Jerry Apps will give a talk at the Irvin L. Young Memorial Library (Whitewater’s public library at 431 W. Center St.), on Wed., Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. Apps, a former UW-Madison professor, is the author of many books.
UWW’s Andersen Library has some of his books, including Ringlingville USA: The stupendous story of seven siblings and their stunning circus success (3rd-floor Main Collection, GV1821.R5 A66 2005) and Cheese: The making of a Wisconsin tradition (3rd-floor Main Collection, SF274.U6 A66 1998).
UWW students and staff also can get Apps’ titles from other UW libraries by using the free Universal Borrowing service, which brings requested materials here in 2-4 weekdays. Among the titles available are
Living a country year: Wit and wisdom from the good old days and Every farm tells a story: A tale of family farm values .
Please ask a librarian if you would like assistance with finding and requesting materials.