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Found in our storage!

Found in our storage!

Who was Emma S. Clark???  Answer right on our website: http://www.emmaclark.org/Emma-S-Clark/

The George Washington Digital Encyclopedia is the place to learn more about George Washington and the wide range of subjects related to his world and the colonial era.

Thomas Hodgkins, library founder. His portrait can be found hanging in the Periodical Reading Room. And the Smithsonian!  More info: emmaclark.org/library-history

Thomas Hodgkins, library founder. His portrait can be found hanging in the Periodical Reading Room. And the Smithsonian! More info: emmaclark.org/library-history

Library sweatshirt from 1992. This is so early 90s! 🤣

Library sweatshirt from This is so early 🤣

Storytime, 1956

Storytime, 1956

Remember these cards???

Remember these cards?

Today we have approximately 250,000 items (including books, magazines, CDs, & DVDs...and many services that can be accessed from home!).

Today we have approximately items (including books, magazines, CDs, & DVDs.and many services that can be accessed from home!

First Librarian at Emma S. Clark Memorial Library.  More info on Anna Morand here: http://www.emmaclark.org/Anna-Morand/

First Librarian at Emma S. Clark Memorial Library. More info on Anna Morand here: http://www.emmaclark.org/Anna-Morand/

July 26, 1946 President's Report - "The library never had had toilet facilities."

July 1946 President's Report - "The library never had had toilet facilities.

Library hours when we first opened in 1892.

Library hours when we first opened in

Thomas Hodgkins, founder of Emma S. Clark Memorial Library

Thomas Hodgkins, founder of Emma S.

Emma Clark Library history.

Emma Clark Library history.

Awesome quote written for the dedication of the library in 1892.

Awesome quote written for the dedication of the library in

In 1896, $60 was allotted for the purchase of new books. 💵📚

In 1896, $60 was allotted for the purchase of new books. 💵📚

Two views of Emma Clark Library, circa 1940

Two views of Emma Clark Library, circa 1940

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