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American Library Association Archives Digital Collections
American Library Association Archives Posters
Amos Kennedy Collection
Champaign-Urbana Historic Built Environment
Chuck Olin Digital Film Archive
Collins Collection of Irish Political Cartoons
French World War I Posters
The Faces of Abraham Lincoln
Historical Maps Online
James Reston Papers
John Starr Stewart Ex Libris Collection
Joseph Gurney Cannon's Album of Photographs of the Danville Soldier's Home
Maps of Africa to 1900
Motley Collection of Theatre and Costume Design
Paléographie des Classiques Latins
Portraits of Actors, 1720-1920
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection
Sousa Archives Music Instrument Digital Image and 3D Model Collection
Teaching with Digital Content (Digital Cultural Heritage Community)
University Honors - the Bronze Tablets
University of Illinois Built Environment
1 Horse Power Flivver Supplied by Government, Ft. Oglethorpe
Glass plate slide showing a librarian distributing donated books via horsecart outside a military hospital.
2,500,000 Books Reached France
Glass plate slide showing unidentified men in a warehouse handling books donated for use by American service personnel in France through the ALA's wartime book campaign
200,000 Wounded Soldiers want Books to Read
Glass plate slide showing a handbill advertising the ALA's book drive for American service personnel. The ad features a picture of an interracial group of convelescent soldiers at Camp Dix base hospital...
5000000 BOOKS in SERVICE
Glass plate slide. American Library Association parade float with servicemen riding inside for the United War Work Campaign; Kansas City, November 9, 1918. Large sign reads: A.L.A. 5,000,000 BOOKS in SERVICE...
'The Twins' (Chalmers Hadley and Arthur E. Bostwick) in Pasadena, California
Hadley, Chalmers, 1872-1958; Bostwick, Arthur Elmore, 1860-1942
From Left: Chalmers Hadley / Arthur E. Bostwick
Negative in 33
"Books Outweight 'Army Blues,' Loan Parade, NYC"
Glass plate slide showing an ALA float during a New York City Liberty Loan parade. The float contains a mock scale, in which donated books ""outweigh"" containers marked ""Army blues."" Two soldiers read...
"Burleson's" in the Early Days at Camp Custer
Glass plate slide showing delivery of reading materials to ALA library of Camp Custer, MI [image identical to bottom frame of image 5936]
"Grand Leader" Window, St. Louis Book Drive
Glass plate slide showing a window display advertising the St. Louis [MO] book drive for American service personnel during World War I
"New Magazines" - Base Hospital Ward, Camp Kearney, California
Glass plate slide showing librarians distributing donated books to convalescent soldiers on the porch of a military hospital in Northern California
"The Dangers of War"
Fisher, Harrison, 1877-1934
Glass plate slide showing a charcoal sketch of a nurse reading a book to a convalescent American serviceman. Note: The spotting on the image is due to imperfections on the emulsion of the slide. Art is...
A "Y" Headquarters in France
Glass plate slide showing a building with the sign "YMCA" and 5 soldiers standing in front. Caption reads "A 'Y' Headq't'r's in France. A.L.A. Supplies Reading Matter."
A Bit Chilly
Glass plate slide showing servicemen walking in front of an American Library Association Library in winter. Caption reads: ""A Bit Chilly, Great Lakes Naval Training station Library, Illinois""
A Book for Every Man (Camp Library)
Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "There is a Book for every man at the CAMP LIBRARY. Just sign your name for the book you want and take it to your ward. NO CHARGE."
A Book for Every Man (Hospital Library)
Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "There is a Book for every man at the HOSPITAL LIBRARY. Just sign your name for the book you want and take it to your ward. NO CHARGE."
A BOOK FOR EVERY SOLDIER AND SAILOR
Glass plate slide caption reads: "A BOOK FOR EVERY SOLDIER AND SAILOR The American Library Association maintains free library service at its Camp Library Building and at the Y.M.C.A. and K. of C. branches...
A Cheerful Ward - Books from Base Hospital Library, Camp Custer, Michigan
Glass plate slide showing soliders in a military hospital reading books donated by the ALA during World War I
A Columbia College Group with Ms. Hill of Newark
Baker, George H.; Brainerd, H. E.; Hill, Frank Pierce, 1855-1941; Baldwin, E. G.; Prescott, Harriet B.
Picture #2: From Left: Miss H. E. Brainerd / George H. Baker (Columbia Univ. Library) / Miss Harriet B. Prescott / Miss E. G. Baldwin / Dr. F. P. Hill
A Comfortable Corner
Glass plate slide featuring photograph of sailors relaxing on the deck of a ship. Captioned "A Comfortable Corner; Transport Mercury; April 1919"
A Corner in Books
Glass plate slide showing a librarian working amid a pile of books. Caption reads ""Mr. Wright sorts books for [Camp] Funston""
A Crew's Reading Room
Glass plate slide featuring a photograph of sailors reading below deck on a ship. Captioned "A crew's reading room."
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