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NEWS   NOTES    OF    CALIFORNIA    LIBRARIES 


CALIFORNIA  STATE 
LIBRARY  STAFF 

■  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh, 

State  Librarian 

■  Rlrs.  Phyllis  I.  Dalton, 

Assistant  State  Librarian 
m  Arlene  Hope,  Principal  Libra- 
rian, Library  Consultant 
Services 

■  Florence  E.  Billet, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Shirley  Brother, 

Library  Consultant 

■  M.  Virginia  Hughes, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Margaret  J.  Ward, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Barbara  L.  Wynn, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Carleton  W.  Kenyon, 

Law  Librarian 

■  Constance  E.  Lee,  Principal 

Librarian,  Picader  Services 
u  Mrs.  Mabel  Chorley, 

Circulation  Section 
m  Richard  H.  Dillon, 

Sutro  Library 

■  Allan  R.  Ottley, 

California  Section 

B  Eugene  L.  Pike, 

Reference  Section 

m  Mary  E.  Schell,  Government 
Publications  Section 

■  Mrs.  Virginia  S.  Simpson, 

Books  for  the  Blind 
Section 

■  Melvin  C.  Oathout,  Principal 

Librarian,  Technical  Services 

■  Alexander  T.  Birrell, 

Catalog  Section 
m  Mrs.  Elisabeth  Bruno, 
Union  Catalog  Unit 

■  Mrs.  Hildur  E.  Howe, 

Processing  Center 

■  Edith  A.  Irwin, 

Periodicals  Section 
m  Marvin  W.  Mounce, 
Processing  Center 

■  Margaret  E.  Preston, 

Order  Section 
D  Mrs.  Avis  Smith, 

Book  Repair  Section 
u  Harlo  Whipple,  Property 

and  Shipping  Section 

EDITOR:  Mrs.  Natalie  D.  Smith 

California  State  Library, 
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the  libraries  of  the  State  by  the 
California  State  Library. 
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in  Section   1103,  Act  of  October 
3,  1917,  auth.  August  27,  1918. 

Note:  Abstracted  in  LIBRARY 
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Vol.  57,  No.  1,  Winter,  1962 
Statistics  and  Directory  Issue 


CONTENTS 

Page 

California    State    Library    Report 2 

California    Libraries    Annual    Statistics 11 

California   State   Library  Salary   Ranges 73 

Index  to  County  and  Municipal  Salary  Tables 74 

California    Public  Library   Salaries 76 

California  Libraries  Annual  Statistics,  continued ...  93 

California   Board  of  Library   Examiners 105 

Directory  of  California    Libraries   by  City 109 

Index  to  County  Libraries,  Branches  and  Stations  223 

Index  to  Names  of  Libraries 231 

Directory  of  California  Public  Libraries 242 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF 
CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


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CALIFORNIA  STATE  LIBRARY  REPORT   1960-61 
ANNUAL  STATISTICAL  SUMMARY 

July  1,  1960-June30,  1961 

Materials  added  to  collection 

Books  and  bound  periodicals — volumes  added 14,053* 

Magazines — new  titles    (includes  blind  material) 128 

Newspapers — new  titles   4 

Government   publications   43,803 

Maps    1,506 

Books  for  the  Blind 3,105t 

Prints    2 

Art   reproductions    69 

Films  and  filmstrips — titles 10 

Microfilms — reels    1,802 

Union  Catalog — New  titles  and  editions 16,528 

Use  of  materials 

Circulation  of  all  materials  except  Books  for  the  Blind 167,677 

Circulation  of  materials  for  blind  borrowers ^ 124,920 

Reference  and  reading  aid  transactions 140,247$ 

Bibliographies  compiled  and  revised 220 

Shipments   dispatched 147,607 

Photocopies   made    4,449 

Photographs  made  816 

Consultant  services 

Libraries  visited  by  Library  Consultant  staff 95 

Total  Library  Consultant  visits ; 146 

Visits  of  librarians,  officials,  and  others  to  Library  Consultant  Services  60 

Law  Library 

Law  libraries  visited  by  Law  Librarian 16 

Total  Resources,  July  1,  1961 

Books  and  bound  periodicals 633,556§ 

Magazines — current  subscriptions    (includes  blind  materials) 2,40411 

Newspapers — current   subscriptions    162 

Government   publications   1,769,895 

Maps    36,653 

Books  for  the  Blind 54,96411 

Prints 5,142 

Art    reproductions 1,757 

Film  and  filmstrips — titles 114 

Microfilms — reels    15,643 

*  Includes  all  collections  except  Books  for  the  Blind  and  government  publications. 

t  Except  for  a  very  small  percentage,  these  books  and  "talking  books"  remain  the  property  of  the  Library  of 

Congress  and  are  merely  deposited  in  the  State  Library  for  service  to  California  and  Nevada. 
t  A  more  accurate  method  of  counting  reference  and  reading  aid  transactions  was  adopted   during  this  fiscal 

year.  As  a  result  of  tliis,  the  real  increase  in  this  figure  over  1959/60  is  greater  than  is  revealed  by 

a  comparison  of  the  figures  for  the  two  fiscal  years. 
§  Includes  all  collections  except  government  publications  and  Books  for  the  Blind. 
II  Smaller  number  reported  than  in  1959/60  because  of  weeding  of  blind  collection  magazines. 
11  Total  resources  of  the  Books  for  the  Blind  collection  are  smaller  in  1960/61  than  1959/60  as  the  result 

of  an  active  weeding  program. 


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VOLUME  57,  NO.    I,  WINTER,    1 962  3 

READER  SERVICES 

During  fiscal  year  1960-61  a  number  of  programs  were  aecomplislied 
or  initiated : 

(1)  A  management  survey  was  made  of  the  Reader  Services  Bureau 
by  Miss  Jewel  Hardkopf,  management  analyst.  Major  emphasis 
in  this  study  was  placed  on  interlibrary  loan  service  and  per- 
sonnel utilization.  Many  of  the  recommendations  made  have  been 
implemented,  and  others  will  be  in  the  future. 

(2)  One  program  resulting  from  these  recommendations  was  a  series 
of  three  Interlibrary  Loan  Workshops,  held  throughout  the 
State  with  staff  from  public  libraries  which  use  the  State 
Library  interlibrary  loan  services.  Workshops  were  held  in  Sac- 
ramento, Bakersfield  and  Los  Angeles.  The  Papers  and  Proceed- 
ings of  the  Sacramento  workshop  have  been  published  and 
distributed  to  the  participants.  Proceedings  of  the  second  and 
third  workshops  will  also  be  compiled. 

(3)  The  Reader  Services  Bureau  Committee,  composed  of  the  heads 
of  the  seven  sections  in  the  Bureau,  was  established.  This  group 
meets  at  least  once  a  month  to  discuss  the  Bureau  programs, 
problems,  and  developments. 

(4)  A  revised  book  acquisition  policy  was  prepared,  to  bring  up  to 
date  the  general  statement  published  in  News  Notes  of  California 
Libraries  in  October  1954.  The  new  version  has  been  issued  in 
draft  form  for  use  within  the  State  Library  for  a  period  of 
time  during  which  recommended  changes  will  be  incorporated. 
It  is  not  yet  available  for  distribution  outside  the  State  Library. 

(5)  A  program  was  initiated  to  codify  existing  service  policy  for 
the  State  Library  and  to  formalize  service  policies  in  areas 
where  nothing  now  exists  in  writing. 

(6)  Plans  were  prepared  by  those  Reader  Services  sections  needing 
expanded  space  or  furniture  shifts.  A  move  was  made  in  1960-61 
to  relieve  the  cramped  space  condition  in  the  Government  Pub- 
lications Section. 

(7)  Progress  was  made  in  the  Bureau  toward  the  closer  classifica- 
tion of  librarian  and  clerical  staff  functions,  with  a  consequent 
adjustment  in  reclassification  of  existing  positions. 

(8)  Work  in  the  very  preliminary  stages  was  begun  in  the  following 
fields :  revision  and  codification  of  statistics,  development  of 
reader  information  and  reader  guide  brochures  for  all  sections, 
and  a  unified  exhibit  program. 

(9)  Preliminary  planning  was  completed  on  a  two  year  project  to 
weed  the  State  Library  collections. 

Adminisfrative  Legislative  Reference  Section 

There  was  an  increase  of  21  percent  over  the  previous  fiscal  year  in 
the  number  of  questions  handled  by  the  Administrative  Legislative 
Reference  Service.  This  increase  was  primarily  in  the  Capitol  Branch, 


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providing  legislative  reference  service  to  the  State  Legislature.  In 
addition  to  handling  this  increased  volume  of  service,  the  legislative 
reference  staff  expanded  its  clipping  file,  and  developed  a  small  collec- 
tion of  legislative  research  materials.  In  conjunction  with  the  latter 
project,  a  catalog  was  prepared  providing  a  detailed  subject  approach 
to  the  contents  of  the  collection.  The  collection  of  legal  reference  tools 
available  for  consultation  by  members  of  the  Legislature  and  their 
staffs  was  somewhat  expanded  and  plans  were  made  for  its  further 
expansion  in  the  future. 

In  June  of  1961  the  Assembly  adopted  two  resolutions:  one  estab- 
lished a  Legislative  Reference  Service  and  the  other  congratulated  the 
Legislative  Reference  Librarian  on  her  "excellent  service  to  the  gov- 
ernment and  the  people  of  California."  The  Capitol  Branch  closed 
June  30,  1961,  and  the  catalogs  and  collections  were  transferred  to  the 
State  Library,  where  the  service  continued  to  be  provided.  During  this 
period  the  reference  service  given  the  California  executive  agencies  and 
their  libraries  continued  as  before. 

Books  for  the  Blind  Section 

Use  by  blind  readers  of  the  Blind  Section's  collection  increased  heavi- 
ly during  1960-61.  On  July  1,  1961  the  collection  to  serve  these  readers 
totalled  55,168  volumes.  This  included  38,403  books  in  embossed  types 
and  16,765  containers  of  Talking  Book  records. 

The  California  State  Library  asked  the  Library  of  Congress  to  re- 
lieve the  State  Library  of  responsibility  for  the  distribution  and  repair 
of  the  federal  government-owned  Talking  Book  Machines,  and  the 
Library  of  Congress  appointed  two  new  agencies  to  take  over  this  task. 
The  effective  dates  of  the  transfer  were  April  1,  1961,  when  all  machines 
lent  to  borrowers  living  in  the  southern  part  of  the  State  were  trans- 
ferred to  the  custody  of  the  Braille  Institute  of  America,  in  Los  An- 
geles; and  July  1,  1961,  when  all  machines  lent  to  borrowers  living  in 
the  northern  part  of  the  State  were  transferred  to  the  custody  of  the 
Lighthouse  for  the  Blind,  in  San  Francisco.  The  Supervising  Books  for 
the  Blind  Librarian  attended  several  conferences  and  gave  talks  at 
meetings.  An  article  by  the  Supervising  Books  for  the  Blind  Librarian 
on  the  Conference  of  Regional  Librarians  for  the  Blind  also  appeared 
in  the  ABC  Digest,  the  publication  of  the  Associated  Blind  of  Califor- 
nia. 

California  Section 

Some  2,000  additional  titles  in  the  State  Library  collection  were  listed 
for  inclusion  in  the  supplement  to  California  Local  History;  a  centen- 
nial Mhliography  which  the  Regional  Resources  Committee  of  the  Cali- 
fornia Library  Association  is  preparing.  Work  is  well  underway  on  the 
compilation  of  a  list  of  California  societies  and  organizations.  There 
are  now  over  800  organizations  listed,  as  well  as  references  to  numerous 
existing  directories  and  special  listings.  At  the  request  of  the  Descriptive 
Cataloging  Division  of  the  Library  of  Congress,  the  California  Section 
is  contributing  information  on  some  of  its  manuscript  collections  for 
inclusion  in  a  comprehensive  bibliography  being  prepared  by  the  Li- 
brary of  Congress. 


VOLUME  57,  NO.   I,  WINTER,   1 962  5 

On  June  16,  1961,  Governor  Brown  dedicated  the  California  News- 
paper Publishers  Association's  Newspaper  Hall  of  Fame  in  the  Capitol. 
This  comprises  six  wall  exhibit  cases  showing  photographs,  newspapers, 
and  certificates  issued  by  the  C.N.P.A.  honoring  those  pioneer  Califor- 
nia editors  it  annually  elects  to  the  Newspaper  Hall  of  Fame.  The  ex- 
hibits are  maintained  by  the  California  State  Library  from  a  file  of 
Hall  of  Fame  material  placed  in  the  State  Library  by  the  C.N.P.A. 

Extensive  editing  was  done  on  the  Section's  Information  File,  an 
index  to  selected  items  in  newspapers,  periodicals,  and  books  relating  to 
California.  The  Information  File  now  numbers  about  750,000  refer- 
ences. 

Circulation  Section 

On  March  6,  1961,  in  accordance  with  plans  formulated  in  1959-60, 
a  Supervising  Clerk  was  placed  in  charge  of  the  Circulation  Section. 
A  schedule  of  regular  staff  meetings  has  been  established.  A  special 
training  program  for  the  staff  in  the  section  has  been  developed  so  that 
each  employee  is  receiving  training  in  every  position  in  the  Section. 
As  a  result  a  more  flexible  working  unit  will  be  achieved.  Training  in 
working  with  the  public  is  being  emphasized.  Some  minor  changes  have 
been  made  in  the  charge  system  in  an  effort  to  establish  more  adequate 
control  of  the  library  materials  in  circulation. 

Government  Publications  Section 

Eeference  use  of  the  materials  in  the  Section  increased  considerably 
over  the  preceding  fiscal  year.  A  beginning  was  made  in  expanding  the 
coverage  of  publications  of  foreign  governments  and  of  technical  and 
scientific  publications.  Staff  for  the  administration  of  the  Library  Dis- 
tribution Act  was  added  to  the  Section.  The  standards  for  depositories 
for  California  state  publications  and  the  manual  on  acquisition,  process- 
ing and  use  of  California  state  publications  were  revised  and  dis- 
tributed. Plans  have  been  made  for  future  work  with  state  agencies,  to 
ensure  distribution  of  their  publications  to  libraries,  and  for  field 
surveys  of  depository  libraries.  Beginning  in  January,  1961,  the 
methods  of  compiling  the  monthly  list,  California  State  Publications, 
were  changed  to  the  use  of  a  Vari-typer  and  Acme  cards  and  panels. 
The  special  project  for  transferring  serial  records  from  card  files  to 
visible  files  was  begun  and  will  be  continued  for  two  fiscal  years.  Addi- 
tional space  for  the  Section  was  provided  in  the  west  end  of  the  Cali- 
fornia Section.  One  of  the  Librarian  I-II  positions  was  reclassified  to 
Supervising  Typist  Clerk  to  make  possible  a  better  division  of  tasks 
between  librarian  and  clerical  personnel  and  also  to  provide  for  im- 
proved supervision  of  clerical  operations. 

Reference  Section 

A  Librarian  I-II  position  was  reclassified  to  a  senior  clerk  position, 
to  give  direct  supervision  to  the  clerical  operations  in  the  Section,  in- 
cluding the  searching  of  interlibrary  loan  author  requests.  As  the  result 
of  organizational  changes  in  the  Circulation  Section,  the  Librarian  II 
giving  readers  advisory  and  catalog  reference  at  the  Public  Catalog 
was  transferred  to  the  Reference  Section.  As  a  part  of  the  management 


b  NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 

survey  a  detailed  study  was  made  of  searcMng  procedures  on  inter- 
library  loan  requests,  and  subsequent  streamlining  of  these  procedures 
was  accomplished.  Revised  procedures  on  author  requests  were  put  into 
effect  in  the  spring  of  1961.  Suggested  revisions  in  subject  request  pro- 
cedures have  not  been  implemented  as  yet  as  additional  staff  is  needed. 
The  closed  circuit  teletype  connecting  the  State  Library  with  the  North 
Bay  Co-operative  Library  System  has  been  joined  by  another  which 
connects  the  State  Library  with  the  national  TWX  circuit.  Any  library 
having  access  to  a  TWX  teletype  machine  can  now  call  directly  (Num- 
ber SC  26).  In  the  spring  of  1961  the  Prints  Room  was  closed  to  alle- 
viate crowded  conditions  in  the  Library.  All  art  reference,  and  the  re- 
sponsibility for  and  servicing  of  the  circulating  collection  of  art  repro- 
ductions was  transferred  to  the  Reference  Section. 

Sufro  Library 

The  Sutro  Library's  year  was  dominated  by  the  move  in  August, 
1960,  to  new  quarters  at  Golden  Gate  Avenue  and  Temescal  Terrace  in 
San  Francisco  (mail  address,  2130  Fulton  Street,  San  Francisco  17). 
Here  the  Library  has  found  adequate  shelving  for  its  books  immediately 
adjacent  to  the  reading  room  area.  In  order  to  facilitate  service  in  the 
growing  field  of  American  local  history  and  genealogy,  this  entire  col- 
lection of  books  was  placed  on  open  shelves.  The  books  are  available  for 
self-service  as  weU  as  guided  reference.  With  the  exception  of  rarities, 
the  closed  stack  section  of  the  Library  contains  all  other  books.  A 
special  room  for  rare  books  in  the  collection  was  possible  in  the  new 
quarters.  This  is  called  the  Renaisssance  Room.  The  time-saving,  func- 
tional arrangement  of  the  Library  has  permitted  improved  interlibrary 
loan  and  interlibrary  reference  service.  Preliminary  preparations  were 
begun  in  this  fiscal  year  for  two  important  projects ;  a  duplicate  ex- 
change and  a  book  renovation  program.  Interpretative  services  have 
assumed  more  importance  as  community  interest  in  Sutro  Library  has 
increased  with  exhibits,  book  talks,  and  tours.  To  enable  the  Sutro 
Library  to  provide  additional  reference  service,  a  senior  clerk  position 
was  reclassified  to  Librarian  I-II. 

LAW  LIBRARY 

The  Law  Section  was  transferred  from  the  Reader  Services  Bureau 
and  became  a  separate  bureau  called  the  Law  Library. 

During  the  year  the  law  collection  was  appraised  against  other  law 
library  collections  and  standard  bibliographical  sources.  A  special 
report,  ''Critical  Condition  of  the  Law  Library,"  was  prepared  by  the 
Law  Librarian  to  point  up  deficiencies  and  show  the  necessity  for  ac- 
quiring holdings  of  a  satisfactory  minimum.  Attorney  general  opinions, 
judicial  council  reports,  administrative  court  reports,  U.S.  Supreme 
Court  briefs  and  records  on  microcards,  and  bound  U.S.  bills  were  new 
additions  to  the  collection. 

The  continuation  of  classing  Anglo-American  treatises  by  use  of  the 
Los  Angeles  County  Law  Library  Class  K  covered  1,044  titles.  Those 
pamphlets  to  be  permanently  retained  were  bound  in  30  volumes  and 
analyzed  in  the  public  card  catalog. 


VOLUME  'j'],  NO.    I,  WINTER,    1 962  7 

Bibliographies  on  "Automobile  Liabiliay  Insurance  and  the  State," 
"Taxation  and  Accounting  Materials,"  and  "Legal  Material  on  Nar- 
cotics" received  wide  circulation.  The  quarterly  "Selected  Acquisitions 
Received  in  the  Law  Library"  was  issued. 

Visits  by  the  Law  Librarian  were  made  to  17  county  law  libraries. 
The  Law  Librarian,  at  the  request  of  the  Siskiyou  County  Law  Library 
Board  of  Trustees,  weeded,  reshelved  and  ordered  new  material  for  the 
Siskiyou  County  Law  Library. 

TECHNICAL  SERVICES 

Signifieant  decisions  made  during  the  latter  part  of  1960  were  put 
into  effect  on  January  1,  1961,  when  the  State  Library  adopted  the 
Library  of  Congress  Classification  for  all  new  accessions  to  the  general 
collection,  and,  simultaneously,  a  new  catalog  was  begun  for  all  books 
received  after  January  1,  1961.  The  decision  to  adopt  the  Library  of 
Congress  Classification  was  based  on  several  important  considerations : 
1)  The  Library  of  Congress  Classification  is  a  much  more  expansible 
and  flexible  system  than  the  Dewey  Classification;  2)  The  Library  of 
Congress  scheme  was  designed  for  use  with  large  collections  of  books, 
whereas  the  Dewey  Classification  is  primarily  useful  in  small  and 
medium  sized  public  libraries  with  less  than  200,000  books;  3)  The 
Library  of  Congress  system  is  up-to-date  in  its  coverage  of  subject  fields 
and  new  knowledge,  and  is  kept  current  by  means  of  quarterly  addi- 
tions and  changes;  4)  The  Library  of  Congress  call  numbers  are  short 
enough  to  be  used  without  difficulty  by  patrons  and  staff,  whereas  the 
latest  edition  of  the  Dewey  contains  very  long  numbers,  particularly 
for  new  subject  fields. 

The  new  catalog  logically  separates  volumes  classified  in  the  Library 
of  Congress  Classification  from  those  classified  in  Dewey ;  it  also  makes 
possible  the  use  of  up-to-date  subject  headings  and  filing  rules,  and  of 
consistent  entries.  The  new  catalog  is  divided  into  separate  author-title 
and  subject  sections,  to  simplify  filing  and  searching. 

Related  to  these  changes  in  the  classification  system  and  the  Public 
Catalog  were  plans  for  the  declassification  of  periodicals  and  their 
arrangement  by  an  alphabetical  method  on  stack  level  9,  adjacent  to 
the  Periodicals  Section.  Moving  of  Dewey  classes  into  compact  shelving 
in  the  lower  stack  areas  of  the  Library  was  begun,  in  accordance  with 
an  overall  plan. 

Catalog  Section 

Over  6,000  titles  were  cataloged  during  1960-61  as  compared  with 
4,474  in  1959-60.  The  increase  was  a  direct  result  of  the  49%  increase 
in  the  State  Library  Book  Budget.  The  Catalog  Section  inaugurated 
new  routines  to  accomplish  the  conversion  to  the  Library  of  Congress 
Classification  system,  effect  a  simpler  and  more  strictly  alphabetical 
filing  arrangement  for  the  new  catalog,  and  streamline  the  serials  cata- 
loging procedure. 

Periodicals  Section 

A  new  Periodicals  Reading  Room  was  opened  to  the  public  March  1, 
1961.  The  stacks  of  unbound  periodicals  were  rearranged  to  provide  an 


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alphabetical  approach  with  open  stacks  for  browsing  and  self  service 
by  patrons.  A  new  3-year  contract  was  made  with  Micro  Photo  to  con- 
tinue the  microfilming  of  currently  received  newspapers.  In  April, 
1961,  the  Periodicals  Section  issued  an  86-page  List  of  Periodicals  Cur- 
rently Received.  It  is  planned  to  issue  annual  supplements  of  new  titles. 
All  through  the  year,  holdings  records  for  various  union  lists  were  in 
preparation:  New  Serials  Titles,  a  ten-year  accumulation;  Union  List 
of  Serials,  3d  edition ;  List  of  Periodicals  Abstracted  ty  Chemical  Ab- 
stracts; and  Union  List  of  Music  Periodicals  Currently  in  Libraries  of 
Northern  California. 

Processing  Center 

The  number  of  volumes  shipped  to  member  libraries  increased  from 
39,128  in  1959-60  to  46,817  in  1960-61,  and  production  methods  were 
further  refined.  A  workshop  was  held  December  7,  1960,  to  discuss  costs 
of  the  Center  and  a  three-phase  program  for  the  assumption  of  payment 
by  the  member  libraries.  Plans  were  made  to  charge  fifty  cents  a  volume 
for  processing  in  1961-62,  $1.00  in  1962-63,  and  full  reimbursement  of 
costs  in  1963-64. 

Property  and  Shipping  Section 

As  part  of  the  comprehensive  plan  for  stack  rearrangement,  the  Prop- 
erty and  Shipping  Section  shifted  and  realigned  government  publica- 
tions and  Braille  and  Moon  type  embossed  books,  as  well  as  other  major 
sections  in  the  library  collection.  Periodical  and  newspaper  stacks  and 
other  pieces  of  furniture  and  equipment  were  rearranged  in  the  Period- 
icals Section  for  the  opening  of  the  public  reading  room.  Similar  work 
was  done  for  other  major  moves  in  the  State  Library. 

Union  Catalog 

The  monthly  average  of  catalog  cards  added  to  represent  new  acces- 
sions of  member  libraries  increased  from  11,445  in  1959-60  to  12,057  in 
1960-61.  The  need  for  additional  manpower  in  this  Section  is  reflected 
in  the  continuing  backlog  of  cards  awaiting  filing  and  in  the  backlog  of 
withdrawals,  now  over  eight  times  its  size  last  year. 

After  study  by  the  State  Library  and  the  Kegional  Resources  Coordi- 
nating Committee  of  the  California  Library  Association,  the  Union  Cata- 
log abandoned  the  Last  Copies  Plan,  primarily  because  participation 
was  insufficient  to  justify  the  expense  of  the  Plan  to  the  State  Library 
and  the  small  number  of  cooperating  libraries.  Efforts  to  increase  par- 
ticipation in  the  Plan  were  not  successful.  During  the  year,  the  news- 
paper file  was  expanded  to  include  the  holdings  of  331  libraries  through- 
out the  State. 

LIBRARY  CONSULTANT  SERVICES 

The  Field  Services  Bureau  was  renamed  Library  Consultant  Services 
on  January  1,  1961.  A  restatement  of  the  activities  and  goals  of  the 
Bureau  was  also  made : 

"The  LIBRARY  CONSULTANT  SERVICES  provides,  without 
charge — A  clearing  house  of  information  on  libraries  and  library 


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practices;  consultant  service  on  library  organization,  administra- 
tion, housing,  and  equipment — to  librarians,  boards,  and  local  offi- 
cials; consultant  service  on  the  establishment  of  libraries — to  indi- 
viduals, organizations,  officials,  and  citizen  groups;  workshop  and 
in  service  training  programs  for  librarians ;  special  studies  of  indi- 
vidual libraries  to  evaluate  administrative  policies,  and  to  recom- 
mend effective  methods  of  operation. 

''The  LIBRARY  CONSULTANT  SERVICES  has  as  its  GOAL 
— ^the  development  and  improvement  of  public  library  service 
throughout  the  state  of  California." 

In  February  the  Consultant  Services  moved  from  the  fifth  floor  of 
the  Library  to  the  second  floor — into  quarters  which  gave  more  space 
than  before.  This  move  was  still  considered  temporary,  as  the  room 
did  not  permit  remodeling.  [Note :  a  second  move  to  the  First  Floor  of 
the  Library  building  was  accomplished  in  the  fall  of  1961,  into  still 
larger  quarters,  which  provide  some  individual  offices  for  the  consul- 
tants.] 

Travel  Stafisfics 

The  number  of  libraries  visited  this  year  is  not  as  large  as  it  has 
been  in  some  years,  due  to  the  changes  and  vacancies  on  the  staff. 
Ninety-five  libraries  were  visited,  some  of  them  several  times.  The 
repeat  visits  were  related  to  studies  undertaken  by  the  staff. 

Special  Studies 

Several  special  studies  were  completed  during  the  year,  including  a 
study  of  the  Merced  County  Library,  one  of  the  Roseville-Placer  County 
libraries,  and  one  for  the  Lodi  Public  Library.  Other  studies  begun 
this  year  are  still  in  progress. 

Meetings,  Workshops,  Etc. 

The  staff  attended  23  meetings,  including  those  held  by  librarian 
groups  throughout  the  state  and  a  number  of  meetings  held  by  other 
organizations. 

By  far  the  largest  segment  of  meeting  time  was  devoted  to  the  Gov- 
ernor's Conference  for  Library  Trustees  and  Officials,  which  took  the 
place  of  the  annual  spring  workshop. 

Another  major  event  of  the  Spring  of  1961  was  the  Western  States 
Conference,  for  which  the  California  State  Library  was  host  in  May. 
Representatives  of  12  Western  states  met  together  to  discuss  Problems 
of  Library  Service  in  Large  and  Sparsely  Populated  Areas.  The  meet- 
ing was  planned  by  the  consultant  staff.  A  report  on  the  meeting  ap- 
peared in  the  Fall,  1961,  issue  of  News  Notes  of  California  Libraries. 

Publications 

News  Notes  of  California  Libraries  maintained  its  usual  schedule  of 
publication.  The  FIELD  OFFICE  BULLETIN  attained  a  new  look 
on  its  masthead,  and  a  new  name,  UP  AND  DOWN  THE  STATE 
WITH  THE  LIBBABY  CONSULTANTS.  Seven  issues  were  sent  out 
to  the  librarians  of  the  state. 


10  NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 

Federal  Projects 

This  was  an  eventful  year  in  the  program  conducted  by  the  Library 
Consultant  Services  under  the  Library  Services  Act. 

Another  project,  the  San  Diego  Bookmobile  Demonstration,  came  to 
a  successful  close  and  was  accepted  by  the  County,  to  be  carried  on 
with  County  support. 

The  exhibit  bookmobile  Avas  shown  at  six  county  fairs,  and  was  bor- 
rowed by  Kern  County,  to  demonstrate  county  service  in  its  rural  areas. 

The  San  Joaquin  Valley  Information  Service  carried  out  a  full  year 
of  service  to  the  ten  member  libraries  in  the  project.  Materials,  such 
as  booklists  and  annual  reports,  were  multilithed  by  the  project  for  the 
member  libraries.  Meetings  for  in-service  training  were  held,  and  a  brief 
correspondence  course  on  reference  work  supplemented  the  meetings. 
Reference  questions  continued  to  provide  the  staff  with  its  major  bulk 
of  activity,  and  reference  books  supplementing  both  the  Fresno  County 
Library  collection,  and  those  of  the  other  member  libraries  were  pur- 
chased by  the  project. 

The  North  Bay  Cooperative  Library  System  also  completed  a  year 
of  operation,  although  production  from  its  processing  center  did  not 
get  into  full  swing  until  the  fall  of  1960.  The  film  service  has  proved 
very  popular ;  the  teletype  which  joins  the  service  together,  and  links 
the  system  to  the  State  Library  has  been  in  constant  use ;  the  processing 
center  output  is  reaching  a  desirable  figure;  the  storage  center  for 
little-used  material  has  received  a  steady  flow  of  books  from  the  mem- 
bers. The  Children's  Consultant  conducted  in-service  training  meetings 
with  staff  members,  and  developed  a  summer  reading  program  and 
regular  monthly  book  reviewing  and  book  selection  meetings  for  chil- 
dren's books. 

Visits  were  made  to  all  State  Library  Processing  Center  member 
libraries.  The  enrichment  of  local  library  service  through  released  time 
of  the  members  took  many  forms,  from  improved  catalogs  to  extra  time 
for  branch  visits  and  community  activities. 

Four  scholarship  recipients  completed  their  year  at  library  school, 
and  three  accepted  positions  in  county  libraries.  The  fourth  scholarship 
recipient  did  not  complete  the  agreement  to  work  in  a  library  serving 
rural  residents. 

The  "new  look"  was  added  to  the  LSA  program  by  the  acceptance 
of  the  Mendociuo  County  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  proposal  to  carry 
on  a  demonstration  of  county  library  service  in  this  hitherto  unserved 
county.  The  supervisors  cast  a  unanimous  vote  for  the  demonstration 
project,  with  the  understanding  that,  at  the  end  of  the  project,  the 
decision  to  continue  library  service  or  not  be  left  to  the  vote  of  the 
people.  Thus,  after  42  years,  one  of  the  six  still  unserved  counties  of 
California  will  begin  receiving  service  in  the  next  fiscal  year.  The 
exhibit  bookmobile  and  its  books,  films  and  records,  have  been  assigned 
to  the  Mendocino  County  project.  Staff  will  be  recruited,  a  collection 
of  books  will  be  purchased,  in-service  training  will  be  provided,  and 
active  community  service  and  public  relations  programs  will  be  car- 
ried out. 


CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 

ANNUAL  STATISTICS 


CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 
ANNUAL  STATISTICS 

California  library  law  specifies  that  the  State  Librarian  shall  "col- 
lect and  preserve  statistics  and  other  information  pertaining  to  libraries, 
which  shall  be  made  available  to  other  public  libraries  within  the  State 
applying  for  the  information. ' ' 

Such  statistics  are  supplied,  in  tabular  form,  in  the  pages  imme- 
diately following.  Permanent  files  of  the  annual  reports  from  which 
the  statistics  are  compiled  are  maintained  in  the  State  Library's 
Consultant  Services  Bureau. 

Definitions: 

A  library  system  includes  a  central  library  or  libraries  with  branches 
and/or  co-operating  libraries,  and  with  smaller  library  service  points, 
jointly  providing  the  public  library  facilities  of  the  area. 

The  term  public  library  is  used  in  the  broad  sense,  to  include  city, 
county  and  district  libraries  which  have  been  legally  established  by 
public  officials,  are  supported  by  income  from  taxation  or  other  public 
funds,  and  have  their  own  trustees  or  other  civil  governing  body. 

An  agency  is  any  service  point,  such  as  a  central  library,  affiliated 
library,  branch  station,  or  bookmobile  station,  that,  as  an  integral  part 
of  the  public  library  system,  distributes  books  or  otherwise  renders 
library  service  to  the  public. 

An  affiliated  public  library  is  a  regularly  established  city  or  district 
library  which  has  joined  the  county  library  for  supplementary  service. 
The  city  or  district  library  retains  its  own  trustees  or  other  governing 
body,  and  the  city  makes  an  appropriation  for  this  local  public  library 
in  addition  to  paying  the  county  library  tax. 

A  branch  (according  to  California  Public  Library  Service  Stand- 
ards) is  a  basic  library  unit  operating  as  part  of  a  library  system, 
and  with  its  services  available  to  the  public  some  part  of  five  days  a 
week.  It  is  located  in  quarters  with  floor  area  of  not  less  than  1,400 
square  feet,  housing  a  general  collection  of  at  least  7,000  volumes.  It 
has  a  staff  equivalent  to  at  least  one  professional  and  one  nonprofes- 
sional employee  on  duty  during  time  the  branch  is  open  to  the  public. 

A  station  is  a  library  unit  smaller  than  a  branch  and  operating  as 
part  of  a  library  system.  A  school  which  is  served  by  a  public  library 
and  has  not  a  central  library  room  meeting  the  conditions  of  a  branch 
is  a  school  station.  It  is  counted  as  one  agency  even  though  the  books 
ma}^  be  divided  into  a  number  of  classroom  collections.  A  branch  housed 
in  a  school  but  giving  service  to  the  whole  community  is  counted  as  a 
community  agency;  a  school  agency  affiliated  for  school  service,  as  a 
school  agency. 

Circulation  represents  statistics  kept  of  actual  count  according  to 
an  established  system.  Total  circulation  of  book  materials  is  the  count 
of  one  for  each  bound  volume,  pamphlet  or  periodical  lent  for  home 

(12) 


VOLUME  57,  NO.   I,  WINTER,   1962  13 

use,  from  the  central  library  and  its  agencies,  and  the  count  of  each 
renewal.  A  public  library  includes  in  its  total  circulation  the  count  of 
books  lent  from  schools  for  home  use.  A  county  library  also  includes 
the  circulation  of  county  library  books  from  all  its  agencies,  including 
affiliated  libraries,  which  do  not  include  such  count  in  their  own  annual 
report  totals. 

The  collection  and  circulation  of  nonbook  materials  is  counted  sepa- 
rately from  that  of  book  materials.  The  unit  count  of  all  types  of  sound 
recording  is  by  disc  or  reel,  of  films  by  title.  Circulation  of  all  such 
miscellaneous  materials  is  one  for  each  unit  lent.  For  example,  the 
count  of  recordings  is  by  disc,  regardless  of  record  speed  or  numbers  of 
titles  on  a  recording.  The  count  of  films  is  by  title,  and  circulation  is 
equivalent  to  the  number  of  times  a  film  title  is  in  use  for  showings, 
regardless  of  the  number  of  persons  in  the  audience  for  such  showings. 

Interlibrary  loans  are  loans  between  libraries  which  do  not  form  part 
of  a  system.  (Such  intersystem  loans  are  included  under  Shipments). 
Circulation  by  the  borrowing  library  of  a  book  borrowed  on  interlibrary 
loan  is  included  in  circulation;  the  interlibrary  loan  itself  is  not. 

A  shipment  from  the  central  library  is  a  group  of  items  sent  to  one 
agency  at  one  time. 

The  count  of  employees  is  by  total  number  and  by  full-time  equiva- 
lent of  part-time  and  other  employees.  Professional  employees  are  de- 
fined as  those  who  are  college  or  university  and  library  school  graduates, 
and  those  who  have  attained  professional  status  through  library  ex- 
perience and/or  examination.  They  perform  work  of  professional  grade 
which  requires  training  and  skill  in  the  theoretical  or  scientific  parts 
of  library  work  (as  distinguished  from  its  merely  mechanical  parts). 
If  paid  from  the  library  budget,  janitors  and  building  force  are  in- 
cluded in  the  total  count  of  employees. 

Operating  expenses  are  divided  into  three  categories :  salaries,  li- 
brary materials,  service  and  supplies. 

Capital  expenses  include  only  such  major  outlay  items  as  buildings, 
additions  and  remodeling,  sites,  furniture  and  equipment,  motor  ve- 
hicles. Expenditures  for  books  and  other  ''library  materials"  are  listed 
under  operating  expenses. 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


NUMBER  OF  LIBRARIES  BY  TYPE 

1,959   California  libraries  are  listed  in  the  directory  for  the  year 
1960-61,  as  follows:* 

Public  Libraries — 218  (with  3,952  outlets) 

1   state  library 
51  coiiuty  fi-pe  libraries 
8  library   district  libraries    (Altadena,   Beaumont,   Buena    Park,   Palos   Verdes, 

Palo  Verde  Valley,  Placentia,  Upper  Lake,  Torba  Linda) 
4  union  high  school  district  libraries  (Banning,  Coalinga,  Dixon,  Vaeaville) 
154  municipal  libraries 

Law  Libraries — 76 

59  county  law  libraries  (including  five  branch  libraries) 
IT  miscellaneous  law  libraries 

School  and  Other  Educational  Institution  Libraries — -1,256 

11  university  libraries 

14  state  college  libraries 

58  four-year  college  libraries 

65  separate  junior  college  libraries 
808  public   high  school,   junior   high   school   or   combined   high   school    and   junior 

college  libraries 
149  private  or  special  school  and  other  educational  institution  libraries 
114  centralized  school  libraries  and  teachers'  professional 

37  county  teachers'  libraries 

Miscellaneous  Special  Libraries — 409 

346  miscellaneous  institution,  association  and  business  libraries 
63  armed  forces  installation  libraries 

CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES  STATISTICAL  SUMAAARY,  1960-61 


Iter 


Public 
libraries 


State 
library 


Total 


Per 
capita' 


Number  of  libraries  reporting 

Outlets   (central  library,   branches  and  sta 

tions) 

Registered  users 

Total  volumes 

Circulation — book  materials 

Circulation — non-book  materials 

Total  income 

Income  from  taxation 

Federal  funds 

Total  operating  expenditures 

Spent  for  salaries 

Spent  for  books  and  periodicals 

Capital  outlay 


206 

3,949 

4,759,857 

22,131,965 

84.795,685 

1,299,143 

241,365,440 

334,823,886 

336,7Y2',274 

?25,512,318 

?6,241,828 

?6,818,309 


3 

b 

733,556 

167,677 

124,920 

31,171.817 

3941,742 

3230,075 

31,126,255 

'•3743,400 

■13113,371 


207 

3,952 

4,759,857 

22,665,521 

84,963,362 

1,424,063 

342,537,257 

335,765,628 

3230,075 

337,704,016 

326,255,718 

36,355,099 

36,818,309 


.30 
1.44 
5.41 

.09 
2.71 
2.28 

.0146 
2.40 
1.67 

.40 

.43 


^  Based  on  1960  census  of  15,717,204.  Only  97,997  persons  are  without  local  library  seniee.  Facilities  of 
the  California  State  Library  are  available  to  all  residents,  however.  Those  who  have  no  local  library 
sernce  may  borrow  diiectly  from  the  State  Library,  and  others  may  request  service  through  their  city 
or  county  libraries. 

b  Tlie  State  Library  is  one  of  a  number  of  public  libraries  which  ask  only  for  personal  identification  rather 
than  formal  registration  of  borrowers. 

"=  The  proportion  of  total  expenditures  that  was  outlay  for  salaries  was  66%. 

'i  The  proportion  of  total  expenditures  that  was  outlay  for  books  and  periodicals  was  10%. 

*  Total  of  1959  excludes  two  public,  two  junior  college  and  two  state  college  libraries 
established  or  to  be  established  after  the  fiscal  year.  Total  also  excludes  the 
three  Library  Services  Act  demonstration  projects.  The  total  includes  non- 
reporting  as  well  as  reporting  libraries. 


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CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY  SYSTEMS  GROUPED  BY 
POPULATION  OF  AREA  TAXED  AND  SERVED 

Grouping  of  public  libraries  on  the  basis  of  population  served  fol- 
lows to  some  extent  the  classification  of  libraries  employed  in  the  Public 
Library  Inquiry  and  specifications  in  the  Public  Library  Service  Stand- 
ards for  California.  Two  changes  in  population  groupings  have  been 
made  in  this  edition,  from  those  used  in  previous  years.  The  number 
of  groupings  have  been  expanded  from  four  to  five,  by  splitting  a  pre- 
vious grouping,  population  25,001-100,000  into  two  groupings,  25,001- 
50,000  and  50,001-100,000.  The  maximum  of  the  smallest  population 
range  has  been  raised  from  7,500  to  10,000  population.  These  changes 
have  been  made  for  the  following  reasons :  To  reflect  the  continuing 
growth  of  the  State,  and  the  consequent  growth  in  library  populations 
served,  and  to  offer  easier  and  more  meaningful  comparisons  with  li- 
braries nationally.  The  new  population  categories  parallel,  in  most 
eases,  the  population  groupings  selected  for  various  federal  surveys  of 
libraries.  The  10,000  population  figure  is  employed  by  the  U.  S. 
Library  Services  Branch  to  distinguish  between  urban  and  rural  popu- 
lation areas  for  Library  Services  Act  purposes. 

This  listing  of  all  public  libraries  runs  together  county,  district  and 
municipal  libraries  within  the  five  groups  of  population  they  serve 
(based  on  1960  final  census  figures) . 

It  should  be  noted,  therefore,  that  the  statistics  for  an  individual 
library  affiliated  with  a  larger  library  will  appear  only  under  the 
larger  population  group  of  the  entire  library  system  (i.e.,  the  total 
population  served  by  all  affiliated  library  units  in  one  system,  such 
as  a  county  library  and  several  affiliated  municipal  or  district  libraries, 
or  such  as  two  county  libraries). 

To  provide  a  uniform  base  for  population  figures,  the  official  U.  S. 
census  of  1960  (Final)  is  used.*  Since  population  figures  are  for  area 
taxed  and  served,  the  population  listed  for  a  county  library  does  not 
include  population  of  cities  (in  that  county)  operating  independent 
and  unaffiliated  public  libraries.  Population  figures  of  affiliated  libraries 
are,  therefore,  listed  in  parentheses  to  indicate  they  have  been  included 
in  the  population  figure  for  the  larger  service  unit  or  library  system. 


CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY  SYSTEMS  CLASSIFIED  BY  POPULATION 
SERVED— SUMMARY  OF  TABULATIONS,  1960-61 


Population  group 

Total 
library 
systems 

Type  of  independent 
public  library 

Type  of  affiliated 
public  library 

Total 
public 
libraries 

Munici- 
pal 

County 

District 

Munici- 
pal 

County 

District 

57 

(30) 
(27) 
(30) 
(43) 
(34) 

15 
17 
21 
32 
28 

IS 
9 
7 

10 
3 

2 

1 
3 

21 
5 
3 
7 

3 
2 

3 

36 
33 

Serving  50,001  to  100,000 

Serving  25,001  to  50,000 

Serving  10,001  to  25,000 

2 

52 
34 

2 

212 

(164) 

113 

44 

7 

36 

7 

5 

The  count  of  164  library  systems  equals  the  count  of  Independent  public  libraries  (through  which  4S  other 
public  libraries  are  served  by  affiliation).  The  count  of  212  public  libraries  included  the  164  independent  and 
the  48  affiliated  libraries. 


*  U.  S.  Bureau  of  the  Census.  U.  S.  Census  of  population:  1960.  Number  of  inhabit- 
ants, California.  Final  report  PC  (1)-6A.  U.  S.  Government  Printing  OfHce,  W^ash- 
ington,  D.  C,  1961. 


16 


NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFOBNIA  LIBRARIES 


CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES  ARRANGED  BY  COUNTY 
Based  on  1960-61  Annual  Reports 


County 

Counties  without  library  service: 
Alpine  J' 

Del  Norte 

Lake 

Mendocino 

Nevada 

Yuba 

Counties  contracting  with  other  counties  for 
service: 
Mariposa  (Merced) 

Mono  (Inyo) 

Sierra  (Plumas) 

Counties  contracting  with  cities  for  county 
library  service: 
Riverside  (Riverside  City) 


Independent  municipal  or 

library  district  libraries 

(116) 


Municipal  or  district  libraries 

affiliated  with  county  library 

(4S) 


San  Joaquin  (Stockton  City) 

Santa  Barbara  (Santa  Barbara  City). 

Santa  Cruz  (Santa  Cruz  City) 


Counties  maintaining  county  library  service: 
Alameda 


Amador- 
Butte... 


Calaveras 

Colusa 

Contra  Costa. 

El  Dorado 

Fresno 

Glenn 


None 

Crescent  City 

Lakeport 
Upper  Lake 

Fort  Bragg 

Ukiah 

Willits 

Grass  Valley 
Nevada  City 

Marysville 


None 
None 
None 

None 


Lodi 

None 


Watsonville 

Alameda 

Albany 

Berkeley 

Hayward 

Livermore 

Oakland 

San  Leandro 

None 

Chico 
Oroville 

None 

None 

Richmond 

None 

Coalinga 

None 


None 
None 
None 

None 

None 
None 

None 
None 
None 


Banning 

Beaumont 

Coachella 

Corona 

Elsinore 

Hemet 

Indio 

Palm  Springs 

Palo  Verde  Valley 

Perris 

Riverside 

San  Jacinto 

Stockton 

Lompoc 
Santa  Barbara 
Santa  Maria 

Santa  Cruz 


None 


None 


Gridley 

Angels  Camp 

Colusa 

None 

None 

None 

Orland 
Willows 


VOLUME  57,  NO.   I,  WINTER,   1 962 


17 


CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES  ARRANGED  BY  COUNTY- 

Continued 

Based  on  1960-61  Annual  Reports 


Independent  municipal  or 

Municipal  or  district  libraries 

library  district  libraries 

affiliated  with  county  library 

County 

(116) 

(45) 

Humboldt 

Eureka 

Areata 

Ferndale 

Imperial 

Brawley 

Calexico 

El  Centro 

Imperial 

Inyo 

None 

None 

Kern... 

None 
Hanford 

None 

Kings 

None 

Lassen 

None 
Alhambra 

None 

Los  Angeles 

Torrance 

Altadena 

Arcadia 

Azusa 

Beverly  Hills 

Burbank 

Covina 

Downey 

El  Segundo 

Glendale 

Glendora 

Long  Beach 

Los  Angeles 

Monrovia 

Monterey  Park 

Palos  Verdes 

Pasadena 

Pomona 

Redondo  Beach 

San  Marino 

Santa  Fe  Springs 

Santa  Monica 

Sierra  Madre 

Signal  Hill 

South  Pasadena 

Vernon 

Whittier 

Madera 

None 
Larkspur 

None 

Marin 

None 

Mill  Valley 

San  Anselmo 

San  Rafael 

Sausalito 

Merced... 

None 
None 
A/Tonterey 

None 

Modoc 

None 

Monterey 

Carmel 

Pacific  Grove 

King  City 

Salinas 

Napa 

Calistoga 

None 

Napa 

St.  Helena 

Orange 

Anaheim 

None 

Buena  Park 

Fullerton 

Huntington  Beach 

Newport  Beach 

Orange 

Placentia 

Santa  Ana 

Yorba  Linda 

Placer 

Auburn 
Lincoln 

None 

Roseville 

18 


NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES  ARRANGED  BY  COUNTY- 

Continued 

Based  on  1960-61  Annual  Reports 


County 


Independent  municipal  or 

library  district  libraries 

(116) 


Municipal  or  district  libraries 

affiliated  with  county  library 

(45) 


Plumas 

Sacramento 

San  Benito 

San  Bernardino- 

San  Diego 


San  Francisco 

San  Luis  Obispo  . 

San  Mateo 


Santa  Clara- 


Shasta.-. 
Siskiyou - 
Solano--- 


Sonoma- 


None 

Sacramento 

None 

Ontario 

Redlands 

San  Bernardino 

Upland 

Carlsbad 
Chula  Vista 
Coronado 
Escondido 
National  City 
Oceanside 
San  Diego 

San  Francisco 

Paso  Robles 
San  Luis  Obispo 

Burlingame 

Daly  City 

Redwood  City 

San  Bruno 

San  Mateo 

South  San  Francisco 

Gilroy 
Los  Gatos 
Mountain  View 
Palo  Alto 
San  Jose 
Santa  Clara 
Sunnyvale 

None 

Yreka 

Vallejo 


Cloverdale 
Healdsburg 
Petaluma 


None 

None 

San  Juan  Bautista 

Colton 

None 


None 
None 

Menlo  Park 


None 


None 

Etna 

Benicia 

Dixon 

Vacaville 

None 


Santa  Rosa 
Sebastopol 
Sonoma 

None 

Modesto 

Turlock 

Sutter 

None 

None 

Red  Bluff 

None 

None 

None 

Porterville 

Tulare 
Visalia 

None 

Oxnard 
Santa  Paula 

Sonora 

Ventura 

Yolo 

Woodland 

None 

Note:  As  of  June  30,  1961.  For  libraries  established  since  that  date,  see  in  Directory:  Commerce,  Inglewood. 


VOLUME  57,  NO.    I,  WINTER,    1 962 

CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES  CLASSIFIED  BY  NUMBER 
OF  VOLUMES-1 960-61 


19 


Total  volumes 

Number  of  libraries  reporting 

1000000 — 2  765  891                        .-  

2 

600  000 — 999,999                

3 

300  000 — S99  999                          -       

11 

Total                                            16  or  8% 

100  000—299,999 

34 

Total                                            34  or  18% 

50  000—99,999              

38 

Total                                      •     38  or  20% 

30,000 — 49  999 

42 

20  000 — 29  999                                       

24 

Total                                            66  or  36% 

10000—19,999            

22 

Total                                            22  or  11% 

5  000—9,999                          

11 

346 — 4,999     

4 

Total                                               15  or  8% 

191 

Fifty  public  libraries,  or  26.2%  of  those  reporting,  have  over  100,000  volumes;  37,  or  19.4%,  have  less 
than  20,000  volumes. 


CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES  CLASSIFIED  BY  OPERATING 
EXPENDITURES-1 960-61 


Expenditures 
(Exclusive  of  capital  outlay) 

Number  of  libraries  reporting 

Over  S4  000  000                                            

2 

gl  000,000—1,999,999          _       

4 

Total                                             6  or  3.1% 

3500,000—999,999 

8 

300,000 — 499,999 

12 

200  000—299,999                                

10 

100,000—199,999    

27 

Total                                              57  or  29.2% 

g75  000— 99,999  .                   .-- 

17 

50,000—74,999 

23 

Total                                            40  or  20.5% 

540,000—49,999        -       - 

14 

30,000—39,999 . 

19 

20,000—29,999 

18 

10,000—19,999 

15 

Total                                            66  or  33.8% 

35,000—9,999 

16 

1,000 — 4,999        -                                --           . 

9 

Less  than  31,000 .-.   .   .. 

1 

Total                                               26  or  13.4% 

Total  libraries  reporting  expenditures 

195 

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21 


DISTRIBUTION  OF  CALIFORNIA  MUNICIPAL  AND  DISTRICT  LIBRARIES 
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Los  Angeles 

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Pasadena 

Calistoga 

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Sacramento 

Carlsbad 

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San  Diego 

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San  Francisco 

Cloverdale 

Coronado 

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Richmond 

San  Jose 

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Covina 

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25,000 

16,250 

25,000 

13,500 

164,300 
206,786 
132,108 

47,593 
107,116 

64,341 

253,339 

334,689 

56,500 

92,734 

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16,336 
100,000 
82,000 
50,000 
30,000 
28,000 
50,000 
40,000 
13,850 

12,000 
15,000 
70,000 

50,000 
65,000 
60,000 
145,320 
70,000 
35,000 

73,934 
72,000 
60,000 

45,000 

4,050 
35,923 
10,415 
12,800 
10,500 

2,610 
13,400 

2,384 

3,600 

1,944 
1,296 
7,600 

12,000 
15,000 
8,400 
5,041 
10,470 
6,000 

18,480 

22,140 

8,200 

9,614 

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1905 
1924 
1918- 
60 
1953 
1890 
1917 

1957 
1960 
1958 

1953 
1929- 

52 
1960 
1961 
1906- 

50 
1930- 

54 

1926 
1919 
1929 
1912 
1920 
1947 
1878 
1912 
1919 

1905 
1912 
1910 

1907 
1929 
1905 
1920 
1895 
1921 

1885 
1894 
1907 

1928 

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72,000 

38,000 
63,000 

45,337 
125,000 

33,150 

10,168 

13,670 
20,000 
15,520 

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1909 
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1884 
1951 
1904 
1916 

1917 
1900 

21  REDLANDS 

22  REDONDO  BEACH 

23  REDWOOD  CITY 

24  SALINAS 

25  SAN  BRUNO 

26  SANTA  ROSA 

27  SISKIYOU  CO 

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28  SOUTH  SAN  FRANCISCO 

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45,810 
59,543 
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77,610 
39,696 
32,397 
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11,620 
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15,263 
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Professional  Employee — ^An  employee  in  a  position  which  requires 
college  or  university  education  and  library  school  graduation,  and 
performance  of  work  of  a  grade  which  necessitates  training  and  skill 
in  the  theoretical  or  scientific  parts  of  library  work  (as  distinguished 
from  its  mechanical  parts).  Applies  to  all  classes  in  this  list. 

Assistant  Librarian — Professional  employee  who  co-ordinates  the  work 
of  section  supervisors  or  principal  librarians,  assuming  a  major  por- 
tion of  planning  and  policy-making  for  the  library  as  a  whole. 

Branch  Librarian — Professional  employee  in  charge  of  an  auxiliary 
library  agency  which  has  separate  quarters,  a  permanent  staff,  a  reg- 
ular schedule  and  a  permanent  basic  collection  of  library  materials. 

Chief  Librarian— JjihrsiTian  who  assumes  responsibility  for  operation 
of  the  entire  library,  integrating  its  work  with  that  of  other  city  or 
county  departments,  university  or  college  departments,  or  other 
major  parts  of  the  larger  organization;  makes  final  decisions  on 
policies,  plans  and  programs. 

Department  Head — Professional  employee  who  plans,  organizes  and 
directs  the  work  of  the  staff  of  a  major  section  or  department  of  the 
library;  reviews  work  and  passes  on  difficult  problems,  and  does 
highly  skilled  professional  work. 

Junior  Librarian  (Librarian  I) — Beginning  professional  position,  re- 
quiring a  college  or  university  education,  plus  a  degree  from  an 
accredited  library  school.  This  is  the  trainee  grade,  for  which  no 
professional  experience  is  required. 

Principal  Librarian — Professional  employee  who  plans,  organizes  and 
directs  the  work  of  several  sections  or  departments  or  a  particular 
kind  of  work  (e.g.  children's  work)  in  the  library  system;  makes 
recommendations  on  policy  organization  and  procedures;  develops 
programs  of  service. 

Senior  Librarian  (Librarian  II) — Professional  employee  doing  varied 
and  difficult  professional  library  work  under  general  supervision; 
may  also  be  responsible  for  a  subordinate  function,  and  exercise 
supervisory  responsibility  over  a  small  staff  or  act  as  assistant  super- 
visor of  a  large  staff. 

Nonprofessional  Employee — Employee  in  a  position,  the  duties  of 
which  are  of  a  mechanical  and/or  routine  nature,  not  requiring 
professional  library  education. 


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73 


Professional  Librarian  Qasses 
Civil  service — exempt: 

State  librarian 

Assistant  state  librarian 

Civil  service  ratings: 

Librarian  V  (principal  librarian) 

Library  consultant 

Law  librarian 

Librarian  IV  (supervising  librarian) 

Supervising  blind  section  librarian 

Supervising  order  librarian 

Librarian  III  (supervising  librarian) 

Librarian  II  (senior  librarian)* 

Librarian  I  (junior  librarian)* 

The  first  salary  raise  for  Librarian  I  is  granted  after  completion  of  the  six-month's  probationary  period, 
and  the  next  raise  1  year  later. 

1 B.     Nonprofessional  Classes  (All  Civil  Service) 


213,230  per  annum 

1 

821-862-905-950-998 

-- 

?676-710-745-782-821 

2 

676-710-745-782-821 

6 

676-710-745-782-821 

1 

556-584-613-644-676 

6 

505-530-556-584-613 

1 

481-505-530-556-584 

1 

481-505-530-556-584 

8 

436-458-481-505-530 

15!^ 

415-436-458 

3 

Storekeeper  II-A 

Storekeeperl 

Supervising  clerk  I 

Supervising  typist-clerk 

Supervisor  of  book  repair 

Senior  typist-clerk 

Seniorclerks 

Senior  file  clerks 

Stock  clerk 

Photocopyist 

Intermediate  stenographer-clerk 

Intermediate  typist-clerk  (range  B) 

Serviceman,  book  reproducers  for  the  blind 

Intermediate  typist-clerk  (range  A) 

Intermediate  clerk 

Book  repairer 

Elevator  operator 

Duplicating  machine  operator 

Junior  typist-clerk 

Junior  clerk 


2458^81-505-530-556 
395-^15-436-458-181 
415^36-458^81-505 
415^36-458-481-505 
376-395^15^36-458 
376-395^15^36-458 
376-395-415^36-458 
376-395-415-436-458 
358-376-395-415-136 
341-358-376-395^15 
341-358-376-395-415 
341-358-376-395-415 
325-341-358-376-395 
325-341-358-376-395 
325-341-358-376-395 
310-325-341-358-376 
310-325-341-358-376 
295-310-325-341-358 
295-310-325-341-358 
281-295-310-325-341 


1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
10 
3 
1 
6 
2 
1 
6 
1 

25 
7 
1 
1 
1 
6 


The  first  pay  raise  of  most  nonprofessional  classifications  is  granted  after  completion  of  the  six-month's 
probationary  period.  Subsequent  raises  are  annual  thereafter. 


'  Appointments  may  be  made  at  second  step. 


74 


NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBKARIES 


INDEX  TO  COUNTY  AND  MUNICIPAL  LIBRARY 
SALARY  TABLES 


Library 


A.  K.  Smiley  P.  L.. 

Alameda  Co.  F.  L 

Alameda  P.  L 

Albany  P.  L 

Alhambra  P.  L 

Altadena  L.  Dist.  L 

Amador  Co.  F.  L 

Anaheim  P.  L 

Angels  Camp  P.  L 

Arcadia  P.  L 

Areata  P.  L 

Auburn  P.  L 

Azusa  P.  L 

Banning  Union  High  School  Dist.  L 

Beaumont  L.  Dist.  L 

Benicia  P.  L 

Berkeley  P.  L 

Beverly  Hills  P.  L 

Biggs  P.  L 

(Blythe)  Palo  Verde  Valley  Dist.  L 

Brawley  P.  L 

Buena  Park  h.  Dist.  L 

Burbank  P.  L 

Burlingame  P.  L 

Butte  Co.  F.  L 

Calaveras  Co.  F.  L 

Calezico  P.  L 

Calistoga  P.  L 

Carlsbad  P.  L. _- 

(Carmel)  Harrison  Memorial  L 

Chico  P.  L 

Chula  Vista  P.  L 

Cloverdale  P.  L 

Coachella  P.  L 

Coalinga  Union  High  School  Dist.  L 

Colton  P.  L - 

Colusa  Co.  F.  L 

Colusa  P.  L 

Commerce  P.  L 

Contra  Costa  Co.  F.  L 

Corning  P.  L 

Corona  P.  L 

Coronado  P.  L 

Covina  P.  L 

Crescent  City  P.  L 

Daly  City  P.  L . 

Dean  Hobbs  Blanchard  Memorial  P.  L. 

Dixon  Union  High  School  Dist.  L 

Downey  P.  L 

El  Centro  P.  L 

El  Dorado  Co.  F.  L 

El  Segundo  P.  L 

Elsinore  P.  L 

Escondido  P.  L 

Etna  P.  L 

Eureka  P.  L 

Ferndale  P.  L 

Fort  Bragg  P.  L 

Fresno  Co.  F.  L 

FuUerton  P.  L 

Gilroy  P.  L. 

Glendale  P.  L 

Glendora  P.  L 

Glenn  Co.  F.  L 

Goodman  P.  L 

Grass  Valley  P.  L 

Gridley  P.  L 

Hanford  P.  L... 

Harrison  Memorial  L 

Hayward  P.  L 

Healdsburg  Carnegie  P.  L 

Hemet  P.  L 

Herbert  Kraft  P.  L 

Humboldt  Co.  F.  L 

Huntington  Beach  P.  L 

Imperial  Co.  F.  L 

Imperial  P.  L 

Indio  P.  L 

Inyo  Co.  F.  L. 


V 

II 

IV 

VI 

IV 

V 

II 
III 

V 

VII 

VII 

VI 

VI 

VI 

VII 

III 

V 

VII 

VI 

VI 

IV 

IV 

VI 

II 
II 

VII 

VII 

VII 

VII 

VI 

V 

VII 

VII 

VI 

VI 

II 

VII 
VII 

II 

VI 
VI 
VI 

* 

VI 
VI 


II 

IV 
VII 

III 

VI 

II 

VI 

VII 

VII 

VI 

VII 

IV 

VII 

VII 

VII 

II 

VI 

II 

VII 
VII 

II 


Kern  Co.  F.  L 

King  City  P.  L 

Kings  Co.  F.  L 

Lakeport  P.  L 

Larkspur  P.  L 

Lassen  Co.  F.  L 

Lincoln  P.  L 

Livermore  P.  L 

Lodi  P.  L .- 

Lompoc  P.  L 

Long  Beach  P.  L 

Los  Angeles  Co.  P.  L 

Los  Angeles  P.  L 

Los  Gatos  P.  L 

Madera  Co.  F.  L 

Marin  Co.  F.  L 

Mariposa  Co.  F.  L 

Marysville  City  P.  L 

McHenry  P.  L 

Menlo  Park  P.  L. 

Merced  Co.  F.  L 

Mill  Valley  P.  L 

(Modesto)  McHenry  P.  L 

Modoc  Co.  F.  L 

Monrovia  P.  L 

Monterey  Co.  F.  L 

Monterey  P.  L 

Monterey  Park  P.  L 

Mountain  View  P.  L 

Napa  Co.  F.  L 

(Napa)  Goodman  P.  L 

National  City  P.  L 

Nevada  City  P.  L 

Newport  Beach  P.  L 

Oakland  P.  L 

Oceanside  P.  L 

Ontario  P.  L 

Orange  Co.  F.  L 

Orange  P.  L 

Orland  P.  L 

Oroville  P.  L 

Oxnard  P.  L.. 

Pacific  Grove  P.  L 

Palm  Springs  (Welwood  Murray  P.  L.). 

Palo  Alto  P.  L 

Palo  Verde  Valley  Dist.  L 

Palos  Verdes  L.  Dist.  L 

Pasadena  P.  L 

Paso  Robles  P.  L 

Perris  P.  L- 

Petaluma  P.  L 

Placentia  L.  Dist.  L 

Placer  Co.  F.  L — 

Plumas  Co.  F.  L 

Pomona  P.  L 

Porterville  P.  L 

(Red  Bluff)  Herbert  Kraft  P.  L 

(Redlands)  A.  K.  Smiley  P.  L 

Redondo  Beach  P.  L 

Redwood  City  P.  L 

Richmond  P.  L 

Riverside  Co.  F.  L 

Riverside  P.  L 

Roseville  P.  L. 

Sacramento  Co.  F.  L 

Sacramento  P.  L 

St.  Helena  P.  L 

Salinas  P.  L 

San  Anselmo  P.  L 

San  Benito  Co.  F.  L 

San  Bernardino  Co.  F.  L 

San  Bernardino  P.  L 

San  Bruno  P.  L 

San  Diego  Co.  F.  L 

San  Diego  P.  L 

San  Francisco  P.  L 

San  Jacinto  P.  L 

San  Joaquin  Co.  F.  L 

San  Jose  P.  L 


Volume  57,  iro.  1,  wii^TEii,  1962  75 

INDEX  TO  COUNTY  AND  MUNICIPAL  LIBRARY 
SALARY  TABLES-Continued 


Library- 

Table 

Library- 

Table 

San  Juan  Bautista  P.  L. 

IV 
II 
VI 
VI 

II 

IV 

III 
II 
III 
II 

IV 

II 
II 

VI 
VI 
IV 

VI 
V 

VII 
VII 

II 
II 

VII 
VII 

II 
II 
II 

VII 

* 

VI 

V 

San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  F.  L 

II 

Stockton  P.  L 

II 

San  Mateo  Co.  F.  L.                            

Sutter  Co.  F.  L. 

II 

San  Mateo  P,  L _ 

Tehama  Co.  F.  L 

II 

San  Rafael  P.  L. 

II 

II 

Santa  Barbara  Co.  F.  L, 

Tulare  Co.  F.  L 

II 

Tulare  P.  L 

VI 

Santa  Clara  Co.  F.  L 

II 

Santa  Clara  P.  L 

Turlock  P.  L 

VII 

Ukiah  P.  L_ 

VII 

Santa  Cruz  P.  L 

Upland  P.  L. 

VI 

Vacaville  Union  High  Sch.  Dist.  L 

Vallejo  P.  L.. 

VI 

IV 

Ventura  Co.  F.  L 

II 

Ventura  P.  L. 

II 

Vernon  P.  L 

VII 

Sausalito  P.  L.         -       _.             

Visalia  P.  L... 

VI 

Watsonville  P.  L .. 

VI 

Shasta  Co.  F.  L 

Welwood  Murray  P.  L.     . 

VI 

Whittier  P.  L... 

V 

Sierra  Madre  P.  L 

Willits  P.  L 

* 

Signal  Hill  P.  L 

Willows  P.  L 

* 

Woodland  P.  L 

VI 

Solano  Co.  F.  L 

Yolo  Co.  F.  L 

II 

VII 

Yreka  P.  L... 

VII 

'  Indicates  no  report. 


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VII.     SALARIES  IN  MUNICIPAL  AND  DISTRICT  LIBRARIES— AREAS 

OF  LESS  THAN   10,000  POPULATION 

(1960  U.S.  CENSUS) 

Professional  and  Nonprofessional  Positions — December  1,  1961 


City 


Chief  librarian! 


Other  librarians' 


Library  aides; 
desk  attendants 


Pages  and 
shelvers 


3350 
480* 
350* 
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430-510* 

100 

417-507** 


523-670** 

165 

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Co. 


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1.60  per  hr. 


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(1)  330-425** 

(2)  1.75-2.25  prhr. 


(1)  35  per  mo. 

/(I)  676-821** 

1(1)  505-613** 

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1(1)  300 

/(!)"  220 

1(1)  50b 

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1(3)  1.75  per  hr. 


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(2)     406-492 1 


(1)     255-399 
(1)     135 


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1.25  per  hr. 

245-285 
1.25  per  hr. 

296-360** 

275-353 
244-314 
1.50  per  hr. 


1.50  per  hr. 
376-458 
325-395 
1.55-1.79  per  hr. 


1.25  per  hr. 


1.25  per  hr. 

246 

231 


'(2)  350-425 
(2)  317-386 
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(1)  268-325 

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(1)      1.50  per  hr. 

