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Sunday, January 4, 2009

From the FIRST MATE's
PHOTO ALBUM...

INSSAR Color Guard
DAR Historical Marker Dedication

Captain Henry Vanderburgh Chapter, NSDAR

Willard Library, Evansville, IN May 22, 2008


SAR members of the Ohio Valley INSSAR Chapter
provided the Color Guard for this DAR ceremony.
L-R: Kenneth Gilkey,
Donald Counts, Christopher Myers.
Photo taken by Peggy Gilkey.

Transcription
On The Bronze Book Plaque
(Left Page)
Welcome
to Willard Library
A Landmark of Service
Crowning Achievement
of Willard Carpenter
(Right Page)
Join Us
Read for Pleasure
Research Genealogy
Study Local History
Increase Our Knowledge

(On The Stone Marker below DAR Emblem)

Willard Carpenter, Philanthropist, Community Leader,

Founder of Willard Library 1885

Marker placed May 22, 2008

by Capt. Henry Vanderburgh Chapter NSDAR

Organized 1896, Evansville, IN

See more photos of this event at: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~inovcsar/willardlibmarker.html


This is the first photo of a new regular feature that will appear about once a week, usually on Wednesdays. Generally, one photo will be exhibited with a little info about it. The focus of the photos will be genealogical in nature or related to the tri-state area. Visitors may submit photos with who, what, where and when (if known) to me at: TSGS Cruiser

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

An example of working together. Vanderburgh Chapter DAR, Ohio Valley Chapter SAR and the dedicated staff of Willard Library.

John G. West said...

Willard Library is an excellent library all the way around; but for me, it is the genealogical/historical Special collections Department of most importance to me. And the library deserves the recognition that one of our local DAR chapters deemed it worthy to make a very attractive historical marker. Willard's staff has been the greatest since I started using the library in 1978.