3 edition of government and administration of public library service to Negroes in the South found in the catalog.
government and administration of public library service to Negroes in the South
Eliza Valeria Atkins Gleason
1943 in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English
|Statement||... by Eliza Atkins Gleason.|
|Contributions||Gleason, Eliza Valeria Atkins, 1909-|
|LC Classifications||Z711.9 .G62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii numb.l., 6, 57-163 p. incl. tables|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||a 43003162|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gleason, Eliza Valeria Atkins, Government and administration of public library service to Negroes in the South.
Issued also in part as thesis [Ph. D] Chicago university, under title: The government and administration of public library service to Negroes in the South.
Description: xvi, pages including tables diagrams 21 cm. Series Title: University of Chicago studies in library science.
Responsibility: by Eliza Atkins Gleason, with a foreword by Louis. Her dissertation, The Southern Negro and the Public Library: A Study of the Government and Administration of Public Library Service to Negroes in the South, was published in and was the first complete history of library access in the South, with a focus on African-American : Decem InMrs.
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Library advocacy years (s and s) The sBorn: January 2,Lake Mills, Wisconsin. Her dissertation was expanded into a landmark book, The Southern Negro and the Public Library: A Study of the Government and Administration of Public Library Service to Negroes in the South (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, ).
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