Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Be all you can be?

What do you think of when you hear the slogan - be all you can be? U.S. Army recruiting - right? But that slogan hasn't always belonged to the Army -- in 1968 it was the theme for the American Library Association's National Library Week commemoration. In those years, l-o-n-g before e-mail, advertising was sometimes done on mailed items by using customized metering stamp on envelopes:

April 2008 marks the 50th Anniversary of National Library Week celebrations in the U.S. -- watch this space for more information about activities happening in your library!

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