Small-Town Doctor, by Mark Fritz is now available at the Society. It is the story of a man, his profession, his town and his times as told by the doctor’s receipts. What was it like being a doctor in two small towns in the Susquehanna Valley from 1882 to 1929? Read this book to see what his receipts reveal about his profession and his family and lifestyle. Mark will be presenting Two Perspectives on World War I, based on a chapter from his book. Please join us on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, 6:30 p.m. at the Bloomsburg Public Library. Signed copies will be available or you may purchase from the Publications tab above.