Reading-Room of the Boston Public Library, an engraving drawn by J. J. Harley and printed January 1871 in Every Saturday, a weekly newspaper published in Boston by James Osgood & Company. This depicts the library's first Boylston Street building, which was designed by architect Charles Kirk Kirby (1826-1910). Used between 1858 and 1895, it was replaced by the present building on Copley Square.
Daily Thoughts 05/01/2013
This morning, I checked the Twitter and Facebook for the library. I also checked the displays. This month is National Inventors month.
I read some more of Vote Yes for Libraries. I am reading about fundraising and making contact with local voters face to face.
I have two issues of Publishers Weekly to read today.
94% of Parents Think Libraries Are Important for Their Children