Harriet C. Long Papers, 1918-1929 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 89/1/27
Acquired: 04/26/1974. 8/24/2009
Volume: 0.3 Cubic Feet
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Description: Papers of Harriet C. Long (1887-1941), ALA Librarian in the Mexican Border Traveling Library Service (1918) ALA War Service Librarian in France and Germany (1919), and State Librarian of Oregon (1930-41), contains procedures manual for Mexican Border Service Libraries (1918), instructions for outpost monitors (1918), uniform specifications (1918), photographs of the ALA War Service Library in Coblenz, Germany (1919), correspondence with Long's family from Van Wert, Ohio (1918), San Antonio, Texas (1918), Beaume, Marseilles, Is-Sur-Tille, and Paris, France (1919), Coblenz, Germany (1919), Brussels, Belgium (1919), Florence and Rome, Italy (1919), and London, England (1919), and publications by Long includes "The Pennsylvania-Germans", a bibliography submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of B.L.S. from the New York State Library School (1910), a pamphlet, "Why Not? A Drama with a Purpose" (1929), and a book, County Library Service (1925).