World Wide Web Turns 30

As folks on the internet celebrate the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at our very first website from 2003. We can remember being so excited to have a presence on the web that gave people a place to visit for library information.

From our website you could find out when the grand opening for our new location would be, search our online catalog, get a list of our new releases, and see what programs were coming up.

When you’re finished taking a stroll down memory lane, take a look at the Verge’s article showcasing the first versions of many popular websites.

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