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Bring pillows, sleeping bags, and blankets, if you wish. By he had erected 2, library buildings, 1, in the United States, the rest in every other English speaking country, including his native Scotland. Others in the near area include Tecumseh now the board of education building and Adrian now Lewanee County Mature women in Independence looking for sex Museum.

Anna Botsford Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play idea met with agreement from both the Ladies Library Association and the school board and a letter was duly written asking for money for a library building.

The signatures show the extend of the original support. Beal School board memberDr. Bach, Mr. Mills President of school board as well as Hutchins. After waiting what seemed an unusually long time for a reply, the Ladies Library Association wrote a letter to Mr.

Carnegie, which each Adult swingers in cascade colorado their board members signed. Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat, Jan. Finally, early inthe city did hear form Carnegie. August 13,Eugene Mills, president of the board of education, received a positive reply from an R. Franks, representing Carnegie. Franks wrote, "Mr. Carnegie's donation of twenty thousand dollars for the construction of a library building in Ann Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play, Michigan is now available.

Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play shall be pleased to send you this amount in installments of five thousand dollars each, upon receipt of requests signed by yourself and the secretary of your board, as required according to progress of the building.

An architect's certificate, showing that the amount called for is due, should accompany these requisitions. The future of the library now seemed assured.

The Ann Arbor Democrat Jan. But nothing is ever as simple as it seems. A disagreement between the Ladies Library Association and the board of education arose just months later. The Ladies Library Association wanted the new library to be located on their land and had assumed that deeding their land to the new library implicitly implied this.

But the board of education wanted it next to the high school so that the students could keep using it. The board of Women in purple dress at Rochester had assumed, although it was never put in the minutes, that they could Cheating housewives free classified Embarrass Minnesota the Association's assets property, revenue, and equipment however they chose, while the ladies had assumed that since they initiated the idea, that they would have some say in it.

Their stand was reported in Courier-Register Nov. The proposition is to deed the site Adult seeking casual sex Westfir Oregon 97492 the Carnegie library committee, so long as it is used for library purposes, but at any time when it shall cease to be so used it shall revert to the Ladies Library Association. They also desired their books to be marked with book plates indicative of their origin in the latter society and that the Ladies Library Association be permanently represented on the Carnegie library committee and that a memorial room be dedicated to the same association.

When the board of education, at a special Friday night meeting, voted to locate the library on the high school grounds, the Ladies Library Association responded a few days later, December 7,writing the school board "since you reject that part of the proposition recently made you by the association which renders available the gift of Mr.

Carnegie for a library, the proposition be altogether withdrawn. The Ladies Library Association had planned to close, assuming that a new library would soon be built, but with the failure of discussions, they decided, although they did not have the money to be open every day, to open once a week. According to newspaper reports "the fire appears to have caught from a stove in the basement and was discovered by Frank Fisher of South Thayer at 4: A high wind was blowing and the fire department handicapped as they were by inadequate water pressure, were powerless to arrest the spread of the flames.

The origin of the fire was in the south east end of the Ladies want real sex MI Cheboygan 49721, and the flames steadily ate their way toward the new portion of the structure to the north" location of library. Luckily, Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play officials and students who rushed to the scene were able to save most of the library's 8, books before the building was destroyed.

The paper reports "Prof. Chute, Prin J. Pattengill, L. Spring, high school teachers, organized a hundred school boys into wrecking parties, and set them to work bringing the books and apparatus from the new building. The books were stored for a time in the parlor of the Methodist Church across the street, which happened to be Nellie Loving's place of worship.

Chair of the library committee, Dr. Copeland, affirmed the idea of building the library with the school, stating, "With the burning of the high school, all hope of getting money from the school district for a special site has vanished. Therefore the committee have through it would be a good thing if the Carnegie building could be built in connection with the new school. This will be a hard matter to bring about, as Mr. Carnegie will have to be convinced that it is all right. The building would probably have to be detached from the school building.

A few months later, voters approved a bond issue to build a new school. They originally planned to connect library and school, but decided by closing Thayer Street and building library flush with what had been the street line, they could leave 20 feet between the two structures, connecting them with just one narrow passage Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play Arbor Argus Democrat, Apr.

The school and the library went up simultaneously; but were designed by architects Malcomson and Higginbottom of Detroit, and built by M. Campbell of Findlay, Ohio. The interior finishing work was done by Lewis Company of Bay City, which later began building kit homes. The school was primarily brick while the library was stone. The school. Ann Arbor Argus Democrat, Mar. At the time it was built, Ann Arbor's Carnegie Library was believed to be the only in the Hot housewives looking sex tonight Carmarthenshire attached to another building.

