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What were the pressing issues, outrages, and comic bunglings in the Keys during the 1970s? The Key West Friends of the Library funded digitization of our collection of Solares Hill publications. Now, the Florida Digital Newspaper Library at the University of Florida is hosting the collection, starting with these earliest issues.
This image is part of a larger ink drawing by Jerry Miller to accompany an article by Thurlow Weed, “Key West Is Probably Valid”; find it on page 4 of the Summer 1972 issue.
Find more here: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/l/AA00031905
Florida Historian, Tom Hambright, is a big fan of C-Span. Now it appears that C-Span is a big fan of Tom! Check out his recent interview for the Book TV Cities Tour:
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The Library’s collection of downloadable eBooks for kids just grew larger. Perfect for travel, the beach, or extra innings of big sib’s game, these books won’t get lost, ripped, wet, or chewed up. Titles may be downloaded to iPads, Kindles, even smartphones and are yours (and theirs) for up to 2 weeks. Then they return themselves…Sweet.
The new Kids eBook portal is easier to navigate with larger book covers, subject headings, even reading levels to discover that perfect eBook. Grownups can feel confident that eBooks from this site are all kid-friendly.