Family Gifts ViewScan to Brighton Library to Aid in Historical Research

BRIGHTON — Delving into the past is now a whole lot easier at the Brighton Public Library thanks to an $8,000 digital microfilm reader donated by the Colby family — in memory of Margaret Colby, who passed away last year. Her father, Don Colby, taught geography at East Northumberland Secondary School for 26 years and served on the library board for nine years, six years as its chair.


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