Sunday, September 4, 2011

The Post-Irene Schulz Library Needs Your Help

Originally posted HERE.

Tom Spurgeon points me in the direction of this update on the Schulz Library in Vermont, post-Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene:
Against many odds, and with the amazing help of our friends, I’m thrilled to announce on behalf of The Center for Cartoon Studies community that the entire Schulz Library collection is safe and secure in the dry storage area of the Telegraph Building, a few blocks from where it once resided in the old firehouse. However, given the hectic nature of moving the books in the wee hours of the morning with the sound of risinig water a few feet away and emergency lights blazing, the collection is a bit jumbled.
The immediate task at hand is to get the books organized and ready to move to wherever the library will be next.
Volunteers in the area to help sort and store books are invited to email Caitlin McGurk at to find out when and how they can help, and the rest of us can donate to the library’s reconstruction effort.

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