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On January 23, 1934, First Selectman S. Leslie Spencer hands the keys to the Library to Rev. William C. H. Moe, President of the Guilford Library Association. Looking on, left to right, are Lena A. Shelley, Library Director, Edith B. Nettleton,…

Edith B. Nettleton visits with Katie Fargo (left) and Nancy Wardell at the 101st birthday celebration on Nettleton.

Edith B. Nettleton and Nancy Elderbaum promote the library's Book and Bake Sale in the annual Guilford Fair Parade in 2003.

Edith B. Nettleton works with microfilm in the Guilford Free Library's Historical Room.

Edith B. Nettleton greets a well-wisher at a reception during Edith B. Nettleton Day on June 12, 2003 at the Guilford Free Library.

Library Director Edith B. Nettleton discusses plans for the new building for the Guilford Free Library with architect Paul Mitarachi and Assistant Library Director Jean Baldwin in 1972.

Edith B. Nettleton working as a volunteer at the Guilford Free Library.

Library Director Edith B. Nettleton stands outside the library with building committee members in 1974.

Edith B. Nettleton and Jean Baldwin working in the Technical Services area of the Guilford Free Library in 1972.

After serving as the library director for 44 years, Edith B. Nettleton volunteered for another 37 years in the library's Historical Room. Nettleton is shown here working in the Historical Room in 1977.