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I Remember Trenton – Library Passion For Former Resident

by Rex Burress
THS Class of 1952
The value of our Nation’s libraries is generally accepted, for therein lies most of the information that mankind has collected. This was especially true before our “Google computer libraries,” but still a book is a precious thing that leads to halls of understanding. Check out Abraham Lincoln and John Muir’s boyhood passion for books.

As a farmboy in Grundy County who traveled to Trenton

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