M89-27 - ARKNASAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION COLLECTION

This collection consists of materials relating to the history of the Arkansas Library Association.  The materials are mainly programs from their annual conferences, examples of their various projects, and a directory of college librarians.

The ALA was formed in 1911 at the Little Rock Public Library as a chapter of the American Library Association.  The group's main purposes are to promote library service and the profession of librarianship in the state of Arkansas.

Arrangement:  This collection when donated was approximately 0.3 cubic feet, and originally included the years 1945-1986.  The small collection is contained in one box consisting of thirteen files.  When requesting materials, please specify collection number [M89-27], box number, and file number

Tracings:  Arkansas Library Association; Clubs and Associations; Libraries and Librarians

 

 

Box 1

File 1 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1945, 1947, 1948

File 2 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1951, 1952, 1954

File 3 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1956-1959

File 4 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1961, 1963, 1965

File 5 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1966-1970

File 6 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1971, 1973, 1975

File 7 – Arkansas Library Association Conference Programs, 1977-1981, 1983

File 8 – Arkansas Library Association Information Pamphlets, 1978-present

File 9 – Arkansas Library Association Proposed Officers' Manuel, 1954

File 10- Arkansas Library Association Projects: Intellectual Freedom Committee, 1982

File 11- Arkansas Library Association Projects: Traveling Librarians, 1966, 1967

File 12- Arkansas Library Association Projects: Sesquicentennial Calendar, 1986

File 13- Arkansas Library Association Directory of College Librarians, 1949

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