Demobilization and Readjustment in World War II - Correspondence, 1944-1945 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 30/58/5
Volume: 0.1 Cubic Feet
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Description: Demobilization and Readjustment during World War II Correspondence of Margaret Fulmer, Secretary of the Adult Education Board, for an article concerning what libraries were doing for the service man in demobilization and readjustment, ALA Bulletin (June, 1945); a manual of aids for the Readers' Advisor, Chicago Public Library Readers Bureau on demobilization and readjustment; list of public and private agencies by subject; address, managers, and functions of the American Red Cross, Chicago Chapter; a guide to federal legislation and agencies; pamphlet: Where Do We Go From Here? from World War II (1944); and memoranda on what libraries are doing for servicemen in demobilization and readjustment (1944).