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Alabama City Library, Gadsden, Alabama - Back of Postcard
Printed on the back of postcard: Alabama City Library, 2700 Elliott Avenue, Gadsden, Alabama. 35904
A Branch of the Gadsden Public Library
This ancient landmark reflects the beauty of the old South....
Court House, Birmingham, Alabama - Back of Postcard
Printed on the back of postcard: Court House, Birmingham, ALA. Jefferson County's $3,000,000 Court House, one of the handsomest in the South is constructed of white Indiana limestone and marble. The jail...
Carnagie Library, Decatur, Alabama - Front of Postcard
Printed on the front of postcard: Carnagie Library, Decatur, Ala.
Handwritten: This has been built one year. I'm doing well [name]
Postal Stamped: Dubuque, Iowa. 1- AM'07
Dr. Frank P. Hill's Party in Atlanta, Georgia
Bedell, D. B., Mrs.; Gilbert, C. B., Mrs.; Hill, Frank Pierce, 1855-1941; Hill, Frank Pierce, Mrs.; Prescott, Harriet B.; Underhill, Caroline M.; Wood, Robert, Mrs.
Picture #25: From Left (in one row): Mrs. Wood / Mrs. Hill / Miss C. M. Underhill / F. P. Hill / Miss H. Prescott / Mrs. Bedell / Mrs. Gilbert Negative in 12,595
Phoenix Public Library, Phoenix, Arizona - Back of Postcard
Printed on the back of postcard: Phoenix Public Library, Phoenix, Arizona.
Located on the Civic Center grounds, it is one of the most modern and complete in the Southwest. A few of its special features...
A Group of Librarians in Atlanta, Georgia
Browne, Nina E.; Green, Samuel Swett, 1837-1918; Lane, William Coolidge, 1859-1931; Wallace, Anne (Mrs. Howland); Woodward, Mayor of Atlanta; Smith, Burton; Smith, Burton, Mrs.
Picture #22: From Left (in one row): S. S. Green / Burton Smith / Miss A. Wallace / Mr. W. C. Lane / Miss Nina Browne / Mrs. Burton Smith / Mayor Woodward of Atlanta
Division Photographers use Library, Camp Travis, Texas
Glass plate slide showing servicemen and one female librarian in a base library at Camp Travis, Texas
Library, Camp Jackson, S.C.
Glass plate slide showing exterior of ALA library at Camp Jackson, SC. The caption indicates that this building was one of 43 built by the ALA for the American armed forces
African-American Serviceman Reading Aloud
Glass plate slide showing a group of African-American servicemen, with one soldier in the middle reading to the rest. Caption reads: ""Colored Soldier Reading Aloud to Illiterate Mates, Gordon, GA.""
A Different Book-Cart & A Good Sign
Glass plate slide showing a hospital library reading room. Caption reads ""A Different Book-Cart & A Good Sign, Debark. Hosp. No. 5"" Sign in background reads ""Take any book you want. Please return books...
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...
A Single Magazine is Popular
Glass plate slide image features three army soldiers crowding around one magazine. Caption reads: "A Single Magazine is Popular."
Glass plate slide reads "One hundred thousand copies of the poster 'Knowledge Wins' have been distributed from Library War Service headquarters. Is it posted in your town?"
A Lull in the Battle of Menin Road
Glass plate slide showing two soldiers resting on a couch outside, one is reading. Caption reads "A lull in the Battle of Menin Road. Brit. Official Photo."
Camp Library, U.S. Naval Training Camp, Pelham Bay Park, New York
Sailors lingering outside of the camp library, one has a gun over his shoulder.
A Group of Librarians in Kaaterskill - Catskill Mountains, New York
Wilson, Halsey William, 1868-1954; Keogh, Andrew, 1869-1953; Wilson, Halsey William, Mrs.; Wright, Purd B.; Gould, Charles Henry, 1855-1919; Eastman, Linda Anne, 1867-1963; Ahern, Mary Eileen, 1860-1938; Brown, Walter Lewis, 1861-1931; Burpee, Lawrence J.; Robbins, Mary E.; Van Valkenburg, Agnes
From Left (in one row): H. W. Wilson / Andrew Keogh / Mrs. Wilson /Purd Wright / Miss L. A. Eastman / C. H. Gould /Miss Ahern / Miss M. E. Robbins / W. L. Brown / Miss Van Valkenburg /...
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