(3)  1.25  per  hr. 
(3)  1.62-1.97  per  hr. 


(1) 
(1) 
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(1) 
(2) 

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390 

312 

189 

1.55  per  hr. 

295-325  d 

255-310 

220-268 

2.00  per  hr. 

pt.  time 
1.21-1.31  pr 

hr.  pt.  time 


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31.15  perhr. 
1.00  per  hr. 


1.00  per  hr. 
1.00  per  hr. 

220-268 

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1.25  per  hr. 

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1.25  per  hr. 
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(3)     1.15  perhr. 


92  NEWS  NOTES  OP  CALIFORNIA  LIBEARIES 

VII.     SALARIES  IN  MUNICIPAL  AND  DISTRICT  LIBRARIES— AREAS 

OF  LESS  THAN   10,000  POPULATION— Continued 

(1960  U.S.  CENSUS) 

Professional  and  Nonprofessional  Positions — December  1,  1961 


City 

Chief  librarian' 

Other  librarians' 

Library  aides; 
desk  attendants 

Pages  and 
shelvers 

25 

342-SOOt 

206 

(1)     100 

(1)     1.25-2. sot 

—  - 

W  1.25  per  hr. 

Yorba  Linda 

Yreka 

'^  Some  of  these  positions  are  filled  by  persons  without  library  school  training,  who  have  been  appointed  to 
professional  jobs  because  of  inability  to  secure  library  school  graduates  for  salaries  available.  Some  of  the 
positions  have  short  schedules  of  working  hours  per  week. 
*  Salary  set  at  discretion  of  library  board. 
**  Raise  after  6  months, 
t  Raise  after  12  months. 
»  Salary  paid  by  Humboldt  Co.  F.  L. 
•>  Plus  $1.50  per  hour  Sunday  work. 
<^  Salary  recorded  for  1960-61  annual  report. 
<i  When  salary  at  which  current  appointments  can  be  made  is  higher  than  minimum  of  the  established  range, 

that  appointive  salary  is  listed  here  as  minimum. 
«  Also  recorded  in  Stanislaus  Co. 


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1,963 

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Alhambra 

Arcadia 

Benicia 

Berkeley 

Beverly  Hills 

Buena  Park 

Burbank 

Butte  County 

Coalinga 

Eureka 

Fullerton 

Glendale 

Hanford 

Huntington  Beach 

Lodi 

Long  Beach 

Los  Angeles 

Los  Angeles  County 

Madera  County 

Merced  County 

Monterey 

Napa 

Napa  County 

National  City 

Ontario 

VOLUME  '>,'],  NO.   I,  WINTER,   1 962 


97 


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414,238 

1,139 

57,442 

212,930 

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52,720 

1,197 

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134,768 

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3,957 

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29,113 

21,287 

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54,120 

73,365 

132,399 

9,840 

3,658 
2,190 

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3,606 

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1,382 

24 

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SOUND  RECORDNGS  IN  CALIFORNIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARIES,  1960-61 
Unit  Count  Is  by  Disc  or  Reel,  All  Types  and  Speeds  of  Recordings 


City  or  County  Library 


Total 
Recordings 


Number 
Added 
During 
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Number 

Withdrawn 

During 

Year 


Total 
Circulation 


Equipment  Owned 


Record 
Player 


Alameda 

Alameda  County 

Alharabra 

Amador  County 

Arcadia 

Berkeley ^ 

Buena  Park 

Burbank 

Burlingame 

Butte  County 

Calexico 

Chula  Vista 

Coalinga 

Contra  Costa  County.  . 

Colton 

Daly  City 

EI  Centro 

Fresno  County 

Fullerton 

Glendale 

Hayward 

Hemet 

Kern  County 

Lassen  County 

Livermore 

Lodi 

Long  Beach 

Los  Angeles 

Los  Angeles  County — 

Madera  County 

Merced  County 

Mill  Valley - 

Monrovia 

Monterey 

Monterey  County 

Mountain  View 

Newport  Beach 

Oakland 

Orange 

Orange  County 

Orland -- 

Oroville 

Pacific  Grove 

Palo  Alto 

Pasadena 

Petaluma 

Placer  County 

Plumas  County 

Pomona 

Porterville 

Redlands 

Richmond 

Sacramento 

Salinas . 

San  Bernardino 

San  Diego 

San  Diego  County 

San  Jose 

San  Joaquin  County — 

San  Leandro 

San  Marino 

San  Mateo 

San  Mateo  County 

Santa  Ana 

Santa  Barbara  County. 

Santa  Cruz  County 

Santa  Fe  Springs 

Santa  Maria 

Santa  Monica 

Shasta  County 

Sierra  Madre 

Solano  County.. _ 

South  San  Francisco — 

South  Pasadena. 

Stanislaus  County 

Tehama  County 

Ventura  County 

Watsonville 

Whittier 


3,410 

35 
2,815 
8 
1,100 
1,140 
1,956 


1,815 
714 


472 
5,671 
1,075 
1,287 


1,117 
745 

1,349 

2,936 
816 
325 

1,255 

417 

527 

545 

11,022 

3,618 


541 

1,142 

1,672 

3,413 

36 

529 

365 
3,806 

256 


77 
256 
188 
631 

4,104 

364 

76 

463 

2,150 
207 


244 
3,124 

567 
1,443 
8,339 

451 

16,970 

1,766 

15,658 

1,295 

5,004 

281 


3,506 

2,223 

239 

895 

3,641 

847 


1,159 

3,029 

370 

34 

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273 


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3,077 
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2,020 

593 

9,574 

13,810 

15,763 

23,641 

17,540 

115 

2,870 

2,377 

9,167 

3,351 

107,941 


9,749 
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14,753 


130 
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3,102 
10,388 
442 
881 
2,156 


37,405 

842 

754 

3,273 

34,298 

439 

13,502 

35,851 

27,302 


13,476 
20,763 
5,275 
26,876 
14,650 


13,626 
24,851 


15,382 

44,675 

3,232 

793 

13,034 

27,944 

5,993 

63 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBEARIES 


CALIFORNIA  JUNIOR  COLLEGE  LIBRARIES  * 
Annual  Statistics,  1960-61 


Name 


Address 


Book 

Fund 

1960- 

61 


Total 
vol- 
umes 


Vol- 
umes 
added 


Period- 
icals re- 
ceived 
cur- 
rently 


Library 
employees 


Prof. 


Non- 
prof. 


Stu- 
dents 


Antelope  Valley  Jr.  College 

Bakersfield  College 

California  Concordia  College  .. 

Cerritos  College 

Chaff ey  College 

Citrus  Jr.  College 

City  College  of  San  Francisco  . 

College  of  San  Mateo 

College  of  the  Siskiyous 

Compton  District  Jr.  College.. 

Contra  Costa  College 

Deep  Springs  College 

Diablo  Valley  College 

East  Los  Angeles  College 

El  Camino  College 

Foothill  College 

Fresno  City  College 

FuUerton  Jr.  College 

Glendale  College 

Hartnell  College 

Humphreys  College 

Imperial  Valley  College 

Lassen  Jr.  College 

Los  Angeles  City  College 

Los  Angeles  Harbor  College 

Los  Angeles  Metropolitan  Col- 
lege of  Business 

Los  Angeles  Pierce  College 

Los  Angeles  Valley  College 

Menlo  College 

Modesto  Jr.  College 

Monterey  Peninsula  College.-. 

Mt.  San  Antonio  College 

Napa  College 

Oceanside  Carlsbad  College 

Orange  Coast  College 

Palomar  College 

Pasadena  City  College 

Porterville  College 

Reedley  College 

Sacramento  City  College 

San  Benito  College 

San  Bernardino  Valley  College 

San  Diego  Jr.  College 

San  Jose  City  College 

Santa  Ana  College 

Santa  Barbara  City  College 

Santa  Monica  City  College 

Santa  Rosa  Jr.  College 

Shasta  College 

Stockton  College 

Vallejo  Jr.  College 

Yuba  College 


Lancaster 

Bakersfield 

Oakland 

Norwalk 

Aha  Loma 

Azusa 

San  Francisco. - 

San  Mateo 

Weed 

Compton 

San  Pablo 

Deep  Springs.. 

Concord 

Los  Angeles 

El  Camino  Col- 
lege....___._ 
Mountain  View 

Fresno 

Fullerton 

Glendale 

Salinas 

Stockton 

El  Centro 

Susanville 

Los  Angeles 

Wilmington 

Los  Angeles 

Woodland  Hills 

Van  Nuys 

Menlo  Park 

Modesto 

Monterey 

Pomona 

Napa 

Oceanside 

Costa  Mesa 

San  Marcos 

Pasadena 

Porterville 

Reedley 

Sacramento 

Hollister 

.San  Bernardino 

San  Diego 

Moorpark 

Santa  Ana 

Santa  Barbara. 
Santa  Monica.. 

Santa  Rosa 

Redding 

Stockton 

Vallejo 

Marysville 


57,000 
11,736 
1,525 
20,900 
11,800 
10,100 
12,000 
19,300 
15,000 
7,231 
8,000 
478 
11,810 
12,523 

21,730 
14,240 
11,224 
13,800 

7,594 

10,497 

782 

24,355 

1,276 
38,845 
17,514 

9,678 
30,191 
35,163 
5,373 
10,226 
9,482 
17,500 
5,653 
2,062 
i'10,590 
8,890 
18,349 
8,158 
4,448 
7,200 
3,500 
8,533 
16,427 
b  14,000 
5,800 
9,000 
13,529 
12,519 
6,836 
8,971 
4,014 
5,838 


8,500 
26,041 
10,050 
11,442 
18,355 
14,000 
52,088 
31,187 

4,000 
22,229 
21,464 
11,900 
16,500 
35,311 

30,796 
12,500 
13,646 
26,369 
20,000 
250,016 
6,470 
6,000 
5,169 
95,773 
22,924 

13,042 
28,365 
34,295 
17,383 
40,098 
17,291 
35,264 
12,041 
16,996 
16,574 
24,148 
63,447 

7,393 

8,461 
52,050 

4,000 
38,000 
26,053 
21,000 
26,476 
10,000 
30,125 
28,306 
14,496 
20,202 

7,973 
18,827 


854 
1,823 

225 
2,383 
2,026 
2,000 
1,884 
2,109 
2,000 
1,572 
1,356 
75 
1,313 
3,602 

3,232 
2,939 
1,724 
2,040 
1,255 
1,807 

100 
6,000 

390 
5,406 
2,452 

2,238 
4,533 
7,061 
1,700 
1,451 
1,834 
3,818 
1,070 

639 
1,826 
2,768 
3,827 
1,808 

520 
1,217 
1,000 
1.622 
2,618 
3,000 
1,167 
2,500 
2,931 
2,019 
1,630 
1,629 

506 
1,799 


125 
200 
140 
363 
300 
200 
437 
505 

60 
159 
225 

35 
265 
392 

213 

214 

270 

381 

210 

284 

48 

70 

60 

400 

350 

250 
415 
481 
178 
477 
218 
521 
151 
104 
130 
269 
300 
94 
150 
140 
110 
200 
328 
320 
219 
210 
428 
265 
157 
199 
216 


1.0 
3.0 
1.0 
2.0 
2.0 
1.4 
5.3 
4.8 
1.0 
3.3 
2.0 


3.0 
3.0 

4.0 
5.0 
3.0 
4.0 
2.1 
2.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
7.0 
2.9 

1.4 
2.0 
5.0 
1.0 
5.5 
2.0 
6.7 
1.0 
1.3 
2.3 
1.0 
6.0 
1.0 
1.0 
3.0 
1.0 
3.0 
S.O 
3.0 
2.7 
1.0 
4.0 
2.0 
1.0 
2.9 
1.0 
2.0 


1.0 
4.0 


4.0 
4.0 
2.0 
1.2 

5.8 


2.5 
2.0 


3.0 
6.0 

5.0 
2.0 
4.0 
3.6 
3.0 
3.0 
2.0 


S.O 
3.0 

1.0 
2.0 
6.0 
1.5 
4.5 
2.0 
6.5 
1.2 
1.0 
3.0 
3.5 
4.5 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 


2.3 
S.O 
2.0 
1.0 
2.0 
4.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.3 
1.0 
2.5 


850 
3,862 
82 
4,577 
1,601 
2,797 
4,851 
3,563 

199 
2,246 
3,749 
18 
4,878 
8,747 

9,010 

3,145 

5,135 

4,725 

2,788 

1,162 

461 

844 

283 

21,599 

2,940 

4,003 
='1,469 
7,543 
1,048 
2,721 
2,856 
5,018 
977 
1,781 
3,402 
1,729 
10,081 


1,048 
4,613 
86 
8,471 
6,251 
5,572 
3,316 
1,392 


1,974 
865 
3,564 
3,091 
2,294 


*  Statistics  compiled  from  U.S.  Department  of  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare,  Office  of  Education.  LIBRARY 
STATISTICS  OF  COLLEGES  AND  UNIVERSITIES,  19G0-61,  pt.  1:  INSTITUTIONAL  DATA.  Washington, 
1962.  Published  with  the  permission  of  the  U.S.  Office  of  Education. 

»  Excludes  enrollment  in  the  evening  division. 

^  Includes  expenditures  for  binding. 


CALIFORNIA  BOARD  OF  LIBRARY  EXAMINERS 

' '  There  is  in  the  State  Government  a  commission  known  as  the  Board 
of  Library  Examiners,  consisting  of  the  State  Librarian,  who  is  ex 
officio  chairman  of  the  board,  the  librarian  of  the  public  library  of  the 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  and  the  librarian  of  the  Los  An- 
geles Public  Library  ..."   (Education  Code  27251) 

''The  board  shall  pass  upon  the  qualifications  of  all  persons  desiring 
to  become  county  librarians  ..."  (Education  Code  27252) 

Members  of  the  Board 

Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh,  California  State  Librarian,  Chairman 
Harold  L.  Hamill,  Librarian,  Los  Angeles  Public  Library 
William  R.  Holman,  Librarian,  San  Francisco  Public  Library 

Examination  of  Candidates 

Dates  for  the  next  examination  have  not  yet  been  determined.  Librar- 
ians who  may  be  interested  in  taking  a  future  examination  may  obtain 
a  list  of  the  Board's  regulations  and  application  blank  for  filing,  on 
request  to  the  Chairman.  The  list  of  librarians  who  may  be  interested 
in  taking  the  examinations  is  important  to  the  Board  in  deciding  the 
time  for  holding  the  nest  examination. 

Announcement  of  the  next  examination,  and  application  blanks  for 
filing,  together  with  the  Board's  regulations,  will  be  sent  to  those  who 
request  them. 

For  further  information,  address  the  Chairman,  Board  of  Library 
Examiners,  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh,  California  State  Library,  Sacra- 
mento 9,  California. 

CALIFORNIA  COUNTY  LIBRARIAN  CERTIFICATE  HOLDERS 
As  of  March  1,  1962 

Biller,    Florence    E. ;    Library    Consultant,    California    State   Library,    Sacramento. 
Boyd,  Barbara  G. ;  Lecturer  in  Library  Service,  School  of  Library  Service,  UCLA, 

Los  Angeles. 
Brother,    Shirley ;    Library    Consultant,    California    State   Library,    Sacramento. 
Brown,   Eleanor   Frances ;    Librarian,    Camas,   Washington,   Public  Library. 
Oasteel,  Miriam ;  Assistant  Librarian,  Ventura  County  Library,  Ventura. 
Chadwick,  Mrs.  Catherine  S. ;  Librarian,  Ventura  County  Library,  Ventura. 
Clark,  Patricia  J. ;  Librarian,  San  Luis  Obispo  Public  Library,  San  Luis  Obispo. 
Collins,  Mrs.  Hilda ;  Librarian,  Tulare  County  Library,  Visalia. 
Cotton,  Jane  C. ;  Librarian,  Placer  County  Library,  Auburn. 

Crumb,  Mrs.  Lois  K. ;  Librarian,  San  Luis  Obispo  County  Library,  San  Luis  Obispo. 
Edens,  Mrs.  Marietta ;  Children's  Librarian,  Ventura  County  Library,  Ventura. 
Ewing,  Stephen  D. ;  Librarian,  San  Leandro  Public  Library,  San  Leandro. 
Fabilli,  Josephine ;   Supervising  Librarian,  Los  Angeles  State  College  Library,  Los 

Angeles  32. 


(105) 


106  NEWS  NOTES  OP  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 

Farrier,  George  F. ;  Librarian,  Santa  Clara  County  Library,  San  Jose. 

Fitch,  Mrs.  Vera  Elder ;  Librarian,  El  Dorado  County  Library,  PlacervUle. 

Fuller,  Donald  F. ;  Supervising  Librarian,  Santa  Clara  County  Library,  San  Jose. 

Geller,  William  S. ;  Assistant  County  Librarian,  Los  Angeles  County  Public  Library, 
Los  Angeles. 

Gerould,  Albert  C. ;  Chief,  Central  Public  Departments,  Free  Library  of  Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvania. 

Gilbert,  Mrs.  Helen  Stone ;  Librarian,  Yakima  Valley  Regional  Library,  Yakima, 
Washington. 

Hahn,  Frances  A. ;  Librarian,  San  Diego  County  Library,  San  Diego. 

Hall,  Roxie ;  Librarian,  Calaveras  County  Library,  San  Andreas. 

Hamill,  Harold  L. ;  Librarian,  Los  Angeles  Public  Library,  Los  Angeles. 

Hamilton,  Carl  W. ;  Librarian,  McHenry  Public  and  Stanislaus  County  Libraries, 
Modesto. 

Hanna,  Alice  M. ;  Librarian,  Kings  County  Library,  Hanford. 

Helium,  Mrs.  Bertha  D. ;  Librarian,  Contra  Costa  County  Library,  1750  Oak  Park 
Boulevard,  Pleasant  Hill,  California. 

Henderson,  John  D. ;  Librarian,  Los  Angeles  County  Public  Library,  Los  Angeles. 

Holman,  William  R. ;  Librarian,  San  Francisco  Public  Library,  San  Francisco. 

Hope,  Arlene;  Principal  Librarian,  Library  Consultant  Services,  California  State 
Library,  Sacramento. 

Hughes,  M.  Virginia ;  Library  Consultant,  California  State  Library,  Sacramento. 

Humphry,  John  A. ;  Director,  City  Library  Association,  Springfield,  Massachusetts. 

Jackson,  Edwin  G. ;  Director,  Free  Public  Library,  Trenton,  Nevi^  Jersey. 

Jones,  Leon  I. ;  Chief  Librarian,  Muncie,  Indiana,  Public  Library. 

Klausner,  Margaret ;  Librarian,  Stockton-San  Joaquin  County  Libraries,  Stockton. 

Koepp,  Donald  W. ;  Assistant,  Bureau  of  Public  Administration  Library,  University 
of  California,  Berkeley. 

Koolwyk,  Mrs.  Lois ;  Librarian,  Monterey  County  Library,  Salinas. 

Kunkle,  Mrs.  Hannah  J. ;  Librarian,  Louis  Pasteur  Junior  High  School,  Los  An- 
geles. 

Lake,  Albert  C. ;  Librarian,  Riverside  County  Library,  Riverside. 

Leigh,  Mrs.  Carma  Russell ;  State  Librarian,  California  State  Library,  Sacramento. 

Lipney,  Mrs.  Marjorie ;  Reference  Librarian,  Ventura  County  Library,  Ventura. 

Magee,  Mrs.  Lois  C. ;  Supervisor,  Adult  Extension  Department,  Kern  County  Li- 
brary, Bakersfield,  California. 

Magladry,  George  C. ;  Librarian,  Humboldt  County  Library,  Eureka. 

Mardon,  Esther  L. ;  Librarian,  Shasta  County  Library,  Redding. 

Marvin,  Marian  R. ;  Librarian,  Merced  County  Library,  Merced. 

Mathisen,  Mrs.  Alice ;  Librarian,  Tehama  County  Library,  Red  Bluff. 

Metzger,  Mrs.  Lucille  B. ;  County  Schools  Librarian,  County  Superintendent  of 
Schools  Office,  Santa  Cruz. 

Meyer,  Ursula ;  Librarian,  Butte  County  Library,  Oroville. 

Moore,  M.  Josephine ;  Librarian,  Plumas  County  Library,  Quincy. 

Morales,  Philip ;  Librarian,  Menlo  Park  Public  Library,  Menlo  Park. 

Morrison,  Mrs.  Margaret  A. ;  Librarian,  Orange  County  Library,  12393  Placentia 
Avenue,  Orange,  California. 

Murphy,  Frances ;  Librarian,  Sonoma  County  Library,  2555  Mendocino  Avenue, 
Santa  Rosa. 

Murray,  Arthur  B. ;  Assistant  Librarian,  San  Diego  County  Library,  San  Diego. 

Ossen,  Virginia ;  Chief  Central  Services  Librarian,  Los  x^.ngeles  County  Public  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles. 

Palen,  Mrs.  Oloanne  D. ;  Assistant  Librarian,  Marin  County  Library,  San  Rafael. 

Pardee,  Josephine ;  Librarian,  North  Central  Regional  Library,  Wenatchee,  Wash- 
ington. 

Perry,  Edvrard  Caswell ;  Librarian,  Burbank  Public  Library,  Burbank. 

Petrella,  James  A. ;  Librarian,  Madera  County  Library,  Madera. 

Ragsdale,  Robert  C. ;  Librarian,  Solano  County  Library,  Fairfield. 

Ramirez,  William  L. ;  Branch  Librarian,  San  Francisco  Public  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 

Reilly,  Mrs.  Alice  P. ;  Librarian,  Fresno  County  Library,  Fresno. 

Roberts,  Mrs.  Dorothy  F. ;  Librarian,  Alameda  County  Library,  224  West  Win  ton, 
Hayward,  California. 


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Ross,  Virginia  L. ;  Librarian,  San  Mateo  County  Library,  Belmont. 

Rowe,  Harry  M.,  Jr. ;  Librarian,  Fullerton  Public  Library,  FuUerton. 

Rowe,  Howard  M. ;  Librarian,  San  Bernardino  Public  Library,  San  Bernardino. 

Sanborn,  Mrs.  Dorothy  C. ;  City  Librarian,  Auburn  City  Library,  Auburn. 

Sharafanowich,  Walter  A. ;  Librarian,  Alameda  City  Public  Library,  Alameda. 

Sinclair,  Dorothy ;  Head,  Adult  Services,  Enoch  Pratt  Free  Library,  Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

Smith,  John  E. ;  Library  Adviser,  USC  School  of  Public  Administration,  Karachi 
Pakistan. 

StofEel,  Lester  L. ;  Librarian,  Oak  Park,  Illinois,  Public  Library. 

Thomas,  Mrs.  Dorothy  M. ;  Librarian,  Mill  Valley  Public  Library,  MiU  Valley. 

Thomas,  Ritchie  D. ;  Librarian,  Woodland  Public  Library,  Woodland. 

Thompson,  Margaret  W. ;  Librarian,  Monterey  Peninsula  College,  Monterey. 

Thorne,  Marco  G. ;  Assistant  Librarian,  San  Diego  Public  Library,  San  Diego. 

Traver,  Dorothy  A. ;  Librarian,  San  Bernardino  County  Library,  San  Bernardino. 

Turner,  Ruth  N. ;  Principal  Librarian,  Reader  Services,  Contra  Costa  County  Li- 
brary, 1750  Oak  Park  Boulevard,  Pleasant  Hill,  California. 

Van  Home,  Bernard ;  Departmental  Administrative  Officer,  Contra  Costa  Countj 
Library,  Pleasant  Hill. 

Vollmayer,  Karl  A. ;  Librarian,  Redwood  City  Public  Library,  Redwood  City. 

Ward,  John  M. ;  Librarian,  Salinas  Public  Library,  Salinas. 

Webster,  Helen  E. ;  Supervisor,  Main  Branch,  Ventura  County  Library,  Ventura. 

Webster,  William  G. ;  Librarian,  Hayward  Public  Library,  Hayward. 

Wemmer,  Frederick  A. ;  Librarian,  Sacramento  County  Library,  Sacramento. 

Wheeler,  Evanne ;  Librarian,  Amador  County  Library,  Jackson. 

Wilson,  Eleanor  N. ;  Librarian,  Kern  County  Library,  Bakersfield. 

Wynn,  Barbara  L. ;  Library  Consultant,  California  State  Library,  Sacramento. 

At  present  not  in  library  work: 

Biggins,  Albert  Joseph ;  University  of  California  Press,  Berkeley. 

Burket,  Frances  (Life  certificate). 

Cavitt,  Mary  A. 

Coffman,  Mrs.  Eleze  Butler. 

Dills,  Clara  B.  (Life  certificate). 

Galloway,  Blanche  (Life  certificate). 

Gantt,  Edith. 

Hadden,  Anne  (Life  certificate) . 

Hupp,  Mrs.  Faye  K.  (Life  certificate). 

Martin,  Lenala  A.  (Life  certificate). 

Morgan,  Mrs.  Eleanor  H.  (Life  certificate). 

Mulholland,  Frederick  F. 

Nisbet,  Lillian  F. 

Reagan,  Ida  M.  (Life  certificate). 

Silverthorn,  Bessie  B.  (Life  certificate). 

Singletary,  Mrs.  Elizabeth  S. 

Spiller,  Mrs.  Mildred. 

Topping,  Elizabeth  (Life  certificate). 

Yelland,  Mrs.  Edna  H.  (Life  certificate). 


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DIRECTORY  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES  BY  CITIES 

The  statistics  given  in  the  following  directory  cover  the  fiscal  year  1960-61,  except 

that   listings  for   puilic   libraries   have   been   revised   to   incorporate   more   recent 

changes  in  personnel  and  addresses,  ichen  known. 
Full    statistics   for   puilic    libraries,   junior   college,    college,    university,    centralized 

school,    state   prison   and   correctional   school,    and   State   Department   of   Mental 

Hygiene  institutional  libraries  are  included  in  the  preceding  tables.  These  libraries 

have  directory  listing  only,  here. 
Statistics  for  other  special  libraries  and  libraries  in  schools  which  are  not  part  of  a 

centralized  school  systetn  are  included  here.  If  no  annual  report  was  received  for 

1960-61,  no  statistics  are  given. 

Facts  on  special  services  such  as  photostat  copying,  film  libraries,  etc.,  availability 
to  the  public,  and  interlibrary  loan  policy  are  included  for  special  libraries,  when 
knoivn.  Similar  information  will  be  included  for  college,  university,  and  public 
libraries  in  the  1963  edition. 

An  "Index  to  Headquarters,  Branches  and  Stations  of  County  Libraries  Arranged 
by  Place"  and  an  "Index  to  Names  of  Libraries"  follow  the  Directory,  on  pages 
223  and  231,  respectively. 

CALIFORNIA 

Area  :  156,803  sq.  mi. 
Population:  15,717,204* 


ASIN  (Modoc  Co.) 


BIG  VALLEY  JOINT 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 


UNION    HIGH 


AL  TAHOE  (Ei  Dorado  Co.) 

LAKE  TAHOE  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  Box  217. 

ALAMEDA  (Alameda  Co.) 

ALAMEDA  FREE  LIBRARY.  Santa 
Clara  at  Oak  St.  Walter  A.  Shara- 
fanowich,    Libn. 

Branches :  2 
Stations :  7 

ALAMEDA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2200  Central  Ave.  Mrs.  Eliz- 
abeth  L.   Hemrich,   Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn. 

Book  fund  :  $2,500 ;  Circ  :  15,000 

Total  vols  :  8,500  ;  New  850 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  80  ;  Stud  :  1,800  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ENCINAL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 210  Central  Ave.  Henrietta 
Pageau,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  15,000 

Total  vols  :  6,085  ;  New  :  450 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  40  ;  Stud  :  900  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

*  U.S.  Burea  of  the  Census.  U.S.  Census 
of  population:  1960.  Number  of  in- 
habitants, California.  Final  report 
PC  (1)-6A.  U.S.  Government  Print- 
ing Office,  Washington  D.C.,  1961 

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U.S.  NAVAL  AIR  STATION,  MAIN 
BARRACKS  LIBRARY.  Tel:  LA 
3-2200. 

ALBANY  (Alameda  Co.) 

ALBANY  FREE  LIBRARY.  1216  So- 
lano Ave.   Kathleen  Watkinson,   Libn. 

ALBANY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
603  Key  Route  Blvd.  DeVore  Watt, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 
Book  fund  :  $1,800  ;  Circ :  25,000 
Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  586 
Subs  :  Mags  :  103  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  50  ;  Stud  :  978 

U.S.      DEPT.      OF      AGRICULTURE, 

WESTERN  REGIONAL  RESEARCH 

LABORATORY.    800     Buchanan     St., 

Albany   10.   Tel:    LA   5-2244,   ext.  200. 

Anne  M.  Avakian,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  To  serve  the  research  staff  of 
the  laboratory 

Total  vols :  25,000 

New  titles  :  675 ;  VF  drawers  :  8 

Subs  :  Mags  :  546  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Processing,  utiliza- 
tion of  agricultural  products ;  chem- 
istry ;  physics  ;  engineering  ;  pharma- 
cology 

Expenditures  :  $7,500  ;  Circ  :  60,481 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 
109) 


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NEWS  NOTES  OP  CALIFORNIA  LIBRABIES 


ALHAMBRA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ALHAMBRA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  Box  110.   Mrs.   M.  Schwartz, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,388  ;  Cire  :  19,000 

Total  vols  :  14,500  ;  New  :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  90  ;  Stud  :  2,200  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ALHAMBRA  INSTRUCTIONAL  MA- 
TERIALS    DEPT.    601     N.     Garfield. 
Charles  Betts,  Dir. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

ALHAMBRA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  410 

W.  Main  St.  Mr.  Robert  C.  Goodwell, 
Libn. 

C.  F.  BRAUN  &  CO.,  REFERENCE 
LIBRARY.  1000  South  Fremont.  Ralph 
K.  Hagedorn,  Libn.  Tel:   AT  2-1131. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  Provide  reference  and  re- 
search materials  and  services  for  com- 
pany engineers,  scientists  and  admin- 
istration 

Total  vols  :  7,500  ;  Pams  :  6,000 

New  title  :  600  ;  VF  drawers  :  55 

Subs  :  Mags :  350  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Special  collections :  Petroleums,  petro- 
chemicals, materials  of  construction 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publication  and 
subscriptions 

MARK  KEPPEL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   501     E.    Hellman.    Hope    H. 
Brevi/er,    Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,780  ;  Circ  :  20,476 
Total  vols  :  8,966  ;  New  :  1,419 
Subs  :  Mags  :  126  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac :  102  ;  Stud  :  2,337  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

RAMONA        CONVENT         HIGH 

SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1700  S.  Marengo 

Ave.  Sister   Mary   Michaeline,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1.200 ;  Circ  :  7,200 

Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  150 

Subs  :  Mags  :  56  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  27  ;  Stud  :  376  ;  Grades :  9-12 


ALLEGHA^9Y  (Sies-ra  Co.) 

ALLEGHANY    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI 
BRARY.  David   B.  Dickson,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-iibn 

Book  fund  :  $200 ;  Circ  :  200 

Total  vols  :  400  ;  New  :  50 

Subs  :  Mags  :  8  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  3  ;  Stud  :  18  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


ALTA  LOMA  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

CHAFFEY  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
6835  Haven  Ave.  George  C.  Eiser, 
Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 


ALTADENA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ALTADENA  LIBRARY  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  2366  N.  Lake  Ave.  Mrs. 
Gladys  V.  Babcock,   Libn. 

Branches :  1 


ALTURAS  (Modoc  Co.) 

MODOC  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
212  W.  Third  St.  Mrs.  Betty  Malson, 
Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county 
Outlets :  6 

Stations  :  Adin,  Cedarville,  Davis  Creek, 
Lookout,  Willow  Ranch 

MODOC  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

MODOC    CO.    SCHOOLS    LIBRARY. 
212     W.     Third     St.     Mrs.     Betty     L, 
Malson,  Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

MODOC  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  Ken  Clapsaddle,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  2  clerks 
Total  vols  :  5,300  ;  New  :  200 
Subs  :  Mags :  40  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  17  ;  Stud  :  325  ;  Grades  9-12 


ANAHEIM  (Orange  Co.) 

ANAHEIM  CITY  SCHOOLS.  412  E. 
Broadway.  William    F.  Ross,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  lib7-aries  table. 

ANAHEIM     PUBLIC    LIBRARY.    241 
S.    Los    Angeles    St.    Mr.    William    J. 
Griffith,  Libn. 
Bookmobile  stops  :  4 

ANAHEIM  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  811   W.  Center  St. 

BROOKHURST  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  601  N.  Brookhurst  Ave. 
Mrs.  Ima  Vance,  Libn. 

DALE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
900  S.  Dale  St.  Velma   Ferraris  Bush, 

Staff":  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 

Book  fund :  $5,000 

Total  vols :  1,572 

Subs  :  Mags  :  31 

Fac  :  48 ;  Stud  :  1,400  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


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JOHN  FREMONT  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  608  W.  Center 
St.  Dorothy  Minnick,  Libn. 

MAGNOLIA  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
2705  W.  Orange  Ave.  William  D. 
Stocks,  Ass't  Supt.  Helen  H.  Force, 
Library  Coordinator. 

NORTRONICS,       SYSTEMS       SUP- 
PORT, A  DIVISION  OF  NORTHROP 
CORP.,     LIBRARY.    500    E.    Orange- 
thorpe   Ave.    Mrs.   Gordon    S.   Wilcox, 
Libn.  Tel:   LA  5-4771. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  4  clerks 
Purpose :  To  support  the  manufacturing 
operation   and   research   and   develop- 
ment activities  of  a  government  con- 
tractor 
Total  vols  :  1,200  ;  Pams  :  6,000 
VF  drawers :  35 
Subs  :  Mags  :  146  ;  Nevrsp  :  1 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 
Services :    Literature    searching ;    bibli- 
ographies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

RICHFIELD  OIL  CORPORATION 
RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT 
LIBRARY.  1900  Crescent  Ave.  Tel: 
KE  3-3141.  Mrs.  Theresa  B.  Cham- 
bers, Libn. 

ROBERTSHAW-FULTON  CON- 
TROL CO.  AERONAUTICAL  DIV., 
TECHNICAL  LIBRARY.  Santa  Ana 
Freeway  at  Euclid. 

WESTERN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 501  S.  Western  Ave.  Beatrice 
H.  Griffin,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  New  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  120  ;  Stud  :  2,700  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


ANDERSON  (Shasta  Co.) 

ANDERSON  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1471  Ferry  St.  Robert  M. 
Graham,  Libn. 

Staff :  \  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,500 

Total  vols :  4,000 ;  New :  300 

Newsp  •  6 

Fac  :  36  ;  Stud  :  800  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


ANGELS  CAMP  (Calaveras  Co.) 

BRET    HARTE    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. P.O  Box  688. 

CITY     OF     ANGELS     PUBLIC     LI- 
BRARY. Angels  Camp. 


ANGWIN  (Napa  Co.) 

PACIFIC  UNION  COLLEGE,  W.  E. 
NELSON  MEMORIAL  LIBRARY. 
Lois  J.  Walker,  Libn. 


Branches  or  departmental  libraries : 
Preparatory  school  library,  elemen- 
tary school  library 

fifee  slate  and  other  four-year  college 
taile. 

ANTIOCH  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

ANTIOCH  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1500  D  St. 

ANTIOCH  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 700  W.  18th  St. 

ANTIOCH  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT. 1413  F  St.  Agnes  Bonde,  Dir. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

APPLE  VALLEY  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

APPLE  VALLEY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  548.  Martha  A. 
Quandt,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  7,403 

Total  vols  :  2,252  ;  New  :  607 

Subs  :  Mags  :  37  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac :  23  ;  Stud  :  439  ;  Grades :  7-9 

ARBUCKLE  (Colusa  Co.) 

PIERCE  JT.  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Eleanor  Mathews, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Total  vols  :  2,065  ;  New :  232 
Subs  :  Mags  :  20 ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac :  14 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ARCADIA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ARCADIA  DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  234 
Campus   Dr.  Sondra  Cohen,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

ARCADIA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
111  W.  Duarte.  Mrs.  Trudie  Hunt, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Circ :  24,000 

Total  vols :  12,000  ;  New  :  1,668 

Subs  :  Mags  :  83  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  130  ;  Stud  :  2,600  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ARCADIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  20  W. 
Duarte  Rd.  Mr.  Homer  L.  Fletcher, 
Libn. 

LOS  ANGELES  STATE  AND 
COUNTY  ARBORETUM  LIBRARY. 
301  N.  Baldwin  Ave.  Mrs.  Russella  K. 
McGah,  Libn. 

ARCATA  (Humboldt  Co.) 

ARCATA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1720  N   St.  Lillian   Hagopian,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,817.50 

Total  vols  :  9,536  ;  New  :  717 

Subs  :  Mags  :  138  ;  Newsp  :  7 

Fac  :  87  ;  Stud  :  1,609  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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ASIC  AT  A— Continued 

ARCATA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Cor. 
9th  and  G  Sts.  Mrs.  Tessa  N.  Wood, 
Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Humboldt  County  Free 
Library. 

HUMBOLDT  STATE   COLLEGE   LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Helen  A.  Everett,  Libn. 
Departmental       libraries :       Laboratory 
School    Library,    Instructional    Mate- 
rials Center. 
See   state   and   other   four-year   colleges 
taMe. 

ARLINGTON  (Kaverslds  Co.) 

ARLINGTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  6580  Crest  Ave.  Jo  Ann 
Bailey,  Lbn. 

NORTE  VISTA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6580  Crest  Ave.  Jo  Ann 
Bailey,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $6,600  :  Circ  :  22,753 

Total  vols  :  4,076  ;  New  :  1,257 

Subs  :  Mags  :  47 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  48  ;  Stud  :  1,035  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

ARROYO   GRANDE  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

ARROYO     GRANDE     UNION     HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   495   Valley    Rd. 

Sara  A.  Steigerwalt,   Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $1,726.07  ;  Circ  :  10.061 

Total  vols  :  6,758  ;  New  :  502 

Subs  :  Mags  :  71 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  53  ;  Stud  :  1,082  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


ARViN  (Kern  Co.) 

ARVIN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
900  Varsity  Ave.  Kathryn  M.  Neville, 
Libn. 


ARTESIA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ARTESIA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

12108    E.    Del    Amo.    Mrs.    Marjorie    P. 

James,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  10,580 

Total  vols  :  7,115  ;  New  :  650 

Subs  :  Mags  :  88  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,450 


ASSOCIATED  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

TIDEWATER  ASSOCIATED  OIL  CO., 
RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT 
DEPT.  LIBRARY. 


ATASCADE;^0  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.] 

ATASCADERO  STATE  HOSPITAL, 
PATIENT  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  1026. 
Mrs.  Vesta  Coke,  Libn.  Tel:  Atasca- 
dero   600. 


Staff :  1  libn  ;  9  others 

Purpose :  Reading,  recreation  and  study 

for  hospital  patients  only. 
Totals  vols :  6,000 
New  titles :  450 
Subs  :  Mags  :  19  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Expenditures  :  $595  ;  Circ  :  41,500 

ATASCADERO    STATE    HOSPITAL, 
PROFESSIONAL       LIBRARY.       P.O. 

Box  1026.  Mrs.  Vesta  Coke,  Libn.  Tel: 
Atascadero  600. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  others 

Purpose  :  To  provide  professional  read- 
ing and  reference  service  for  staff  of 
physicians,  psychologists,  social  work- 
ers, rehabilitation  therapists,  nurses 
and  psychiatric  technician  personnel 
and  other  employees. 

Total  vols  :  15,000  ;  Pams  :  1,500 

New  titles  :  250  ;  VF  drawers  :  5 

Subs  :  Mags  :  95 

Special  collections :  Sex  psychopathy 
and  forensic  psvchiatry. 

Expenditures  :  $3,000 ;  Circ :  1,528 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

ATASCADERO   UNION    HIGH 

SCHOOL     LIBRARY.    P.O.    Box    727. 

Leah  Mahaffay,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  345 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60 ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  ;  520  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


ATHERTON  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

M E N LO - ATH E RTO N  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Middlefield  at 
Oak  Grove.    Maxine    Hegland,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2*  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $4,126  ;  $1,000  mags  ;  Circ : 

27.575 
Total  vols  :  15.000  ;  New :  1,275 
Subs  :  Mags  :  l90  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  106  ;  Stud  :  2,000 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

AUBERRY  (Fresno  Co.) 

SIERRA  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

See  under  Tollhouse. 


AUBURN  (PSacer  Co.) 

AUBURN  CITY  LIBRARY.  175  Al- 
mond St.  Mrs.  Dorothy  C.  Sanborn, 
Libn. 

COLLEGE  OF  OUR  LADY  OF 
MERCY.  Route  3,  Box  3216.  Sister 
Mary  Aquin,  Libn. 

DeWITT  STATE  HOSPITAL  LI- 
BRARIES. P.O.  Box  192,  Tel:  TU  5- 
3741. 

Purpose :  Medical  library  for  profes- 
sional staff ;  patients  library  for  pa- 
tients> 


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Total  vols :  4,188 

Subs  :  Mags  :  198  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Special  collections  :  Psychiatry,  psychol- 
ogy, rehabilitation 

Expenditures:  Medical  library  $2,400; 
Patients  library  $950 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

PLACER  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
1244  High  St.  Jane  C.  Cotton,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Auburn, 
Lincoln,  Roseville. 

Contracts  with  :  RoseviUe  Public  Lib. 

Outlets :  16 

Stations :  Applegate,  Colfax,  County 
Hospital,  Dutch  Flat,  Foresthill, 
Loomis,  Meadow  Vista,  Newcastle, 
Penryn,  Rocklin,  Tahoe  City,  Tahoe 
Vista,  Weimar. 

PLACER  CO.  INSTRUCTIONAL  MA- 
TERIALS CENTER  FOR  ALPINE, 
NEVADA,  PLACER,  SIERRA  COS. 
1228   High  St.   Martin   Bauman,   Dir. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

PLACER  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

PLACER  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  275  Orange  St.  Katherine 
Kaye,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ :  15,395 

Total  vols  :  6,978  ;  New  :  360 

Subs :  Mags :  89 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  63 ;  Stud :  1,250 ;  Grades  9-12 

AVALON  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Avalon,  Public  Schools.  See  under  Long 
Beach. 


AVENAL  (Kings  Co.) 

AVENAL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

601  Mariposa.  Mrs.  Patricia  Nelson, 
Libn. -Clerk. 

REEF-SUNSET  UNION  ELEMEN- 
TARY SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  500  S. 
First  Street. 


AZUSA  (Los  Angeies  Co.) 

AZUSA  CITY  SCHOOLS.  4563  5th  St. 
Mary   Lewellen,   Libn. 

I  See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 

i  AZUSA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Corner 
i  of  Alosta  and  Citrus  Avenues,  Edward 
!  Peterman,  Libn. 

See  State  and  other  Four-Year  Colleges 
table. 

AZUSA    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 
1240  N.  Ceritos.   Reba  A.  Brown,   Libn. 

;  Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $8,000  ;  Circ  :  37,918 
;  Total  vols  :  7,002  ;  New  :  2,656 
I  Subs  :  Mags  :  132  ;  Newsp  :  6 
I  Fac:  82;  Stud:  1,980;  Grades:  9-12 


AZUSA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  729  N. 
Dalton,  Civic  Center.  Ruth  J,  Cain, 
Libn. 

CITRUS  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  18824 
E.  Foothill.  Mrs.  Aline  Crowley,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

CITRUS  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 18824  E.  Foothill  Blvd. 


BAKERSFIELD  (Kern  Co.) 

BAKERSFIELD  CITY  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. 1600  K  St.  J.  L.  Compton, 
Supt.    of    Schools. 

BAKERSFIELD  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 4021  Mt.  Vernon  Ave.  Mrs. 
Goldie    B.    Ingles,    Libn. 

See  California  junior  college  libraries 
table. 

BAKERSFIELD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  1341    G.  St. 

EAST  BAKERSFIELD  HIGH 

SCHOOL     LIBRARY.     2200     Quincy. 
Mrs.   Christina    M.   Mashtaire,   Libn. 
Staff :    1    libn. ;    2teacher-libn. ;    1    clerk 
Book  fund:   $3,120;   Circ:  23,-355 
Total  vols  :  10,123  ;  New  :  1,193 
Subs  :  Mags  :  125  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac:   110;    Stud:   2,500;   Grades:   9-12 

FRESNO      STATE      COLLEGE      LI- 
BRARY.  Bakersfield   Center.  4021    Mt. 
Vernon   Ave.    Harry  Walthall,    Libn. 
See    state    and   other   four-year   colleges 
table. 

KERN  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
1315  Truxton  Ave.  Eleanor  N.  Wilson, 
Libn. 

Serves  :   Entire  county 

Outlets  :  170 

Branches :  Baker  St.,  Delano,  McFar- 
land,    Oildale,    Shafter.    Taft,   Wasco 

Stations :  Arvin,  Arvin  Mig.  Bakersfield 
College,  Belridge,  Boron,  Boys  Camp. 
Buttonwillow,  Caliente,  California 
City,  C.I.M.,  Campfire  Girls,  Car- 
neros,  Edwards,  Fairfax,  Fellows, 
Fire  Dept.  No.  1,  Fire  Dept.  No.  2, 
Fire  Dept.  No.  3,  Fire  Dept.  No.  4, 
Fire  Dept.  No.  5,  Fire  Dept.  County, 
Fruitvale,  Glennville,  Greenfield,  Isa- 
bella, .Jameson  Camp,  .Johannesburg. 
Keene,  Kern  Gen.  Hospital,  Kernville. 
Lament,  Lost  Hills,  McKittrick,  Mar- 
icopa, Mercy  Hospital,  Minter,  Mo- 
jave,  Oil  Center,  Panama,  Randsburg, 
Red  Rock,  Ridgecrest,  Rosamond, 
Stony  Brooke,  Tehachapi,  Tupman, 
Twin  Oaks,  Virginia  Ave.,  Weldon, 
Wooford,   Woody 

Bookmobile  stops :  29 

Schools:   82 


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BAKERSFIELD— Continued 

KERN  COUNTY  GENERAL  HOS- 
PITAL, MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  1830 
Flower  St.  Mrs.  Thella  Winters,  Libn. 
Tel:    FA  3-7651,  ext.  257. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  An  immediate  reference  for  all 

medical  personnel  in  Kern  County 
Total  vols:  6,700;  Pams:  321 
New  titles:  300-375;  VF  drawers:  3 
Subs  :  Mags  :  154  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Expenditures:  $3,200;  Circ :  18,341 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Interlibrary   loan :   All  libraries  on   re- 
quest 

KERN  COUNTY  HEALTH  DEPT. 
LIBRARY.  1700  Flower  St.  Mrs. 
Doris   M.  Cary,  Libn.  Tel:    FA  5-5051. 

Staff :  5 

Purpose  :  Library  is  maintained  as  part 
of  our  in-service  training  program. 
The  books  and  journals  are  kept  for 
reference  purposes   also 

Total  vols  :  879  ;  Pams  :  4000 

New  titles :  20-30 ;  VF  drawers :  4 

Subs:  Mags:  34;  Newsp:  2 

Expenditures:   $1,600 

Available  to  :   Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary   loan :   All  libraries  on   re- 
quest 

KERN  COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Room  306,  Administration  &  Courts 
BIdg.   Mrs.    Else    E.    Richards,   Libn. 

Staff:  2;  Income:  $15,914 
Circ :  473 

Total  vols  :  12,947  ;  New :  377 
Subs  :  Mags  :  14 ;  Newsp  :  2 
Open  to  public  for  reference  only 

KERN  CO.  TEACHERS  PROFES- 
SIONAL LIBRARY.  1315  Truxton. 
Mrs.    Martha    Allison,    Libn. 

KERN  CO.  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
&  JR.  COLLEGE  DISTRICTS,  IN- 
STRUCTIONAL MATERIALS  CEN- 
TER. 2000  24th  St.  Bernice  Braddon, 
Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

NORTH  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
Beulah    G.    Woodruff,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 
Book   fund:   $3,260;   Circ:   66,231    (in- 
cludes pams  &  mags.) 
Total  vols:  6,912;  New.  540 
Subs  :  Mags  :  114  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac:  70;  Stud:  1,442;  Grades:  9-12 

SOUTH  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1101   Planz  Rd.  Elinor  V.  Mohn,  Libn. 

Staff  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,820  ;  Circ  :  20,871 

Total  vols  :  7,211 ;  New  :  2,434 

Subs  :  Mags  :  105  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  74 ;  Stud.  1,551 ;  Grades :  9-12 


BALDWIN  PARK  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Baldwin  Park  High  School  Library,  see 
under  Covina. 


BANNING  (Riverside  Co.) 

BANNING     UNION     DISTRICT     LI- 
BRARY. 21   W.   Nicoiet.  Mrs.  Dolores 
Smithpeter,    Libn. 
Affiliated  with :  Riverside  Co.  P.  L. 
Branches :  1 

BANNING  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  101  East  Nicoiet.  Beatrice 
B.    Fuller,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $2,-500 

Total  vols  :  2,900 ;  New :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac:  25;  Stud:  550;  Grades:  9-14 

BARSTOW  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

BARSTOW   JUNIOR    COLLEGE    LI- 
BRARY.  448    South    1st    St.   Thomas 
M.    Kimball,    Libn. 
See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

BARSTOW  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 448  S.  First  St. 

BARSTOW    UNION    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  One  Campus  Way.  Helena 

M.  Scoffier,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,707.32  ;  Circ  :  19,601 

Total  vols :  7,395  ;  New :  724 

Subs  :  Mags  :  63  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac :  82  ;  Stud :  1,410 

U.S.  ARMY,  FORT  IRWIN  POST  LI- 
BRARY.   Fort    Irwin.    Mrs.   Jessie    R. 

Hooper,  Libn, 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Purpose :  To  provide  progressive  public 
library  type  service  to  all  military, 
dependents,  and  civilian  personnel  of 
the  military  community 

Total  vols :  9,300 

New  titles  :  1,150 ;  VF  drawers :  5 

Subs  :  Mags  :  77  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections :  Military  science  and 
history 

Expenditures:    $3,800;    Circ:   38,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  recordings 
(tape  or  disc)  ;  children's  reading 
programs  throughout  the  year;  great 
books  discussion 


BEAUMONT  (Riverside  Co.) 

BEAUMONT  DISTRICT  LIBRARY. 
125  E.  Eighth  St.  Helen  Clapp,  Libn. 
Affiliated   with:   Riverside   Co.   P.   L. 

BEAUMONT  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  550  E.  6th  St. 


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BELL  GARDENS  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Bell  Gardens  Jr.  High  School  Library. 

See  under  Monteiello. 

BELLFLOWER  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BELLFLOWER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 15301  S.  McNab.  Mrs.  Wyl- 
via  Ziskind,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  li  clerks 

Book  fund :  3,055 

Total  vols  :  10,308  ;  New :  1,489 

Subs:   Mags:   85;   Newsp :  3  daily;   3 

weekly 
Fac  :  81 ;  Stud  :  1,705  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

BELLFLOWER  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  16703  S,  Clark 
St.  Mrs.  Grace  E.  Dunkley,  Supv.  of 
Libs. 

WASHINGTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  9725  E.  Jefferson.  Mrs. 
Marjorie    M.    Murphy,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  §  clerk 

Circ :  35,038 
Total  vols  :  4,292  ;  New  :  967 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  40  ;  Stud  :  1,135  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


BELMONT  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

CARLMONT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  Alameda    de    las    Pulgas. 

COLLEGE  OF  NOTRE  DAME  LI- 
BRARY. Ralston  Ave.  Sister  Mary 
Justine,    Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
taile. 

DALMO   VICTOR    CO.,    INC.   TECH- 
NICAL     LIBRARY.    1515     Industrial 
Way.  Mary  E.  Addems,  Library  clerk. 
Tel:    LY    1-1414,    ext.   255. 
Staff :  1 

Purpose  :  To  supply  engineers  with  blue- 
prints,   technical    reports,    books,    se- 
rials,   catalogs,    specifications. 
I   Total    vols :    700 ;    Technical    reports : 
3,600 
New  titles:   50  bks.,  1,000  tech.  rpts. ; 

Blueprints,  catalogs  and  specs  :  44 
Subs:  Mags:  120;  Newsp:  2 
Special    collections :    Antenna    research 
and  design  ;   electromagnetism  ;   wave 
propagation 
I   Expenditures :  $1,500 
I  Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other   li- 
i!        braries 
Interlibrary  loan :   All  libraries   on  re- 
quest 

i  NOTRE  DAME  HIGH  SCHOOL  Ll- 
1  BRARY.  Sister  Mary  Kostka,  S.N.D., 
i    Libn. 

I   Staff  :  1  libn 

'   Book  fund  :  $1,-500  ;  Circ :  5,565 

Total  vols  :  7,573  ;  New  :  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  71 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Students  :  550  ;  Grades  :  9-12  ;  extended 
day  100 


SAN  MATEO  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 25  Tower  Rd.  Virginia  L. 
Ross,    Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county  except  Burlin- 
game,  Daly  City,  Hillsborough,  Red- 
wood City,  San  Bruno,  San  Mateo, 
South   San  Francisco 

Contracts  with  :  San  Mateo  Public  Li- 
brary 

Affiliated  with :  Menlo  Park  Municipal 
Library 

Outlets :  48 

Branches :  Millbrae  and  San  Carlos 

Stations  :  Atherton,  Bayshore,  Belmont, 
Brisbane,  Colma,  El  Granada,  Fran- 
cisquito,  Half  Moon  Bay,  Paeifica, 
Pescadero,  Sanatorium,  Sanchez, 
Woodside 

Bookmobile  stops  :  31 

Schools :  8 

BENICIA  (Solano  Co.) 

BENICIA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

Margaret  E.  Herrmann,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $500 

Total  vols  :  1,406  ;  New  :  87 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  22  ;  Stud  :  427  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

.BENICIA     PUBLIC     LIBRARY.     144 

East    G    Street.    Mrs.    LeNoir    Miller, 

Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Solano  Co.  F.  L. 


BERKELEY  (Alameda  Co.) 

ANNA  HEAD  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
2538  Channing  Way,   Berkeley  4. 

ARMSTRONG  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
2222  Harold  Way.  Mrs.  A.  K.  Filip- 
penko,  Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
taile. 

BERKELEY      BAPTIST      DIVINITY 
SCHOOL,  Sandford   Fleming    Library, 
2606  Dwight  Way.  Ida  Pratt,  Libn. 
See   state    and    other   four-year    colleges 
talle. 

BERKELEY  COLLEGE  WOMEN'S 
CLUB  LIBRARY.  2680  Bancroft  Way, 
Berkeley  4. 

BERKELEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Milvia  &  Kittredge.  Mrs. 
Larissa   Ruiofson,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2^  clerks 

Book  fund :  $3,000 

Total  vols  :  18,005  ;  New  :  1,993 

Subs  :  Mags  :  141 ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac:  147;   Stud:  3,200;  Grades:  10-12 

BERKELEY       PUBLIC       LIBRARY. 
2090  Kittredge  Street,  Berkeley  4. 
Frank  Dempsey,  Acting  Director,  Libn. 
Branches :  4 

BURBANK  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1222  University  Ave.,  Berke-. 
ley  7.  Jean  Imria,  Libn. 


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BERKELEY-Continued 

CALIFORNIA  SCHOOL  FOR  THE 
DEAF  LIBRARY.  2601  Warrinq  St. 
Caroline    H.    Burnes,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  .$950  ;  Circ  :  5,000 

Total  vols  :  6,250  ;  New  :  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  450  ;  Grades  :  6-12 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  SCHOOL  FOR 
THE  BLIND  (EMBOSSED  BOOK) 
LIBRARY.  3001  Derby  St.,  Berkeley  5. 

CHEMICAL  LIBRARY  SERVICE.  20S 
Panoramic    Way,    Berkeley   4. 

CHURCH  DIVINITY  SCHOOL  OF 
THE  PACIFIC  LIBRARY.  2451  Ridge 
Road,  Berkeley  9. 

GARFIELD  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Rose  and  Grant.  Ruth  Bel- 
lus,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Circ :  22,515 

Total  vols  :  9,165  ;  New  :  780 
Subs :  Mags  :  87  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  72  ;  Stud  :  1,520  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HEXCEL  PRODUCTS,  INC.  LI- 
BRARY. 2332  Fourth  St.,  Berkeley  10. 

Mrs.    Patricia    M.    Bauer,    Libn.    Tel: 

TH  3-4664,  ext.  290. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Central  location  of  informa- 
tion material  and  literature  searching 

Total  vols :  550 

YF  drawers  :  36 

Subs  :  Mags  :  172 

Expenditures :  $1200 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries. 

Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  &  abstracting ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions. 

McKINLEY  ADULT  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2419  Dwight  Way,  Berke- 
ley 4. 

NEWMAN  HALL  LIBRARY.  2630 
Ridge  Rd.,  Berkeley  4. 

PACIFIC  LUTHERAN  THEOLOGI- 
CAL SEMINARY  LIBRARY.  2770 
Marin  Ave.  Margaret  Sihler,  Acting 
Libn. 

fiee  state  and  other  four-yea}-  colleges 
taJjle. 

PACIFIC     SCHOOL     OF     RELIGION 

LIBRARY.    1798    Scenic    Ave.    Dr.    J. 

Stillson    Judah,    Libn. 

Departmental  libraries :  Palestine  Insti- 
tute. Library. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
tahle. 

ST.  MARY'S  HIGH  SCHOOL  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  De  La  Salle  Hall, 
Peralta  Park,  Berkeley  6. 


STARR  KING  SCHOOL  FOR  THE 
MINISTRY  LIBRARY.  2441  Le  Conte 
A,v8.   Mrs.  George   F.  Patterson,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Total  vols  :  27,719  ;  New  :  292 
Subs  :  Mags  :  47  ;  Newsp  ;  5 
Fac  :  3  full-time,  4  part-time,  Stud  :  20  ; 
8  extended  day  ;  Grades  :  17-20 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA  LI- 
BRARY. Berkeley  4.  Donald  Coney, 
University  Libn. 

The  University  Library,  Berkeley  cam- 
pus, comprises  the  General  Library 
(Main  Library  and  19  branch  li- 
braries) and  several  departmental  li- 
braries. 

Branch  libraries :  Architecture,  Arthur 
"Waugh,  Libn  ;  Art-Anthropology,  Rob- 
ert Pfeiffer,  Libn  ;  Astronomy-Mathe- 
matics-Statistics, Mrs.  Audrey  Adams, 
Libn ;  Biochemistry,  Mrs.  Georgianne 
Titus,  Libn ;  Biology  Library,  Eva 
Olson,  Libn ;  Chemistry,  Mrs.  Georgi- 
anne Titus,  Libn ;  City  and  Regional 
Planning,  Holway  Jones,  Libn  ;  Earth 
Sciences,  Robert  Takagi,  Libn ;  East 
Asiatic,  Dr.  Elizabeth  Huff,  Libn; 
Education,  Elizabeth  Bantz,  Libn ; 
Engineering,  Mrs.  Blanche  Dalton, 
Libn ;  Entomology,  Mrs.  Aileen  Jaffa, 
Libn ;  Forestry,  Mary  Eakin,  Libn ; 
Landscape  Architecture,  Arthur 
Waugh,  Libn ;  Library  School,  Geral- 
dine  Clayton,  Libn ;  Music,  Dr.  Vin- 
cent Duckies,  Libn ;  Optometry,  Eva 
Olson,  Libn ;  Physics,  Mrs.  Georgi- 
anne Titus,  Libn ;  Public  Health, 
Louise  Eastland,  Libn 

For  statistics  of  other  University's  li- 
braries see  under  their  location :  Los 
Angeles ;  Davis  ;  Richmond  ;  River- 
side ;  Goleta  (Santa  Barbara)  ;  Lick 
Observatory,  Mount  Hamilton ;  U.C. 
Medical  Center,  San  Francisco  ;  Hast- 
ings College  of  Law,  San  Francisco 

BANCROFT   LIBRARY.    Main 


Library,  Berkeley  4.  George  P.   Ham- 
mond, Director. 

BUREAU    OF     PUBLIC    AD- 


MINISTRATION LIBRARY.  348  Li- 
brary Annex,  Berkeley  4.  Tel:  TH 
5-6000,  ext.  3420.  Barbara  J.  Hudson, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  6  libns  ;  10  others 
Purpose :   Serves  Bureau  of  Public  Ad-      j 
ministration    research    staff ;    campus 
faculty    and    students ;    governmental 
agencies  ;  off-campus  organizations  and 
individuals. 
Pams :  3.52,600 

New  Titles  :  7,300  ;  VF  drawers  :  8 
Special      collections :      Administration, 
planning,   finance   and   taxation,   wel- 
fare,  criminology,   housing,   personnel 
transportation,  local,  state  and  federal 
government,     election    statistics    and 
campaign  material. 
Expenditures  :  $2,050  ;  Circ  :  20,000 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 


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Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting ;  fur- 
nishes a  duplicate  set  of  subject  cata- 
log cards  to  the  State  Library. 

GARRET     W.     McENERNEY 


SCHOOL  OF  LAW  LIBRARY.  Ban- 
croft Way  and  College  Ave.  Dan  F. 
Henke,  Libn. 

Staff :  9  ;  Income  :  $40,000 
Total  vols  :  153,462  ;  New  :  8,254 
Subs  :  Mags  :  1,967 
Open  to  public  for  referenec  only 
Remarks :     Permanent     depository     for 
briefs   of  the   Supreme   Court   of  the 
United   States  commencing  with   299 
U.S.  (1936) 

GIANNINI  FOUNDAT?ON  OF 


AGRICULTURAL  ECONOMICS  LI- 
BRARY. 248  Giannini  Hall,  Berkeley 
4.  Tel:  TH  5-6000,  ext.  3347.  Mary  L. 
Eakin,  Libn. 

Staff:  2  libns 

Total  vols :  10,472 

New  Titles  :  401 ;  VF  drawers  :  386 

Subs  :  Mags  :  623 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  none 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions 


—    RADIATION     LABORATORY 

LIBRARY.  Room  134,  BIdg.  50.  Robert 
S.  Meyer,  Libn. 

UNIVERSITY     EXTENSfOri, 


CONTINUING  EDUCATION  OFTHE 
BAR  LIBRARY.  2161  Shattuck  Ave., 
Berkeley  4.  Francis  Gates,   Libn. 

WILLARD  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Ward  and  Telegraph,  Berke- 
ley 5.  Maxine  Vincent,  Libn. 


BEVERLY  HILLS  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BEVERLY  HILLS  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  205  S.  Rexford  Dr.  Lois  C. 
Burmester,    Libn. 

BEVERLY  HILLS  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 450  No.  Crescent  Dr.  Lura 
B.  Wallace,  Libn. 

IbevERLY  HILLS  UNIFIED 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  255  S.  Rexford 
I  Dr.;  Hazel  S.  Vaughan,  Libn. 

ISee  centralized  school  libraries  talle. 


BIEBER  (Lassen  Co.) 

iBIG  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  Ll- 
iBRARY.  P.O.  Box  H.  Norman  Smith, 
Libn, 


BIG  BEAR  LAKE 
(San  Bernardino  Co.) 

BIG      BEAR      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY. Box  W. 


BSGGS  (Butte  Co.) 

BIGGS  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  216  B  St. 
Mrs.  Hazel  B.  Linford,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Butte  Co.  Lib. 


BIG  PINE  (Inyo  Co.) 

BIG  PINE  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 500  S.  Main. 

BISHOP  (Inyo  Co.) 

BISHOP  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 301  N.  Fowler.  Mrs.  Kathleen 
M.  Wonacott,  Libn. 

Staff  :  i  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  5,325 
Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  New  :  607 
Subs  :  Mags  :  39  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  23  ;  Stud  :  445  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

BLYTHE  (Riverside  Co.) 

BLYTHE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
667  N.  Lovekin.  Mrs.  Blanche  Moore, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $1,000 

Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  New  :  830 

Subs  :  Mags  :  93  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  30  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

PALO  VERDE  JUNIOR  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  615  E.  Hobsonway.  Mrs. 
Ann   Heater,  Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

PALO  VERDE  VALLEY  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  125  W.  Chanslorway.  Mrs. 
Exabee  B.  Waggoner,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 
Stations :  2 

PALO  VERDE  VALLEY  UNIFIED 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  667  N. 
Lovekin. 


BOONVILLE  (Mendocino  Co.) 

ANDERSON  VALLEY  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  B. 
Mrs.  Lenn  B.  Tuck,  Libn. 


BORON  (Kern  Co.) 

BORON  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
26831  Prospect.  Mrs.  Helen  Taylor, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Total  vols  :  1,500  ;  New  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags :  28  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  16  ;  Stud  :  325  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


118 


NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFOENIA  LIBEAEIES 


BRAWLEY  (Imperial  Co.) 

BRAWLEY    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 

Eleanor  Heimark,  Libn. 

BRAWLEY  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  North  Imperial.  Henry 
Parris,  Libn. 


BREA  (Orange  Co.) 

BREA-OLINDA     UNION     HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  803  E.  Birch  St. 

UNION  OIL  COMPANY  RESEARCH 
LIBRARY.   Box  218. 


BRENTWOOD  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

LIBERTY  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  850  Second  St.  Elizabeth 
Soderstrom,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  teacher-libns 

Book  fund :  $2,400 

Total  vols  :  4,900  ;  New  :  557 

Subs  :  Mags  :  42  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  35  ;  Stud  :  660  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


BRIDGEPORT  (Mono  Co.) 

MONO  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse.  Therese  R.  Mosere,  Co- 
ordinator, instructional   Materials. 

^yIONo  CO.  teachers  library. 

Courthouse. 


BUENA  PARK  (Orange  Co.) 

BUENA  PARK  LIBRARY  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  6692  Beach  Blvd.,  P.O.  Box 
267.  Mrs.  Marie  Callaway,  Libn. 

Branches :  1 
Bookmobile  stops :  185 
Schools :  11 

NUTRILITE  PRODUCTS,  INC.  LI- 
BRARY. 5600  Beach  Blvd.  Tel:  LA 
1-3900.   H.   B.   McWilliams,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Pui'i  ose :  Information  center  for  tech- 
nical and  management  personnel. 

Total  vols  :  2,060  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

New  titles  :  50 ;  VF  drawers  :  12 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections  :  Complete  collection 
of  Chemical  Alstracts  from  1907  (first 
year  of  publication) 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries. 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  briefing  and  abstracting ; 
film  library ;  centralized  procurement 
of  publications  and  subscriptions. 


BURBANK  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BURBANK  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS.  245  E.  Magnolia.  Eva  A. 
Riecks,  Supv. 

BURBANK  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 902  N.  Third.  Mrs.  Joseph  M. 
Salvage,  Libn. 

BURBANK    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   425 
E.  Olive.  Edw^ard  C.  Perry,  Libn. 
Branches:  3 

DAVID  STARR  JORDAN  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  420  S.  Mariposa 

JOHN  BURROUGHS  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1920  Clark.  Mil- 
dred B.  Sawner,  Libn. 

JOHN  MUIR  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1111   N.  Kenneth  Rd. 

LOCKHEED-CALIFORNIA   COM- 
PANY, ENGINEERING  LIBRARY.  A 
Division    of    Lockheed    Aircraft   Corp. 
Dept.    72-25,    BIdg.    63-1,    Plant    A-1. 
Marion  L.  Stute,  Libn. 
Staff  :  3  libns  ;  10  others 
Purpose :    To   keep    company    personnel 
informed    of    technical    research    and 
development  advances  in  various  sub- 
ject  fields   in   which   they   are   inter- 
Total  vols :  11,000  ;  Rpts  &  Docs  :  76,000 
New  titles :  6,500 
Subs  :  Mags  :  234 
Special  collections :  Aeronautics 
Circ :  51,000 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff 
Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 
Services :    Literature    searching ;    bibli- 
ographies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions. 

