Adam G. Keim: "History of the Quatrefoil Library," July 2009

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Adam G. Keim: "History of the Quatrefoil Library," Friends of the Bill of Rights Foundation, Golden Valley, Minnesota, July 2009.

From the history: As the second GLBT lending library in the nation (Chicago’s Gerber/Hart has the distinction of being the first) Quatrefoil Library has a distinct history based in the founding of the collection by Dick Hewetson and David Irwin from their own GLBT book collection. Their love for collecting books, their love for the Twin Cities, and their love for their community has made what might have seemed like a distant dream at one point a reality.


The book is available, free, online at: http://www.quatrefoillibrary.org/about/QUATRE_FINAL_E-BOOK.pdf


COPYRIGHT © 2008 by the Friends of the Bill of Rights Foundation. All rights reserved. Parts of this book and its electronic version may be reproduced for editorial and research reasons. Copies of this paper version and its electronic mate may be duplicated for educational purposes by libraries and educational institutions as long as there is no sale of either paper or electronic copies. Similarly, counselors and concerned individuals may reproduce copies for free distribution.


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