A number of toasts (and more than a few roasts) celebrated San Francisco city librarian Luis Herrera, selected by the the editors of Library Journal as the 2012 Librarian of the Year. Below, a few photos from a dinner honoring Herrera on Friday, January 20, at the start of the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Dallas, TX.
For the full story on Herrera’s achievements at the San Francisco Public Library, see
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