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Mary Titcomb, librarian of the Washington County Free Library, Maryland, is generally credited with launching the first bookmobile.  Titcomb proposed, “A wagon filled with books going over the mountain roads, stopping at each house.”

The First Bookmobiles

Mary Titcomb, librarian of the Washington County Free Library, Maryland, is generally credited with launching the first bookmobile. Titcomb proposed, “A wagon filled with books going over the mountain roads, stopping at each house.”

Bookmobile: “Rockingham Co Mrs Garrett Smith Sadler, N.C.” (Public Library History Files, State Library of NC)North Carolina in the 1930s - Days Gone By

Bookmobile: “Rockingham Co Mrs Garrett Smith Sadler, N.C.” (Public Library History Files, State Library of NC)North Carolina in the 1930s - Days Gone By

neverstopreading:    To put a smile on your day: Bookmobile, 15 miles south of Houma, Louisiana.  via Journées internationales du livre voyageur

neverstopreading: To put a smile on your day: Bookmobile, 15 miles south of Houma, Louisiana. via Journées internationales du livre voyageur

The Perambulating Library of 1859 in Warrington, England, this was so old, I just had to add it...Can you imagine how important books were in the old old days..This wagon would have been a real treat....I can just imagine waiting on it to come.....

The Perambulating Library of 1859 in Warrington, England, this was so old, I just had to add it...Can you imagine how important books were in the old old days..This wagon would have been a real treat....I can just imagine waiting on it to come.....

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