Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville Republican
There were 106,914 books loaned
by the Carnegie Public Library here the past year, it is revealed in
the annual report of the librarian, Miss Bertha Bowlby,
announced today. The library is probably the only concern
that has noted a steadily[sic] increase in business during the
depression, it is pointed out.
Thursday, October 6, 1932
NEW VOLUMES ARE ADDED
Five hundred and thrity-three books have been added to the local
library which contains 19,880 volumes. During the past twelve
months there were 49,790 persons reading boks from the library, Miss
Bowlby's report showed.
amount of fines collected totalled $263.55 for the one-year period
and $387.65 were realized from the rental fiction.
by Phyllis Miller Fleming
Henry Bowlsby[sic] and family have gone to Chicago and the
September 4, 1893
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
C. Bowlby for all sizes of drain tiles from 8 inch to 8
inch tile, one mile east of Shelbyville on Michigan road. I am
also prepared to furnish hard wood frame lumber on short
City and County.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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