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Looking Back - March 25, 2013

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In 1963
Wednesday, March 27 — The Carnegie Library received an unexpected present Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Clotfelter, librarian, received a letter bearing the postmark of the U.S. Army and Air Forces Postal Service, but bearing no return address. The message inside the letter read: “Dear Librarian: Many years ago I spent a lot of good hours in your library. Unfortunately, my moral standards weren’t highly developed, so I probably borrowed a couple of books permanently. Please accept this money in remuneration. Thank you.” Enclosed was a $20 money order made out to the library.