Many thanks to Lauren Tombari of Lafayette for lending her outstanding doll collection to LHS for display. Ms. Tombari’s collection of dolls represents the 1950’s, including clothes made by Jane Miller who lived in Lafayette at the time. Ms. Miller’s fine doll clothes could be found wherever Madame Alexander were sold. We have two complete […]
Currently in the Lafayette Library is our latest display entitlted “The Hoods”. Using materials from our archives, the exhibit traces the development of the neighborhoods of Lafayette. After you enter the library, walk forward past the media shelves and you will see the display over on the far right by the Homework room.
LHS currently has the display shown above on the Marquis de La Fayette. It tries to answer the question: Who was the Marquis de La Fayette and why are we named after him? After you enter the library, walk forward past the media shelves and you will see the display over on the far […]