Dave Lull Posts

Poems by Ray Smith

Four poems by the late Ray Smith, director of the Superior Public Library, 1971-75, and visiting lecturer in English at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, 1975-83, have been posted by the Wisconsin Academy Review:

Poems by Ray Smith

Duluth online chat reference service

Found on the Duluth Public Library Facebook page:

Be one of the first to try out the library’s new chat reference service! Get your questions answered in real-time by one of our librarians. Find our chat box on our “Ask Us (e-Reference)” page.

Ask Us!
e-Reference Service
duluth.lib.mn.us
Do you need information? Are you looking for an address, phone number or the answer to a short factual question?

Duluth library staff revives blog

After a hiatus of a couple of years, the Duluth Public Library Reference staff has begun posting again on its blog Reference @ Duluth.

Library staff will be providing local history articles and information about reference services at the library.

You can check out the blog at dplreference.wordpress.com or go to the library’s home page duluth.lib.mn.us and click on Local History Blog.

Duluth librarian writes book

From a Duluth Public Library Facebook posting:

Librarian writes book! Not quite as unusual as man bites dog, but it’s big news around here. Forgotten Duluthians, a book that profiles 39 people from Duluth and their accomplishments, was written by David Ouse, the library’s manager of reference services.

Included are actors and actresses, dancers, philosophers, writers, space scientists, diplomats, artists, Garfield the Cat (voice of), and Joe DiMaggio’s first wife. Forgotten Duluthians is available for purchase now at the Main Library Circulation Desk and … at both branch libraries.

The cost is $14.95 plus tax. The book can also be purchased on the library website (look at the Gift Shop page. All proceeds from sales go to the library. (And, of course, you can use your library card to check it out as well.)

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!