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How the American Library Association brings books and magazines to the bedside in the army and navy hospitals
How the American Library Association brings books and magazines to the bedside in the army
and navy hospitals
TitleHow the American Library Association brings books and magazines to the bedside in the army and navy hospitals
Typeimage
Digitized MaterialBlack and white postcards
Coverage-Yearc. 1918
SubjectLibrary War Service
World War I
Hospital Libraries
DescriptionThree wouned servicemen select books off a cart. Additional caption reads: With her book truck the Librarian goes through the Wards to serve the men who cannot come to the library. The A.L.A. has placed libraries in 249 hospitals. The men in hospitals are still looking for your magazines. As soon as you have read them, place a stamp on the notice or the cover and mail.
PublisherUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. American Library Association Archives
ThemeWar Service Photographs and Slides, 1917-20
WorkDimensions-Measurements14cm x 8.5cm
Date Created2013-04-03
Resource IdentifierALA0001085
CopyrightEfforts by the University of Illinois to locate an heir of the creator or a holder of the copyright to the materials were unsuccessful. If you know of a verifiable copyright holder for this item or if you have any question regarding the publication rights, please contact the American Library Association Archives (ala-archives@library.illinois.edu).
Physical LocationRS 89/1/13, Box 5, Folder: Hospital libraries
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