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Rob Blomberg on the Woods Hole Library & Woods Hole Historical Museum

"A writer from the Readers' Digest in 1961, on the way to the Vineyard, found that he had missed the boat with his family. He had himself, his wife, and three children, and wandered around and ended up going to the library, and spent over two hours there. And he had the comment afterwards, 'This is by far the friendliest place in this little town.'"

Vice President of the library Board and Museum tour guide Rob Blomberg discusses two Woods Hole institutions, complete with a virtual tour. This oral history interview was conducted by Troy Clarkson on July 30, 2021 at Falmouth Community Television.


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Rob Blomberg on the Woods Hole Library & Woods Hole Historical Museum