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18970812Thursday, August 12th,18971033210332View PageA child-world.A child-world.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.02020
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076827682View PageSketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.03535
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076837683View PagePipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.03838
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076847684View PageNeighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.05050
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076857685View PageRhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.06767
18911230Wednesday, December 30th,1891076867686View PageOld-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.02929
19000512Saturday, May 12th,19001176211762View PageRiley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.0066
18960506Wednesday, May 6th,1896098469846View PageAfterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.04242
19000512Saturday, May 12th,19001177411774View PagePipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.0077
19000512Saturday, May 12th,19001178611786View PageGreen fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.01010
19000512Saturday, May 12th,19001178711787View PageThe flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.0077
19000512Saturday, May 12th,19001178811788View PageArmazindy.Armazindy.Riley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.0055
19010112Saturday, January 12th,19011264212642View PageHome-folksHome-folksRiley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.01010
19021111Tuesday, November 11th,19021370313703View PageThe book of joyous childrenThe book of joyous childrenRiley, James Whitcomb, 1849-1916.0000

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11441144View Page18781230Monday, December 30th, 1878Katie GarstKatie GarstCor 2nd and Jefferson
43174317View Page18940111Thursday, January 11th, 1894Norman BoomerNorman Boomer185 Kilgore Ave
43844384View Page18940216Friday, February 16th, 1894Mrs. D. A. McLainMrs. D. A. McLainNot listed
29352935View Page18911209Wednesday, December 9th, 1891Volney PaytonVolney PaytonNot listed
44424442View Page18940407Saturday, April 7th, 1894Mae HickokMae Hickok309 E Jackson St.
52295229View Page18991107Tuesday, November 7th, 1899Vercella SchooleyVercella Schooley1701 s Jefferson St.
12061206View Page18790324Monday, March 24th, 1879Jeannie BradburyJeannie BradburyEast Jackson
30643064View Page18920610Friday, June 10th, 1892Mrs. N. H. BlountMrs. N. H. BlountBlount House
20272027View Page18830404Wednesday, April 4th, 1883Walter AndrewsWalter AndrewsEast Washington
30623062View Page18920528Saturday, May 28th, 1892Inez BanksInez Banks323 W Willard
44944494View Page18940620Wednesday, June 20th, 1894Will CraigWill Craig910 E Washington
28812881View Page18911021Wednesday, October 21st, 1891Harry HartleyHarry Hartley335 E Adams
41914191View Page18930302Thursday, March 2nd, 1893Mrs. G. W. SheppMrs. G. W. Shepp309 E. Jackson
44354435View Page18940327Tuesday, March 27th, 1894Ethel KnappEthel Knapp214 W J--
28782878View Page18911020Tuesday, October 20th, 1891Clyde LeagerClyde Leager707 E Jackson
46014601View Page18941103Saturday, November 3rd, 1894Mrs. Jas. PixleyMrs. Jas. Pixley823 W. Adams
46054605View Page18941105Monday, November 5th, 1894Horace RiggsHorace Riggs110 West Main St
43184318View Page18940111Thursday, January 11th, 1894Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker214 N. Vine
44594459View Page18940507Monday, May 7th, 1894Nancy ShortNancy Short817 E. Adams
44444444View Page18940412Thursday, April 12th, 1894Austia SpenceAustia SpenceCor Michigan + Perkins
30603060View Page18920524Tuesday, May 24th, 1892Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh702 E. Jackson
44114411View Page18940303Saturday, March 3rd, 1894Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. TurnerChas. + Jeff. St.
40024002View Page18920929Thursday, September 29th, 1892Bertie WilliamsonBertie Williamson632 W Jackson
29152915View Page18910829Saturday, August 29th, 1891Mrs. Thomas WinsorMrs. Thomas Winsor506 W. Adams
49554955View Page18990109Monday, January 9th, 1899Maud FarringtonMaud Farrington1203 E 1st
50205020View Page18990218Saturday, February 18th, 1899Blanche HouseBlanche HouseFirst + Birch St
49764976View Page18990123Monday, January 23rd, 1899Josie ChristensenJosie Christensenn Walnut
49854985View Page18990128Saturday, January 28th, 1899Nellie PennyNellie PennyElliott St
007878View Page18750605Saturday, June 5th, 1875Kate WilsonKate WilsonWashington St.
14641464View Page18801022Friday, October 22nd, 1880Kate KesslerKate KesslerWest Main St
50805080View Page18990517Wednesday, May 17th, 1899Mrs. T. S. TredwellMrs. T. S. Tredwell702 Jarret St
18021802View Page18810610Friday, June 10th, 1881Vollie BowerVollie BowerCor Washington Elm
20802080View Page18830929Saturday, September 29th, 1883Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. WildmanEast Washington
30293029View Page18920419Tuesday, April 19th, 1892Mary JacobsMary Jacobs603 W Adams
31573157View Page18950323Saturday, March 23rd, 1895Flora FoormanFlora Foorman303 1/2 s Walnut
32113211View Page18950706Saturday, July 6th, 1895Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick311 e Main St
34683468View Page18960702Thursday, July 2nd, 1896Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman508 1/2 s Walnut
34323432View Page18960328Saturday, March 28th, 1896Pearl PerkinsPearl Perkins522 e Jackson
34363436View Page18960402Thursday, April 2nd, 1896Harry KinsmanHarry Kinsman804 e Seymour
34633463View Page18960620Saturday, June 20th, 1896Sara WysorSara Wysor418 North St.
34943494View Page18960814Friday, August 14th, 1896Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze603 s Washington
37403740View Page18970719Monday, July 19th, 1897Mrs. Leon HouzeMrs. Leon Houze414 Blaine St.
39553955View Page18980312Saturday, March 12th, 1898Elmer GestElmer Gest415 w Adams
39583958View Page18980316Wednesday, March 16th, 1898Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Pierson503 s Jefferson
40144014View Page18921011Tuesday, October 11th, 1892E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer214 W. Jackson
42424242View Page18930513Saturday, May 13th, 1893Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell613 e 3rd St.
40484048View Page18921111Friday, November 11th, 1892Mrs. M. L. HagemanMrs. M. L. HagemanVine St.
40614061View Page18921118Friday, November 18th, 1892Herschel GreerHerschel Greer507/2 s Walnut
44744474View Page18940525Friday, May 25th, 1894John CramerJohn Cramer808 E Jackson
47534753View Page18980712Tuesday, July 12th, 1898Clifford M. CobbClifford M. Cobb407 w Adams
47654765View Page18980801Monday, August 1st, 1898Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel314 n Monroe St
51145114View Page18990717Monday, July 17th, 1899Jessie ClarkJessie Clark311 West J[ackson]
51665166View Page18991002Monday, October 2nd, 1899Nellie TuheyNellie Tuhey1121 s Walnut
51605160View Page18990926Tuesday, September 26th, 1899Walter TuheyWalter Tuhey1121 s Walnut
51635163View Page18990927Wednesday, September 27th, 1899Mamie PostmaMamie Postma1719 s Elm St.
52075207View Page18991023Monday, October 23rd, 1899Annie C. StrattonAnnie C. StrattonBraun House
40214021View Page18921018Tuesday, October 18th, 1892Mrs. Nellie GorhamMrs. Nellie Gorham431 H.
