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1. A Group of Librarians in Summit of Pike's Peak, Denver, Colorado A Group of Librarians in Summit of Pike's Peak, Denver, Colorado Bradley, Isaac S.; Brett, William Howard, 1846-1918; Crunden, Frederick Morgan, 1847-1911; Day, B. S.; Dexter, L. A.; Garland, Caroline H.; Jones, Ada Alice; Meleney, George B.; Patten, Frank C.; Wing, J. N. Picture #3: First Row from Left: Miss L. A. Dexter / Miss ? / F. M. Crunden / MIss C. H. Garland / W. H. Brett Second Row: Mr. I. S. Bradley / Miss ? / Miss A. A. Jones Third Row: Miss Winser / B. S. Day...

2. A Group of Librarians in Seattle, Washington A Group of Librarians in Seattle, Washington Day, May; Wyer, James Ingersoll, 1869-1955; Belden, Charles Frances Dorr, 1870-1931; Andrews, Clement Walker, 1858-1930; Hill, Frank Pierce, 1855-1941; Meyer, Herman H. B., 1864-1937; Meyer, Herman H. B., Mrs. Picture #109:
Appear without any order: Miss May Day / J. I. Wyer / Miss Colvin / C. F. D. Belden / Mr . & Mrs. H. H. B. Meyer / C. W. Andrews / F. P. Hill

3. A Group of Librarians in the North Asbury Park Train Station, Asbury Park, New Jersey A Group of Librarians in the North Asbury Park Train Station, Asbury Park, New Jersey Picture #1916_16:
Off for Princeton Day

4. A Successful Day, New York City, Book Campaign, 1918 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

5. BOOKS. MAGAZINES. PAPERS BOOKS. MAGAZINES. PAPERS Glass plate slide. Caption reads: "BOOKS. MAGAZINES. PAPERS. VISIT THE CAMP LIBRARY ON MAIN STREET. OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9AM-10PM"

6. Billboard Opposite Union Station, Washington, D.C. Billboard Opposite Union Station, Washington, D.C. Glass plate slide of a billboard with an advertisement. Image depicts a sailor, possibly a factory worker, and an army serviceman with linked arms, marching towards a sign which reads: Back to the Job....
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