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  1. In N.Y.C. 5th Liberty Loan Parade
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    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
  2. Inside American Navy Club "Y"
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    Glass plate slide showing servicemen reading. Caption reads: "Inside American Navy Club, Y, Hamilton, Bermuda. Note FRBR Canad. & American." (Duplicate image of ALA000032)
  3. Interior, ALA Warehouse
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    Glass plate slide showing books in storage. Captioned "Interior A.L.A. Warehouse near Paris."
  4. Interior Camp Gordon "GA" Library, Mags. & Maps Popular
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    Glass plate slide showing the interior of an army camp library with several soldiers reading
  5. Interior, Camp Sheridan Library
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    Glass plate slide showing interior view of soldiers patronizing the library at Camp Sheridan, Alabama
  6. In the Library of the American Library Association at Camp Dodge, Iowa
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    Men using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 860 army, navy and marine corps camps and stations and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a sta...
  7. In the Library of the American Library Association at Camp Dodge, Iowa.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 860 army, navy and marine corps camps and stations and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, pla...
  8. In the Library of the American Library Association at Camp Gordon, Ga.
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    Men reading inside a library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 860 army, navy and marine corps camps and stations and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, plac...
  9. In the Library of the American Library Association at Camp Jesup, Georgia.
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    Soldiers using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives service to 860 Army, Navy and Marine Corps camps and stations, and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels, and more than two million books have been sent overseas.The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp...
  10. In the Library of the American Library Association at Camp Sherman, Ohio.
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    Soldiers reading. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives library service to 860 army, navy and marine corps camps and stations and 208 hospitals in America. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp ...
  11. In the Library of the American Library Association at Fort Riley, Kansas.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Red Cross House. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  12. In the Library of the American Library Association at Letterman U.S. General Hospital, San Francisco, Cal.
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    Wounded servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover,and mail.
  13. In the Library of the American Library Association at Letterman U.S. General Hospital, San Francisco, Cal.
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    Wounded men using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals.The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  14. In the Library of the American Library Association at the Base Hospital, Camp Grant, Ill.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  15. In the Library of the American Library Association at the Base Hospital, Camp Grant, Ill.
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    Men reading inside a library, a librarian selects a book off the shelf. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  16. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 8, Otisville, N.Y.
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    Servicemen and nurses using the library. Additional caption reads: The ALA. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  17. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 9, Lakewood, N.J.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: Reading in the Post Chapel Library. The A. L. A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  18. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 16, New Haven, Conn.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  19. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 16, New Haven, Conn.
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    Men using the library. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  20. In the Library of the American Library Association at U.S. General Hospital No. 28, East View, N.Y.
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    Wounded servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraties in 230 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  21. In the Library of the American Library Association at US. General Hospital No. 30, Plattsburgh Barracks, N. Y.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A. L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  22. In the Library of the American Library Association at US. General Hospital No. 31, Carlisle, Pa.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover,and mail.
  23. In the library of the American Library Association at Walter Reed U. S. General Hospital, Washington, D.C.
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    Servicemen using the library. Additional caption reads: The library is located in the Red Cross House. The men in hospitals are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  24. In the Library of the American Library Association in U.S. General Hospital No. 26, Des Moines, Iowa.
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    Soldiers using the library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 208 hospitals. The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice on the cover, and mail.
  25. In the Library of the American Library Association, Paris Island, South Carolina
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    Men reading at a table in the camp library. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. gives service to 860 Army, Navy and Marine Corps camps and stations, and 208 hospitals. Libraries have been placed on 911 vessels and more than two million books have been sent overseas.The men in hospitals and camps here and overseas need your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a s...
  26. Is It Worth While? Base Hospital, Meade, Maryland
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    Glass plate slide showing convalescent servicemen perusing reading materials donated through the ALA's book drive during World War I
  27. It's RIGHT ABOUT FACE to Civil Life with a Bigger Job (Camp Library)
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    Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "It's RIGHT ABOUT FACE to Civil Life with a Bigger Job for the man who studies at the CAMP LIBRARY."
  28. It's RIGHT ABOUT FACE to Civil Life with a Bigger Job (Recreation)
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    Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "It's RIGHT ABOUT FACE to Civil Life with a Bigger Job for the man who studies at the LIBRARY in the Recreation Buildings."
  29. Jobs for Soldiers
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    Glass plate slide reads "Jobs for Soldiers; How to get the man and the job together; Let Binghamton Public Library Help You Fit the Man to His Job."
  30. John Cotton Dana, William C. Kimball, and Miss Sarah Byrd Askew in Atlantic City, New Jersey
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    Picture #152: Seated: Mr. Dana / Miss Askew Standing: Mr. Kimball Atlantic City Library Meeting, March 1909
  31. Knowledge Wins
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    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?"
  32. K. of C. Branch, No. 1
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    Glass plate slide showing American servicemen reading in a base library at Camp Kearney, California
  33. Large Branch, Camp McClellan
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    Glass plate slide showing soldiers patronizing a branch library at Camp McClellan, Alabama
  34. Librarian and Orderly enter Overseas Ward, Camp Bowie, Texas
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    Glass plate slide showing a library and hospital orderly distributing donated reading materials to soldiers at Camp Bowie
  35. Librarian's Office
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    Glass plate slide showing the office of the librarian at Camp Lewis, Tacoma, Washington
  36. Library, Alameda, California - Back of Postcard
    Image | 1907

    Printed on the back of postcard: Published by Pillsbury Picture Company, San Francisco, Cal. No. 4. Made in Germany.
  37. Library, Alameda, California - Front of Postcard
    Image | 1907

    Copyright 1907 by Pillsbury Picture Co.
  38. Library at St. Aignan
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    Glass plate slide showing soldiers patronizing a library. Uniformed librarian faces the camera. Captioned "In the library at St. Aignan."
  39. Library, Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama - Back of Postcard
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    Stamped: Simmons College, Library School
  40. Library, Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama - Front of Postcard
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    Printed on the front of postcard: Library, Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, ALA.-19