40314031View Page18921029Saturday, October 29th, 1892Mrs. Alice VickeryMrs. Alice Vickery504 E Main St.
11411141View Page18781227Friday, December 27th, 1878Jas B LudlowJas B Ludlow600 S Jefferson St
0247247View Page18751029Friday, October 29th, 1875Ida P LudlowIda P Ludlow600 Sth Jefferson St
40754075View Page18921129Tuesday, November 29th, 1892Clarence GreelyClarence Greely816 Chestnut
45564556View Page18940915Saturday, September 15th, 1894Mrs. Emma YockeyMrs. Emma Yockey419 e Adams
0187187View Page18750803Tuesday, August 3rd, 1875C. W. SampleC. W. SampleEast Main Street
10921092View Page18781010Thursday, October 10th, 1878Charlotte ParsonsCharlotte ParsonsSouth High st.
27902790View Page18910204Wednesday, February 4th, 1891Peter WilsonPeter WilsonCor. Clove + Walnut
27942794View Page18910207Saturday, February 7th, 1891Alfred KilgoreAlfred Kilgore417 W. Main
28152815View Page18910307Saturday, March 7th, 1891Mabel NeffMabel Neff234 N. Vine
30753075View Page18920729Friday, July 29th, 1892Gertrude BateyGertrude BateyE. Jackson
40564056View Page18921112Saturday, November 12th, 1892Oscar BlackOscar Black817 E. Adams St.
43084308View Page18940104Thursday, January 4th, 1894Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas300 North Monroe
43114311View Page18940105Friday, January 5th, 1894G. Edw. HillG. Edw. Hill217 S. High
44104410View Page18940303Saturday, March 3rd, 1894Winlock TurnerWinlock TurnerChas. + Jeff. St.
45014501View Page18940628Thursday, June 28th, 1894Edna HooverEdna Hoover517 W. Main St
45784578View Page18941013Saturday, October 13th, 1894Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver437 Howard St.
0635635View Page18770404Wednesday, April 4th, 1877Laura StifflerLaura Stiffler798 Adams & Hackley
45874587View Page18941023Tuesday, October 23rd, 1894Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan306 W. Main St.
42264226View Page18930406Thursday, April 6th, 1893Edna KeltnerEdna KeltnerNot listed
42574257View Page18930526Friday, May 26th, 1893Mrs. Eugene ValetMrs. Eugene Valet707 E. Washington
42864286View Page18930717Monday, July 17th, 1893Hattie RussellHattie Russell1211 E. Main
25632563View Page18890927Friday, September 27th, 1889Ruby PerkinsRuby Perkins518 East Jackson
26112611View Page18900213Thursday, February 13th, 1890Mrs. E.S. L. ThompsonMrs. E.S. L. Thompson508 East Jackson st.
26352635View Page18900506Tuesday, May 6th, 1890Clara RyanClara Ryan1210 E. Main
27022702View Page18901011Saturday, October 11th, 1890Susan CecilSusan CecilE. Jackson
28412841View Page18910406Monday, April 6th, 1891Mrs. A. E. LymanMrs. A. E. LymanEast Jackson
28332833View Page18910326Thursday, March 26th, 1891Daisy McMillanDaisy McMillan703 W. Adams
30353035View Page18920426Tuesday, April 26th, 1892Ruth CramptonRuth Crampton2024 N 11th st.
40174017View Page18921015Saturday, October 15th, 1892Myron GrayMyron Gray408 S. High
30683068View Page18920628Tuesday, June 28th, 1892May GrouseMay Grouse505 S. Franklin
50615061View Page18990401Saturday, April 1st, 1899Fannie WhiteFannie White112 S. Beacon
52395239View Page18991115Wednesday, November 15th, 1899Marie L. NorwellMarie L. NorwellRiverside Ave. R.
52455245View Page18991121Tuesday, November 21st, 1899Edna HeckenhouerEdna Heckenhouer214 W. Gilbert St.
52675267View Page18991211Monday, December 11th, 1899Mrs. Maude SomersMrs. Maude Somers300 W. Gilbert St.
52695269View Page18991212Tuesday, December 12th, 1899Mary E. HettelMary E. Hettel314 N. Monroe
52825282View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899S. B. BunsoldS. B. Bunsold208 E. 1st St.
52835283View Page18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899Fred CrossfieldFred Crossfield723 S. Elm St.
43414341View Page18940124Wednesday, January 24th, 1894R M JonesR M JonesEast Main St.
0431431View Page18760814Monday, August 14th, 1876Jennie BradyJennie BradyN. Monroe St.
43894389View Page18940221Wednesday, February 21st, 1894Mrs. E. M. WhiteMrs. E. M. White813 W. Main St.
43854385View Page18940217Saturday, February 17th, 1894Emma BrewerEmma Brewer728 W. Jackson
46414641View Page18941126Monday, November 26th, 1894Pansy GontnerPansy Gontner303-North
45664566View Page18940928Friday, September 28th, 1894A N LoydA N LoydW Delaware
51555155View Page18990913Wednesday, September 13th, 1899Grace PowersGrace Powers1625 S. Elm
51775177View Page18991012Thursday, October 12th, 1899Arthur MontgomeryArthur Montgomery309 Boyce Ave.
52105210View Page18991025Wednesday, October 25th, 1899Geo E. CoxGeo E. Cox511 E. Jackson
32153215View Page18950709Tuesday, July 9th, 1895Ralph BardRalph Bard404 E Washington
46724672View Page18950104Friday, January 4th, 1895H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden223 N. Walnut
31503150View Page18950314Thursday, March 14th, 1895Jean LongJean Long111 N. Cherry
31583158View Page18950327Wednesday, March 27th, 1895John BantaJohn Banta506 E Main St
47124712View Page18950123Wednesday, January 23rd, 1895Grace EilerGrace Eiler1229 E. Jackson
31943194View Page18950611Tuesday, June 11th, 1895Blanche WintersBlanche Winters216 W. Adams
32003200View Page18950621Friday, June 21st, 1895Earl WilliamsEarl Williams215 S. M.
32033203View Page18950627Thursday, June 27th, 1895Elmer E. SuttonElmer E. Sutton118 S. Vine St.
32053205View Page18950629Saturday, June 29th, 1895Minnie HutchingsMinnie Hutchings1441 9th St.
31153115View Page18950201Friday, February 1st, 1895Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal322 W. Adams
31163116View Page18950202Saturday, February 2nd, 1895Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross206 Wysor St.
31263126View Page18950212Tuesday, February 12th, 1895Ella UptgraftElla Uptgraft1407 - E. Gilbert
31323132View Page18950216Saturday, February 16th, 1895Erma PersonettErma PersonettMichigan St.
32743274View Page18951019Saturday, October 19th, 1895Mrs. Sallee SmilyMrs. Sallee Smily222 1/2 S Wal
0522522View Page18770216Friday, February 16th, 1877Mary E. MonroeMary E. MonroeEast Third St.
