Heaviest Book Shelved On The Top Shelf In A Public Library By A Page Less Than 4'8" Tall

United States Thomas Ford Memorial Library

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Western Springs, Illinois, United States / April 13, 2011

Library page Mary Baker shelved a book weighing 9.6 pounds on the top shelf at the Thomas Ford Memorial Library.

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- must set record in a public library
- page must be 4' 8" (1.42 meters) tall or shorter
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  • response to this attempt United States jon landerman

    jon landerman

    So...A short person...climbed on a stool. Am I understanding this correctly?

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