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Auctioneer Rick Schmidt (center) plies his trade at the old Bay City Branch Library, coaxing more than $20,000 out of buyers for purchase of furnishings.

"The Finest" Library Auction Nets $20,000 Plus, Far Exceeding Expectations

Abraham Lincoln Painting Goes to New Alice & Jack Wirt Library

March 12, 2006       Leave a Comment
By: Dave Rogers

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Rick Schmidt didn't need Abraham Lincoln to rake in over $20,000 from the sale of furnishings from the old Bay City Main Branch Library.

The auction on Saturday was the last public event in the 74-year history of the old Carnegie Library.
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Dave Rogers

Dave Rogers is a former editorial writer for the Bay City Times and a widely read,
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(Contact Dave Via Email at carraroe@aol.com)

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