LUTHER  BURBANK  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3700  W.  Jeffries. 
Helen  M.  Houston,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,440 

Total  vols :  8,900  ;  New  :  460 

Subs  :  Mags  :  43  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  58  ;  Stud  :  1,330  ;  Grades  7-9 

TECHNICOLOR  CORP.,  RESEARCH 
LIBRARY.  280O  W.  Olive.  Tel:  VI 
9-2495.   Mrs.   Betty   R.  Tarr,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  Acquire  and  maintain  publi- 
cations relating  to  research  work  for 
Technicolor  Corp.  Provide  reference 
service  and  translations  (limited)  for 
research  staff  and  other  company  de- 
partments upon  request. 

Total  vols  :  2,590  ;  Pams  :  1,750 

VF  drawers :  32 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100 

Special  collections :  Photography,  phys- 
ics, electronics,  chemistry 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 


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119 


VILLA  CABRIN!  ACADEMY  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  750O  Glenoaks 
Blvd.   Mother  Alacoque,   M.S.C.,   Libn. 

State :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,424.19  ;  Circ  :  1,726 
Total  vols  :  5,647  ;  New  :  961 
Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac  :  17  ;  Stud  :  125  ;  35  extended  day  ; 
Grades :  9-12 

WALT  DISNEY  PRODUCTIONS  LI- 
BRARY. 500  S.  Buena  Vista.  Tel:  VI 
9-3411.  Mrs.   Koneta   Roxby,  Libn. 

Stafe :  3  libns  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  supply  information  and 
pictorial  reference  for  the  production 
of  motion  pictures 

Total  vols :  14,175 

VF  drawers :  84 

Subs  :  Mags  :  127  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Special  collections  :  Cartoons  and  jokes 

Circ :  21,280 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting. 

WARNER  BROS.  PICTURES,  INC., 
RESEARCH   DEPT.  LIBRARY. 


BURLINGAME  (San  Mafeo  Co.) 

BURLINGAME    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 
1269  Beilevue  Ave.  George  P.  Lechich, 
Libn. 
Branches  :  1 

BURLINGAME  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Carolan  Ave. 

BURLINGAME  SCHOOL  DISTRICT 
(LESTER  D.  HENDERSON  LI- 
BRARY). 701  Paioma  Ave.  Mrs.  Mil- 
dred K.  Burklow,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  tahle. 

CALIFORNIA  TEACHERS  ASSOCI- 
ATION.      RESEARCH       INFORMA- 
CENTER   LIBRARY.  1705  Murchison 
Dr.    Tel:    OX    7-1400.    Mrs.    Anne    T. 
Protopopoff,   Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  other 
Purpose  :  Primarily  educational  research 
information  for  staff.  Also  serves  the 
membership   and   some  public.   Main- 
tains clearinghouse  of  educational  re- 
search projects  carried  on  in  Califoi*- 
nia  schools  for  use  of  school  districts, 
colleges,  universities  and  professional 
organizations. 
Total  vols  :  1,786 ;  Pams :  7,000 
New  titles :  204 
Subs  :  Mags  :  115 

Special  collections :  School  administra- 
tion :  finance,  legislation,  personnel 
policies,  professional  standards, 
school-community  relations ;  Califor- 
nia education  history ;  education  re- 
search in  California. 


Expenditures :  $1,000 

Available  to :  Membership,  affiliates  & 
staff,  other  libraries  and  public  by 
referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

MERCY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
2300  Adeline  Dr.  Sister  M.  Ernest, 
Libn. 

CALEXiCO  (Impee-ial  Co.) 

CALEXICO    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   420 
Heber.  Robert  F.  Huffman,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with :  Imperial  Co.  F.  L. 

CALEXICO  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Box  792.  Mrs.  Margurite 
C.  Atwood,   Libn. 


CALiPATRSA  (IsnperiaS  Co.) 

CALIPATRIA  UNIFIED  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Bin  G.  Mary  E. 
Sherry,  Libn. 

Staif :  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $600 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  News  :  175 

Subs  :  Mags  :  15  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  200  ;  Grades  9-12 


CALISTOGA  (Napa  Co.) 

CALISTOGA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Lake  St.  Caroline  B. 
Velasquez,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,500 

Total  vols  :  1,600 ;  New :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  19  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  14  ;  Stud  :  180  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

CALISTOGA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
1401  Cedar  St.  Mrs.  Edith  McGill, 
Libn. 

CAMARiLLO  (Ventura  Co.) 

ADOLFO  CAMARILLO  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  37.  Frank 
J.  Arnich,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  funds :  $5,000  ;  Circ  :  8,650 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  1,453 

Subs  :  Mags  :  53  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Fac  :  53  ;  Stud  :  1,243  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

CAMARILLO  STATE  HOSPITAL 
LIBRARY.  Camarilio. 

ST.    JOHN'S    COLLEGE     LIBRARY. 

Somis    Rd.    Rev.    Francis    D.    Pansini, 

Libn. 

Departmental  libraries :  Edward  L.  Do- 

heny  Memorial  Library. 
See  State  and  other  Four-Year  Colleges 

tahle. 


120 


NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


CAMBRiA  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

COAST  JT.  UNION    HIGH   SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  Drawer  "D".  Amado  Rey- 

nosa,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teaclier-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Circ :  1,500 

Total  vols  :  1,709  ;  New  :  172 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  11 ;  Stud  :  180  ;  Grades :  9-12 


CAMPBELL  (Seinta  Clara  Co.) 

CAMPBELL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1  W.  Campbell  Ave.  Mrs. 
Janet   Randall,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Total  vols  :  4,000 ;  New  :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  S3  ;  Stud  :  2,300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

CAMPBELL  UNION  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT.  155  N.  Third  St.  Mrs.  Elaine 
J.    Hendricks,    Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


ROSEMARY      SCHOOL 
401   N.  Hamilton  Ave. 


LIBRARY. 


CAMPO  (San  Diego  Co.) 


SCHOOL     Ll- 
98.     Henry     J. 


MT.    EMPIRE     HIGH 

BRARY.     P.     O.     Box 

Heyot,  Jr.,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  800 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  15  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  16 ;  Stud  :  300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


CAMPTONVILLE  (Yolo  Co.) 

CAMPTONVILLE    UNION    SCHOOL 
DISTRICT. 


CANOGA  PARK  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ATOMICS  INTERNATIONALTECH- 
NICAL  LIBRARY.  8900  De  Soto  Ave. 
Tel:    Dl  1-1000,  ext.  262. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  18  others 

Purpose :  To  serve  the  personnel  of 
Atomics  International 

Total  vols :  10,000  ;  Pams  :  1,200 

New  Titles :  20,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  450 

Special  collections :  AEG  literature  spe- 
cializing in  nuclear  energy  :  chemistry, 
physics,  metallurgy,  mathematics,  en- 
gineering 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

CANOGA  PARK  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6850  Topanga  Canyon   Blvd. 

JOHN  A.  SUTTER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  7330  Winnetka 
Ave. 


RAMO-WOOLDRIDGE  LIBRARY,  A 
DIVISION  OF  THOMPSON,  INC. 
8433  Fallbrook  Ave.  Tel:  Dl  6-6000. 
Harvey  T.  Johnson,  Libn. 


CARLSBAD  (San  Diego  Co.) 

CARLSBAD  CITY  LIBRARY.  601 
Elm   St.,   Mrs.   Richard   G.  Cole,   Libn. 

CARLSBAD  UNION  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT. 801  Pine  Ave.  June  Jones, 
Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 


CARMEL  (Monterey  Co.) 


CARMEL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
Highway  and  Ocean  Ave.  Nellie  J. 
Ryder,  Libn. 

HARRISON  MEMORIAL  LIBRARY. 
Ocean  and  Lincoln,  Box  800.  Mrs. 
Ruth    Galvin   Thornburg,    Libn. 


CARM9CHAEL  (Sacramento  Co.) 

LA  SIERRA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5330  Gibbons  Dr.;  A.  L.  Neale, 
Libn. 


CARPINTERIA  (Santa  Barbara  Co.) 

CARPINTERIA  JUNIOR  HIGH 
SCHOOL.  Eighth  and  Walnut. 

CARPINTERIA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Carpinteria  Avenue.  Mar- 
jorie  Holmes,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ :  2,700 

Total  vols :  $1,800  ;  New :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  26  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  30 ;  Stud  :  400  ;  Grades :  9-12 


CARUTHERS  (Fresno  Co.) 

CARUTHERS    UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    P.O.   Box  7.   G. 

Douglas  Palmer,  Libn. 

Staff :  7  teacher-libns 

Book  fund  :  $750  ;  Circ  :  3,000 

Total  vols :  3,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  15 

Fac :  20  ;  Stud  :  400 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


CASTRO  VALLEY  (Alameda  Co.) 

CASTRO  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  16400  Santa  Maria.  Harry 
E.  Dunivan,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,000 ;  Circ :  12,000 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  42  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  102  ;  Stud  ;  2,252  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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eEDARVILLE  (Modoc  Co.) 

SURPRISE  VALLEY  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Dale  E.  Jones, 
Libn. 

CERES  (Stanislaus  Co.) 

CERES  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Mary  W.  Honeyfield,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,450 

Total  vols :  4,991 ;  New  :  1,420 

Subs :  Mags  :  117  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  36  ;  Stud  :  860  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


CHATSWORTH  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

WM.  T.  AGGELER  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  21050  Plummer  St.  J. 
Richmond,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund :  $60 
Total  vols  :  40  ;  New  :  20 
Subs  :  Mags  :  5  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  7  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


CHICO  (Butte  Co.) 

BIDWELL  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2376  North  Ave.  Mrs.  Helen 
Lantis,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,200  ;  Circ :  17,008 
Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New  :  635 
Subs  :  Mags  :  56  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  32  ;  Stud  :  750  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CHICO     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 280  Memorial  Way.  Virginia 
L.  Edmiston,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  17,520 
Total  vols  :  5,353  ;  New  :  695 
Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  48  ;  Stud  :  1,110  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CHICO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  2nd  and 
Salem  Sts.  Mrs.  Dorothy  D.  Ingalls, 
Libn. 

CHICO     SR.     HIGH      SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.   The     Esplanade.     Vaientina 
Nielsen,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ; 

Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  9,218 
Total  vols  :  8,536  ;  New  :  605 
Subs  :  Mags  :  98  ;  Newsp.  3 
Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,500  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

CHICO  STATE  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
East  First  St.  Norris  A.  Bleyhl,  Libn. 

i|  Departmental  Libraries:  (5)  Reserve 
Book  Room,  Natural  and  Applied  Sci- 
ences, Education  and  Psychology,  So- 
cial Sciences  and  Business,  Human- 
ities. 
See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
talle. 


CHINA  LAKE  (Kern  Co.) 

CHINA  LAKE  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  Gail  P.  Browne, 
Libn. 

SHERMAN  E.  BURROUGHS  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Naval  Ordnance 
Test  Station. 

U.S.  NAVAL  ORDNANCE  TEST 
STATION  LIBRARY.  Tel:  7-1495. 
Ruth  A.  Ohler,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  4  others 

Purpose :  To  serve  the  military  and  ci- 
vilian personnel  of  the  Station. 

Total  vols :  20,7-52 

New  titles  :  1,300  ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  97  ;  Newsp  :  15 

Circ :  73,199 

Available  to :  Co.  Staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

TECHNICAL  LIBRARY.  Tel:  Rl  5- 
0111,  ext.  71604.  Mrs.  Carolyn  J. 
Kruse,   Libn. 

Staff  :  10  libns  ;  12  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  technical  library 
services  for  the  scientists,  engineers, 
and  other  employees  of  the  Station. 

Total  vols  :  57,000  ;  Pams  :  105,000 

New  titles :  7,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  730 

Special  collections :  Rockets,  guided 
missiles,  explosives,  aircraft  fire  con- 
trol, propellants. 

Expenditures  :  $60,000  ;  Circ  :  45,000 

Available  to :   Co.  staff,  other  libraries. 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted. 

Services :  Centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions. 


CHSNO  (S$sn  Bernardino  Co.) 

BOYS      REPUBLIC      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY. Henry  Azhderian,  Libn. 

CALIFORNIA     INSTITUTION     FOR 

MEN.     LIBRARY.     Abe     Oppenheim, 

Libn. 

Purpose :  To  service  inmates  and  staff 
of  the  California  Institution  for  Men. 

Expenditures :  $2,100 

Interlibrary  loan  :  No  loans 

Services  :  Literature  searching  :  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting ; 
large  scale  distribution  of  magazines. 

See  also  State  prison  and  correctional 
school  libraries  table. 

CHINO    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 

5472  Park  Place.  Elodia  Solis,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Totals  vols  :  1,800  ;  New  :  650 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  49  ;  Stud  :  1,032  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

CHINO     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 600   Riverside  Dr. 


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CHOWCKBLLA  (Madera  Co.) 

CHOWCHILLA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Humboldt  St.,  Box  997. 
Gladys  Caywood,  Libn. 


CHULA  ViSTA  (Setn  Diego  Co.) 

CASTLE  PARK  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  160  Quintald.  Mrs.  Kathryn 
Kcrkis,  Libn. 

Staif  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $14,347  ;  Circ  :  17.000 
Total  vols  :  5,300  ;  New  :  1,135 
Subs  :  Mags :  55  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  48  ;  Stud  :  1,331 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CHULA  VISTA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 820  Fourth  St.  Barbara  May- 
field,  Libn. 

CHULA  VISTA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  415  Fifth  Ave. 

CHULA  VISTA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Memorial  Way.  Mrs.  Janice  L.  Stew- 
art, Libn. 

SOUTHWESTERN      COLLEGE      LI- 
BRARY.     888      Fourth      Ave.      Ward 
Blanchard,  Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 


CSTRUS   HE3GHTS  (Sacramento  Co.) 

SAN     JUAN      HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 7551  Greenback  Lane. 


CLAREMONT  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ASSOCIATED  COLLEGES  AT 
CLAREMONT.  HONNOLD  LI- 
BRARY.  Dr.   David   W.   Davies,   Libn. 

Note :  The  combined  library  for  four  of 
the  Associated  Colleges  at  Claremont 
(Claremont  Graduate  School,  Clare- 
mont Men's  College,  Harvey  Mudd 
College,  and  Pomona  College,  and  also 
serving  Scripps  College). 

See  California  universities  table. 

CLAREMONT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.     Mountain     and     Harrison 

Sts. 

CLAREMONT  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Foothill  and  Indian  Hills 
Bivds.  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Blanchard,  Libn. 

THE    FRANCIS    BACON    FOUNDA- 
TION, INC.,  THE  FRANCIS  BACON 
LIBRARY.    655    N.    Dartmouth    Ave. 
Mrs.  Elizabeth  S.  Wrigley,  Libn.  Tel: 
NA  4-6305. 
Staff :  2  libns  ;  1  other 
Purpose :  To  provide  research  and  ref- 
erence   materials    for    studies    in    the 
Elizabethan   and   Jacobean   period   of 
English    history    and    literature    with 
special  reference  to  the  life  and  works 
of  Francis  Bacon 


Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

New  titles  :  50 ;  VF  drawers  :  2 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Special  collections :  Special  Bacon  col- 
lection with  autograph  letters  and 
documents  of  16th  and  17th  century  ; 
early  cryptographic  collection,  16tli 
and  17th  century  Emblem  books ; 
early  Rosicrucian  section ;  Dante  col- 
lection 

Expenditures :  $2,000 

Circ :  reference  only 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest ;  most  books  are  in  rare  cate- 
gory and  are  loaned  to  other  libraries 
for  reference  only. 

RANCHO  SANTA  ANA  BOTANIC 
GARDEN  LIBRARY.  1500  N.  College. 
Mrs.  Alice  M.  Munz,  Libn. 

SCRIPPS  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Ella 
Strong  Denison  Library  Bldg.  Dorothy 
M.  Drake,  Libn. 

Serves :  Associated  Colleges,  Claremont 

also 
See  California  universities  table. 

SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA  SCHOOL 
OF  THEOLOGY  LIBRARY.  1325  N. 
College  Ave.  Rev.  Elton  E.  Shell,  Libn. 

Branches  :  Methodist  Historical  Society, 
5250  Santa  Monica  Ave.,  Los  Angeles 
29 ;  Pastoral  Counseling  Center  Li- 
brary, 500  E.  Colorado  St.,  Pasadena 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

WEBB  SCHOOL  OF  CALIFORNIA. 
625  E.  Baseline.  Mrs.  John  S.  Iversen, 
Jr.,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ  :  4,250 
Total  vols  :  8,375  ;  New  :  230 
Subs  :  Mags  :  29  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac:   20;   4   part-time;    Stud:  25;   153 
boarding  ;  Grades  :  8-12 

CLARKSBURG  (Yolo  Co.) 

CLARKSBURG  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 


CLOVERDALE  (Sonoma  Co.) 

CLOVERDALE    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 
119  West  St.  Mrs.  Pat  Henry,  Libn. 

Contracts  with :  Sonoma  Co.  F.  L. 

CLOVERDALE      UNION      HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 


CLOVIS  (Fresno  Co.) 

CLOVIS    HIGH    SCHOOL   LIBRARY. 
901    Fifth    St.    Kathleen    Boling,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols  :  3,660  ;  New  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  90 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  65  ;  Stud :  1,400 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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COACHELLA  (Riverside  Co.) 

COACHELLA   CITY    LIBRARY. 
Hall.  Mrs.  Wilma  Roggero,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 


City 


COACHELLA  VALLEY  UNION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  56th  and 
Van   Buren. 


COLUSA  CO.  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
Included  in  Co.  F.  L. 

COLUSA    FREE   PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 

260    Sixtin    St.    Mrs.    Eunice    Dollings, 

Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Colusa  Co.  F.  L. 


COLUS.A 
LIBRARY. 


UNION     HIGH 
745  Tenth  St. 


SCHOOL 


COALINGA  (Fresno  Co.) 

COALINGA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
300  Cherry  Lane.  Mrs.  Sarah  C.  Bow- 
ers,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Lihraries  table. 

COALINGA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Baker  St.  Robert  E.  Philips, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  ^  clerk 
Book  fund:  $1,000;  Circ :  16,000 
Total  vols  :  6,500 
Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  21 ;  Stud  :  475  ;  extended  day  :  20  ; 
Grades :  7-9 

COALINGA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 750  Van   Ness  Ave. 

COALINGA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  Fourth  and 
Durian  St.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  S.  Moore, 
Libn. 

Branches :  1 
Stations :  5 


COLTON  (Sstn  Bernardino  Co.) 

COLTON  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  380  N. 
Eighth  St.  Mrs.  Lucy  H.  Adolina,  Act- 
ing Libn. 

Affiliated    with :     San    Bernardino     Co. 
F.  L. 


HIGH     SCHOOL 
I   St.    Mrs.    Minnie 


COLTON     UNION 

LIBRARY.  777  W. 

P.  Bishop,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  J  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,200  ;  Circ  :  13,125 

Total  vols  :  9,285  ;  New  :  500 

Subs :  Mags  :  145  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  95  ;  Stud  :  2,200  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


COLUSA  (Colusa  Co.) 

COLUSA  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
546  Jay  St.  Mrs.  ina  A.  Cousins,  Libn. 

Serves  :  Entire  county 

Affiliated  with  :  Colusa  P.  L. 

Outlets :  21 

Stations:     Arbuckle,     College     City, 

Grimes,  Ladoga,  Maxwell,  Princeton, 

Stonyford,  Williams. 
Schools  :  11 

COLUSA  COUNTY  LAW   LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 


COMMIRCE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CITY   OF   COMMERCE    PUBLIC    LI- 
BRARY.   5001     E.    Washington    Blvd., 
L.A.   Phyllis  A.  Gray,   Libn. 
Established  .July  1,  1961 


CCNiVlQH  (Los  Angeies  Co.) 

CENTENNIAL    SR.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  2606  North  Central.  Rubye 

M.   Taylor,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,200 

Total  vols  :  4,670  ;  New  :  263 

Subs  :  Mags  :  61 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  61 ;  Stud  :  1,450  ;  Grades  10-12 

CLARETIAN  SEMINARY  LIBRARY. 
18127    £0,    Alameda    Blvd.    Rev.    J.    J. 
Fessler,    C.M.F.,    Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $400 ;  Circ  :  1,000 
Totals  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  150 
Subs  :  Mags  :  7  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Grades :  9-12 

COMPTON      COLLEGE      LIBRARY. 
1111    East  Artesia   Blvd.   Lloyd    R.   De 
Garmo,  Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Libraries  table 

COMPTON  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 601  8.  Artesia  St. 

ENTERPRISE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY,    2600    W.    Compton     Blvd. 
(Mrs.)  Grace  B.  Sweeney,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Rook  fund :  $1,200 

Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  50  ;  Stud  :  1,200  ;  Grades  7-9 

MANUAL  DOMINGUEZ  HIGH 

SCHOOL  LIBRARY,  15301  San  Jose. 
Frances  T.    Moore,    Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,000 

Total  vols  :  4,000  ;  New  :  750 

Rubs  :  Mags  :  64  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  59  ;  Stud  :  1,400  ;  Grades  10-12 

PARAMOUNT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  14708  S.  Paramount  Blvd., 
Paramount. 

PARAMOUNT  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  14429  S.  Downey  Ave., 
Paramount. 


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COMPTON— Continued 

RALPH  BUNCHE  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  12338  Mona.  Jo 
Ann  Wysocki,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,800  ;  Circ  :  15,000 
Total  vols  :  4,276  ;  New  :  717 
Subs:   Mags:   57;   Newsp :   1 
Fac:   37;    Stud:   1,000;   Grades:   7-9 

ROOSEVELT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1200  E.  Alondra  Blvd.  Mrs. 
Loucile    Heckman,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund:  $1,500;  Circ:  20,000 

Total  vols  :  8,870 ;  New  :  990 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  52  ;  Stud  :  1,200  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

WALTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 900  W.  Greenleaf  Dr. 

WHALEY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 14401  S.  Gibson.  Mrs.  Mar- 
jorie    Freeman,   Libn. 

WILLOWBROOK  JUNIOR  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2601  N.  Wil- 
mington Ave.  Mrs.  Mercedes  M.  Tay- 
lor,   Libn. 


COMCORD  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

CLAYTON  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1101  Alberta  Way.  Jack 
Ferrari,    Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn;  2  clerks 

Book  fund :  $8,143 

Total  vols  :  7,280  ;  New  :  2,261 

Subs  :  Mags  :  81 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  79  ;  Stud  :  1,731 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

DIABLO  VALLEY  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. Golf  Links  Road.  Thomas  B. 
Murray,   Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  taile 

MT.  DIABLO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Grant  Si.  Ethel  Brubaker, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,373  ;  Circ  :  480  per  week 

Total  vols  :  14,213  ;  New  :  991 

Subs  :  Mags  :  142  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  91 ;  Stud  :  1,858  ;  Grades  9-12 

MT.     DIABLO     UNIFIED     SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.     2701     Willow     Pass     Rd. 
Thelma  C.  Dahlin,  Libn. 
See   centralized   school   libraries  table 


CORCORAN  (Kings  Co.) 

CORCORAN  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY,  Whitley  and  Letts  Aves. 

COR!>^lNG  (Tehama  Co.) 

CORNING  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 

Contracts  with :   Tehama  Co.   F.  L. 

CORNING    UNION    HIGH    SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Box  407 


CORONA  (Riverside  Co.) 

CORONA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Main  and  Olive.  Ruth  C. 
Irons,    Libn. 

CORONA     PUBLIC     LIBRARY.     805 

Main  St.  Mrs.  Helen  M.  Wilkins,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with  :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 

CORONA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10th  &  Lincoln.  Florence 
Powell,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,600  ;  Circ :  12,177 

Total  vols  :  7,419  ;  New :  435 

Subs  :  Mags  :  61 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac :  47  ;  Stud  :  945  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

U.S.  NAVAL  ORDNANCE  LABORA- 
TORY LIBRARY.  Tel:  RE  7-1800. 
Virginia    L.   Parker,    Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  3  others 

Purpose  :  To  service  the  Laboratory 

Total  vols  :  7,463  ;  Documents  :  20,750 

New  titles :  400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  400  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Special  collections  :  Physics,  chemistry, 
mathematics,  electronics,  etc. 

Expenditures  :  $17,000  ;  Circ  :  26,880 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  ;  bibliographies  ; 
photostat  copying ;  centralized  pro- 
curement of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions. 

CORONADO  (San  Diego  Co.) 

CORONADO  ELEMENTARY  &  JR. 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  650  E. 
Ave.  Anita   M.  Gillett,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  38,743 

Total  vols  :  14,008  ;  New  :  1,200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  54  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,700  ;  Grades  :  K-8 

CORONADO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 650  D.  Avenue.  Marguerite 
A.  Bruce,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

New :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  118  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Grades :  9-12 

CORONADO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  640 
Orange  Ave.   Merna  J.  Cox,   Libn. 

U.S.  NAVAL  AMPHIBIOUS  BASE 
LIBRARY.  Coronado,  San  Diego  55. 
Elizabeth    D.  Weisgerber,   Libn. 

COSTA  MESA  (Orange  Co.) 

COSTA  MESA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2650  Fairview  Rd.  Mrs.  Mar- 
ian L.  Singley,  Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  21,750 

Total  vols  :  5,800  ;  New  :  1,350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  41 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  108  ;  Stud  :  2,365  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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FAIRVIEW  STATE  HOSPITAL, 
MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  1000. 
Tel:  Kl  5-9331.  Mrs.  Phyllis  H.  Smith, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose :  Provides  reference,  biblio- 
graphic, and  other  library  for  the  ben- 
efit of  the  hospital  staff 

Total  vols :  1,050 

New  titles :  450 

Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Mental  deficiency, 
psychiatry,  neurology. 

Espenditures  :  $2,500  ;  Cire  :  2,537 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

ORANGE  COAST  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 2701  Fairview  Rd.  Ramona 
T.  Case,   Libn. 

Departmental  libraries :  Agriculture, 
Business  Education,  Electronics,  Pe- 
troleum 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  2525  Newport  Blvd. 
Keith  C.  Lee,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table 

COTATI  (Sonoma  Co.) 

SONOMA  STATE  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. A.  S.  Pickett,  Libn, 

COURTLAND  (Sacramento  Co.) 

COURTLAND  JOINT  UNION    HIGH 
iSCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

COVELO  (Mendoeino  Co.) 

ROUND  VALLEY  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Walter  D.  Wey- 
mouth, Libn. 

COVINA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BALDWIN  PARK  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   3900    N.    Puente,    Baldwin 

iPark   (Covina  city  schools).  A.  Goss- 

jman,  Libn. 

i  Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 
Book  fund:  $2,600;  Circ:  14,875 

i  Total  vols  :  8,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,800  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

CALIFORNIA  BAPTIST  THEOLOG- 
llCAL  SEMINARY.  Seminary  KnoMs. 
Genevieve   Kelly,  Libn. 

.See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table 

CHARTER  OAK  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 20300  Covina  Blvd.  Mrs. 
Frances  Herner,  Libn. 

Staff:  llibn;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $5,000  ;  Circ ;  16,796 

Total  vols  :  4,615  ;  New  :  1,492 

Subs :  Mags :  78 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac:  50;  Stud:  1,065;  Grades:  9-12 


COVINA   HIGH   SCHOOL   LIBRARY. 

463  Hoilenbeck.  Mrs.  Marion  Cohee, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ :  31,482 

Total  vols  :  11,990  ;  New  :  1,051 

Subs  :  Mags  :  155  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,784  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

COVINA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  234  N. 
Second  St.  Mrs.  Dorothy  Weeding, 
Libn. 

COVINA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 463  S.  Hoilenbeck  St. 

EDGEWOOD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1625  W.  Durness  St.,  West 
Covina.  Wilma  Bennett,  Libn. 

NORTHVIEW     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 1016  W.  Cypress.   Mrs.  Gene 
Lewis,   Libn. 
Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $10,000  ;  Circ  :  14,720 
Total  vols  :  4,530  ;  New  :  2,901 
Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp :  4 
Fac  :  44  ;  Stud  :  850  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WEST  COVINA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1609  E.  Cameron.  Mrs.  Si- 
mone   Monteverde,   Libn. 

CRESCENT  CITY  (Del  Norte  Co.) 

CRESCENT  CITY  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 450  H  St.  Mrs.  Edna  Cadra, 
Libn. 

DEL     NORTE     COUNTY     HIGH 

SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  1301    El   Dorado. 

Theodore  Rich,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $4,500 

Total  vols  :  5,200  ;  New  :  1,218 

Subs  :  Mags :  86  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  50  ;  Stud  :  1,000  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

DEL    NORTE    CO.    LAW    LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

DEL  NORTE  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. Harland  McDonald,  Co.  Supt. 

CROCKETT  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

JOHN  SWETT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Pomona  Avenue. 
Ardis   Edwards  Burton,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,800 

Total  vols  :  4,700  ;  New  :  300 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  :  600  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

CULVER  CITY  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CULVER  CITY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4601  Elenda.  Mrs.  Mildred 
Scott,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Circ :  18,204 

Total  vols  :  6,501 ;  New :  770 

Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,620  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


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CULVER   CITY— Continued 

CULVER  CITY  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DIST.  ELEM.  LIBRARY.  4034  Irving 
Place.  Walter  L.  Whitaker,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  taile 

HUGHES  AIRCRAFT  CO.,  CULVER 
CITY  LIBRARY.  Florence  and  Teale 
St.   Fred   E.  Farhat,  Libn. 

M-G-M  RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 10202  Washington  Blvd.  Tel: 
UP  0-3311,  ext.  1474.  Elliott  Morgan, 
Libn. 

Staff: :  4  libns  ;  4  others 

Total  vols :  15,000 

New  titles :  200 ;  VF  drawers :  488 

Subs  :  Mags  :  87  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Special  collections :  Architecture,  inte- 
rior decoration,  painting,  costume,  old 
trade  catalogs,  social  life  and  customs, 
illustrated  periodicals 

Expenditures :  $3,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  photo- 
stat copying ;  briefing  and  abstract- 
ing ;  general  reference 

DALY  CITY  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

DALY  CITY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  275 
Southgate    Ave.   Samuel    C.   Chandler, 
Libn. 
Branches :  1 

JEFFERSON  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6996  Mission.  Angela  F.  Bel- 
lante,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  8,000 

Total  vols  :  8,100  ;  New  :  612 

Subs  :  Mags  :  82  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,287 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

DANVSLLE  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

SAN  RAMON  VALLEY  UNION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Shirley 
M.  Roen,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols  :  4,260  ;  New  :  478 
Subs  :  Mags  :  34  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  51 ;  Stud :  1,025 

DAVIS  (Yolo  Co.) 

DAVIS  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 315  W.  14th.  Ethlyn  F.  Hall, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,675  ;  Circ :  10,546 

Total  vols  :  4,350  ;  New  :  520 

Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  24  ;  Stud  :  388  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

UNIVERSITY    OF    CALIFORNIA, 

DAVIS.    LIBRARY.   J.    Richard    Bian- 

chard,   Libn. 

Branch  libraries :  Dept.  of  Agricultural 
Economics,  Mrs.  Carolyn  E,.  Christen- 
sen,  Libn  ;  School  of  Veterinary  Medi- 
cine, Merjan  Merala,  Libn. 


DEEP  SPRINGS  (Inyo  Co.) 

DEEP      SPRINGS      COLLEGE      LI- 
BRARY. Via  Dyer,  Nevada. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 


DELANO  (Kern  Co.) 

DELANO  JT.  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1331    Cecil   Ave.  James  L. 

Hickey,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,200 ;  Circ  :  10,865 

Total  vols :  6,152  ;  New  :  660 

Subs  :  Mags  :  103  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  66  ;  Stud  :  1,350  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


DEL  PASO  HEIGHTS  (Sacramento  Co.) 

DEL  PASO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1221  South  Ave.  Mrs.  June 
E.  Hammond,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $400-$450  ;  Circ  :  17,000 

Total  vols  :  3,800  ;  New :  208 

Subs  :  Mags  :  33  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  36  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

GRANT  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
DIST.,  CURRICULUM  LABORA- 
TORY. 1400  Grand  Ave.  Mrs.  Laura 
M.  Kuper,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

GRANT  UNION   HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1400  Grand  Ave.  Madeline  J. 
Cole,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 
Circ :  16,790 

Subs  :  Mags  :  84  ;  Newsp :  5 
Grades :  10-12 

DENAIR  (Stanislaus  Co.) 

DENAIR  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  138. 

DINUBA  (Tulare  Co.) 

DINUBA  JT.  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Kern  and  College.  Mrs. 
Margaret  E.  Finley,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $900  ;  Circ  :  7,800 

Total  vols  :  6,085  ;  New  :  287 

Subs  :  Mags  :  86  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  31 ;  Stud  :  635  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WASHINGTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.    Mrs.    Ruth    Leitzke,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $750 

Total  vols  :  3,300  ;  New  :  250 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  14  ;  Stud  :  350  ;  Grades  :  7-8 

DIXON  (Solano  Co.) 

DIXON      UNION       HIGH      SCHOOL 
DIST.  LIBRARY.  135  E.  B.  Mrs.  Jean 
Woodman,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with  :  Solano  Co.  F.  L. 


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DORRiS  (Siskiyou  Co.) 

BUTTE     VALLEY     HIGH     SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.    Third    St.    Marlyn    Hines, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Total  vols  :  2,000  ;  New  :  450 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  9 ;  Stud :  125 ;  Grades :  9-12 


DOS  PALOS  (Merced  Co.) 

DOS  PALOS  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Christine 
Hale,   Libn. 


DOWNEY  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

AEROJET-GENERAL  CORP.,  ENGI- 
NEERING LIBRARY.  11711  Woodruff 
Ave.  Tel:  TO  1-9711,  Ext.  630.  Flor- 
ence Walsh,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  4  others 

Purpose :  Technical  and  research  ma- 
terials 

Total  vols  :  1,200  ;  Pams  :  12,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  105 

Special  collections :  Government  and 
company  specifications 

Expenditures :  $2,500 ;  Circ  :  60,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

luterlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
:      quests 

IdOWNEY      city      LIBRARY.     8490 
■Third  St.  Lester  J.  Bergsiien,  Libn. 

DOWNEY  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1104O  Brookshire  Ave.  Cath- 
arine Carpenter,  Libn. 

i  Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
iBook  fund  :  $3,800  ;  Circ  :  17,209 
'!  Total  vols  :  7,772  ;  New  :  1,157 
Subs  :  Mags  :  63  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  91 ;  Stud  :  1,950  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

iDOWNEY  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT, INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERI- 
lALS  CENTER.  9140  Brookshire  Ave. 
Howard  Kaston,  Libn. 

pee  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

DOWNEY  WEST  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL.  11985  Old  River  Rd.  Mrs. 
Dorothy   Isom,  Libn. 

EARL  WARREN  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  8141  E.  De  Palma. 

InORTH  AMERICAN  AVIATION, 
SPACE  AND  INFORMATION  SYS- 
TEMS DIV.,  TECHNICAL  INFOR- 
'MATION  CENTER  LIBRARY.  12214 
Lakewood  Blvd.  Tel:  TO  1-2251,  Ext. 
13755.  Lee  M.  Foster,  Libn. 
Staff  :  5  libns  ;  9  others 
Purpose  :  A  divisional  service  function  ; 

technical  information  in  Aero   Space 

subject  field 
(Total  vols :  10,000 


New  titles  :  750-900  ;  VF  drawers :  70 

Subs  :  Mags  :  250 

Expenditures :  $15,000 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying  ;  briefing 
and  abstracting ;  centralized  procure- 
ment of  publications  and  subscrip- 
tions 

NORTH  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 9633  Tweedy  Lane.  Faye  L. 
Williams,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  11,144 

Total  vols :  6,458  ;  New :  558 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70 

Fac  :  42  ;  Stud  :  1,100  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

RHEEM  MANUFACTURING  CO. 
RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT 
LABORATORY  LIBRARY.  9236  E. 
Hall   Rd. 

SOUTH  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 12500  Birchdale. 


DOWNIEVILLE  (Sierra  Co.) 

SIERRA  CO.   LAW   LIBRARY. 

SIERRA  CO.  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
Box  37,  Loyalton. 

DUNSMUiR  (Sislciyou  Co.) 


DUNSMUIR    JOINT 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 


UNION     HIGH 


DURHAM  (Butte  Co.) 

DURHAM     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI 
BRARY.  P.O.  Box  140. 


EAST  NICOLAUS  (Sutter  Co.) 

EAST  NICHOLAUS  JT.  UN.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  95. 
Mrs.  Lawrence  Darrach,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $370 

Total  vols  :  1,400  ;  New  :  90 

Subs  :  Mags  :  11 

Fac  :  12  ;  Stud  :  175  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


EDWARDS  (Kern  Co.) 

DESERT  JR.-SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  77.  Mrs.  Marion 
D.  Barnes,  Libn. 


EDWARDS   FIELD  (Kern  Co.) 

U.S.   EDWARDS  AIR   FORCE   BASE 
LIBRARY. 


5—54336 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


EDWARDS   FIELD-Continued 

FLIGHT   TEST    CENTER   TECHNI- 
CAL  LIBRARY   BRANCH. 


EL   CAJON  (San  Diego  Co.) 

CAJON  VALLEY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.      395      Ballantyne       Lane. 

Shirley   L.   Keyes,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Circ :  1,350 

Subs  :  Mags :  30  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  33  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CAJON    VALLEY    UNION   SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.  750  E.   Main   Si.   Mary   R. 
Long,   Dir. 
See  centralized  school  lihraries  taile. 

EL  CAJON  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1035  Madison  St. 


EL  CAMINO   COLLEGE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

EL    CAMINO    COLLEGE    LIBRARY. 
16007    S.    Crenshaw    Blvd.     Helen     E. 
Rodgers,   Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Lihraries  taile. 


EL  CENTRO  (Smperia!  Co.) 

CENTRAL  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
AND  IMPERIAL  VALLEY  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  1001  Brighton.  Mrs. 
Violet  Gering,   Libn. 

EL     CENTRO     PUBLIC     LIBRARY. 

539  State  St.  Mrs.  Romaine  R.  Magee, 
Libn. 

EL    CENTRO    SCHOOL     DISTRICT, 
TEACHERS      PROFESSIONAL      LI- 
BRARY.   640    State    St.    Mrs.    L.    Bu- 
chanan,  Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

IMPERIAL  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 939  Main  St.  Mrs.  Violet  M. 
Thompson,    Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Brawley 
and  Bl  Centre 

Affiliated  with  :  Calexico  Public  Library 
and  Imperial  Public  Library 

Outlets :  30 

Stations :  Calipatria,  Holtville,  Magno- 
lia, Seeley,  Westmorland,  Winter- 
haven 

Schools :  21 

Teachers  Professional  Library 

IMPERIAL  COUNTY  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. Courthouse.  Mrs.  Loretta 
DouII,    Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Total  vols  :  8,330  ;  New  :  130 

Serves :  Open  to  the  public 

IMPERIAL  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY.  El  Centre. 


EL  CERRITO  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

EL  CERRITO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Ashberry  &  Eureka.  Mrs. 
Marie   Nelson,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  part-time  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,385.16  ;  Circ  :  10,920 
Total  vols :  7,918 
Subs  :  Mags  :  138  ;  Newsp  :  9 
Fac :  80 ;  Stud :  1,786 

WESTERN  BAPTIST  BIBLE  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  1800  Elm  St.  Eve- 
lyn   Haynes,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  2  lib  clerks 
Book  fund  :  $481.80 ;  Circ  :  3,369 
Total  vols  :  15,166  ;  New  :  643 
Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp :  2 
Fac  :  16  ;  Stud  :  227  ;  Grades  :  13-16 


EL  MONTE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ARROYO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

4921  N.  Cedar.  Mrs.  Frances  Gafuert, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book   fund:    $2,195.78;    Circ:    190   per 

day 
Total  vols :  3,655  ;  New  :  1,028 
Subs  :  Mags  :  63  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  86  ;  Stud  :  2,128  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

EL     MONTE     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 712  S.  Tyler  Ave.   Willa    M. 
Sherwood,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,615;  Circ  :  31,667 
Total  vols  :  18,313  ;  New  :  700 
Subs  :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  77  ;  Stud  :  1,842  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ROSEMEAD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 9063  E.  Mission  Dr.  (EI 
Monte  city  school)  Cosette  Anderson, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,767  ;  Circ  :  34,638 
Total  vols  :  11,000  ;  New  :  700 
Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,800  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


EL   SEGUNDO  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

EL  SEGUNDO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 640  Main  St.  Mrs.  Katharine 
Martin,  Libn. 

EL  SEGUNDO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
608  Richmond  St.  Dorothea  Fitz- 
gerald, Libn. 


ELDRIDGE  (Sonoma  Co.) 

SONOMA  STATE  HOSPITAL  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  1400.  Vera  M. 
Barrnes,   Libn. 

See    state    department    of    mental    hy- 
giene— institutional  libraries  table. 


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ELK   GROVE  (Ssaeramenfs  Co.) 

ELK    GROVE    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 


ELSINORE  (Riverside  Co.) 

ELSINORE    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   400 

W.    Graham.    Mrs.    Altha    M.    Cauch, 

Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 

ELSINORE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1201  W.  Graham.  Mrs. 
Katharine    B.    Keller,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Bools  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  18  ;  Stud  :  400  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


EMERYVILLE  (Aiamecia  Co.) 

EMERY    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 

4727  San   Pablo  Ave.  Mrs.   Bernece  B. 

Lyon,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  4,800  ;  New  :  478 

Subs  :  Mags  :  78  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  43  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

SHELL  DEVELOPMENT  COM- 
PANY LIBRARY.  4560  Horton  St. 
Thelma    Hoffman,    Libn. 


ENCENETAS  (San  Diego  Co.) 

SAN  DIEGUITO  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Elizabeth 
F.  Leonard,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $200  ;  Circ  :  2,500 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New  :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  47  ;  Stud  :  950 ;  Grades  :  10-12 

iSCALON  (San  Joeaquin  Co.) 

ESCALON  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.    Kern    and    Yosemite. 

ESCONDiDO  (San  Diego  Co.) 

ESCONDIDO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  239 
So.  Kallmia.  Mrs.  Martha  H.  Roick, 
Libn. 

IeSCONDIDO  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   1550   N.   Broadway.   Edwin 

!C.  Mirise,  Libn. 

(Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $4,600 

Total  vols  :  5,954  ;  New  :  851 

IjSubs  :  Mags  :  115  ;  Newsp :  8 

jFac :  120  ;  Stud  :  2,430  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ESPARTO  (Yolo  Co.) 

pSPARTO  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY. 


EThSA  (Siskiyou  Co.) 

ETNA  FREE  LIBRARY.  Box  15.  Mrs. 
Millie  Sethman,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Siskiyou  Co.  F.  L. 

ETNA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Box  468.  Mrs.  Carl  VV.  Black, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ  :  4,448 

Total  vols  :  2,600  ;  New  :  461 

Subs  :  Mags  :  41 ;  Newsp  :  1 

Faculty  :  9  ;  Stud  :  220  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

EUREKA  (Humboldt  Co.) 

EUREKA  CITY  LIBRARY.  7th  and  F 
Sts.  Mrs.  Helen  B.  Murie,  Libn. 

EUREKA    JUNIOR    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.   1915  J    St.   Jeanne   Aasen, 

Libn. 

Staff :  2  teacher-libns. 

Circ :  24,214 

Total  vols  :  7,734  ;  New  :  400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Faculty  :  48  ;  Stud  :  1,105  ;  Grades  7-9 

EUREKA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2029  J  St.  Mathilde  de  Ber- 
nard!, Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,400  ;  Circ  :  20,518 

Total  vols  :  12,441 ;  Nev/  :  463 

Subs  :  Mags  :  155  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Faculty  :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,526  ;  Grades  10-12 

HUMBOLDT  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. George  Magladry,  Libn. 

Serves  :  Entire  county  except  Eureka. 

Affiliated  with :  Areata  Public  Library 
and  Ferndale  Public  Library 

Outlets  :  145 

Stations :  Alderpoint,  Bayside,  Blocks- 
burg,  Blue  Lake,  Crannell,  Ettersburg, 
Fieldbrook,  Fort  Seward,  Fortuna, 
Garberville,  Glendale,  Harris,  Honey- 
dew,  Hoopa,  Hydesville,  Korbel,  Lo- 
leta,  Orleans,  Petrolia,  Rio  Dell, 
Samoa,  Scotia,  Shively,  Trinidad, 
Willow  Creek 

Bookmobile  stops :  46 

Schools :  71 

Teachers  Professional  Library 

HUMBOLDT  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 

HUMBOLDT  CO.  MEDICAL  ASSO- 
CIATION LIBRARY.  City  Library 
BIdg. 

'■ii\'SBOLDT    CO.    TEACHERS     LI- 
BRARY. 

EXlTiR  (f  ulesre  Co.) 

EXETER     UNION     HIGH     SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  820  San  Juan  Ave.  Myriam 

F.  Partridqe,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $2,006 

Total  vols  :  6,541 ;  New  :  47 

Subs  :  Mags  :  56  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Faculty  :  38  ;  Stud  :  700  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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FAIRFIELD  (Solano  Co.) 

ARMIJO  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Box  B.  F.  H.  LaPlante,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $3,000 
Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  New  :  750 
Subs  :  Mags  :  70 

Faculty:    62:     Stud:    1,250;    extended 
day  300 ;  Grades :  9-12 

SOLANO  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Union  Ave.  at  Texas  St.  Robert  C. 
Ragsdale,  Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county  except  Vallejo 
Affiliated  witb  :   Benicia,  Dixon  U.H.S. 

Dist.  and  Vacaville  U.H.S.  Dist. 
Outlets :  180 
Branches :  Fairfield 
Stations :    Kaiser   Hospital,   Rio   Yista, 

Welfare  Dept. 
Bookmobile  stops :  90 
Schools :  60 

SOLANO  COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse.  Helen   E.  Reynolds,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Total  vols  :  8,800  ;  New  :  227 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20 

Open  to  public 

SOLANO  CO,  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
Included  in  Co.  F.L. 

U.S.  MITCHELL  MEMORIAL  LI- 
BRARY.  Travis   Ave.,  Travis   AFB. 


FALLBROOK  (San  Diego  Co.) 

FALLBROOK  SCHOOL  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  405  W.  Fallbrook  St.,  P.O. 
Box  368. 

FALLBROOK  UNION  HIGH 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  368.  Mary  E. 
Boyd,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  20,785 

Total  vols :  5,250  ;  New  :  276 

Subs  :  Mags  :  118  ;  Newsp  :  7 

Faculty  :  32  ;  Stud  :  707  ;  Grades  9-12 


FELTGN  (Sanfa  Cruz  Co.) 

SAN   LORENZO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  247. 


Ff  RNDALE  (Humboldt  Co.) 

FERNDALE  PUBLIC   LIBRARY.  807 

Main  St.  Mrs.  Frances  Haywood,  Libn. 
Afllliated  with:  Humboldt  Co.  Free  Li- 
brary 

FERNDALE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.   M.  Swanson,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $600 

Total  vols  :  1,855  ;  New :  126 

Subs  :  Mags  :  18 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Faculty :  13  ;  Stud  :  195  ;  Grades  9-12 


FILLMORE  (Ventura  Co.) 

FILLMORE  UNION  JR.-SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Central  Ave. 
Mrs.  Dulcie  B.  Arnold,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3,050  ;  Circ  :  41,743 

Total  vols  :  10,421 ;  New :  789 

Subs  :  Mags  :  136  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  56  ;  Stud  :  980  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


FOLSOM  (Sacramento  Co.) 

FOLSOM  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 715  Riley.  Lillian  Culver, 
Libn. 

Staff:  1  teacher-libn;  1  clerk 
Circ:  10,304 

Total  vols:  4,340;  New:  268 
Subs:  Mags:  26;  Newsp:  4 
Fac:  36;  Stud;  700;  Grades  10-12 


FONTANA  (Son  Bernardino  Co.) 

FONTANA  DEPT.  OF  INSTRUC- 
TIONAL MATERIAL.  9680  Citrus 
Ave.   Geraldine   Miller,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table 

FONTANA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1425  Arrow  Carolyn  Sherrer, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $3,400 ;  Circ :  18,000 

Total  vols  :  4,500  ;  New  :  300 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  41 ;  Stud  :  925  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

FONTANA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 9453  Citrus.  Jane  Kothman, 
Libn. 

KAISER  STEEL  CORPORATION 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  217.  Tel:  VA  2- 
3311,  ext.  787.  Mrs.  W.  L.  Smith,  Co- 
ordinator. 

Staff :  2 

Purpose :  Metallurgical  research  and 
management  training 

Total  vols :  1,800 

New  titles  :  100  ;  VF  drawers  :  28 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40 

Special  collections  :  Ferrous  metallurgy  ; 
industrial  supervision  and  manage- 
ment 

Expenditures :  $1,200 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching  ;  photo- 
stat copying 

SEQUOIA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 9452  Hemlock.  Mrs.  Marion 
Wheeler,  Libn. 


FORT  BRAGG  (Mendocino  Co.) 

FORT  BRAGG  JR.-SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  500  Harold  St. 
Mrs.    Lois   Hawk,   Libn. 


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FORT    BRAGG    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 
Mrs.   Daisy   Dodge,  Libn. 


FORT  ORD  (Monterey  Co.) 

U.S.   ARMY.    FORT   ORD    LIBRARY 

SYSTEM.   Nellie   McAlpine,   Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  9  others 
Purpose :  To  provide  progressive  public 
library  type  service  to  all  military,  de- 
pendents and  civilian  personnel  of  the 
military  community. 
Total  vols  :  16,300  ;  Pams  :  464 
New  titles :  1,700 ;  VF  drawers  :  4 
Subs  :  Mags  :  110  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Expenditures:    $10,500;    Circ:    284,827 
Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary   loan :   All  libraries  on   re- 
quest 
Services :    Literature    searching ;    bibli- 
ographies;  recordings  (tape  or  disc) 
centralized    procurement    of    publica- 
tions   and    subscriptions ;    bookmobile 
service 


DURHAM    BRANCH    LI- 
BRARY.   Mary   T.    Britt,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  To  provide  progressive  public 
library  type  service  to  all  military, 
dependents,  and  civilian  personnel  of 
the  military  community 

Total  vols:  4,300;  Pams:  240 

New  titles  :  950  ;  VF  drawers  :  1 

Subs  :  Mags  :  39  ;  Newsp.  8 

Special  collections :  Military  science, 
contemporary  military  reading  list 

Expenditures  :  $5,000  ;  Circ :  80,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  record- 
ings  (tape  or  disc) 

HOSPITAL  BRANCH  LI- 
BRARY.   Dorothy  Topham,    Libn. 
Staff:  1  libn;  1  other 

Purpose :    Bibliotherapy    with    patients 
and  general  information  material  and 
recreational  reading  for  patients  ;  pro- 
fessional staff;  attached  military  per- 
sonnel, their  dependents  and  civilians 
employed 
Total  vols:  8,000;  Pams:  400;  Paper- 
backs :  700 
New  titles  :  900  ;  VF  drawers  :  1 
Subs  :  Mags  :  58  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Special  collections  :  Military  affairs 
Expenditures :  $4,845  ;  Circ :  84,416 
Available  to :    Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Services:  Recordings   (tape  or  disc) 


FORT     ORD      LIBRARY     SYSTEM. 
PRESIDIO  OF  MONTEREY 

BRANCH.      Presidio      of      Monterey. 
Margaret    Halstead,    libn. 

\See  listing  under  MONTEREY  (Mon- 
I      terey  Co.) 


FORTUNA  (Humboldt  Co.) 

FORTUNA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.    13th    &    Sandy    Prairie. 

FOWLER  (Fresno  Co.) 

FOWLER  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  667.  Mrs.  Doro- 
thy J.    Hergenroeder,   Libn. 

FISEDERtCKSBURG  (Alpine  Co.) 

ALPINE  CO.  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
Fredericksburg,  Calif.,  via  Gardner- 
ville,  Nevada.  Mabel  C.  Love,  Co.  Supt. 

FREM0^9T  (AEameda  Co.) 

WASHINGTON  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Box  887.  Wanda  Underhill, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New :  2,200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac:   103;    Stud:   2,377;   Grades:   9-12 

FRENCH   CAMP  (San  Joaquin  Co.) 

SAN  JOAQUIN  GENERAL  HOSPI- 
TAL SCHOOL  OF  NURSING  LI- 
BRARY. Box  1890.  Tel:  HOward  4- 
7651. 

FRESNEO  (Fresno  Co.) 

ADDAMS    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 2117  W.  McKinley.  Mr.  Wil- 
liam Putier,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund :  $600 
Total  vols  :  1,300  ;  New  :  150 
Subs  :  Mags  :  12 
Fac  :  12  ;  Stud  :  20O ;  Grades  :  7-9 

ALEXANDER  HAMILTON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  102  E.  Clinton, 
Mary  H.  McKay,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $750 

Total  vols :  4,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  65 

Fac  :  39  ;  Stud  :  1,096  ;  Grades :  7-9 

BULLARD  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARY.  5445  Palm  Ave. 

CENTRAL  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2045  N.  Dickenson.  Evelyn 
D.   Denton,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $900 

Total  vols :  4,000  ;  New  :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  77 

Fac  :  44  ;  Stud  :  900  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

DeWOLF  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1921  N.  Calaveras.  Josephine  Hinck- 
ley, Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $480 

Total  vols  :  700  ;  New  :  160 

Subs  :  Mags  :  38  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  9 ;  Stud  :  230 ;  Grades  :  10-12 


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FRESNO— Continued 

FORT   MILLER   JR.   HIGH    SCHOOL 

LiBRARY.    1302    Dakota.    Ruth    D.   de 

Munyon,   Libn. 

Staff: :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $1,500 

Total  vols  :  4,800  ;  New  :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  29  ;  Stud  :  1,066  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

FRESNO  BEE  EDITORIAL  LI- 
BRARY.  1559  Van    Ness  Ave. 

FRESNO  CENTRAL  LIBRARY.  221 
S.  Angus.  Mrs.  Prisciila  Phillips, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries   table 

FRESNO  CITY  COLLEGE  LIBRARY, 
1101   University  Ave.  J.  C.  Carty,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table 

FRESNO  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
2420  Mariposa  St.,  Fresno  21.  Mrs. 
Alice  F.  Reilly,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Coalinga 
Union  High  School  District 

Outlets:  41 

Branches :  Clovis,  Gillis,  North  Fresno, 
Reedley,  Sanger,  Selma,  Sierra  Vista. 

Stations :  Auberry,  Big  Creek,  Big 
Creek  No.  2,  Biola.  Calwa,  Caruthers, 
Chavi^anakee,  Del  Rey,  Easton,  Farm 
Advisor,  Firebaugh,  Fowler,  Giant 
Club,  Industrial  Farm,  Juvenile  Hall, 
Kerman,  Kingsburg,  Kings  River, 
Laton,  Mendota,  Miramonte,  Mon- 
mouth, Navelencia,  Oleander,  Orange 
Cove.  Pariler,  Pinedale,  Raisin,  Riv- 
erdale,  San  Joaquin,  Tranquillity,  Tu- 
berculosis Hospital,  "West  Fresno 

FRESNO  CO.  LAW  LiBRARY.  1502 
Security  Bank  BIdg.,  1060  Fulton  St., 
Fresno  21.  Mrs.  Arline  C.  Matheron, 
Libn. 

FRESNO    CO.   SCHOOLS    LIBRARY. 

2314  Mariposa,  Fresno  21.  Virginia  C. 

Quesenberry,    Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table 

FRESNO  CO. TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
FRESNO  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   1839    Echo    Ave.,    Fresno    3. 

FRESNO  STATE  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. Henry  Miller  Madden,  Ph.D., 
Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  Colleges 
table 

GENERAL  HOSPITAL  OF  FRESNO 
COUNTY,  MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  445 
S.  Cedar  Ave.,  Fresno  2.  Mrs.  Lucille 
L.  Buccieri,  Libn.  Tel:  CL  5-9711, 
ext.  284. 
Staff :  1 

Purpose :  To  assist  and  further  the  edu- 
cation, by  providing  and  maintaining 
an  equipped  library  services 
Total    vols:    3,482;    Bound    Journals: 
2,371 ;  VF  drawers  :  3 


Expenditures:   $2,025;   Circ :  2,567 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  For  medical  profes- 
sion only 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

LONGFELLOW  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  868  Hazelwood  Blvd., 
Fresno    2.    Irene   Sanford,    Libn. 

McLANE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
2727  N.  Cedar.  William  H.  Young, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Circ :  13,000 

Total  vols  :  3,260  ;  New  :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags :  60  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  88  ;  Stud  :  1,900  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

MONTEREY  -  FRESNO     DIOCESAN 

LIBRARY.     P.O.     Box     1668,     1530     N. 

Fresno.  Tel:    AP  7-5125.   Msgr.  James 

H.  Culleton,   Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libus  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  Californiana  and  Catholic  ref- 
erence books,  general  reference  at  col- 
lege level 

Total  vols :  20,000 

New  titles :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Books  on  Central 
California  also  manuscripts. 

Available  to :  Public,  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted  to  profes- 
sionals  and  graduate   students 

PACIFIC   COLLEGE    LIBRARY.   1717 

S.     Chestnut     Ave.     Robert     Klassen, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  2,710 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  721 

Subs  :  Mags  :  61 ;  Newsp  :  9 

Fac  :  14  ;  Stud  :  106  ;  Grades  :  13-14 

ROOSEVELT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4250  E.  Tulare.  I.  G.  Neufeld, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  7,500 

Total  vols  :  6,300  ;  New  :  300 

Subs  :  Mags  :  92  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  90 ;  Stud  :  2,000  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SAN  JOAQUIN  MEMORIAL  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1402  N.  Fresno 
St.  Sr.   M.  Jeromita,  C.S.C,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,759.39  ;  Circ  :  7,168 

Total  vols  :  7,898  ;  New  :  598 

Subs  :  Mags  :  96  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  34  ;  Stud  :  773  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAN  JOAQUIN  VALLEY  INFOR- 
MATION SERVICE.  Fresno  Co.  L., 
2420  Mariposa  St.,  Fresno  21.  Barbara 
L.  Wynn,  Project  Director. 

SEQUOIA    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL     LI-    ! 
BRARY.  4050   Hamilton  Ave. 


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THOMAS  A.  EDISON  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  540  California  Ave.,  Fresno 
1.  Mrs.  Ann    Hunter,   Libn. 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  2615  Clinton, 
Fresno  3.  Mrs.  Rosamond  B.  Taylor, 
Libn. 

WASHINGTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  735  Glenn   Ave.,   Fresno  1. 

WASHINGTON  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6041  S.  Elm. 
Mrs.  Dorothy  P.  Millard,  Libn. 

WAWONA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4524  N.  Thorne,  Fresno  5. 
Leonora   B.  Cooper,   Libn. 

YOSEMITE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1292:  N.  Ninth,  Fresno  3. 
Patricia  Dart,  Libn. 


FULLERTON  (Orange  Go.) 

BECKMAN  INSTRUMENTS,  RE- 
SEARCH LIBRARY.  2500  Harbor 
Blvd.  Tel:  TR  1-4848,  ext.  358.  Mrs. 
Brigitta  M.  SteidI,  Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  Furnishing  literature  and 
other  services  to  staff  of  company 

Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  Pams  :  20,000 

New  titles :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  350  ;  Newsp  :  10 

Special  collections  :  Electrical  chemistry, 
instrumentation,  clinical  chemistry, 
electrical  engineering,  electronics, 
computer,  data  processing,  medical 
electronics 

Circ :  21,000 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting 

FULLERTON  ELEM.  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARY.  1401  W.  Valencia. 
Mrs.   Mary   K.  Caliicott,   Libn. 

/See  centralized  school  lihraries  tahle. 

FULLERTON  JR.  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 321  E,  Chapman  Ave.  Nancy- 
Lee  Carmichael,  Libn. 

\8ee  junior  college  lihraries  table. 

FULLERTON  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
301  N.  Pomona  Ave.  Harry  M.  Rowe, 
Jr.,  Libn. 

Outlets  :  13  elementary  school  stations 
Bookmobile     stops :     8     community,     13 
school  stops 

FULLERTON  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  201  E.  Chapman 
Ave.  Margaret  C.  Kessler,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  19,312 

Total  vols  :  18,000  ;  New  :  877 

Subs  :  Mags  :  92  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Fac  :  99  ;  Stud  :  1,950  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


ORANGE  COUNTY  STATE  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  800  N.  Cypress  Ave. 
Ernest  W.  Toy,  Jr.,    Libn. 

/See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
tahle. 

SUNNY  HILLS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1801  Warburton  Way.  Mrs. 
Eleanor  Sedgwick,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $6,000  ;  Circ :  18,126 

Total  vols  :  3,600  ;  New  :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  105  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  72  ;  Stud  :  1,400 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


GALT  (Scseramenfo  Co.) 

GALT    JT.    UNION    HIGH    SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  145  N.  Lincoln  Way. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Circ  :  6,160 

New :  189 

Subs  :  Mag  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  26  ;  Stud  :  500  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


©AISDENA  (Los  Aengeles  Co.) 

Gardena    High    School    and    Peary    Jr. 
High  School  Lihraries,  see  under  Los 

^3S. 


-1  se- 


GARDEN   ©ROVE  (Orange  Co.) 

BOLSA  GRANDE  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  M01  Westminster.  Kath- 
erine  G.  Lee,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund:  $8,000;  Circ:  4,284 

niGStGr 
Total  vols  :  5,200  ;  New  :  500 
Subs  :  Mags  :  94  ;  Newsp  :  6 
Fac  :  83  ;  Stud  :  1,950  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

GARDEN  GROVE  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.   11271    E.  Stanford.    Muriel 

G.  Anderson,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $5,845  ;  Circ  :  20,921 

Totals  vols  :  6,593  ;  New  :  1,126 

Subs  :  Mags  :  79  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  76  ;  Stud  :  1,865  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

LIBRARY  OF  VEHICLES.  12172 
Sheridan  Lane.  Tel:  LE  9-3534,  (714). 
W.  Everett  Miller,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Purpose  :  To  preserve  literature  pertain- 
ing to  vehicles  of  transportation  and 
to  provide  research  material  for  engi- 
neering and  design,  etc. 

Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  Pams  :  25,000 

New  titles :  150  ;  VF  drawers  :  84 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30 

Special  collections :  12,000  auto  cata- 
logs, motorcycle  catalogs 

Expenditures  :  $.500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  photo- 
stat copying  ;  film  library  ;  recordings 


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GARDEN   GROVE-Continued 

RANCHO  ALAMITOS  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  11351  Dale  St., 
P.O.  Box  295. 


GEYSERVILLE  (Sonoma  Co.) 

GEYSERVILLE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Box  396.  Dorothy  Bartlett, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $289  ;  Circ  :  1,380 
Total  vols :  1,046  ;  New :  76 
Subs  :  Mags  :  18  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  7  ;  Stud  :  55  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


GSLROY  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

GILROY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Fifth 
St.  Mrs.  M.  K.  Grodhaus,  Libn. 

GILROY  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1.0.0. F.  Ave.  Vera  Ann  Swo- 
boda,   Libn. 


GLENDALE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CLARK  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4400  Ramsdeil  Ave.,  La  Ores- 
centa  (Glendaie  City  Schools).  Mrs. 
Betty  C.  Steffy,  Libn. 

ELEANOR  J.  TOLL  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  700  Gienwood 
Rd.,  Glendaie  2. 

GENERAL  CONTROLS  CO.  LI- 
BRARY. 801  Allen  Ave.,  Glendaie  1. 
Mrs.    Gertrude    C.    Branch,    in    charge. 

GLENDALE  BRANCH,  LOS  AN- 
GELES COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 

Glendaie  County  Courts  BIdg.,  600  E. 
Broadway,  Glendaie  5.  Marie  Mc- 
Carthy, Attendant. 

GENERAL     PRECISION,     INC., 
LIBRASCOPE       DIVISION,       ENGI- 
NEERING    LIBRARY.    808    Western 
Ave.     Tel:      CH     5-8711.     Nathan     J. 
Sands,  Libn. 
Staff  :  2  libns  ;  4  others 
Purpose :  To  service  library  needs  of  en- 
gineers, research  personnel,  and  man- 
agement at  Librascope. 
Total  vols  :  4,000 ;  Pams  :  1,500 
New  titles :  400 
Subs  :  Mags  :  350  ;  Newsp  :  G 
Special  collections :  Computers 
Available  to :    Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  (telephone  inquiries) 
Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying ;  film  li- 
braries ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

GLENDALE  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
1500  N.  Verdugo  Rd.  Thomas  J. 
Toohey,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 


GLENDALE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  319 
E.  Harvard  St.  Horace  A.  ToIIefson, 
Libn. 

Branches :  5 
Stations :  1 

GLENDALE  SANITARIUM  AND 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  1509  E.  Wil- 
son Ave.,  Glendaie  6.  Mildred  Grand- 
bois,  Libn.  Tel:   CH  5-1121. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  3  others 

Total  vols  :  9,259  ;  Pams :  boxes  31 

New  titles  :  1,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 

Subs  :  Mags  :  230  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying ;  brief- 
ing and  abstracting;  recordings  (tape 
or  disc)  ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

GLENDALE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1440  E.  Broadway.  Bar- 
bara Ann  Canady,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $4,600 

Total  vols  :  15,238  ;  New  :  853 

Subs  :  Mags  :  96  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  102  ;  Stud  :  2,200  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

HERBERT  HOOVER  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  651  Gienwood  Rd.  (Mrs.) 
Romayne  Palmer,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,472  ;  Circ  :  30,000 

Total  vols  :  11,000  ;  New  :  580 

Subs  :  Mags  :  118  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  126  ;  Stud  :  1,970  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

HOLY  FAMILY  GIRLS  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  400  E.  Lomita 
Ave.  Sister  Mary  M.  Agnes,  B.V.M., 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,225.33  ;  Circ  :  7,152 

Total  vols  :  3,925  ;  New  :  353 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30 

Fac  :  21 ;  Stud  :  335  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

LOS  ANGELES  COLLEGE  OF 
CHIROPRACTIC  LIBRARY.  920  E. 
Broadway.  Loretta   Heacock,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ  :  2,621 
Total  vols  :  2,430  ;  New  :  654 
Subs  :  Mags  :  128  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  39  ;  Stud :  335  ;  4  year  chiroprac- 
tic course 

THEODORE  ROOSEVELT  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1017  S.  Glendaie. 
Mrs.  Lorraine  M.  Board,  Libn. 

WOODROW      WILSON      JR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   1221    Monterey. 

Mrs.  Helen  M.  Nadherny,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund:  $1,764;   Circ:  16,300 

Total  vols  :  7,900 ;  New :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70 

Fac:  48;   Stud:  1,250;  Grades:  7-9 


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GLENDORA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

GLENDORA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  122 
E.  Foothill.  Henry  C.  French,  Libn. 

GGLETA  (Santa  Bsarbara  Co.) 

SANTA  BARBARA  CO.  SCHOOLS 
LIBRARIES.  Education  Services  Cen- 
ter, P.O.  Box  488.  Mrs.  Charlotte  D. 
Davis,  Coordinator  of  Library  Serv- 
ices. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA, 
SANTA  BARBARA  LIBRARY.  Don- 
ald C.  Davidson,  Libn.  Special  collec- 
tions:   William    Wyles   Collection. 

See  California  Universities  taile. 

GONZALES  (Monterey  Co.) 

GONZALES  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Fifth  St. 

GRASS  VALLEY  (Nevada  Co.) 

GRASS  VALLEY  FREE  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. Mill  St.  Alma   Popp,  Libn. 

NEVADA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  340  Buena  Vista  St. 

GREENVILLE  (Plumas  Co.) 

GREENVILLE     JR.-SR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL   LIBRARY.   Marie   Bartholf, 

Libn. 

Total  vols  :  2,640 ;  New  :  58 

Subs  :  Mags  :  22  ;  Newsp :  3 

Grades :  7-12 

GRIDLEY  (Butte  Co.) 

GRIDLEY    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.    P.O. 
Box  397.  Mrs.  Vayne  V.  Linn,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with :  Butte  Co.  F.  L. 

GRIDLEY    UNION     HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.    300    E.    Spruce.     Etta     S. 