10711071View Page18780805Monday, August 5th, 1878R L PattersonR L Patterson1087 E Adams St
34803480View Page18960720Monday, July 20th, 1896Willie NaneyWillie Naney1815 Ohmer Ave
34873487View Page18960729Wednesday, July 29th, 1896Harry AultHarry Ault110 Kilgore Ave
33533353View Page18960108Wednesday, January 8th, 1896MeimeyerMeimeyer216 E Washington
33633363View Page18960123Thursday, January 23rd, 1896Florence BleaseFlorence Blease500 Proud
33663366View Page18960126Sunday, January 26th, 1896Louise LymanLouise Lyman1347 E Jackson
33733373View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Mabel StewartMabel Stewart710 E Jackson
33753375View Page18960128Tuesday, January 28th, 1896Ethel CatesEthel Cates327 E North
33863386View Page18960204Tuesday, February 4th, 1896Mary CraigMary Craig1207 S Monroe
33893389View Page18960208Saturday, February 8th, 1896Ruth WintersRuth Winters216 W Adams
34403440View Page18960404Saturday, April 4th, 1896I. W. CramptonI. W. Crampton61 Blaine St.
35103510View Page18960902Wednesday, September 2nd, 1896Warren HuckleberryWarren Huckleberry410 Wysor St.
35613561View Page18961120Friday, November 20th, 1896John W. LittleJohn W. Little622 E. Washington
34523452View Page18960512Tuesday, May 12th, 1896Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards812 S Monroe
34113411View Page18960310Tuesday, March 10th, 1896Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith213 East First St.
36713671View Page18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897J. P. BrownJ. P. Brown418 S. Franklin
37423742View Page18970722Thursday, July 22nd, 1897Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn406 W. Main
36203620View Page18970118Monday, January 18th, 1897W. E. ErwinW. E. Erwin203 1/2 W. High
36603660View Page18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897Margaret FlahertyMargaret FlahertyShipley + 5th St.
36143614View Page18970116Saturday, January 16th, 1897Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings1441 W. 9th
38023802View Page18971102Tuesday, November 2nd, 1897Mrs. J. H. JonesMrs. J. H. Jones111 1/2 E. Seymour
37513751View Page18970810Tuesday, August 10th, 1897James LightbodyJames Lightbody1610 S. Jefferson
38623862View Page18971218Saturday, December 18th, 1897W E MorrowW E Morrow324 W. Gilbert
37003700View Page18970524Monday, May 24th, 1897Carrie PadenCarrie Paden505 West Charles st.
37813781View Page18971011Monday, October 11th, 1897Blanche RalstonBlanche Ralston411 Jackson St.
37133713View Page18970601Tuesday, June 1st, 1897Rainard RobbinsRainard RobbinsOhmer Ave
38323832View Page18971126Friday, November 26th, 1897Sarah SawyerSarah Sawyer307 E. Charles
37683768View Page18970925Saturday, September 25th, 1897Daisy SinelserDaisy Sinelser8th st. Avondale
38043804View Page18971105Friday, November 5th, 1897S. R. SuttonS. R. Sutton320 W. Gilbert
37893789View Page18971018Monday, October 18th, 1897Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth319 S. Franklin
37243724View Page18970622Tuesday, June 22nd, 1897Paul WhitePaul White419 E. Adams
37713771View Page18970929Wednesday, September 29th, 1897H. H. WolfH. H. Wolf123 The Johnson
48144814View Page18981001Saturday, October 1st, 1898Mrs. Mary HelireMrs. Mary Helire317 Boyce Ave
47604760View Page18980723Saturday, July 23rd, 1898Edith ManorEdith Manor218 N. High
47634763View Page18980726Tuesday, July 26th, 1898Nellie MitchellNellie Mitchell1010 S. Monroe
47814781View Page18980822Monday, August 22nd, 1898Mrs. J. C. HasslerMrs. J. C. Hassler203 1/2 N. High St.
48614861View Page18981028Friday, October 28th, 1898Miss. Tillie ClineMiss. Tillie Cline521 - E. Main
38913891View Page18980118Tuesday, January 18th, 1898Mrs. Clara HickmanMrs. Clara Hickman807 E Main St
39103910View Page18980204Friday, February 4th, 1898Jon BoydJon Boyd"157 "The Johnson"
39343934View Page18980224Thursday, February 24th, 1898Gertrude BoomerGertrude Boomer616 Berlin Str
39603960View Page18980319Saturday, March 19th, 1898Renan RobbinsRenan Robbins702 E Jackson
39613961View Page18980319Saturday, March 19th, 1898Mabel F. BallardMabel F. Ballard405 E Washington
47384738View Page18980617Friday, June 17th, 1898Arthur PotterArthur Potter1025 E Adams St
55825582View Page19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900Mrs. M M BaileyMrs. M M Bailey1106 E Adams
54835483View Page19000705Thursday, July 5th, 1900Daisy CecilDaisy Cecil5 mi. S.E. of City
54465446View Page19000522Tuesday, May 22nd, 1900Meribah ChamberlinMeribah Chamberlin410 W. Charles St.
54125412View Page19000326Monday, March 26th, 1900Mrs. Rose L. DavisMrs. Rose L. Davis516 E. Charles St.
55325532View Page19000828Tuesday, August 28th, 1900Nettie FarringtonNettie Farrington1300 E. Ninth St
54575457View Page19000531Thursday, May 31st, 1900Mrs. Louis C FoldrichMrs. Louis C Foldrich315 N. Vine St.
54485448View Page19000525Friday, May 25th, 1900Mrs. Martha J GlassMrs. Martha J Glass210_E. 8th
54295429View Page19000423Monday, April 23rd, 1900Bessie HarrisBessie Harris539 S. Gharkey
56745674View Page19010121Monday, January 21st, 1901Edith ProctorEdith Proctor1423 w 14th St.
56825682View Page19010125Friday, January 25th, 1901Jas. M. JacobsJas. M. Jacobs1537 W. 5th St.
57085708View Page19010212Tuesday, February 12th, 1901Maud TroxellMaud TroxellJoseph St.
57145714View Page19010216Saturday, February 16th, 1901Thos. HarrisonThos. Harrison1214 E Main St
55525552View Page19001004Thursday, October 4th, 1900Otto P KnackOtto P Knack419 1/2 S .Walnut st.
53375337View Page19000203Saturday, February 3rd, 1900May LewisMay Lewis2023 Mulberry
54115411View Page19000324Saturday, March 24th, 1900Mannie LoshMannie Losh121 & East F
54755475View Page19000626Tuesday, June 26th, 1900Laura MarkleLaura Markle2124 S. Madison
56525652View Page19001228Friday, December 28th, 1900F. D. ReileyF. D. Reiley514 E Charles St
52985298View Page19000106Saturday, January 6th, 1900J. L. ScottJ. L. ScottRoom 9 The Anthony
53425342View Page19000205Monday, February 5th, 1900Vida StacyVida Stacy318 E Jackson
54895489View Page19000712Thursday, July 12th, 1900Alice WallAlice Wall514 S. Council
55795579View Page19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900Frances WilsonFrances Wilson629_W. 12th st.
