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LSU Libraries Participates in Louisiana Book Festival

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On Saturday, November 2, LSU Libraries staffed a booth at the Louisiana Book Festival on the grounds of the State Capitol. Twenty-five thousand people attended the Festival throughout the day, and more than a dozen volunteers from the LSU Libraries’ staff handed out bags, pens, pencils, cards, and especially information about the services LSU Libraries has to offer. The Libraries also held a raffle of donated books.

LSU Libraries at LA Book Festival 2

LSU Libraries…

LSU Libraries at LA Book Festival 1

…at the LA Book Festival!

Paul Hrycaj is a Research & Instruction Librarian at the LSU Libraries.

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