From the Archives: Happy 140th, Omaha Public Library!

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Four pupils at Windsor School, members of a committee to carry books from the school library to kindergarten and first grade classes, constructed their own bookmobile from an orange crate. They compared their's to the city's new Bookmobile when it visited their school. The children are, from left, Terry Holmes, 9; Susan Farris, 10; George Wilson, 10; and Patricia Holmes, 10. The adults are Mrs. Elizabeth Latta and John J. Weber, neighborhood service librarian and clerk. 1950. THE WORLD-HERALD

Four pupils at Windsor School, members of a committee to carry books from the school library to kindergarten and first grade classes, constructed their own bookmobile from an orange crate. They compared their’s to the city’s new Bookmobile when it visited their school. The children are, from left, Terry Holmes, 9; Susan Farris, 10; George Wilson, 10; and Patricia Holmes, 10. The adults are Mrs. Elizabeth Latta and John J. Weber, neighborhood service librarian and clerk. 1950. THE WORLD-HERALD

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Four pupils at Windsor School, members of a committee to carry books from the school library to kindergarten and first grade classes, constructed their own bookmobile from an orange crate. They compared their’s to the city’s new Bookmobile when it visited their school. The children are, from left, Terry Holmes, 9; Susan Farris, 10; George Wilson, 10; and Patricia Holmes, 10. The adults are Mrs. Elizabeth Latta and John J. Weber, neighborhood service librarian and clerk.
September 17, 1950

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