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  1. A. L. A. Books in Officers Reading Room
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    Glass plate slide showing servicemen reading. Caption reads: "A. L. A. Books in Officers Reading Room, Merchant Marine."
  2. ALA Dispatch Office, 31 West 15th Street, New York City
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    Glass plate slide showing the interior of the ALA's New York City dispatch office, with men and women processing donated books for war use
  3. ALA Dispatch Office, El Paso, Texas
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    Glass plate slide showing exterior street view of the ALA War Service Library in El Paso, Texas. Piles of donated books for use by American service personnel are in view behind the right window.
  4. ALA Dispatch Office, Widener Branch, Philadelphia
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    Glass plate slide showing interior of ALA dispatch office, Widener Branch, Philadelphia, with piles of donated books for use by American service personnel during World War I
  5. ALA Ex-Presidents in Alaska
    Image | 1905

    Picture #48: From Left (Standing): Dana / Richardson / Hill / Carr / H. M. Utley / Andrews Seated: Dewey / Crunden / Green
  6. ALA Ex-Presidents in Asbury Park, New Jersey
    Image | 1916

    Picture #83: Ex-Presidents (from Left): Wellman / Bostwick / Putnam / Carr / Andrews
  7. ALA Ex-Presidents in Berkeley, California
    Image | 1915

    Detail of Wyer - Negative 17
  8. ALA Ex-Presidents in Mackinac Island, Michigan
    Image | 1910

    Picture #61: The Ex-Presidents From Left: Brett / H. M. Utley / Thwaites / Putnam / Bostwick / Hodges / Andrews / Dana / Gould / Carr
  9. ALA Ex-Presidents in New Haven, Connecticut
    Image | 1931

    Picture #[no number]: From Left: Miss Bogle / Ex-President Belden / President-Elect Josephine A. Rathbone / Ex-President Meyer
  10. ALA Ex-Presidents in New Monterey Hotel, Asbury Park, New Jersey
    Image | 1916

    Picture #1916_11: ALA Ex-Presidents From Left: Wellman / Bostwick / Putnam / Carr / Andrews
  11. ALA Ex-Presidents in New Monterey Hotel, Asbury Park, New Jersey
    Image | 1916

    Picture #1916_10: ALA Ex-Presidents From Left: Wellman / Bostwick / Putnam / Carr / Andrews
  12. ALA Ex-Presidents in Pasadena, California
    Image | 1911

    Picture #64: First Row (Seating) from Left: H. M. Utley / S. S. Green / H. J. Carr / W. C. Lane Second Row (Standing): A. E. Bostwick / C. W. Andrews / F. P. Hill
  13. ALA Ex-Presidents in Saratoga Springs, New York
    Image | 1924

    Picture #104: The Ex-Presidents First Row (Seated) from Left: Bostwick / Wyer / Miss Tyler / G. B. Utley Second Row (Standing): Hadley / President J. T. Jennings / Carr / Meyer / Montgomery
  14. ALA Ex-Presidents in Saratoga Springs, New York
    Image | 1918

    Picture #89: Standing (from Left): Carr / Putnam / Wyer / Andrews / Hill / Wellman Seating on the Benches: Dewey / Mrs. Elmendorf / R. R. Bowker / President T. L. Montgomery / Bostwick
  15. ALA Ex-Presidents in Seattle, Washington
    Image | 1925

    Picture #108: The Ex-Presidents From Left: Jennings / Andrews / Bostwick / Miss Tyler / President H. H. B. Meyer / President-Elect Belden / G. B. Utley
  16. ALA Ex-Presidents in Waukesha, Wisconsin
    Image | 1900

    Picture #33: From Left: Dr. Putnam / William I. Fletcher / Henry M. Utley / President H. J. Carr
  17. ALA Library War Service Dispatch Office
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    Glass plate slide showing a workman moving packages of books destined for American service personnel as part of the ALA's national book drive during World War I
  18. ALA President Andrew Keogh in Los Angeles, California
    Image | 1930

