Louisa Whitfield-Smith, outreach libraian for the Kansas City, Kan. public library shows off the Little Free Library that she helped start next to the bus stop at Seventh and Minnesota Avenue.
Louisa Whitfield-Smith, outreach libraian for the Kansas City, Kan. public library shows off the Little Free Library that she helped start next to the bus stop at Seventh and Minnesota Avenue. Roy Inman
Louisa Whitfield-Smith, outreach libraian for the Kansas City, Kan. public library shows off the Little Free Library that she helped start next to the bus stop at Seventh and Minnesota Avenue. Roy Inman

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June 21, 2016 05:46 PM

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