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Congratulations to Susan Blackwell at Helen Plum Memorial Library! We loved seeing the incorporation of your community’s history into your library.

Thanks for sharing your library with us!

 

 

 

Little Orphan Annie originated in our town, Lombard IL. Helen Plum has a replica of the original home. History so close.

 

 

Helen Plum Library: A Garden of Resources

 

 

A place where the kids get involved in reading and computer look ups.

 

13 Apr 2012 | Posted by Daniela Parmley

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