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Carnegie Becomes 80th Library Customer

Carnegie Public Library’s recent addition of, “Not Far From The Tree,” makes it the 80th Library to add one of ESE, Inc.’s ESETOMES books to it Collection, the Company announced today. Based in East Liverpool, Ohio, the Library was funded by industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, whose uncle lived in East Liverpool. Along with the Steubenville, Ohio library, it was the first library in Ohio funded by Carnegie. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in March 1980.

I’m very excited to see my Memoir going into a National Register of Historic Places. As I look at our Library Customer list, it is fast becoming a veritable “Who’s Who” in terms of being comprised of some of the most prestigious and acclaimed Libraries in the U.S. If a prospective Librarian wants to know if our ESETOMES books are credible, our list of existing Library clientele provides proof positive,” said ESE, Inc. CEO Eric Simmons.

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