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Why and how to use American Library Association Archives
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Why use this resource? To find non-current records of the American Library Association (ALA), the world's oldest and largest national library association, including records from elected officers, administrative and staff offices, executive board, council, annual conferences, associations and divisions, round tables on special interests, committees, and affiliated and associated organizations.

What's in this resource? The archives includes full-text official records, correspondence, and publications, as well as photographs, reproductions of post cards, sound recordings, films, videotapes, and born-digital items.


Library and Information Sciences
Dates of Coverage
From the 1920s
Truncation or Wildcard n/a
Phrase Searching "intellectual freedom"
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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