Access To Public Libraries Study, 1961-1964 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 27/1/2
Volume: 1.0 Cubic Feet
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Description: Subject files of Access to Public Libraries Study contains maps, photographs, and publications, includes three copies of Access to Public Libraries, a 1963 study, by the Library Administration Division and the international Research Association to determine how much progress had been made in providing access to libraries for all individuals and including correspondence on the development of the study, public relations prior to publication of Access, protest from public libraries over Access, defense of District of Columbia libraries by Archie McNeal, D.C. librarian, a Rutgers Institute Symposium on Access, an LAD Board of Directors meeting on Access and a Queens Borough Public Library project stemming from Access.