2) This is a piece from the roof of Carnegie Library. When the old roof was replaced, I was a student at Carnegie Library School. A crew of workmen tore off the copper edging and threw it down to the ground to be carted away. Miss Sarah Vann, who taught cataloging in the library school, had gotten a hold of a lion's head and put it on the wall between the windows of our study hall. I admired it, in fact, coveted it. She told me that she had gotten it from a man named Mr. Brown, known as Brownie, who was stationed in the attic of the library. With permission, I went up into that dark cavern and called "Brownie? Brownie!" Out of the gloom Brownie appeared and I made my request. "I can do it," he said, "but it will cost you. How many do you want?" I asked how much it would cost. "I'll have to charge you a dollar a piece," he said. I took three lion's heads - two for friends, and one now in the Elizabeth Nesbitt Room.