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Library receives free copy of new volume of Pine Log Echoes

Franklin Memorial Library has received the latest installment of the Pine Log Echoes books, free of charge. Co-author Mary Ann Smith visited the local library on August 12 and made the presentation to Manager Gladys Collins.

The library has an extensive genealogy room for the public’s use, and Volume 3 of the series that chronicles Emanuel history will now live at Franklin Memorial from here on out as a perfect complementary element of the room.

Smith, along with Missy Elder, published the latest volume of Pine Log Echoes in conjunction with the Emanuel County Historic Society last month.

The two authors were also on hand for a book signing event at Main Street Market this Saturday, August 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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