Category Archives: librarians

  1. Abhorring Information Banning

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    April 24, 2017 by libroshombre

      A recent round of reading has left me ready to revive the seventeenth-century British political party known as “the …
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  2. T, Temple, and Lady Betty

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    April 24, 2017 by libroshombre

      It might have been learning about Richard “Waterfront” Brown during Osher Lifelong Learning’s Fairbanks history class that got me …
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  3. Bad Apples, Tall Tales, and Internment Camps

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    October 12, 2016 by libroshombre

      The autumn apple harvest is upon us, so it’s worth remembering that every barrel’s bound to have some bad …
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  4. Stereotypical Tabloids and Librarians

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    July 8, 2016 by libroshombre

      Most librarians, at some point in their professional lives, have agreed with Jordan’s Queen Rania when she said, “There …
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  5. Prisons, Libraries, and Coaches Eating Bugs

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    March 17, 2016 by libroshombre

      Several interesting points emerged during my time in the Arizona Territorial Prison, once known for being either a “hell …
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  6. Commonplace Books, Hoosiers, and 11,000 Public Librarians

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    March 20, 2014 by libroshombre

    A recent trip to Indianapolis to attend the Public Library Association conference led to copious entries in the small, plain …
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