1. Interior of Cincinnati Library bookmobile, circa 1940, with librarian assistant Elizabeth Wuest at work. Bookmobiles, large enough for patrons to browse and choose their books inside, eliminated many of the difficulties of winter service to remote parts of the county.

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    I live next to a church and a bookmobile used to come park there for a while every Wednesday night. They got rid of it...
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    More book bus nostalgia for Throwback Thursday!
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