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Member: WLCM

Books94 books cataloged

About meI love books, hence I opened a little non-profit 501(c)(3) library in the Sierra Foothills of Calaveras County, California, where I one day plan to retire. Dee Middleton, Founder

About my libraryThe library, which I call WLCM (Wilseyville Library and Community Museum), caters to lovers of classics -- children and adult, ancient and modern. The library is housed in a little cabin built of pine in the early 1940s. There are 28 cabins (cottages) in this historic lumber camp laid out in the fashion of a lollipop, with 10 cabins forming a circle and the rest forming the stick of the lollipop. I currently have about 2,500 books, which I am in the process of cataloging. Some books cannot leave the library, but many can be checked out by WLCM (say WeLCoMe) members. I have been asked to expand the library to include books other than the classics and I am doing just that, but very carefully to avoid taking away the library's uniqueness. I will add more information about the library over time; however, I have at least given readers a sketch of what WLCM is all about. Book enthusiasts are most welcome to visit the library. Just do a mapquest search of Blagen Boulevard at Rail Road Flat Road, Wilseyville, Californis 95257. WLCM doesn't yet have regular hours; but if you see the American Flag flying out front (clearly visible from the road as it's Cabin #1 in the camp), it means that a volunteer is there to greet you and show your around.

Real nameWilseyville Library & Community Museum

LocationWilseyville, CA 95257

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Account typeprivate, lifetime

Member sinceSep 20, 2007

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