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Library card catalog

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It really hasn't changed - From card catalog to data base. From Card Catalog To The Book On The Shelf

One of a series of library education posters designed by Peabody Visual Aids in the 1930s and 1940s, which I salvaged from a throw-away pile at my library school in 2003. These were created under the supervision of visionary librarian Ruby Ethel Cundiff. bit.ly/qWQ3YD. Many thanks to Gabriel Jaramillo at the Claremont Colleges Digital Library for the high-quality digitization.

DIY Library Card Catalog - My Happy Simple Living

A DIY Library Card Catalog built out of a dresser. Turn any dresser into a faux library card catalog with this simple tutorial.

If you refinish vintage or antique furniture, then you know removing veneer can be a real chore. Using a heat gun makes the process a lot easier as you'll see in this vintage card catalog makeover using a Wagner FURNO heat gun. #ad #diywagner #furnituremakeover #heatgun #yardsalefinds #cardcatalog

Wait until you see what this vintage card catalog looks like now. It got a makeover with a Wagner FURNO heat gun, paint and stain. #ad #diywagner

Library Card Catalog Wallpaper

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Today, people use the antique wooden cabinets to store their knick-knacks. But these card catalogs once held the keys to a world of information. A new Library of Congress book explores their history.

Today, people use the antique wooden cabinets to store their knick-knacks. But these card catalogs once held the keys to a world of information. A new Library of Congress book explores their history.

Golden Boys and Me: Library Card Catalog TV Stand

Hello friends! I recently gave our family room a bit of a makeover and I'm excited to share it with you today. If you are following along on Instagram (where I post much more frequently - you can find me here), you already saw a picture or two but I will share more of the room in this post. I mentioned in an blog post earlier this year that I was looking for a vintage piece of furniture for our family room television. I'd grown tired of the look of the big white wall unit that housed our tv…