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#1436641 Sun Jan 09 2022 05:48 AM
Joined: Apr 2012
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Rustnut Offline OP
Came across this photo and a short story about how popular these mobile libraries were up in the BC area.

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1949 Chevy Bookmobile

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Rustnut #1436792 Mon Jan 10 2022 01:21 PM
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I used to own one just like it. 1948 Chevrolet. Former Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County Public Library Bookmobile.

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Rustnut #1437188 Fri Jan 14 2022 02:05 AM
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This is my home town where I was born/raised and visit just about every week. Not sure if the other side is open or not. I'm old but don't remember this one!
I do remember the next version after this one, which was a step van 55/56 or maybe 57.

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