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Do you have the oldest library card?
Monday, November 04, 2013 5:40 PM

PAULDING – The Paulding County Carnegie Library team is searching for the “oldest” card used in the library system. Citizens are encouraged to search for the library card that might represent cards dating back to the mid and early 1900s.

“We have samples from the 1990s to today,” states Susan Pieper, library director. “But, we just know there are cards older than those tucked away someone in people’s homes, and we would really like to find them.”

If you find an old library card, bring it to the historic Carnegie library in Paulding. The staff there will scan it and enter your name into a drawing. You may have the card back unless you would like to donate it to the library.

Although drawings for prizes will be held monthly for those who are bringing in old cards, the contest will not end until the library centennial celebration concludes in 2016.

For more information, contact the library at 419-399-2032.


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