sounds fun to me. I'll show up here at 6. ok?

On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 9:12 AM, Penny Hummel <hummelp@ci.canby.or.us> wrote:

If you’re interested in the early history of Oregon libraries, consider joining us on Monday, March 26th at 7 pm at McMenamin’s Kennedy School in Portland to learn more about Mary Frances Isom, the amazing woman who led what is now the Multnomah County Library from 1901 – 1920.  In my opinion, she is the greatest Oregon librarian of all time

 

This free History Pub event, which will also feature a talk about Portland parks pioneer Dorothea Lensch,  is sponsored by the Oregon Historical Society.  

 

 

Penny Hummel

Director

Canby Public Library

292 N. Holly Street

P.O. Box 930

Canby OR  97013

503.266.4021 X 230 (phone)

503.266.1709 (fax)

hummelp@ci.canby.or.us

 

Visit us online at www.lincc.org

 





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