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1. Court House, Birmingham, Alabama - Back of Postcard Court House, Birmingham, Alabama - Back of Postcard Printed on the back of postcard: Court House, Birmingham, ALA. Jefferson County's $3,000,000 Court House, one of the handsomest in the South is constructed of white Indiana limestone and marble. The jail...

2. 2,500,000 Books Reached France 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

3. A Truck Load for Overseas, Newport News A Truck Load for Overseas, Newport News Glass plate slide showing unidentified soldiers with a truck laden with boxes of books donated through the ALA for American service personnel during World War I

4. Preparing Books for Camp Libraries, St. Louis Pub. Lib. Preparing Books for Camp Libraries, St. Louis Pub. Lib. Glass plate slide showing library personnel processing books donated through the ALA for use by American service personnel during World War I

5. Preparing Shipments, Hoboken Dispatch Office Preparing Shipments, Hoboken Dispatch Office Glass plate slide showing unidentified men and women preparing shipments of books donated through the ALA for use by American service personnel during World War I

6. Convalescent Pneumonia Ward, Base Hospital, Camp Bowie, Texas Convalescent Pneumonia Ward, Base Hospital, Camp Bowie, Texas Glass plate slide showing convalescent servicemen perusing reading materials donated through the ALA's book drive during World War I

7. Is It Worth While? Base Hospital, Meade, Maryland Is It Worth While? Base Hospital, Meade, Maryland Glass plate slide showing convalescent servicemen perusing reading materials donated through the ALA's book drive during World War I

8. Seven Million Books 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."

9. 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 Three 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...

10. Merchant seamen find opportunities for study in technical books supplied by the American Library Association. Merchant seamen find opportunities for study in technical books supplied by the American Library Association. Men reading in bunk beds. 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...

11. American Library Association books boarding Merchant Marine vessel at New Orleans, La. American Library Association books boarding Merchant Marine vessel at New Orleans, La. 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...

12. An hour off duty, with American Library Association books. Merchant Marine vessel, Charleston, S.C. An hour off duty, with American Library Association books. Merchant Marine vessel, Charleston, S.C. 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...

13. Eager for books and magazines in American Library Association crew's libraries on Merchant Marine vessel, Eager for books and magazines in American Library Association crew's libraries on Merchant Marine vessel, Charlston, S.C. 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...

14. Old Lighthouse, Cape Henry, Va. Old Lighthouse, Cape Henry, Va. Photograph of a lighthouse. Caption reads: Men in lighthouses, on lightships, and in coast guard stations receive books from the American Library Association, co-operating with local libraries. The A.L.A....

15. Making a good haul at Hampton Roads, Va. Merchant Marine library service of the American Library Association. Making a good haul at Hampton Roads, Va. Merchant Marine library service of the American Library Association. Men pulling a box on board 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...

16. Delivery of American Library Association books to U.S. Shipping Board boats in harbor, Newport News, Delivery of American Library Association books to U.S. Shipping Board boats in harbor, Newport News, Va. Two men in a small boat with boxes of books. Additional caption reads: The A.L.A. furnishes free crew's libraries to American merchant ships and through representatives at principal ports provides free...

17. Merchant Marine Service, American Library Association. Merchant Marine Service, American Library Association. Men reading at a table. Additional caption reads: Boxed crew's libraries, each containing about eighty books of fiction, travel, books on seamanship and others, are exchangeable at principal ports. The...
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