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Program Announcement: Brown Bag Lunch Series: Sandusky Bookshelf - Sandusky of To-Day
The next Brown Bag Lunch will be held on Wednesday, July 20, from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in the Library Program Room. The topic will be: Sandusky Bookshelf: Sandusky of Today. Join us as we inaugurate our Sandusky Bookshelf Series. In this occasional series, we will share with you books written about Sandusky, primarily during the Nineteenth Century, to promote the growing city. Sandusky of Today was written in 1888 and touts all that the city had to offer in industry, natural resources, transportation, and more. This slender volume preserves a slice of Sandusky in the final quarter of the Nineteenth Century. This program will be presented by Maggie Marconi, Museum Administrator. Registration is requested.