58545854View Page19010822Thursday, August 22nd, 1901Bertie ReisorBertie Reisor811 E Jackson
58655865View Page19010916Monday, September 16th, 1901Beatrice TurnerBeatrice Turner128 Kenney
58665866View Page19010917Tuesday, September 17th, 1901Daisy HamiltonDaisy Hamilton700 W Powers
58775877View Page19010930Monday, September 30th, 1901Louise MaickLouise Maick309 Wysor St
57375737View Page19010306Wednesday, March 6th, 1901Oliver FirpOliver FirpNorth Jefferson
57785778View Page19010426Friday, April 26th, 1901Nellie RusseyNellie Russey1545 W. 8th
57805780View Page19010426Friday, April 26th, 1901Mrs. H. C.R. WallMrs. H. C.R. Wall220 S Jefferson
57915791View Page19010525Saturday, May 25th, 1901John O E GorryJohn O E Gorry1147 S. Hoersley
58085808View Page19010629Saturday, June 29th, 1901C. M. GildenC. M. GildenCor Jefferson + Howard St
58975897View Page19011012Saturday, October 12th, 1901Miss. Mattie RobinsonMiss. Mattie Robinson223 E Jackson
14211421View Page18800624Thursday, June 24th, 1880Wm A SpurgeonWm A SpurgeonFranklin St
16211621View Page18810202Wednesday, February 2nd, 1881M M BradyM M Brady170 E Wash St
19481948View Page18820821Monday, August 21st, 1882J S RileyJ S RileyJefferson St
19571957View Page18820909Saturday, September 9th, 1882L. L. JohnsonL. L. JohnsonGrant St
59465946View Page19011113Wednesday, November 13th, 1901Walter McConnellWalter McConnell1221 Powers
61726172View Page19020716Wednesday, July 16th, 1902L. B. BargerL. B. Barger411 E. Gilbert St.
62536253View Page19021016Thursday, October 16th, 1902Mrs. L. M. CoonsMrs. L. M. Coons424. Pauline st Riverside
60816081View Page19020322Saturday, March 22nd, 1902Mrs. S. M. JordanMrs. S. M. Jordan722. E. Adams
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18911230Wednesday, December 30th, 1891View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.R.L. Patterson10711071R L PattersonR L Patterson
18920108Friday, January 8th, 1892View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs Thos Windsor29152915Mrs. Thomas WinsorMrs. Thomas Winsor
18920109Saturday, January 9th, 1892View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.J.B. Ludlow11411141Jas B LudlowJas B Ludlow
18920113Wednesday, January 13th, 1892View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs Thos Windsor29152915Mrs. Thomas WinsorMrs. Thomas Winsor
18920116Saturday, January 16th, 1892View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.J B Ludlow11411141Jas B LudlowJas B Ludlow
18920119Tuesday, January 19th, 1892View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs Kate Kessler14641464Kate KesslerKate Kessler
18920219Friday, February 19th, 1892View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Maggie Driscoll28782878Clyde LeagerClyde Leager
18920222Monday, February 22nd, 1892View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Volney Payton29352935Volney PaytonVolney Payton
18920227Saturday, February 27th, 1892View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Wm A. Spurgeon14211421Wm A SpurgeonWm A Spurgeon
18920227Saturday, February 27th, 1892View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.L.C. Johnson19571957L. L. JohnsonL. L. Johnson
18920422Friday, April 22nd, 1892View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Kate Garst11441144Katie GarstKatie Garst
18920422Friday, April 22nd, 1892View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.S.P. Wildman20802080Mrs. S. P. WildmanMrs. S. P. Wildman
18920422Friday, April 22nd, 1892View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Daisy McMillen28332833Daisy McMillanDaisy McMillan
18920428Thursday, April 28th, 1892View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs E.S.L. Thompson26112611Mrs. E.S. L. ThompsonMrs. E.S. L. ThompsonOriginal transaction lists patron # as 2511, but this was likely an error and has been changed to reflect Mrs. E.S.L. Thompson's actual patron # 2611.
18941110Saturday, November 10th, 1894View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs Emma Yockey45564556Mrs. Emma YockeyMrs. Emma Yockey
18941115Thursday, November 15th, 1894View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Walter Andrews20272027Walter AndrewsWalter Andrews
18941119Monday, November 19th, 1894View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18941205Wednesday, December 5th, 1894View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Miss Mary Manor0522522Mary E. MonroeMary E. Monroe
18941210Monday, December 10th, 1894View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.C. W. Sample0187187C. W. SampleC. W. Sample
18941214Friday, December 14th, 1894View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mable Neff28152815Mabel NeffMabel Neff
18941218Tuesday, December 18th, 1894View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs Nancy Short44594459Nancy ShortNancy Short
18941219Wednesday, December 19th, 1894View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Edna Keltner42264226Edna KeltnerEdna Keltner
18941229Saturday, December 29th, 1894View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs Emma Brewer43854385Emma BrewerEmma Brewer
18950111Friday, January 11th, 1895View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Winlock Turner44104410Winlock TurnerWinlock Turner
18950122Tuesday, January 22nd, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs James Pixley46014601Mrs. Jas. PixleyMrs. Jas. Pixley
18950128Monday, January 28th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Myron Gray40174017Myron GrayMyron Gray
18950129Tuesday, January 29th, 1895View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Nellie Gorham40214021Mrs. Nellie GorhamMrs. Nellie Gorham"+" marked after patron's name
18950211Monday, February 11th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs. Mary Neal31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary NealNumber 70 marked after patron's name
18950212Tuesday, February 12th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mary Neal31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18950213Wednesday, February 13th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Ruth Crampton30353035Ruth CramptonRuth Crampton
18950221Thursday, February 21st, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Hattie Russell42864286Hattie RussellHattie Russell
18950222Friday, February 22nd, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Ella Uptgraft31263126Ella UptgraftElla Uptgraft
18950301Friday, March 1st, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs. Mary Neal31153115Mrs. Mary NealMrs. Mary Neal
18950302Saturday, March 2nd, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Ethel Knapp44354435Ethel KnappEthel Knapp
18950308Friday, March 8th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs G W Shepp41914191Mrs. G. W. SheppMrs. G. W. SheppPages 88-89 are out of order; according to dates (March 7-8) they should be the last pages in ledger, but were written by librarian upside down in middle of ledger, between January 8-9. Librarian did mark "Last Page" at top of page 88.//fixed borrower's name (orig. Sharp)
18950320Wednesday, March 20th, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.May Crouse30683068May GrouseMay Grouse
18950322Friday, March 22nd, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Winlock Turner44104410Winlock TurnerWinlock Turner
18950325Monday, March 25th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Horace Riggs46054605Horace RiggsHorace Riggs
18950325Monday, March 25th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Janie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18950330Saturday, March 30th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs. Emma Brewer43854385Emma BrewerEmma Brewer
18950401Monday, April 1st, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. Emma Brewer43854385Emma BrewerEmma Brewer
18950402Tuesday, April 2nd, 1895View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mary Crouse30683068May GrouseMay Grouse
18950411Thursday, April 11th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Morgan Gray40174017Myron GrayMyron Gray
18950412Friday, April 12th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs. A E Lyman28412841Mrs. A. E. LymanMrs. A. E. Lyman
18950416Tuesday, April 16th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs. G W Shepp41914191Mrs. G. W. SheppMrs. G. W. Shepp
18950423Tuesday, April 23rd, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Wyson Gray40174017Myron GrayMyron Gray
18950504Saturday, May 4th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Parsy Gontner46414641Pansy GontnerPansy Gontner
18950513Monday, May 13th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Inez Banks30623062Inez BanksInez Banks
18950521Tuesday, May 21st, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Gertrude Batey30753075Gertrude BateyGertrude Batey
18950523Thursday, May 23rd, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs. Mary Warner27022702Susan CecilSusan Cecil
18950525Saturday, May 25th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Inez Banks30623062Inez BanksInez Banks
