To go along with yesterday’s post, is this little gem. The Bicentennial Committee wanted to include the children, so, Dr. Williams created a coloring book for them. It gives the early history of Monroe in an easy to read format along with pages they can color, hand drawn by Dr. Williams.
This coloring book is even more scarce than the booklets. I have NEVER seen one for sale. There is one in the library’s Special Collections Department and one in Reference at Main.