    Picture #118: President Andrew Keogh
  19. ALA President C. H. Gould in Bretton Woods, White Mountains, New Hampshire
    Image | 1909

    Picture #58: President C. H. Gould
  20. ALA Warehouse
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    Glass plate slide with an image of a building. Caption reads: "A. L. A. Warehouse; Four Hours from Paris."
  21. A Lull in the Battle of Menin Road
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    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."
  22. American Library Association books boarding Merchant Marine vessel at New Orleans, La.
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    Men loading boxes on a ship. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. furnishes free crew's libraries to American merchant ships and through representatives at principal ports provides free library service to American seamen.
  23. American Newspaper Welcomed in France
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    Glass plate slide showing a soldier sitting outside on a cot and reading a newspaper. Caption reads "American newspaper welcomed in France. Intnt'l Film Ser. Inc."
  24. Anaheim Union High School, Anaheim, California - Front of Postcard
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    Handwritten: Library in this building. Mrs. Hargrave Librarian. Here number of times 1917-1918.
  25. And Magazines, Newspapers and Maps (Camp Library)
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    Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "And magazines, newspapers and maps on the war, your business and hobby on tap - free to every man in camp. AT THE CAMP LIBRARY"
  26. And Magazines, Newspapers and Maps (Hospital Library)
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    Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "And magazines, newspapers and maps on the war, your business and hobby on tap - free to every man in camp. AT THE HOSPITAL LIBRARY"
  27. A New England Group in Chautauqua Lake - Lakewood, New York
    Image | 1898

    Picture #19: From Left: Mr. G. M. Jones / Mrs. Jones / Miss Caroline A. Blanchard / Miss Cora Quimby / Miss Lizzie Williams / Mr. W. C. Lane
  28. An hour off duty, with American Library Association books. Merchant Marine vessel, Charleston, S.C.
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    Seamen reading on the deck of a ship. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. furnishes free crew's libraries to American merchant ships and through representatives at principal ports provides free library service to American seamen.
  29. An Overseas Box, Hoboken Dispatch Office
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    Glass plate slide showing an unidentified American sailor handling a book donated for use by service personnel during World War I
  30. A Pennsylvania Group in Chautauqua Lake - Lakewood, New York
    Image | 1898

    Picture #10: First Row from Left: Miss A. R. Dougherty / Mr. Montgomery / Miss M. P. Farr Second Row: Miss James / Miss Edith Ridgeway / Mr. Carr / Miss ? / Miss Kite Third Row: Miss ? / Mrs. Carr / Mr. Barnwell / Miss ? / Mr. Thomson
  31. A Pratt Institute Group in Chautauqua Lake - Lakewood, New York
    Image | 1898

    Picture #11: Appear without any order: Helen Plummer / Miss M. ? / Julia Rankin / Irene Hackett / Miss Dill / Edith Tobitt / Miss Askew / Marjorie Russell / Silas A. Berry
  32. A Quiet Place (Camp Library)
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    Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "There is a quiet place in this camp where you can read and smoke. Meet your bunkie at the CAMP LIBRARY. American Library Association; Everything Free"
  33. A Single Magazine is Popular
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    Glass plate slide image features three army soldiers crowding around one magazine. Caption reads: "A Single Magazine is Popular."
  34. Ask for the paper you used to read (Hospital Library)
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    Glass plate slide. Image of a newsboy holding up a paper. Caption reads: "Ask for the paper you used to read Daily Newspapers from your Home State At the HOSPITAL LIBRARY"
  35. A Soldier Charging Own Book
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    Glass plate slide showing an unidentified American serviceman self-charging a library book in the mess hall at Camp Sheridan, Nebraska
  36. A Successful Appeal by the Rotary Club, San Antonio, Texas
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    Glass plate slide showing a storefront window display, brimming with stacks of books donated for use by American service personnel in World War I. The book drive was coordinated by the ALA, with the cooperation of local associations such as the San Antonio Rotary Club
  37. A Successful Day, New York City, Book Campaign, 1918
    Image | 1918

    Glass plate slide showing large piles of books donated for American service personnel on the steps of the New York City public library