18950612Wednesday, June 12th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Charlotte Parson10921092Charlotte ParsonsCharlotte Parsons
18950706Saturday, July 6th, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs. Emma Yockey45564556Mrs. Emma YockeyMrs. Emma Yockey
18950812Monday, August 12th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Bertie WmSon40024002Bertie WilliamsonBertie Williamson
18950923Monday, September 23rd, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18950927Friday, September 27th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs M.L. Hageman40484048Mrs. M. L. HagemanMrs. M. L. Hageman
18950928Saturday, September 28th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs Nella Weaver45784578Miss. Nellie WeaverMiss. Nellie Weaver
18951012Saturday, October 12th, 1895View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs. J. C. Oliver27902790Peter WilsonPeter Wilson"(K.W.)" written after patron name
18951012Saturday, October 12th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Harry Hartley28812881Harry HartleyHarry Hartley
18951012Saturday, October 12th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Harry Hartley26352635Clara RyanClara Ryan"(K.W.)" written after patron name
18951019Saturday, October 19th, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs Sallie R Smiley32743274Mrs. Sallee SmilyMrs. Sallee Smily
18951028Monday, October 28th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mr Oscar Black40564056Oscar BlackOscar Black
18951111Monday, November 11th, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Clarence Greely40754075Clarence GreelyClarence Greely
18951120Wednesday, November 20th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Jean Bradbury12061206Jeannie BradburyJeannie Bradbury
18951122Friday, November 22nd, 1895View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Ralph Bard32153215Ralph BardRalph Bard
18951204Wednesday, December 4th, 1895View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Elmer E. Sutton32033203Elmer E. SuttonElmer E. Sutton
18951206Friday, December 6th, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs Guy Maick32113211Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick
18951209Monday, December 9th, 1895View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs Dora Mitchell42424242Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell
18951228Saturday, December 28th, 1895View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Elmer E Sutton32033203Elmer E. SuttonElmer E. Sutton
18951231Tuesday, December 31st, 1895View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Edna Hoover45014501Edna HooverEdna Hoover
18960113Monday, January 13th, 1896View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs Dr A. McLain43844384Mrs. D. A. McLainMrs. D. A. McLain
18960118Saturday, January 18th, 1896View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mary Jacobs30293029Mary JacobsMary Jacobs
18960125Saturday, January 25th, 1896View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mr G.E. Hill43114311G. Edw. HillG. Edw. Hill
18960130Thursday, January 30th, 1896View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs Aug Maick32113211Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick
18960306Friday, March 6th, 1896View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mable Stewart33733373Mabel StewartMabel Stewart
18960321Saturday, March 21st, 1896View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs Jennie Brady0431431Jennie BradyJennie Brady
18960404Saturday, April 4th, 1896View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs Jennie Brady0431431Jennie BradyJennie Brady
18960413Monday, April 13th, 1896View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.I W Crampton34403440I. W. CramptonI. W. Crampton
18960512Tuesday, May 12th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Herschel Greer40614061Herschel GreerHerschel Greer
18960513Wednesday, May 13th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Earl Williams32003200Earl WilliamsEarl Williams
18960518Monday, May 18th, 1896View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.John Banta31583158John BantaJohn Banta
18960525Monday, May 25th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Herschel Greer40614061Herschel GreerHerschel Greer
18960710Friday, July 10th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Myrtie Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
18960713Monday, July 13th, 1896View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Gertie Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18960715Wednesday, July 15th, 1896View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs A A Blount30643064Mrs. N. H. BlountMrs. N. H. BlountPatron ID of N. H. Blount
18960801Saturday, August 1st, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs A A Blount30643064Mrs. N. H. BlountMrs. N. H. Blountpatron ID of N. H. Blount
18960821Friday, August 21st, 1896View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Pearl Smith34113411Pearl W. SmithPearl W. Smith
18960902Wednesday, September 2nd, 1896View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Warren Huckleberry35103510Warren HuckleberryWarren Huckleberry
18960919Saturday, September 19th, 1896View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs Aug. Maick32113211Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick
18961012Monday, October 12th, 1896View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs Eugene Valet42574257Mrs. Eugene ValetMrs. Eugene Valet
18961027Tuesday, October 27th, 1896View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Jean Long31503150Jean LongJean Long
18961105Thursday, November 5th, 1896View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Ruby Perkins25632563Ruby PerkinsRuby Perkins
18961114Saturday, November 14th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.May Hickok44424442Mae HickokMae Hickok
18961117Tuesday, November 17th, 1896View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs. Alice Vickery40314031Mrs. Alice VickeryMrs. Alice Vickeryfixed borrower's name (orig. "Vickey")
18961204Friday, December 4th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Louise Lyman33663366Louise LymanLouise Lyman
18961210Thursday, December 10th, 1896View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Pearl Perkins34323432Pearl PerkinsPearl Perkins
18961215Tuesday, December 15th, 1896View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs E. E Hellyers33533353MeimeyerMeimeyerpatron ID of Meimeyer
18961219Saturday, December 19th, 1896View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Jamie Templer40144014E. R. TemplerE. R. Templer
18970112Tuesday, January 12th, 1897View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Myrtle Hutchings32053205Minnie HutchingsMinnie Hutchings
18970112Tuesday, January 12th, 1897View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Willie Harry34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18970114Thursday, January 14th, 1897View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18970116Saturday, January 16th, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Arley Hutchings36143614Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings"x" written after patron name.
18970202Tuesday, February 2nd, 1897View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mary Crouse30683068May GrouseMay Grouse
18970202Tuesday, February 2nd, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramerfixed borrower's name (orig. Craun)
18970204Thursday, February 4th, 1897View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18970208Monday, February 8th, 1897View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18970211Thursday, February 11th, 1897View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18970212Friday, February 12th, 1897View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.W E Irvin36203620W. E. ErwinW. E. Erwin
18970212Friday, February 12th, 1897View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18970213Saturday, February 13th, 1897View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Arley Hutchings36143614Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings
18970220Saturday, February 20th, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. Florence Blease33633363Florence BleaseFlorence Blease
18970301Monday, March 1st, 1897View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Myrtle Shoemaker43184318Myrtie L. ShoemakerMyrtie L. Shoemaker
18970302Tuesday, March 2nd, 1897View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Ethel Keener34363436Harry KinsmanHarry Kinsman
18970312Friday, March 12th, 1897View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs. Aug Maeck32113211Mrs. Aug. MaickMrs. Aug. Maick
18970313Saturday, March 13th, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Willie Harry34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney"26" written after patron name.
