Circular Letters, 1917-1920 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 89/1/55
Volume: 0.3 Cubic Feet
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Description: Circular letters of the ALA Library War Service, contains correspondence concerning efforts to provide books for military personnel and ex-servicemen, issuances to camp librarians with instructions, regulations and suggestions regarding the duties of a camp or hospital librarian, appeals for camp librarians; guidelines for uniforms of camp librarians, War Services Committee inter-office memoranda, issuances from the U.S. War Department to the War Services Committee and circulars regarding interaction with the Y.M.C.A., includes official issuances from Herbert Putnam, Director of War Services, Carl H. Milam, Malcolm G. Wyer, and Caroline Webster, assistants to the director, Francis K. W. Drury and C. M. Drury, Book Department directors George B. Utley, Executive Secretary and Burton Stevenson, ALA European Representative.