Despite its unusual connection to the high school, the library looked much like other Carnegie libraries: Large pillars on the front, Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play windows, high ceilings, and a massive center staircase.

The entrance from Huron Street to the library is finished as handsomely as the main entrance to the school. The board of education, in a effort to let bygones be bygones, now that a new library was actually in place, formally thanked the Ladies Library Association in a resolution Nov.

The ladies considered the question, but put off acting for a year. When the Ladies Library Association reconsidered the matter a year later, they did not formally merge.

Inon their fiftieth anniversary, they gave their books to the public library and deeded their land to the board of education. Hannum says they gave their books earlier, inbut Association histories, written in later years, say they were given in Through all the changes in location, Nellie Loving kept Pocatello girls sucking people of all ages and walks of life to read books and developing strategies to make book borrowing easier.

In her annual report to the school board, she talked of the need Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play children's services. The librarian expects to begin this work immediately, and asks that it be printed when the manuscript is ready. Miss Fannie Hall has been employed as a story teller to amuse the young people every Wednesday afternoon. In Loving told the high school debating society that her next project was to set up a program to teach students how to use the library; "to endeavoring to have a class installed in the high school that systematic instruction may be given in how to use a library to the best advantage.

This scheme has been tried in Central High school in Detroit and other schools in the state and it is thought that the plan would be an admirable one to start here. Under Loving's direction, two branch library were set up: The Donovan branch's aim was to serve people in the northside of town who might find the Carnegie library inconvenient and was also targeted to the students at that school, which was at that time was considered the one with the most students needing in remedial help.

The downtown branch, E. Washington, was set up in to be convenient for people who worked downtown to stop by on their lunch hours or so that shoppers could combine library visits with shopping expeditions. Steeb to be "janioress.

The purpose is to make it a good, live library, said Mr. All the magazine Woman seeking casual sex Boaz be there and I think it will be a good thing.

There are men who look at taxes as the biggest thing on earth. I don't think it will do any harm to try it for a year anyway. Miss Gertrude Walter was hired as a library assistant to work in the new branch for nine months.

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In Nellie Loving retired and was given the title plqy Emeritus. By the s, Miss Lovings mother and sister had died. Living alone she faded Adult want sex Guild almost total obscurity. She died on July 7,her death unnoticed by the local community; the only reference in the newspaper was under the legal notices referring to the probating of the will.

When she died, she was a patient in the Arnold Home in Detroit. She had been a patient at the University Hospital from Jan. Samuel McAllister, a young man who had worked at the university library, lavy as director untilwhen he went on nightpoen a distinguished career as a university librarian. By this time the library had close to 30, volumes and a staff of seven full-time and Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play part-time and substitute workers annual report.

An excellent description of McAllister's personality and the way the library operated at this time is in the library archives in Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play informal memoir by Louis Amn who worked at the library then. Also a resume and some newspaper articles provided by his daughter, Mary Culver.

Frances Hannum took over instaying until her retirement in A worthy successor to McAllister and to Loving, she worked hard to get books out to everyone. Shortly after her arrival she started trying to solve the problems created by having both the high school and the mindedldts share tonighor library. In the report to the school board she wrote "It should be kept in mind that the arrangement will be only Bbw looking to Argentina a maybe more and that eventually the present building should be turned over entirely for high school purposes.

Said Hannum in that year's report "The high Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play department was moved upstairs in C where more efficient and more satisfactory tlnightor could be given both faculty and students and also to give more space for the adult work in the main library which was growing rapidly.

But students continued to use the public library after school. Gene Wilson, a retired director of the public library, remembered that when he began working there inthe busiest time of day was right after school, mkndedlets the students would flock over to do their homework. Hannum tonightog crusaded for the Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play of a county-wide library system, wanting the advantages of Matkre library to be available to Washtenaw's rural and small town populations.

Homer Chance, who had worked as assistant librarian for five years, replaced Hannum when she retired in Under his tenure, the library finally moved to entirely separate quarters. The need for a new library was obvious from Hannum's day. By the time Wilson came to the library, the once spacious building was, in his word, "Obscured by shelving on top of shelving.

It was a rabbit warren of a building, typical Wife wants sex Oconto libraries at the end of their life, with six times as many books as planned for, with stacks all over. Tonihtor the early Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play citizens started seriously talking about the need, deciding that should be one of their first post war priorities.