18970504Tuesday, May 4th, 1897View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs Jas Pixley46014601Mrs. Jas. PixleyMrs. Jas. Pixley
18970708Thursday, July 8th, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Margaret Flaherty36603660Margaret FlahertyMargaret Flaherty
18970908Wednesday, September 8th, 1897View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Miss Paden37003700Carrie PadenCarrie Paden
18971008Friday, October 8th, 1897View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.W. F. Brown36713671J. P. BrownJ. P. Brown
18971016Saturday, October 16th, 1897View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Ida Ludlow0247247Ida P LudlowIda P Ludlow
18971123Tuesday, November 23rd, 1897View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Ms. Min Thomas43084308Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas
18971126Friday, November 26th, 1897View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Ms Minnie Thomas43084308Minnie ThomasMinnie Thomas
18971126Friday, November 26th, 1897View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18971126Friday, November 26th, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Sarah Sawyer38323832Sarah SawyerSarah Sawyer"+" marked next to patron's name
18971213Monday, December 13th, 1897View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18971218Saturday, December 18th, 1897View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18971218Saturday, December 18th, 1897View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.W. E. Morrow38623862W E MorrowW E Morrow
18971227Monday, December 27th, 1897View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Daisy Smilser37683768Daisy SinelserDaisy Sinelser
18971227Monday, December 27th, 1897View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Rainard Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
18971227Monday, December 27th, 1897View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18980103Monday, January 3rd, 1898View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Mrs. Jas Pixley46014601Mrs. Jas. PixleyMrs. Jas. Pixley
18980104Tuesday, January 4th, 1898View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Dr. D V Bower18021802Vollie BowerVollie Bowerfixed borrower's name (orig. "Bowers")
18980210Thursday, February 10th, 1898View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Paul White37243724Paul WhitePaul White
18980211Friday, February 11th, 1898View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Arley Hutchings36143614Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings
18980222Tuesday, February 22nd, 1898View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Carrie Cohen37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
18980223Wednesday, February 23rd, 1898View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Sam'l Sutton38023802Mrs. J. H. JonesMrs. J. H. Jones
18980225Friday, February 25th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Carrei Cohn37423742Carrie CohnCarrie Cohn
18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Willie Haney34803480Willie NaneyWillie Naney
18980226Saturday, February 26th, 1898View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.J. P. Boyd39103910Jon BoydJon Boyd
18980321Monday, March 21st, 1898View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Mrs. Clara Hickman38913891Mrs. Clara HickmanMrs. Clara Hickman
18980405Tuesday, April 5th, 1898View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Mrs. L. L. Turner44114411Mrs. L. L. TurnerMrs. L. L. Turner
18980416Saturday, April 16th, 1898View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Ruth Winters33893389Ruth WintersRuth Wintersnumber 60 marked next to patron's name
18980416Saturday, April 16th, 1898View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Blanche Winters31943194Blanche WintersBlanche Winters
18980425Monday, April 25th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs J. E. Pierson39583958Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Piersonillegible words written next to patron's name
18980509Monday, May 9th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs J. E. Pierson39583958Mrs. J. E. PiersonMrs. J. E. Pierson
18980606Monday, June 6th, 1898View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mary B Craig33863386Mary CraigMary Craig
18980616Thursday, June 16th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Gertie Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18980705Tuesday, July 5th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Gertie Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18980705Tuesday, July 5th, 1898View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.H H Wolf37713771H. H. WolfH. H. Wolf
18980706Wednesday, July 6th, 1898View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Grace Eiler47124712Grace EilerGrace Eiler
18980711Monday, July 11th, 1898View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Gertie Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18980730Saturday, July 30th, 1898View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spencefixed borrower's name (orig. Spruce)
18980730Saturday, July 30th, 1898View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs. W. W. Wadsworth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
18980802Tuesday, August 2nd, 1898View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Elmer Gist39553955Elmer GestElmer Gest
18980803Wednesday, August 3rd, 1898View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs. W. Waitsmith37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
18980804Thursday, August 4th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spencefixed borrower's name (orig. Spires)
18980811Thursday, August 11th, 1898View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Alfred Kilgore27942794Alfred KilgoreAlfred Kilgore
18980901Thursday, September 1st, 1898View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs. Flora Frohman31573157Flora FoormanFlora Foorman
18980929Thursday, September 29th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs J.C. Hassler47814781Mrs. J. C. HasslerMrs. J. C. Hassler
18980930Friday, September 30th, 1898View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Gertrude Boomer39343934Gertrude BoomerGertrude Boomer
18981006Thursday, October 6th, 1898View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.H.B. Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18981011Tuesday, October 11th, 1898View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18981014Friday, October 14th, 1898View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18981028Friday, October 28th, 1898View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Lillie Cline48614861Miss. Tillie ClineMiss. Tillie Cline+ marked next to patron's name
18981029Saturday, October 29th, 1898View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18981107Monday, November 7th, 1898View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18981117Thursday, November 17th, 1898View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.H.B. Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18981217Saturday, December 17th, 1898View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18990105Thursday, January 5th, 1899View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18990106Friday, January 6th, 1899View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18990113Friday, January 13th, 1899View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990119Thursday, January 19th, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.H.B. Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990125Wednesday, January 25th, 1899View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990126Thursday, January 26th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs W H Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990126Thursday, January 26th, 1899View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Earl Tevebaugh30603060Earl TeverbaughEarl Teverbaugh
18990130Monday, January 30th, 1899View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Will Craig44944494Will CraigWill Craig
18990201Wednesday, February 1st, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Nellie Penny49854985Nellie PennyNellie Penny
18990206Monday, February 6th, 1899View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990208Wednesday, February 8th, 1899View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990214Tuesday, February 14th, 1899View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Nellie Penny49854985Nellie PennyNellie Penny
18990227Monday, February 27th, 1899View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Josie Christensen49764976Josie ChristensenJosie ChristensenNumber 93 written next to patron's name
18990301Wednesday, March 1st, 1899View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Jamie Duncan45874587Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan
18990315Wednesday, March 15th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Jamie Duncan45874587Jamie DuncanJamie DuncanNumber 63 marked next to patron's name
18990323Thursday, March 23rd, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs Ed White43894389Mrs. E. M. WhiteMrs. E. M. White
18990327Monday, March 27th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs James Ross31163116Mrs. Jas. RossMrs. Jas. Ross
18990330Thursday, March 30th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs. Ed M White43894389Mrs. E. M. WhiteMrs. E. M. White
18990603Saturday, June 3rd, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mable Ballard35613561John W. LittleJohn W. Little
18990612Monday, June 12th, 1899View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mable Ballard39613961Mabel F. BallardMabel F. Ballard
