Wayne County Public Library January Window Displays

Take the long walk all the way down the hall to see the large-format prints in our west end gallery window display in January 2014.

Take the long walk all the way down the hall to see the large-format prints in our west end gallery window display in January 2014.


The Wayne County Historical Society was given the opportunity to display a small cross section of images from our growing Digital Collection catalog at the Wayne County Public Library from January 6th – 31st, 2014.

Digital Collection volunteer S. Zimmerman getting the large-format prints arranged in the 4 east end gallery windows at the Wa. Co. Public Library.

Digital Collection volunteer S. Zimmerman getting the items arranged in the 4 east end gallery windows at the Wa. Co. Public Library.

You can find the large-format prints in the window displays on the Library main level down the long hall where the conference rooms are located off the south building entrance. We have placed items in four of the east end gallery windows and the far west end gallery. In the display case located on the second-floor by the elevator you can view some of the smaller-format prints from the collection.

Be sure to make a visit to the Wayne County Public Library in January and take some time to view the Wayne County Historical Society Digital Collection window displays on the first and second floors. However, if you cannot make it to the Library in January you can always view any of the 1,470 images we have cataloged online at http://digitalcollection.waynehistoricalohio.org

The display case on the second floor of the Wa. Co. Public Library is filled with small-format prints from the Digital Collection.

The display case on the second floor of the Wa. Co. Public Library is filled with small-format prints from the Digital Collection.

Be sure to walk around the display case on the second floor to see the small-format prints on the backside.

Be sure to walk around the display case on the second floor to see the small-format prints on the backside.

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