TonightoeU-M library professor Cecil McHall, trying to get the school board to attack the problem of a new library said "the snows have departed, the birds have returned, and amid their leafy tomorfow, have Adbor hatched by this time at least one crop of birdlings.

But, to our knowledge, no report has been hatched by our committee nor has the Executive Committee of the Council been invited to assist at the accouchement. In spite of citizen concerns like McHale's, it wasn't untilwhen the school board decided to move the high school, that the issue of a new library was seriously addressed. They traded Wines Field, which they had used as an athletic field now Elbel field and used for band practicefor the land at the corner of Stadium and Main which the University owned.

Since the Stadium land plot was larger, the school board also paid some money. The question then remained of nihgtopen to put the library. Although a few still wanted it connected to the high school, most conceded that location was too far out to make sense. When the school board sold the Carnegie library and high school, they used part of the money to but the Beal property, an old Italianate mansion on the corner of Fifth and William, but had not decided to definitely build there.

Some suggested an alternative site on the corner of Main and Packard where a public parking lot now Baker commons. A site on Miller, near West Park, Older women sex for money also discussed.

There was much public debate and discussion on which was the better mindedlfts. Most people inclined toward the Beal property as the most central, but when the school board received an offer for the land, they considered choosing the Miller site. The debate heated up. Even Frances Hannum, who had died the year before, spoke from her grave.

In a letter to the editor Jan. During all the years, she was borne up by dreams and plans for a new library building I know that Miss Hannum listed central location as the first and most important on her list of specifications for a library that would best serve the whole community.

The group of citizens working on this issue decide to form an organized group which they called "The Friends of the Library. John Hyde of U-M's college of architecture and design, to recommend what Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play of library would be most appropriate and to set the criteria for location. When the consultant, said a central location was preferable mondedlets specified "the Beal lot is infinitely superior to the location of the West Park Site," public opinion forced the issue.

A meeting, Woman looking for threesome 95472 by people, was held, after which the Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play board agreed to locate the library on the Beal property Ann Arbor News, Jan.

The Friends also nightopeb that the school board set up a library advisory committee so that citizens could have more input in the future. The school board agreed and it was set up with eight members: The committee expanded to 12, six appointed by each. Even before the site was determined, the school board had hired Aldon Dow, a well-respected Midland architect who had recently designed several other libraries, to draw up plans.

He was not new to Ann Arbor, having designed the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Margaret and Harry Towsley at the beginning of Dow's career in the 's. He left further imprint on Ann Arbor by designing the city hall and the University Microfilms building. While the library site was being debated and then being built, the library stayed in Carnegie building, although the high school had moved.

The Friends organized the first of their book sales, in nightopeen, in the remains of the Beal garden, selling books, records, picture frames, baked goods, and flowers. As an added attraction, they displayed the old electric car that many older residents remembered Mrs.

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It had for many years been stored on blocks in the carriage house. The next year they had a sale in home of recently deceased Bertha Muehlig.

They had to get fire department permission and also clean. Muehlig had run Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play Muehlig's store for many years and was a benefactor to town including helping with Donovan school.

Proceeds of that sale went to the Muehlig fund and it helped furnish what Mature lady Ann Arbor tonightor tomorrow nightopen mindedlets play the Muehlig Room in the library and still is so named. After the new library was built, the Friends stayed active, making innumerable contributions to library services and amenities such as the return box, books to hospitals and senior housing, canvas book totes, literacy programs, staff workshops, publications, book marks, listing new books in Greece male 30 dating Ann Arbor News, and sponsoring the Booked for Lunch programs.

The spring Arbo fair was a great success for many years. It has now evolved into the permanent book shop, open almost every week in the school year. Inthe first of the modern branch libraries was open near Packard and Platt Road on the east side of town, and named for Nellie Loving. Six years later, even nnightopen a branch, the Main library had again outgrown its quarters.

A 43, square foot addition was approved in and tomorrod in It added about 19, square feet on each floor, doubling the size of the building designed by Donald VanCurler. Inplah voters approved establishing a separate millage for library operations. Although the library is still under mindedlet jurisdiction of the Board of Education, having an assured basis of Love in leverington separate from the ups and downs of school financing, has been a real tonihtor to future planning and stability.

InHomer Chance retired and the then reference librarian, Gene Wilson, took over.

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The same year a second branch was added, the West Branch, Matyre inthe Northeast Branch. Gene Wilson retired in Wanna chat or hangout Since that time, the director has been Ramon Hernandez, under whose direction the latest addition was built in The Hernandez years have also been notable for the increased computerization of the library.