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Librarians Make The Most Fascinating People

Or should I say, fascinating people become librarians. Either way, start asking your local librarian about what he or she does all day and you're sure to have an interesting story on your hands. Take for instance the New York Public Library's very own Librarian to the Stars, David Smith. Not only was he profiled in the New York Times, he also reveals in his latest interview with Gothamist that he helped George Carlin find a 1946 edition of Ripley's Believe it Or Not. Fascinating indeed!

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