Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch

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Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch
Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch is listed in the Libraries category in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Displayed below are the social networks for Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

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1060 Orlando Dr
Green Bay, WI 54304
(920) 492-4913
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Today's Throwback Thursday looks at an iconic image of Fort Howard. The photograph was done as a daguerreotype,... fb.me/8xHP1RiyI

Today's Throwback Thursday looks at an iconic image of Fort Howard. The photograph was done as a daguerreotype, the first type of photograph available. According to a letter written by Major Granville P. Haller in 1892, he describes in detail how the image was taken. “I employed an artist to take a photograph of old Fort Howard for me, from the balcony of the old Mr. Green’s hotel [Washington House]. He kept the camera open too long the first trial, and agreed to count fifteen only and then close it. On the second trial I was to pay the price of the picture whether good, bad or indifferent. The second trial was a most perfect success. The buildings and flags were perfect, but above all the blue of the sky and white clouds were there, true to nature, in color as well as form. While the artist was taking the scene I stood on the small board wharf, running into the river, as if I had just landed, while the boatmen were in the act of shoving the boat away.” This famous image was available for reproduction in April of 1882 when photographer F. W. Schneider advertised he had secured a negative of the old fort and was making prints available for the general public to purchase. To learn more about Fort Howard, visit the Neville Public Museum and their exhibit on the Life and Death at Fort Howard. #tbt


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You know what we love about our Young Adult librarians? The creative ways they make educational experiences... fb.me/8ynjihKJ0

You know what we love about our Young Adult librarians? The creative ways they make educational experiences F-U-N. It's the Amazing Race: Library Edition.


Good morning! It's Primary Election Day in Wisconsin! Unsure where to vote or what you are voting on? Go to:... fb.me/3cNWlIluv

Good morning! It's Primary Election Day in Wisconsin! Unsure where to vote or what you are voting on? Go to: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/ for all the details. #CockadoodleVote


RT @PGDougSchneider: 'Stacks & Steeples' original music series continues each Sunday, 12:30–3 pm, 'til 3/26 at @_BCLibrary, 515 Pine St, GB…

In honor of President's Day, our friends at the Wisconsin Historical Society, shared a favorite historical essay headline, "Abraham Lincoln Inspects Wisconsin's Underwear", which you can read here > http://wihist.org/2mf49jf #OtherDutiesAsAssigned