Todd,  Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  3,000 ;  New :  400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Tac  :  26  ;  Grades  9-12 

GROSSMONT  (San  Diego  Co.) 

IGROSSMONT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
IB  RARY. 

GUSTINE  (Merced  Co.) 

iGUSTINE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
ILIBRARY.  501   North  Ave. 

HALF  MOON   BAY  (San  Mateo  Co.] 

(HALF  MOON  BAY  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  H. 


HAMILTON  CITY  (Glenn  Co.) 

HAMILTON   UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.   P.O.   Box  488. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Total  vols  :  1,000  ;  New  :  400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  10  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Tac  :  10  ;  Stud  :  130  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


HAMILTON   FIELD  (Marin  Co.) 

U.S.    AIR     FORCE     LIBRARY    2541. 

Tel:  TU  cker  3-7711,  ext.  3245.  Harriet 

C.  Cook,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  3  others 

Purpose  :  To  provide  personnel  stationed 
at  Hamilton  Air  Force  Base  with 
technical,  scientific,  educational,  and 
recreational  reading  materials. 

Total  vols :  22,495 

New  titles :  3,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  231 ;  Newsp  :  29 

Special  collections :  Astronautics,  Aero- 
nautics, Electronics,  Engineering. 

Expenditures :  $9,100  ;  Circ  :  51,331 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  AU  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Bibliographies 

U.S.  SIXTH  AIR  FORCE   RESERVE 
REGION      HDQ.,      WESTERN      RE- 
GIONAL     REFERENCE      LIBRARY. 
Hamilton      Air      Force      Base.      Tel: 
TU  cker  3-7711,  ext.  5203.  Elizabeth  V. 
Fitts,  Libn. 
Staff:  1  libn;  1  clerk 
Purpose:     To    provide    technical    and 
professional  reading  material  to  Air 
Force    Reservists 
Total  vols  :  13,500  ;  Pams  :  1,500 
New  titles  :  2,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 
Subs  :  Mags  :  680  ;  Newsp  :  185 
Special   collections :    Aeronautics,    Mili- 
tary Science 
Expenditures :  $20,000 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Interlibrary  loan :   All  libraries   on   re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 


HANFORD  (Kings  Co.) 

HANFORD  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  109 
E.  8th  St.  Alice  E.  Hall,  Libn. 

Contracts  with :  Kings  County  Free  Li- 
brary 

HANFORD  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  220  E.  Grangeville  Blvd. 
Florence  A.  Rhein,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,100  ;  Circ :  18.000 

Total  vols  :  17.290 ;  New  :  580 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  77  ;  Stud  :  1,530  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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HANFORD— Continued 

KINGS    COUNTY    LAW    LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

Staff  :  1  county  clerk  ;  Income  :  $600 
Total  vols  :  6,927  ;  New  :  199 
Open  to  public  for  reference  only. 

KINGS  COUNTY  LIBRARY.  319  La- 
cey   Blvd.  Alice  M.  Hanna,  Libn. 

Serves :   Entire  county  except  Hanford. 

Contracts  with :  Hanford  Public  Li- 
brary 

Outlets :  14 

Stations  :  Armona,  Avenal,  Clarks  Fork, 
Corcoran,  Grangeville,  Hardwick, 
Island,  Kettleman  City,  Kings  River, 
Lemoore,  Oakvale,  Stratford 

KINGS  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY. 
1144  W.  Lacey  Blvd.  Florence  Malott, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


HAWTHORNE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

HAWTHORNE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4859  W.  El  Segundo  Blvd. 
Mrs.  Dorothy   Rhodes,  Libn. 

THE  NATIONAL  CASH  REGISTER 
CO.,  ELECTRONICS  DIVISION  LI- 
BRARY. 1401  E.  El  Segundo  Blvd. 
Helen  J.  Jones,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  to  furnish  research  materials 
for  all  company  employees  and  assist 
in  every  way  possible  to  locate  and 
secure  information  when  needed. 

Total  vols:  3,000;  Pams :  500;  Bound 
periodicals :  1,800 

New  Titles  :  750  ;  VF  drawers  :  8 

Subs  :  Mags  :  344  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Data  processing, 
computers,  office  machines. 

Expenditures  :  $10,000  ;  Circ  :  3,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

Services:  literatui-e  searching;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

NORAIR  TECHNICAL  INFORMA- 
TION UNIT  LIBRARY.  1001  E. 
Broadway.  Mr.  H.  W.  Jones,  Supv. 


HAYWARD  (Alameda  Co.) 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  LIBRARY.  224 
W.  Winton  Ave.  Mrs.  Dorothy  F.  Rob- 
erts, Libn. 

Serves :  County  except  Alameda,  Berke- 
ley, Oakland,  Piedmont,  Livermore 
Contracts     with :     Albany,     Emeryville, 

Havward,  and  San  Leandro 
Outlets  :  44 

Branches :  Castro  Valley,  Fremont 
(Centerville  and  Niles),  Newark,  San 
Lorenzo 


Stations :  Arroyo  del  Valle,*  Castro 
Hill,  Fairmont,  Fremont  (Irvington 
and  Mission  San  Jose  * ) ,  Highland, 
Masonic  Hill,  Mount  Eden,  Pleasan- 
ton,  Russell,  Sunol,  Union  City  (Al- 
varado  and  Decoto),  Veterans  Admin- 
istration Hospital  Livermore 

Bookmobile  stops :  25 

ALAMEDA  CO.  PLANNING  DEPT., 
STAFF  LIBRARY.  224  W.  Winton 
Ave.  Mrs.  Caroline  Wagner,  Supv. 

ALAMEDA  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY. 
224  W.  Winton  Ave.  Elsie  D.  Holland, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

ALAMEDA  CO.  STATE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  22300  Foothill  Blvd.  Floyd 
R.  Erickson,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

HAYWARD      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY. 22300  Foothill  Blvd.  Wallace 
Copeland,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,600 ;  Circ  :  24,552 
Total  vols  :  10,597  ;  New  :  630 
Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  85  ;  Stud  :  1,700 ;  Grades  9-12 

HAYWARD  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  22737 
Mission  Blvd.  William  G.  Webster, 
Libn. 

Contracts  with :  Alameda  County  Li- 
brary 

LA  VISTA  SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  29774 
Mission  Blvd.  Mrs.  Mary  Jo  Freeman, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SUNSET  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

22100  Princeton.  John  Patton,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,600  ;  Circ  :  17,800 

Total  vols  :  3,800  ;  New  :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp.  3 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,350  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

TENNYSON  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 27035  Whitman.  Katharine 
Long,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,300  ;  Circ  :  16,830 

Total  vols :  5,325 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  100  ;  Stud  :  2,300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


HEALDSBURG  (Sonoma  Co.) 

HEALDSBURG  CARNEGIE  PUBLIC 
LIBRARY.  221  Matheson  St.  Mrs. 
Marie  B.  Duffee,  Libn. 

HEALDSBURG  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1024  Prince  St. 


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HEALDSBURG  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  315  Grant  St. 

HEMET  (Riverside  Co.) 

HEMET  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1200  E.  Acacia  Ave.  Iris 
Bramblett,  Libn. 

Staff  :  i  libn  ;  ^  clerk 

Circ :  4,425 

Total  vols :  1.000 

Subs  :  Mass  :  16  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  23  ;  Stud  :  480  ;  Grades :  7-9 

HEMET    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   510    E. 
Florida  Ave.  Violet  R.  Tapper,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with  :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 
Station :  1 

HEIVIET  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 831   E.  Devonshire  St. 


HERLONG  (Lassen  Co.) 

HERLONG      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY. Dora  C.  Andersen,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  .$300  ;  Circ  :  958 
Total  vols  :  1,054  ;  New  :  50 
Subs  :  Mags  :  22  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Stud  :  170  ;  Grades  9-12 


HERMOSA   BEACH  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

PIER  AVENUE  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

710    Pier   Avenue.    Mrs.    Elizabeth    Le- 

Baron,  Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2.500 ;  Circ :  1,891 

Total  vols  :  1.015  ;  New  1,015 

Subs  :  Mass  :  28 

Fac  :  18  ;  Stud  :  438  ;  Grades  7-9 


HSGHLAND  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

Highland  Jr.  High  School  Library,  see 
San  Bernardino. 


HIGHLAND   PARK  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

See  under  Los  Angeles 

HILLSBOROUGH  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

HILLSBOROUGH  SCHOOL  DIST. 
PROF.  LIB.  AND  SCHOOL  LIB. 
CENTER.  2600  Ralston  Ave.  Jeannetta 
Powell,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

HILMAR  (Merced  Co.) 

HSLMAR  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
Lander  Ave.  Onetia  Pace,  Libn. 


HOLLISTER  (San  Benito  Co.) 

SAN  BENITO  COLLEGE  LIBRARY 
Nash  Road  and  San  Benito  Street, 
Mrs.  Lauretta  M.  Greiner,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

SAN  BENITO  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 470  Fifth  St.  Kathryn  Dool- 
ing,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  San  Juan  Bautista  City 
Librarj' 

Outlets :  27 

Stations :  Aromitas,  Bear  Valley,  Bitter- 
water,  Panoche,  San  Benito 

Schools :  20 

SAN    BENITO    CO.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

AND  JR.  COLLEGE.  Monterey  Street. 

Denise  F.  Keil,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Book  fund  :  $3,000 ;  Circ  :  13,233 

Total  vols  :  7,402  ;  New  :  875 

Subs  :  Mags  :  148  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  38  ;  Stud  :  820  ;  Grades  9-14 

SAN  BENITO  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
SAN    BENITO    CO.   TEACHERS    LI- 
BRARY. Included  in  Co.  F.L. 

HOLLYWOOD  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

See  under  Los  Angeles. 

HOLTVILLE  (Imperial  Co.) 

HOLTVILLE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  755  Olive.  Marjorie  L, 
Wilson,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  3,000 
Total  vols  :  4,662  ;  New  350 
Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  22  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

HOOPA  (Humboldt  Co.) 

HOOPA    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 

Mrs.  Claramae  Sahmaunt,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Circ  :  5,775 

Total  vols :  1,700 ;  New  :  100 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  1 ;  Stud  :  14  ;  Grades  :  5-12 

HOPLAND  (Mendocino  Co.) 

HOPLAND  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  398. 

Total  vols  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  21 

Fac  :  5  ;  Students  :  69  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

KUGHSON  (Stanislaus  Co.) 

HUGHSON  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  598.  Grace  E. 
Bishop,   Libn. 


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HUNTINGTON   BEACH  (Orange  Co.] 

HUNTINGTON  BEACH  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1905  Main  St. 
Mrs.   Beth   C.   Brown,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $3,246.25  ;  Circ  :  27,995 
Subs  :  Mags  :  150  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  62  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

HUNTINGTON  BEACH  PUBLIC  Ll> 
BRARY.    525    Main.    Walter    Johnson, 
Libn. 
Branches :  1 


HUNTINGTON   PARK  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Carmelita  High  School,  Henry  T.  Gage, 
Jr.  High  School  and  Huntington  Park 
Union  High  School  libraries,  see  un- 
der Los  Angeles. 


IMOLA  (N«pc!  Co.) 

NAPA    STATE    HOSPITAL,    MEDI- 
CAL LIBRARY.  Tel:  BA  Idwin  6-2011, 
Ext.  477.  Margaret  M.  Roche,  Libn. 
Special  collections :   Psychiatry,  neurol- 
ogy,   clinical   psychology,    psychiatric 
social    work,    nursing,    rehabilitation, 
general  medicine 
Expenditures :  3,350 
Available  to :   Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :   All  libraries   on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;    centralized    procurement   of 
publications  and  subscriptions 
See    also    state    department    of    mental 
hygiene-institutional  liiraries  table. 

IMPERIAL  (Impericsi  Co.) 

IMPERIAL    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   9th 
&  H.  Mrs.  Norma  A.  Hicks,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with :  Imperial  Co.  F.  L. 

IMPERIAL  VALLEY  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  517  W.  Main  St. 
Mrs.  Mattie  Kelly,  Libn. 

IMPERIAL   BEACH  (Scin  Diego  Co.) 

Mar    Vista    High    School    Library,    see 
Palm  City. 

INDEPENDENCE  (Inyo  Co.) 

INYO  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Richard  B.  Engen,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county. 

Contracts  with  :  Mono  County 

Outlets  :  8  (Inyo  Co.  only) 

Stations :    Big    Fine,    Bishop,    Furnace 

Creek,   Long   Pine,   Rovana,   Tecopa, 

Shoshone 
Teachers  Professional  Library 

INYO  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY,  court- 
house. 


INYO  CO.  TEACHERS'  LIBRARY. 
Education  &  Welfare  BIdg.  Box  26. 
Included  in  Co.  F.L. 

MONO  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Address:  Inyo  C.  Free  Library,  Inde- 
pendence. Richard  B.  Engen,  Libn. 

Contracts  with :  Inyo  Co.  Free  Library 
Outlets:  3  (Mono  Co.  only) 
Stations :    Bridgeport,   Hot   Creek,   Lee 
Vining 

INDIO  (Riverside  Co.) 

INDIO     HIGH     SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 

Ave.  46  &  Clinton.  Milford  Whittlesey, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Circ  :  950  per  mo. 

Total  vols :  7,486 

Subs  :  Mags  :  63  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  55  ;  Stud  :  929  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

INDIO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Miles  at 
Deglet  Noor.  Mrs.  Jane  M.  Walker, 
Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 


INGLEWOOD  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ALBERT       MONROE       JR.       HIGH 

SCHOOL      LIBRARY.     10711      Tenth 

Ave.  Mrs.  Ruth  Dodd,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,800 

Total  vols  :  3,481 ;  New :  300 

Fac :  30  ;  Stud  :  900 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

ELECTRONIC  TECHNICAL  INSTI- 
TUTE LIBRARY.  970  W.  Manchester. 
Mr.  Cecil   Reed,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  other 

Purpose :  Student  reference 
Total  vols  :  500 
New  titles :  25 
Subs  :  Mags  :  10 
Expenditures  :  $250 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff 
Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

INGLEWOOD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 231  S.  Grevillea.  Bernice 
Sward,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $5,000  ;  Circ :  413  per  day 
Total  vols  :  17,352  ;  New :  967 
Subs :  Mags  :  43  ;  Newsp :  3 
Fac  :  92  ;  Stud  :  1,896  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

INGLEWOOD      PUBLIC     LIBRARY. 

105  Queen  St.  John  Perkins,  Libn. 
To  be  established  July  1,  1962. 

LENNOX  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

11033   S.    Buford,    Lennox    (Inglewood 

city  schools).  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Di  Masi, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  time 

Book  fund  :  $1,000 ;  Circ  :  5,000 

Total  vols  :  3,741 ;  New  :  871 

Subs :  Mags  :  76  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  43  ;  Stud :  784 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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MONROE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10711  Tenth  Ave.  Peggy 
Brands,  Libn. 

MORNINGSIDE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10500  Yuken,  Inglewood  2. 
Mrs.  Lenore  Eberle,  Libn. 

NORTH  AMERICAN  AVIATION, 
INC.,  ENGINEERING  LIBRARY. 
5701  W.  Imperial  Highway. 

NORTHROP  INSTITUTE  OFTECH- 
NOLOGY  LIBRARY.  1155  W.  Arbor 
Vitae.    Milton    Padno,    Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  Colleges 
table, 

iONE  (Riverside  Co.) 

lONE     HIGH     SCHOOL     LIBRARY. 

P.O.    Box    64.    Mrs.    Alice    B.    Shaver, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $380 

Total  vols  :  1,500  ;  New  :  150 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  11 ;  Stud  :  120  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

PRESTON  SCHOOL  OF  INDUSTRY 
LIBRARY.  R.R.  Box  5.  John  H. 
Bjarnason,  Libn. 

Subs  :  Mags  :  63 

Fac  :  43  ;  Stud  :  700  ;  150  extended  day  ; 

Grades :  1-12 
See   also   state   prison   and   correctional 

school  libraries  table. 


JACKSON  (Amadoir  Co.) 

AMADOR  COUNTY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Box  218. 

AMADOR  COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

AMADOR    COUNTY     LIBRARY. 

Courthouse  Square,  Box  637.  Evanne 
Wheeler,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county 

Outlets :  14 

Stations :    Amador    City,    Fiddletown,* 

lone,   Pine   Grove,   Plymouth,    Sutter 

Creek 
Schools :  8 

JACKSON  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  665.  Dorothy  S. 
van  Thiel,  Libn. 

Staif :  1  teacher-libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund :  $200 

Total  vols  :  1,050  ;  New  :  50 

Subs  :  Mags  :  15  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  13  ;  Stud  :  167  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


JOHNSONDALE  (Tu!ai-e  Co.) 

JOHNSONDALE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   Box  5. 


*  Discontinued  during  fiscal  year. 


JULIAN  (San  Diego  Co.) 

JULIAN  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Banner  Rd.,  P.O.  Box  154. 
Mrs.  Margaret  M.  Morton,  Libn. 


KELSEYVILLE  (Lake  Co.) 

KELSEYVILLE      FREE      LIBRARY. 
Kelseyvilie  Women's  Club  BIdg. 

Note  :  Supported  by  the  club. 


KENTF9ELD  (Marin  Co.) 

COLLEGE  OF  MARIN  LIBRARY. 
Charles  D.  Mastin,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

KERMAN  (Fresno  Co.) 

KERMAN  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Janet  Roup,  Libn. 

KING  CITY  (Monterey  Co.) 

KING  CITY  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  720  Broadway. 
Theresa  Reed,  Libn. 

KING  CITY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  212 
S.  Vanderhurst  Ave.  Mrs.  Elsie  V. 
Newman,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Monterey  Co.  F.  L. 

KINGSSURG  (Fresno  Co.) 

KINGSBURG  JT.  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1900  18th  St. 
Mrs.  Elsa  Smith,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $959  ;  Circ  :  6,945 

Total  vols  :  3,355  ;  New  :  235 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  29  ;  Stud  :  560  ;  Grades :  9-12 

LA   CANADA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

La  Canada  Jr.  High  School  Library  and 
the  Jet  Propulsion  Laboratory  Li- 
brary, see  under  Pasadena. 

LA  S^ABRA  (Orange  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  RESEARCH  CORP. 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  446.  Tel:  OW 
1-2241.  Jean   M.  Legg,  Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  4  clerks 

Purpose :  To  serve  company's  employees 

Total  vols  :  15,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  25 

Subs  :  Mags  :  480 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions. 


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LA   HABRA— Continued 

LA  HABRA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 801  W.  Rose.  Mrs.  Dorothy 
W.  Ashby,  Libn. 

LA  JOLLA  (San  Diego  Co.) 

LA  JOLLA  JR,-SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  750  Nautilus.  Cecilia  Pres- 
inger,  Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,032.50  ;  Circ  :  26,117 

Total  vols  :  9,854  ;  New  :  480 

Subs  :  Mags  :  97  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,600  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

UNIVERSITY    OF    CALIFORNIA, 

SAN    DIEGO.    LIBRARY.    Melvin    J. 

Voigt,  Libn. 

Branches  :  Scripps  Institution  of  Ocea- 
nography Library  and  School  of 
Science  and  Engineering  Library 

See  California  Universities  taile. 


LA  SIERRA  (Riverside  Co.) 

LA  SIERRA  COLLEGE,  FULTON 
MEMORIAL  LIBRARY.  D.  G.  Hilts, 
Libn. 

See  state   and   other  four-year  colleges 
table. 


LA  VERNE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BONITA  HIGH   SCHOOL   LIBRARY. 

3102  D  St.  E.  Louise  Larick,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,764 

Total  vols  :  10,000 ;  New :  660 

Subs :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  37  ;  Stud  :  795  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

LA    VERNE    COLLEGE.    Eunice     M. 
Swank,   Libn. 

See   state   and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 


LA  MESA  (Scan  Diego  Co.) 

HELIX  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
7323  University  Ave.  Robert  F.  Free- 
land,   Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $8,000 

Total  vols  :  10,000  ;  New  :  2,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  32  ;  Newsp  :  12 

Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,850  ;  Grades :  9-12 

LA  MESA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 420O  Parks.  Edward  W. 
Barth,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,200 ;  Circ  :  34,617 

Total  vols  :  10,178  ;  New  :  1,376 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  57  ;  Stud  :  1,340  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LA  MESA-SPRING  VALLEY 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  4750 
Date  Ave.  Wayne   McAllister,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

LA   MiRADA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BIOLA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  13800 
Biola   Ave.  Arnold    D.    Ehlert,   Libn. 

Departmental  Library  :  Biola  School  of 
Missionary  Medicine,  558  S.  Hope 
St.,  Los  Angeles  17 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

LA   PUENTE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

LA  PUENTE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  15615  E.  Nelson.  William 
J.   Strange,   Libn. 

State :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 
Book  fund  :  $5,150  ;  Circ  :  30,000 
Total  vols :  10,000  ;  New  :  1,800 
Subs  :  Mags  :  125  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac:  87;   Stud:  2,000;  Extended  day: 
2,500  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LAFAYETTE  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

ACALANES  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1200  Pleasant  Hill  Rd. 
Ruth  E.  Fletcher,  Libn. 


LAGUNA  BEACH  (Orange  Co.) 

LAGUNA  BEACH  HIGH  SCHOOL  & 
MARIE    THURSTON     INTERMEDI- 
ATE     SCHOOL      LIBRARIES.      620 
Short  St.  Mary  E.  Carhart,  Libn. 
State :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,000 ;  Circ  :  9,065 
Total  vols  :  6,500  ;  New  :  391 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac:    45;     Students:     Sr.    high:    566; 
Inter,  sch  :  278  ;  Grades  7-12 


LAKE  ARROWHEAD  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

RIM  OF  THE  WORLD  HIGH 
SCHOOL  AND  JR.  HIGH  LIBRARY. 
P.O.  Box  30.  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Soderberg, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  7,767 

Total  vols  :  5,500  ;  New  :  700 

Subs  :  Mags  :  44  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  25  ;  Stud  :  500  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


LAKE   ISABELLA  (Kern  Co.) 

KERN  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  Mrs.  Joyce  A.   Hanna,   Libn. 


LAKEPORT  (Lake  Co.) 

CLEAR  LAKE  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  698. 
James  F.  Henderson,  Libn. 


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LAKE  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY.  210 
Park  St.   Mrs.   Mary  C.  Gibson,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  tahle. 

LAKE  CO.  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 

LAKEPORT  CARNEGIE  LIBRARY. 
200  Park  St.  Mrs.  Alice  Hendricks, 
Libn. 


LAKEWOOD  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 


FRANKLIN  D. 
HIGH  SCHOOL 
Clark. 


ROOSEVELT     JR. 
LIBRARY.   6145    N. 


LAKEWOOD  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4400  Briercrest  Ave.  Mar- 
jorie   F.    Ray,    Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $4,795 

Total  vols  :  10,011 ;  New  :  1,047 

Subs  :  Mags  :  106  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  118  ;  Stud  :  2,563  ;  Grades  10-12 


LANCASTER  (Los  Angeies  Co.) 

ANTELOPE  VALLEY  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  44900  Division 
St.    Mrs.    Elizabeth    U.    Lorbeer,    Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $8,621 ;  Circ  :  12,660 

Total  vols  :  13,500 ;  New  :  2,030 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  102  ;  Stud  :  2,300  ;  Grades  9-12 

ANTELOPE  VALLEY  JR.  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  45024  Third  St., 
East. 

See    California   junior    college    libraries 
tahle. 

LARKSPUR  (Marin  Co.) 

LARKSPUR  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  P.O. 
Box  518.   Mrs.  Helen  S.  Wilson,  Libn. 

REDWOOD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. (Tamalpais  Union  High 
School  District.)  Mildred  Mateer,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $7,070  ;  Circ :  10,000 
Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  1,927 
Subs  :  Mags  :  54  ;  Newsp  :  4 
I  Fac  :  65  ;  Stud :  1,390  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LAWNDALE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

LEUZINGER     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 4118  W.  Rosecrans.  Catherine 
Bitticks,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,158  ;  Circ  :  13,847 
Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  788 
Subs  :  Mags  :  77 ;  Newsp  :  6 
Fac  :  90 ;  Stud  :  1,750  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LE   GRAND  (Merced  Co.) 

LE  GRAND   UNION   HIGH   SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box    68. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $700  ;  Circ  :  95 

Total  vols  :  3,250  ;  New  :  210 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30  :  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  17 ;  Stud  :  235  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LEE  VINING  (Mono  Co.) 

LEE    VINING     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. Clarene  C.  Noiin,  Libn. 


LEMOORE  (Kings  Co.) 

LEMOORE    UNION    HIGH    SCHOOL 
LIBRARY. 


LENNOX  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Lennox  High  School  Library.  See  under 
Ingleivood. 


LINCOLN  (Placer  Co.) 

LINCOLN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
R.  Oliva,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ  :  1,750 

Total  vols  :  2,500  ;  New  :  1,600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20 

Fac  :  17  ;  Stud  :  375  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

LINCOLN  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Fifth 
and  F  Sts.,  Box  757.  Mrs.  Priscilla  I. 
Harris,  Libn. 


LINDA  VISTA  (San  Diego  Co.) 

Libraries    in    Linda    Vista    are    listed 
under  San  Diego. 


LATHROP  (San  Joaquin  Co.) 

U.S.      ARMY,      SHARP      GENERAL 
DEPOT   POST   LIBRARY. 


LATON  (Fresno  Co.) 

LATON       JOINT       UNION 
SCHOOL   LIBRARY. 


HIGH 


LINDA  (San  Joaquin  Co.) 

LINDEN  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  538. 


LINDSAY  (Tulare  Co.) 

LINDSAY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
250  N.  Harvard. 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


LIVE   OAK  (Sutter  Co.) 

UNION    HIGH   SCHOOL 


LOMPOC  (Santa  Barbara  Co.) 


LIVE   OAK 
LIBRARY. 


LIVERMORE  (Alameda  Co.) 

LAWRENCE  RADIATION  LABORA- 
TORY LIBRARY.  University  of  Cali- 
fornia. Box  808. 

LIVERIVIORE  JT.  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  600  Maple  St. 
Mrs.  Thelma  Rundstrom,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $4,500  ;  Circ  :  8,400 

Total  vols  :  7,000 ;  New  :  2,227 

Subs  :  Mass  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac:  55;  Stud:  1,100;  Grades  9-12 

LIVERMORE      PUBLIC      LIBRARY. 

2155  Third.  Donald  Nolte,  Libn. 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL,  GENERAL  AND  MEDI- 
CAL LIBRARIES.  Mrs.  Flora  M. 
Critchlow,  Libn. 


LIVSNGSTON  (Merced  Co.) 

LIVINGSTONE    HIGH   SCHOOL   LI 

BRARY.  Leon  Lee,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $400  ;  Circ  :  240.000 

Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  New  :  1.000 

Subs  :  Mass  :  29  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  :  600  ;  Grades  9-12 


LODI  (Ssn  Joaquin  Co.) 

LODI  ACADEMY  LIBRARY.  1215  S. 
Garfield. 

LODI     PUBLIC     LIBRARY.    305    W. 

Pine  St.  Amy  L.  Boynton,  Libn. 

LODI  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Walnut  and  Hutchins  Sts. 
Warren  B.  Hicks,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $8,200  ;  Circ  :  38,476 

Total  vols  :  18,209  ;  New  1,707 

Subs  :  Mags :  109  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  111 ;  Stud  :  2,227  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LOMA  LINDA  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

LOMA  LINDA  UNIVERSITY,  VER- 
NIER RADCLIFF  MEMORIAL  LI- 
BRARY.   Leroy    W.   Otto,    Libn. 

Branches :    White    Memorial    Hospital 
Branch,  Los  Angeles. 


LOAAITA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Alexander  Fleming  Jr.  High  School  Li- 
brary, Nathaniel  Narhonne  High 
School  Lihrary,  see  under  Los  An- 
geles. 


HIGH     SCHOOL 
L    St.    Mrs.    Ruth 


LOMPOC  JR.-SR 
LIBRARY.  203  S. 
Solovsky,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  |  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,400  ;  Circ  :  8,122 
Total  vols  :  4,935  ;  New  :  1,082 
Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  77 ;  Stud  :  855  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

LOMPOC  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  200  So. 
H.  St.  Theodora  L.  Johnson,  Libn. 
Affiliated     with :     Santa     Barbara     Co. 
F.  L,. 

LOMPOC  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARY.  Chestnut  and  I 
Sts.  Wayne  Hastings,  Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 

U.S.  ARMY  BRANCH  DISCIPLI- 
NARY BARRACKS,  POST  LIBRARY. 
VANDENBERG  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Vandenberg  A.  F.  B. 
Wayne  Hastings,  Libn. 

LONE  PINE  (Inyo  Co.) 

LONE  PINE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY. 

Affiliated  with  :  Inyo  Co.  F.  L. 

LONG   BEACH  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

AVALON  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. Box  J-1,Avaion,  Santa  Cata- 
lina  Island  (Long  Beach  city  schools). 
Jane  B.  Bowman,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $800 

Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  New  :  300 

Subs :  Mags  :  24 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  18  ;  Stud  :  365  ;  Grades  :  1-12 

BANCROFT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5301  Centralia,  Long  Beach 
8.  Edith  R.  Rex,  Libn. 

CECIL  B.  DeMILLE  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  7025  E.  Park- 
crest  St.,  Long  Beach  8.  Marjorie  R. 
Wintz,  Libn. 

DAVID  STARR  JORDAN  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6500  Atlantic 
Ave.   Mrs.   Ellanora   H.   Kramer,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $5,605.11 ;  Circ  :  21,462 

Total  vols  :  18,068  ;  New  :  1,459 

Subs  :  Mags  :  128  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  84  ;  Stud  :  1,905  ;  Grades  10-12 

FRANKLIN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 540  Cerritos  Ave.  Lucille 
Boyle,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,084  :  Circ  :  20,000 

Total  vols  :  7,756  ;  New  :  499 

Subs  :  Mags  :  38  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  45  ;  Stud  :  915  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


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GEORGE  WASHINGTON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1450  Cedar  Ave., 
Long  Beach  13.  Mrs.  Ivadene  Welch, 
Libn. 

HAIVIILTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1060  E.  70th  St.,  Long  Beach 
15.  Mildred  Bakke,  Libn. 

HERBERT  HOOVER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3501  E.  Green- 
top  St. 

HUGHES  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3846  California.  Louise  But- 
ler, Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn ;  li  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $2,700  ;  Circ :  36,288 

Total  vols  :  9,802  ;  New  :  743 

Subs  :  Mags  :  89  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,300  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JOHN  DEWEY  CONTINUATION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  835  E. 
Eighth  St.,  Long  Beach  2. 

JOHN  MARSHALL  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5870  E.  Ward- 
low.  Mrs.  Trudy  Snyder,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  If  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ :  25,000 

Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  500 

Subs :  Mags  :  40  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac :  55  ;  Stud  :  1,500  ;  Grades  7-9 

LELAND     STANFORD     JR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  5871    Los  Arcos. 

Mrs.  Lois  H.  Nissen,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  li  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,100  ;  Circ  :  35,750 

Total  vols :  7,980 ;  New  923 

Subs  :  Mags  :  36  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  63  ;  Stud  :  1,575  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LINDBERGH  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Market  and  Lewis  Sts., 
Long  Beach  5.  Dorothy  L.  Stanford, 
Libn. 

LONG  BEACH  BRANCH,  LOS  AN- 
GELES CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  36  Ar- 
cade, Jergins  Trust  BIdg.,  100  E. 
Ocean  Ave.,  Long  Beach  2.  Mrs.  Kay 
I  Dunn,  Attendant. 

LONG   BEACH   CITY  COLLEGE   LI- 
BRARY.   Liberal    Arts    Division.   4901 
E.  Carson  St.  Bess  Olson,  Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

—  BUSINESS  AND  TECHNOL- 
OGY DIV.  LIBRARY.  1305  E.  Pacific 
Coast  Hwy.,  Long  Beach  8.  Bess 
Olson,  Libn. 

LONG  BEACH  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Ocean  and  Pacific  Ave.  Blanche  W. 
Collins,  Libn. 

Branches :  10 
Stations :  1 
Bookmobile  stops  :  9 


LONG  BEACH  STATE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  6101  E.  Seventh  St.  Chas. 
J.  Boorkman,  Libn. 

See  state   and   other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

LONG  BEACH  UNFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  OFFICE  OF  LIBRARY 
SERVICE.  715  Locust  Ave.,  Long 
Beach   13. 

LONG  BEACH  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.  TEACHERS  PROFES- 
SI9NAL  LIBRARY.  215  E.  Eighth  St. 
Lois   Fannin,  Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 

MILLIKAN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2800  Snowden.  C.  Cecilia 
Burch,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $4,118 ;  Circ  :  34,096 

Total  vols :  11,059  ;  New  :  1,263 

Subs  :  Mags  :  108  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  106  ;  Stud  :  2,546  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

PACIFIC  BIBLE  SEMINARY  LI- 
LIBRARY.  4835  E.  Anaheim,  Long 
Beach  4.  Martha  Hurst,  Libn. 

See  state  and   other  four-year   colleges 
table. 

POLYTECHNIC  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 16th  and  Atlantic.  Dolores 
Lawless  and    Lucille    McGuire,    Libns. 

Staff :  2  teacher-libn  ;  2  clerks 

Circ :  40,000 

Total  vols  :  30,000  ;  New  :  1,200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  105  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  140  ;  Stud  :  3,015  ;  Grades  10-12 

ROGERS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 365  Monrovia.  Shirley  Hollis, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,375.65  ;  Circ  :  3,200 

Total  vols  :  6,044  ;  New  :  475 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  35  ;  Stud  :  750  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

ST.  ANTHONY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Seventh  and  Olive,  Long 
Beach  12. 

STANFORD  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5871  Los  Arcos,  Long  Beach 
15.  Mrs.  Lois  H.  Nissen,  Libn. 

STEPHENS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Santa  Fe  Ave.  and  Columbia 
St.  (Mrs.)    Ima  Venable,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  14  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $1,4'12  ;  Circ  :  23,353 

Total  vols  :  8,466  ;  New  :  474 

Subs  :  Mags :  45  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  45  ;  Stud  :  1,100  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

THOMAS  JEFFERSON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  750  Euclid  Ave., 
Long  Beach  3. 


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L0^9G   BEACH— Continued 

U.S.  AIR  FORCE  2347th  AFRTC  LI- 
BRARY. Municipal  Airport,  Long 
Beach. 

U.S.  NAVAL  STATION  LIBRARY, 
Terminal  Island,  Long  Beach  2.  Mrs. 
Ethel   M.  Robinson,  Libn. 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  5901  E.  Sev- 
enth St.,  Long  Beach  4.  Tel:  GE 
9-6861,  Ext.  593.  Mrs.  Nila  R.  Staar- 
gaard,  Libn. 
Staff :  4  libns  ;  1  other 
Purpose :  To  provide  reading  for  hos- 
pitalized veterans  and  provide  medi- 
cal library  service  for  hospital  staff 
Totals    vols :    Medical    5,500 ;    Patients 

12,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  255  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Special  collections  :  Medical  collection 
Expenditures  :  $7,900  ;  Circ  :  42,000 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying  ;  briefing 
and  abstracting  ;  centralized  procure- 
ment of  publications  and  subscrip- 
tions 

WOODROW  WILSON  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  10th  and  Ximeno. 
Beverley  J.  Wilson,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  clerk 

Circ :  29,667 

Total  vols  :  21,356  ;  New  :  954 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  90  ;  Stud  :  2,200  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


LOOMBS  (Placer  Co.) 


HIGH      SCHOOL 
1,   Box  1009.   R.  A. 


Ll- 

Hoff- 


DEL      ORO 
BRARY.   Rt 

mann,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  1,965 

Total  vols  :  1,500  ;  New  :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  52  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  20  ;  Stud  :  400  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LOS   ALTOS  (Santsi  Clcsm  Co.) 

LOS  ALTOS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 201  Almond  Ave.  Mrs.  Martha 
C.  Blalock,  Libn. 

Staff :  1*  libns ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $6,772  ;  Circ  :  19,259 

Total  vols  :  7,704  ;  New  :  1,463 

Subs  :  Mags  :  SO ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  101 ;  Stud  :  2,200  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

LOS  ALTOS  SCHOOL  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  188.  Mrs.  Jean 
Wenzel,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


LOS   ALTOS   HILLS  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

FOOTHILL      COLLEGE      LIBRARY. 

12345  El  Monte  Ave.  Elizabeth  Martin, 
Libn. 

See    California   junior    college    libraries 
table. 


LOS   ANGELES  (Los  Angeies  Co.) 

ABRAHAM  LINCOLN  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3501  N.  Broad- 
way, L.A.  31. 

ACADEMY  OF  MOTION  PICTURE 
ARTS    AND    SCIENCES    LIBRARY. 

9038  Melrose,  L.A.  46. 

ADVERTISING  AND  MARKETING 
RESEARCH  LIBRARY.  1145  W.  Sixth 
St.,   L.A.  17. 

AIRPORT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  9000  Airport    Blvd.,    L.A.  45. 

ALEXANDER  FLEMING  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  25425  Walnut 
St.,    Lomita.   Janet    D.    McOuat,    Libn. 

ALEXANDER  HAMILTON  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2955  Robertson 
Blvd.,  L.A.  34. 

AMERICAN  POTASH  AND  CHEMI- 
CAL CORP.  LIBRARY.  3000  W.  Sixth 
St.,   L.A.  5.  Tel:    DU   2-8231,   Ext.  239. 

ANDREW  JACKSON  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2821  E.  Seventh  St.  Sam 
Rubenstein,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $209 

Total  vols  :  1,450  ;  New  :  17 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  25  ;  Stud  :  400  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

ARCHITECTURE  AND  ALLIED 
ARTS  LIBRARY.  Suite  9A,  3723  Wil- 
shire  Blvd.,   L.A.  5. 

THE  ART  CENTER  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5353  W.  Third  St.  Mrs.  Judy 
Hutchins,  Libn. 

See   state   and    other  four-year   colleges 
table. 

AUDUBON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4201  Creed  Ave.  Cecilia  M. 
Martucci,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,645.88  ;  Circ  :  27,805 

Total  vols  :  11,790  ;  New  :  1,104 

Subs  :  Mags  :  120  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  85  ;  Stud  :  2,095  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

BARLOW  SANITORIUM,  ELKS  TU- 
BERCULOSIS LIBRARY.  1301  Cha- 
vez Ravine  Rd.,  L.A.  26.  Tel:  MA 
8-4165.  Betty  Warrington,  Libn. 

BELL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
4238  Bell  Ave.,  Bell.  (Los  Angeles  City 
Schools).  Helen  L.  Neel,  Libn. 


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BELMONT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1575  W.  Second  St.  Paul  L. 
Monroe,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2;i58.78 
Total  vols  :  15,611 ;  New  :  282 
Subs  :  Mags  :  135  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Stud  :  1,763  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

BELVEDERE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  312  N.  Record  St.  Mrs. 
Dorothy  Keiser,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $i;541.31 ;  Circ  :  18,886 

Total  vols  :  8,739  ;  Nev?  :  591 

Subs  :  Mags  :  92  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  81 ;  Stud  :  1,656  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  820  N.  Avenue 
54.  Jean   D.  Sandlie,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols  :  13,000  ;  New  :  517 
Subs  :  Mags  :  90  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Grades  :  10-12 

BERENDO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  1157  S.    Berendo   St.,    L.A.  6. 

BIRMINGHAM  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  6451  Balboa  Blvd.,  Van 
Nuys.   (Los  Angeles  City  Schools). 

BISHOP  CONATY  MEMORIAL 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2900  W. 
Pico  Blvd.  Sr.  Gabriel  Marie,  C.S.J., 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  9,546 

Total  vols  :  5,175  ;  New  :  407 

Subs  :  Mags  :  56  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  45  ;  Stud  :  1,122  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

BLACK  FOXE  MILITARY  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  637  N.  Wilcox,  L.A.  4. 

BRAILLE  INSTITUTE  LIBRARY. 
741  N.  Vermont  Ave.,  L.A.  29.  Tel: 
NO  3-1111.  Henriette  J.  Worsfold, 
Libn. 

BRET  HARTE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  9301  S.  Hoover  St.,  L.A. 
42.  Sally  Beck,  Libn. 

BURROUGHS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  600  S.  McCadden.  Dorothy 
E.  Adams,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  J  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ :  40,000 

Total  vols  :  12,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  55  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,800  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CALIFORNIA  HOSPITAL  CIRCU- 
LATING LIBRARY.  1414  S.  Hope, 
L.A.  15.  Mrs.  Caroline  S.  Henry,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Purpose :  Circulating  of  books  and  other 

reading  material  to  hospital  patients 

and  employees 
Total  vols :  1,400 
New  titles :  30 


Subs  :  Mags  :  8  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Expenditures  :  $70  ;  Circ  :  5,000 
Available  to  :  Patients  and  Co.  staff 

CALIFORNIA  SOCIETY,  SONS  OF 
THE  REVOLUTION  LIBRARY.  437 
S.   Hope  St.  Quincy   B.  Nichols,  Libn. 

Staff :  2 

Purpose  :  Genealogy  library  only 

Total  vols  :  18,000  ;  Pams  :  2,000 

New  titles  :  300  ;  VF  drawers  :  20 

Subs  :  Mags :  50 

Special  collections :  Genealogy 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services:  Bibliographies;  photostat 
copying ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

CALIFORNIA  TAXPAYERS  ASSO- 
CIATION LIBRARY.  750  Pacific  Elec- 
tric Bldg.,  L.A.  14. 

CATHEDRAL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1253  Bishops  Rd.  Brother  R. 
Cormac,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $1,180  ;  Circ  :  5,400 
Total  vols  :  4,760  ;  New  :  426 
Subs  :  Mags  :  31 ;  Newsp  :  1 
Grades :  9-12 

CEDARS  OF  LEBANON  HOSPITAL 
MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  4838  Fountain 
Ave,,  L.A.  29.  Philip  Alexander,   Libn. 

CHARLES  R.  HADLEY  CO.,  SYS- 
TEMS RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 330  N.  Los  Angeles  St.,  L.A. 
12. 

CHILDRENS  HOSPITAL  OF  LOS 
ANGELES  LIBRARY.  4614  Sunset 
Blvd.  Tel:  NO  3-3341,  ext.  376.  Mrs. 
Marian  C.   Hayes,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  To  provide  medical  library 
service  to  the  hospital  staff — prima- 
rily to  the  professional  staff  for  re- 
search and  study  of  pediatries  and 
allied  sciences 

Total  vols  :  5,026  ;  Pams  :  250 

New  titles :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  95  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Special  collections:  Medicine  (emphasis 
on  pediatrics)   nursing  and  allied  sci- 

Expenditures  :  $1,953  ;  Circ  :  5,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

CHOUINARD  ART  INSTITUTE  LI- 
BRARY. 743  S.  Grand  View  St.  Mrs. 
Dorothy    E.    Fearman,    Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 


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LOS  ANGELES-Continued 

COLLEGE  OF  OSTEOPATHIC  PHY- 
SICIANS AND  SURGEONS  LI- 
BRARY. 1721  Griffin  Ave.  IVlargaret 
D.  Cressaty,   Libn. 

Departmental  Libraries :  (18)  Anatomy, 
Biochemistry,  Cancerology,  Cardio- 
vascular, Clinic,  Clinic  —  EENT, 
Clinic — Pediatrics,  Histology,  Hos- 
pital, Hospital-Pathology,  Los  An- 
geles County  Osteopathic  Hospital 
Research  Program,  X-Ray  Dept., 
Medical  Microbiology,  Mental  Health 
Training,  Pathology,  Physiology, 
Pharmacology,  Rehabilitation 

See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 

taile. 

COLORADO      RIVER      BOARD      OF 

CALIFORNIA     LIBRARY.     Rm.    230, 

909    S.    Broadway,    L.A.    15.   Tel:     IVIA 

0-4480.   Mrs.   Margot  Stevens,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  Specialized  library  in  fields  of 
water  resources  and  development, 
water  utilization  and  conservation, 
specialized  engineering  and  legal  ap- 
plications relating  thereto 

Total  vols  :  5,500 ;  Pams  :  200-300 

New  titles :  500-700 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Special  collections :  Water  supply 
papers ;  govt,  publications  on  Colo- 
rado River  matters 

Circ :  3,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  photo- 
stat copying 

COLUMBIA  PICTURES  CORP.,  RE- 
SEARCH DEPT.  LIBRARY.  1438  N. 
Gower  St.,   Hollywood  28. 

DANIEL  WEBSTER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  11330  W.  Gra- 
ham   Place,   L.A.  64. 

DAVID  STARR  JORDAN  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2265  E.  103rd. 
Mrs.  Maria  L.  Derr,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1427.32  ;  Circ :  4,568 

Total  vols  :  5,675  ;  New  :  595 

Subs  :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  67  ;  Stud  :  1,329  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

DAVID  STARR  JORDAN  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  420  S.  Mariposa. 

Department  of  Health  Library  of  the 
City  of  Los  Angeles.  See  Public 
Health  Library. 

Department  of  Water  and  Poiver  Li- 
brary. See  Water  and  Poiver  Dept. 
Municipal  Reference  Library. 

Department  of  Water  and  Power  Laio 
Library.  See  Water  and  Power  Dept. 
Law  Library. 


de    FOREST    RESEARCH    SERVICE 

LIBRARY.    780     N.    Gower,     L.A.    38. 

Tel:     HO  9-7440.     Kellam     de     Forest, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  Research  services 

Total  vols :  3,100  ;  Pams  :  110 

New  titles  :  100  ;  VF  drawers  :  110 

Subs :  Mags  :  12  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Expenditures :  $900 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

EAGLE  ROCK  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1750  Yosemite  Dr.,  M.  L. 
MacDonald,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  4  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,946.98  ;  Circ  :  9,306 

Total  vols  :  9,891 ;  New  :  994 

Subs  :  Mags  :  99  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  88  ;  Stud  :  1,824  ;  Grades :  7-12 

EAST  LOS  ANGELES  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  5357  E.  Brooklyn  Ave, 
Frederic    M.    Blissert,   Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

EDWIN  MARKHAM  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1650  E.  104th 
St.    Richard    Leonard,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,344.60 ;  Circ  :  10,117 

Total  vols  :  4,211 ;  New :  575 

Subs  :  Mags  :  125  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  112  ;  Stud  :  2,399  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

FAIRFAX  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

7850     Melrose.     Nadine     Stegelmeyer, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Fac  :  94  ;  Stud  :  2,292  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

FARMERS  INSURANCE  GROUP  LI- 
BRARY. 4680  Wilshire  Blvd.,  L.A.  54. 

FARRAND,    FISHER    &    FARRAND 
LAW     LIBRARY.    420    Rowan     Bldg., 
458  S.  Spring  St.,  L.A.  13.  Mrs.  Nancy 
Duncan,   Libn. 
Serves  :  Only  the  firm  and  its  employees 

FLORENCE       NIGHTINGALE       JR. 

HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   3311    N. 

Figueroa.   Miss   Mitchell,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  11  hrs.  per  wk.  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,477 

Total  vols  :  5,882 ;  New  :  741 

Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  58  ;  Stud  :  1,270  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

FOOTE,  CONE  «S.  BELDING,  INC., 
LIBRARY.  900  Wilshire  Blvd.,  L.A. 
17.  Tel:  MA  9-3611,  ext.  212.  Laura  J. 
Rainey,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  To  provide  information  and 
materials  for  the  staff  of  the  Los  An- 
geles office 


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Total  vols  :  500 ;  Pams  :  5,000 

New  titles  :  varies  ;  VF  drawers  :  60 

Subs  :  Mags  :  200 ;  Newsp  :  7 

Expenditures :  $400 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting ; 
centralized  procurement  of  publica- 
tions and  subscriptions ;  various  types 
of  research  reports  and  projects;  pic- 
ture searches 

GARDENA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1301  W.  182  St.  Gardena. 
(Los  Angeles  city  schools). 

THE  GARRETT  CORP.,  AIRE- 
SEARCH  MANUFACTURING  DIV. 
LIBRARY.  9851-9951  Sepulveda  Blvd., 
L.A.  45. 

GENERAL  PETROLEUM  CORP.  OF 
CALIFORNIA,  TECHNICAL  LI- 
BRARY. 3655  S.  Soto  St.  (P.O.  Box 
2122,  Terminal   Annex,   L.A.  54). 

GEORGE  PEPPERDINE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  1121  W.  79th  St.  Mrs. 
Dorothy  W.  Moore,  Acting   Libn. 

Bee  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  CARVER 
JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  885 
E.  45th  St.,  L.A.  11. 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  10860  S.  Denker. 
Mrs.  Camille   Hopmans,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,612.92  ;  Circ  :  29,110 

Total  vols  :  14,925  ;  New  :  1,608 

Subs  :  Mags  :  156  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  127  ;  Stud  :  3,150  ;  Grades :  10-12 

GIBSON,  DUMM  &  CRUTCHER 
LAW  LIBRARY.  634  S.  Spring  St., 
L.A.  14.   Dudley  Stephenson,   Libn. 

Staff  •  1- 

Total'vois:  14,250 
Not  open  to  public. 

GRANADA  HILLS  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  10535  Zelzah  Ave.,  Gra- 
nada Hills.  (Los  Angeles  city  schools). 
Charles  W.   Dunning,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $11,000 

Total  vols :  4,200  ;  New  :  1,200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Stud  :  1,850  ;  Grades :  10-12 

GRIFFITH    JR.   HIGH    SCHOOL    Ll- 
I  BRARY.    4765     E.    4th     St.     Ella     M. 
Coughlin,   Libn. 

;  Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Total  vols  :  8,387 ;  New  :  662 
Subs  :  Mags  :  91 ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  73  ;  Stud  :  1,532  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


Health  Dept.  Library.  See  Public 
Health  Library. 

HELMS  ATHLETIC  FOUNDATION 

LIBRARY.    8760    Venice     Blvd.,     L.A. 

34.  W.   R.   Bill  Schroeder,   Libn. 

Staff :  3 

Purpose :  Sports  research 

Total  vols :  5,000 ;  Pams  :  1,000's 

New  titles :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections :  Books  on  all  sports, 
all  divisions ;  museum :  trophies, 
awards 

Expenditures  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  Sports  ma- 
terial to  press 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  No  loans 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  briefing  and 
abstracting ;  film  library 

HENRY  CLAY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  12226  S.  Western  Ave., 
L.A.  47.  Mrs.  Beth  Breckenridge, 
Libn. 

HENRY       T.       GAGE       JR.       HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    2880    E.    Gage 

Ave.,    Huntington    Park    (Los  Angeles 

city    schools).    Virginia     H.    Womble, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $750 

Total  vols  :  6,025  ;  New  :  322 

Subs  :  Mags  :  55  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  35  ;  Stud  :  710  ;  Grades :  7-8 

HOFFMAN    ELECTRONICS    CORP., 

TECHNICAL      LIBRARY.      3717      S. 

Grand   Ave.,   L.A.  7.  Adeline  Wasser- 

mann,  Libn.  Tel:   Rl  7-4488,  ext.  450. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  Serves  as  information  center 
for  engineers  and  technicians 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  Pams  :  1,500 

VF  drawers :  36 

Subs  :  Mags :  150  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Special  collections :  Electronics,  naviga- 
tion 

Expenditures :  $5,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies; centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

HOLLENBECK  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2510  E.  Sixth  St.,  L.A.  23. 

HOLLYWOOD  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1521  N.  Highland  Ave., 
L.A.  28.  (Los  Angeles  city  schools). 

HORACE  MANN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  7001  S.  St.  Andrews  PI., 
L.A.  47. 

HUBERT  HOWE  BANCROFT  JR. 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  929  N. 
Las  Paimas  Ave.,   Hollywood  38. 


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LGS   ANGELES— Continued 

HUNTINGTON  PARK  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6020  Miles  Ave., 
Huntington  Park.  (Los  Angeles  city 
schools). 

HYLAND  LABORATORIES  LI- 
BRARY. 4501  Colorado  Blvd.,  L.  A. 
39.  Tel:  CH  5-84-11.  Mrs.  Winifred 
Baker,  Libn. 

Staff  :  .5  day  libn. 

Purpose :  For  research  and  production 
purposes  (biologies) 

Total  vols  :  900  ;  Pams  :  500 

New  titles  :  50  ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  52 

Special  collections :  Immunology,  blood 
and  blood  fractious 

Expenditures :  $1,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  central- 
lized  procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions 

IMMACULATE  HEART  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  2021  N.  Western  Ave.  Sis- 
ter M.   Regis,   Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
tahle. 

IMMACULATE  HEART  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5515  Franklin 
Ave.,  L.A.  28.  Sister  Mary  Angela, 
Libn. 

JACOB  A.  RllS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 139  W.  69th  St.,  L.A.  3. 

JAMES  A.  FOSHAY  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3751  S.  Harvard 
Blvd.,  L.A.  IS.  Elizabeth  E.  Vaughn, 
Libn. 

JAMES  A.  GARFIELD  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5101  E.  6th. 
Catherine   H.  Jones,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,316.02  ;  Circ  :  16.225 

Total  vols  :  9,278  ;  New  :  827 

Subs  :  Mags  :  99  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  98  ;  Stud  :  2,086  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

JEWISH  COMMUNITY  LIBRARY. 
590  N.  Vermont  Ave.,  L.A.  4.  Tel: 
NO  2-8161. 

JOHN    ADAMS   JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.   151    W.  30th  St.   Nancy  J. 

Nix,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,666.02 

Total  vols  :  8,616  ;  New  :  477 

Subs  :  Mags  :  96  ;  Newsp  :  1      » 

Fac :  74 ;  Students  :  1,533  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JOHN  BURROUGHS  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  600  S.  McCad- 
den  PI.,  L.A.  5. 

JOHN  MARSHALL  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3939  Tracy.  Mrs.  Rose- 
mary E.  Fitzpatrick.  Libn. 


Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,969.86  ;  Circ  :  17,372 

Total  vols  :  10,654  ;  New  :  572 

Subs  :  Mags  :  123  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  83  ;  Stud  :  1,780  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

JOHN  MUIR  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5929  S.  Vermont  Ave.,  L.A. 
44.  Evelyn  B.  Hedrick,  Libn. 

KAISER  FOUNDATION   HOSPITAL, 

MEDICAL     LIBRARY.     4867     Sunset 

Blvd.,     L.A.    27.     Edwin     N.     Hughes, 

Libn.  Tel:   NO  3-8411. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  To  furnish  professional  books 
and  journals  for  members  of  the 
Southern  California  Permanente  Med- 
ical Group 

Total  vols  :  1,500 

New  Titles :  75 

Subs  :  Mags  :  126 

Special  collections :  Medicine 

Expenditures  :  $4,244 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

LOEB   AND    LOEB    LAW    LIBRARY. 

710  Pacific  Mutual  Bldg.,  L.A.  14. 

LOS  ANGELES  BAPTIST  COLLEGE 
AND  SEMINARY  LIBRARY.  560  S. 
St.  Louis  St.,  L.A.  33.  Ethel  G.  Reeve, 
Libn. 

LOS  ANGELES  CHAMBER  OF 
COMMERCE,  RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 404  S.  Bixel,  L.A.  54.  William 
K.  OpDyke,  Libn.  Tel:  HU  2-4010, 
ext.  253. 
Staff :  4 

Purpose :  To  supply  statistical  informa- 
tion   to    the    other    chamber    depart- 
ments   and   to    its   members,   and   the 
public. 
New  Titles  :  150  ;  VF  drawers  :  35 
Subs  :  Mags  :  9  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

LOS  ANGELES  CITY  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY.  855    N.   Vermont   Ave.   T.    F. 
Smith,  Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Libraries  taile. 

LOS  ANGELES  CITY  SCHOOLS,  Li- 
brary Section,  1205  W.  Pico  Blvd., 
L.A.   15.   Elizabeth   O.  Williams,   Libn. 

LOS  ANGELES  CITY  SCHOOLS, 
PROFESSIONAL  LIBRARY.  450  N. 
Grand,  L.A.  12. 

LOS    ANGELES    COLLEGE    OF   OP- 
TOMETRY LIBRARY.  950  W.  Jeffer- 
son   Blvd.  Mrs.   Grace  Weiner,   Libn. 
See   state    and    other  four-year   colleges 
taile. 


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LOS  ANGELES  CONSERVATORY 
OF  MUSIC  AND  ARTS  LIBRARY. 
8901  Sunset  Blvd.  Ai^dele  Schaub, 
Libn, 

>§ee   state   and   other  jour-year   colleges 
table. 

LOS  ANGELES  CO.  AIR  POLLU- 
TION CONTROL  DISTRICT,  TECH- 
NICAL LIBRARY.  434  S.  San  Pedro, 
L.A.  13. 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  ART  IN- 
STITUTE LIBRARY.  2401  Wiishire 
Blvd.,  L.A.  57.  Mrs.  Joan   Hugo,  Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
talle. 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  CIVIL 
SERVICE  COMMISSION  LIBRARY. 
222  N.  Grand  Ave.,  L.A.  12.  Doris  L, 
Neale,  Libn.  Tel:  MA  5-3611,  ext. 
64312. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :    to    serve    the    administrative 
and  technical  staff  of  the  Civil  Serv- 
ice Dept.  in  connection  with  the  tech- 
nical phases   of   their  work.   Services 
are  also  to  be  made  available  to  staff 
members  of  other  county  departments 
where  applicable. 
Total  vols  :  1,300  ;  Pams  :  3,500 
New  Titles  :  200  ;  VF  drawers  :  30 
Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Special  collections :  Administrative  and 
personnel    management,    civil    sei'vice, 
public  administration 
Expenditures  :  .$535  ;  Circ  :  7,135 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services  :   literature   searching  ;    bibliog- 
raphies ;  film  library  ;  centralized  pro- 
curement of  publications  and  subscrip- 
I      tions. 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  GENERAL 
HOSPITAL  MEDICAL  LIBRARY. 
1200  N.  State  St.,  L.A.  33.  Mrs.  Ella 
J.  Crandali,  Libn.  Tel:  CA  5-3131; 
ext.  1249. 

Staff  :  3  libns  ;  5  others 
Total  vols  :  20,000  ;  Pams  :  250 
I  VF  drawers  :  4 
■  I  Subs :  Mags  :  308  ;  Newsp  :  1 
)  Special    collections :    Our    main    subject 

fields  are  medicine  and  nursing 
Expenditures :  $10,000 
Available  to :    Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan  :   all  medical  libraries 

on  request 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  HEALTH 
IDEPT.,  JOHN  L.  POMEROY  ME- 
iMORIAL   LIBRARY.  241    N.   Fiqueroa 

St.,     L.A.    27.    Tel:     MA     5-3611,    ext. 

64029.  Agnes   Imbria,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 


Purpose :  To  circulate  material  on  pub- 
lic health  subjects 

Total  vols  :  5,929  ;  Pams  :  5,000 

New  Titles  :  100 ;  VF  drawers  :  9 

Subs  :  Mags  :  175 

Expenditures  :  ,$1,.548.83  ;  Circ :  20,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. 301  W.  First  St.,  L.A.  12. 
Forrest  S.  Drummond,  Libn. 

Staff  :  57  ;  Income  :  $593,276 
Circ :  38,108 

Total  vols  :  363,862  ;  New  :  13,075 
Subs  :  Mags  :  4,045 
Open  to  public 

Branches :  Glendale,  Long  Beach,  Pasa- 
dena, Pomona  and  Santa  Monica 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  MEDICAL 
ASSOCIATION  LIBRARY.  634  So. 
Westlake  Ave.,  L.A.  57.  Tel:  HU  3- 
4555.  John    M.  Connor,   Libn. 

Staff  :  6  libns  ;  7  others 

Purpose :  to  provide  an  effective  medi- 
cal library  service  to  the  membership 
and  the  rest  of  the  medical  commu- 
nity of  Southern  California 

Total  vols  :  84,160 

New  Titles  :  2,352  ;  VF  drawers  :  17 

Subs :  Mags  :  822 

Special  collections :  Osleriana,  Medical 
Californiana,  History  of  Medicine, 
Medical  and  Surgical  Instrument  Mu- 
seum 

Expenditures  :  $19,750 ;  Circ  :  29,-500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  MUSEUM 
LIBRARY.  Exposition  Park,  L.A.  7. 
Tel:  Rl  8-2194.  Mrs.  Dorothy  E.  Mar- 
tin, Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  Reference  and  research  for 
staff  and  public 

Total  vols  :  50,000  ;  Pams  :  50,000 

New  titles  :  475  ;  VF  drawers  :  6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  1,000 

Special  collections :  Southwest  history, 
biological  sciences,  paleontology,  an- 
thropology, art  history 

Expenditures  :  $7,600 ;  Circ  :  1,800 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Photocopying ;  centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions 


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LOS   ANGELES— Continued 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  PUBLIC 
LIBRARY.  322  S.  Broadway,  L.A.  53. 
John     D.     Henderson,     Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except :  Alham- 
bra,  Arcadia,  Azusa,  Beverly  Hills, 
Burbank,  Covina,  Dairy  Valley, 
Downey,  El  Segundo,  Glendale,  Glen- 
dora.  Industry,  Irwindale,  Long 
Beach,  Los  Angeles,  Monrovia,  Mon- 
terey Park,  Pasadena,  Pomona,  Re- 
dondo  Beach,  San  Marino,  Santa  Fe 
Springs,  Santa  Monica,  Sierra  Madre, 
Signal  Hill,  South  Pasadena,  Vernon, 
Whittier,  and  Altadena  and  Palos 
Verdes  Library  Districts.  Rolling 
Hills  and  Rolling  Hills  Estates  in- 
cluded in  Palos  Verdes  Library  Dis- 
trict 

Affiliated  -with  :  Torrance  Public  Library 

Outlets :  221 

Branches  and  Stations  :  Region  I :  Lan- 
caster,* Littlerock,  NewhaU,  Quartz 
Hill,  Palmdale,  Roosevelt,  San  Fer- 
nando * ;  Region  II :  Culver  City,* 
El  Marino,  Imperial,  Hawthorne,* 
Inglewood,*  Lennox,*  Morningside 
Park,  San  Vicente,  Sepulveda,  View 
Park,  Wiseburn,  Woodcrest ;  Region 
III :  Carson,*  Dominguez,  Gardena, 
Hermosa  Beach,  Lawndale,  Lomita, 
Manhattan  Beach,*  Manhattan 
Heights,  West  Gardena,*  Victoria 
Park,  Villa  Carson ;  Region  IV : 
Bell,*  Compton,*  East  Compton,  En- 
terprise, Florence,  Graham,  Holly- 
dale,  Huntington  Park,*  Lynwood,* 
Maywood,  South  Gate,*  Willowbrook ; 
Region  V :  Artesia,  Avalon,  Bell- 
flower,  Bloomfield,  Friendly  Hills,* 
Lakewood,*  La  Mirada,  Norwalk,* 
Paramount,  South  Whittier ;  Region 
VI:  Bandini,  Bella  Vista,  Bell  Gar- 
dens, Belvedere,  City  Terrace,  East 
Los  Angeles,  Los  Nietos,  Maravilla, 
Montebello,  Pico,  Rivera,  Sorensen, 
Stephenson ;  Region  VII :  El  Monte, 
Garvey,  La  Canada,*  Live  Oak, 
Mountain  View,  Norwood,  Rosemead, 
San  Gabriel,*  South  San  Gabriel, 
Sunnyslope,  Temple  City*  ;  Region 
VIII:  Baldwin  Park,*  Charter  Oak, 
Claremont,*  Duarte,*  Hacienda,  La 
Puente,*  La  Verne,  San  Dimas,  Sun- 
kist,*  Walnut,  West  Covina.  Institu- 
tions :  Camp  Acton,  County  Jail, 
Sybil  Brand,  John  Wesley  Hospital, 
Juvenile  Hall,  Long  Beach  General 
Hospital,  Los  Padrinos,  Mira  Loma, 
Olive  View,  Rancho  Los  Amigos, 
Warm  Springs,  Wayside  Honor 
Rancho,  Wayside  Maximum  Security, 
Harbor  General  Hospital 

Bookmobile  stops :  69  community,  36 
school  and  10  institution 

LOS  ANGELES  CO.  SUPT.  OF 
SCHOOLS,  OFFICE  OF  CURRICU- 
LUM LIBRARY.  808  N.  Spring  St., 
L.A.  Mrs.  Dorothy  C.  Riddell,  Libn. 

*  Branch  status. 


See  centralised  school  library  service 
table. 

LOS  ANGELES  CO.  SUPT.  OF 
SCHOOLS,  SCHOOL  LIBRARY 
SERVICE.  739  N.  Spring  St.,  L.A.  12. 
IVIrs.   Nina  E.  Britt,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  library  service 
table. 

LOS  ANGELES  EXAMINER  LI- 
BRARY. 1111  S.  Broadway,  L.A.  54. 
Jack  M.  Thompson,  Libn. 

Staff :  11 

Purpose :  Service  to  reporters,  editors 
and  editorial  writers  with  clippings, 
photographs,  pamphlets,  negatives, 
metal  cuts,  and  background  reference 

Total  vols  :  750 ;  Pams :  1,000 

VF  drawers :  1,559 

Special  collections :  1,559  drawers  of 
millions  of  newspaper  clippings, 
photos,  negatives,  metal  cuts 

Expenditures  :  $500  ;  Cire  :  21,900 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  Only  by  order  of 
Editor-in-Chief 

Services :  film  library 

LOS  ANGELES  METROPOLITAN 
COLLEGE  OF  BUSINESS  LIBRARY. 
1601  S.  Olive.  Mrs.  Carmela  Corey, 
Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

LOS  ANGELES  PACIFIC  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  625  Coleman  Ave.,  L.A.  42. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

LOS  ANGELES  PIERCE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  6201  Winnetka  Ave., 
Woodland  Hills.  Mrs.  Helene  S.  Sloat, 
Libn. 

See  California  junior  college  libraries 
table. 

Los  Angeles  Police  Department  Library. 
See  Police  Dept.  Library.  A  Division 
of  the  Municipal  Reference  Library. 

LOS  ANGELES  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
630  W.  Fifth  St.,  L.A.  17.  Harold  L. 
Hamill,    Libn. 

Contracts  with :  Alhambra,  Burbank, 
Glendale,  Long  Beach  and  South 
Pasadena. 

Branches:  49  j': 

Stations :  4 

Bookmobile  stops  :  47  (4  community,  43 

school) 

LOS  ANGELES  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4600  W.  Olympic  Blvd., 
L.A.   19. 

LOS    ANGELES    STATE    COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.     5151     State     College     Dr. 
Wm.  R.  Eshelman,  Libn. 
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table. 


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LOS  ANGELES  TIMES  LIBRARY. 
202  W.  First  St.,  L.A.  53.  Romeo  Car- 
raro,  Libn. 

Staff :  10 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services :  Literature  searching,  photo- 
stat copying 

LOS    ANGELES     TRADE-TECHNI- 
CAL   COLLEGE    LIBRARY,    400    W. 
Washington      Blvd.      Dr.      Helen      K. 
Earnshaw,  Libn. 
Branches :    Wiggins    Branch,    Aircraft 

Branch 
See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

LOUIS  PASTEUR  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5931  West  18th 
St.   H.   M.   Kunkle,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  I  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,493.80  ;  Cire  :  19,146 

Total  vols  :  6,446  ;  New  :  715 

Subs  :  Mags  :  83  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  88  ;  Stud  :  2,132  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LOYOLA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1901  Venice  Blvd.  Philip  Conneally, 
S.J.,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund :  $1,100 
Total  vols  :  9,225  ;  New  :  441 
Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Stud:  930;  Extended  day:  50;  Grades 
9-12 

LOYOLA  UNIVERSITY  OF  LOS 
ANGELES  LIBRARY.  7101  W.  80th 
St.  Theodore  J.  Marshall,  Libn.  De- 
partmental Libraries:  School  of  Law 
Library. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 


LAW     SCHOOL     LIBRARY. 

1137  S.  Grand  Ave.  Myron  Fink,  Libn. 

Staff :  2 

Total  vols :  33,500 ;  New :  2,000 

Subs :  Mags  :  118 

Not  open  to  public. 

