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Hundreds of people converged at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park to take advantage of thousands of used books available last weekend during the Friends of the Library’s annual fall book sale. Even the weather stayed away long enough for avid readers to get great deals on everything from history to politics and children’s books. By Bob Sofaly.
Hundreds of people converged at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park to take advantage of thousands of used books available last weekend during the Friends of the Library’s annual fall book sale. Even the weather stayed away long enough for avid readers to get great deals on everything from history to politics and children’s books. By Bob Sofaly.
Hundreds of people converged at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park to take advantage of thousands of used books available last weekend during the Friends of the Library’s annual fall book sale. Even the weather stayed away long enough for avid readers to get great deals on everything from history to politics and children’s books. By Bob Sofaly.

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