In honor of National Poetry Month, there is currently an exhibit on the second floor of the library that displays poetry in various forms. Part of the poetry selection comes from the personal collections of library staff, including books and poetry on cards. Some of the items have been found in books and materials donated to the Hatfield Library. Below are images of the display.
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