LUTHER  BURBANK  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6460  N.  Fig- 
ueroa.  Toshiko  Merita,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,035.57  ;  Circ  :  11,217 

Total  vols  :  7,153  ;  New  :  647 

Subs  :  Mags  :  104  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,458  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

MANUAL  ARTS  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4131  S.  Vermont  Ave., 
L.A.  37. 

MARKHAM  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1650  E.  104th  St.,  L.A.  2. 
Richard  Leonard,  Libn. 

MARK  TWAIN   JR.   HIGH   SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  2224  Walgrove   Ave.    Mrs. 

Helen    Lagerquist,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  4  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,500 ;  Circ  :  34,000 


Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp :  2 
Fac  :  80  ;  Stud  :  2,000 ;  Grades  7-9 

MARLBOROUGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5029  W.  3rd  St.,  L.A.  5.  Mrs. 
Dorothy  B.  Rhodes,  Libn. 

MASONIC  LIBRARY  OF  SOUTH- 
ERN CALIFORNIA,  LTD.  Masonic 
Temple  at  Pico  and  Figueroa  St. 

METROPOLITAN  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1822  E.  Seventh  St.,  L.A. 
21. 

MOTION  PICTURE  RESEARCH 
COUNCIL,  INC.  LIBRARY.  6660 
Santa  Monica  Blvd.,  Hollywood  38. 

MOUNT  CARMEL  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  7011  S.  Hoover  St.,  L.A. 
44. 

MOUNT  ST.  MARY'S  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 12001  Chalon  Rd.  Sister 
Catherine  Anita,  C.S.J.,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

MOUNT     VERNON      JR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  4066  W.  17th  St. 

George  E.  Proust,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,250  ;  Circ :  16,222 

Total  vols  :  9,867  ;  New  :  695 

Subs  :  Mags  :  116  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  78  ;  Stud  :  1,954  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

MUNICIPAL  REFERENCE  LI- 
BRARY.  Rm.  803,  City   Hall,   L.A.  12. 

Tel:     MA    4-5211,    Ext.   3791.    Ruth    E. 

Palmer,   Libn. 

Staff  :  3  libns  ;  6  clerical 

Purpose :  Specialized  library  service  to 
government  officials  and  employees 

Total  vols  :  33,235  ;  Pams  :  39,898 

New  titles  :  900  ;  VF  drawers  :  42 

Subs  :  Mags  :  500  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Special  collections :  Municipal  adminis- 
tration and  planning,  personnel,  fire, 
engineering,  recreation,  civil  service, 
municipal  documents 

Circ :  25,178 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies 

Note :  A  department  of  the  Los  Angeles 
Public  Library  with  branches  in  the 
Dept.  of  Water  and  Power,  the  Health 
Dept.  and  the  Police  Dept. 

NATHANIEL  MARBONNE  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  25425  Walnut  St., 
Lomita.  (Los  Angeles  City  Schools) 

THE  NEUROPSYCHIATRIC  INSTI- 
TUTE OF  THE  STATE  DEPART- 
MENT OF  MENTAL  HYGIENE  LI- 
BRARY. UCLA  Medical  Center,  70O 
Westwood  Blvd.,  L.A.  24.  Tel:  GR 
8-9711,  Ext.  244.  Sherry  Terzian,  Libn. 


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LOS  ANGELES-Continued 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  1  part-time 

Purpose:  The  Professional  Staff  Li- 
brary is  essentially  a  functional  work- 
ing library  consisting  of  basic  texts, 
monographs  and  journals,  and  selec- 
tions from  current  publications  of  spe- 
cific use  to  the  work  of  the  NPI  staff 

Total  vols  :  300  ;  Pams  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150 

Special  collections :  The  Behavioral 
Sciences 

Expenditures :  $5,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies 

OCCIDENTAL  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
1600  Campus  Rd.  Tyrus  G.  Harmsen, 
Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

O'MELVENY  &  MYERS  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. 433  S.  Spring  St.,  L.A.  13. 
Stanley  K.  Pearce,  Libn. 

ORVILLE  WRIGHT  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6560  W.  80th  St. 
Allie  S.  Moore,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,263.68 

Total  vols  :  7,075  ;  New  :  786 

Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  64  ;  Stud  :  1,574 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

OTIS  ART  INSTITUTE  OF  LOS  AN- 
GELES COUNTY  LIBRARY.  (For- 
merly Los  Angeles  County  Art  Insti- 
tute). 2401  Wilshire  Blvd.  Joan  Hugo, 
Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
taile. 

PACIFIC  AERONAUTICAL  LI- 
BRARY, INSTITUTE  OF  AERO- 
NAUTICAL SCIENCE.  7660  Beverly 
Blvd.,  L.A.  36. 

PACIFIC  TELEPHONE  AND  TELE- 
GRAPH CO.  LIBRARY.  Rm.  201,  747 
S.  Hii!  St.,  L.A.  55.  Tel:  MA  1-2489. 
Gladys  L.  Walker,  Libn. 

PAGE  MILITARY  ACADEMY  LI- 
BRARY. 565  N.  Larchmont,  L.A. 

PALMS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10860  Woodbine  St.,  L.A.  34. 
Mrs.  Margaret  C.  Doran,  Libn. 

PARAMOUNT  PICTURES  CORP., 
RESEARCH  LIBRARY.  5451  Mara- 
thon St.,  L.A.  38.  Tel:  Hollywood 
9-2411.  Mrs.  Dorothy  R.  Robinson, 
Libn. 

PEARY     JR.     HIGH      SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.    1415     Gardena     Blvd.,     Gar- 
dena.     (Los     Angeles     City     Schools). 
Ethel  Swenson,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 


Book  fund :  $2,200 

Total  vols :  8,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  125  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  100  ;  Stud  :  2,500  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

PHILOSOPHICAL  RESEARCH  SO- 
CIETY, INC.  LIBRARY.  3341  Griffith 
Park  Blvd.,  L.A.  27. 

PHINEAS  BANNING  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1500  N.  Avalon  Blvd.,  Wil- 
mington   (Los  Angeles  City   Schools). 

POLICE    DEPT.    LIBRARY.   A    Divi- 
sion   of  the    Municipal    Reference    Li- 
brary. Rm.  503- B,  150  N.  Los  Angeles 
St.,  L.A.  12.  Tel:   MA  4-5211,  Ext.  3288. 
Constance  Martois,  Libn. 
Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  clerical 
Purpose :  To  provide  specialized  library 
sei'vice  to  law  enforcement  personnel 
and  other  government  officials  and  em- 
ployees 
Total  vols  :  4,552  ;  Pams  :  8,818 
New  titles  :  848  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 
Subs  :  Mags  :  144 ;  Newsp  :  2 
Special    collections :    Police   administra- 
tion, criminology,  and  related  subjects 
Circ :  13,908 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services :    Literature    searching ;    bibli- 
ographies 
Note  :  A  branch  of  the  Los  Angeles  Pub- 
lic Library 

PRUDENTIAL  INSURANCE  CO.  OF 
AMERICA,  BUSINESS,  RECREA- 
TION AND  FIELD  MANAGEMENT 
LIBRARIES.  Western  Home  Office, 
Prudential  Square,  5757  Wilshire 
Blvd.,  L.A.  36. 

PUBLIC   HEALTH    LIBRARY.  A  Di- 
vision of  the  Municipal  Reference  Li- 
brary.  Rm.  701,  111    E.  First,   L.A.  12. 
Tel:    MA  4-5211,   Ext.  2136.  Josephine 
Herrmann,  Libn. 
Staff :  2  libns ;  2  clerical 
Purpose :  Primary  purpose  to  serve  the 
staff  of  the  Los  Angeles  City  Health 
Dept.    Also    serve    other    government 
employees,    and   general   public   on   a 
limited  basis. 
Total  vols  :  10,099  ;  Pams  :  10,625 
New  titles  :  600  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 
Subs  :  Mags  :  448  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Special    collections :    Public    health    ad- 
ministration,   communicable    diseases, 
maternal     and     child     health,     public 
health   nursing   health   education   nu- 
trition,  laboratory   methods,   environ- 
mental   sanitation,    and    occupational 
health. 
Expenditures  :  $4,375  ;  Circ  :  20,981 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary   loan :    All   libraries   on   re- 
quest 
Services :    Literature    searching ;    bibli- 
ographies 
Note  :  A  branch  of  the  Los  Angeles  Pub- 
lie  Library 


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QUEEN  OF  ANGELS  HOSPITAL, 
SCHOOL  OF  NURSING  LIBRARY. 
926  N.  Coronado  Ter.,  L.A.  26.  Sister 
Mary  Concordia,  Libn. 

R.  L.  POLK  &  CO.  OF  CALIFORNIA 
LIBRARY.  120  E.  Eighth  St.,  L.A.  14. 

RALPH  WALDO  EMERSON  JR. 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1650  Seiby 
Ave.  Margaret  \A/.  Crawford,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  9,500  ;  New  :  905 

Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,500  ;  Grades  7-9 

RAMONA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
231  S.  Alma  Ave.  Mary  Lou  Terry, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $125.07  ;  Circ  :  70 
Total  vols  :  692  ;  New  :  36 
Subs  :  Mags  :  26  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  9  ;  Stud  :  94  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

REVERE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1450  Allenford  Ave.  E.  Clif- 
ford Maxell,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  I,  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,481 ;  Circ  :  120  a  day 

Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  512 

Subs  :  Mags  :  61 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  80  ;  Stud  :  2,020  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

RICHFIELD      OIL     CORPORATION. 

ECONOMIC    RESEARCH    LIBRARY. 

555  S.    Flower   St.,    L.A.   17.   Tel:    MA 

9-4111,     Ext.     2688.     Catherine     Anne 

Pearce,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose  :  To  service  company  personnel, 
other  libraries  and  the  public  by  re- 
ferral 

Total  vols  :  1,000  ;  Pams  :  700 

New  titles :  600 ;  VF  drawers  :  16 

Subs  :  Mags  :  500  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections :  Economics  of  the 
petroleum  industry  and  the  West 
Coast 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching ;  photo- 
stat copying 

RICHFIELD  OIL  CORPORATION, 
LAW    LIBRARY.    555    S.    Flower   St., 

;  L.A.    17.   Tel:    MA   9-4111,    Ext.   2414. 

I  George  Smith,  Libn. 

Staff :  3 

Total  vols  :  6,500 
New  titles :  30 
i  Subs  :  Mags  :  8  ;  Newsp  :  4 
!  Available  to  :  Co.  staff 
\  Interlibrary  loan  :  Restricted 
Services:    Bibliographies;    photostat 
copying ;     briefing     and     abstracting ; 
film  library  ;  recordings  (tape  or  disc) 

RICHLAND  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARIES. 11330  W.  Graham  Place, 
L.A.  64. 


ROBERT  LOUIS  STEVENSON  JR. 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  725  S. 
Indiana  St.,  L.A.  23. 

SACRED  HEART  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2111  Griffin  Ave.  Sister  M. 
Jerome,  O.P.,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  10,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  23  ;  Stud  :  520  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAINT  MARY'S  ACADEMY  LI- 
BRARY. 3300  W.  Slauson  Ave.  Sister 
Mary  Conrad,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns 

Book  fund  :  $856.50  ;  Circ  :  16,802 

Total  vols  :  6,768 ;  New  :  562 

Subs  :  Mags  :  71 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  39  ;  Stud  :  824  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ST.  VINCENT'S  COLLEGE  OF 
NURSING  LIBRARY.  262  S.  Lake  St. 
George  Stembera,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols  :  5,677  ;  New  :  832 
Subs  :  Mags  :  61 

Fac:  20;  Stud:  139;  Grades:  .3-year 
coUege 

SAMUEL  GOMPERS  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  234  E.  112th  St., 
L.A.  3.  Mildred  Beadle,  Libn. 

SECURITY  FIRST  NATIONAL 
BANK,  RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 124  W.  Fourth  St.,  Rm.  680. 
Hilda  Butler,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  others 

Total  vols  :  1,152  ;  Pams  :  1,850 

VF  drawers :  27 

Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  28 

Special  collections :  Banking  and  finance  ; 
general  business  ;  agriculture  ;  build- 
ing and  real  estate 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

SOUTH  GATE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  8926  San  Vicente  Blvd., 
South  Gate.  (Los  Angeles  City 
Schools). 

SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA  EDISON 
CO.  LIBRARY.  301  Edison  Bidg.,  601 
W.  Fifth  St.,  P.O.  Box  351,  L.A.  53. 

SOUTHWEST  MUSEUM  LIBRARY, 
Highland  Park.  Ella  L.  Robinson, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Purpose :  For  research  in  anthropology 
(Western  Hemisphere),  and  in  West- 
ern Americana,  with  emphasis  on  the 
Southwest 

Total  vols :  75,000 

VF  drawers :  48 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 


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LOS   ANGELES— Continued 

SOUTHWESTERN  UNIVERSITY 
LAW  LIBRARY.  1121  S.  Hill  St.,  L.A. 
15. 

SUN  VALLEY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  7330  Bakman  Ave.,  Sun 
Valley.  (Los  Angeles  City  Schools). 

SUSAN  MILLER  DORSEY  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3537  Farmdale 
Ave.,  L.A.  16. 

THEODORE  ROOSEVELT  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  450  S.  Fickett 
St.  Dorothy  Johnson,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Totals  vols  :  12,560  ;  New  :  830 

Subs  :  Mags  :  113  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  104  ;  Stud  :  2,310  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

THOMAS  A.  EDISON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6500  S.  Hooper 
Ave.,   L.A.  1.   Robert  W.   Kwan,   Libn. 

THOMAS  JEFFERSON  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1319  E.  41st  St., 
L.A.  11. 

THOMAS  STARR  KING  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1400  Myra  Ave., 
L.A.  27. 

TWENTIETH  CENTURY-FOX  FILM 
CO.,  RESEARCH  LIBRARY.  10201  W. 
Pico,  L.A.  35.  Frances  C.  Richardson, 
Libn.  Tel:   BR  2-6111. 

Staff  :  5  libns  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  Research  for  motion  picture 
production 

Total  vols  :  30,000  ;  Pams  :  300 

New  titles  :  300  ;  VF  drawers  :  270 

Subs  :  Mags  :  125  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Expenditures :  $3,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

U.S.  AIR  FORCE  TECHNICAL  LI- 
BRARY, 1352d  MOTION  PICTURE 
SQUADRON,  LOOKOUT  MOUNTAIN 
AIR  FORCE  STATION.  8935  Wonder- 
land Ave.,  L.A.  46.  Lois  H.  Alber, 
Libn. 

U.S.  ATTORNEY'S   LAW   LIBRARY. 
616   Federal    BIdg.,  312   N.  Spring   St., 
L.A.  12.  Muriel  L.  Merrell,  Libn. 
Staff :  1 
Not  open  to  public 

U.S.  GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY 
WATER  RESOURCES  BRANCH  LI- 
BRARY. 1031  Bartlett  BIdg.,  215  W. 
Seventh  St.,  L.A.  14. 

UNIVERSITY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 11800  Texas  Ave.,  L.A.  25. 


UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA, 
LOS  ANGELES.  LIBRARY.  405  Hil- 
gard,  L.A.  24.  Robert  Vosper,  Libn. 

Serves  :  Public  for  reference 

Special  collections :  The  Sadleir  collec- 
tion of  nineteenth  century  English  fic- 
tion, the  Children's  Book  Collection, 
Spinoza,  Californiana,  Western  Amer- 
icana, Southern  California  imprints, 
and  manuscripts  of  California  authors 

Branch  Libraries :  Art,  Mrs.  Jean 
Moore,  Libn;  Mary  De  Wolf,  Visual 
Aids  Libn ;  Biomedical,  Louise  Dar- 
ling, Libn ;  Business  Administration, 
Charlotte  Georgi,  Libn ;  Chemistry, 
Mrs.  Eva  A.  Dolbee,  Libn ;  Education, 
Mrs.  Gladys  A.  Graham,  Libn ;  Engi- 
neering and  Mathematical  Sciences, 
Mrs.  Johanna  Tallman,  Libn ;  English 
Reading  Room,  Mrs.  Grace  Hunt, 
Libn ;  Geology,  Janet  Earnshaw, 
Libn ;  Institute  of  Industrial  Rela- 
tions, Edwin  Kaye,  Libn  ;  Map,  Carlos 
Hagen,  Libn ;  Music,  Gordon  Stone, 
Libn ;  Oriental,  Mrs.  Man-Hing  Yue 
Mok,  Libn ;  Physics,  Donald  Black, 
Libn ;  Theater  Arts,  Mrs.  Shirley 
Hood,  Libn ;  University  Elementary 
School,  Mrs.  Donnarae  MacCann, 
Libn. 

See  universities  table. 


ATOMIC  ENERGY  PROJECT 

LIBRARY.  10874  Le  Conte  Ave.,   L.A. 

24. 


BUREAU     OF     GOVERN 


MENTAL  RESEARCH  LIBRARY. 
405  Hilgard  Ave.,  L.A.  24.  Tel:  BR 
2-6161.  Dorothy  V.  Wells,  Libn. 

Staff  :  21  libns  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  Provides  information  on  local 
government,  public  administration, 
public  ownership  of  water  and  power, 
planning,  social  and  economic  condi- 
tions 

Pams :  105,000 

New  titles  :  5,300  ;  VF  drawers  :  102 

Subs  :  Mags  :  237 

Special  collections :  John  Randolph 
Haynes  and  Dora  Haynes  Foundation 
Collection  on  direct  legislation,  pro- 
gressive and  reform  measures,  politics 
and  government  of  Los  Angeles 

Expenditures :  $500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral  (reference  use 
only) 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  photostat  copying 

ELMER      BELT      LIBRARY. 

1893     Wilshire     Blvd.,     L.A.    57.     Mrs. 

Kate  T.  Steinitz,  Libn. 

Special  collections :  Rare  books  and  in- 
cunabula of  the  History  of  Medicine ; 
current  medical  books ;  biography  of 
physicians.  Special  collections  with 
biographical  material :  Sir  Richard 
Burton,  Sir  William  and  Sir  Winston 


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Churchill ;  D.  H.  Lawrence ;  Whales 
and  Whaling ;  John  W.  Draper,  and 
others  such  as  current  world  affairs, 
modern  novels. 

ELMER    BELT   LIBRARY   OF 


VINCIANA.  Dickson  Art  Center.  Mrs. 
Kate  T.  Steinitz,  Curator. 

Purpose :  Research  institute  and  library 
on  Leonardo  da  Vinci  and  the  Renais- 
sance 

Total  vols  :  1,-300  ;  Pams  :  2,000 

New  titles :  300 

Special  collections :  Leonardo  da  Vinci 
and  the  Renaissance 

Available  to  :  Reference  use  only 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies 

SCHOOL  OF  LAW  LIBRARY. 


405  Hilgard  Ave.,  L.A.  24.  Louis  Pia- 
cenza,  Libn. 

Staff :  12,  5  part-time 

Circ:  89,973 

Total  vols  :  129,505  ;  New  :  7,470 

Subs  :  Mags  :  2,233 

Open  to  public 

WILLIAM  ANDREWS  CLARK 

MEMORIAL  LIBRARY.  22C5  W. 
Adams  Blvd.,  L.A.  18.  Dr.  Lawrence 
C.  Powell,  Dir. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  2i  others 

Purpose :  Graduate  students,  professors 
and  visiting  scholars  upon  application 

Total  vols :  61,496  +  5,893  mss 

Pams :  703 

New  titles :  1,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  10 

Subs  :  Mags  :  53 

Special  collections :  English  civilization, 
1640-1750,  particularly  the  Age  of 
Dryden ;  Oscar  Wilde ;  Montana  his- 
tory 

Available  to :  Other  libraries  and  public 
by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  None 

UNIVERSITY  OF  JUDAISM,  TAN- 
NEBAUM  MEMORIAL  LIBRARY. 
612  S.  Ardmore  St.,  L.A.  5. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  SOUTHERN  CAL- 
IFORNIA LIBRARY.  University  Park. 
Lewis  F.  Stieg,  Libn. 

Departmental  Libraries :  Architecture 
and  Fine  Arts,  Dentistry,  Education, 
Engineering,  Feuchtwanger  Memorial, 
Hancock  Foundation,  Hoose  Library 
of  Philosophy,  Law,  Medicine,  Music, 
Science,  Von  KleinSmid  Library  of 
World  Affairs 

iS'ee  universities  tahle. 

— HANCOCK  LIBRARY  OF  BI- 
OLOGY AND  OCEANOGRAPHY. 
Allan   Hancock  Fdn.,  L.A.  7. 

SCHOOL     OF     DENTISTRY, 

GEORGE  H.  GUSHING  LIBRARY. 
University  Park,  L.A.  7.  Mrs.  Giennie 
V.  Ward,  Libn. 


SCHOOL  OF  LAW  LIBRARY. 

University  Park,  L.A.  7.  Riley  P.  Bur- 
ton, Libn. 

Staff :  5* 

Total  vols  :  92,500  ;  New  :  2,100 

Subs  :  Mags :  400 

Open  to  public 


SCHOOL   OF   MEDICINE   LI- 
BRARY. 2025  Zonal  Ave.,  L.A.  5.  Mrs. 
Vilma  Proctor,  Libn.  Tel:   CA  5-4531. 
Staff :  4  libns  ;  2  others 
Total  vols  :  41,000  ;  Pams  :  2,000 
New  Titles  :  2,500  ;  VF  drawers  :  10 
Subs :  Mags  :  800  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Available  to  :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and   public  by   referral 
Interlibrary   loan :    all   libraries    on    re- 
quest 
Services :  Photostat  copying 

VENICE   HIGH   SCHOOL   LIBRARY. 

13000  Venice  Blvd.  Evelyn  H.  Lincoln, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

VERDUGO  HILLS  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  10S25  Plainview  Ave.,  Tu- 
junga  (Los  Angeles  city  schools). 
Maryline   H.  Conrey,   Libn. 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
CENTER  PATIENTS  AND  MEDI- 
CAL LIBRARIES.  Wilshire  and  Saw- 
telle,  L.A.  25.  Dorothy  E.  Nieman, 
Libn, 

VIRGIL  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 152  N.  Vermont  Ave.,  L.A.  4. 
Velma   Diazlnfante,   Libn. 

WASHINGTON  IRVING  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3010  Estara 
Ave.,  L.A.  65. 

WATER    AND     POWER     DIVISION 
LIBRARY,  A  Division  of  the  Munici- 
pal Reference  Library.  316  W.  Second 
St.,    Box   3669   Terminal    Annex,    L.A. 
54.  Tel:  MA  4-4211,  ext.  3141. 
Staff  :  3  libns  ;  4.5  others 
Purpose :   Specialized  library  service  to 
the  officials  and  employees  of  the  Los 
Angeles   City  owned  Dept.  of  Water 
and  Power 
Total  vols  :  14,961 ;  Pams  :  11,324 
New  Titles  :  979  ;  VF  drawers  :  34 
Subs  :  Mags  :  390  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Special   collections :   Water   supply   and 
distribution ;     electric    energy ;     river 
development ;  atomic  energy  for  elec- 
tric power ;  technical  periodicals 
Circ :  115,349 
Available   to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;    centralized    procurement    of 
publications  and  subscriptions 
Note :  A  branch  of  the  Los  Angeles  Pub- 
lic Library 


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LOS   ANGELES— Continued 

WATER  AND  POWER  DEPT.  LAW 
LIBRARY.  Room  770  Hill  Street 
BIdg.  Louise  M.  Corwin,  Libn. 

Staff :  4 

Circ :  14 

Total  vols :  11,119  ;  New  :  369 

Subs  :  Mags  :  14 

Not  open  to  public 

WELFARE  PLANNING  COUNCIL 
LIBRARY,  LOS  ANGELES  REGION. 
733^  Hope  St.,  L.A.  17.  Tel:  MA  dison 
2-1231.  Kary  Seeney,  Libn. 

WESTCHESTER  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  7400  W.  Manchester  Ave., 
L.A.  45. 

WESTERN  JEWISH  INSTITUTE 
LIBRARY.  7269  Beverly  Blvd.,  L.A. 
36. 

WESTERN  OIL  AND  GAS  ASSOCI- 
ATION LIBRARY.  609  S.  Grand  Ave., 
L.A.  14. 

WESTERN  PRECIPITATION  CORP. 
LIBRARY.  1000  W.  Ninth  St.,  P.O. 
Box    2744,    Terminal    Annex,    L.A.    24. 

WESTLAKE  SCHOOL  FOR  GIRLS 
LIBRARY.  700  N.  Faring  Rd.,  L.A.  24. 

WHITE  MEMORIAL  MEDICAL  LI- 
BRARY, Loma  Linda  University.  1720 
Brooklyn  Ave.,  L.A.  33.  Mrs.  Mollie 
Sittner,   Libn.  Tel:    AN  9-9131. 

Staff :  4  libns  :  4  other 

Purpose :  Serve  Schools  of  Medicine, 
Nursing,  Dietetics,  X-ray  Technology 
and  Graduate  Studies  of  the  Loma 
Linda  University  as  well  as  the  medi- 
cal profession  anywhere 

Total  vols  :  59,633 

New  Titles  :  2,500  ;  VF  drawers  :  12 

Subs  :  Mags  :  995  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Expenditures  :  $14,188.13  ;  Circ  :  35,564 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  medical  libraries 
on  request 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying 

WIDNEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1937  S.  Grand  Ave.,  L.A.  16.  Mrs. 
Rosalie     Serot,     Libn. 

WOODROW  WILSON  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2839  N.  Eastern. 
M.  J.  Bakjean,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,325  ;  Circ :  20,000 

Total  vols  :  10,000  ;  New  :  806 

Subs  :  Mags  :  125  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  102  ;  Stud  :  2,200 ;  Grades  7-12 

LOS   BANOS  (Merced  Co.) 

LOS  BANOS  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL. 
P.O.  Box  472.  Madeline  Brandt,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


LOS   GATOS  (San^a  Clara  Co.) 

ALMA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Rev. 
John  J.  Alhadef,  Libn. 

LOS  GATOS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. High  School  Court.  Mrs.  Ro- 
berta Blake,  Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn;  1  clerk 

Book  fund:  $4,300;  Circ:  10,645 

Total  vols:  8,116;  New:  1,057 

Subs:  Mags:  107;  Newsp:  5 

Fac:  61;  Stud:  1,260;  Grades:  9-12 

LOS  GATOS  MEMORIAL  LIBRARY. 
123  E.  Main  St.  John  Schmuck,   Libn. 

SACRED  HEART  NOVITIATE  LI- 
BRARY. 


LOS  MOLINAS  (Tehama  Co.) 

LOS   MOLINAS   HIGH   SCHOOL   LI- 
BRARY.   Sherwood    at    Grant.    Mar- 
garet C.  Bauer,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $275 
Total  vols  :  1,280 ;  New  :  75 
Subs :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  12  ;  Stud  :  150  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


LOS  OLiVOS  (Santa  Barbara  Co.) 
MIDLAND  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

LOWER  LAKE  (Lake  Co.) 

LOWER  LAKE  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Paul  Lathrop, 
Libn. 

LOYALTON  (SSerra  Co.) 

LOYALTON  JR.-SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Rose  Mary  Dwyer, 
Libn. 

LYNWOOD  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

HASLER  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 11300  Spruce  St.  Mrs.  M.  S. 
Gieason,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  24,005 

Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  325 

Subs  :  Mags  :  22  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac:  48;  Stud:  1,130;  Grades:  7-9 

LYNWOOD  ACADEMY  LIBRARY 
11081  Harris  Ave.  Aletha  H.  Fletcher, 
Libn. 

LYNWOOD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 12124  Bulis  Rd.  (Compton 
city  schools). 

WESTERN  GEAR  CORPORATION 
ENGINEERING   LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box 

192. 


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McARTHUR  (Shasta  Co.) 

FALL    RIVER     HIGH    SCHOOL    LI 
BRARY.    Margraet    Porter,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $700  ;  Circ  :  4,088 

Total  vols  :  3,178  ;  New :  240 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  21 ;  Stud  :  300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


MeCLELLAN  (Sacramento  Co.) 

U.S.  MeCLELLAN  AIR  FORCE 
BASE,  SMAMA  Library.  Tel:  WA  2- 
1511,  ext.  3240.  Mrs.  Gloria  E.  Kast, 
Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns 

Purpose :    Extend    professional    library 
services  to  air  force,  military  and  civil- 
ian personnel  and  their  dependents. 
Total  vols  :  17,172  ;  Pams  :  200 
New  Titles  :  2,200 ;  VF  drawers  :  2 
Subs  :  Mags  :  361 ;  Newsp  :  14 
Expenditures  :  $11,500  ;  Circ  :  66,452 
Available  to :   Co.  staif,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Interlibrary  loan :   All  libraries   on   re- 
quest. 
Services:    Recordings    (tape    or   disc); 
centralized    procurement    of    publica- 
tions and  subscriptions. 


MADERA    CO.    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 
6th   and   I.   Rintha   Robins,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

MADERA     UNION     HIGH     SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.    Corner    6th    and    L.    Mrs. 

Vivian    Wiegand,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  42,000 

Total  vols  :  11,696  New  1,030 

Subs  :  Mags  :  155  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  82  ;  Stud  :  1,843  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


MANHATTAN  BEACH  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Mira    Costa   Sigh   School   Library,    see 
under  Redondo  Beach. 


MANTECA  (San  Joaquin  Co.) 

MANTECA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  East  Yosemite  St.  Ena  M. 
Plank,  Libn. 


MARCH   FiELD  (Riverside  Co.) 

U.S.  MARCH  AIR  FORCE  BASE, 
POST  AND  TECHNICAL  LIBRARY. 
U.S.  FIFTEENTH  AIR  FORCE 
HEADQUARTERS   LIBRARY. 


MeCLOUD  (Siskiyou  Co.] 

McCLOUD    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. Box  277. 

McCLOUD   LIBRARY.  Tel:   8F2.  Mrs. 
Margaret  Klungness,  Libn. 

Staff :  2 

Purpose :  To  serve  the  families  and  per- 
sonnel of  the  McCloud  River  Lumber 
Co. 

Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  Pams  :  100 

New  Titles :  100 

Subs  :  Mags  :  10  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Circ :  15,600 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 


McFARLAND  (Kern  Co.) 

McFARLAND  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Sherwood  Ave.  Marie  C. 
Lourenzo,  Libn. 


I  MADERA  (Madera  Co.) 

iMADERA    COUNTY    FREE    Ll- 
*  BRARY.  135   W.  Yosemite.  James  A. 
jPetrella,  Libn. 
I  Serves  :  Entire  county 
j  Outlets:  11 
j Branches:  Chowchilla 
I  Stations :     Ahwahnee,     Central     Camp, 
;     Coarsegold,    North    Fork,    Oakhurst, 
O'Neals,   Raymond,   South   Madera 

iMADERA    CO.    LAW    LIBRARY. 

!  Courthouse. 


MARE    SSLAND  (Solano  Co.) 

U.S.  NAVAL  SHIPYARD  TECHNI- 
CAL LIBRARY.  Industrial  Lab.  BIdg. 
Tel:  4-1111,  Ext.  3614.  Maggie  Carson, 
Libn. 

U.S.     NAVY,     RODMAN     LIBRARY. 

Code  810L — Mare  Island  Naval  Ship- 
yard. Tel:  Ml  4-1111,  Ext.  3632.  Mrs. 
Jean  C.  Cline,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  2  part-time 
Purpose :    To  provide  a  general  library 
collection  for  navy  and  military  per- 
sonnel and  dependents  for  educational 
and  cultural  reading,  reference  and  to 
supplement  the  training  programs  on 
the  shipyard 
Total  vols  :  21,940 
New  titles :  1,368 
Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  16 
Special  collections  :  Naval  history 
Expenditures  :  $2,300  ;  Circ  :  30,912 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services :    Bibliographies ;    briefing    and 
abstracting;  recordings  (tape  or  disc) 

MARICOPA  (Kern  Co.) 

MARICOPA  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Box  818.  Elizabeth  Hill,  Libn. 


MARIPOSA  (Mariposa  Co.) 

MARIPOSA  COUNTY  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Merle  A.  Sheaf- 
fer,  Libn. 


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MARIPOSA— Continued 

MARIPOSA     CO.     LAW     LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

MARIPOSA  CO.  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  1134.  Mrs.  Nola  L. 
Bonnell,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

MARIPOSA  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. Courthouse. 


MARKLEEV3LLE  (Alpme  Co.) 

ALPINE  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 


MARTINEZ  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

ALHAMBRA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   Helen   Cushman,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,700  ;  Circ  :  S.820 

Total  vols  :  4,822  ;  New  :  559 

Subs  :  Mags  :  69  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  57  ;  Stud :  1,150  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

CONTRA  COSTA  CO.  LAW  LI- 
BRARY.  Hall  of  Records.  Mrs.  Chris- 
tine D.  Cox,  Libn. 

CONTRA  COSTA  CO.  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. 1750  Oak  Park  Blvd.  Walter 
H.  Harris,  Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  tahle. 

CONTRA  COSTA  CO.  TEACHERS 
LIBRARY.  Bryan  O.  Wilson,  Co.  Supt. 

MARTINEZ  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Court  and  Warren  St.  Mrs. 
Elizabeth  P.  Talt,  Libn. 

SHELL  OIL  COMPANY  RESEARCH 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  711.  Tel:  AC 
8-6161,  Ext.  124.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  H. 
Frazer,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  General  library  service  of  all 
kinds,  to  all  technical  personnel  of  the 
Research  Dept. 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  Pams  :  10,000 

New  titles  :  50-100  ;  VF  drawers  :  200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 


MARYSVI2.LE  (Yuba  Co.) 

LINDA  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.  600  Pasado  Ave.  Donna 
B.  Dempsey,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  tahle. 

MARYSVILLE  CITY  LIBRARY.  301 
Fourth  St.,  P.O.  Box  991.  Thelma  G. 
Neavilie,  Libn. 


MARYSVILLE  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  18th  and  B  Sts. 
Mrs.  Anna  B.  Cook,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,500  ;  Giro :  18,704 

Total  vols  :  6,519  ;  New  :  462 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  58  ;  Stud.  1,400  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

NOTRE  DAME  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 715  C  St. 

U.S.  BEALE  AIR  FORCE  BASE  LI- 
BRARY. Tel:  ST  8-2231.  Robert  C. 
Johnston,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  2  others 
Purpose :  to  provide  a  professionally  op- 
erated   library    service   for    air   force, 
civilian,  and  dependent  personnel. 
Total  vols  :  18,000  ;  Pams  :  1,-500 
New  Titles  :  1,500  ;  VF  drawers :  2 
Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Expenditures  :  $8,000  ;  Circ  :  52,500 
Available   to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting  ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions 

YUBA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  18th 
and  B  Sts.  Robert  H.  Staehiin,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  taile. 

YUBA  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

YUBA  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY.  9th 
and  E  Sts.  Jack  C.  Lawson,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libra7-ies  table. 


MATHER  FIELD  (Sacramento  Co.) 

U.S.  MATHER  AIR  FORCE  BASE 
LIBRARY.  Tel:  EM  3-3161,  ext.  2752. 
Evelyn  E.  Altman,  Libn. 

Staff :  5 

Purpose :  To  serve  military  and  civilian 
personnel  assigned  to  Mather  Air 
Force  Base. 

Total  vols  :  22,000  ;  Pams  :  200 

VF  drawers :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  200  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Expenditures  :  $8,000  ;  Circ  :  58,843 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting. 


MENDOCINO  (Mendocino  Co.) 

MENDOCINO     STUDY     CLUB      LI- 
BRARY.   Lansing    St.    Mrs.    Thorkild 
Thomsen,  Libn. 
Staff :  3 


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Purpose :  To  provide  reading  material 
for  a  large  area  still  not  served  by 
any  city  or  county  library  system. 

Total  vols  :  4.300  ;  Pams :  100 

New  Titles :  300 

Subs  :  Mags  :  1 

Expenditures  :  $190 ;  Circ  :  4,000 

MENDOCINO    UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $50  ;  Circ  :  2,000 

Total  vols  :  2,500  ;  New  :  100 

Subs  :  Mags  :  10 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fae  :  10 ;  Stud  :  180  ;  Grades  7-12 


MENLO  PARK  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

CONVENT  OF  THE  SACRED 
HEART  LIBRARY.  Valparaiso  Ave. 
Mother  C.  Welch,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,800  ;  Circ  :  40,000 
Total  vols  :  27,909  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  43  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac  :  20  ;  Stud  :  493 

MENLO      PARK      MUNICIPAL     LI- 
BRARY. Civic  Center.  Philip   G.  Mo- 
rales, Libn. 
Affiliated  with :  San  Mateo  Co.  F.  L. 

MENLO  PARK  SCHOOL  DISTRICT. 
555  Glenwood  Ave.  Naoma  B.  Knight, 

Libn. 

See  centralized,  school  libraries  taile. 

I  MENLO    SCHOOL    AND    COLLEGE 
I  LIBRARY.  Alec  Ross,  Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

ST.  PATRICK'S  SEMINARY  LI- 
BRARY. Middlefield  Road. 

STANFORD  RESEARCH  INSTI- 
jTUTE  LIBRARY.  333  Ravenswood 
'Ave.  Tel:  DA  6-6200,  ext.  2637.  V. 
i  Lorraine  Pratt,  Libn. 

I  Staff :  30 

''  Purpose  :  Company  Library — Serves 
staff  of  not-for-profit  research  insti- 
tute 

(Total     vols:     20,000;     Pams:     20,000; 

;      Reports :  64,000 
New  Titles :  3,-500 
Subs  :  Mags  :  1,300  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Special  collections  :  Areas  covered  :  En- 
gineering,   Economics    and    Manage- 
ment Sciences,  Physical  and  Life  Sci- 
ences 

i  Circ :  12,150 

!i Available  to:   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

I      and  public  by  referral 

I  Interlibrary   loan :    all   libraries   on   re- 

'     quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  Xerox  copying ;  briefing  and 
abstracting  ;  film  library  ;  centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions 


SUNSET  MAGAZINE  REFERENCE 
LIBRARY.  Lane  Publishing  Co.  Bldg. 

U.S.  GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY  LI- 
BRARY,   MENLO    PARK    SECTION. 

345    Middlefield    Rd.,   Tel:    DA   5-6761. 

Eleanore  E.  Wilkins,  Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  6  others 

Total  vols  :  70,000  ;  Pams  :  5,000 

New  titles :  10,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  300 

Special  collections :  Geology  and  re- 
lated sciences 

Circ :  7,500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loans :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching 


MERCED  (Merced  Co.) 

MARIPOSA  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 2125  M  St.  Marian  R.  Mar- 
vin,   Libn. 

Distributing  agencies  listed  under  Mer- 
ced Co.  Free  Library. 

MERCED  CITY  SCHOOLS  CEN- 
TRAL LIBRARY.  23rd  &  L  Sts.  Mrs. 
Florence  E.  Pitts,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

MERCED  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 2125  M  St.  Marian  R.  Mar- 
vin,   Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  and  Mariposa 
County 

Contracts  with  :  Mariposa  County 

Outlets :  26 

Stations :  Amsterdam,  Atwater,  Ballico, 
Cressey,  Delhi,  Dos  Palos,  El  Nido, 
Gustine,  Irwin,  Le  Grand,  Living- 
ston, Los  Banos,  Museum,  Planada, 
Snelling,  South  Dos  Palos,  Stevin- 
son,  Winton,  Bear  Valley,  El  Portal, 
Mariposa,  Midpines,  Red  Cloud,  Wood- 
lands, Tosemite. 

MERCED  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
County  Courts  Bldg.  Robert  B.  Bax- 
ter, Libn. 

MERCED  CO.  SUPT.  OF  SCHOOLS 
OFFICE  LIBRARY.  22nd  and  O  St. 
Mildred    Eshnaur,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

MERCED  CO.  TEACHERS'  LI- 
BRARY. 

MERCED  ELEMENTARY  SCHOOLS 
LIBRARY.  555  W.  22nd  St.  Mrs.  Flor- 
ence   E.    Pitts,    Libn. 

MERCED  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
19th  and  G  Sts.  Mrs.  Valreete  Robin- 
son,  Libn. 


6 — 54336 


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MERCED— Continued 

U.S.  CASTLE  AIR  FORCE  BASE  LI- 
BRARY.   Rosa   E.  Worth,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libu. ;  4  others 

Purpose :  To  serve  all  military,  civilians 
and  their  dependents  on  Base 

Total  vols  :  16,000  ;  Pams  :  500 

New  titles  :  1,500  ;  VF  drawers  :  2 

Subs  :  Mags  :  120  ;  Newsp  :  15 

Special  collections  :  Californiana  ;  escape 
and  evasion 

Expenditures  :  $6,000  ;  Circ  :  48,000 

Available  to  :  Base  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies; recordings  (disc) 


MIDOLITOWN  (Lake  Co.) 

MIDDLETOWN      LIBRARY.     Gibson 
Library  BIdg. 

Note:  Supported  iy  dues  and  donations. 

MIDDLETOWN    UNIFIED    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  Box  338. 

Fac  :  14  ;  Stud  :  260  ;  Grades  1-12 


MILL  VALLEY  (Marin  Co.) 

GOLDEN  GATE  BAPTIST  THEO- 
LOGICAL SEMINARY  LIBRARY. 
Strawberry  Drive  Point.  A.  J.  Hyatt, 
Libn. 

See  State  and  other  Four-Year  Colleges 
taile. 

iVlILL  VALLEY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
52  Lovell  Ave.  Mrs.  Dorothy  M. 
Thomas,   Libn. 

TAMALPAIS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. County  Road.  Sidney 
Thompson,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  time 

Book  fund  :  $2,300  ;  Circ  :  1,785 

Totals  vols  :  10,300  ;  New  :  547 

Subs  :  Mags  :  103  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  67  ;  Stud  :  1,300 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


MiLLBRAE  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

MILLS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
400  Murchison  Dr.  Mrs.  Eleanor  E. 
Purpus,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $6,500  ;  Circ  :  11,600 

Total  vols  :  5,400  ;  New  :  1,700 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  7 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


MBLPITAS  (Santa  Clam  Co.) 

MILPITAS  SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  50 
N.    Abbott.     Frances     Henry,     Libn. 

See    centralized    school    libraries    tahle. 

SAMUEL  AYER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1331  Calaveras  Rd.  Florence 
M,    Damm,    Libn. 


MSRANDA  (Humboldt  Co.) 

SOUTH  FORD  JR. -SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Elizabeth 
E.  Smith,   Libn. 

MlSSIOr^   SAN   JOSS  (Alames^ci  Co.) 

QUEEN  OF  THE  HOLY  ROSARY 
COLLEGE    LIBRARY. 

MODESTO  (St£8B^islaus  Co.) 

GRACE  M.  DAVIS  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1200  Rumble  Rd.  Zarah 
Virgin,   Libn. 

Staff :   1  libn ;   1  clerk    (library  service 

began  2-1-61) 
Circ :  3,179 

Total  vols  :  1,804  ;  New  :  1,804 
Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  25  ;  Stud  :  401 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

McHENRY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  1402 
I    St.    Carl   W.    Hamilton,    Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Stanisalus  Co.  F.  L. 
Stations :  1 

MODESTO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1st  and  H  Sts.  Helen  Hart- 
wich,   Libn. 

MODESTO  JR.  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
College    Ave.    Helen    F.    Pierce,    Libn. 

See  California  junior  college  libraries 
table. 

MODESTO  STATE  HOSPITAL  LI- 
BRARY. Blue  Gum  Ave.  Mrs.  Eliza- 
beth   Huxtable,    Libn. 

SHELL  AGRICULTURAL  LABORA- 
TORY   LIBRARY.    P.O.    Box   1531. 

STANISLAUS  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 1402  Eye  St.  Carl  W.  Ham- 
ilton,  Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county 

Affiliated  with:  McHenry  P.  L.  and 
Turlock  P.  L. 

Outlets :  61 

Stations :  Ceres,  Denair,  Empire,  Hugh- 
son,  Keyes,  Newman,  Oakdale,  Pat- 
terson, Riverbank,  Salida,  Silver- 
thorn,   Valley   Home,   Waterford 

Bookmobile  stops  :  46  •■ 

Schools :  18  '^ 

STANISLAUS  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse,   P.O.    Box  854. 

STANISLAUS  CO.  SCHOOL  OF- 
FICE, INSTRUCTIONAL  MATE- 
RIALS DEPT.  LIBRARY.  2115  Scenic 
Drive.  Mrs.  Ida  May  Edwards,  Co- 
ordinator, Helen  Thornton,  Libn. 

THOMAS  DOWNEY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1000  Coffee  Rd.  Mrs.  Mil- 
dred  M.  Campbell,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,822.68  ;  Circ  :  33,017  i 

Total  vols  :  10,036  ;  New  :  909  I 

Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  120  ;  Stud  :  2,361 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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MOFFETT  FIELD  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

AMES  AERONAUTICAL  LABORA- 
TORY   LIBRARY 

MONROVIA  (Los  AngeBes  Co.) 

MONROVIA        PUBLIC        LIBRARY. 

321  So.  Myrtle  Ave.  Mrs.  Katherine 
Ainsworth,    Libn. 

MONROVIA    -    DUARTE  UNION 

HIGH   SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  Colorado 

at   Madison. 

MONTEBELLO  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BELL  GARDENS  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5841  Live  Oak 
St.,  Bell  Gardens  (Montebeilo  city 
schools)    Myrtis   G.    Lucas,   Libn. 

Staff:  llibn;  1  clerk 

r.ook  fund  :  $2,650' ;  Circ  :  10,000 

TMt;il  vols:  9,000;  New:  750 

Rnlis  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  63  ;  Stud  :  1,350  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

BELL  GARDENS  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6119  E.  Agra  St., 
Beil  Gardens  (Montebeilo  city  schools) 

CANTWELL     HIGH     SCHOOL     Ll- 

IBRARY.    329    N.    Garfield    Ave. 

IeASTMOUNT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  400   N.   Bradshaw. 

JMONTEBELLO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
I  LIBRARY.  1600  Whittier   Blvd. 

IMONTEBELLO  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
!  LIBRARY.  2100  W.  Cleveland  Ave. 
jMrs.   Gertrude    F.    Hoopes,    Libn. 

JmONTEBELLO  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  123  S.  Monte- 
beilo Blvd.  Lois  M.  Miller,  Libn. 

tS'ee    centralized    school    liiraries    table. 

jVIO^i?CLAiR  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

MONTCLAIR     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.  4725    Benito    St.    Mrs.    Alma 
B.  Polk,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  3  clerks 
Book  fund:   $40,000   for   1959-1962   es- 
tablishing a  new  library  ;  Circ  :  13,300 
Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  3,000 
Subs:  Mags:  200;  Newsp:  6 
Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,218  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

I  MOMTEREY  (Monterey  Co.) 

ImONTEREY       PENINSULA       COL- 
jLEGE  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  1231.  Mar- 
garet W.  Thompson,  Libn. 
\8ee  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

MONTEREY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
P.O.  Box  1448.  Ethel  M.  Solliday, 
Libn. 

Bookmobile    stops:    20    communities,    6 
school 


MONTEREYUNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Herrmann  Dr.  Ora  Gil- 
lette, Libn. 

StafP :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $3,000 
Total  vols  :  11,000  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  92  ;  Stud  :  1,600 

U.S.  ARMY  LANGUAGE  SCHOOL, 
RESEARCH  LIBRARY.  Tel:  FR 
5-1511,  ext.  255.  Tatiana  S.  Lambrin, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  The  mission  of  the  library  is 
to  provide  authoritative  and  reliable 
reference  material  for  study  and  re- 
search, as  well  as  recreational  read- 
ing in  many  languages  to  students, 
faculty  and  staff  of  the  school 

Total  vols :  13,484 

New  titles  :  700 ;  VF  drawers  :  10 

Subs :  Mags  :  30  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections  :  Foreign  languages  ; 
linguistics  ;  history  and  culture  of  for- 
eign countries 

Expenditures  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  10,225 

Available  to  :  Staff  and  students,  other 
libraries  and  public 

Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 


FORT   ORD    LIBRARY    SYS- 
TEM,    PRESIDIO     OF     MONTEREY 
BRANCH.  Margaret  Halstead,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 
Purpose :    To    provide    general    library 
service  to  any  service-connected  per- 
sonnel in  the  area  and  to  provide,  as 
well,  background  and  reference  mate- 
rial  for   the   Army   Language   School 
students    (28  languages)    at  the  Pre- 
sidio 
Total  vols :  8,-500  ;  Pams  :  500 
New  Titles :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  47  ;  Newsp :  6 
Expenditures  :  $2,800  ;  Circ  :  46,450 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff 
Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  recordings — disc. ;  centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions 

U.S.  NAVAL  POSTGRADUATE 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Prof.  George  R. 
Luckett,  Dir. 

Special  Library:  Buckley  Library   (Sea 
and  Naval  History) 


MOMTEREY  PARK  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BRUGGEMEYER  MEMORIAL  LI- 
BRARY. 318  S.  Ramona  Ave.  George 
K.  Anang,   Libn. 

Bookmobile  stops :  115 
Schools :  4 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


MOORPARK  (Ventura  Co.) 

MOORPARK  MEMORIAL  UNION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Casey  Rd. 
Mrs.  Ruth  T.  Whitaker,  Libn. 

Staff  :  i  libn  ;  7  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  5,500 
Total  vols  :  2,478  ;  New :  204 
Subs  :  Mags  :  24  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


MORGAN   HILL  (Sanfa  Clara  Co.) 

LIVE   OAK   UNION    HIGH   SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.   30   W.    Central    Ave.    Jer- 

aldine  Medo,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $1,600 ;  Oirc :  7,358 

Total  vols  :  3,750 ;  New  :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  53  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  33  ;  Stud  :  650  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


MORRO  BAY  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

MORRO    BAY    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. J.  P.  Fentzling,  Libn. 

Staff:  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $2,400 

Total  vols  :  1,250  ;  New  :  775 

Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  25  ;  Stud  :  485  ;  Grades  7-11 


MOUNT  HAMILTON  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

LICK  OBSERVATORY  LIBRARY 
OF  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  CALI- 
FORNIA. Mr.  S.  Vasilevskis,  Chief 
Libn.  and  Astronomer  and  Mrs.  C.  M. 
Watson,    Libn. 


MOUNT  SHASTA  (Siskiyou  Co.) 

MOUNT    SHASTA    HIGH    SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Eugenia  Astmann,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,700  ;  Circ  :  2,000 

Total  vols :  2,100  ;  New  :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  220  ;  Grades  9-12 


MOUNTAIN  VIEW  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

MOUNTAIN    VIEW    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  640.  Mrs.  Lillian 

Virgin,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Circ :  12,827 

Total  vols  :  8,243  ;  New :  858 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  72  ;  Stud  :  1,361 ;  Grades  9-12 

MOUNTAIN  VIEW  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 585  Franklin  St.  Mrs.  Edith 
E.  Duke,  Libn. 

ST.  JOSEPH'S  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
Rev.  Cornelius  J.  Burns,  Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-pear   colleges 
table. 


SYLVANIA  ELECTRONIC  DE- 
FENSE LABS.  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box 
205.  Tel:  YO  8-6211,  ext.  2153.  Roy  A. 
Johnson,   Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  6  others 

Purpose :  Provide  library  and  docu- 
ments services  (including  control  of 
classified  material)  to  laboratory  per- 
sonnel in  support  of  research  and  de- 
velopment programs 

Total  vols  :  4,000  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

New  Titles  :  30 ;  Documents  :  35,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  315  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special    collections:    Collection    prima- 
rily in   electronics  field.   Special  fea-| 
tures :  Infrared,  tactical  warfare 

Expenditures  :  $7,500  ;  Circ  :  24,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- ' 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications   and    subscriptions 


NAPA  (Napa  Co.) 

GOODMAN    LIBRARY.    1219    1st    St. 
Mrs.  Ella  W.  Miller,  Libn. 
Bookmobile  stops  :  6  community 

NAPA    COUNTY    FREE    LIBRARY. 

1201  Franklin  St.  Mrs.  Dorothy  Dona- 
hoe,  Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county  except  Napa,  Cal- 
istoga,  St.  Helena 

Outlets :  24 

Stations :  Aetna,  Bar-49,  Boys  Camp, 
Browns  Valley,  Calistoga  School,  4-H 
Camp,  Lodi,  Napa  Junction,  Rose- 
mont,  Rutherford,  Salvador,  Sanita- 
rium, Spanish  Flat,  Tountville 

Bookmobile  stops :  9 

Schools  :  3 

NAPA     COUNTY     LAW     LIBRARY, 

Courthouse. 

Total  vols :  10,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  2 

Not  open  to  public. 

Remarks :  The  library  is  managed  by 
the  judges  and  kept  up  by  the  court's 
secretary.  It  is  solely  for  the  use  of 
the  Bar  and  is  only  for  reference 
work 

NAPA  JR.  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Jef- 
ferson at  Park  Aves.  Virginia  Borges, 
Libn. 
See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

NAPA  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY. 
1005  Jefferson  St.  Mrs.  Lila  Macway, 
Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 

NAPA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  See  Good- 
man Library. 

NAPA  SENIOR  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Jefferson  St.  Alice  M.  Mc- 
Mahon,  Libn. 


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REDWOOD  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3600  Oxford  St.   Mrs.   Fores 
Crandall,   Libn. 
Stafe :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,400 ;  Circ  :  32,295 
Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  673 
Subs  :  Mags  :  80 ;  Newsp :  2 
Fac  :  57  ;  Stud  :  1,325  ;  Grades  :  7-10 

RIDGEVIEW  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Old  Sonoma  Rd.  Alice  Baker, 

Libn 

Stafe":  1  libn  ;  ^  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,800  ;  Circ :  18,000 

Total  vols  :  6,000 ;  New :  666 

Subs  :  Mags  :  106  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  54 ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  :  7-10 


Staff :  1  teacher-libn. 
Book  fund  :  $1,500 ;  Circ  :  400 
Total  vols :  3,000 ;  New :  250 
Subs  :  Mags  :  32  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac :  9  ;  Stud  :  87 ;  Grades :  9-12 


NEWBURY  PARK  (Ventura  Co.) 

NEWBURY    PARK    ACADEMY    LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  77. 


NEWHALL  (S.OS  Angeles  Co.) 

WILLIAM  S.  HART  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  24825  N.  New- 
hall  Ave. 


NATIONAL  CITY  (San  Diego  Co.) 

GRANGER  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2101  Granger  Ave.  Mary  E. 
I  Kurtz,   Libn. 

I  Staff:  1  libn 

IBook  fund:  $3,000;  Circ:  10,687 
i  Total  vols  :  4,000 ;  New  :  800 
Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  2 
JFac  :  34  ;  Stud  :  865  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

InaTIONAL  CITY  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
I  LIBRARY.  1701  D.Ave. 

NATIONAL  CITY  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 200  E.  12th  St.  Mrs.  Ellen 
Badder,   Libn. 

Outlets :  9  schools 

SWEETWATER  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  290O  Highland 
Ave.   Mrs.   Evelyn    H.   Fegan,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
JBook  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ :  15,843 
(Total  vols  :  6,007  ;  New  :  851 
I  Subs  :  Mags  :  106  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  49  ;  Stud  :  1,164  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


NEEDLES  (Sen  Bernardino  Co.) 

NEEDLES  JR.-SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Washington  St. 

NESTOR  (San  Diego  Co.) 

SOUTHWEST  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2700   Iris  St. 

NEVADA  CITY  (Nevada  Co.) 

NEVADA  CITY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
North  Pine  St.  Mrs.  Esther  M.  Mc- 
Cluskey,  Libn. 

JNEVADA   CO.   LAW   LIBRARY. 

InEVADA  UNION  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  633  Zion  St. 

\       NEW  CUYAMA  (Santa  Barbara  Co.) 

CUYAMA  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Highway  166.  Virginia 
Maw,  Libn. 


NEWMAN  (Stanislaus  Co.) 

ORESTIMBA    UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    Lillian    Ander- 
sen,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  teacher-libn. 
Book  fund  :  $900 ;  Circ :  2,465 
Total  vols  :  3,165  ;  New  :  191 
Subs  :  Mags  :  69 ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  16  ;  Stud  :  785 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


NEWPORT   BEACH  (Orange  Co.) 

AERONUTRONIC  LIBRARY,  Divi- 
sion of  Ford  Motor  Co.  Ford  Rd.  Tel: 
OR  5-1234,  ext.  1301.  Dr.  L.  H.  Linder, 
Manager,  Technical  Information 
Services. 

Staff  :  6  libns  ;  13  others 
Purpose :   To  provide   scientific,   techni- 
cal  and   management   information   to 
Aeronutronic  personnel. 
Total   vols:   9,300;    Pams :    750;    Tech. 

Kept :  36,000  ;  Serials  :  2,800 
New  Titles  :  3,000 ;  VF  drawers  :  7 
Subs :  Mags  :  460  ;  Newsp  :  14 
Expenditures:  $65,000;   Circ:  33,500 
Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other   li- 
braries 
Interlibrary   loan :    All  libraries  on   re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;    centralized    procurement    of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

NEWPORT     BEACH      PUBLIC     LI- 
BRARY. 216   Island   Ave.   Mrs.   Doro- 
thea Sheely,   Libn. 
Branches :  1 
Stations :  1 
Schools :  4 

NEWPORT  HARBOR  HIGH 
SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  600  Irvine. 


NORTH   HIGHLANDS  (Sacramento  Co.) 

DON  JULIO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6444  Walerga   Rd. 
Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund:  $700;  Circ:  17,216 
Total  vols :  3,295 ;  New :  169 
Subs  :  Mags  :  29  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac :  35  ;  Stud :  850  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


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NORTH   HIGHLANDS— Continued 

HIGHLANDS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6601  Guthrie  Way.  Terry 
Kastanis,   Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  13,500 

Total  vols  :  5,226  ;  New  :  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud :  1,450 ;  Grades  :  10-12 


NORTH    HOLLYWOOD  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

BENDIX  AVIATION  CORP.  TECH- 
NICAL LIBRARY.  11600  Sherman 
Way 

HARVARD  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
3700  Coldwater  Canyon.  Arthur  L. 
Howard,   Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  3,000 
Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  New  :  1,010 
Subs  :  Mags  :  20  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac:    30;     Stud:    300;    extended    41; 
Grades :  7-12 

MADISON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 13000  Hart  St.  Ruby  D. 
Edenquist,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,945.56  ;  Circ  :  28,593 

Total  vols  :  6,213  ;  New  :  889 

Subs  :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  93  ;  Stud  :  2,288  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

NORTH  HOLLYWOOD  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5231  Colfax 
Ave.,  N.  Hollywood  (Los  Angeles  city 
schools) 

REED  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4525  Irvine  St.,  N.  Holly- 
wood (Los  Angeles  city  schools) 
V.  Y.    Kasiman,    Libn. 


NORTHRSDGE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

NORTHRIDGE    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  17960'  Chase. 

RIKER  LABORATORIES,  INC.  LI- 
BRARIES. 19901  Nordhoff  St.  Tel: 
Dl  1-1300,  ext.  266.  Mrs.  Janet  C. 
Adams,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  5  others 

Purpose :  Research  in  connection  with 
the  development  and  manufacture  of 
new  drugs. 

Total  vols:  5,000;  Pams :  600 

VF  drawers :  12 

Subs  :  Mags  :  512  ;  Newsp  :  12 

Special  collections :  Chemische  Berichte 
from  1,800 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting ;  film  library ;  re- 
cordings (tape  or  disc)  ;  centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions ;  translations. 


SAN  FERNANDO  VALLEY  STATE 
COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  18111  Nordhoff 
St.  Stanley  McElderry,  Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-year   col 
table. 


WORTH  SACRAMENTO  (Sacrsamenfo  Co.) 

LAS  PALMAS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  577  Las  Palmas  Ave. 
Willa  Comstock,   Libn. 

NORTE  DEL  RIO  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3051  N.  Fairfield  St.  Mrs. 
Ruth    N.  Smith,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,750  ;  Circ  :  17,505 

Total  vols  :  6,699  ;  New  :  348 

Subs  :  Mags  :  105  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  59  ;  Stud  :  1,158  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

NORTH  SACRAMENTO  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  670  Dixieanne 
Ave.  Genevieve  Walker,  Libn. 

RIO  TIERRA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3201  Northstead  Dr.  Mrs. 
Doris  E.  Hubiak,  Libn. 


^30RWALK  (L©s  AngeEes  C©.) 

CERRITOS  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
11110  E.  Alondra  Blvd.  Carl  Johnson, 
Libn. 

See  Junior   College   Libraries   table. 

EXCELSIOR  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 15711  S.  Pioneer.  Mrs.  June 
Nelson,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $2,400 ;  Circ  :  20,615 

Total  vols  :  10,822  ;  New  :  453 

Subs  :  Mags  :  186  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  86  ;  Stud  :  1,869  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

METROPOLITAN     STATE     HOSPI- 
TAL,     MEDICAL      LIBRARY.      11400 
Norwalk    Blvd.    Tel:    UN    4-3721,   ext. 
295.    Mrs.   Constance   S.   Cozens,   Libn.  i 
Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :    To    provide    current    reading 
material   mainly    on   psychiatry,   psy- 
chology, and  social  work  for  hospital 
staff 
Total  vols  :  2,100  ;  Pams  :  750 
New  titles  :  200  ;  VF  drawers  :  5 
Subs  :  Mags  :  79  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Expenditures  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  3,000 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff 
Interlibrary  loan  :  library  too  small  to 
answer  any  interlibrary  loan  requests 

METROPOLITAN     STATE     HOSPI- 
TAL,   Patients'     Library.    11400    Nor- 
walk  Blvd.  G.  Calvin   Tooker,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Serve  hospital  patients 
Total  vols :  2,800 
New  titles :  200 
Subs  :  Mags  :  48  :  Newsp  :  4 
Expenditures :  $750 
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NORWALK      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY.   11356     E.     Leffingwell.     Mrs. 
Francis    MacEwan,    Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 
Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  19,744 
Total  vols  :  6,750  ;  New  :  1,509 
Subs  :  Mags  :  77  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  89  ;  Stud  :  2,035  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


MOVATO  (fVlairiin  Co.) 

NOVATO  H!GH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
625  Arthur  St.  Peter  S.  Hartmus,  Libn. 

OAKDALE  (Stcesilslaus  Co.) 

OAKDALE        JT.        UNION         HIGH 

SCHOOL     LIBRARY.     P.O.     Box     68. 

Gladys    B.    Whitney,    Libn. 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  10,000 

Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  New  :  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  119  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  57  ;  Stud  :  1,300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


OAKLAND  (Aicsmedea  Co.) 

ALAMEDA  CO.  HEALTH  DEPART- 
MENT.  499   5th    St.,    Oakland   7. 

ALAMEDA  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse,  12th  and  Fallon,  Oak- 
land 7. 

ALAMEDA  CO.  MEDICAL  LI- 
BRARY. Highland  Hospital,  2701  14th 
Ave.,  Oakland  8. 

ALEXANDER         HAMILTON         JR. 

HIGH   SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2101  35th 

Ave.  Mrs.  Ceciie  Christian,  Libn. 

State :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund:  $2,277 

Total  vols  :  11,101 ;  New  :  653 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40 

Fac  :  58  ;  Stud  :  1,300  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

BISHOP  O'DOWD  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  9500  Stearns  Ave.  Sr. 
Mary   Virginia,   O.P.,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  3  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  9,280 
Total  vols  :  6,394  ;  New  :  455 
Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  42  ;  Stud  :  996  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

BRET  HARTE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2874  Florida  St.  Mrs.  Ruth 
Phillips,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,121 

Total  vols  :  8,597  ;  New  :  611 ' 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23 

Fac  :  47  ;  Stud  :  1,026  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CALIFORNIA  COLLEGE  OF  ARTS 
AND  CRAFTS  LIBRARY.  Broadway 
and    College.    Helen    M.    Kain,    Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
taile. 


CALIFORNIA      CONCORDIA      COL- 
LEGE    LIBRARY.    6325    Camden    St. 
Prof.  John  G.   Mager,  Libn. 
See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

CASTLEMONT  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  8601  MacArthur  Blvd. 
Mrs.    Florence    Gardiner,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  14  clerks 

Book  fund :  $3,010 

Total  vols  :  12,904  ;  New  :  1,019 

Subs  :  Mags  :  68  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  107  ;  Stud  :  2,237  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

CHABOT         OBSERVATORY  LI- 

BRARY. 4917  Mountain  Blvd.,  Oak- 
land  2. 

CLAREMONT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  5750  College  Ave.  Mrs. 
Grace    Gregory,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,312 

Total  vols  :  7,391 ;  New  :  352 

Subs  :  Mags  :  19 

Fac  :  28  ;  Stud  :  613  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

COLLEGE   OF  THE    HOLY   NAMES 
LIBRARY.  3500   Mountain    Blvd.  Sis- 
ter   Mary    Ermengarde,    Libn. 
Branches    or    Departmental    Libraries : 
(4)     Curriculum    Library,    Juniorate 
Library,      Novitiate      Library,      Los 
Gatos,     and     Provincial    Dept.,    Los 
Gatos 
See   state   and   other   four-pear   colleges 
table. 

DORR -OLIVER,  INC.  LIBRARY. 
2900  Glascock  St.,  Oakland   1. 

ELMHURST  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1800  98th  Ave.  Mrs.  Muriel 
Boardman,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,643 

Total  vols  :  7,664  ;  New  :  758 

Subs  :  Mags  :  37  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  40  ;  Stud  :  794  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

FIBREBOARD  PAPER  PRODUCTS 
CORP.,  RESEARCH  &  DEVELOP- 
MENT DEPT.,  BLDG.  MATERIALS 
GROUP.  Box  4331.  Mrs.  Ferna  H. 
Parkans,  Libn.  Tel:  OL  2-8400,  ext. 
319. 

Staff :  1 

Purpose :   Originally  established  as  ref- 
erence library  for  Research  Dept. 
Total  vols  :  700  ;  VF  drawers  :  1 
Subs  :  Mags  :  18 
Special  collections :   Building  materials, 

patents 
Expenditures :  $85 

Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other    li- 
braries 
Interlibrary   loan :    all   libraries   on   re- 
quest 


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OAKLAND-Continued 

FITZGERALD,  ABBOTT  &  BEARDS- 
LEY  LAW  LIBRARY.  1730  First 
Western  BIdg.,  Oakland  12.  Eleanor 
Dall,   Libn. 

Total  vols :  12,000  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  30 

Not  open  to  public,  except  local  attor- 
neys 

FRICK     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.    6250     Foothill     Blvd.     Mrs. 
Helen  C.  Stengel,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2,098 
Total  vols  :  8,084 ;  New  :  672 
Subs  :  Mags  :  40 
Fac :  50 ;  Stud  :  1,050  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

GOLDEN  GATE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  6200  San   Pablo  Ave.  Mrs. 

Yvette  B.  Schmitt,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $913 

Total  vols  :  8,015  ;  New  :  273 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20 

Fac :  17  ;  Stud  :  333  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HAVENSCOURT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1390  66th  Ave.  Hazel  Cox, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  f  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,519 

Total  vols  :  5,841 ;  New :  512 

Subs  :  Mags  :  32 

Fac  :  45  ;  Stud  :  958  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HERBERT  HOOVER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3263  West  St. 
Rose  Pastorino,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,232 

Total  vols  :  4,380  ;  New  :  365 

Subs  :  Mags  :  26 

Fac  :  32  ;  Stud  :  634  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HOLY  NAMES  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4460  Harbord  Dr.  Mrs.  Ve- 
ronica Colapietro,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  $1,400  ;  Circ  :  7,844 
Total  vols  :  6,568  ;  New  :  225 
Subs  :  Mags  :  95  ;  Newsp  :  7 
Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  :  503  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

JOHN  C.  FREMONT  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  4610  Foothill 
Blvd.   Mrs.  Edith  Towers,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1*  clerks 

Book  fund :  $3,013 

Total  vols  :  14,477  ;  New  :  998 

Subs  :  Mags  :  67 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  96  ;  Stud  :  2,044  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

KAISER  FOUNDATION  SCHOOL 
OF  NURSING  LIBRARY.  3451  Pied- 
mont Ave.  Mrs.  Meredyth  C.  Welsch- 
meyer,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ :  2,638 

Total  vols :  2,195 ;  New :  367 


Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac:    21;    Stud:    160;    3-year   nursing 
course 

KAISER-OAKLAND     FOUNDATION 

HOSPITAL      MEDICAL      LIBRARY. 

