Who: Elisabeth, open to whomever When: Late Morning-ish Where: American Library
The past few weeks had been interesting at the library, not that anyone else besides the staff would have noticed. Director Reeder's departure had left a vacuum that the Countess de Chambrun had stepped into; in Elisabeth's opinion, she would never actually fill it. So had begun yet another period of uncertainty at the library, with everyone wondering if they could keep their subscription number high enough to have the funds to continue - assuming the Germans even let them. After all, Dr. Fuchs could only do so much for them.
Elisabeth pondered all of this as she sat in her place behind the Circulations Desk, idly thumbing through a recently returned book in between checking the cards of the entering patrons.