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2016 Summer Author Series Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Legendary lumberman J. E. Henry subject of next author series event
Legendary New Hampshire lumber baron James Everell Henry, a Lyman native who went on to operate several logging railroads in the White Mountains and helped develop the town of Lincoln, will be the subject of the next program in Littleton Public Library’s ongoing 2016 Summer Author Series.
The featured speaker for the series’ next scheduled event on Wednesday, August 17, will be local author and publisher Mike Dickerman, who has just compiled a new book looking back at the fascinating life of Mr. Henry. The book, titled “The Life of James Everell Henry,” features the complete text of a privately published biography of the lumberman written in 1962 by his namesake grandson, James Everell Henry II. Additionally, Dickerman has included in an extensive appendix nearly a dozen period pieces offering additional insight into Henry, his family, and the working men of his various timber-related enterprises. His Powerpoint program will feature many historical images depicting scenes from his logging operations, along with several related modern-day photographs.
Dickerman, from Littleton, is the author, co-author or editor of more than a dozen previously published books related to New Hampshire and the White Mountains. His program will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 17, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the library’s McLure Program Room.
This series will continue through the fall foliage season with presentations on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from June through October. All program will begin at 6:30p.m. in the McLure program, and are free and open to the public. Check the Adults Page for the full program schedule.
THANK YOU LITTLETON VOTERS FOR PASSING WARRANT ARTICLE 30. BEGINNING APRIL 21, THE LIBRARY WILL BE OPEN THURSDAYS FROM 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
BOOK SALE DONATIONS: The 2016 book sale will be held on Saturday, October 1 starting at 9:00 at All Saints Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 35 School Street. We are now accepting donations of books (NO textbooks or encylopedias please), audio books, and DVDs only. Please help us have a successful book sale by only donating books that are clean, free of any writing, highlighting, mildew or odors of any kind. The library has to pay to dispose of any items that cannot be put in the book sale, so we greatly appreciate your cooperation.
Due to space constraints, please pre-arrange donations with the library director if you have more than one box to donate. Please call Jeanne Dickerman at 444-5741 to make arrangements. Thank you for your cooperation.
Take a look at Littleton Public Library’s online public access catalog. Click here for more information.
- Search our complete book catalog – online!
- Read the first chapter!
- Reserve books.
- Create a Watch List.
Downloadable Audiobooks and eBooks Click here for more information.
- The Library has a new book/media return box.
- You may now return movies in the “Media” slot of the new return box at the back entrance of the library
- A $1.50 fine will be applied if movies are returned in the “Book” slot.
- Items will be checked in on the day you return them if you put them in the return box at least 30 minutes before the library closes.
Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest are available at Littleton Public Library! The library has a subscription to the library edition of Ancestry.com. This version has more search options than the home version. A new dedicated computer has been set up in the Kinne Genealogy Room.
Borrow a telescope through the NH ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY Library Telescope Program. See ADULT page for more information.