280  W.  MacArthur  Blvd.,  Oakland  11. 

Tel:    OL    3-6121,   ext.   340.    Mrs.    Irma 

Hickman,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  Ubn 

Purpose :  To  provide  medical  reference 
material  and  assistance  for  the  doc- 
tors, nurses,  students,  and  other 
medical  personnel  of  the  Oakland 
Kaiser  Foundation  Hospital. 

Total  vols :  4,300 

New  titles  :  300  ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  219 ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Cardiology,  Ortho- 
pedics, and  Surgery 

Expenditures  :  $4,000  ;  Circ :  5,100 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

KING  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
8251  Fontaine  St.  Mrs.  Catherine  Pen- 
dleton, Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2,070 
Total  vols  :  2,885  ;  New  :  434 
Subs  :  Mags  :  32 ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac :  34  ;  Stud  :  782  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JAMES  MADISON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  400  Capistrano 
Dr.  Mrs.  Ruth  Treveiler,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,087 

Total  vols  :  2,504 ;  Ncav  :  904 

Subs  :  Mags  :  28 

Fac  :  31 ;  Stud  :  654  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LOWELL    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.  1332   Myrtle   St.    Mrs.   Helen 
Burke,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2,174 
Total  vols  :  5,249  ;  New  :  458 
Subs  :  Mags  :  26  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  52  ;  Stud  :  1,089  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

McCHESNEY    JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  3748  13th  Ave.  Mrs.  Eariel 

Day,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,059 

Total  vols  :  4,820  ;  New  :  326 

Subs :  Mags  :  28 

Fac  :  33  ;  Stud  :  736  ;  Grades  :  7-8 

McCLYMONDS    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 2607  Myrtle  St.  Dorothy  Co- 
min,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund :  $1,874 
Total  vols  :  10.702  ;  New  :  802 
Subs  :  Mags  :  69  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac :  65 ;  Stud :  952  ;  Grades :  10-12 


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MILLS    COLLEGE    LIBRARY.    Flora 

E.  Reynolds,  Libn. 

Departmental  Library  :  Margaret  Prall 

Music  Library. 
See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 

tahle. 

MONTERA  JR.   HIGH   SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 5525  Ascot   Dr.  Mrs.  Theano 
Johnson,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2,073 
Total  vols  :  2,917  ;  New  :  656 
Subs  :  Mags  :  26  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  38  ;  Stud  :  851 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

OAKLAND  CHAMBER  OF  COM- 
MERCE, CITY  DIRECTORY  LI- 
BRARY. 1320  Webster  St.,  Oakland 
12.  J.  W.  Cowart,  Libn. 

Staff :  2 

Purpose :  Reference  information  for 
members  of  chamber,  staff  and  gen- 
eral public. 

Total  vols :  215 

New  Titles  :  25 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  Directories  must  be 
used  in  Chamber  Bldg.  Telephone  re- 
quests limited  to  reasonable  number. 

OAKLAND  CITY  COLLEGE,  Joseph 
C.  Laney  Trade  and  Technical  Insti- 
tute Library.  1003  Third  Ave.  Howard 
Shipman,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

OAKLAND  CITY  COLLEGE,  Liberal 
Arts  and  Merritt  Business  Library. 
5714  Grove  St.  Irwin  Mayers,  Libn. 

^ee  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

OAKLAND  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3233  Park  Blvd.  Mrs.  Helen 
Cyr,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund :  $3,785 

Total  vols  :  17,444  ;  New  :  1,136 

Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  140  ;  Stud  :  2,973  ;  Grades :  9-12 

OAKLAND  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  125 
14th  St.,  Oakland  12.  Peter  T.  Conmy, 
Libn. 

Branches :  22 
Stations  :  21 

OAKLAND  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS  & 
TEACHERS  PROFESSIONAL  LI- 
BRARY. 1025  Second  Ave.  Jessie  E. 
Boyd,  Dir. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

OAKLAND  TECHNICAL  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  4351  Broadway. 
Mrs.  Maurine  Hardin,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  li  clerks 

Book  fund :  $2,892 

Total  vols  :  23,420  ;  New :  1,545 

Subs  :  Mags  :  91 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  96 ;  Stud  :  1,843  ;  Grades :  10-12 


OAKLAND      TRIBUNE       LIBRARY. 

13th    and    Franklin,    Oakland    4.    Tel: 

TE  2-6000.  Arthur  A.  Hake!,   Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  :  2  others 

Purpose :  Clipping  reference  and  picture 
supply  for  Editorial  Department  of 
this  newspaper ;  strictly  limited  serv- 
ice to  all  others. 

Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  Pams  :  650 

VF  drawers :  1,155 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries (reference  only) 

Interlibrary  loan :  by  special  arrange- 
ment with  publisher. 

PHILATELIC  RESEARCH  SOCIETY 
LIBRARY.  3822  Harrison  St. 


ROOSEVELT  JR.  HIGH 
LIBRARY.  1926  19th  Ave. 
Todd,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  4  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,679 

Total  vols  :  4,716  ;  New  :  210 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23 

Fac  :  39  ;  Stud  :  811 ;  Grades 


SCHOOL 

Mrs.    Etta 


7-9 


SAFEWAY  STORES,  INC.  LIBRARY. 
DEPT.  4th  and  Jackson  Sts.,  Oak- 
land 4. 

ST.  ALBERTS  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
6172  Chabot  Rd.,  Oakland  11. 

ST.  ELIZABETH'S  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1530  34th  Ave.,  Oakland  1. 

SKYLINE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

12250    Skyh'ne     Blvd.     Mrs.     Erma     D. 

Robison,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book    fund:     $18,000,     capital    outlay. 

New :  3,4.50 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  69  ;  Stud  :  1,500  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

TECHNICAL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4351    Broadway,  Oakland   11. 

TENNYSON  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 20935  Whitman.  Katharine 
M.   Long,   Libn. 

U.S.  ARMY,  OAKLAND  ARMY  TER- 
MINAL POST  LIBRARY.  Oakland  14. 
Tel:  TW  3-4100,  Ext.  4190.  Mrs.  Neiie 
Holshouser,  Libn. 

U.S.  NAVAL  HOSPITAL  LIBRARY. 
8750  Mountain  Blvd.,  Oakland  14. 


14. 


MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  Oakland 


U.S.  NAVAL  SUPPLY  CENTER  LI- 
BRARY. Bldg.  321-1  Naval  Supply 
Center,  Oakland  14.  Robert  De  Baun, 
Libn. 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


OAKLAND— Continued 

U.S.  NAVAL  SUPPLY  CENTER.  IN- 
DUSTRIAL RELATIONS  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. Code  44E,  IRD,  BIdg.  321-1, 
Oakland  14.  Tel:  TW  3-4224,  ext. 
8424.  Mrs.  Colleen  Gracia,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  To  assist  management  in  solv- 
ing operational  problems  of  the  Cen- 
ter   by    acquiring    and    disseminating 
appropriate  information  and  to  assist 
the  employee  to  achieve  his  best  per- 
formance in  his  present  job. 
Total  vols  :  1,000  ;  Pams  :  2,000 
New  Titles :  60 
Subs  :  Mags  :  31 
Special  collections  :  Special  emphasis  on 

industrial  management. 
Expenditures :  $1,025 
Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other   li- 
braries 
Interlibrary  loan  :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  13th  and  Har- 
rison Sts.,  Oakland  12.  Tel:  GL  1-7010. 

WESTLAKE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2629  Harrison  St.  Mrs.  Ann 
Timmins,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $i;220 

Total  vols  :  7,464  ;  New  :  403 

Subs  :  Mags  :  19 

Fac  :  35  ;  Stud  :  729 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

WOODROW  WILSON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  451  48th  St.  Mrs. 
Mary  Cottom,  Libn. 

Stair  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,230 

Total  vols  :  6,121 ;  New  :  324 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23 

Fac  :  29  ;  Stud  :  634  ;  Grades :  7-9 

ZION     LUTHERAN    CHURCH    AND 

SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  5201   Park   Blvd. 

Mrs.  Alma  Tracey,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $140.34  ;  Circ  :  2,806 

Total  vols  :  2,230  ;  New  209 

Subs  :  Mags  :  2 

Fac :  3  ;  Stud  :  90  ;  Grades  :  1-9 


OCEANSIDE  (San  Diego  Co.) 

JEFFERSON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  823  Acacia  St.  Linda  Mc- 
Leod,  Lib«. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $3,000 

Total  vols  :  5,085  ;  New  :  1,035 

Subs  :  Mags  :  28  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  40  ;  Stud  :  940  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

OCEANSIDE-CARLSBAD  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  1100  1st  St.  Mrs.  Elizabeth 
Rexford,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 


OCEANSIDE-CARLSBAD  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1100  1st  St. 
Elizabeth  M.  Rexford,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $4,000 
Total  vols  :  16,650  ;  New  :  864 
Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac  :  18  ;  Stud  :  500  and  1,900  extended 
day  ;  Grades  :  9-14 

OCEANSIDE  HIGH  SCHOOL  AND 
JR.  COLLEGE  DISTRICT  LIBRARY. 
1100  1st  St.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Rexford, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,200  ;  Circ  :  14,121 
Total  vols  :  16,222  ;  New  :  651 
Subs  :  Mags  :  132  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac:    77;    Stud:    1,609,    extended    day 
4,800  ;  Grades  :  9-14 

OCEANSIDE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  321 
N.  Nevada.  Mary  C.  Love,  Libn. 

OCEANSIDE  UNION  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT. 2111  Mission.  Mrs.  Frances 
Russell,  Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 


OJAI  (Ventuvci  Co.) 

MATILIJA   JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. Rt.  3,  Maricopa  Rd.  Carolyn 
M.  Mallory,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  14,402 
Total  vols  :  2,455  ;  New  :  660 
Subs  :  Mags  :  19  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  27 ;  Stud  :  650  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

NORDHOFF      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY. 701  El  Paseo. 
Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  7,000 
Total  vols  :  3,400  ;  New  :  300 
Subs  :  Mags  :  29  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  26  ;  Stud  :  430  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

THE  THACHER  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Gui  Ignon,  Libn. 

Book  fund  :  $1,200  ;  Circ  :  2,400 
Total  vols  :  10,175  ;  New  :  124 
Subs  :  Mags  :  42  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  23  ;  Stud  :  118  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

VILLANOVA  PREPARATORY 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  12096  Ventura 
Ave.  Mrs.  Edna  F.  Hunt,  Libn. 

Book  fund  :  $790  ;  Circ  :  1,756 
Total  vols  :  5,486  ;  New :  358 
Subs  :  Mags  :  38 

Fac:   10;   Stud:  60;  90  extended  day; 
Grades :  9-12 

ONTA^iO  (Son  Bernardino  Co.) 

CHAFFEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5th  and  Euclid.  Adaline  Ny- 
berg,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  3  clerks 
Book  fund  :  $4,600  ;  Circ  :  50,410 
Total  vols  :  24,547  ;  New  :  1,427 
Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  135  ;  Stud  :  2,650  ;  Grades  9-12 


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ONTARIO  CITY  LIBRARY.  215  East 
C  St.  James   R.  Housel,  Libn. 

SUNKIST  GROWERS,  INC.,  RE- 
SEARCH    DEPT.    LIBRARY.    616    E. 

Grove  St. 

VINA  F.  DANKS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  318  W.  J  St.  Esther  Van 
Dyke,    Libn. 


Book  fund  :  $4,000 ;  Circ  :  15,000 
Total  vols  :  8,000 ;  New  :  1,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac :  55  ;  Stud  :  1,150 ;  Grades  9-12 

ORiNDA  UNION  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARIES,  c/o  Glorietta 
School,  15  Martha  Rd.  Mrs.  Alice 
Frederick,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


ORANGE  (Orange  Co.) 

CHAPMAN      COLLEGE      LIBRARY. 

333  N.  Glassell  St.  Marjorie  Reeves, 
Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

McPHERSON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   North   Prospect  Avenue. 

ORANGE    COUNTY     FREE     LI- 
BRARY.   12392    Piacentia    Ave.    Mrs. 
Margaret  Morrison,  Libn. 
Serves :  Entire  county  except  Anaheim, 
Buena    Park,    Fullerton,    Huntington 
Beach,  Newport  Beach,  Orange,  Pia- 
centia, Santa  Ana,  Yorba  Linda 
Outlets :  62 
Branches :   Costa  Mesa,   Garden  Grove, 

La  Habra 
Stations :   Barber   City,   Brea,   Cypress, 
Dana    Point,    El    Modena,    Lacy    Se- 
curity  Facility,    Laguna   Beach,    Los 
Alamitos,    Midway    City,    Olive,    San 
Clemente,  San  .Juan  Capistrano,  Seal 
Beach,      Silverado,      South      Laguna, 
Stanton,  Trabuco,  Tustin,  Villa  Park, 
Westminster 
Bookmobile  stops :  7 
Schools:  31 

ORANGE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
525  N.  Shaffer  St.  Mrs.  Mildred  Field, 
Libn. 

Staff :  2  libn 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  12,141 ;  New  :  580 

Subs  :  Mags  :  98  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,439  ;  Grades  10-12 

ORANGE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  101  N. 
Center  St.  Mrs.  Ethel  H.  Swanger, 
Libn. 

PORTOLA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1435  West  Maple  St.  Mrs. 
Alva  Cox,   Libn. 

YORBA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 935  N.  Cambridge.  Mrs.  Ro- 
sina  McKenzie,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Grades :  7-9 


ORSMDA  (Contra  Casta  Co.) 

MIRAMONTE     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 750  Moraga  Highway.  Grace 
Gloruigen,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 


OSLAND  (Glenn  Co.) 

ORLAND  FREE  LIBRARY.  912  Third 
St.   Margaret   L.   Kwate,   Libn. 
AiBliated  with :  Glenn  Co.  F.  L. 

ORLAND    JOINT    UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  201   Mill  St. 


OROSS  (Tuiat-e  Co.) 

OROSI     HIGH     SCHOOL     LIBRARY. 
Palm   Ave. 


OROVILLE  (Butte  Co.) 

BUTTE   COUNTY    FREE    LIBRARY. 

1566  Huntoon  St.  Ursula  Meyer,  Libn. 

Serves :  County  except  Oroville  and 
Chico 

Affiliated  with :  Biggs  and  Gridley 

Outlets  :  74 

Stations :  Bangor,  Brush  Creek,  Chico, 
Clipper  Mills,  Cresta,  De  Sabla,  Dur- 
ham, Feather  Falls,  Forbestown, 
Forest  Ranch,  Las  Plumas,  Magalia, 
Palermo,  Paradise,  Pulga,  Richvale, 
Stirling  City,  West  Liberty. 

Bookmobile  stops :  23 

Schools:  30 

BUTTE  COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse.  J.  H.  Pank,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1 ;  Income  :  $4,925 
Total  vols  :  6,500  ;  New  :  255 
Subs  :  Mags  :  20 
Open  to  public 

BUTTE   CO.  TEACHERS   LIBRARY. 

Thomas  E.  Evans,  Co.  Supt.  Included 
in  Co.  F.L. 

OROVILLE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  1677 
Montgomery  St.  Mrs.  Helen  Boone, 
Libn. 

OROVILLE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1535  Bridge  St. 


OXNARD  (Ventura  Co.) 

HUENEME  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 500  Bard  Rd.  Ellen  M.  Saito, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $10,000  ;  Circ  :  40  per  day 

Total  vols  :  3.621 ;  New  2,493 

Subs  :  Mags  :  81 ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac :  99  ;  Stud  :  1,960  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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NEWS  NOTES  OP  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


OXNARD— Continued 

OXNARD  ELEM.  DISTRICT,  IN- 
STRUCTIONAL MATERIALS  CEN- 
TER. 255  Palm  Dr.  Mrs.  Margaret 
Womack,   Libn. 

See  centralized  schools  libraries  table. 

OXNARD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
937  W.  Fifth.  Edward  Wiseblood, 
Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ :  30,856 

Total  vols  :  10,500 ;  New  :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  84  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  82  ;  Stud  :  1,600  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

OXNARD  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  424  S. 
C  St.  Emiiie   Ritchen,  Libn. 

Bookmobile  stops :  10  school 


PACSFSG  BEACH  (San  Diego  Co.) 

Pacific  Beach  Jr.  High  School  Library, 
see  San  Diego. 


PACtFIC  GROVE  (Monterey  Co.) 

HOPKINS  MARINE  STATION  LI- 
BRARY. Note:  Supported  by  Stan- 
ford University,  and  statistics  in- 
cluded with  those  of  the  University 
Libraries. 

PACIFIC  GROVE  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Forest  Avenue.  Frances  E. 
Whitehead,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,000 ;  Oirc :  8,357 

Total  vols  :  4,200  ;  New  :  206 

Subs  :  Mags  :  58  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  38  ;  Stud  :  840  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

PACIFIC  GROVE  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. Central  &  Fountain.  Mrs. 
Josephine   G.  Van    Deren,   Libn. 


PACOIMA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 


SCHOOL    Ll- 

Canyon  .   Mrs. 


PACOIMA    JR.    HIGH 

BRARY.    9919     Laurel 

Inez  Winton,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $5,126.99  ;  Circ :  22,505 

Total  vols  :  5,915  ;  New  :  1,029 

Subs  :  Mags  :  148  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  87  ;  Stud  :  2,084  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


PALM  CITY  (San  Diego  Co.) 

MAR     VISTA     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 505  Elm  Ave. 


PALM   DESERT  (Riverside  Co.) 

COLLEGE  OF  THE  DESERT  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  726,  College  to  be 
opened   in   September  1962. 


PALM  SPRINGS  (Riverside  Co.) 

PALM     SPRINGS     HIGH     SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   2248    E.    Ramon    Rd. 

WELWOOD    MURRAY    MEMORIAL 
LIBRARY.     100     So.     Palm     Canyon. 
Billie  Lu  Floan,  Libn.  (public  library) 
Affiliated  with  :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 
Branches :  1 


PALMDALE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

PALMDALE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2137  East  Ave.  R.  Alice  Bel- 
ton,    Libn. 


PALO  ALTO  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

CASTILLEJA  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1310  Bryant  St.  Mary  K.  Conroy, 
Libn, 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,144.54  ;  Circ  :  3,726 
Total  vols  :  8,970  ;  New  :  453 
Subs  :  Mags  :  24  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  :  173  ;  63  extended  day  ; 
Grades :  5-12 

CUBBERLEY     HIGH     SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 4000  Middlefield   Road.  Irene 
M.  Seward,  Libn. 
Staff  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,600  ;  Circ  :  35,000 
Total  vols  :  7,000 ;  New  :  1,122 
Subs  :  Mags  :  96  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  74  ;  Stud  :  1,350 

GENERAL  ELECTRIC  TRAVELING 
WAVE  TUBE  SECTION,  TECHNI- 
CAL LIBRARY.  601  California  Ave. 
Verna  Van  Velzer,  Libn.  Tel:  DA 
4-1661,  ext.  202. 
Staff  :1  libn 

Purpose :   Provide  bibliographic  and  li- 
brary  service   in   the  field   of   micro- 
wave electronics  and  physics  in  sup- 
port of  research  at  G.E.  TWT  Prod- 
uct   Section 
Total  vols  :  1,200  ;  Pams  :  2,300 
New  titles  :  200 ;  VF  drawers  :  55 
Subs  :  Mags  :  140  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Special   collections:    The   entire    collec- 
tion is  in  the  fields  of  electronics,  phy- 
sics, and  related  topics 
Expenditures  :  $4,000  ;  Circ :  2,000 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary  loan  :  all  libraries  on  request 
Services  :    Literature   searching  ;   photo- 
stat copying 

HEWLETT-PACKARD  COMPANY 
LIBRARY.  1501  Page  Mill  Rd.  Tel: 
DA  6-7000,  ext.  2670.  Joan  Hum- 
phreys,  Libn. 

Purpose:    Company   technical  library 
Total  vols :  4,000 

New  titles  :  300-500  ;  VF  drawers  :  28 
Subs  :  Mags  :  400  ;  Newsp  :  10 


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Special  collections  :  Electrical  and  elec- 
tronic engineering,  mathematics,  phys- 
ics, and  chemistry 
Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary  loan  :  all  libraries  on  request 
Services:    Literature   searching;   biblio- 
graphies ;   photostat  copying 

JORDAN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. California  and  Middlefield. 
Mrs.  Elizabeth  N.  Millar,  Libn. 

LOCKHEED  MISSILES  &  SPACE 
CO.,  TECHNICAL  INFORMATION 
CENTER.  3251  Hanover  St.  William 
A.  Kozumplik,  Libn.  Tel:  DA  4-3311, 
ext.  45774. 

Staff  :  25  libns  ;  33  others 
Purpose :    Support   scientific,   technolog- 
ical, and  management  efforts  in  space 

SCIGUCGS 

Total  vols':  28,000 ;  Pams :  102,000 

New  titles :  10,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  900  ;  Newsp  :  20 

Special  collections :  Security  classified 
and  unclassified  technical  reports  on 
space  scientific  subjects 

Expenditures :  $175,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  restrictd 

Services :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  &  abstracting 

PALO     ALTO      PUBLIC     LIBRARY. 
1213    Newell    Rd.    L.    Kenneth   Wilson, 
Libn. 
Branches :  4 

PALO  ALTO  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  50  Embarcadero  Rd.  Mrs. 
Emma    Ruth   Christine,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,700 

Total  vols  :  13,000  ;  New  :  700 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  103  ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  10-12 

PALO  ALTO  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT,  INSTRUCTIONAL  MA- 
TERIALS CENTER.  25  Churchill 
Ave.   Robert   Brown,   Libn. 

I  See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

PHILCO  WESTERN  DEVELOP- 
MENT LABORATORIES  LIBRARY. 
3875  Fabian  Way.  Mrs.  Beatrice  Gib- 
son,  Libn. 

I  Staff  :  2  libns  ;  3  other 
Purpose :  To  furnish  scientific  material 
to  engineers  and   scientific  personnel 

I  Total    vols:    2,500;    Pams:    100 

j  Technical  documents  :  7,000 

S  Subs  :  Mags  :  168 

!  Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

i  Interlibrary    loan :    all    libraries   on    re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;    centralized   procurement    of 
publications  and  subscriptions 


RAVENSHOOD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2050  Cooley  Ave.,  East  Palo 
Alto.    Evelyn    P.   Bennett,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $10,000 

Total  vols  :  9,400  ;  New  :  2,800 

Subs  :  Mags  :  116  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Grades :  9-12 

TEACHERS  PROFESSIONAL  LI- 
BRARY. Board  of  Education  BIdg., 
543   Channing    Ave.,    Box  450. 

VARIAN  ASSOCIATES  LIBRARY. 
610  Hansen  Way.  Mrs.  Lois  Olson, 
Libn. 

TERMAN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 655  Arastradero  Rd.  Mamie 
Slagle,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  4,326  ;  New  :  683 

Subs  :  Mags  :  34  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  46 ;  Stud  :  820  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  3201  Junipero 
Serra.  Tel:  DA  6-5600,  ext.  510.  Jack 
M.   Miller,   Libn. 

Staff :  8.3 

Purpose  :  Medical  Library  provides  med- 
ical reference,  bibliographies,  and  in- 
terlibrary loan  services  for  a  psychi- 
atric and  medical  residency  training 
program.  General  library  promotes 
bibliotherapy  and  provides  education 
and  recreational  reading  for  patients, 
staff  and  volunteers 

Total  vols :  13,129 

New  titles :  2383 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60 

Special  collections :  Neurology,  psychi- 
atry, clinical  psychology,  biochem- 
istry, psychiatric  social  work,  ethnol- 
ogy, occupational  therapy,  psychiatric 
nursing  and  recreational  therapy 

Circ :  13,175 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  all  libraries  on  request 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
graphies ;  briefing  &  abstracting ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions 

WILBUR  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 480  East  Meadow.  Mrs. 
Maurine  Johnson,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2;.500  ;  Circ  :  20,304 

Total  vols  :  7,200  ;  New  :  635 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  58  ;  Stud  :  1,249  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

PALOS   VERDES   ESTATES 
(Los  Angeles  Co.) 

MARYMOUNT  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 

Mother  M.  Constance,  Libn. 
See   State   and   other   four-year   college 
table. 


m 


NEWS  iSrOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


PALOS   VETOES   ESTATES-Contiriuest 

PALOS     VERDES     LIBRARY     DIS- 
TRICT   LIBRARY.   2400   Via    Catnpe- 
sina.   David    N.   McKay,   Libn. 
Outlets :  1  school 


PAI^ADISE  (Butte  C«3.) 

PARADISE  JR.  and  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Maxwell  Dr. 
Mrs.  Ursula  W.  Benner,  Libn. 

State :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  funds :  $3,300 

Total  vols  :  5,369  ;  New  :  850 

Subs  :  Mags  :  92  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  37  ;  Stud  :  850  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


PARAMOUhET  (Los  Atigeles  Co.) 

Paramount    Jr.    High    School    Library, 
see  under  Gompton. 

Paramount    8r.    High    School    Library, 
see  under  Gompton. 

PARAMOUNT  UNIFIED  SCHOOLS. 
15324  California.  Catherine  S.  Ott, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


PARLiER  (Fresno  Co.) 

PARLIER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

Dorothy  M.  Burrell,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teaclier-libn 

Book  fund  :  $395  ;  Circ  :  1,700 

Total  vols  :  1,200 ;  New  :  75 

Subs  :  Mag-s  :  31 ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  167  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


PASADENA  (Los  Angeies  Co.} 

BURROUGHS     CORP.,      ELECTRO- 
DATA       MANUFACTURING       AND 
ENGINEERING    DIV.   LIBRARY.  460 
Sierra    Madre    Villa.   Tel:    EL    5-8061. 
Sophia    P.    White,    Libn. 
Staff :  2  libns  ;  3  others 
Purpose :   To  provide  information   serv- 
ice to  technical  staff. 
Total  vols :  6,000 

New  Titles  :  1,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  36 
Subs  :  Mags  :  300 ;  Newsp  :  3 
Special    collections :     Digital    computer 
sj^stems;     Mathematics    and    Applied 
Programming 
Expenditures  :  $7,000 
Available  to :   Co.   '^t^rf,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting ;  centralized  procure- 
ment of  publications  and  subscriptions 


CALIFORNIA  INSTITUTE  OF 
TECHNOLOGY  LIBRARY.  1201  E. 
California  Blvd.  Dr.  Roger  Stanton, 
Dir. 

Departmental  Libraries:  (11)  Aero- 
nautics, Astrophysics,  Biology,  Chem- 
ical Engineering,  Chemistry,  General, 
Geology,  Humanities,  Industrial  Rela- 
tions, Mathematics  Research,  Mechan- 
ical Engineering. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

CHARLES  W.  ELIOT  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2134  N.  Lake 
Ave.  Altadena  (Pasadena  city  schools). 
Mrs.  Betty  B.  Werking,  Libn. 

CONSOLIDATED  ELECTRODY- 
NAMICS CORP.  LIBRARY.  300  N. 
Sierra  Madre  Villa. 

D  A  YST  RO  M-WIANCKO       ENGI- 
NEERING COMPANY  LIBRARY.  255 
N.  Halstead  Ave.  Mrs.  Nancy  M.  Mo- 
ler,  Libn.  Tel:  SY  3-9164,  ext.  251. 
Staff :  1 

Purpose :  Supply  reference  and  research 
material  to  staif  engineers  and  man- 
agement. 
Total  vols :  1,000  ;  Pams  :  2,000 
New  Titles  :  100  ;  VF  drawers  :  34 
Subs  :  Mags  :  110  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Special  collections  :  Engineering  :  mainly 

electrical,  transducers 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary   loan :    all    libraries    on    re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting  ;  cen- 
tralized   procurement    of    publications 
and  subscriptions 

FLINTRIDGE  PREPARATORY 
SCHOOL  FOR  BOYS  LIBRARY.  301 
Foothill,  La  Canada. 

FLINTRIDGE  SACRED  HEART 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  440  St. 
Katherine  Dr.,  Pasadena  15. 

FULLER  THEOLOGICAL  SEMI- 
NARY LIBRARY.  135  N.  Oakland. 
Clara  B.  Allen,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  jour-year  colleges 
table. 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1505  N.  Marengo 
Ave.,  Pasadena  3.  Harold  C.  Kime, 
Libn. 

HUNTINGTON  MEMORIAL  HOSPI- 
TAL, MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  100  Con- 
gress St.  Tel:  SY  6-0381,  ext.  405. 
Helen  M.  Kindy,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Provide  reading  and  research 
facilities  for  the  doctors,  residents, 
and  interns  on  the  hospital  staff. 

Total  vols  :  7,700  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

New  Titles  :  50  ;  VF  drawers  :  9 

Subs  :  Mags  :  250 

Special  collections :  Medicine 


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Expenditures  :  $800  ;  Circ  :  4,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  literature  searching  ;  bibliop;- 
raphies 

JET    PROPULSION     LABORATORY 

LIBRARY.  4800   Oak   Grove    Dr.  Tel: 

SY  0-6811.  Mrs.  Margaret  Barry,  Libn. 

Staff :  9  libns 

Purpose :  Service  to  JPL  professional 
and  technical  staff 

Total  vols  :  20,000  ;  Pams  :  100,000 

New  Titles :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  600  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Astronautics  and 
geoastrophysics 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  searching ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

JOHN  MARSHALL  JR.  HJGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  990  N.  Allen 
Ave.,  Pasadena  7. 

JOHN  MUIR  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1905  Lincoln  Ave.  Mrs.  Lura 
C.  Nelson,  Libn. 

Staff  :  3  libn  ;  3  clerks 

Book    fund:    $6,615.64;    Circ:    300    per 

day 
Total  vols  :  20,000  ;  New  :  1,460 
Subs  :  Mags  :  110  ;  Newsp  :  6 
Fac  :  138  ;  Stud  :  2,897  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

LA  CANADA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1100  Foothill  Blvd.,  La 
Canada  (Pasadena  city  schools). 

MOUNT  WILSON  OBSERVATORY 
LIBRARY.  813  Santa  Barbara  St., 
Pasadena  4.  Mrs.  Mary  F.  Coffeen, 
Libn. 

PASADENA  BRANCH,  LOS  AN- 
GELES COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Mezzanine,  Security  BIdg.,  Pasadena 
2. 

PASADENA  CITY  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 1570  E.  Colorado  Blvd.  Wil- 
liam  K.  Grainger,  Libn. 

See  junior  college  lihraries  table. 

PASADENA  CITY  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY SERVICES.  351  S.  Hudson 
Ave.  Lillian   M.  Watkins,  Super. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

PASADENA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
1539  E.  Howard.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  A. 
Hall,  Libn. 

PASADENA  DEPT.  OF  PUBLIC 
HEALTH  LIBRARY.  100  N.  Garfield. 
Tel:  SY  2-6161,  ext.  284.  Mrs.  Micha- 
line  Kotek,  Libn, 

Staff :  1  libn 


Purpose :  The  library  is  primarily  for 
our  staff,  since  materials  are  mostly 
of  a  technical  nature.  It  is  used,  how- 
ever, to  some  degree  by  students  pre- 
paring paper. 

Total  vols  :  200  ;  Pams  :  500 

New  titles  :  20  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Expenditures  :  $275 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

PASADENA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2925  E.  Sierra  Madre  Blvd. 
Mrs.   Helen    R.  Sebby,   Libn. 

Staff :  2  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn ;  3  clerks 

Book  fund:   $10,000;   Circ:   15,732 

Total  vols :  8,925 

Subs  :  Mags  :  147  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  160  ;  Stud  :  3,580  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

PASADENA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  285 
E.  Walnut  St.  Marjorie  Donaldson, 
Libn. 

Branches :  8 

PASADENA  STAR— NEWS  LI- 
BRARY. 525  E.  Colorado  St. 

RALPH  W.  PARSONS  COMPANY, 
RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT 
LIBRARY.  135  W.  Dayton  St. 

ST.  ANDREWS   HIGH   SCHOOL   LI- 
BRARY. 42  Chestnut.  Sr.   Francis  de 
Chantal,   Libn. 
Staff :  2  teacher-Kbns 
Book  fund  :  $664.50  ;  Circ  :  3.735 
Total  vols  :  6,287  ;  New :  379 
Subs  :  Mags  :  38  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  19  ;  Stud  :  405  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ST.  FRANCIS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 200  Michigan,  La  Canada. 

SARAH  CECILIA  KRAKOWSKI 
MEMORIAL  LIBRARY.  1434  N. 
Foothill  Blvd.,  Jewish  Community 
Center. 

THE  STUART  COMPANY  LI- 
BRARY. 3360  E.  Foothill  Blvd.  Tel: 
SY  5-7251.  Mrs.  Gertrude  M.  Clark, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  serve  all  departments  of 
pharmag/eutical  manufacturer  with  em- 
phasis on  research  and  development 
functions. 

Total  vols  :  500  ;  Pams  :  6,000 

New  titles  :  100  ;  VF  drawers  :  20 

Subs  :  Mags  :  250 

Expenditures :  $5,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loasr:,^!!  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting ;  centralized  procure- 
ment of  publications  and  subscrip- 
tions 


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PASADENA— Continued 

U.S.  NAVAL  ORDNANCE  TEST 
STATION,  PASADENA  ANNEX, 
TECHNICAL  LIBRARY.  3202  Foot- 
hill Blvd.  Tel:  SY  3-0621,  ext.  264. 

WESTERN  PERSONNEL  INSTI- 
TUTE, JOSEPH  G.  PROSSER  LI- 
BRARY. 1136  Steuben  St.  Algene 
Parsons,   Libn.  Tel:    SY  5-7203. 

Stafe :  1  libn 

Special  collections :  College  student 
personnel  administration,  educational 
and  vocational  counseling 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

WESTRIDGE  SCHOOL  FOR  GIRLS 
LIBRARY.  324  Madeline  Drive.  Mrs. 
Maygene  Giari,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,170.62  ;  Circ  :  3,103 

Total  vols  :  3,344  ;  New  :  218 

Subs  :  Mags  :  37  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  23  ;  Stud  :  162  ;  Grades  9-12 

WILLIAM  McKINLEY  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  325  S.  Oak 
Knoll. 

WOODROW  WILSON  Jr.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  300  South  Ma- 
dre.    S.    Helen    Damron,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  funds :  $2,766 

Total  vols  :  6,820 ;  New  :  620 

Subs  :  Mags  :  97  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  43  ;  Stud  :  870  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


Special  collections :  Psychiatry  ( in- 
cludes psychology,  mental  health), 
Psychiatric  nursing,  Alcoholism,  Geri- 
atrics, Neurology 

Expenditures :  $2,500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions. 

PATTON  STATE  HOSPITAL,  PA- 
TIENTS LIBRARY.  Drawer  B,  Box 
209    Alva    S.    Klotter,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols :  10,000 

New  titles  :  100  ;  VF  drawers  :  11 

Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Expenditures :  $1,100 

PERRIS  (Riverside  Co.) 

PERRIS    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   503    D 
St.  Mrs.  Nina  Nelander,  Libn. 
Aflaiiated  with :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 

PERRIS  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Highway  395. 


PESCADERO  (San  Msateo  Co.) 

PESCADERO  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  206.  Franz 
T.  von   Klooster,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,100 

Total  vols  :  475  ;  New  :  475 

Subs  :  Mags  :  11 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  8  ;  Stud  :  94  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


PASO    ROBLES  (Sen  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

PASO  ROBLES  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 24th  and  Spring  Sts. 

PASO  ROBLES  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Twelfth  and  Park  Sts.,  P.O.  Box  697. 
Mrs.  Gertrude  Chesmore,   Libn. 


PATTERSON  (Stanislaus  Co.) 

PATTERSON    UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL   LIBRARY.   P.O.   Box  547. 


PATTON  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

PATTON  STATE  HOSPITAL,  MED- 
ICAL LIBRARY.  Drawer  B,  Box  209. 
Tel:   GL  8-8121.  Alva  S.  Klotter,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols :  3,700 

New  titles  :  150  ;  VF  drawers  :  5 

Subs  :  Mags  :  116 


PETALUMA  (Sonoma  Co.) 

PETALUMA     JR.     HIGH      SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.    Webster    St.     Mrs.     Mar- 
garet Ono,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $750 ;  Circ  :  5,060 
Total  vols  :  1,300 ;  New  :  131 
Subs  :  Mags  :  13  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  18  ;  Stud  :  580  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

PETALUMA  FREE  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 4th  and  B  Sts.,  P.O.  Box 
300.    Edna    Bovett,    Libn. 

Stations :  1  school 

PETALUMA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Fair  St.  Gwyneth  Wilde, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,400  ;  Circ :  9,500 

Total  vols :  4.000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  13  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  43  ;  Stud  :  1,100  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

U.  S.  ARMY.  TWO  ROCK  RANCH 
POST  LIBRARY. 


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PICO  RIVEEtA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

EL  RANCHO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6501  S.  Passons.  Laverne 
Baker,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,992.85  ;  Circ :  28,877 

Total  vols  :  9,642  ;  New  :  1,168 

Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  116  ;  Stud  :  2,671 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


PEEDMONT  (Alameda  Co.) 

PIEDMONT  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS  LIBRARY.  Yvonne  Poi- 
rier,  Supv.  of  Elem.  Libs. 

PiPDMONT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 800  Magnolia  Ave.,  Pied- 
mont  11. 


PLACERVILLE  (El  Dorado  Co.) 

EL  DORADO  COUNTY  LIBRARY. 
2S  Sacramento  St.  Mrs.  Vera  E.  Fitch, 
Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county 
Outlets :  32 

Branches :  Lake  Valley- 
Stations  :  Camino,  Georgetown,  Pollock 

Pines,  Shingle  Springs 
Schools :  26 

EL  DORADO  CO,  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  222  Canal   St. 

EL    DORADO    CO.    LAW    LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

EL  DORADO  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  32.  Blaine  Wishart, 
Co.  Supt.  Included  in  Co.  F.L. 


PITTSBURG  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

CENTRAL   JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL   LI- 
BRARY.   351     School    Street.    Cecelia 
Myrland,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book    fund :    $3.50    per    pupil ;     Circ : 

16,000 
Total  vols :  11.000  ;  New :  920 
Subs  :  Mags  :  80 ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  46  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

THE    DOW    CHEMICAL    COMPANY 

LIBRARY.  Marian  Wickline,  Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  3  others 

Total  vols :  11,-500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  300 

Special  collections :  Chemistry 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions 

HILLVIEW  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 33  Yosemite  Dr.,  Nancy 
Menken,   Libn. 

PACIFICA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 205  Pacific  Ave.,  June  Win- 
ters, Libn. 

PITTSBURG  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
'  SBRARY.  250  School  St.  Edwin  L. 
Tyson,  Libn. 

PITTSBURG  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.  2000  Railroad  Ave.  Mrs. 
Fern   Davis,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  liiraries  taile. 


PLACENTIA  (Orange  Co.) 

I  PLACENTIA    DISTRICT    LIBRARY. 

i  143  S.  Bradford.  Mae  P.  Bariass,  Libn. 

VALENCIA   UNION    HIGH   SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   Bradford   Ave, 


PLEASANT  HILL  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

CONTRA  COSTA  COUNTY  FREE 
LIBRARY.  1750  Oak  Park  Blvd.  Mrs. 
Bertha  D.   Helium,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Rich- 
mond. 

Outlets :  66 

Branches :  Antioch,  Brentwood.  Con- 
cord, Crockett,  El  Cerrito,  El  So- 
brante,  Kensington,  Lafayette,  Mar- 
tinez, Orinda,  Pinole,  Pittsburg, 
Pleasant  Hill,  Rodeo,  San  Pablo, 
San  Ramon  Valley-Danville,  "Walnut 
Creek. 

Stations  :  Alamo,  Bethel  Island,  Byron, 
County  Hospital,  Hercules,  Knight- 
sen,  Oakley,  Pacheco,  Port  Chicago. 

Bookmobile  stops  :  39 

PLEASANT    HILL    HIGH    SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3100  Oak   Park   Blvd.   Eu- 
gene W.  McClain,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,798  ;  Circ :  14,450 
Total  vols  :  7,859  ;  New  :  114 
Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  83  ;  Stud  :  1,426  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


PLEASANTON  (Alameda  Co.) 

AMADOR  VALLEY  JT.  UNION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Santa 
Rita  Road.  Barbara  J.  Dittman,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  Ubn 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ :  7.227 

Total  vols  :  4,766  ;  New  :  854 

Subs  :  Mags  :  71 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  26  ;  Stud  :  480  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

POINT  ARENA   (Mendocino  Co.) 

POINT  ARENA  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  178.  George 
Besore,  Libn. 

POINT  LOMA  (San   Diego   Co.) 

Libraries   in   Point   Loma   listed    under 
Ban  Diego. 


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POINT   MUGU  (Ventura  Cs.) 

U.S.  NAVAL  AIR  STATION  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  41.  Tel:  HU  6-8331, 
ext.  7771.   Frances  J.   Rugen,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  educational,  rec- 
reational and  technical  reading ;  gen- 
eral reference ;  reader's  adviser  serv- 
ice to  the  military  personnel  and 
their  dependents  stationed  at  Point 
Mugu. 

Total  vols  :  11,500  ;  Pams  :  200 

New  titles  :  1.000  ;  VF  drawers  :  2 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Special  collections :  Naval  art  and  sci- 
ence, guided  missiles,  aeronautics,  in- 
ternational relations 

Expenditures  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  16,572 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrarj^  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 


POMONA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  POLYTECH- 
NIC COLLEGE,  KELLOGG-VOOR- 
HIS  CAMPUS  LIBRARY.  Harold  F. 
Wells,   Libn. 

See   state   and   other  fo%ir-year   colleges 
taile. 

EMERSON    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   635    Lincoln    Ave.    Elsie    M. 
Fossum,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  14,641 
Total  vols  :  7,792  ;  New  :  680 
Subs  :  Mags  :  77  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  .52  ;  Stud  :  1,280  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

FREMONT  JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 800  South  Garey.  Mrs.  Grace 
Eisea,   Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  200,000 
Total  vols  :  6.000  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  29  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  47  ;  Stud  :  1,103  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JOHN     MARSHALL     JR.     HIGH 

SCHOOL      LIBRARY.     1921      Arroyo. 

Geneva  Crone,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book    fund :     $1,8-36 ;    $769    N.D.E.A. ; 

Circ:  9,692 
Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  New  :  700 
Subs  :  Mags  :  38  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  42  ;  Stud  :  1,070  ;  Grades  7-9 

PACIFIC  STATE  HOSPITAL,  Pa- 
tients' Library.  Box  100.  J.  Richard 
Rivers,   Libn. 

Staff :  .5  libn 

Purpose :    Recreation   and  bibliotherapy 

for  the  patients 
Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  Pams  :  400 
New  titles  :  300  ;  VF  drawers  :  5 
Subs  :  Mags  :  23  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Expenditures  :  $500  ;  Circ  :  455 
Services :      Film      library ;      recordings 

(tape  or  disc). 


PACIFIC  STATE  HOSPITAL  STAFF 

LIBRARY.   P.O.   Box  100.  Tel:    LY  5- 

1221,  ext.  277.  Mrs.  Eleanor  E.  Wash, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  1.5  libn  ;  1  patient 

Purpose :  To  supply  medical  and  other 
information  to  staff  members  and  to 
assist  in  hospital  research  and  train- 
ing programs. 

Total  vols  :  4,788  ;  Pams  :  5,000 

New  titles  :  588  ;  VF  drawers  :  16 

Subs  :  Mags  :  200 

Special  collections :  Mental  retardation, 
psychiatry,  medicine,  psychology  and 
allied  fields 

Expenditures  :  $5,170 ;  Circ :  7,366 

Available  to :  Co  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  To  all  libraries  on 
request 

Services :  Bibliographies 

POMONA  BRANCH,  LOS  ANGELES 
COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY.  County 
Courts  Building,  350  W.  Fifth  Ave. 

POMONA   CATHOLIC    HIGH 
SCHOOL     LIBRARY.     533     W.     Holt 
Ave.  Sr.  Mary  Malvina,  Libn. 
Staff:  1  libn;  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund:  $1,312.-50;  Circ:  4,036 
Total  vols  :  5,341 ;  New :  277 
Subs  :  Mags  :  42 ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  18  ;  Stud  :  525  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

POMONA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
650  E.   Holt.  Una  S.  Moran,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $-51000  ;  Circ  :  13,011 

Total  vols  :  5,400  ;  New  :  1,539 

Subs  :  Mags  :  99 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac :  47  ;  Stud  :  1,117 ;  Grades  :  10-12 

POMONA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  380  N. 
Main  St.  Raymond  M.  Holt,  Libn. 

Branches :  1 
Stations :  2 

POMONA    UNIFIED    SCHOOL    DIS- 
TRICT,      CURRICULUM       CENTER 
LIBRARY.  700  N.  Gibbs  St.  Elizabeth 
Reining,   Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


PORTERVILLE  (Tulare  Co.) 

PORTERVILLE  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 1525  S.  Main  St.  Mrs.  Emmy 
L.   Ritz,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

PORTERVILLE  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS  CENTRAL  LIBRARY.  706 
N.  Kessing.  Donald  E.  Seager,  Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

PORTERVILLE    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 
200   E.  Thurman   St.   Mrs.   Dorothy   D. 
Margo,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with :  Tulare  Co.  F.  L. 


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PORTERVILLE  STATE   HOSPITAL, 

MEDICAL   LIBRARY.   Box  2000.  Tel: 

SU    4-2000.     Mrs.    Mary    Jane    Berry, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Reference  and  educational 
needs  of  staff 

Total  vols  :  1,775  ;  Pams  :  200 

New  titles  :  300  ;  VF  drawers  :  2 

Subs  :  Mags  :  110  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Medicine,  Psychol- 
ogy, Sociology 

Expenditures  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  2,143 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions 

PORTERVILLE  STATE   HOSPITAL, 

PATIENTS      LIBRARY.      Box      2000. 

Mrs.  Mary  Jane  Berry,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Recreation  and  education  for 

patients 
Total  vols :  2,000 
New  titles :  200 
Subs  :  Mags  :  2 
Expenditures :  $500 
Available  to :  Patients 

PORTERVILLE     UNION     HIGH 

SCHOOL     LIBRARY.    735    W.    Olive. 

Mrs.  Bianciie  C.  Waters,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  11,791 ;  New  :  705 

Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  98  ;  Stud  :  2,100  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


PORT   HUENEME  (Ventura  Co.) 

Hueneme  High  School  Lilrary,  see  un- 
der Oxnard. 

U.S.  NAVAL  CIVIL  ENGINEERING 
LABORATORY  LIBRARY.  Tel:  HU 
6-1651,  ext.  252.  Mrs.  Hope  S.  Smith, 
Libn. 

U.S.  NAVAL  CONSTRUCTION 
BATTALION  CENTER  LIBRARY. 
Mrs.  Audrey  Hanes,  Libn. 


Pi?9NCETON  (Coiusa  Co.) 


CONSTRUCTION  EQUIP- 
MENT DEPARTMENT  LIBRARY. 
Mrs.   Byrde   Knudson,   Libn. 

U.S.  NAVAL  SCHOOLS,  CIVIL  EN- 
GINEER CORPS  OFFICERS,  LI- 
BRARY. U.S.N.  Construction  Bat- 
talion Center.  E.  Frances  Mason. 
Libn. 

PORTOLA  (Plumsts  Co.) 

PORTOLA    JR.-SR.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.    California     St.     Mrs.     Lo- 

retta  Johnson,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $750 

Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  New  :  150 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  275  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


PRINCETON  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Florence 
McCoy,  Libn. 


POEMTE  (Los  AngeEes  Co.) 

PUENTE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  313  Nelson  St.,  P.O.  Box 
1299 

QOGNCY  (Plumas  Co.) 

PLUMAS     COUNTY     FREE     LI- 
BRARY.    Courthouse.     M.     Josephine 
Moore,   Libn. 
Serves :    Entire    county.    Sierra    County 

by  contract. 
Contracts  with  :  Sierra  County 
Outlets :  15 

Stations :  Beckwourth,  Belden,  Caribou, 
Chester,  Cbilcoot,  Crescent  Mills, 
Cromberg,  Greenville,  La  Porte,  Por- 
tola,  Storrie,  Taylorsville,  Twain, 
Vinton. 

PLUMAS  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse. 

PLUMAS  CO.  TEACHERS'  PRO- 
FESSIONAL  LIBRARY. 

PLUMAS  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARY. 

QUINCY     JR.-SR.     HIGH     SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Box  697.  Mrs.  Grace  Rich- 
ards,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,100  ;  Circ  :  9,300 
Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  240 
Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  6 
Fac  :  27  ;  Stud  :  425  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

SIERRA  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Address:  Plumas  Co.  Free  Library, 
Quincy.    M.   Josephine    Moore,    Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county 

Contracts  with :   Plumas  Co.  F.   L.   for 

service 
Outlets  :  6 
Stations :   Alleghany,  Downieville,   Loy- 

alton.    Pioneer    Camp,    Sierra    City, 

Sierraville 


RAMONA  (San  Diego  Co.) 

RAMONA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Ninth  and  G  Sts.,  P.O. 
Box  347 


RAr^CHO  CORDOVA  (Sacramento  Co.) 

MILLS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10439  Coloma  Rd.  Mrs.  Mary 
Anne  Weigel,  Libn. 


RAYMOND  (Madera  Co.] 

RAYMOND  GRANITE  UNION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Patricia 
Pimentel,   Libn. 


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NEWS  NOTES  OP  CALIFOENIA  LIBRARIES 


RED  BLUFF  (Tehama  Co.) 

HERBERT  KRAFT  FREE  PUBLIC 
LIBRARY.  909  Jefferson  St.  Mrs.  Ella 
Hendricks,    Libn. 

RED  BLUFF  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Franklin  St.  Alice  S.  Mc- 
Clure,    Libn. 

TEHAMA       COUNTY      FREE       LI- 
BRARY.    726     Washington     St.     Mrs. 
Alice  Mathisen,  Libn. 
Serves :  entire  county  except  Red  Bluff 
Affiliated  with  :  Corning  Public  Library 
Outlets :  167 

Stations :      Gerber,     Flournoy,     Inskip, 
Kirkwood,   Los  Molinos,  Los  Robles, 
Mineral,  Olive,  Pine  Creek,  Tehama, 
Vina. 
Bookmobile  stops :  133 
Schools :  51 

TEHAMA      CO.      LAW       LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

TEHAMA  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. Courthouse. 


REDDING  (Shasta  Co.) 

ENTERPRISE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Box  71. 

SHASTA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Eu- 
reka Way.   India  A.  Newton,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  iahle. 

SHASTA  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
1527  Yuba  St.  Esther  L.  Mardon,  Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county 

Outlets :  20 

Stations :  Anderson,  Bella  Vista,  Bur- 
ney,  Castella,  Central  Valley,  Cotton- 
wood, Enterprise,  Fall  River  Mills, 
French  Gulch,  Hat  Creek,  Lakehead, 
Millville,  Montgomery  Creek,  Oak 
Run,  Ono,  Palo  Cedro,  Pit  #5,  Pla- 
tina.  Redding,  Whitmore 

SHASTA  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

SHASTA  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY. 
Pine   St.  James    Mullins,    Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SHASTA  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY.   Mrs.    Lucy    Hunt,    Co.    Supt. 

SHASTA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
Eureka  Way.  Mrs.  Evelyn  Crouch, 
Libn. 


REDLANDS  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

A.    K.    SMILEY    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 
4th  and  Vine.   Edith  W.  Taylor,  Libn. 


EDWARD  M.  COPE  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1100  W.  Cypress. 
Mrs.  Helen  Loge,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  63,500 

Total  vols  :  4,000 ;  New  :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  38  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  40  ;  Stud  :  1,000  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

GRAND  CENTRAL  ROCKET  CO., 
TECHNICAL  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box 
111.  Belle  D.  Berlad,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  others 

Purpose :  Provide  needed  literature  of 
staff  of  GCR  Co.  in  all  departments, 
particularly  scientific  and  technical 
personnel 

Total  Vols  :  2,000  ;  Pams  :  4,000 

New  Titles  :  150  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections :  Solid  propellants, 
space  technology,  chemistry,  engineer- 
ing 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications   and   subscriptions 

REDLANDS  ELEMENTARY 

SCHOOLS  CENTRAL  LIBRARY.528 
Orange  St. 

REDLANDS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. June  M.  Miley,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  15,473 

Total  vols  :  6,500  ;  New  :  800 

Subs :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  41 ;  Stud  :  940  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

REDLANDS  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 653  E.  Fern. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  REDLANDS  LI- 
BRARY. Esther  M.  Hiie,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 


REDONDO  BEACH  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

AVIATION       HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY. 2025  Manhattan  Beach  Blvd. 
John  E.  Geyer,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $5,000  ;  Circ  :  25,000 
Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  1,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  96  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,-300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

MIRA    COSTA    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   701     S.     Peck.     Rebecca     C. 
Cowan,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  funds  :  $5,605  ;  Circ  :  18,345 
Total  vols  :  11,104  ;  New  :  1,004 
Subs  :  Mags  :  114  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  90  ;  Stud  :  1,984  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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REDONDO  BEACH  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. City  Park. 

Branches :  1 

REDONDO  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  631  Vincent  Park.  Fred- 
erick W.  Siegel,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund :  $6,000 

Total  vols  :  15,180 ;  New  :  1,174 

Subs  :  Mags  :  123  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  90  ;  Stud  :  2,000  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SOUTH  BAY  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  CURRICULUM  LI- 
BRARY. 222  N.  Pacific  Coast.  Mrs. 
Sue  Snido,  Libn. 


REDWOOD  CITY  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

AMPEX  CORPORATION  TECHNI- 
CAL INFORMATION  SERVICE  LI- 
BRARY. 934  Charter  St.  Tel:  EM 
9-7111,  Ext.  220.  Mark  Baer,  Dir. 

REDWOOD  CITY  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 881  Jefferson.  Karl  Voll- 
mayer,  Libn. 

Branches :  1 
Stations :  1  school 

REDWOOD  CITY  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT. 400  Duane  St.  Mrs.  Viola 
Hammer,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

SAN  MATEO  COUNTY  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. Hall  of  Justice  and  Records. 
W.  H.  Thorpe,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 ;  Income  :  $28,444.22 
Total  vols  :  11,210  ;  New  :  359 
Open  to  public 

SAN  MATEO  CO.  SCHOOLS  AND 
TEACHERS  PROFESSIONAL  LI- 
BRARY. Courthouse.  Mrs.  Beryl 
Erickson,  Libn. 

SEQUOIA       HIGH       SCHOOL       LI- 
BRARY.  Broadway  and    Brewster.   F. 
Curtis  May,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  31  clerks 
Book  fund :  $5,500 
Total  vols  :  20,000  ;  New  :  1,450 
Subs  :  Mags  :  121 ;  Newsp  :  6 
Fac  :  100  ;  Stud  :  1,975  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WOODSIDE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Woodside  Rd.  and  Churchill 
Ave.  Mrs.  Virginia  Barrett,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $12,355  ;  Circ  :  16,327 

Total  vols :  8,878  ;  New  :  3,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  75  ;  Stud  :  1,830  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


REEDLEY  (Fresno  Co.) 

REEDLEY  COLLEGE   LIBRARY.   C. 
W.  Abshire,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  libraries  table. 


REEDLEY        JT.        UNION         HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    North    Avenue. 

Margaret  Martens,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $550  ;  Circ  :  17,597 

Total  vols  :  7,795  ;  New :  148 

Subs  :  Mags  :  91 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  52 ;  Stud  :  928  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


REPRESA  (Sacramento  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA        STATE        PRISON, 

FOLSOM     LIBRARY.     P.O.     Box     W. 

David  Kantor,  Libn. 

Purpose :  Provide  complete  library  serv- 
ice for  inmates  and  civilian  personnel 

Subs  :  Mags  :  120 ;  Newsp  :  8 

Expenditures :  $5,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan  :  No  loans 

See  also  state  prison  and  correctional 
school  libraries  table. 


RESEDA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CLEVELAND  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 8140  Van  Alden.  Catherine  J. 
Hall,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2^593.81 ;  Circ  :  11,958 

Total  vols  :  4,315  ;  New  :  1,272 

Subs  :  Mags  :  90  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  83  ;  Stud  :  1,926  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

RESEDA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
18230  Kittridge  Ave.  Tatiana  P.  Kea- 
tinge,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,200  ;  Circ  :  4,560 

Total  vols :  7,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  92  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  80  ;  Stud  :  1,903  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SEQUOIA    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.    18605     Erwin     St,     Berdine 
Petri,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,819  ;  New  :  1,533 
Subs  :  Mags  :  95  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  82  ;  Stud  :  2,038  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

VALLEY  BRANCH  OF  WIDNEY 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  821S  Van- 
alden  A>ve.  Mrs.  Palma  E.  Cass,  Libn. 


RIA8.TO  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

Rialto    Jr.    High    School    Library,    see 
San  Bernardino. 


RICHMOMS  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

ADAMS     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.  Loring   at   Arlington.   Eliza- 
beth Richardson,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $5,932.24 ;  Circ :  12,851 
Total  vols  :  5,315 ;  New  :  2.060 
Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac :  40  ;  Stud  :  1,021 ;  Grades  :  7-9 


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CALIFORNIA    RESEARCH    CORPO- 
RATION     LIBRARY.     576     Standard 
Ave.  Tel:    BE   2-1514,   ext.  2105.    Mrs. 
Nancy  J.  Haritatos,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  10  others 
Purpose :  Information  for  researcli  staff 
engaged  in  petroleum  and  petrochem- 
ical,    process    and    product,    research 
and  development 
Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  Pams  :  5,000 
New  Titles  :  500  ;  VF  drawers  :  120 
Subs  :  Mags  :  780  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Expenditures :  $25,000  ;  Circ  :  95,000 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting ; 
centralized  procurement  of  publica- 
tions and  subscriptions 

DE    ANZA    JR.-SR.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  5000  Valley  View  Rd.  Olga 

M.  Donegan,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Total  vols  :  9,348  ;  New  :  972 

Subs  :  Mags  :  71 ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  89  ;  Stud  :  1,907  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

EL  CERRITO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Ashbury  and  Eureka  Aves., 
El  Cerrito  8  (Richmond  city  schools). 
Mrs.  Marie  Nelson,  Libn. 

GRANADA   JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.  State   Ave.   and    S.   45th    St. 
Eiouise   Tolman,    Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,737  ;  Circ  :  5,144 
Total  vols  :  3,358  ;  New  :  496 
Subs  :  Mags :  28  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  31 ;  Stud  :  753  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HARRY  ELLS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 130  33d  St.  Dorothy  H.  Moist, 
Libn. 

HELMS     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.   2500     Road    20.    San     Pablo 
(Richmond   City  schools)).   Mrs.  Jua- 
nita   Edmons,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  .S1.200  ;  Circ  :  13,772 
Total  vols  :  7,287  ;  New  :  512 
Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  60 ;  Stud  :  1,350  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LONGFELLOW  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY  (AND  STATION,  RICH- 
MOND PUBLIC  LIBRARY).  239  23d 
St. 

PORTOLA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1021  Navallier  St.,  El  Cerrito 
(Richmond  city  schools). 

RICHMOND       PUBLIC        LIBRARY. 

Civic     Center     Plaza.     Coit     Coolidge, 

Libn. 

Branches :  1 

Stations  :  1 

Schools :  12 


RICHMOND  UNION  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  23d  St.  and  Tu- 
lare Ave.,  Richmond  10. 

ROOSEVELT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY  (AND  STATION,  RICH- 
MOND PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  9th  St. 
and   Bisseli  Ave. 

SALESIAN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2851  North  Ave.  Rev.  Mi- 
chael  Ribotto,  Libn. 

TRACERLAB,  INC.,  LIBRARY.  2030 
Wright   Ave.   Trudy    Henington,    Libn. 

Purpose  :  To  help  employees  keep  up  to 
date  on  new  developments  in  their 
field  and  provide  a  source  of  reference 
materials 

Total  vols  :  550  ;  Pams  :  1,200 

New  Titles  :  50  ;  VF  drawers  :  6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60 

Expenditures :  $1,500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA.  IN- 
STITUTE    OF    TRANSPORTATION 
AND   TRAFFIC   ENGINEERING    LI- 
BRARY.   1301    S,    46th    St.    Tel:     BE 
5-6009,  ext.  239.  Beverly  Hickok,  Libn. 
Staff  :  2  libns  ;  IJ  others 
Purpose :    To   serve   institute   staff   and 
graduate  students  as  well  as  the  pub- 
lic concerning  all  phases  of  transpor- 
tation,   especially    highway    and    air 
transportation 
Total  vols :  8,652  ;  Pams  :  15,283 
New  Titles :  2,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  444  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Expenditures  :  .$3,300 ;  Circ  :  3,100 
Available   to :    Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;      film      library ;      recordings 
(tape  or  disc) 


REDG£CREST  (Kern  Co.) 

BURROUGHS     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. Jessie  L.  Riffe,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  -J  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2^080  ;  Circ  :  8,358 

Total  vols  :  4,191 ;  New  :  851 

Subs  :  Mags  :  72  :  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  47  ;  Stud  :  882  ;  Grades :  9-12 


i 


RIO   LilMDA  (Saercamento  Cs.) 

RIO  LINDA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 12th  and  G  Sts.  Mrs.  Pfeiffer, 
Libn. 

RBO   VISTA  (Solano  Co.) 

RIO  VISTA  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Mariana 
Harden,  Libn. 


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RiVEI^DALE  (Fresno  Co.) 

RIVERDALE  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Mt.  Whitney  St. 
Mrs.   Charlotte   Sawyers,    Libn. 


RiVERSIDE  (Riverside  Co.) 

CENTRAL  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4795  Magnolia.  Marjorie 
Wintz,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  18,035 

Total  vols  :  5,829  ;  New  :  791 

Subs  :  Mags  :  33  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  59  ;  Stud  :  1,425  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CHEMAWA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 8830  Magnolia.  Verna  B.  Mc- 
Keehan,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,800  ;  Circ  :  17,097 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  43  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  49  ;  Stud  :  1,163  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JURUPA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 8700  Galena  St.  Verl  N. 
Vyolfe,  Libn. 

.Staff:    1  libn;    i   clerk 
I  Book  fund  :  $3,600 

Total  vols  :  3,578  ;  New  :  348 

Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  48  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

POLYTECHNIC  HIGH  SCHOOL  Ll- 
iBRARY.  3575  Terracina.  Winifred 
Turner,  Libn. 

^ Staff:  2  1ibns;  1  clerk 
Book  fund:  $5,000;  Circ:  30,333 
■Total  vols  :  11,104  ;  New  :  989 
Subs  :  Mags  :  130  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  110  ;  Stud  :  2,163  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

RAMONA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
7675  Magnolia  Ave.  Louise  Didden, 
Libn. 

.Staff:  2  libns;  1  clerk 
;Book  fund  :  $7,500  ;  Circ  :  35,841 
iTotal  vols  :  11,572  ;  New  :  2,468 
'Subs  :  Mags  :  107  ;  Newsp  :  6 
iFac  :  122  ;  Stud  :  2,470  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

(RIVERSIDE     CITY     COLLEGE     LI- 
BRARY. 3650    Fairfax   Ave.   Dr.   Wil- 
liam Haarstad,  Libn. 
'JSee  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

IRIVERSIDE  CITY  SCHOOLS  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARY.  3954  12th  St.  Mil- 
dred Brown,  Libn. 

^S'ee  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

(RIVERSIDE  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 7th  and  Orange  Sts.  Albert 
iC.  Lake,  Libn. 

'Serves :  Entire  county 

Contracts    with :    Riverside    Public    Li- 

;    brary 

'Affiliated     with :     Banning,     Beaumont, 

I  Palo  Verde  Valley  (Blythe),  Coa- 
chella.  Corona,  Elsinore,  Hemet,  In- 
dio,  Perris,  San  .Jacinto,  Welwood 
Murray  Memorial  (Palm  Springs) 


Outlets  :  81 

Branches :  Arlington,  Marcy 

Stations :  Aguanga,  Cabazon,  Casa 
Blanca,  Canyon  Crest,  Cathedral 
City,  Desert  Center,  Desert  Hot 
Springs,  Eagle  Mountain,  Glen  Avon, 
Highgrove,  Idyllwild,  La  Sierra,  Lin- 
coln Park,  Midland,  Norco,  Nuview, 
Oasis,  Palm  Desert,  Ripley,  Rubi- 
doux,  Sunnymead,  Temecula,  Ther- 
mal, Valle  Vista 

Bookmobile  stops :  13 

Schools :  30 

RIVERSIDE  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Riverside. 

RIVERSIDE  PUBLIC   LIBRARY.  7th 
and  Orange  Sts.  Albert  C.  Lake,  Libn. 
Distributing  agencies  listed  under  River- 
side Co.  F.  L. 

RUBIDOUX  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4250  Opal.  Bertha  M.  Lor- 
enz,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $7,000  ;  Circ  :  13,500 
Total  vols:  5,390;  New:  2,547 
Subs  :  Mags :  106  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  44  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SIERRA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY, 4950  Central  Ave.  Mrs.  Co- 
rinne  E.  Smith,  Libn. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA  LI- 
BRARY. Riverside.  Edwin  T.  Coman, 
Jr.,  Libn. 

Branches  or  Departmental  Libraries : 
Agricultural  Sciences  Library  (for- 
merly Citrus  Experiment  Station  Li- 
brary), Physical  Sciences  Library. 

See  universities  table. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA. 
CITRUS  RESEARCH  CENTER  AND 
AGRICULTURAL  EXPERIMENT 
STATION  LIBRARY.  Tel:  OV  4-2210, 
ext.  431  and  432.  Mrs.  Kathryn  For- 
rest, Libn. 

Staff  :  3  libns  ;  2i  others 
Purpose :    To    furnish    information    and 
assistance    for    the    Citrus    Research 
Center    staff    members,    visiting    re- 
search  scientists,   letters   and   science 
faculty ;  graduate  and  undergraduate 
agricultural  students. 
Total  vols  :  21,387  :  Pams  :  3,649 
New  Titles  :  900  ;  VF  drawers  :  9 
Subs  :  Mags  :  645  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Special  collections  :  Avocado  collection  ; 
citrus  fruits  ;  citrus  industry  in  Cali- 
fornia ;    all    USDA    publications    and 
Agricultural  Experiment  Station  pub- 
lications 
Expenditures  :  $12,1-50 
Available   to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  film  li- 
brary ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications   and   subscriptions 


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RIVERSIDE-Continued 

UNIVERSITY  HEIGHTS  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2060  8th  St. 
Dorothy   Hirschberg,   Libn. 

ROCKLIN  (Placer  Co.) 

SIERRA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  P.O. 
Box  789,  Lee  Mine  Rd.  at  Hwy.  40. 
Mrs.  Elma  L.  Clark  Young,  Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

ROLLING  HILLS  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CHADWICK  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
4040  W.  Palos  Verdes  Dr.  N.  Klaus  K. 
Knab,  Libn. 

ROSEMEAD  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Rosemead    High    School    Library,    see 
Under  El  Monte. 


ROSEVILLE  (Placer  Co.) 

ROSEVILLE  PUBLIC   LIBRARY.557 
Lincoln  St.  Mrs.  Alice   E.  Ickes,  Libn. 
Contracts  with  :  Placer  Co.  F.  L. 
Stations :  1 

ROSEVILLE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Campo   St. 

ROSS  (Marin  Co.) 

THE  KATHARINE  BRANSON 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Fernhill  Ave. 
Mrs.    Elizabeth    Spangenberg,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $400  ;  Giro :  872 

Total  vols  :  6,539  ;  New  :  223 

Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  25  ;  Stud  :  167  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


SACRAMENTO  (Sacramento  Co.) 

