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"Me travel?," posted by Phil Bradley, via Flickr. "The idea behind this poster was that the guy is going to vacation at home, rather than waste petrol on driving on holiday somewhere. Artist Dorne, Albert. United States. Office of Defense Transportation."

WOW! Mobile library service from an era not known to these days. Amazing! Perhaps we should adapt some of these concepts so the World these days is not so bursting with unhealthy use of technology!

Do you remember traveling libraries being new and sooooo cool?

Book Mobile LOVED when it came! Used to have the kids in town come to my house after it left to share the books, we got dozens more to read that way before it came back! ;)

Original pinner: "bookmobile" -- SH: Wish I could read the words a bit more clearly in this photo, but I can read that it's "Reading on the Beach" and that people are invited to take one book and that the books are free. Can't tell what the "Aldea" (or Village) is...

Book Delivery Systems
Suzi Holler
Book Delivery Systems

I have always wanted to have a book mobile....I still have enough books to do it, if I chose to....I should......

I think it would be so awesome to work a bookmobile

Book Love
S.M. Gonzalez
Book Love

The first bookmobile! A Maryland librarian recognized that libraries were responsible for making books both available and accessible. The Maryland Book Wagon served until 1910 when it was hit by a train; no one was injured. Photo taken circa 1905.