Catawba County Library in its second home, the Matthias Barringer house. The restored log house served as the library and the history museum from 1946 until its destruction by fire in February 1952. This bookmobile, the county's third, served from...
Cover title.; Proceedings of a statewide conference on records hosted by the North Carolina State Historical Records Advisory Board.; Supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, Washington, D.C.
Charting Our Future, the State-wide Conference on Records (2001 : Raleigh, N.C., Jane S. McKimmon Center for Extension)
The Catawba County bookmobile, known as the Mobile Unit, traveled more than 11,000 miles annually to serve the county. Its monthly schedule included 527 service stops and 11 schools. Beginning in 1938, the bookmobile operated until 1989.