What does the Library mean to you?
The American Library in Paris will be celebrating 100 years in 2020. Mark this important moment in the Library’s history by sharing your stories and memories about your time as a member. The Library might've been a place where you studied, read, met with friends and colleagues, or bonded with like-minded book lovers. Please take a few minutes to fill out the form. You are free to give us your name and contact information or remain anonymous. We thank you for your time and thoughts.
Your last name, first name
Your Email Address
Are you a Library member?
Yes, I'm a Library member.
No, I'm not a Library member.
I was a past Library member.
If you were a past Library member, please indicate the years or decade when you were member.
Please tell us if you were affiliated with the Library.
I was a Library volunteer or intern.
I was a speaker at a Library program.
I was a Library staff member.
I was on the Library Board of Trustees.
What do libraries mean to you?
What does the American Library in Paris mean to you?
What is your favorite memory of a program at the Library?
What book made you a reader?
In one sentence, please share why people should support the American Library in Paris.
I give the Library permission to use my story in marketing materials.
Yes, I give my permission.
No, I don't give my permission.
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