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The City of Fort Worth Records Collection - Opening of Fort Worth Library Branches (1967)

Fort Worth Library

Silent | 1967

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  •  Opening of the Fort Worth Public Library South Branch, now known as Seminary South 
  •  Opening of the Fort Worth Public Library West Branch, now known as Ridglea 
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    “Snoopy” rides into the library on his motorcycle
     
  •   The check-out process  
  •  Opening of the Fort Worth Public Library Southeast Branch, now known as East Berry 
  •  The children surround Mary Poppins 
  •  Opening of the Fort Worth Public Library Northeast Branch, now known as Riverside 
 
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This series of Texas News reports from 1967 documents the opening of four Fort Worth Library branches: South (now known as Seminary South), West (now known as Ridglea), Southeast (now known as East Berry), and Northeast (now known as Riverside). For the first three ceremonies, the respective libraries adopt a literary theme, inviting visitors to step inside a particular book. The South Branch selects Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, the West Branch Charles Schulz’s Peanuts, and the Southeast Branch Mary Poppins by P. L. Travers. The Northeast Branch, on the other hand, picks a general carnival theme for its opening.