Volume 14 Issue 3, Fall 2007
When the Board of Trustees for the Simsbury Free Library met for the first time on August 24, 1874, their first act was to elect Amos F. Eno president of the board in absentia. Five days later the board accepted Mr. Eno’s written resignation from the post. He never held any other office nor is there any record of his ever attending a meeting, but he remained a member of the board until his death forty-one years later.
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