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Date: Saturday, November 19, 2011 - 8:00 pm
Duration: 4 Hours
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Email: marshallpubliclibrary@gmail.com

Step back into time when you enter the library doors on Sunday, November 20th.  This will be the Grand Opening for our hosting of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition, "Thte Way We Worked".  Get a sense of Marshall's work heritage by looking at a large display of historic local business memorabilia and photos, watch a video of many local folks being interviewed about the work they did in years past and what it was like, try your hand in the "Name That Tool" contest and win tickets to the Doudna Center for Performing Arts at Eastern Illinois University.  Dr. Robert Bruno, professor of Labor History at the University of Illinois Chicago will give a brief keynote address about Illinois work history.  And you wille enjoy seeing several "Mytery Workers" walking about in authentic work attire from long ago.  Friend of the Library will provide refreshments. Don't forget the most important thing - a docent led tour of this special national exhibit! 

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