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Found in the collection of Count Alain de Suzannet of Switzerland, a series of drawings and writings of Greensboro native William Sydney Porter has recently been bought for the Greensboro Public Library. Porter, better known as O. Henry, drew political cartoons and several of these, along with part of a script to his play â€œLo,â€ are included in the collection.\r\n
The Greensboro Library, a $1.3 project, opened on July 14, 1964. A four-story structured located across from City Hall, the library held 650,000 titles for its 130,000 residents.