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In N.Y.C. 5th Liberty Loan Parade
Glass plate slide showing an ALA float advertising its book drive for American service personnel in a New York City parade during the 5th Liberty Loan campaign of World War I
City Gas Co. Window, Detroit Book Campaign
Glass plate slide showing a window display advertising the ALA's book drive for American service personnel
A Successful Day, New York City, Book Campaign, 1918
Glass plate slide showing large piles of books donated for American service personnel on the steps of the New York City public library
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
"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...
Camp Bowie Float
Glass plate slide depicting servicemen riding on an American Library Association float. Caption reads: "Camp Bowie Float, United War Work Campaign, Fort Worth (Texas), November 1918" Slogans on the float...
Seven Million Books
Glass plate slide reads "The American people through the A. L. A. sent seven million books to men at war. Men, women and children at home need libraries too."
Camp Travis Float
Glass plate slide shows two servicemen posing with a car that is decorated like a ship. Sign on side of car reads: "American Library Association Has Sent More Than a Million Books Overseas and Must Send...
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...
Books for Everybody
Glass plate slide with the words: "Books for everybody. Ask your library or write to the A. L. A. 24 West 39th St. New York."
Sixty Million Americans
Glass plate slide with the words: "Sixty-million Americans lack adequate libraries. The A. L. A. 'Books for Everybody' fund needs your support."
Two Million Dollars Needed
Glass plate slide with the words; "Two-million dollars needed by A. L. A. for 'Books for Everybody' fund. 24 West 39th St. New York."
Library Services for every Man, Woman and Child
Glass plate slide reads "It is the responsibility of the American Library Association to encourage and promote the development of library services for every man, woman and child in America."
BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY
Glass plate slide reads "Books for everybody. The Aim of the American Library Association."
Glass plate slide reads "Technical books in libraries are advertised to men in business and industry."
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?"
Seventy Percent has No Access
Glass plate slide reads "Seventy per cent of the entire population of the United States has no access to libraries and reading rooms."
Uncle Sam Window Display
Glass plate slide. Window display featuring Uncle Sam offering a book to a serviceman reading in a bunker. Caption reads: "CITY GAS CO. WINDOW DETRIOT BOOK CAMPAIGN MARCH 1919"
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