18990714Friday, July 14th, 1899View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.H B Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990715Saturday, July 15th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.H.B. Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990721Friday, July 21st, 1899View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.HB Hayden46724672H. B. HaydenH. B. Hayden
18990803Thursday, August 3rd, 1899View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
18990804Friday, August 4th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mary Brady16211621M M BradyM M Brady
18990814Monday, August 14th, 1899View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence"49" written after patron's name
18991006Friday, October 6th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.R.M. Jones43414341R M JonesR M Jonesfixed patron number (orig. 4344)
18991009Monday, October 9th, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mamie Pastina51635163Mamie PostmaMamie Postma
18991013Friday, October 13th, 1899View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Gertrude Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
18991016Monday, October 16th, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Nellie Tuhey51665166Nellie TuheyNellie Tuhey
18991019Thursday, October 19th, 1899View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Nellie Tuhey51665166Nellie TuheyNellie Tuhey
18991021Saturday, October 21st, 1899View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.R. M. Jones43414341R M JonesR M Jones
18991027Friday, October 27th, 1899View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Arthur Montgomery51775177Arthur MontgomeryArthur Montgomery
18991028Saturday, October 28th, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Walter Tuhey51605160Walter TuheyWalter Tuhey"41" written after patron's name
18991028Saturday, October 28th, 1899View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Nettie Tuhey51665166Nellie TuheyNellie Tuhey
18991107Tuesday, November 7th, 1899View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
18991109Thursday, November 9th, 1899View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Nellie Tuhey51665166Nellie TuheyNellie Tuhey
18991118Saturday, November 18th, 1899View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mary Helire48144814Mrs. Mary HelireMrs. Mary Helire"59" written after patron's name
18991124Friday, November 24th, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs Lora Brown0635635Laura StifflerLaura Stiffler
18991206Wednesday, December 6th, 1899View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs J C Hassler47814781Mrs. J. C. HasslerMrs. J. C. Hassler
18991213Wednesday, December 13th, 1899View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Homer FordycePatron ID partially illegible: ??51
18991221Thursday, December 21st, 1899View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs Maude Somers52675267Mrs. Maude SomersMrs. Maude Somers
18991227Wednesday, December 27th, 1899View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.S B Bunsold52825282S. B. BunsoldS. B. Bunsold
19000111Thursday, January 11th, 1900View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.T L Scott52985298J. L. ScottJ. L. Scott
19000113Saturday, January 13th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Vercella Schooley52295229Vercella SchooleyVercella Schooley
19000209Friday, February 9th, 1900View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Vercella Schooley52295229Vercella SchooleyVercella Schooley
19000213Tuesday, February 13th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Vida Stacey53425342Vida StacyVida Stacy
19000216Friday, February 16th, 1900View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Vercella Schroly52295229Vercella SchooleyVercella Schooley
19000216Friday, February 16th, 1900View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Arley Hutchings36143614Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings
19000220Tuesday, February 20th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Arley Hutchings36143614Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings
19000222Thursday, February 22nd, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs W Wadsworth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
19000224Saturday, February 24th, 1900View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs Dr Wadsworth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
19000305Monday, March 5th, 1900View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Arley Hutchings36143614Arley HutchingsArley Hutchings
19000308Thursday, March 8th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs W Wadsworth52695269Mary E. HettelMary E. Hettel
19000310Saturday, March 10th, 1900View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs W Wadsworth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Clifford M Cobb47534753Clifford M. CobbClifford M. Cobb
19000317Saturday, March 17th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Mrs Wadsworth37893789Mrs. W. W. WadsworthMrs. W. W. Wadsworth
19000324Saturday, March 24th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. Giles Collins37813781Blanche RalstonBlanche Ralston
19000406Friday, April 6th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.J.L. Scott52985298J. L. ScottJ. L. Scott
19000407Saturday, April 7th, 1900View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Mrs. Flora Russell23782378Flora RussillFlora Russill
19000421Saturday, April 21st, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Maude Somers52675267Mrs. Maude SomersMrs. Maude Somers
19000423Monday, April 23rd, 1900View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Gertrude Foorman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
19000519Saturday, May 19th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. Rose Davis54125412Mrs. Rose L. DavisMrs. Rose L. Davis
19000528Monday, May 28th, 1900View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Nellie Mitchell47634763Nellie MitchellNellie Mitchell
19000606Wednesday, June 6th, 1900View Page1176211762Riley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.Frank Crossfield52835283Fred CrossfieldFred Crossfield
19000607Thursday, June 7th, 1900View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Frank Crossfield52835283Fred CrossfieldFred Crossfield
19000615Friday, June 15th, 1900View Page076837683Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes oʻ Pan at Zekesbury.Jessie Calrk51145114Jessie ClarkJessie Clark
19000625Monday, June 25th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Nina Markle007878Kate WilsonKate Wilson(KW) written after patron's name
19000628Thursday, June 28th, 1900View Page1176211762Riley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.Sarah Wysor34633463Sara WysorSara Wysor
19000630Saturday, June 30th, 1900View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
19000712Thursday, July 12th, 1900View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Alice Wall54895489Alice WallAlice Wall
19000712Thursday, July 12th, 1900View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Herbert Houze34943494Herbert HouzeHerbert Houze
19000809Thursday, August 9th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. Emma Yockey45564556Mrs. Emma YockeyMrs. Emma Yockey
19000810Friday, August 10th, 1900View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs. Emma Yockey45564556Mrs. Emma YockeyMrs. Emma Yockey
19000811Saturday, August 11th, 1900View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mrs. Grace Jennings19481948J S RileyJ S RileyPatron ID "1948" is registered to "J. S. Riley"
19000813Monday, August 13th, 1900View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Mrs. Emma Yockey45564556Mrs. Emma YockeyMrs. Emma Yockey
19000901Saturday, September 1st, 1900View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
19000904Tuesday, September 4th, 1900View Page1176211762Riley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.Austin Spence44444444Austia SpenceAustia Spence
19000915Saturday, September 15th, 1900View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer"128" written to the right of borrower name
19001012Friday, October 12th, 1900View Page1178811788Armazindy.Armazindy.Rennan Robbins39603960Renan RobbinsRenan Robbins
19001103Saturday, November 3rd, 1900View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Otto P. Knack55525552Otto P KnackOtto P Knack
19001105Monday, November 5th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. Margaret Bailey55825582Mrs. M M BaileyMrs. M M Bailey
19001110Saturday, November 10th, 1900View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Emma Personett31323132Erma PersonettErma Personett
19001112Monday, November 12th, 1900View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Otto P. Knock55525552Otto P KnackOtto P Knack
19001123Friday, November 23rd, 1900View Page1176211762Riley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.James Duncan45874587Jamie DuncanJamie Duncan
19001201Saturday, December 1st, 1900View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Norman Boomer43174317Norman BoomerNorman Boomer
19001201Saturday, December 1st, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Otto P Knack55525552Otto P KnackOtto P KnackNumber 143 marked after patron's name
19001204Tuesday, December 4th, 1900View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Samuel Sutton38043804S. R. SuttonS. R. Sutton
19001204Tuesday, December 4th, 1900View Page1176211762Riley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramerfixed patron number (orig. 4174)
