July 2, 2014 12:00 pm
Our speaker will be librarian Mary Mihovich from Loutit District Library. Letters to the editor. A special election. Squabbling over the library location. It’s Grand Haven, 1905. Find out why it took a decade to bring a Carnegie library to the city. Remember Webster Batcheller? The lumberman left $10,000 for a library and Grand Haven let it slip away. Learn all about the stories behind the public library. Mary’s love of history and skillful detective work have uncovered some scintillating back stories that are certain to delight.
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