The Dorsch Building Celebrates 100 years of Service

  The Dorsch Memorial Branch Library celebrates 100 years of service in the Dorsch Building!  Monroe’s beautiful Library formally opened to the public on March 6, 1916. One hundred years later, more than 35,000 items, including books, periodicals,...

Custer’s Black White Man – Isaiah Dorman

Little is known about the early life of Custer’s interpreter Isaiah Dorman.  Sources conflict on his birth year and place.  It has been written that he was born a free man in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania while other sources state that he was born a slave...

Flint Kids – Where To Donate

Nationwide attention has been paid to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. People near and far wonder how to help and where to donate. According to a post on the Flint Public Library’s Facebook page, the Community Foundation of Greater Flint is the suggested contact...
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