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To Springfield Township Library

Welcome to your community library! The Springfield Township Library provides for your informational, educational and recreational needs in many ways. Combining traditional with state of the art electronic resources, the library staff is here to assist you in meeting your library needs. The library is open 61 hours a week including nights and Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays. A librarian is always on duty and telephone service is available when the library is open.

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Announcements             

 

   

                    

LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 30

FOR MEMORIAL DAY

DVD'S TAKEN OUT THURSDAY MAY 26 & FRIDAY, MAY 27

ARE NOT DUE BACK UNTIL TUESDAY, MAY 31

SPRING YOUTH PROGRAMS: MONDAY, APRIL 25-FRIDAY, JUNE 3

        We are now accepting donations for our Fall Book Sale

                                           Click here for more information: Youth Programs 

                                               or the Events tab for the Activities Calendar

"Those Who Wear The Shoe Know Best Where It Pinches..."

             

The poor shoe…….having been around since the earliest civilization it evokes both disdain and high praise! In your library you can read about this well-traveled accessory by reading The Visual History of Costume Accessories..A Century of Shoes: Icons of Style in the 20th Century….and Shoes: The Complete Sourcebook!

 

Call the library (610-543-2113) for these books and other information on that most necessary foot covering!

 

PICK OF THE WEEK

A Century of Shoes: Icons of Style in the 20th Century

Reference Section

"Footwear, like fashion itself, has undergone extraordinary changes in the 20th century. New materials, manufacturing and marketing methods, the deprivations of two world wars, economic depression, and periods of prosperity have all played their part in shaping the extraordinary variety and inventiveness of shoe design."

"The authors trace the story in the 20th century--from elegant ankle boots, Perugia pumps, and David Evins' shoes for the stars, to Patrick Cox "Wannabe" loafers, and Nike sneakers. They show how styles and designs reflect the changing moods and manners of the century, and have dictated the height of a heel...the thickness of sole...the delicacy of design...and the levels of practicality and comfort."