AEROJET- GENERAL        CORP., 
TECHNICAL     LIBRARY.     P.O.     Box 
1947,  Sacramento  9.   Dr.   Dan  T.  Bed- 
sole,   Libn.  Tel:    YU   5-5111,  ext.  6343. 
Staff :  5  libns  :  20  others 
Purpose :  To  provide  technical  informa- 
tion  and   library   services    needed   at 
Sacramento  Plants  of  Aerojet-General 
Corp. 
Total  vols  :  18,500 ;  Pams  :  50,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  614  ;  Newsp :  10 
Special    collections :     Chemistry,    Engi- 
neering,   Rocket    Propulsion,    Rocket 
Propellants,    Rocketry,    Mathematics, 
Science,  Trade  Catalog  Collection 
Available    to:    Co.    staff    and    other   li- 
braries 
Interlibrary   loan :    all   libraries   on   re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;    photostat    copying ;    briefing 
and  abstracting ;  centralized  procure- 
ment   of    publications    and    subscrip- 
tions 


AMERICAN  RIVER  JUNIOR  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  4700  College  Oak 
Dr.   Dr.   Robert   C.  Jones,    Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

BISHOP  ARMSTRONG  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  4515  Sacramento 
Blvd. 

CALIFORNIA  HIGHWAY  PATROL 
ACADEMY  LIBRARY.  Meadowview 
Rd.  near  24th  St. 

CALIFORNIA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  2991  Land  Park  Dr.  Sacra- 
mento 18. 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  LIBRARY.  Li- 
brary and  Courts  BIdg.,  P.O.  Box  2037, 
Sacramento  9.  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh, 
State  Librarian. 

For  annual  statistical  summary,  see 
page  2,  Sutro  Library  see  San  Fran- 
cisco. 

CALIFORNIA-WESTERN  STATES 
LIFE  INSURANCE  CO.  LIBRARY. 
21st  and  L  Sts. 

C.  K.  McCLATCHY  S  R.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3066  Freeport 
Blvd.  Jeanette  F.  Craig,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,375  ;  Circ  :  18,391 

Total  vols  :  9,419  ;  New  :  611 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150 ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac:  117;  Stud:  2,426;  Grades:  10-12 

CHRISTIAN  BROTHERS  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  21st  and  Broadway,  Sac- 
ramento  18. 

EL    CAMINO     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. 4300  El  Camino  Ave.  Frances  ; 
M.  Smith,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  ^  clerk 
Book  fund  :  3,750  ;  Circ  :  13,237 
Total  vols  :  5,462  ;  New  :  1,075 
Subs  :  Mags  :  102  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  79  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

FERN  BACON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4141  Turnbridge  Dr.,  Sac- 
ramento 21.  Miss  Sydney  Liersch, 
Libn. 

HIRAM     W.    JOHNSON    SR.     HIGH  I 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   6879    14th    Ave. 

Evelyn  K.  Stewart,  Libn. 

Staff:  2  libn;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $8,000 

Total  vols :  5,067  ;  New :  2,066 

Newsp :  3 

Fac  :  106  ;  Stud  :  2,108  ;  Grades  10-12 

JOAQUIN     MILLER    JR.    HIGH< 

SCHOOL     LIBRARY.    4701     Joaquin 

Way.  Mrs.  Lillian  Altman,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1,200 ;  Circ  :  18,853 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New :  349 

Subs  :  Mags :  93  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  76 ;  Stud :  1,750 ;  Grades  :  7-9 


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KIT  CARSON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1324  54th  St.  Frances 
Graves,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Book  fund  :  $950  ;  Circ  :  22,000 

Total  vols  :  3,550 ;  New  :  233 

Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  53 ;  Stud  :  1,120  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LINCOLN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 418  P  St.  Midori  Enkoji, 
Libn. 

IVIcGEORGE  COLLEGE  OF  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. 3282  5th  Ave.,  P.O.  Box 
2670.  Herbert  V.  Clayton,   Libn. 

Staff:  2 

Total  vols  :  9,136  ;  New  :  4,385 

Subs  :  Mags  :  14 

Open  to  public ;  mainly  reference 

MARY  GLIDE  GOETHE  MEMORIAL 
LIBRARY  OF  RELIGIOUS  EDUCA- 
TION. 3720  Folsom  Blvd.,  Sacramento 
16. 

Note :  Operated  by  Sacramento  Council 
of  Churches. 

PAUL  H.  GUTMAN  LIBRARY  OF 
THE  SACRAMENTO  COUNTY  SO- 
CIETY FOR  MEDICAL  IMPROVE- 
MENT. 5380  Elvas  Ave.,  Sacramento 
16. 

PETER  LASSEN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  5022  58th  St.,  Sacramento 
20. 

SACRAMENTO  BEE  REFERENCE 
LIBRARY.  21st  and  Q  Sts. 

SACRAMENTO  CITY  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY, 3835  Freeport  Blvd.  Mrs. 
Marie  Erwin,  Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  tahle. 

SACRAMENTO  CITY  LIBRARY.  9th 
and  I  Sts.  Dorothy  Drake,  Libn. 
Branches :  5 
Bookmobile  stops :  24 

^SACRAMENTO  CITY  UNIFIED 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  1619  N  St.,  Sac- 
ramento 10.  Bernice  Braden,  Libn. 

\8ee  centralized  school  libraries  tatle. 

[SACRAMENTO  COUNTY  FREE  Ll- 
iBRARY.  914  7th    St.,   Sacramento   14. 
I  Frederick  A.  Wemmer,  Libn. 
Serves  :  entire  county  except  Sacramento 

City 
Outlets :  25 

Contract    Branches :    Antelope,    Court- 
!     land,  Fruitridge,  Wilton 
Stations :    Arcade,    Arden,    Carmichael, 
i     Del    Paso,    Elk    Grove,    Fair    Oaks, 
'      Florin,   Folsom,  Foothill,   Gait,   Hag- 
ginwood,    Isleton,    North    Highlands, 
North  Sacramento,  Orangevale,  Ran- 
cho  Cordova,  Rio  Linda,  South  Sacra- 
mento, Sylvan,  Walnut  Grove 

i SACRAMENTO  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
I  Courthouse,  6th  and  I  Sts. 


SACRAMENTO  CO.  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. 3257  Folsom  Blvd.  Harlow 
W.  Clarke,  Dir. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

SACRAMENTO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2315  34th  St.  Dean  W.  Greg- 
ory, Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns. 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  31,500 

Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  New  :  1,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Fac  :  142  ;  Stud  :  2,800  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SACRAMENTO  STATE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  6000  J  St.  Alan  D.  Covey, 
Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
taile. 

ST.  FRANCIS  GIRLS'  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2529  K  St.,  Sac- 
ramento 16. 

ST.  JOSEPH  ACADEMY  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  815  G  St.,  Sac- 
ramento 14.  Sister  Mary  Aquin,  Libn. 

ST.  THOMAS  AQUINAS  LIBRARY. 
1115  K  St.,  Sacramento  14. 

STANFORD  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3545  Sacramento  Blvd.,  Sac- 
ramento 17.  Mrs.  Annalee  Murphy, 
Libn. 

STATE  AUDITOR-GENERAL  LI- 
BRARY. 2169  State  Capitol. 

STATE  BOARD  OF  EQUALIZA- 
TION, LAW  LIBRARY.  1020  N  St. 
Mildred  L.  Washborn,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  The  law  library  serves  the 
State  Board  of  Equalization ;  pri- 
marily the  Legal  Section 

Total  vols  :  3,800  ;  Pams :  300 

New  titles  :  196  ;  VF  drawers  :  6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  23 

Special  collections :  Law,  taxes,  admin- 
istration and  management 

Circ  :  mainly  a  reference  library 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted 

Services :  photostat  copying 

STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRI- 
CULTURE    LIBRARY.     1220     N     St., 

Sacramento    14.   Tei:    HI    5-4711,    Ext. 

3992.  Mrs.  Barbara  Prior,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  other 

Purpose :  Reference  library  for  agricul- 
ture 

Total  vols:  1,500;  Pams:  lOO's 

VF  drawers,  8 

Subs  :  Mags :  171 ;  Newsp  :  21 

Circ :  Reference  only 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching 


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SACRAMENTO— ConttrBued 

STATE  DEPT.  OF  CONSERVATION, 
DEPT.  OF  FISH  AND  GAME,  DEPT. 
OF     PARKS    &     RECREATION     LI- 
BRARY.  State   Office   B!dg.   1,  Sac'to. 
14.    Tel:     HI    5-4711,    Ext.    5817.    Mrs. 
Evelyn  Oathout,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1.5  libns  ;  1  other 
Purpose :  To  provide  library  services  for 
supporting  agencies.  Special  strength 
in   freshwater   fisheries   and   forestry, 
as  well  as  management,  statistics,  su- 
pervision material 
Total  vols  :  4,657  ;  Pams  :  8,000 
New  titles  :  1,200  ;  VF  drawers  ;  2 
Subs  :  Mags  :  280  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Special  collections :   Special  strength  in 
freshwater  fisheries  and  forestry  ;  bi- 
ology,   zoology,    zoonoses,   recreation, 
personnel  management. 
Expenditures:  $14,037;   Circ.  17,025 
Available   to :    Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  biblio- 
graphies ;  photostat  copying ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions. 

STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  EDUCA- 
TION. Division  of  Libraries,  see  Cali- 
fornia State  Library. 

STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  EDUCA- 
TION,      CURRICULUM       LABORA- 
TORY.   721    Capitol    Ave.,    Room    455. 
Tel:    HI   5-4711,  Ext.  6857.  Dr.  Robert 
E.   Browne,   Dir. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 
Purpose  :  To  assist  county  school  offices 
and  district  offices  in  compiling  curri- 
culum materials  for  use  in  elementary 
and  secondary  schools 
Pams :  500 
Special   collections :    Curriculum   guides 

and   courses   of   study 
Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other   li- 
braries 
Interlibrary    loan :    all    libraries    on    re- 
quest 

STATE      DEPARTMENT      OF      FI- 
NANCE LIBRARY.  1127  11th  St.,  Rm. 
918,    Sacramento    14.   Tel:    HI    5-4711, 
Ext.  5931.  David  C.  Anderson,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  others 
Purpose :  Research  tool  for  Dept.  of  Fi- 
nance   personnel.    Circulating    techni- 
cal library  for  city  and  county  plan- 
ning dept.  personnel 
Special      collections :      Current      state 
budgets ;  administration  of  state  gov- 
ernment ;   California  city  and  county 
master  plans ;  zoning  and  subdivision 
ordinances 
Expenditures  :  $3,682  ;  Circ :  2,449 
Available   to :    Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services :     Bibliographies ;      centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions 


[PARTMENT  OF  PUBLIC  1 

DIV.      OF       HIGHWAYS,  1 

)EPT.    LIBRARY.    1120    N  ^ 


STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  FISH 
AND  GAME  AND  DEPARTMENT 
OF  NATURAL  RESOURCES  LI- 
BRARY. State  Office  BIdg.  No.  1, 
Sacramento  14.  Tel:  HI  5-4711,  Ext. 
5817.  Mrs.  Evelyn  C.  Oathout,  Libn. 

STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  PUBLIC 
WORKS.  LAW  LIBRARY.  1120  N  St. 
Marion   Bradsha'/v,  in  charge. 

STATE  DEI 

WORKS. 

BRIDGE    Dl 

St.,    Sacramento    14.    Tel:     HI    5-4711, 

Ext.    3966.    Mrs.    Ruby    E.    Rosenthal, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Engineering,  hydraulic,  geo- 
logic and  hydrologic  reference  mate- 
rials for  use  of  state  employees.  Ref- 
erence research  is  done  by  librarian 
specifically  for  the  dept. 

Total  vols  :  4,000  ;  Pams  :  3,500 

New  titles  :  900  ;  VF  drawers  :  60 

Subs  :  Mags  :  250 

Special  collections :  American  Society 
of  Civil  Engineers  Proceedings  and 
Transactions,  various  technical  engi- 
neering references,  USGS  topographic 
maps.  USGS  Water  Supply  Papers, 
Civil  Engineering  Magazine 

Circ :  3,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  film  li- 
brary ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

DIV.  OF  HIGHWAYS.  MATE- 


RIALS AND  RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 5900  Foisom.  Tel:  HI  5-4711 
and  GL  2-5481. 

DIV.  OF  HIGHWAYS.  PLAN- 


NING SURVEY  LIBRARY.  1120  N 
St.,  Tel:  HI  5-4711,  Ext.  3230.  Vivian 
Brady,  Libn. 

STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  SOCIAL 
WELFARE  LIBRARY.  722  Capitol 
Ave.,  Sacramento  14.  Tel:  HI  5-4711, 
Ext.  5419.  Mrs.  Dilla  Ludlow,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  To  provide  reference  materials 
for  employees  of  the  department  in 
the  field  of  social  welfare 

Total  vols  :  1,050  ;  Pams  :  12,000 

New  titles  :  1,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150 ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections  :  Social  service  ;  pub- 
lic welfare  ;  child  welfare  ;  aging ;  mi- 
gi'atory  labor ;  reports  of  State  Wel- 
fare Departments 

Expenditures  :  .$3,400  ;  Circ  :  10,213 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 


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STATE  DEPARTMENT  OF  WATER 
RESOURCES,   LAW   &    ENGINEER- 
ING   LIBRARY.    1021    21st    St.,    P.O. 
Box  388.  Tel:    HI  5-4711,  Ext.  3372  or 
2013.   Mrs.   Irene   A.   Mullnix,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  9  others 
Purpose  :  To  furnish  library  services  to 
a   staff  of  approximately  2,000  tech- 
nical  and   professional   staff   of   engi- 
neers, attorneys,  geogolists,  soil  techni- 
cians, economists  and  other  specialists 
working  in  the  water  resources  field. 
Total  vols  :  8,200  ;  Pams  :  11,500 
New  titles  :  1,500  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 
Subs  :  Mags  :  156  ;  Newsp.  30 
Special  collections :  Hydraulic  engineer- 
ing ;  agricultural  engineering  ;  hydrau- 
lic  construction ;    water   requirements 
and   development ;   and   all   phases   of 
Water  Law 
Expenditures  :  $15,300  ;  Circ  :  7,000 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral  (telephone  calls 
only ) . 
Interlibrary   loan :    all    libraries   on    re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;     briefing     and     abstracting ; 
film  library ;   centralized  procurement 
of  publications  and  subscriptions 

STATE  LEGISLATIVE  BUDGET 
COMMITTEE  LIBRARY.  Rm.  306, 
State  Capitol. 

STATE  LEGISLATIVE  COUNSEL 
LIBRARY.  3021  State  Capitol.  Mrs. 
Helen   C.   Nardi,    Libn. 

Staff :  2  ;  1  part  time  ;  Income  : 

$16,199.63 
Total  vols  :  14,506  ;  New  :  376 
Subs  :  Mags  :  86 
Not  open  to  public 

SUTTER  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3150  i  St.,  Sacramento  14. 
Eleanor  Beach,  Libn. 

U.S.     DEPT.     OF     THE     INTERIOR, 
BUREAU    OF    RECLAMATION,    RE- 
GIONAL LIBRARY.  Fulton  and  Mar- 
coni Aves.  Mrs.  Verle  L.  Carey,  Libn. 
Tel:  IV  9-7631,  ext.  457. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 
Purpose :  To  serve  the  technical  staff  of 
the    Bureau    of    Reclamation    in    the 
Sacramento  office  and  the  many  field 
offices  in  California 
Total  vols :  19,000 
Expenditures  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  32,928 
Available   to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 


ST.   HELENA  (Napa  Co.) 

SAINT  HELENA  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  473  Main  Street.  George 
Davis,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $500 

Total  vols  :  2,015  ;  New  :  123 


Subs :  Mags  :  11 ;  Newsp :  3 

Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  314  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

ST.  HELENA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Oak  and  Adams  St.  Alice  Armstrong, 
Libn. 


ST.  MARY'S  COLLEGE  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

ST.    MARY'S    COLLEGE     LIBRARY. 
William   P.   Macaskill,  Libn. 
See   state   and    other   jour-year    colleges 
table. 


SALINAS  (Monterey  Co.) 

EL  SAUSAL  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1155  E.  Alisal  St. 

HARTNELL  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
156  Homestead  Ave.  Luelia  Wiens, 
Libn. 

See  junior  college  liiraries  table. 

MONTEREY  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 26  Central  Ave.  Mrs.  Lois 
Koolwyk,    Libn, 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Monterey 
and  Pacific  Grove. 

Contracts  with :  Salinas  Public  Library 

Affiliated  with :  Harrison  Memorial  Li- 
brary (Carmel)  and  King  City  Public 
Library 

Outlets:  84 

Branches  :  Emerson 

Stations  :  Alisal,  Aromas,  Bernabe,  Big 
Sur,  Bolsa  Knolls,  Boy's  Ranch, 
Bradley,  Carmel  Valley,  Castroville, 
Chualar,  County  Detention  Farm, 
County  Hospital,  County  Juvenile 
Hall,  Curriculum  Department,  Gon- 
zales, Greenfield,  Jamesburg,  Lock- 
wood,  Marina,  Pajaro,  Parkfield, 
Prunedale,  Robley,  San  Ardo,  San 
Lucas,  Soledad,  Special  Education, 
Spreckels 

Bookmobile  stops :  29 

Schools  :  23 

MONTEREY  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse. 

MONTEREY  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. 

NORTH  SALINAS  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  55  Kip  Drive.  Mrs.  Greta 
Flores,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $7,000 

Total  vols  :  4,500  ;  New  :  1,400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  78  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  63  ;  Stud  :  1,172  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SALINAS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 726  S.  Main.  Anne  Harder, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,1.50  ;  Circ :  15,200 

Total  vols  :  10,3-50  ;  New  :  700 

Subs  :  Mags  :  85  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,500  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


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NEWS  NOTES  OE  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


SALINAS— Continued 

SALINAS  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  110 
W.  San    Luis.  John   Ward,   Libn. 

Stations :  1 

WASHINGTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Iverson  and  Lang.  Fern 
Rommel,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $l';500  ;  Circ  :  8,720 

Total  vols  :  4,808  ;  New  :  338 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  50  ;  Stud  :  1,200  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


SAN   ANDREAS  (Calaveras  Ce.) 

CALAVERAS    COUNTY    FREE    LI- 
BRARY. Main  St.  Roxie  Hall,  Libn. 
Serves :  Entire  county 
Outlets  :  15 

Stations :  Angels  Camp,  Calaveras 
Higb  School,  Camanclie,  Copperop- 
olis,  Fricot  Ranch  School,  Mark 
Twain  Hospital,  Mokelumne  Hill, 
Murphys,  Paloma,  Rail  Road  Flat, 
Sheepraneh,  Valley  Springs,  West 
Point,  White  Pines 

CALAVERAS  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse. 

CALAVERAS  CO.  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. Box  518.  Mrs.  Isabel  M. 
Hastings,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

CALAVERAS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   Madeline    Cavagnaro,    Libn. 


SAN   ANSELMG  (iVieiirm  Co.) 

SAN  ANSELMO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Tunstead  Ave.  Mrs.  Virginia  Stewart, 
Libn. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  THEOLOGICAL 
SEMINARY  LIBRARY.  Dr.  Francis 
L.  Bouquet,   Libn. 

See   state   and   other   four-year   colleges 
tahle. 

SIR  FRANCIS  DRAKE  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1327  Sir  Francis 
Drake  Blvd.  Mrs.  Ruth  P.  Taylor, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,750  ;  Circ  :  20,000 

Total  vols  :  8,200  ;  New  :  700 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac :  68  ;  Stud  :  1,365  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


SAN   BSRNAilDi^30  (San  Berncirdisio  Co.) 

ARROWVIEW  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.    Highland   Ave.  and    G   St. 

FRANKLIN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1290  Muscatt  St. 

FREMONT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3173  Kerry  St.  Mrs.  Florence 
Corrigan,  Libn. 


GOLDEN  VALLEY  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3800  Waterman 
Ave.  Leala  Murphy,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $3,000 

Total  vols :  63,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  49  ;  Stud  :  1,000 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HIGHLAND  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Central  and  Pacific.  Roy  F. 
Barker,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,700  ;  Circ  :  54,000 

Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  800 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  51 ;  Stud  :  1,300  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

PACIFIC  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1020  Pacific  Ave.  Eldred  C.  Jones, 
Libn. 

RIALTO     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.    324      North      Palm,     Rialto. 
(San    Bernardino   city  schools).   P.   B. 
Ledbetter,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,700  ;  Circ :  18,000 
Total  vols  :  5,200  ;  New  :  400 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  45  ;  Stud  :  1,130  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

RICHARDSON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Mill  and  K  Streets.  Ray 
Olson,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,100  ;  Circ  :  12,000 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  200 

Newsp :  1 

Stud  :  530  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SAN  BERNARDINO  CITY 
SCHOOLS,  PROFESSIONAL  LI- 
BRARY. 799  F  Street.  Dora  C.  Buzzi, 
Asst. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  BERNARDINO  COUNTY 
FREE  LIBRARY.  364  Mt.  View  Ave. 
Dorothy  Traver,   Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Ontario, 
Redlands,  San  Bernardino  and  Up- 
land 

Affiliated  with  :  Colton  Public  Library 

Outlets :  168 

Branches :  Fontana 

Stations:  Adelanto,  Alta  Loma,  Apple 
Valley,  Baker,  Barstow,  Big  Bear, 
Bloomington,  Boys  Republic,  Chino, 
Countv  Hospital,  County  Juvenile 
Hall,  '  Crestline,  Cucamonga,  East 
Valley,  Essex,  Etiwanda,  Glen  Helen, 
Highland,  Hinkley,  Joshua  Tree, 
Kelso,  Lake  Arrowhead,  Lucerne, 
Mentone,  Montclair,  Morongo,  Mt. 
Baldy,  Mountain  Pass,  Muscoy, 
Needles,  Oro  Grande,  Parker  Dam, 
Rialto,  Rice,  Running  Springs, 
Trona,  Twentynine  Palms,  Verde- 
mont,  Victorville,  Yermo,  Tucaipa, 
Yucca. 

Bookmobile  stops :  48  community  and 
16  school 

Schools :  88 


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SAN  BERNARDINO  COUNTY  LAW 
LIBRARY.  Room  201,  Courthouse. 
Beulah    M.   Brown,   Libn. 

Staff :  1 ;  Income  :  $5,400 
Total  vols  :  14,809  ;  New  :  221 
Subs  :  Blags  :  22 
Open  to  public 

SAN  BERNARDINO  CO.  SCHOOLS, 
CURRICULUM  LABORATORY  & 
PROFESSIONAL  LIBRARY.  Hal!  of 
Records.    Mrs.   Stella   G.   Bolles,    Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  BERNARDINO  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 401  N.  Arrowhead  Ave.  How- 
ard M.  Rowe,  Libn. 

Branches :  2 
Stations :  1 

SAN  BERNARDINO  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  18th  and   E  Sts. 

SAN  BERNARDINO  VALLEY  COL- 
LEGE LIBRARY.  701  S.  Mt.  Vernon 
Ave,  Laura   K.  Mitchell,  Acting   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

STURGES  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Eighth  and  E  Sts.  Norma  C. 
Parker,  Libn. 

U.S.  AIR  FORCE,  SAN  BERNAR- 
DINO AIR  MATERIEL  AREA  LI- 
BRARY.  Norton  Air  Force  Base.  Tel: 
TU  9-4411,  Ext.  7119.  Sidney  M. 
Hequembourg,  Libn. 


SAN   BRU^SO  (Sean  JVIsiteo  Co.) 

CAPUCHINO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 900  Hacienda  Dr.  Robert  G. 
Sumpter,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $4,800  ;  Circ :  22,900 

Total  vols  :  11,600  ;  New  :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  130  ;  Newsp  :  11 

Fac  :  97  ;  Stud  :  1,856  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

JSAN  BRUNO  PARK  SCHOOL  DIS- 
[TRICT  LIBRARY.  500  Acacia.  Clar- 
ence Fogelstrom,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  BRUNO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Civic  Center.  Thelma   F.  Passo,  Libn. 

U.S.  NAVY.  TWELFTH  NAVAL 
DIST.  PUBLIC  WORKS  OFFICE, 
TECHNICAL  LIBRARY.  Naval  Dist. 
Public  Works  Office  B!dg.,  B101. 

SAM   BOENAVEi^TURA  (Ventura  Co.) 

See  under  Ventura. 


SAH   CARLOS  (San  Mcsteo  Co.) 

jLENKURT     ELECTRIC     LIBRARY. 
1105  County  Rd. 


SAN  CARLOS  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  826  Chestnut. 
William   G.   Richmond,   Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 


SAN   DIEGO  (Sean  Diego  Co.) 

ABRAHAM  LINCOLN  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  150  S.  49th  St, 
Mrs.  Hester  M.  Kylio,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2,587 
Total  vols  :  1,758  ;  New  :  568 
Subs  :  Mags  :  84  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Grades :  10-12 

CALIFORNIA  WESTERN  UNIVER- 
SITY LIBRARY.  3902  Lomaland  Dr. 
Dr.  Hazel  Pulling,  Libn. 

Departmental  libraries  :  Law  library  and 
curriculum  materials  library 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

CLAIREMONT    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.    4150     Ute     Dr.     James     H. 
Adams,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $6,000  ;  Circ  :  38,000 
Total  vols  :  5,000 ;  New  :  1,700 
Subs  :  Mags  :  134  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac :  85  ;  Stud  :  2,000  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

COLLIER  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 4302  Valeta  St.,  S.D.  6.  Lee 
Curtice,  Libn. 

CRAWFORD     HIGH      SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.  4191    55th    St.    Mrs.    Frances 
R.  Pettit,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Circ :  19,451 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  97  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac :  85  ;  Stud  :  1,950  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

E.  R.  SNYDER  CONTINUATION 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1372  12th 
Ave.  Ruth  Hilyard,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Book  fund:   $1,270;    Circ:   24,451    (in- 
cludes loans  to  3  branches) 
Total  vols  :  6,437  ;  New  :  480 
Subs  :  Mags  :  37  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  38  ;  Stud  :  857  ;  Grades  :  8-12 

FOURTH  DISTRICT  COURT  OF 
APPEAL  LAW  LIBRARY.  620  Ash 
St.,  S.D.  1. 

FRANCIS  W.  PARKER  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4201  Randolph  St.,  S.D.  3. 
Emilie  Crockett,  Libn. 

GENERAL  DYNAMICS  CORP.,  GEN- 
ERAL ATOMIC  DIV.  LIBRARY.  2969 
Barnard  St. 


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SAN    DIEGO— Continued 

GENERAL  DYNAMICS  -  CONVAIR 
ENGINEERING  LIBRARY.  3302  Pa- 
cific Highway.  Tel:  CY  6-6611,  ext. 
1835.   Keith  G.   Blair,   Libn. 

Stafe :  4  libns  ;  10  others 

Purpose :  To  serve  technical  library  re- 
quirements of  Engineering  Depart- 
ment 

Total  vols  :  16,306  ;  documents  :  76,930 

New  titles:  2,000  books,  18,000  docu- 
ments 

Subs  :  Mags  :  507 

Special  collections :  Aerospace  tech- 
nologv 

Expenditures  :  $30,000  ;  Circ :  30,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  transla- 
tions, personal  book  purchase 

GEORGE  W.  MARSTON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3799  Ciairemont 
Dr.,   S.D.   17.   Jacqueline   Caffee,    Libn. 

GOVERNMENTAL     REFERENCE 
LIBRARY.  Rm.  384,  Civic  Center,  S.D. 
I.Tel:   BE  9-7511,  ext.  330.  Mrs.  Eliza- 
beth  N.  Les,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  others 
Purpose :  Maintained  jointly  by  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Diego  under  the 
supervision  of  the   San  Diego  Public 
Library,    for   the    use   and   benefit   of 
ofiicers  and  employees  of  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Diego 
Total  vols  :  4,228  ;  Pams  :  8,483 
New  titles  :  1,860  ;  VF  drawers  :  20 
Subs  :  Mags  :  289  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Special      collections :      Municipal      and 
county  administration  ;  personnel ;  po- 
lice ;  engineering  ;  fire  ;  public  health  ; 
public  works  ;  recreation  ;  water  sup- 
ply ;  planning ;  public  welfare 
Expenditures  :  $3,750  ;  Circ  :  42,402 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  city  and  county  newspaper 
clipping  service  ;  depository  San  Diego 
City  and  County  documents 

HERBERT      HOOVER      SR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    4474    El    Cajon 

Blvd.  Phyllis  K.  Kefalas,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3,657  ;  Circ  :  31,603 

Total  vols  :  13,365  ;  New  :  935 

Subs  :  Mags  :  91 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  96  ;  Stud  :  2,438  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

HORACE  MANN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  4345  54th  St.,  S.D.  15. 
Beverly   E.   Anderson,    Libn. 

INSTITUTE  OF  AERONAUTICAL 
SCIENCES  LIBRARY.  3380  N.  Har- 
bor Dr.,  S.D.  1. 


JOHN   J.  MONTGOMERY  JR.   HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    2470    Ulric    St. 

Mrs.  Jeanette   B.  Stone,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,354  ;  Circ  :  28,295 

Total  vols  :  8,036 ;  New  :  1,186 

Subs  :  Mags  :  48  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  92  ;  Stud  :  2,345  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

KEARNY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
7651     Wellington    St.,    Irma    S.    Durr, 

I    ihn 

staff':  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,779  ;  Circ :  13,245 

Total  vols  :  7,019  ;  New  :  542 

Subs  :  Mags  :  91 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  59  ;  Stud  :  1,367  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

KELCO  CO.  LIBRARY.  530  Broad- 
way, S.D.  1. 

LUCE,  FORWARD,  HAMILTON  & 
SCRIPPS  LAW  LIBRARY.  1220  San 
Diego  Trust  &  Savings  Bank  Bldg., 
530  Broadway,  S.D.  1.  H.  R.  Holly- 
wood, Libn. 
Staff :  1 

Total  vols  :  7,500  ;  New  :  150 
Subs  :  Mags  :  25 
Not  open  to  public 

Remarks :  This  library  is  the  private 
law  library  open  to  members  of  this 
firm  and  a  few  selected  members  of 
the  building  and  contains  basically 
the  California,  Federal  and  Western 
States  Reporter  Systems  including  a 
variety  of  textbooks  and  specialized 
volumes 

MEMORIAL  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2884  Marcy  Ave.   Martha   L. 
Heuer,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,498  ;  Circ  :  15,426 
Total  vols  :  10,988  ;  New  :  2,438 
Subs  :  Mags  :  63  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac:   63;    Stud:   1,680    (extended   day, 

594)  ;     Grades :     7-9 ;     evening     high 

school  offered 

MERCY  COLLEGE  OF  NURSING 
LIBRARY.  510  E.  Lewis  St.,  S.D.  3. 
Miss  F.  Dalton,  Libn. 

MERCY  HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  Hill- 
crest  Dr.,  S.D.  3. 

MILDRED  L.  HALE  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5251  Mt.  Alifan 
Dr.  Frances  E.  Crowe,  Libn. 

MISSION    BAY    HIGH    SCHOOL   LI 
BRARY.   2475   Grand    Ave.    Mrs.    Mil- 
dred  Stites,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,652  ;  Circ  :  22,227 
Total  vols  :  7,859  ;  New :  586 
Subs  :  Mags  :  105  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Stud  :  1,237  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

NATURAL  HISTORY  MUSEUM  LI- 
BRARY. Balboa  Park,  S.D.  1.  Tel: 
BE  2-9146.  Mrs.  Mildred  H.  Meeder, 
Libn.  ,, 

Staff :  1  libn 


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Purpose :  Research  for  museum  staff, 
background  for  museum  exhibits 

Total  vols  :  80,000  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

New  titles  :  100  ;  VF  drawers  :  6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  5,000 

Special  collections :  Gen.  A.  W.  Vogdes 
Library  of  Geology  and  Paleontology ; 
Biology,  Geology,  Paleontology 

Expenditures :  $700 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loans :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Literature  searching  ;  verifax 
copying 

PACIFIC  BEACH  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  4676  Ingraham  St.  Jeanne 

C.   Newhouse,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,150  ;  Circ  :  22,338 

Total  vols  :  5,771 ;  New :  467 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,400  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

POINT  LOMA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2335  Chatsworth  Blvd.,  S.D.  6. 

REES-STEALY  MEDICAL  CLINIC 
LIBRARY.  2001  Fourth  Ave.,  S.D.  1. 
Tel:  BE  2-2171.  iVirs.  Margaret 
O'Rourke,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose :    Serves    medical    staff    of   the 
clinic,   the   Clinics  Research   Founda- 
tion and  the  clinics  school  of  medical 
technology 
'  Total  vols  :  5,600 
i  Subs  :  Mags  :  135 

1  Special  collections  :  Medicine  and  allied 
i      fields,  particularlv  biochemistry 
Expenditures :  $1,200 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
■  Interlibrary   loan :    All  libraries   on   re- 
\     quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions 

RICHARD  HENRY  DANA  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1775  Chatsworth 
Blvd.,  S.D.  7. 

ROOSEVELT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3366  Park  Blvd.  Wanda 
Wiltse,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
iBook  fund :  $2,500 
Total  vols  :  10,500  ;  New  :  400 
Subs  :  Mags  :  52  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  68  ;  Stud  :  1,650  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

{RYAN  AERONAUTICAL  CO.,  EN- 
jGINEERING  LIBRARY.  Lindbergh 
iField,   S.D.    12.    Tel:    CY    6-6681,    Ext. 

■1461.  Philip  Leslie,  Libn. 
iStaff :  2  libns  ;  6  others 

Purpose :    Information    service    to    com- 

\    Pany  technical  personnel 

'Total  vols  :  3,500  ;  Reports  :  45,000 

New  titles  :  5,400  ;  VP  drawers  :  204 
I  Subs  :  Mags  :  150 ;  Newsp  :  4 


Special  collections :  Aerospace  tech- 
nology 

Circ :  17,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest (unclassified  only) 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying 

SAMUEL  GOMPERS  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1005  47th  St., 
S.D.  2.  Mrs.   Miriam    B.   Kerr,   Libn. 

SAN  DIEGO  COLLEGE  FOR  WOM- 
EN LIBRARY.  Alcala  Park,  S.D.  10. 
Mother   Genevieve   Clarke,   Libn. 

SAN  DIEGO  CITY  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 1425  Russ  Blvd.  Warren  C. 
Heyer,  Libn.  Branches:  Business  Cam- 
pus Branch  Library,  835  12th  St.,  San 
Diego. 
Bee  junior  college  libraries  taile. 

SAN  DIEGO  CO.  CURRICULUM  LI- 
BRARY. 6401  Linda  Vista  Rd.,  S.D. 
11.  Mrs.  Lillian   K.  Spitzer,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 

SAN  DIEGO  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 3532  Meade  Ave.,  S.D.  16. 
Frances  A.    Hahn,    Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Carlsbad, 
Chula  Vista,  Coronado,  Escondido, 
National  City,  Oceanside,  San  Diego 
City 

Outlets  :  58 

Branches :  El  Cajon,  La  Mesa,  Enci- 
nitas.  Lemon  Grove,  Vista 

Stations :  Alpine,  Banner  Queen,  Bor- 
rego.  Boulevard,  Caliente  Springs, 
Campo,  Cardiff,  Castle  Park,  Del 
Mar,  Descanso,  Dulzura,  Escondido, 
Fallbrook,  Fletcher  Hills,  Grossmont, 
Imperial  Beach,  Jacumba,  .Julian, 
Lakeside,  Lincoln  Acres,  Mesa  Grande, 
Pala,  Palomar,  Pauma,  Potrero,  Po- 
way,  Ramona,  Santee,  Solana  Beach, 
Spring  Valley,  Suncrest-La  Cresta, 
Tierra  del  Sol,  Witch  Creek,  Wynola 

Bookmobile  stops :  17 

Schools :  1 

SAN  DIEGO  COUNTY  GENERAL 
HOSPITAL,      DOCTORS      LIBRARY. 

North  end  of  Front  St.,  S.D.  3.  Tel: 
CY  5-5131,  ext.  231.  Adelia  P.  Mus- 
tain,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Gift  of  Doctors  on  the  attend- 
ing staff  to  the  education  of  the  In- 
terns and  Residents 

Total  vols :  2,118 

New  titles :  70 

Subs  :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Special  collections :  Clinical  medicine 
with  some  coverage  of  basic  sciences 

Expenditures :  $1,650 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests of  medical  and  allied  personnel 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 


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SAN   DIEGO— Conirinued 

SCHOOL    OF    NURSING    LI- 


BRARY. Front  St.,  S.D.  3 

SAN  DIEGO  COUNTY  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. 1105  Front  St.,  S.D.  1.  Le- 
land  G.  Stanford,  Libn. 

Staff :  7  ;  Income  :  $107,065.94 
Total  vols  :  95,106 ;  New  :  3,210 
Subs  :  Mags  :  350 
Open  to  public 

SAN  DIEGO  CO,  MEDICAL  SO- 
CIETY LIBRARY.  3427  Fourth  Ave., 
S.D.  3. 

SAN  DIEGO  CO.  SCHOOL  LIBRARY 
SERVICE.  6401  Linda  Vista  Rd.,  S.D. 
11.  Edna  B.  Ziebold,  Dir. 

See  centralized  school  Uiraries  table. 

SAN  DIEGO  FINE  ARTS  GALLERY 
LIBRARY.  Balboa  Park,  P.O.  Box 
2107.  Mrs.  Audry  Burton,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Purpose  :  Study  and  research  in  art 
Total  vols  :  4,000 ;  Pam  :  4,500 
New  titles  :  200  ;  VF  drawers  :  12 
Subs  :  Mags  :  20 
Expenditures :  $700 

Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

SAN  DIEGO  GAS  AND  ELECTRIC 
COMPANY  LIBRARY.  861  Sixth 
Ave.,  S.D.  1. 

SAN  DIEGO  HISTORICAL  SO- 
CIETY, JUNIPERO  SERRA  MU- 
SEUM. P.O.  Box  10248,  S.D.  10.  Mr. 
G.  F.  MacMullen,  Director.  Tel:  CY 
7-3258. 
Staff :  3 

Purpose :   To  provide  research  material 
for  students  and  any  others  engaged 
in  the  study  of  Pacific  Southwest  his- 
tory,   with    special    emphasis    on    the 
history  of  the  City  and/or  County  of 
San  Diego 
Total  vols  :  1,200  ;  Pams  :  1,150 
New  titles  :  25  ;  VF  drawers  :  45 
Subs  :  Mags  :  1 ;  Newsp  :  1 
Special    collections :    Bound    newspaper 
files    (incomplete)     1850-1948;    Kerr 
Collection   of   California   land   titles ; 
biographical    files ;     military,     Grand 
Army,  and  tax  assessment  rolls 
Expenditures  :  $25 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  briefing 
and  abstracting;   recordings   (tape  or 
disc)  ;  guided  tours  for  schools 

SAN  DIEGO  MUSEUM  OF  MAN  LI- 
BRARY. Balboa  Park,  S.D.  1. 


San  Diego  Museum  of  Natural  History 
Lilrary,  see  Natural  History  Mu- 
seum Library. 

SAN    DIEGO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  820 
E  St.,  S.D.  1.  Clara  E.  Breed,  Libn. 
Branches :  14 
Stations :  3 
Bookmobile  stops :  16 

San  Diego  Scientific  Library,  see  Na- 
tural History  Museum  Library. 

SAN  DIEGO  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 12th  St.  and  Russ  Blvd.,  S.D. 
2. 

SAN    DIEGO  STATE  COLLEGE   LI- 
BRARY. 5402  College  Ave.   Dr.   Louis 
A.    Kenney,   Libn. 
Branches    or    Departmental    Libraries : 

Campus    Laboratory    School,    Public 

Administration  Laboratory. 
See   state  and   other  four-year   colleges 

table. 

SAN  DIEGO  ZOOLOGICAL  SO- 
CIETY LIBRARY.  Balboa  Park,  S.D. 
1.  Tel:  BE  4-5151.  No  libn.,  technical 
services  by  librarian  of  Natural  His- 
tory Museum. 

SAN  DIEGO  UNION-TRIBUNE 
PUBLISHING  CO.  LIBRARY.  919 
Second  Ave.,  S.D.  12.  Tel:  BE  4-7111. 
Mrs.   Olga   Webber,   Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  4  others 

Purpose :  Research  and  service  for  edi- 
torial departments  of  San  Diego 
Union  and  Evening  Tribune  and  staff 
in  general 

Total  vols  :  500  ;  Pams  :  1,200 

New  titles  :  50  ;  VF  drawers  :  420 

Subs  :  Mags  :  10  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections :  Armed  forces,  San 
Diego  port  and  shipping,  aircraft, 
Latin  America 

Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries  i 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re-  I 
quests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;    photostat   copying ;    briefing 
and    abstracting ;    film    library ;    cen-  i 
tralized   procurement   of   publications 
and  subscriptions 

SOLAR    AIRCRAFT   COMPANY   LI- 
BRARY.  2200    Pacific    Highway,   S.D.  i 
12.  Tel:   BE  3-8241,  ext.  611.  Lucille  D. 
Walper,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose  :  Give  service  to  others. 
Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  Reports  :  6,500 
New  titles  :  5,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  5 
Subs  :  Mags  :  200  ;  Newsp  :  24 
Special  collections :  Slides,  catalogs,  so- 

ciety  papers,  NASA  reports,  WADDj 

reports. 


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Expenditures  :  $1,200  ;  Circ  :  8,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services :  Literature  searching  ;  photo- 
stat copying  ;  briefing  «&  abstracting  ; 
centralized  procurement  of  publica- 
tions and  subscriptions  ;  ordering  ma- 
terials for  Engineers. 

U.S.  MARINE  CORPS  RECRUIT 
DEPOT  LIBRARY.  Tel.  CY  8-3941, 
ext.  532.  GySgt  Winifred  R.  Green- 
berg,  USMC. 

Staff :  2 

Purpose  :  To  give  general  library  service 
to  Marine  Corps  personnel  and  their 
dependents. 

Total  vols  :  lO.OOO  ;  Pams  :  100 

New  titles :  1,477 

Subs  :  Mags  :  59,  Newsp  :  15 

Special  collections :  Marine  Corps  ma- 
terial. 

Circ :  33,174 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff. 

Interlibrary  loan :  to  military  libraries 
in  San  Diego  area. 

Services :  Literature  searching. 

U.S.  NAVAL  AIR  STATION,  NORTH 

ISLAND  LIBRARY.  S.D.  35.  Tel:    HE 

5-6611,  ext.  481.   Louise   Bidweil,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  technical,  educa- 
tional and  recreational  reading  for 
personnel  attached  to  the  Station  and 
their  dependents. 

Total  vols :  18,000 

New  titles  :  1,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  4 

Subs  :  Mags  :  98  ;  Newsp  :  25 

Special  collections  :  Naval  aviation. 

Circ :  23,600 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services :  Bibliographies. 

U.S.  NAVAL  HOSPITAL  MEDICAL 
AND  STATION  LIBRARIES.  Tel: 
BE  2-6951,  Ext.  660.  Sherrill  McMil- 
lan, Libn. 

U.S.  NAVAL  TRAINING  CENTER 
LIBRARY.  Tel:  AC  2-6411,  ext.  287. 
Mrs.  Audrey  M.  Saveli,  Libn. 

'  Staff  :  3  libns. ;  4  others 
!  Purpose  :  Provide  technical,  educational 
ji      and    recreational    reading    for    Navy 
\     personnel,   their   dependents,   and  re- 
!;     tired  personnel. 

Total  vols  :  27,000;  Pams  :  525 

New  titles  :  750  ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  90  ;  Newsp  :  10 

Special  collections :  Navy  and  military 
subjects,  phonograph  records. 

Expenditures  :  $1,900  ;  Circ  :  50,800 

Available  to:  Co.  staff,  other  libraries. 
; Interlibrary  loan:  all  libraries  on  re- 
i     quest. 

Services :  Literature  searching. 


U.S.  NAVY  ELECTRONICS  LABO- 
RATORY LIBRARY.  Tel:  AC  2-6311, 
ext.  525.  Wm.  E.  Jorgensen,  Libn. 

Staff :  6  libns. ;  7  clerks 

Purpose :  To  serve  the  Laboratory,  its 
tenant  activities,  or  Dept.  of  Defense 
activities  and  their  contractors,  and 
to  a  limited  degree  the  public. 

Total  vols  :  29,137  ;  Periodicals  :  14,992  ; 
Pams  :  6,850  ;  Reports  :  80,647 

New  titles :  7,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  873  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections  :  Electronics,  physics, 
mathematics,  and  oceanography. 

Circ :  95,100 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  &  abstracting ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions. 

U.S.  NAVY,  ELEVENTH  NAVAL 
DISTRICT  HDQ.  LIBRARY.  937  Har- 
bor   Dr.,   S.D.  30. 

VAUCLAIN  HOME  LIBRARY.  North 
End  of  Third  Ave.,  S.D.  3.  Harold  L. 
Thurston,  Libn. 

WOODROW  WILSON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3737  El  Cajon 
Blvd.   Hollis  Monzingo,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  27,127 

Total  vols  :  10,252  ;  New  :  934 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  92  ;  Stud.  2,100  ;  Grades  7-9 


SAN    FERNANDO  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

JAMES  MONROE  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  9229  Haskeilair.  Clara  L. 
Forman,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund:  $1,680.11;  Circ:  19,665 

Total  vols  :  5,516  ;  New  :  1,214 

Subs  :  Mags  :  114  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  96  ;  Stud  :  2,292  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

OLIVE  VISTA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  14600  Tyler  St.,  Sylmar. 
Mildred    E.    Darby,    Libn. 

QUEEN  OF  ANGELS  SEMINARY 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  1071.  D.  F.  Mc- 
Neil, Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  teach-libn. 
Book  fund :  $3,000 
Total  vols  :  8,  301 ;  New  :  1,749 
Subs  :  Mags  :  68  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  13  ;  Stud.  330  ;  Grades  9-12 

SAN  FERNANDO  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  130  N.  Brand 
Blvd.  John  E.  King,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  \  clerk 
Total  vols  :  11,000  ;  New  :  41 
Newsp  :  1 
Grades  7-9 


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SAN   FERNANDO-Continued 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  13000  Sayre 
St.  Tel:  EM  7-1911,  ext.  333.  Mrs. 
Carole  Moore,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns. ;  1  other 

Total  vols:  19,952  patients'  lib.;  4,536 
medical  lib. ;  pams  :  250 

New  titles  :  446  ;  VF  drawers  :  8 

Subs  :  Mags  :  130,  Newsp  :  15 

Expenditures  :  $3,800  ;  Circ  :  42,545 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services :  literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphy 

SAN    FRANCISCO  (City  and  Co. 
coterminous) 

A.  P.  GIANNINI  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3151  Ortega  St.  Gloria 
Baxter  &   Mary   Lou   Heinz,  Libns. 

Staff :  2  libns. 

Book  fund  :  $1,957.53  ;  Circ  :  27,442 

Total  vols  :  9,078  ;  New  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  99  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  72  ;  Stud.  1655  ;  Grades  7-9 

ABRAHAM  LINCOLN  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2162  24th  Ave. 
Martha  E.  Uhlir  &  Margaret  Red- 
mond, Libns. 

Staff :  2  libns. 

Book  fund  :  $3,282  ;  Circ :  17,986 

Total  vols  :  10,102  ;  New  :  657 

Subs  :  Mags  :  90  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  110  ;  Stud.  2,620  ;  Grades  10'-12 

ALLIANCE   FRANCAISE   LIBRARY. 

414  Mason  St.,  S.F.  2.  Tel:  SU  1-8755. 

Mrs.  James   Knapton,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose :  The  propagation  of  French 
culture. 

Total  vols  :  23,000  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

New  titles  :  150 

Subs  :  Mags  :  6,  Newsp  :  3 

Circ :  1,500 

Available  to  :  members  only. 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted. 

Services  :  literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies. 

AMERICAN  MERCHANT  MARINE 
LIBRARY.  105    Embarcadero,  S.F.  11. 

AMERICAN  RUSSIAN  INSTITUTE 
LIBRARY.  90  McAllister,  S.F.  2.  Rose 
Isaak,  Libn. 

ANGLO  CALIFORNIA  NATIONAL 
BANK  LIBRARY.  1  Sansome  St., 
S.F.  20. 

APTOS     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.   105    Aptos    Ave.     Margaret 
Stoker,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn. 

Book  fund  :  $2,075.25  ;  Circ  :  14,665 
Total  vols  :  8,487  ;  New  :  595 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac :  55 ;  Stud.  1,320 ;  Grades  7-9 


THE  ASIA  FOUNDATION  LI- 
BRARY. 550  Kearny  St.,  S.F.  8.  Jane 
Wilson,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  reference  service 
and  research  facilities  for  Foundation 
staff  members. 

Total  vols  :  2,650 ;  Pams  3,300 

New  titles  :  950 ;  VF  drawers  :  78 

Subs  :  Mags  :  402,  Newsp  :  41 

Special  collections  :  Asian  affairs. 

Expenditures :  $3,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions. 

ATHEARN,  CHANDLER  &  HOFF- 
MAN LAW  LIBRARY.  593  Market  St. 
Murray  Smith,   Esq.,     Libn. 

BALBOA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1000  Cayuga  St.  Leta  P.  Wheeler  & 
June  Farris,  Libns. 

Staff :  2  libns. 

Book  fund  :  $4,389.09  ;  Circ  :  18,718 

Total  vols  :  13,652  ;  New  :  1,018 

Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  113  ;  Stud.  2,444  ;  Grades  10-12 

BANK  OF  AMERICA  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. 300  Montgomery  St.,  S.F.  20. 

BANK   OF   AMERICA    REFERENCE 

LIBRARY.  300  Montgomery.  Tel:   YU 

5-2069.  Miriam  Droege,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  3  others 

Purpose  :  General  business  library  and 
reference  service  to  assist  bank  per- 
sonnel in  their  work 

Total  vols  :  2,275  ;  Pams  :  10,000 

New  titles  :  1,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  28 

Subs:  Mags:  160;  Newsp:  15 

Special  collections :  Agriculture,  bank- 
ing, economics,  foreign  trade  (empha- 
sis on  western  states  and  countries  in 
which  Bank  of  America  branches  are 
located) 

Circ:  3,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

BAY  AREA  AIR  POLLUTION  CON- 
TROL    DISTRICT     LIBRARY.     1480 
Mission    St.    Tel:     KL    2-1300.    Gloria 
Smith,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 
Purpose :  To  maintain,  chiefly  in  micro- 
film form,  a  collection  of  technical  in- 
formation on  air  pollution  for  the  use 
of  the  Bay  Area  residents 
Total  accessions :  8,100 
New  titles :  600 
Subs  :  Mags.  80  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Special  collections  :  Measurement,  effects  I 
and  control  of  air  pollution 


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Expenditures : 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  hard  copy 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting ;  film  library ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions 

BECHTEL  CORPORATION  LI- 
BRARY. 220  Montgomery  St.,  S.  F.  4. 

BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1430  Scott  St. 
Harry  O.  Dalva,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  part-time 

Book  fund  :  $1,751.63  ;  Circ  :  12,114 

Total  vols  :  5,018  ;  New  :  475 

Subs:  Mags.  40;  Newsp.  1 

Fac:   57;   Stud.  1,245;  Grades  7-9 

BETHLEHEM  PACIFIC  COAST 
STEEL  CORP.  LIBRARY.  20th  and 
Illinois  St.,  S.   F.  19. 

BOHEMIAN  CLUB  LIBRARY.  624 
Taylor  St.,  S.  F.  3.  Tel:  TU  5-2440, 
Jolin   J.   Herzog,   Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn 

Purpose :  The  Bohemian  Club  Library 
was  established  to  be  used  by  mem- 
bers and  guests.  We  have  an  out- 
standing collection  of  fine  bindings, 
first  editions,  and  works  by  several 
hundred  well-known  writers  who 
were  and  are  members  of  the  club 

Total  vols :  15,000 

New  titles :  150 

Subs:  Mags.  40;  Newsp.  10 

Special  collections :  Collection  of  Bo- 
hemiana,  photographs,  autographs  of 
distinguished  guests 

Expenditures :  $3,000 

Available  to  :  Other  libraries  and  public 
by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

Services :  Literature  searching ;  bibli- 
ographies 

BRITISH  INFORMATION  SERV- 
ICES LIBRARY.  343  Sansome  St., 
S.  F.  4.  Tel:  YU  1-3030.  Margaret  R. 
Assert,  Libn. 

Staff:  2 

Purpose :  To  answer  (or  refer  to  the 
correct  source)  all  enquiries  on  all 
aspects  of  Britain,  the  Colonies,  and 
Commonwealth 

Total  vols  :  4,000  ;  Pams  :  7,000 

New  titles  :  30  ;  VF  drawers  :  20 

Subs  :  Mags.  15  ;  Newsp.  7 

Special  collections :  Parliamentary  de- 
bates, Keesing's  Archives,  social,  po- 
litical, economic  information 

Expenditures :  Sent  direct  from  Eng- 
land 

Circ:  7,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 


Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting ; 
centralized  procurement  of  publica- 
tions and  subscriptions 

CALIFORNIA  ACADEMY  OF  SCI- 
ENCES LIBRARY.  Golden  Gate  Park, 
S.  F.  18.  Tel:  BA  1-5100.  Veronica  J. 
Sexton,    Libn. 

Staff  :  3  libns  ;  1  other 

Purpose  :  Scientific  research 

Total  vols:  150,000;  Pams:  150,000 

New  titles :  15,000  ;  VF  drawers  ;  12 

Special  collections  :  Natural  history  and 

allied  subjects 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 

CALIFORNIA  COLLEGE  OF  CHI- 
ROPODY. 1770  Eddy  St.,  S.  F.  15. 

CALIFORNIA  GENEALOGICAL  SO- 
CIETY LIBRARY.  690  Market  St., 
S.F.  4. 

CALIFORNIA  HISTORICAL  SOCI- 
ETY LIBRARY.  2090  Jackson  St., 
S.  F.  9.  Tel:  JO  7-1848.  James  de  T. 
Abajian,  Libn. 

CALIFORNIA  PACKING  CORP., 
SCIENTIFIC  RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 215  Fremont  St.,  S.  F.  19. 
Margret  M.  Meyer,  Libn.  Tel:  SU 
1-7760,  Ext.  2731. 
Staff:   2 

Purpose  :  Reference  library  for  staff 
Total    vols :    872 ;    Pams :    many    thou- 
sands 
Subs:    Mags.   145 
Special     collections :     Food     technology 

and  food  preservation 
Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other    li- 
braries 
Interlibrary   loan :    All   libraries   on   re- 
quest 

CALIFORNIA  PODIATRY  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  1770  Eddy  St.  Ellis  Pizzi, 
Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

CALIFORNIA  SCHOOL  OF  ME- 
CHANICAL ARTS,  LUX  TECHICAL 
INSTITUTE  AND  WILMERDING 
SCHOOL  OF  INDUSTRIAL  ARTS 
LIBRARY.  2550  17th  St.,  S.  F.  3. 

CALIFORNIA  SOCIETY,  SONS  OF 
THE  AMERICAN  REVOLUTION  LI- 
BRARY. 690  Market  St.,  S.  F.  4.  H.  L. 
Mathewson,  Secy. 

Staff:  1 

Purpose  :  Genealogical  research 
Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  Pams  :  1,500 
Interlibrary  loan  :  Restricted 

California  State  — 
See  State  — 


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SAN    FRANCISCO-Continued 

CHINESE  WORLD  LIBRARY.  736 
Grant  Ave,,  S.  F.  8. 

CITY  ATTORNEY'S  LAW  LIBRARY. 
206  City  Hall,  S.  F.  2.  Helen  T.  Mootz, 
Libn. 

StafE:  1 

Total  vols :  10,000 
Subs :  Mags.  23 
Not  open  to  public 

CITY  COLLEGE  OF  SAN  FRAN- 
CISCO LIBRARY.  50  Phelan  Ave. 
Edward  E.  Sandys,  Libn. 

See  Junior  College  Libraries  table. 

COGSWELL  POLYTECHNICAL 
COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  3000  Foisom 
St.,  S.  F.  10. 

COLLEGE  OF  PHYSICIANS  AND 
SURGEONS  LIBRARY.  A  School  of 
Dentistry.  344  14th  St.  Joseph  N. 
Failli,  Libn. 

See  State  and  other  four-year  colleges 
tables 

COMMONWEALTH  CLUB  OF  CAL- 
IFORNIA LIBRARY.  Hotel  St.  Fran- 
cis, S.  F.  19. 

CONTINUATION       HIGH      SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.    1950    Mission    St.    Eugene 

E.   Brussell,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libu  ;  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $988.60  ;  Circ  :  6,480 

Total  vols  :  4,084  ;  New  :  97 

Subs  :  Mags.  67  ;  Newsp.  1 

Fac  :  26  ;  Stud.  38.5  ;  Grades  9-12 

CONVENT  OF  THE  SACRED 
HEART  LIBRARY.  2222  Broadway, 
S.F.  15. 

CROCKER  -  ANGLO  NATIONAL 
BANK  LIBRARY.  1  Sansome  St., 
S.  F.  20.  Tel:  YU  2-8000.  Mrs.  Isabella 
L.   Nestor,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  To  serve  the  staff  and  cus- 
tomers of  the  bank.  Others  are  vre\- 
come  by  referral  or  because  of  special 
interests 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services :  Photostat  copying 

DONAHUE  LIBRARY  (CATHOLIC 
LIBRARY  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO).  50 
Oak  St.,  S.  F.  2. 

EVERETT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 450  Church  St.  Helen  W. 
Shands  and  Joan   Johanns,   Libns. 

Staff :  2  libns 

Book  fund  :  $2,282.48  ;  Circ  :  15,422 

Total  vols  :  7,874  ;  New  :  759 

Subs  :  Mags.  50  ;  Newsp.  1 

Fac  :  81 ;  Stud.  1,800  ;  Grades  7-9 


FEDERAL  RESERVE  BANK  OF 
SAN  FRANCISCO,  RESEARCH  LI- 
BRARY. 400  Sansome  St.,  S.  F.  20. 
Mrs.  Jana  M.  Lhotka,  Libn.  Tel:  EX 
7-1137. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  3  others 
Purpose  :  To  render  reference,  research, 
and  bibliographic  services  to  our  staff 
Total  vols  :  5,400  ;  Pams  :  2,000 
New  titles  :  200 ;  VF  drawers  :  20 
Subs  :  Mags  :  57  ;  Newsp  :  10 
Special  collections  :    Business,  economics, 
finance ;     Commercial    and    Financial 
Chronicle  (1913-1961) 
Available   to :    Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions 

FRANCISCO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY, 450  Chestnut.  Veraine  Hage- 
dorn,   libn. 
Staff :  1  libn ;  ^  clerk 
Book  fund:  $1,478.15;  Circ:  19,241 
Total  vols  :  8,459  ;  New  :  294 
Subs  :  Mags  :  53  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  58  ;  Stud  :  1,300  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

GALILEO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1150  Francisco  St.  Mabel  E.  White, 
Marian    E.   Smith,   Libns. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,036.59  ;  Circ  :  17,294 

Total  vols  :  11,273  ;  New  :  675 

Subs  :  Mags  :  61 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  93  ;  Stud  :  2,021 ;  Grades  :  10-12 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  600  32d  Ave. 
Barbara  Schieck,  Elizabeth  Munoz, 
Libns. 

Staff :  2  libns 

Book  fund  :  $3,751.82  ;  Circ  :  21,244 

Total  vols  :  8,842  ;  New  :  619 

Subs  :  Mags  :  104 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  98  ;  Stud :  2,443  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

GOLDEN  GATE  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 220  Golden  Gate  Ave.  Dr. 
Paul    Kruse,    Libn. 

Departmental  libraries  :   School  of  Law 

Library 
See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 

table. 

GRIZZLY     BEAR    CLUB     LIBRARY. 

414  Mason  St.  (Formerly  Native  Sons 
Library) 


HASTINGS      COLLEGE      OF 

LAW    LIBRARY.    (UNIVERSITY 

CALIFORNIA).     198     McAllister 

David  L.  Moore,  Libn. 

Staff:  2  (non-prof.)  ;  Income:  $13,035 

Circ:  29,763 

Total  vols  :  40,339  ;  New  :  1,899 

Subs:  Mags:  108 

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HERBERT  HOOVER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2290  14th  Ave. 
Maryann   Esteves,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1^  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,010.69  ;  Circ :  19,621 

Total  vols  :  7,586  ;  New  :  730 

Subs  :  Mags  :  52  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  63  ;  Stud  :  1,520  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

HORACE  MANN  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3351  23cl  St.  Norma  J. 
Rider,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,236.75  ;  Circ  :  14,620 

Total  vols  :  7,625  ;  New  :  709 

Subs  :  Mags  :  49  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  53  ;  Stud  :  1,285  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

IIVIMACULATE  CONCEPTION 
ACADEMY  LIBRARY.  1212  Guerrero 
St.,  S.  F.  10. 

INDUSTRIAL  INDEMNITY  CO.  LI- 
BRARY. 155  Sansome  St.,  S.  F.  4. 
Mrs.  Joan  Hudson,  Libn. 

INSURANCE  UNDERWITERS  AS- 
SOCIATION OF  THE  PACIFIC.  320 
California  St.,  S.   F.  4. 

INTERNATIONAL  LONGSHORE- 
MEN'S AND  WAREHOUSEMEN'S 
UNION  LIBRARY.  604  Montgomery 
St.,  S.  F.  11. 

JAMES  DENMAN  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  241  Oneida  St. 
Lynnea   Berthelson,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,947.17  ;  Circ  :  21,173 

Total  vols  :  8,724  ;  New  :  652 

Subs  :  Mags  :  57  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,460  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JAMES  LICK  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1220  Noe  St.  Margaret 
Reimann,  Libn, 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,459.12  ;  Circ  :  12,288 

Total  vols  :  5,475  ;  New  :  355 

Subs:  Mags:  20;  Newsp:  1 

Fac :  51 ;  Stud  :  1,102  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

JOHN  A.  O'CONNELL  VOCATION- 
AL HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2905 
21st  St.  Helen   B.  Skrabak,  Libn. 

;  Staff  :  1  libn  ;  *  clerk 

I  Book  fund  :  $4,091.76  ;  Circ  :  3,775 
Total  vols  :  4,627  ;  New  :  524 
Subs  :  Mags  :  225  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  38  ;  Stud  :  823  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

KATHERINE  DELMAR  BURKE 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3065  Jackson  St. 
Anne  Andreason,  Libn. 

!  Staff  :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $100 
■  Total  vols  :  3,200  ;  New  :  190 
I  Subs  :  Mags  :  7  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  20  ;  Stud  :  365  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


LANGLEY     PORTER     NEUROPSY- 

CHIATRIC     INSTITUTE     LIBRARY. 

401   Parnassus  Ave.,  S.  F.  22.  Tel:   OV 

1-8080,   Ext.  329.  Edwarda   M.  Adams, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  other 

Purpose  :  To  provide  materials  and  as- 
sistance to  our  own  staff,  residents, 
and  trainees  as  well  as  to  Medical 
Center  personnel  and  students  in  the 
fields  of  Psychiatry,  Clinical  Psy- 
chology, Neuropathology,  Psychiatric 
Social  Work,  Nursing  and  Rehabili- 
tation Therapy 

Total  vols  :  5,122  ;  Pams  :  1,062 

New  title  :  350  ;  VF  drawers  :  13 

Subs:  Mags:  142;  Newsp:  1 

Special  collections :  Psychiatry,  Psycho- 
analysis, Clinical  Ps.ychology,  Neuro- 
pathology, Psychiatric  Social  Work, 
Nursing  and  Rehabilitation  Therapy. 

Expenditures:  $3,137;   Circ:  9,010 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  (very  limited) 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

LOWELL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1860  Hayes  St.  Margueriete  Grayson, 
Lois  Barnett,  Libns. 

Staff:  2  libns 

Book  fund:  $3,403.50;  Circ:  17,622 

Total  vols  :  12,100  ;  New  :  594 

Subs  :  Mags  :  73  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  79  ;  Stud  :  1,925  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

LUTHER  BURBANK  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  325  La  Grande 
Ave.  John  H.  Nutley  &  Pauline  Levie, 
Libns. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn  ;  ^  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,868.24  ;  Circ  :   11,930 
Total  vols  :  6,950  ;  New  :  528 
Subs  :  Mags  :  33  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  76 ;  Stud  :  1,680  ;  Grades  7-9 

M.  H.  de  YOUNG  MUSEUM,  ART 
REFERENCE  LIBRARY.  Golden 
Gate  Park,  S.F.  18. 

For  reference  only 

McCANN- ERICKSON,  INC.,  LI- 
BRARY. 114  Sansome  St.,  S.F.  4. 

McCUTCHEN,  DOYLE,  BROWN  & 
ENERSEN  LAW  LIBRARY.  Balfour 
BIdg.,  S.F.  4.  Dorothy  M.  Andrews, 
Libn. 

MARINA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3500  Fillmore  St.  Madeline 
Fahs,   Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,822.09  ;  Circ  :  16,501 

Total  vols  :  13,750  ;  New  :  569 

Subs  :  Mags  :  68  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  56  ;  Stud  :  1,170  ;  Grades  7-9 


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SAN   FRANCISCO-Continued 

MARY'S  HELP  COLLEGE  OF 
NURSING  LIBRARY.  145  Guerrero 
St.,  S.F.  3. 

MECHANICS'  INSTITUTE  LI- 
BRARY. 57  Post  St.,  S.F.  4.  Tel:  GA 
1-1750.  John  C.  Stump,  Libn. 

Staff :  13 

Total  vols :  160,135 
Subs  :  ^lags  :  500  ;  Newsp  :  50 
Circ :  149,000 

Available  to  :  Members  only. 
Inteiiibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

METROPOLITAN  LIFE  INSUR- 
ANCE CO.  LIBRARY.  600  Stockton 
St.  Josephine  Calloway,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose:  To  serve  as  :  1)  reference  and 
records  center  for  Company  staff;  2) 
recreational  library  for  all  employees. 

Total  vols :  3,500 

New  titles  :  225  ;  VF  drawers :  20 

Subs  :  Mags  :  ISO  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Special  collections  :  life  insurance,  vital 
statistics  and  public  health. 

Circ :  18,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  &  abstracting  ;  cen- 
tralized procurement  of  publications 
and  subscriptions. 

MISSION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
18th  St.,  corner  of  Dolores  St.  Kara  S. 
Whitcher,  Marilyn   Bergen,  Libns. 

Staff:  2  libns 

Book  fund  :  $3,272.04  ;  Circ  :  15.146 

Total  vols  :  13,101 ;  New  :  580 

Subs  :  Mags  :  73  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  108  ;  Stud  :  2,3.58  ;  Grades  10-12 

MORRISON,    FOERSTER,    HOLLO- 
WAY,    SHUMAN     &    CLARK     LAW 
LIBRARY.   11th    Floor  Crocker   BIdg., 
S.F.  4.  Edith  C.  Nielsen,  Libn. 
Staff :  1 

Total  vols  :  17,000  ;  New  :  452 
Subs  :  Mags  :  80 

Serves :  Private  library  for  members  of 
the  law  firm  and  their  clients  only. 
However,  they  do  loan  to  other  law 
libraries  in  the  Bay  Area  upon  request. 

NOTRE  DAME  DES  VICTOIRES 
HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  659  Pine 
St.,  S.F.  8. 

NOTRE  DAME  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 347  Dolores  St.  Sister  Lor- 
etta  Joan,  Libn. 

Staff :  f  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $550 

Total  vols :  4,400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  12  ;  Stud  :  200  ;  Grades  9-12 


PACIFIC  GAS  &  ELECTRIC  COM- 
PANY LIBRARY.  245  Market  St., 
S.F.  6.  Tel:  SU  1-4211,  ext.  2738.  Anne 
Burnett,  Libn. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  other 

Purpose :  To  serve  informational  needs 
of  company  executives  and  employees. 

