Artifacts at Harris Branch Library in Granger, IN

Transit of Venus history and information at Harris Branch Library, Granger, INTransit of Venus history and information at Harris Branch Library, Granger, INAn exhibit of Transit of Venus artifacts and visit web site viagra no doctor information is open to the public at the Harris Branch Library in Granger, IN, with a portion of the display offering a glimpse into the US Naval Observatory expeditions from the perspective of Assistant Photographer Irvin Stanley of www.worcestercountybar.org Indiana.  This is the first of two main exhibits in the region, with a second set of display cases to feature the transit of Venus theme on the viagra best online store canada campus of Notre Dame.  Concurrently, individual historical artifacts are distributed locally at businesses and institutions as part of the TROVE Adventure treasure hunt.

The display in the left of the foyer as you enter will remain in place through May, whereas the exhibit on http://cngnewengland.com/purchase-cialis-soft-tabs the right with the Irvin Stanley content will remain in place through the June 5 transit of Venus.  The library, which also hosts the Transit of Venus in Pastels art exhibit, is one of touchstoneclimbing.com the stops on the exclusive Transit of Venus motor coach tour on June 5.

Thanks to Sally Bosken, Librarian at the USNO Library for her assistance in providing the material.


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