Lynn Hornsby takes a look through a book last week at the Friends of York County Library's book sale at Pope John Center at The Oratory off Charlotte Avenue in Rock Hill. Adults and children could buy books by the inch -- as well as videos, DVDs, audiobooks and surplus library equipment. The sale ended Saturday.
Lynn Hornsby takes a look through a book last week at the Friends of York County Library's book sale at Pope John Center at The Oratory off Charlotte Avenue in Rock Hill. Adults and children could buy books by the inch -- as well as videos, DVDs, audiobooks and surplus library equipment. The sale ended Saturday.
Lynn Hornsby takes a look through a book last week at the Friends of York County Library's book sale at Pope John Center at The Oratory off Charlotte Avenue in Rock Hill. Adults and children could buy books by the inch -- as well as videos, DVDs, audiobooks and surplus library equipment. The sale ended Saturday.

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