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Chicago Defender newspaper article

While today’s library and the library of 1913 are very different, having good manners never changes.

"Library Etiquette In Kansas," The Chicago Defender (Big Weekend Edition) (1905-1966); Jun 21, 1913; ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Chicago Defender, pg. 3

30 Jun 2015

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