The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center recently completed scanning a set of materials from Montgomery County Public Library. Included were several photograph albums featuring students at Troy Elementary School building and playing with marionettes. The albums belonged to Helen Poole, who taught the puppets class to sixth graders at Troy Elementary for many years. The albums span the 1960s-1970s.
Other materials from Montgomery County include several items related to the history of the libraries in the county, including plans for the Biscoe Public Library, the dedication program for Montgomery County Public Library in 1979, and a drawing of the original Douglas W. Brooks Public Library.