19001205Wednesday, December 5th, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Meribah Chamberlin54465446Meribah ChamberlinMeribah Chamberlin
19001210Monday, December 10th, 1900View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Arthur Potter47384738Arthur PotterArthur Potter
19001213Thursday, December 13th, 1900View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Mrs Martha M Glass54485448Mrs. Martha J GlassMrs. Martha J Glass
19001214Friday, December 14th, 1900View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Harry Ault34873487Harry AultHarry Ault
19001215Saturday, December 15th, 1900View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Fannie White50615061Fannie WhiteFannie White
19001217Monday, December 17th, 1900View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Otto P Knack55525552Otto P KnackOtto P Knack
19001218Tuesday, December 18th, 1900View Page1178811788Armazindy.Armazindy.Nellie Mitchell47634763Nellie MitchellNellie Mitchell
19001218Tuesday, December 18th, 1900View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
19001221Friday, December 21st, 1900View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Bessie Harris54295429Bessie HarrisBessie Harris
19001229Saturday, December 29th, 1900View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.John Cramer44744474John CramerJohn Cramer
19010112Saturday, January 12th, 1901View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Fannie Wilson55795579Frances WilsonFrances Wilson
19010114Monday, January 14th, 1901View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Geo .E. Cox52105210Geo E. CoxGeo E. Cox
19010114Monday, January 14th, 1901View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Mrs Rena Slaper50805080Mrs. T. S. TredwellMrs. T. S. Tredwell
19010119Saturday, January 19th, 1901View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
19010121Monday, January 21st, 1901View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Arthur Richards34523452Arthur J. RichardsArthur J. Richards
19010201Friday, February 1st, 1901View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Nettie Fennington55325532Nettie FarringtonNettie Farrington
19010201Friday, February 1st, 1901View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Edith Proctor56745674Edith ProctorEdith Proctor
19010202Saturday, February 2nd, 1901View Page1176211762Riley love-lyrics.Riley love-lyrics.Frances Wilson55795579Frances WilsonFrances Wilson
19010212Tuesday, February 12th, 1901View Page1033210332A child-world.A child-world.Maude Farrington49554955Maud FarringtonMaud Farrington
19010216Saturday, February 16th, 1901View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Samuel Sutton38043804S. R. SuttonS. R. Sutton
19010218Monday, February 18th, 1901View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Maude Farrington49554955Maud FarringtonMaud Farrington
19010226Tuesday, February 26th, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksJoseph M Jacobs56825682Jas. M. JacobsJas. M. Jacobs
19010303Sunday, March 3rd, 1901View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Laura Markle54755475Laura MarkleLaura Markle
19010306Wednesday, March 6th, 1901View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Oliver Kirp57375737Oliver FirpOliver Firp
19010315Friday, March 15th, 1901View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.May Lewis53375337May LewisMay Lewis
19010514Tuesday, May 14th, 1901View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Edna Heckenhouer52455245Edna HeckenhouerEdna Heckenhouer
19010516Thursday, May 16th, 1901View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mrs H C Stratton52075207Annie C. StrattonAnnie C. Stratton
19010531Friday, May 31st, 1901View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs H. C. Wall57805780Mrs. H. C.R. WallMrs. H. C.R. Wall
19010603Monday, June 3rd, 1901View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Nellie Russey57785778Nellie RusseyNellie Russey
19010615Saturday, June 15th, 1901View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Nellie Russey57785778Nellie RusseyNellie Russey
19010618Tuesday, June 18th, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksMrs Louis Foldrich54575457Mrs. Louis C FoldrichMrs. Louis C Foldrich
19010627Thursday, June 27th, 1901View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.C. M. Tildrow58085808C. M. GildenC. M. GildenNumber 46 marked after patron's name
19010629Saturday, June 29th, 1901View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Nellie Russey57785778Nellie RusseyNellie Russey
19010715Monday, July 15th, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksEthel Cates33753375Ethel CatesEthel Cates
19010715Monday, July 15th, 1901View Page1178811788Armazindy.Armazindy.Mrs Clara Hettel47654765Clara L. HettelClara L. Hettel
19010725Thursday, July 25th, 1901View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs Edith Manor47604760Edith ManorEdith Manor
19010824Saturday, August 24th, 1901View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Grace Powers51555155Grace PowersGrace Powers
19010914Saturday, September 14th, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksJohn De Young57915791John O E GorryJohn O E Gorry
19010921Saturday, September 21st, 1901View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Samuel Sutton38043804S. R. SuttonS. R. Sutton
19010928Saturday, September 28th, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksBeatrice Turner58655865Beatrice TurnerBeatrice Turner
19011012Saturday, October 12th, 1901View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Mrs. Leon Houze37403740Mrs. Leon HouzeMrs. Leon Houze
19011014Monday, October 14th, 1901View Page1178811788Armazindy.Armazindy.Thos. Harrison57145714Thos. HarrisonThos. Harrison
19011105Tuesday, November 5th, 1901View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Jas Lightbody37513751James LightbodyJames Lightbody
19011111Monday, November 11th, 1901View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Daisy Cecil54835483Daisy CecilDaisy Cecil
19011116Saturday, November 16th, 1901View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Beatrice Turner58665866Daisy HamiltonDaisy HamiltonPatron ID of Daisy Hamilton
19011116Saturday, November 16th, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksArthur N. Loyd45664566A N LoydA N Loyd
19011116Saturday, November 16th, 1901View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Maude Troxel57085708Maud TroxellMaud Troxell
19011118Monday, November 18th, 1901View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Gertie Foreman34683468Gertie FoormanGertie Foorman
19011223Monday, December 23rd, 1901View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksOtto KnackPatron ID partially illegible ?3?2
19011230Monday, December 30th, 1901View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.F.D. Reiley56525652F. D. ReileyF. D. Reiley
19020121Tuesday, January 21st, 1902View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Marie Norwell52395239Marie L. NorwellMarie L. Norwell
19020206Thursday, February 6th, 1902View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Maude Farrington49554955Maud FarringtonMaud Farrington
19020303Monday, March 3rd, 1902View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksWalter McConnell59465946Walter McConnellWalter McConnell
19020303Monday, March 3rd, 1902View Page076867686Old-fashioned roses.Old-fashioned roses.Mattie Robinson58975897Miss. Mattie RobinsonMiss. Mattie Robinson
19020304Tuesday, March 4th, 1902View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Bertie Reisor58545854Bertie ReisorBertie Reisor
19020311Tuesday, March 11th, 1902View Page076827682Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Sketches in prose and occasional verses.Walter McConnell59465946Walter McConnellWalter McConnell
19020314Friday, March 14th, 1902View Page098469846Afterwhiles.Afterwhiles.Raymond Robbins37133713Rainard RobbinsRainard Robbins
19020324Monday, March 24th, 1902View Page1178811788Armazindy.Armazindy.Mrs. S.M. Johnson60816081Mrs. S. M. JordanMrs. S. M. Jordan
19020325Tuesday, March 25th, 1902View Page1178711787The flying islands of the night.The flying islands of the night.Walter McConnell59465946Walter McConnellWalter McConnell
19020421Monday, April 21st, 1902View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Mrs. James Prixley46014601Mrs. Jas. PixleyMrs. Jas. Pixleyfixed patron number (orig. 4609)
19020426Saturday, April 26th, 1902View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksMrs. Dora Mitchell42424242Mrs. Dora MitchellMrs. Dora Mitchell
19020607Saturday, June 7th, 1902View Page076847684Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Neighborly poems on friendship, grief and farm-life.Mamie Lash54115411Mannie LoshMannie Losh
19020611Wednesday, June 11th, 1902View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Marie Lash54115411Mannie LoshMannie Losh
19020718Friday, July 18th, 1902View Page1178611786Green fields and running brooks.Green fields and running brooks.Goley Shindler61726172L. B. BargerL. B. Barger
19020922Monday, September 22nd, 1902View Page1264212642Home-folksHome-folksLouise Maick58775877Louise MaickLouise Maick
19020927Saturday, September 27th, 1902View Page1177411774Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Pipes o' Pan at Zekesbury.Mrs. Maude Somers52675267Mrs. Maude SomersMrs. Maude Somers26 written after patron's name
19021016Thursday, October 16th, 1902View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Mrs. L.M. Coons62536253Mrs. L. M. CoonsMrs. L. M. Coons
19021030Thursday, October 30th, 1902View Page076857685Rhymes of childhood.Rhymes of childhood.Blanch House50205020Blanche HouseBlanche House