This is a great article about dedicated female librarians in the 1930s. The story originated at HistoryDaily.org and was reposted by Janet Rudolph at Mystery Fanfare. Not only is their story so interesting, but the pictures will take you back in time!
From History Daily…
In the 1930s, many people living in isolated communities had very little access to jobs, let alone a good education for their children. In Kentucky, they had isolated mountain communities which could only get their books and reading material from one source… librarians on horseback. Keep reading here!
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Love this article and pictures! 📚❤️
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Yes, aren’t they great? Thanks for visiting my blog, Janet!
Wow! Talk about dedication. 😊
That’s for sure! Thanks for stopping by, Irene.
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