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Title
Over 14,000 Hours
Creator
Mannix, Joseph
Date Created and/or Issued
2019
Publication Information
OC Public Libraries
Contributing Institution
OC Public Libraries
Collection
OC Stories Videos
Rights Information
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Description
Retired Engineer, Joseph Mannix, discusses some of the remarkable Summer Reading booths he has created for Los Alamitos-Rossmoor Library in his time volunteering there (1997 - present). Recorded August 20, 2019; Los Alamitos-Rossmoor Library, Seal Beach, CA
Type
moving image
Format
Digital Video
Identifier
172_21_113_249_2019-10-9_174822796-12386543180
http://cdm16838.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16838coll2/id/206
Language
English
Subject
Mannix, Joseph
Seal Beach (Calif.)
Volunteers

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