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Send an email reminder to: The board faced trying times. Monies for the new structure proved to be inadequate. Finally, a letter from Carnegie's home in Scotland stated that Mr. Records do not show how the shortage of funds was handled. The building was accepted in April, Building problems besieged the board for several years with the main fault being a leaky roof. Bentley introduced the featured speaker, William Jennings Bryan. Prior to , and the opening of a library, the Bentley home was the gathering place for persons interested in the discussion of books.

Frances Cunningham was elected head librarian in During this same year the library was displaced as a depository for government documents. Although the board dissented, Hastings College became the new depository. One hundred eighty-two documents dating from were removed. Arthur, board member, found the "Roosevelt" spade in city hall. The board moved and approved the spade be cleaned and preserved in the library as an historic item.

The board also passed a new regulation. Costello as second assistant. The annual report showed circulation at 27, With Jane Pinder's Conservatory of Music students providing entertainment, the board sponsored a reception at the library January 25, Trivelpiece used the occasion to air the board's financial woes. The audience enjoyed refreshments of cream wafers and hot chocolate. The board met with the city council in June to effect a budget increase. The Ladies Park Association donated a goldfish aquarium to the library.

The gift was accepted conditionally. The board would assume no responsibility for its upkeep. Costello was elected board secretary in February, A committee again met with the city council on the budget. Annual circulation was 22, April, , found State Senator Leo Stuhr introducing a bill into the legislature limiting library boards to five members.

This bill also restricted ministers and women from serving as board members. Arthur, board member, wrote Senator Stuhr protesting the bill's attitude toward women and ministers.

Reverend Arthur's letter stated women help mold the interests of their children and encourage reading for knowledge and pleasure. Ministers attempt to help people find a better way of life which included reading and a probing for knowledge. The bill passed in , but the determination as to membership was deleted. A pay shelf for new books was installed in The fee was ten cents a week for each volume borrowed.

When the volume was free of debt, it was put into general circulation. Superintendent of Schools, C. Ray Gates, asked for more juvenile books with emphasis on grades five through eight. In , the board passed a resolution to house Hall County Historical Society's memorabilia. This collection was presented to the library by A. The annual report gave circulation as 66, This issue failed to carry by nine votes.

The children's section was moved to the assembly room to relieve crowded conditions. Judge Paine was the son-in-law of C. Bentley, an original board member. A proper resolution thanking Judge Paine for his contribution was passed by the board. Abbott resigned in , having been a board member for forty-eight years.

Wolbach joined the board in John was elected to replace Mrs. The city council expressed willingness to apply to Reconstruction Finance Corporation for an addition to the library. The application was denied due to a lack of security for the loan, as proposed by the city council. The board was advised by R.

Wolbach, board chairman, reported the city council was reluctant to ask for a bond issue for library construction fearing it would interfere with the passing of a much needed sewer bond issue.

Daisy Houck's report to the board in included this description of crowded conditions. In a room 8 by 8 the following work had to be accomplished: The reference room was also the reading room, allowing no place for scholarly work to be pursued. The stairs, a winding staircase with eight inch wide treads, leading to the children's department, were a true menace. At this time the American Legion asked to assist in getting a new building or an addition to the existing one.

Miss Houck's annual reports for several years reiterated her previous reports showing an increase in patron use and no room. The city council granted the board a portion of the sinking fund to hire an architect to estimate plans for a new building. This was done in The plan failed to come before the voters.

Helen Gorder, a trained librarian, was elected children's librarian. In December, , Mrs. Costello, assistant librarian and board secretary, died in May, The board in separate actions passed resolutions praising the integrity and intelligence of these ladies. These resolutions were placed on permanent file.

World War II precluded any plans for expansion of the library. Harry Patterson, chairman of building and grounds committee, submitted to the board his report showing concern for the disgraceful facade of the building and the perilous condition of the sidewalks. Patterson suggested enlarging the walks to the curb, place wells around the trees to preserve them and cleaning the facade.

The board rejected cleaning of the facade, but sent to the city council a request for sidewalk repair. In May, , Daisy Houck resigned as head librarian after thirty-two years of service. She was retained as an assistant. Helen Gorder was elected head librarian. The library's growth continued with circulation up fifteen per cent in The board endorsed a card change asking for references in lieu of a guarantor's signature. A new roof was installed by the Krause Company in Wolbach asked for a ten year written guarantee on the work.

The years saw many expenses incurred. Clarence Burdick, city utilities commissioner, found the entire wiring system to be faulty.

Wiring bids and interior and exterior painting bids were let. Sixty-five years of age was made mandatory for retirement of employees by the board. This passed in The Sothman Company was the low bidder on termite extermination in The library closed for two weeks to allow accomplishment of this work. The staff took its annual vacation during this period. Helen Gorder asked to be released from her position due to an acute illness of her mother.

Roberta Lawrey joined the staff in , in the children's department. Mary Tressider was hired to replace Miss Gorder. Tressider's arrival was interrupted by a month.

She had developed the mumps. Harry Patterson was instructed by the board to contact the police department about the "pigeon problem" surrounding the library.

In July, , Patterson requested the police to shoot the pigeons. In September of that year, Patterson reported the "pigeon problem" had not been alleviated and appeared to be a lasting nuisance. Martin wrote the board in December, , of his intention to set in motion a plan for a new library.

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