Louisville Meeting Correspondence, 1917 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 5/60/17
Volume: 0.6 Cubic Feet
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Description: Files of Louisville Meeting, contains correspondence, lists, drafts and printed copies of programs and brochures relating to the planning of the ALA annual meeting held in Louisville, Kentucky, June 21-27, 1917, includes the correspondence of George T. Settle, Librarian, Louisville Free Public Library, convention coordinator, with local businessmen, city and state officials, officers of service clubs, area librarians and ALA headquarters concerns meeting arrangements, the brochures include A City Worth While, See Louisville First, Book of Louisville and Kentucky (1915) and Louisville's Invitation to the ALA (1916).