art show




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For the months of November and December Oak Ridge Public Library is displaying photographs and prints from the Oak Ridge Room collection.

Three large aerial photographs highlight the Woodland neighborhood. The date of these photographs is uncertain, but there is a large open field where Downtown Shopping Center was built, so the images were probably taken in the early 1950s.

Also on display is Clark Center’s “diploma” from Clinton Engineer Works. Mr. Center was known as “Mr. Carbide,” and was awarded the “onery degree of Atom Buster.”

Visit the Library to view these unique items from the Oak Ridge Room collection.  


      
Would you like to share your collection or advertise your talent?
 
Not only will your collection be viewed and appreciated by library patrons, but information about the collection will also be shared on the library’s website and the Oak Ridger newspaper.

Please call the library at 425-3455 to reserve a month for your display.