loup City Public Library
a little library humor from the Peanuts gang
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Borrow books at the Library for free! Yep that's why I <3 libraries.
Returning library books
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Where do library books hide?
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Library Rules can be stupid!
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Vintage children's books. I Want to Be a Librarian, 1960.
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1960 Library book "I want to be a Librarian"; haven't read it but, it sounds good to me :D
For greater knowledge on more subjects use your library more often. CREATED/PUBLISHED Chicago : Illinois WPA Art Project, [between 1936 and 1941] SUMMARY Poster showing a mortarboard and a pair of glasses superimposed over a globe, promoting use of libraries. NOTES Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).
Use Your Library More Often!
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Book / library quote "For greater knowledge on more subjects, use your library more often!". Pop in to the Information Store and ask us to help you get started. #VintageLibraryPoster
For greater knowledge on more subjects use your library more often. WPA poster from the Library of Congress.
Library Poster. Works Progress Administration Art Project, (WPA). 1936 - 1941.
Vintage Library Sign
"For greater knowledge - on more subjects - use your library more often." - Vintage Library Poster :-)
Use Your Library Often!
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"For Greater Knowledge on More Subjects - Use Your Library Often!" Chicago : Illinois WPA Art Project, 
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2678 For greater knowledge on more subjects library vintage POSTER. Decor Art.
I would love to hang this in my future home library some day.
More vintage library posters (all found via the big Google machine)
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my life during school on a daily
Homework... WITH BOOKS, no google or wikipedia. Families were encouraged to buy encyclopedia sets for the kids homework.
Finals week at Miss Porter's
Who took this photo of me?! #love it! // #quotes #work
This is me writing my thesis. . .except there should be more books. Saddest thing is I am really serious
vassar college student
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Vintage comic about a librarian.
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1870s Spelling Reform rant from Melvil Dewey
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Melvil Dewey's Spelling Reform blurb from the 1870s. This is back when the cost-savings argument was still popular. Melvil did use his reforms in the publication of one of his books in the Dewey Decimal System.
1870s Spelling Reform rant by Melvil Dewey From the New York Public Library Art and Picture Collection
Reading Dick and Jane. Original Bil Keane Family Circus artwork 2/20/78
Reading Dick and Jane. Original Bil Keane Family Circus artwork 2/20/78. Now THIS was an interesting family. They were my favorite in the Sunday morning comics haha Is that an '80s thing?!
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Comic strip with a librarian
Peter Parker (Spider-Man) leaving The New York Public Library
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original comic art: Peter Parker (Spider-Man) using The New York Public Library
Birthday Stan, 90Th Birthday
original comic art: Priscilla’s Pop, by Al Vermeer. Sunday April 19, 1970
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found photographs - people reading
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thesis mood board
Found Photograph - People Reading
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Found Photographs - People Reading
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Everyone knows those little yellow pencils. On the golf course they’re called golf pencils. At Ikea they are Ikea pencils. At the Library they are called Library pencils. Those little yellow pencils are packed in little yellow boxes. There are 144 pencils in each box. Twelve dozen. A gross. Inside the box, from the factory to the final destination, the pencils create. The 144 individual pencils make 144 individual marks on the inside of the box. A beautiful and simple representation of order and structure.
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Everyone knows those little yellow pencils. On the golf course they’re called golf pencils. At Ikea they are Ikea pencils. At the Library they are called Library pencils. Those little yellow pencils are packed in little yellow boxes. There are 144 pencils in each box. Twelve dozen. A gross. Inside the box, from the factory to the final destination, the pencils create. The 144 individual pencils make 144 individual marks on the inside of the box. A beautiful and simple representation of order ...
Found Photographs - People Reading
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Found photograph - woman with book
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May 1955. What would this girl be reading?