Scream Queens The complete first season

Versailles Season one

Scott and Bailey Season Three

Scott and Bailey season Two

Outsiders Season One

Foyle’s War Set 6

Heartland Season 9

Fear the Walking Dead The complete second season

Homeland Season Five

New Tricks Season 12

Sleepy Hollow The Complete Third Season

Bones The Complete Eleventh season

Rizzoli & Isles The Complete Sixth season

Rizzoli & Isles The Seventh and Final Season

The Haunting Season 7

Scream The Complete First Season

The Orignals The Complete Third Season

Shetland season 3

The Doctor Blake Mysteries Season Two

The Doctor Blake Mysteries Season Three

Underground Season 1

Scandal The Complete Fourth Season

Scorpion Season one




Broadcast journalist Sheinelle Jones was born on April 16, 1978. She aspired to become a television reporter as a child and achieved her dream career after graduating from Northwestern University where she was a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha.  She worked in various news markets including those in Springfield, Illinois, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she hosted “Good Day, Philadelphia” for nine years. She currently serves as co-anchor on “Weekend Today” and anchors programs on MSNBC.  Her combination of integrity, humor, and beauty has made her a popular figure on all of the NBC News broadcasts. She has three children.



Local parents know two things about the library. Children love books and they love Miss Tracey!  As Youth Services Librarian she serves as the first and best impression our library makes on our youngest and newest patrons. Her Storytime Programs combine creativity, crafting, stories, song, and a nurturing interest in every child! That is an amazing and proven recipe for success in motivating these children to become regular readers and library supporters!




Thurgood Marshall became the first black Justice of the Supreme Court in 1967. He was  born  on July 2, 1908. He attended Lincoln University and the Howard University School of Law.  He began a 25 year association with the N.A.A.C.P. and successfully won the Brown Vs. the Board of Education case that ruled that segregated schools were unconstitutional. He was appointed Solicitor General in 1965 and at that time became the highest ranking black government official in history. He was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Johnson in 1967 and served until 2  He retired in 1991  and died on January 24, 1993.  He was a frank critic of some aspects of the U.S. Constitution and acknowledged that the document had grown and developed over time to correct and address flaws in its original content.

Here are a few random photos that show exactly how much fun patrons young and old have at Miss Tracey’s widely cherished and frequently praised Storytime Programs!





Ann Lowe was the first prominent black fashion designer. She was born in 1898 and her remarkable dress designs enabled her to gradually build a business and establish a wealthy and socially elite clientele.  She opened Ann Lowe’s Gowns on Lexington Avenue and her fame led to her most celebrated design: Jacqueline Bouvier’s wedding gown! The dress was made of fifty yards of silk taffeta and became a global sensation as photos from the wedding of Bouvier to Senator John F. Kennedy in 1953 made headlines.  Ann Lowe always prided herself on her wealthy clients and called herself “a snob.” She was also known in  upper crust circles as “society’s best kept secret.”  She retired in 1972 and died on February 25, 1981.

Wedding Portrait Of Jacqueline Bouvier