The Public Library
A Photographic EssayBook - 2014
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"As the last truly democratic space in America, where there are no entry fees, judgments, or barriers, public libraries offer a tour of our society’s ill and ill. We library workers are, in practical terms, surrogates for shuttered schools, parks, hospitals, and homes." --Dorothy Lazard
"We started stocking paperbacks, which kids can check out without a library card… Now no one has to leave the bookmobile without a book. That should be a librarian’s primary job: to get books in people’s hands." –Kelvin K. Selders (NE Nevada Bookmobile)
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