Talk at Milan, Ohio, library

DeEtte Zimmerman, left, buys a book for her daughter in California who is a huge Titanic buff and worked on a documentary about the ship.

I presented a program about Ohio’s Titanic connections to the library in Milan, Ohio, on Wednesday, July 11. Milan is a nice little town, and the library, a brick Carnegie Library that’s 100 years old this year (same as Titanic!), is located just off the town square. Marci Reikowski, public services coordinator, arranged the program and welcomed me to the library. The crowd was small but very interested to hear about some of Ohio’s Titanic tales. Thanks for your interest!

— Mary Ann

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