As a tribute to Women's History Month I'm revisiting the topic of women on library postcards which I previously posted about on March 12, 2013. The first postcard below was mailed on July 10, 1907 and depicts the female staff of the Aurora Public Library in Aurora, Illinois. The library had moved into a new building in 1904 funded by a $50,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie. With the help of more recent staff members I was able to identify the women on the post card left to right as Alice Belleau, Gladys V. Hull, Minnie J. Pooley, Matie K. Quinn, Lillian C. Miles, Kate E. Marshall, and H. Belva Hull. James Shaw, the Librarian at the time, is not shown.
|Interior William Fogg Library in Eliot, ME. Unmailed RPPC circa 1907. |
Librarian Gail Willis is at table in reading room.
|Interior Adrian College Library in Adrian, MI. Mailed on 1/10/09.|
|Interior Hyannis (MA) Public Library. Unmailed RPPC circa 1930s. |
Ora Adams, librarian from 1900 to 1943, at desk.
|Bookmobile for the Library Associatin of Portland, Oregon. Unmailed circa 1920s.|
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