History of the Worthington Library


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History of the Worthington Library is text, with genre history and leaflet. Its dimensions are 8.5 in x 11 in. It is 14 pages long.

It was created in 1931.

Worthington Libraries is the Contributor. Caroline Ward (née Pocock), 1868-1940 is the Creator.

This account of the history of the Worthington Library was written by Worthington resident Caroline Pocock Ward (b. 1868 d. 1940). She served as a member of the Worthington Library Board and worked in the printing industry in Columbus, Ohio. Included in this history are the Bylaws of the original Stanbery Library in Worthington, which were found among the papers of Worthington pioneer Ezra Griswold. Mrs. Ward traces the progression of the library in Worthington through the 19th century Worthington Literati to the village public library and the construction of the original James Kilbourne Memorial Library building which still stands on the Village green at 752 High Street.

It covers the topics libraries and library trustees.

It features the organization Worthington Libraries.

It covers the city Worthington.

You can find the original at Worthington Libraries.

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The Worthington Libraries identification code is 1270268947.

The Worthington Memory identification code is wpl0024_001.

This metadata record was human prepared by Worthington Libraries on December 12, 2002. It was last updated May 20, 2021.