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Library Bill Of Rights - History
... by Forrest Spaulding, director of the Des Moines Public Library, in 1938, the Library Bill of Rights was adopted by the American Library Association in 1939, and has been revised several ... During the Cold War period, the Library Bill of Rights supported opponents of censorship of materials interpreted as communist propaganda ... In 1996, the American Library Association reaffirmed the inclusion of age as an attribute that should not be the basis for denying access to information ...
Sara Zarr - Awards
... Story of a Girl - 2007 National Book Award finalist 2008 American Library Association Best Books for Young Adults Sweethearts - 2008 Cybil Award Finalist 2009 American Library Association ...
Cecil Hobbs
... Hobbs (April 22, 1907 – December 8, 1991) was an American scholar of Southeast Asian history, best known for being the head of the Southern Asia Section of the Orientalia (now Asian ... of South East Asian coverage in American library collections during a career at the Library of Congress spanning 28 years ... with his wife Cecile Jackson Hobbs to Burma, where he served under the American Baptist Mission Board as a field administrator and professor at the Pierce Divinity College and the Burma Theological Seminary ...
Willy Ley - Publications
... This list is incomplete you can help by expanding it Die Fahrt ins Weltall ... Hachmeister Thal ...
Sisters (Lynne Cheney Novel)
... novel by Lynne Cheney published only in a Signet Canadian paperback edition as part of the New American Library (ISBN 0-451-11204-0) ... Helen's, had written to her In 2004, New American Library announced that it planned to republish the book ... not consider the book her "best work," New American Library announced in April 2004 that it would not be republishing the book after all ...

Famous quotes containing the words library and/or american:

    That a famous library has been cursed by a woman is a matter of complete indifference to a famous library. Venerable and calm, with all its treasures safe locked within its breast, it sleeps complacently and will, so far as I am concerned, so sleep forever. Never will I wake these echoes, never will I ask for that hospitality again ...
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    Disney World has acquired by now something of the air of a national shrine. American parents who don’t take their children there sense obscurely that they have failed in some fundamental way, like Muslims who never made it to Mecca.
    Simon Hoggart (b. 1946)