Total  vols :  5,404 

New  titles  :  150  ;  VF  drawers  :  53 

Subs  :  Mags  :  360 

Special  collections :  Public  utilities  eco- 
nomics ;  electric,  gas,  hydraulic,  civil, 
mechanical  engineering ;  etc. 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  &  abstracting. 

PACIFIC  GAS  AND  ELECTRIC  CO. 
LAW  LIBRARY.  245  Market  St.  Noel 
M.  Weaver,  Libn. 

Staff :  2 

Total  vols  :  16,000  ;  New :  410 

Subs  :  Mags  :  42 

Not  open  to  public. 

PACIFIC  TELEPHONE  AND  TELE- 
GRAPH CO.  LIBRARY.  140  New 
Montgomery  St.,  S.F.  5. 

THE  PACIFIC-UNION  CLUB  LI- 
BRARY. 1000  California  St.,  S.F.  8. 
Tel:  PR  5-1233.  Mrs.  Rosa  Nicol,  Libn. 
Staff :  1 

Total  vols :  20,500 
Available  to  :  other  libraries. 
Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

PAULIST  LIBRARY.  614  Grant  Ave., 
S.F.  8.  Tel:  DO  2-0959.  Mrs.  Mary  P. 
Irwin,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns  ;  38  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  Catholic  research, 
reference  and  reading. 

Total  vols :  10,000 

New  titles :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  12 

Special  collections :  Reference  library — 
leading  Catholic  publications 

Expenditures  :  $1,600  ;  Circ  :  10,522 

Available  to :  Membership,  other  li- 
braries and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  to  other  Catholic  li- 
braries on  request. 

Services :  Literature  searching. 

PELTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 45  Conkling  St.  Robert  E. 
Campbell   &  Terence  Alberigi,    Libns. 

Staff :  2  libns. 

Book  fund  :  $2,248.34  ;  Circ  :  14,730 

Total  Vols  :  4,478  ;  New :  744 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud.  1,600  ;  Grades  7-9 

POLYTECHNIC  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 701  Frederick  St.  Marie  Car- 
roll, Mary  Foster,  Libns. 

Staff  :  2  libns  ;  1  part-time 

Book  fund:  $3,731.10;  Circ:  17,047 


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Total  vols  :  12,136  ;  New  :  811 

Subs  :  Mags  :  140  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  82  ;  Stud.  1,753  ;  Grades  10-12 

PORTOLA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 350  Girard  St.  Helen  M.  Van 
De  Venter,  Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn. ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,849.82  ;  Circ  :  9,008 

Total  vols  :  10,718  ;  New  :  403 

Subs  :  Mags  :  68  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  55  ;  Stud.  1,264  ;  Grades  7-9 

PRESENTATION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  281    Masonic  Ave.,  S.F.  18. 

PRESIDIO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 450  30th  Ave.  Dorris  E. 
Pratt,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,671.03  ;  Circ  :  26,742 
Total  vols  :  11,197  ;  New :  442 
Subs  :  Mags  :  107  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  58  ;  Stud.  1,368  ;  Grades  7-9 

PRESS  AND  UNION  LEAGUE  CLUB 
LIBRARY.  555  Post  St.,  S.F.  2.  Fred- 
eric J.  Southerland,  Libn. 

RIORDAN      HIGH      SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.  175   Phelan   Ave.   Bro.   Rich- 
lard   Roesch,  S.M.,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns. 
I  Circ :  16,541 
j  Total  vols  :  8,0-30  ;  New  :  863 

Subs  :  Mags  :  140  ;  Newsp  :  5 
j  Fac  :  37  ;  Stud.  900  ;  Grades  9-12 

ROOSEVELT    JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  460   Arguello    Blvd.    Helen 
iJ.   McBride,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  i  clerk 
iBook  fund:  $1,843.70;  Circ:  17,410 

Total  vols  :  10,300  ;  New  :  354 
;  Subs  :  Mags  :  56  ;  Newsp  :  2 
[Fac:  51;  Stud.  1,097;  Grades  7-9 

ISACRED     HEART     HIGH     SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.     1075     Ellis     St.     John     E. 
IWaller,  Libn. 

i  Staff  :  1  libn. ;  i  teacher-libn. 
Circ :  5,937 

Total  vols  :  4,963  ;  New  :  1,393 
Subs  :  Mags  :  57  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  32  ;  Stud.  800  ;  Grades  9-12 

ST.  ANDREWS  SOCIETY  LIBRARY. 

Native  Sons'  Hall,  414  Mason  St.,  S.F. 
2. 

ST.   IGNATIUS    HIGH    SCHOOL   Ll- 
IBRARY.  222  Stanyan   St.   Bro.   Leon- 
|ard  Sullivan,  S.  J.,  Libn. 
,  Book  fund  :  $2,400  ;  Circ  :  5,500 

Total  vols  :  6,500 ;  New  :  350 
:  Subs  :  Mags  :  47  ;  Newsp  :  4 
jFac  :  42  ;  Stud.  1,040  ;  Grades  9-12 

ST.  JAMES  BOYS  SCHOOL  Ll- 
JBRARY.  180  Fair  Oaks  St.,  S.F.  10. 

JST.    LUKE'S    HOSPITAL    MEDICAL 
LIBRARY.  1580  Valencia  St.,  S.F.  10. 


ST.  MARY'S  LIBRARIES.  2200  Hayes 
St.,  S.F.  17.  Tel:  SK  2-4000.  Sister  M. 
Joan,  Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns. ;  2  volunteers 

Purpose :  To  meet  the  needs  of  the  Med- 
ical Staff :  professional  reading  and 
research ;  to  fill  the  need  of  any  stud- 
ent group  or  graduate  group  ;  to  pro- 
vide patients  with  books  of  varied 
interest. 

Total  vols":  17,000  ;  Pams  :  4-50 

New  titles :  75 

Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Special  collections :  Marian  books,  Hili- 
are  Belloc,  Californiana 

Expenditures  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  9,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  all  libraries  on  re- 
quest. 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  recordings 
(tape  or  disc) . 

ST.  PAUL'S  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   323    29th    St.,    S.F.    14. 

ST.  PETER'S  ACADEMY  LIBRARY. 
1245  Alabama  St. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn. 
Book  fund  :  $200  ;  Circ :  2,000 
Total  vols  :  4,000  ;  New  :  50 
Subs  :  Mags  :  12  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac:  6  ;  Stud.  160;  Grades  9-12 

ST.     ROSE     ACADEMY     LIBRARY. 

2475  Pine  St.,  S.F.  15. 

ST.  VINCENT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1301  Geary.  Sister  Colette, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn. 
Book  fund  :  $500  ;  Circ  :  9,499 
Total  vols  :  3,363  ;  New  :  200 
Subs  :  Mags  :  40  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  12  ;  Stud.  240  ;  Grades  9-12 

SAN  FRANCISCO  ART  INSTITUTE 
LIBRARY.  800  Chestnut  St.,  Califor- 
nia School  of  Fine  Arts.  Richard  Mil- 
ler, Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
tahle. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  CHAMBER  OF 
COMMERCE  LIBRARY.  333  Pine  St., 
S.F.  4.  Mary  J.  L'Abbe,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Total  vols  :  1,000  ;  City  directories  :  350  ; 

Pams :  200 
Subs  :  Mags  :  10  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Special    collections :    material    on    San 

Francisco. 
Expenditures :  $30-50. 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral. 
Interlibrary  loan :  restricted. 
Services :  City  directories. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  CHRONICLE  LI- 
BRARY. 5th  and  Mission  Sts.,  S.F.  19. 
Tel:  GA  1-1111.  Mrs.  Thelma  Percy, 
Libn. 


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SAN    FRANCISCO-Continued 

San  Francisco   City   College  Library. 
See  City  College  of  San  Francisco. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  COLLEGE  FOR 
WOMEN  LIBRARY.  Lone  Mountain. 
Mother  K.  Cassidy,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
taile. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  EMPLOYERS 
COUNCIL,  RESEARCH  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY. 114  Sansome  St.,  S.F.  4. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  CONSERVATORY 
OF  MUSIC  LIBRARY.  1201  Ortega 
Street.  Joseph    Biskind,   M.A.,   Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  EXAMINER  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  3100,  Rincon  An- 
nex, 3rd  &  Market  Sts.,  S.F.  19.  Larry 
Lieurance,  Libn. 

StafE :  5  libns. ;  8  others 

Purpose :  This  a  newspaper  library  and 
is  not  for  the  use  of  the  general  pub- 
lic ..  .  other  than  for  telephone  in- 
quiry .  .  .  and  then  providing  a  quick 
answer  with  a  minimum  amount  of 
research  can  be  given. 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan :  restricted. 

SAN    FRANCISCO    LAW    LIBRARY. 

436  City  Hall,  S.F.  2.  Robert  J.    Ever- 

son,  Libn. 

Staff :  14  ;  Income  :  $122,190.90 

Total  vols  :  199,585  ;  New  :  3,371 

Subs  :  Mags  :  466 

Open  to  public. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  LAW  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1044  Post  St.  Amos  Bech- 
tald,   Libn. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  LIGHTHOUSE 
FOR  THE  BLIND.  745  Buchanan  St., 
S.F.  2.  Tel:    HEmlock  1-1481. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  LODGE  THEOS- 
OPHICAL  SOCIETY  LIBRARY.  414 
Mason.  Agnes  Kast,  Libn. 

Staff :  5 

Purpose :  To  study  and  research,  com- 
parative philosophies,  sciences,  reli- 
gions and  occult  laws  in  nature,  aman 
and  metaphysics. 

Total  vols  :  5,700  ;  Pams  :  5,987 

Subs  :  Mags  :  8 

Special  collections :  rare  books  on  phi- 
losophy science,  religion,  occultism, 
etc. 

Expenditures  :  mostly  donations  ;  Circ  : 
597 

Interlibrary  loan  :  restricted. 

SAN    FRANCISCO    MUSEUM    OF 

ART  LIBRARY.  War  Memorial,  Civic 

Center,  S.F.  2.   Mrs.  Anneliese   Hoyer, 

Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn. 


Purpose :  To  serve  as  reference  library 
on  modern  art  for  the  Museum  staff 
and  the  visiting  public. 

Total  vols :  3,200 

New  titles  :  50  ;  VF  drawers  :  40 

Subs  :  Mags  :  45 

Special  collections :  Foreign  and  domes- 
tic exhibition  catalogs  of  art  ma- 
terials. 

Expenditures :  $500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 
and  public  by  referral. 

Interlibrary  loan  :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  photo- 
stat copying ;  film  library. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. Larkin  &  McAllister  Sts. 
William  R.  Holman,  Libn. 

Outlets :  25  branches,  13  bookmobile 
stops. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  STATE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.   1600   Holloway  Ave.   Ken- 
neth J.  Brough,  Libn. 
Branches  :   Downtown   Center  Library  ; 

Frederic     Burk      Library      (Campus 

School) 
See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 

table. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  SYMPHONY  OR- 
CHESTRA MUSIC  LIBRARY.  War 
Memorial  Opera  House. 

SAN  FRANCISCO  UNIFIED 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT,  TEACHERS 
PROFESSIONAL  LIBRARY.  135  Van 
Ness  Ave.  Geraldine  Ferring,  Supv. 
Edith  B.  Conkey,  Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SARAH  DIX  HAMLIN  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2120  Broadway,  S.F.  15.  Mrs. 
Edna  C.  Longshore,  Libn. 

SCOTTISH     RITE     OF     FREE     MA- 
SONRY     LIBRARY.     Scottish      Rite  i 
Temple,  1290  Sutter  St.,  S.F.  9. 

SIERRA  CLUB   LIBRARY.  220  Bush  i 
St.,  S.F.  4.  Tel:   YU  2-2822. 

SIMPSON  BIBLE  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 801  Silver  Ave.  Stuart  Comp- 
ton,  Libn. 

SOCIETY  OF  CALIFORNIA  PIO- 
NEERS LIBRARY.  456  McAllister 
St.,  S.F.  2.  Mrs.  Helen  S.  Giffen,  Libn. 

Staff :  1 

Purpose :  Research  in  Californiana. 

Total  vols  :  12,000 ;  VF  drawers  :  42 

SOCIETY     OF     MAYFLOWER     DE- 
SCENDANTS    LIBRARY.    12    Geary  "i 
St.,  S.F.  8. 

SOUTHERN  PACIFIC  LIBRARY.  65 
Market  St.,  S.F.  5.  Tel:  DO  2-1212, 
Ext.  2-2213.  Mrs.  Elsie  M.  Petterson, 
Libn. 


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SOUTHERN  PACIFIC  GENERAL 
HOSPITAL      MEDICAL      LIBRARY. 

1400  Fell  St. 

STANDARD  OIL  COMPANY  OF 
CALIFORNIA  LIBRARY.  225  Bush 
Street,  S.F.  20.  Tel:  SU  1-7700,  ext. 
2374.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  B.  Roth,  Libn. 

Staff :  6  libns. ;  8  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  an  information 
and  library  service  to  executives,  pro- 
fessional personnel,  and  other  em- 
ployees of  Standard  Oil  Company  of 
California  and  subsidiaries. 

Total  vols  :  16,207  ;  Pams  :  29,256 

New  titles  :  1,512  ;  VF  drawers  :  16 

Subs  :  Mags  :  1070,  Newsp  :  16 

Special  collections :  Petroleum  technol- 
ogy &  geology ;  business  methods. 

Circ :  101,400 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral  (refei'ence  only) 

Interlibrary  loan :  limited  to  special  re- 
quests. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying,  briefing  & 
abstracting ;  centralized  procurement 
of  publications  and  subscriptions. 

STATE  CHAMBER  OF  COMMERCE 
LIBRARY.  350   Bush   St.,  S.F.  4. 

STATE  DIVISION  OF  MINES  AND 
GEOLOGY  LIBRARY.  Ferry  Bldg., 
S.F.  1.  William  A.  Sansburn,  Libn. 
Tel:    GA   1-8800. 

Total  vols :  25,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  220 ;  Newsp  :  25 
Interlibrary   loan :   All  libraries   on  re- 
quest 

STATE  FEDERATION  OF  LABOR 
RESEARCH  LIBRARY.  810  David 
Hewes    Bldg.,   995    Market   St.,   S.F.  3. 

SUPREME  COURT  OF  CALIFOR- 
NIA LIBRARY.  Rm.  407,  State  Bldg., 
S.F.  2. 

SUTRO      LIBRARY,      CALIFORNIA 

STATE  LIBRARY.  Golden  Gate  Ave. 

at   Temescal.    (Mailing    address:    2130 

Fulton    St.,    S.F.    17)     Mrs.    Carma    R. 

Leigh,  State  Libn.  Richard  H.  Dillon, 

Sutro   Libn. 

Subjects :  English  history,  U.S.  local 
history  and  genealogy,  voyages  and 
travels,  early  science,  rare  books, 
Mexican  history 

Special  collections :  Sir  Joseph  Banks 
manuscripts,  10,000  pieces ;  English 
and  Mexican  pamphlets ;  genealogy 
reference  ;  Renaissance  and  Reforma- 
tion books  in  Latin  and  German ; 
Hebrew  manuscripts  ;  maps  ;  first  edi- 
tions 


SWEDISH  SOCIETY  OF  SAN 
FRANCISCO  LIBRARY.  2174  Mar- 
ket St.,  S.F.  14. 

U.S.  ARMY  FORT  MASON  POST 
LIBRARY.  Fort  Mason.  Mrs.  Helen 
G.  Hines,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose :  To  provide  progressive  public 
library  type  service  to  all  military, 
dependents,  and  civilian  personnel  of 
the  military  community 

Total  vols  :  5,199  ;  Pams  :  325 

New  titles  :  500  ;  VF  drawers  :  2 

Subs  :  Mags  :  22  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections  :  Military  science  col- 
lection, including  U.S.  Army  in  World 
War  II  series 

Expenditures:   $2,300;   Circ:  30,444 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  recordings 
(tape  or  disc) 

U.S.  ARMY.  LETTERMAN  GEN- 
ERAL HOSPITAL,  MEDICAL  LI- 
BRARY. Presidio  of  San  Francisco. 
Mary  E.  Caruso,  Libn.  Tel:  JO  1-3124. 

Staff :  3  libns. 

Purpose :  To  give  reference  and  biblio- 
graphic service  to  the  staff  for  training^ 
treatment  and  research  in  medicine 

Total  vols  :  1,200 ;  Pams  :  400 

New  titles  :  588  ;  VF  drawers  :  1 

Subs  :  Mags  :  375 

Special  collections :  Medicine  and  allied 

SCIGIICGS 

Expenditures:  $8,500;   Circ:  12,828 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

U.S.  ARMY.  LETTERMAN  ARMY 
HOSPITAL  POST  AND  PATIENTS 
LIBRARY.  Letterman  Army  Hospital, 
Presidio  of  San  Francisco.  Mrs.  Agnes 
C.  Campbell,  Libn. 

U.S.  ARMY.  SIXTH  U.S.  ARMY  LI- 
BRARY AND  LIBRARY  DEPOT. 
Bldg.  M  13-14,  Presidio  of  San  Fran- 
cisco. Tel:  JO  rdan  1-3028.  Wendell 
B.  Coon,  Sixth  U.S.  Army  Libn.,  Mrs. 
Elizabeth    Bock,  Supv.   Libn. 

FORT  BAKER  BRANCH  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Doris  Enman,  in 
charge. 

FORT    WINFIELD     SCOTT 

BRANCH  LIBRARY.  Barbara  Jes- 
kalian,   Ext.   Services    Libn. 

—  PRESIDIO  OF  SAN  FRAN- 
CISCO POST  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Eliza- 
beth  Bock,  Libn. 


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NEWS  NOTES  OP  CALIFORNIA  LIBEARIES 


SAN    FRANCISCO— Continued 

U.S.  ARMY,  TRANSPORTATION 
CORPS,  POST  LIBRARY.  BIdg.  111, 
Fort  Mason.   Helen  G.  Rodan,  Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn. 

Purpose :  Serves  as  the  informational, 
research,  recreational  reading  and 
study  center  of  the  Fort  Mason  mili- 
tary installation.  Furnishes  free  serv- 
ices to  military  personnel,  dependents 
and  civilian  employees  on  the  post 

Total  vols  :  5,200' ;  Pams  :  5,203 

New  titles  :  500 ;  VF  drawers  :  2 

Subs  :  Mags  :  33  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Military  section  in- 
cludes military  history,  U.S.  History 
of  WWII  Series,  Trials  of  War  Crim- 
inals vols.  I-XV 

Circ :  29,268 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Extended  to  Sixth 
Army  libraries  in  the  area,  Oakland 
Army  Terminal  Post  Library 

Services :  Literature  searching 

U.S.  BUREAU  OF  MINES,  SAN 
FRANCISCO  PETROLEUM  RE- 
SEARCH LABORATORY,  Reg.  II, 
1429  Appraisers  BIdg.,  630  Sansome  St. 

U.S.  CIRCUIT  COURT  OF  AP- 
PEALS, NINTH  CIRCUIT,  LIBRARY. 
Room  310,  Post  Office  BIdg.,  7th  and 
Mission  Sts.,  S.F.  1. 

U.S.  DEPT.  OF  COMMERCE,  OF- 
FICE OF  FIELD  SERVICES  LI- 
BRARY. 419  Custom  House,  555 
Battery  St.,  S.F.  11.  Tel:  YU  6-3111, 
Ext.  2176.   Louise   Candau,   Libn. 

U.S.  MARINE  CORPS  SUPPLY 
FORWARDING  ANNEX,  SPECIAL 
SERVICES  LIBRARY.  BIdg.  1,  Rm. 
219,  100  Harrison  St. 

U.S.  NAVAL  RADIOLOGICAL  DE- 
FENSE LABORATORY.  Tel:  Ml 
8-6900,  Ext.  343.  Mrs.  Edna  R.  Bow- 
man, Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns. ;  4  others 

Purpose :  To  procure  information  and 
make  it  available  to  the  technical 
staff  of  the  laboratory 

Total  vols :  16,600 

New  titles  :  1,000 ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  380  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Nuclear  sciences 
and  atomic  energy — particularly  ef- 
fects of  radiation 

Expenditures  :  $15,000  ;  Circ  :  19,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions 


U.S.  NAVAL  STATION  LIBRARY. 
BIdg.  263,  Treasure  Island.  Tel:  EX 
2-3931,  Ext.  2676.  Elizabeth  Guethlein, 
Libn. 

Staff :  3 

Purpose :  Provides  education,  informa- 
tional, cultural  and  recreational  serv- 
ices for  the  personnel  at  Treasure 
Island  and  for  those  in  the  12th 
Naval  District  where  no  other  library 
facilities  are  readily  available 

Total  vols  :  15,000 ;  Pams  :  20O 

New  titles  :  1,900 

Subs  :  Mags  :  73  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Special  collections :  Electronics 

Expenditures  :  $1,200  ;  Circ  :  25,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

U.S.  NAVY  TRAINING  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. San  Francisco  Naval  Ship- 
yard,  Hunter's  Point,  S.F.  24. 

U.S.  PENITENTIARY  LIBRARY. 
Alcatraz.  Mr.   H.   M.  Schalier,  Libn. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  CALIFORNIA 
SAN  FRANCISCO  MEDICAL  CEN- 
TER LIBRARY.  3rd  and  Parnassus. 
Mrs.  Carmenina  Tomassini,  Libn. 

Staff :  11  libns  ;  30  others 

Purpose :  Serves  primarily  faculty,  stu- 
dents and  research  personnel  of  the 
four  professional  schools  (Medicine, 
Dentistry,  Pharmacy  and  Nursing), 
staffs  of  two  hospitals  and  medical 
and  dental  clinics  and  by  coiirtesy  to 
off-campus  persons  associated  with 
the  Health  Sciences 

Total  vols  :  192,361 ;  Pams  :  1,273 

New  titles  :  10,000  ;  VF  drawers  :  6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  2,785  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Special  collections  :  History  of  Medicine 
and    History    of    Science,    Osleriana, 
Anesthesia,       Medical       Galiforniana,  jf 
Historv  of  Oriental  Medicine 

Circ :  96,542 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral  only 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest ;  rare  books  and  archive  mate- 
rials ;  current  periodicals  and  some 
bound  periodicals  of  the  last  five 
years  :  Photocopies  available  at  nom- 
inal cost 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photoduplication  service ; 
centralized  procurement  of  publica- 
tions and  subscriptions  (for  campus 
depts.  only) 

UNIVERSITY  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO, 

Richard  A.  Gleeson  Library.  Rev.  Wil- 
liam J.  Monihan,  S.J.,  Libn.  Depart- 
mental Libraries:  (2)  Physics  and 
Chemistry. 

See  state  and  other  four-pear  colleges 
taile. 


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UNIVERSITY  OF  SAN  FRANCISCO 
SCHOOL  OF  LAW  LIBRARY.  S.F. 
17.   Elizabeth-Anne  Quigley,  Libn. 

Staff :  3 

Total  vols  :  27,763  ;  New  :  796 

Subs  :  Mags  :  89 

Not  open  to  public 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
HOSPITAL  LIBRARY.  42nd  Ave.  and 
Clement  Sts.,  S.F.  21.  Tel:  BA  1-4810, 
Ext.  291. 

MEDICAL     LIBRARY.     42nd 


Ave.  and  Clement  St.,  S.F.  21.  Tel: 
BA  1-4810,  Ext.  291.  Eioise  Ryan, 
Libn. 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 
REGIONAL  OFFICE  MEDICAL  LI- 
BRARY. 49  Fourth  St.  Mrs.  Alice  E. 
Duffy,  Libn. 

■;  Staff:  1 

Purpose:  Medical  and  related  fields 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary   loan :    All  libraries   on   re- 
quest 

WELLS  FARGO  BANK-AMERICAN 
TRUST  COMPANY  LIBRARY.  14 
iMontgomery   St.,   S.F.   20. 

[WELLS  FARGO  BANK-AMERICAN 
ITRUST  COMPANY,  HISTORY 
!R00M.  30  Montgomery  St.  Irene 
iSimpson,    Libn.  Tel:    EX  7-4411. 

;Staff:  llibn;  1.5  others 

[Purpose :  Reference  collection  and  com- 
pany museum,  open  to  the  public 

'Total  vols :  1,200 

Binders :  500 

Special  collections :  Photograph  collec- 
tion of  8,000'  prints  on  staging,  pony 
express,  San  Francisco  and  Wells 
Fargo  Agents  and  agencies 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

ilnterlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

WESTERN  PACIFIC  RAILROAD 
CO.,  FREIGHT  TRAFFIC  DEPT.  LI- 
BRARY.  526    Mission    St.,   S.F,  5. 

WINE  INSTITUTE  LIBRARY.  717 
Market  St.,  S.F.  3.  Tel:  YU  6-0878, 
Ext.   19.    Eleanor   Prindle,   Libn. 

jPurpose :  To  collect,  catalog  and  file 
vdne  industry  information,  and  to 
make    this    information    available    to 

1,    members  and  others 

Total  vols  :  1,750 

Special  collections :  California  Wine  In- 
dustry photographs 

Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

,    and  public  by  referral 

ilnterlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  central- 

j    ized  procurement  of  publications  and 

!    subscriptions 

WOMEN'S  CITY  CLUB  LIBRARY 
m  Post  St.,  S.F.  2. 


WORLD     AFFAIRS     COUNCIL     LI- 
BRARY.  421    Powell   St.,  S.F.  2.  Tel: 
YU    2-2541.    Mrs.    Rosemarie    F.    Ben- 
ton, Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose :  Adult  education  in  world  af- 
fairs 
Total  vols  :  7,900  ;  Pams  :  10,000 
New  titles  :  200  ;  VF  drawers  :  9 
Subs  :  Mags  :  300  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Expenditures  :  $1,700  ;  Circ :  3,000 
Available  to :   Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  Limited,  to  member- 
ship only 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

WORLD  TRADE  CENTER  LI- 
BRARIES OF  THE  SAN  FRAN- 
CISCO WORLD  TRADE  CENTER 
AUTHORITY.  Ferry  BIdg.,  S.F.  11. 
Tel:    DO  2-0701.  Mrs.  Jeanne  Nichols, 

I_  I  hn 

Staff":  2  libns. 

Purpose :  To  provide  current  trade  and 
economic  information,  both  foreign 
and  domestic,  for  the  purpose  of  as- 
sisting in  the  development  of  Cali- 
fornia trade 

Total  vols :  7,537 

New  titles  :  1,000  : 

Subs  :  Mags  :  343  : 


40 


VF  drawers ; 
Newsp  :  40 

Special  collections  :  Trade  and  telephone 
directories  (foreign  and  domestic)  ; 
foreign  magazines.  Feature  trade  and 
industry  data ;  shipping  and  port 
data ;  economics — for  all  countries 

Expenditures  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  900 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  members  of  W.  T.  Club  or  tenant 
of  center. 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying 


SAN   GABRIEL  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

SAN  GABRIEL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 801  Ramona  St.  (Mrs.)  Ger- 
aldine    R.   Huck,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3,728  ;  Circ  :  31,642 

Total  vols  :  7,579  ;  New  :  1,093 

Subs  :  Mags  :  96  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac :  82  ;  Stud  :  1,770  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAN  GABRIEL  MISSION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Santa  Anita  at 
Broadway. 


SAN   JACINTO  (Raves-ssde  Co.) 

SAN    JACINTO    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   Mrs.    Ruth    Shepherd,    Libn. 

Staff :  i  teacher-libn. 

Book  refund  :  $.300  ;  Circ  :  5,720 

Total  vols  :  2,925  ;  New  :  105 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  22  ;  Stud  :  286  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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SAN   JACINTO-Continued 

SAN    JACINTO    PUBLIC    LIBRARY. 

220     Ramona     Blvd.     Mrs.     Ruth      H. 

Wedge,   Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Riverside  Co.  F.  L. 


SAN  JOSE  (Santes  Clara  Co.) 

A.    LINCOLN     HIGH     SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. 555  Dana  Ave.  Mrs.  Eleanor 
Collins,  Libn. 
Staff:  llibn. 

Total  vols  :  7.000  ;  New :  398 
Subs  :  Mags  :  107  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Stud  :  1,200  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

AGNEWS  STATE  HOSPITAL,  MED- 
ICAL LIBRARY.  Tel:  AM  2-2100, 
Ext.  3489.  Mrs.  Lucille  Leuschner, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  furnish  staff  members  in 
the  hospital  with  reading  material  for 
study  and  information  pertaining  to 
their  profession  to  aid  them  in  help- 
ing the  patients 

Total  vols  :  2,500  ;  Pams  :  75 

New  titles :  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  55 

Special  collections :  Psychiatry  and  re- 
lated subjects,  psychology,  psycho- 
therapy, social  science,  psychiatric 
nursing,  etc. 

Expenditures  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  3,000 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

AGNEWS  STATE  HOSPITAL,  REC- 
REATIONAL    LIBRARY.     Tel:     AM 
2-2100,  Ext.  3489.  Mrs.  Lucille  Leusch- 
ner,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. 

Purpose :  The  library  furnishes  recrea- 
tional and  educational  reading  mate- 
rials for  all  patients 

Total  vols  :  8,.500  ;  Pams  :  100 

New  titles :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  20  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Special  collections  :  Bibliotherapv 

Expenditures  :  $800  ;  Circ  :  50,000  mags  ; 
24,000  books 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  recordings  (tape  or  disc)  ; 
centralized  procurement  of  publica- 
tions and  subscriptions 

ANDREW  HILL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3200  Senter  Rd.  Mrs.  Frances 
F.  Perske,   Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn:  *  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,500  ;  Circ  :  24,000 

Total  vols  :  4,1.50  ;  New  :  1.000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  74  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  64 ;  Stud  :  1,400  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


BELLARMINE  COLLEGE  PREPAR- 
ATORY LIBRARY.  Emory  at  Elm  St. 
Bro.   Thomas   A.    Marshall,   S.J.,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Circ :  6.000 

Total  vols  :  10,477  ;  New :  953 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac:  46;  Stud:  860;  Grades:  9-12 

CAMDEN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 

Camden  and  Union  Ave.,  San  Jose  24. 
Muriel   Carson,   Libn. 

DEL  MAR  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1224  Del  Mar  Ave.  Robert  Bruce 
Torgny,   Libn. 

EAST  SIDE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  57  N.  White 
Rd.  Mrs.  Beauel    M.  Santa,  Libn. 

EDISON  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
275  Terra  I  ne. 

EDWIN  MARKHAM  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2105  Cottle  Ave. 

GENERAL  ELECTRIC  CO.,  ATOMIC 
POWER     EQUIPMENT     DEPT.     LI- 
BRARY.   Tel:    CY    7-3000,    Ext.    2357. 
P.  O.  Box  254,  2151  S.  First  St.  Alleen 
Thompson,  Libn. 
Staff  :  2  libns  ;  4  others 
YF  drawers :  200 
Subs  :  Mags  :  4.50  ;  Newsp  :  7 
Available  to  :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
Interlibrary   loan :    All  libraries   on   re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;     briefing     and     abstracting ; 
centralized    procurement    of    publica- 
tions and  subscriptions 

HERBERT  HOOVER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1471  Park  Ave. 
Mrs.  Winifred  M.  Samuels,  Libn. 

IBM  ADVANCED  SYSTEMS  DE- 
VELOPMENT AND  RESEARCH  LI- 
BRARY. Monterey  and  Cottle  Rds. 
Tel:  CY  7-2950.  Marjorie  Griffin,  Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns  ;  4  others 
Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  Pams  :  20,000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  572  ;  Newsp  :  12 
Available    to :    Co.    staff    and    other    li- 
braries 
Interlibrary   loan :    All   libraries   on   re- 
quest 
Services:     Bibliographies;     photostat 
copying  ;  briefing  and  abstracting. 

JAMES  LICK  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 57  N.  White  Rd.  Gertrude  D. 
Carlin,   Libn. 

Book  fund  :  $5,000  :  Circ  :  27,268 
Total  vols  :  9.022  ;  New  :  848 
Subs  :  Mags  :  66  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  85  ;  Stud  :  1,789  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

JOHN  iMUIR  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1260  Branham   Lane. 


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MORELAND     DISTRICT     LIBRARY. 

4335  Payne  Ave.  Jean  E.  Wichers, 
Acting    Dist.    Libn. 

NOTRE  DAME  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 596  S.  Second.  Sister  Marie 
Robert,    Libn. 

PETER  H.  BURNETT  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  850  N.  Second 
St..  San   Jose   12. 

ROSICRUCIAN  RESEARCH  LI- 
BRARY.   Rosicrucian    Park.    Te!:    CY 

5-0323.   Ruth    Phelps,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  other 

Purpose  :  To  serve  as  a  research  library 
both  for  local  and  worldwide  mem- 
bership of  the  Rosicrucian  Order, 
AMORC 

Total  vols  :  9,900 

New  titles :  1,000 ;  VF  drawers ;  8  incl. 
pamphlets 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Special  collections :  Egyptology,  psy- 
chology, parapsychology,  philosophy, 
mysticism,  Baconiana,  Rosicrucian- 
ism 

Expenditures  :  $535  ;  Circ  :  400 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

SAN     JOSE     CITY     COLLEGE     LI- 
BRARY. 2100  Moorpark  Ave.   Hubert 
E.  Hall,  Libn. 
See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

SAN  JOSE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 275  N.  24th  St.,  San  Jose  27. 

SAN  JOSE  DEPT.  OF  LIBRARY 
AND  TEXTBOOK  SERVICES.  2130 
Los  Gatos-Almaden  Rd.  Elise  Smith, 
Supv. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN    JOSE    INSTRUCTIONAL    MA- 
TERIALS DIVISION,  1605  Park  Ave. 
Mary    L.  Zingheim,   Supv. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  JOSE  MERCURY-HERALD 
NEWS  LIBRARY.  211  W.  Santa 
Clara  St. 

SAN  JOSE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Mar- 
ket and  San  Fernando  Sts.,  San  Jose 
13.  Mrs.  Geraldine  L.  Nurney,  Libn. 
Outlets :  3  branches.  47  community  and 
1  school  bookmobile  stops. 

SAN  JOSE  STATE  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 250  8.  Fourth  Street.  Joyce 
Backus,    Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

SAN  JOSE  VOCATIONAL  CENTER 
LIBRARY.  1991  Kingman,  San  Jose 
28. 


SANTA  CLARA  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 257  N.  Market  St.  George  F. 
Farrier,    Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Gilroy, 
Los  Gatos,  Mt.  View,  Palo  Alto,  San 
Jose,  Santa  Clara,  Sunnyvale. 

Outlets :  220 

Branches :    Central,    Campbell,   Cuper- 
tino, Los  Altos,  Saratoga 

Stations :  Alum  Rock,  Burbank,  Mil- 
pitas,  Morgan  Hill,  Mt.  Hamilton, 
Union,  Wrights 

Bookmobile  stops  :  86 

Schools :  127 

SANTA  CLARA  COUNTY  HOS- 
PITAL MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  San 
Jose- Los  Gatos  Rd.  Tel:  CY  3-0262, 
ext.   255.    Mrs.    Edna    N.   Graun,    Libn. 

Staff:  1  libn 

Purpose  :  Reading  and  reference  library 
for  membership  of  Santa  Clara 
County  Medical  Society  and  staff  and 
personnel  of  Santa  Clara  County 
Hospital 

Total  vols  :  3,707  ;  Pams  :  300 

New  titles  :  216  ;  VF  drawers  :  1 

Subs  :  Mags  :  165  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Special  collections :  Tumor  and  nursing 
library 

Expenditures  :  $3,500  ;  Circ  :  4,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

SANTA  CLARA  COUNTY  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. Room  242,  Hail  of  Records. 
Albert    C.   Wagner,    Libn. 

Staff  :  2  ;  Income  :  $24..312 
Total  vols  :  14,155  ;  New  :  280 
Subs  :  Mags  :  10 
Serves  :  Open  to  the  public 

SANTA  CLARA  CO.  TEACHERS 
LIBRARY.  O.  S.  Hubbard,  Co.  Supt. 
Included   in   Co.   F.L. 

THEODORE     ROOSEVELT     JR. 

HIGH     SCHOOL     LIBRARY.    901     E. 

Santa      Clara.      Mrs.      Islay     Stephen, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $700 

Total  vols  :  11.000  ;  New  :  237 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  48  ;  Stud  :  1,000  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

WILLOW  GLEN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2001  Cottle.  Norma  Hage, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $1.600 ;  Circ  :  8,936 
Total  vols  :  6,051 ;  New  :  429 
Subs  :  Mags  :  57  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  61 ;  Stud  :  1,2.58  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

WOODROW  WILSON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Grant  and  Vine 
St.,  San  Jose  10. 


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SAN  JUAN  BAUTISTA  (San  Benito  Co.) 

SAN     JUAN     BAUTISTA    CITY     LI- 
BRARY.    Masonic     Building,     Second 
St.   Mrs.  Clara  Zanetta,   Libn. 
Affiliated  with  :  San  Benito  Co.  F.L. 


SAN  JUAN  CAPSSTRANO  (Orange  Co.) 

CAPISTRANO      UNION       HIGH 

SCHOOL       LIBRARY.       Charles       H. 

Lauer,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,200 

Total  vols  :  5,075  ;  New  :  262 

Subs  :  Mags  :  22  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  32  ;  Stud  :  535  ;  Grades  :  8-12 


SAN   LEANDRO  (Alameda  Co.) 

BANCROFT  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1150  Bancroft  St. 

JOHN  MUIR  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1444  Williams  St.  Mrs. 
May  Lathrop,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,500 

Total  vols  :  6,500  ;  New  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  42  ;  Stud  :  810  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SAN  LEANDRO  COMMUNITY  LI- 
BRARY CENTER.  300  Estudillo  Ave. 
Stephen  D.  Ewing,  Libn. 
Contracts  with :  City  of  Oakland  (Re- 
ciprocal Service  Agreement)  ;  Ala- 
meda Co.  F.L.  for  bookmobile  service. 
Outlets :  3  stations,  2  bookmobile  stops 

SAN  LEANDRO  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY  SERVICES.  451 
W.  Joaquin  Ave.  Mrs.  Anna  Mary 
Lowrey,   Libn. 

SAN   LEANDRO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   2200    Bancroft.    Sandra    Ra- 
mois,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund :  $2,452.72 
Total  vols  :  6,782  ;  New  :  867 
Subs  :  Mags  :  116  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  74  ;  Stud  :  1,570  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


SAN    LORENZO  (Alameda  Co.) 

ARROYO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
15701  Lorenzo  Ave.  John  B.  Dooley, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,500  ;  Circ  :  21,000 

Total  vols  :  8,500  ;  New  :  900 

Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  100  ;  Stud  :  2,000  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAN  LORENZO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 725    Leweliing    Blvd. 


SAN   LUIS   OBISPO  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  MEN'S  COLONY  LI- 
BRARY. Box  W,  Los  Padres.  Mr. 
T.    R.   White,    Libn. 

Purpose :  To  provide  library  facilities 
for  inmates  and  staff  of  California 
state  prison. 

Subs  :  Mags  :  38  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Expenditures :  $4,500 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

See  also  state  prison  and  correctional 
school  libraries  table. 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  POLYTECH- 
NIC COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Francis  S. 
Allen,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 

SAN  LUIS  OBISPO  COUNTY  FREE 
LIBRARY.  1354  Bishop  St.  Mrs.  Lois 
King  Crumb,  Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county  except  San  Luis 
Obispo  City  and  Paso  Robles. 

Outlets:  20 

Stations :  Arroyo  Grande,  Atascadero, 
Cambria,  Cayucos,  Creston,  Grover 
City,  Halcyon,  Morro  Bay,  Nipomo, 
Oceano,  Pismo  Beach,  Pozo,  San 
Miguel,  Santa  Margarita,  Shandon, 
Shell  Beach,  Simmler,  South  Bay, 
Templeton. 

SAN  LUIS  OBISPO  COUNTY  LAW 
LIBRARY.  Room  305,  Courthouse. 
Mrs.   Frances  J.   Reynolds,   Libn. 

Staff  1 ;  Income  :  $6,962.69 

Circ  ■  254 

Total  vols  :  8,845  ;  New  :  275 

Subs  :  Mags  :  7 

Open  to  public  for  reference  only 

SAN  LUIS  OBISPO  CO.  SCHOOLS, 
INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERIALS 
CENTER.  2156  Sierra  Way.  Mrs. 
Muriei  Patterson,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  LUIS  OBISPO  CO.  TEACHERS 
LIBRARY. 

SAN       LUIS      OBISPO      JR.       HIGH 

SCHOOL     LIBRARY.     Mrs.     Dorothy 

Coleman,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Circ :  11.385 

Total  vols  :  5,000 ;  New  :  491 

Subs  :  Mags  :  44  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  43  ;  Stud  :  982  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SAN  LUIS  OBISPO  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 888  Morro  St.  Patricia  I. 
Clark,   Libn. 

SAN       LUIS      OBISPO      SR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    Mrs.    Elinor    C. 

Smith,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Circ :  14,582 

Total  vols  :  8,000 ;  New  :  663 

Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  47  ;  Stud  :  820  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


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SAN   LUIS   REY  (San  Diego  Co.) 

SAN  LUIS  REY  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. Rev.  Berard  Weishaar, 
O.F.M.,  Libn. 

(See   state   and   other-   four-year   colleges 
table. 


SAN   MAi^COS  (San  Diego  Co.) 

PALOMAR  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
Mrs.   Esther  W.   Nesbin,   Libn. 

*S'ee  junior  college  libraries  table. 

SAN   MARINO  (Los  AngeSes  Co.) 

HENRY  E.  HUNTINGTON  LI- 
BRARY AND  ART  GALLERY  LI- 
BRARY. 1151  Oxford  Rd.,  San  Marino 
9.    Robert   O.    Dougan,    Libn. 

SAN  MARINO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2701  Huntington  Drive.  Ai- 
leen    D.    Montgomery,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $5,(X)0 

Total  vols  :  6,600  ;  New  :  1,206 

Subs  :  Mags  :  92  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  64  ;  Stud  :  1,200  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAN  MARINO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
1890  Huntington  Dr.  June  E.  Bayiess, 
Libn. 

Outlets  :  2  branches,  1  station 

SAN   MATEO  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

COLLEGE  OF  SAN  MATEO  LI- 
BRARY. Coyote  Point  Campus.  Mrs. 
Mary   L.   Faught,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

HILLSDALE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 31st  and   Del    Monte. 

SAN  MATEO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   Belivue   and    Delaware. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund :  $6,000 

Total  vols  :  18,342  ;  New  :  968 

Subs  :  Mags  :  135  ;  Newsp  :  7 

Fac  :  79  ;  Stud  :  1,466  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SAN      MATEO     PUBLIC     LIBRARY. 

129     Second     Ave.     Mrs.     Pauline     H. 

Coleman,  Libn. 

Contracts  with :  San  Mateo  Co.  F.  L. 

Branches :  2 

Stations :  1 

SAN  MATEO  SCHOOL  DIST.  AND 
AUDIO-VISUAL  CENTER.  300  W. 
28th  Ave.  Mrs.  Frances  Erickson, 
Supv. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SERRA    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 

451  W.  20th  Ave.  John   L.  Zoph,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $975.98  ;  Circ :  1,680 

Total  vols  :  9,308  ;  New  :  207 

Subs  :  Mags  :  66  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  34  ;  Stud  :  920 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


SAN   PABLO  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

Helms    Jr.    High    School    Library,    see 
Richmond. 

CONTRA  COSTA  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 2801  Castro  Rd.  Charles  C. 
Smith,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 


SAN   PEDRO  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

SAN  PEDRO  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1001  W.  15th,  San  Pedro 
(Los  Angeles  city  schools)  Selma 
Haytema,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,366.65 

Total  vols.  7,873  ;  New  :  747 

Subs  :  Mags  :  115  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  82  ;  Stud  :  1,841 ;  Grades  :  10-12 

U.S.  ARMY.  FORT  MacARTHUR  LI- 
BRARY    SYSTEM.     Bidg.     84,     Fort 
MacArthur.  Tel:  TE  2-4571,  Ext.  6351. 
Helen    E.   Burgess,   Libn. 
Staff  :  2  libns  ;  3  others 
Purpose :  To  provide  progressive  public 
library    type    service    to    all    military, 
dependents,  and  civilian  personnel  of 
the  military  community 
Total  vols  :  12,995  ;  Pams  :  3,329 
New  titles  :  1,117 ;  VF  drawers  :  8 
Subs  :  Mags  :  93  ;  Newsp  :  15 
Special  collections  :  Militarv  affairs 
Expenditures  :  $5,243  ;  Circ  :  92,176 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,   other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 
Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  recordings  (tape  or  disc); 
children's  reading  program ;  bookmo- 
bile service  to  NIKE  sites 


SAN   QUENTIN  (Mae-in  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  PRISON-SAN 
QUENTIN  LIBRARY.  Tel:  GL  4- 
1460,  Ext.  55.  Herman  K.  Spector, 
Libn. 

Purpose :  To  assist  in  the  general  train- 
ing and  welfare  of  the  prison  popula- 
tion leading  toward  educational,  vo- 
cational, cultural,  and  personal  ad- 
justment and  advancement. 

Subs  :  Mags  :  111 ;  Newsp  :  19 

Special  collections :  Professional  litera- 
ture for  in-service  training  for  entire 
institutional  staff,  especially  crimino- 
logical, penologv. 

Expenditures :  $i0,400 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

See  also  state  prison  and  correctional 
school  libraries  table. 


206  NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 

SAN   RAFAEL  (Marin  Co.)  SA^!@SR  (fs-esno  Co.) 


DAVIDSON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Woodland  and  Lindero. 
Charles   J.    Freeman,    Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $800  ;  Circ  :  18,000 

Total  vols  :  3,800  ;  New  :  300 

Subs  :  MaKs  :  27  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  23  ;  Stud  :  550  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

DOMINICAN  COLLEGE  OF  SAN 
RAFAEL  LIBRARY.  Sister  Mary 
Marguerite,  Libn.  Departmental  li- 
brary:   Music 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
tahle. 

DOMINICAN    UPPER    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   1520    Grand    Ave.    Sister    M. 
Dolores,  O.P.,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  teacher-libn. ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,100  ;  Circ  :  3,650 
Total  vols  :  3,635  ;  New  :  335 
Subs  :  Mags  :  40 ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac:    41;    Stud:    109     (extended    day, 
119)  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

MARIN  CATHOLIC  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  675  Sir  Francis  Drake 
Blvd.  Mrs.  Zoe  G.   Bintley,   Libn. 

MARIN    COUNTY    FREE    LIBRARY. 

1711     Grand     Ave.     Mrs.     Virginia     V. 

Keating,   Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Mill  Val- 
ley, San  Rafael,  San  Anselmo,  and 
Sausalito.  Larkspur  by  special  agree- 
ment. 

Outlets :  113 

Branches  :  Novato 

Stations:  Belvedere -Tiburon,  Bolinas, 
Corte  Madera,  Fairfax,  Inverness, 
Kentfield,  Forest  Knolls,  Marin  City, 
Pt.  Reyes  Station,  Stinson  Beach, 
Tamalpais,  Toraales,  Woodacre.  Sum- 
mer Camp  Stations :  Girl  Scouts, 
Bluebirds,  Campfire  Girls,  Homestead, 
4H,  San  Quentin  (children  only)  and 
crippled  adults 

Bookmobile  stops :  20  community  and 
18  school 

Schools :  53 

MARIN  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

MARIN  CO.  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse. 

SAN  RAFAEL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1212  Linden   Lane. 

SAN  RAFAEL  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
1100  E  St.  Mrs.  Vivian  R.  Smith,  Libn. 

TAMALPAIS  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1675  Grand  Ave. 


SANGER  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Date  and  West.  Mrs.  Eu- 
nice Farschon,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn. 

Book  fund  :  $1,428  ;  Circ :  3,693 

Total  vols  :  3,271 ;  New  :  188 

Subs  :  Mags  :  120  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  54  ;  Stud  :  988  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAMTA   AHA  (OrenBige  Co.) 

GARDEN  GROVE  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT  LIBRARY.  1421 
N.  La  Bonita.  Mrs.  Arline  Schiller, 
Libn. 

JULIA  C.  LATHROP  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1120  S.  Main  St. 

MATER  DEI  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1202  W.   Edinger. 

ORANGE  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  623 
N.  Broadway.  Stella  Groff,  Helen 
Cramer  and  Robert  A.  Whitson,  Libns. 

ORANGE  CO.  TEACHERS'  LI- 
BRARY.  Included   in  Co.  F.L. 

RALPH  C.  SMEDLEY  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2120  W.  Edinger 
St.  Marge  Chaloupka,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  20,112 

Total  vols  :  4,700 ;  New  :  498 

Subs  :  Mags  :  63  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  83  ;  Stud  :  2,250 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SANTA  ANA  CITY  SCHOOLS  CEN- 
TRAL LIBRARY.  1415  French  St. 
Mrs.  Doris  E.  Regnier,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  tahle. 

SANTA  ANA  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
1530  W.  17th  St.   Ruth   Bradley,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  tahle. 

SANTA  ANA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.5Q2 
W.  8th    St.    Howard    Samuelson,   Libn. 

Outlets  :  2  stations,  14  elementary  school 
stations,  1  branch 

SANTA  ANA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  520  W.  Walnut  St. 

TUSTIN  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.    1171    Laguna    Rd. 

U.S.  MARINE  CORPS  AIR  STATION 
LIBRARY.  El  Toro.  Tel:  LI  4-1230, 
ext.  1304.  Jean   Ruth   Miller,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn. ;  2  others 

Purpose  :  To  serve  the  military  person- 
nel in  matters  relating  to  the  mission 
of  the  base  and  the  needs  of  the  in- 
dividuals in  fulfilling  their  primary 
duties  as  well  as  off-duty  interest. 
Dependents  are  also  provided  for. 


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Total  vols  :  30,000  ;  Pams  :  2,500 

New  titles  :  2,050  ;  VF  drawers  :  6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  13 

Special  collections :  Military  art  and 
science,  aviation,  guided  missiles,  U.S. 
Marine  Corps,  U.S.  Navy 

Expenditures:  $3,000  books;  $700  pe- 
riodicals ;  Circ :  31,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies 

WILLARD   JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   1342    N.    Ross.    Mrs.    Shirley 
Ryan,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 
Total  vols  :  4,-500  ;  New  :  450 
Subs  :  Mags  :  30 
Fac  :  45  ;  Stud  :  1,300  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


SANTA   BARBARA  (SctnJ^  Barbara  Co.) 

CATHOLIC  LIBRARY  AND  INFOR- 
MATION   CENTER. 

Bee  Our  Lady  of  Light  Library. 

FRANCISCAN  FATHERS'  THEO- 
LOGICAL LIBRARY.  Upper  Laguna. 
Rev.   Virgilio    Biasiol,  O.F.M.,   Libn. 

Staff :  S  libns. 

Purpose :  Primarily  for  use  of  the  stu- 
dents. For  reference  work  and  other- 
wise 

Total  vols  :  41.333  ;  Pams  :  3,000 

New  titles :  600 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Expenditures  :  $3,500  ;  Circ  :  4,000 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

LA  CUMBRE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Rt.  1,  Box  394,  Modoc  Rd. 

LOS  PRIETOS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Star  Route.  Richard  J.  At- 
kinson, Libn. 

MARYMOUNT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2130  Mission   Ridge  Rd. 

OLD  MISSION  LIBRARY.  Old  Mis- 
sion. Tel:  3153.  Rev.  Robert  B.  Pfis- 
terer,  Libn. 

OUR  LADY  OF  LIGHT  LIBRARY. 
1611  Anacapa.  Mrs.  Sallie  G.  May, 
Libn. 

Staff :  2  libns. ;  20  others 

Purpose  :  To  make  readily  available  ma- 
terials dealing  with  the  fields  of  spir- 
ituality, philosophy,  biography,  church 
history,  travel  and  good  family  fiction 

Total  vols :  6,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  12  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Expenditures  :  500  ;  Circ  :  10,000 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 


SANTA  BARBARA  CITY  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  721  Cliff  Dr.  Mrs.  Ruth  A. 
Little,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

SANTA  BARBARA  COUNTY  FREE 
LIBRARY.  40  E.  Anapamu  St.  John 
E.  Smith,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county 

Contracts  with :  Santa  Barbara  Public 
Library  for  service 

Affiliated  with :  Lompoc  P.L.  and 
Santa  Maria  P.L. 

Outlets :  27 

Stations :  Buellton,  Carpinteria,  Cu- 
yama,  Goleta,  Guadalupe,  Hospital 
Cottage,  Hospital  General,  Los  Ala- 
mos, Los  Olivos,  Montecito,  Orcutt, 
Santa  Tnez,  Solvang,  Sumnierland 

Bookmobile  stops :  10 

SANTA    BARBARA    COUNTY    LAW 
LIBRARY.    County    Courthouse.    Mrs. 
Elizabeth   Coen,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1 ;  Income  :  $14,000 
Total  vols  :  10,000  ;  New  :  300 
Serves  :  Open  to  public 

SANTA  BARBARA  CO.  MEDICAL 
SOCIETY  LIBRARY.  300  N.  Pueblo. 
Tel:  WO  6-7393.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Perry, 

l_  i  hn 

staff":  1  libn. ;  2  others 

Purpose :  To  serve  doctors,  nurses  and 
hospitals 

Subs  :  Mags  :  200 ;  Newsp  :  6 

Expenditures  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  3,640 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting;  recordings  (tape  or 
disc)  ;  centralized  procurement  of  pub- 
lications and  subscriptions 

SANTA      BARBARA      JR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.  721    E.  Cota   St. 

Dora   F.  Sager,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  i  clerk 

Total  vols  :  9,725  ;  New  :  365 

Subs  :  Mags  :  36  >  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  49  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SANTA  BARBARA  MEDICAL 
CLINIC   LIBRARY.  1421   State  St. 

SANTA  BARBARA  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  700  E.  Anapamu.  Mrs. 
Olma    B.    Bowman,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,300  ;  Circ  :  16,709 

Total  vols  :  7,995  ;  New  :  825 

Subs  :  Mags  :  103  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  85  ;  Stud  :  1,554 ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SANTA  BARBARA  MUSEUM  OF 
NATURAL  HISTORY  LIBRARY. 
2559  Puesta  Del  Sol.  Clifton  F.  Smith, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFOENIA  LIBRARIES 


SANTA   BARBARA-Continued 

Purpose :  To  provide  reference  data  on 
all  phases  of  natural  history 

Total  vols  :  7,500  ;  Pams  :  1,000 

VF  drawers :  15 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100 

Special  collections :  Anthropology,  or- 
nithology, etc. 

Expenditures  :  $500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  briefing  and  abstracting 

SANTA  BARBARA  NEWS-PRESS 
LIBRARY. 

SANTA  BARBARA  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 40  E.  Anapamu  St.  John  E. 
Smith,    Libn. 

Distriimting  agencies  listed  under  Santa 
Barbara  County  Free  Library. 

SANTA  BARBARA  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  700  E.  Anapamu. 

WESTMONT  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
955  La  Paz  Rd.  John  E.  Kephart,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
table. 


SANTA  CLARA  (Santa  Clara  Co.] 

EMIL  R.  BUCHSER  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  3000  Benton  St.  Mrs.  Mar- 
neli    Hillman,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn. ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $7,500  ;  Circ  :  20,000 

Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  New  :  2,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  80 ;  Stud  :  1,700  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

JEFFERSON  UNION  ELEM.  IN- 
STRUCTIONAL MATERIALS  CEN- 
TER. 1201  Lawrence  Rd.  Patricia 
Koepernik,    Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SANTA  CLARA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
City  Plaza,  Main  and  Lexington  Sts. 
Frances  M.  Klune,   Libn. 

Bookmobile    stops :    23    community,    13 
school  stops 

SANTA  CLARA  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  551    Bellomy  St. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  SANTA  CLARA 
LIBRARY.  Rev.  Edward  R.  Boland, 
S.J,,   Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
table. 


SCHOOL  OF  LAW  LIBRARY. 


James  L.  Biawie,  Libn. 
Staff :  8  ;  Income  :  $43,660 
Total  vols  :  30,941 ;  New  :  3,056 
Subs  :  Mags  :  113 
Open  to  public 


SANTA   CRUZ  (Santa  Cruz  Co.) 

BRANCIFORTE  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.     Popluar     St.     Aimee     J. 

Hinds,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $845  ;  Circ  :  12,417 

Total  vols  :  6,747  ;  New  :  413 

Subs  :  Mags  :  61 

Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  :  596  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

MISSION  HILL  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  425  King  St.  Mildred  A. 
Hunkin,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $600  ;  Circ  :  10,947 

Total  vols  :  6,763  ;  New  :  196 

Subs:  Mag:  16 

Fac :  29  ;  Stud  :  632  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SANTA  CRUZ  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 224  Church  St.  Mrs.  Ger- 
aldine  G.  Work,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county  except  Watson- 
ville 

Contracts  with :  Santa  Cruz  Public  Li- 
brary for  service 

Outlets :  30 

Stations:  City:  East  Side,  Garfield 
Park,  Seabright ;  County  :  Alba,  Aptos, 
Ben  Lomond,  Boulder  Creek,  Capitola, 
Corralitos,  Davenport,  Felton,  Free- 
dom, La  Selva,  Scotts  Valley,  Soquel, 
Twin  Lakes 

Schools :  13 

SANTA  CRUZ  CO.  LAW   LIBRARY. 

Courthouse.  Tom   Kelly,  Libn. 

SANTA  CRUZ  CO.  SCHOOLS,  PRO- 
FESSIONAL LIBRARY.  105  Soquel 
Ave.  Mrs.  Honor  O'Connor,  Libn. 

SANTA  CRUZ  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. Courthouse  Annex. 

SANTA  CRUZ  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Walnut  and  California.  Mrs. 
Ruth   W.  Carmean,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  li  clerks 

Book  fund :  $2,197.40 

Total  vols  :  6,995  ;  New  :  543 

Subs  :  :Mags  :  134  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  85  ;  Stud  :  1,775  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SANTA  CRUZ  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
224  Church  St.  Mrs.  Geraldine  G. 
Work,  Libn. 

Serves :   Entire  county   except  Watsou- 

ville 
Contracts  with  :   Santa  Cruz  Co.  F.  L. 

for  service 
Outlets :  See  Santa  Cruz  Co.  F.  L. 

SANTA   FE   SPR8NGS  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

SANTA  FE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1040O  Orr  and  Day.  Bobbie 
Miyano,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Circ :  28,187 

Total  vols  :  7,900  ;  New  :  1,341 

Subs  :  Mags  :  58  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  98  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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SANTA  FE  SPRINGS  CITY  LI- 
BRARY. 11700  Telegraph  Rd.  Oscar 
W.  J.  Smaalders,  Libn. 


SANTA  MARSA  (Sasita  Bsis-bssr'ia  €0.) 

ALLAN  HANCOCK  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. South  Airport  Ave.  Mrs. 
Marjorie   Bailey,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

SANTA  MARIA  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL  DISTRICT.  321  N.  Thorn- 
burg.   Mrs.   Grace   Elam,  Supv. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SANTA    MARIA    JT.    UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    901    S.    Broad- 
way. Ida  Minkle,  Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,400  ;  Circ  :  29,966 
Total  vols  :  11,015  ;  New  :  583 
Subs  :  Mags  :  172  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  104  ;  Stud  :  2,260  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SANTA  MARIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
420  S.  Broadway.  Mrs.  Dorothea  D. 
Nelson,  Libn. 

Affiliated    with :     Santa     Barbara     Co. 
F.  L. 


SANTA   MONICA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

ABRAHAM      LINCOLN      JR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   1501    California. 

Mrs.   Sylvia    Hoffmayer,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,750 ;  Circ  :  24,704 

Total  vols  :  8,215  ;  New  :  623 

Subs  :  Mags  :  40 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,457  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

DOUGLAS  AIRCRAFT  CO.  INC., 
LIBRARY.  3000  Ocean  Park  Blvd. 

JOHN  ADAMS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  16th  and  Pearl.  Mrs.  Le- 
nore  C.  Eberle,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  2,100  ;  Circ  :  13,956 

Total  vols  :  8,500 ;  New  :  741 

Subs  :  Mags  :  26  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  70  ;  Stud  :  1,400  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

KYSER  MEDICAL  LIBRARY,  SAINT 

JOHN'S    HOSPITAL.    1328    22nd    St. 

Mrs.  Janet  C.  White,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Purpose :  Geared  toward  the  clinical, 
for  medical  staff 

Total  vols :  1,200 

New  titles :  100-150 

Subs  :  Mags  :  130  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Expenditures:   $3,000;   Circ:   9,540 

Available  to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 


THE  RAND  CORPORATION  LI- 
BRARY.   1700    Main    Street.    Margaret 

R.   Anderson,    Libn. 

Staff:  11  libns  ;  20.5  others 

Purpose :  To  provide  information  for 
the  extensive  program  of  research  and 
original  investigation  in  the  physical 
sciences,  economics,  mathematics  and 
the  social  sciences  being  conducted  by 
The  RAND  Corporation 

Total  vols  :  20,000  ;  Pams  :  140,000 

New  titles :  3,385 

Subs  :  Mags  :  1,474  ;  Newsp  :  35 

Special  collections :  Space  law ;  Rus- 
sian politics,  economics,  science  and 
technology ;  weapon  systems  and 
space  technology ;  military  history,  in 
addition  to  subjects  mentioned  in  pur- 
pose listed  above 

Circ :  95,500 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting  ;  recordings  ;  central- 
ized procurement  of  publications  and 
subscriptions ;  provide  microprint 
readers 

SANTA  MONICA  BRANCH,  LOS 
ANGELES  COUNTY  LAW  LI- 
BRARY. 2d  Floor,  L.A.  County  Build- 
in.g,  1725  Main  St. 

SANTA    MONICA    CITY    COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.     1815     Pearl     St.     F.     W. 
Breen,   Libn. 
See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

SANTA  MONICA  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  601  Pico  Blvd.  Margaret 
Jackson,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2*  clerks 

Book  fund  :  $3.7"35  ;  Circ  :  43,426 

Total  vols  :  23,287  ;  New  :  964 

Subs  :  Mags  :  1,30  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  130  ;  Stud  :  2,750  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SANTA  MONICA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 

503  Santa  Monica  Blvd.  Hilda  Giaser, 

Libn. 

Outlets  :  2  branches,  1  station 

SANTA  MONICA  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DIST.,  INSTRUCTIONAL  MATERI- 
ALS CENTER.  1723  Fourth  St.  Chase 
Dane,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SANTA  PAULA  (Ventura  Co.) 

DEAN  HOBBS  BLANCHARD  ME- 
MORIAL LIBRARY.  737  Main  St. 
Mrs.    Irene    Folsetter,    Libn. 

SANTA  PAULA  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  404  N.  Sixth. 
Shirley  E.  Moore,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  16,252 

Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  928 

Subs  :  Mags  :  115  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  56  ;  Stud  :  1,150  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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SANTA   ROSA  (Sonoma  Co.) 

COOK  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2170  Sebastopol    Road. 

HERBERT  SLATER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3500  Sonoma 
Ave.   H.  Stroud,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libu  ;  i  clerk- 
Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  20,000 
Total  vols  :  4,500  ;  New  :  600 
Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac :  46 ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

MONTGOMERY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1250  Hahman  Dr.  Mrs. 
Martha   Datson,   Libn. 

NORTH  BAY  COOPERATIVE  LI- 
BRARY SYSTEM.  Santa  Rosa  Public 
Library,  207  Exchange  Ave.  David 
Sabsay,  Coordinating  Libn. 

SANTA  ROSA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1235  Mendocino  Ave.  Donald 
E.   Crockett,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libu  ;  U  clerks 

Book  fuud  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  15,500 

Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  New  :  250 

Subs  :  Mags  :  52  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  60 ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SANTA  ROSA  JR.  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Avis  Stopple,  Libn.  De- 
partmental libraries:  California  His- 
tory   Room    and    Engineering    Library. 

See  junior   college   libraries   table. 

SANTA  ROSA  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  College  and   King. 

SANTA  ROSA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
207  Exchange  Ave.  David  Sabsay, 
Libn. 

Outlets :  1  station 

SONOMA    COUNTY     FREE     LI- 
BRARY. 2555    Mendocino   Ave.    Fran- 
ces  G.   Murphy,   Libn. 
Serves :    Entire    county    except    Clover- 
dale,     Healdsburg,    Petaluma,     Santa 
Rosa,  Sebastopol,  and  Sonoma. 
Contracts     with :     Cloverdale,     Healds- 
burg,  Petaluma,    Santa   Rosa,    Sebas- 
topol   and    Sonoma    for    limited    ex- 
change of  services. 
Outlets :  42 

Stations :  Anapolis,  Boyes  Hot  Springs, 
Cazadero,  Cotati,  Forestville,  Franz 
Valley,  Geyserville,  Glen  Ellen,  Gra- 
ton,  Guerneville,  Kruse  Ranch,  Monte 
Rio,  Occidental,  Windsor. 
Bookmobile  stops :  21 

SONOMA  COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 

Courthouse.  Mrs.  Gladys  Miller,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1 ;  Income  :  $6,007 
Total  vols  :  11,677  ;  New  :  232 
Subs  :  Mags  :  3 
Open  to  public 


SONOMA  CO.  SCHOOLS   LIBRARY. 

2555  Mendocino  Ave.  Joseph  L.  Leger, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SONOMA  CO.  SCHOOLS,  TEACH- 
ERS PROFESSIONAL  LIBRARY. 
2555  Mendocino  Ave.  Joseph  L.  Leger, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

URSULINE      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY.  90    Mark    West   Springs    Rd. 
Mother      M.      Dorothea      McCormack, 
O.S.U.,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $650  ;  Circ  :  5,225 
Total    vols:    10,000;    New:    288    books 

and  70  paperbacks 
Subs  :  Mags  :  33  ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  20  ;  Stud  :  300  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SANTA  YNEZ  (Santa  Barbara  Co.) 

SANTA  YNEZ  VALLEY  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Joanne  Watson, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $2,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  28  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  26  ;  Stud  :  465  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SARATOGA  (Santa  C!ara  Co.) 

SARATOGA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Herriman  Ave.  Ruth  Slagle, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fuud  :  $5,200 

Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  New  :  1,400 

Subs.  Mags.  55  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  26  ;  Stud  :  530  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SAUSALITO  (Marin  Co.) 

SAUSALITO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  733 
Bridgeway  St.  Mrs.  Josephine  Ripley, 
Libn. 

SEAL   BEACH  (Orange  Co.] 

SEAL  BEACH  SCHOOL  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  Bolsa  and  Bay  Blvd.  Mrs. 
Delitha  E.  Kimball,  Libn. 

SEBASTOPOL  (Sonoma  Co.) 

ANALY  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  154  Analy  Ave. 

SEBASTOPOL     PUBLIC     LIBRARY. 
7140    Bodega   Ave.    Mrs.    Maybelle    W. 
Long,    Libn. 
Contracts  with  :  Sonoma  Co.  F.L. 

SELMA  (Fresno  Co.) 

SELMA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2446  N.  McCall.  Marrily  A. 
Cutler,   Libn. 


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SEFULVEDA  (Los  AngeSes  Co.) 

VETERANS    ADMINISTRATION 

HOSPITAL    LIBRARY.   Mrs.    Eleanor 

L.  Johnson,  Libn. 

Staff :  3  libns 

Purpose  :  Medical  Library- — provides 
material  for  both  research  and  train- 
ing procedures  for  the  staff  of  this 
Neuropsychiatric  and  General,  Medi- 
cal, and  Surgical  hospital  for  Vet- 
erans. General  Library — provides  ma- 
terial for  patients  and  staff  of  an  in- 
formative, educational,  and  recrea- 
tional type. 

Total  vols  :  Medical — 1,725  ;  General — 
8,500 

VF  drawers  :  Medical — 8  ;  General — 6 

Subs  :  Mags  :  65 

Special  collections :  Neurology,  psychi- 
atry, psychology,  nursing 

Expenditures:  $3,100;  Circ:  Medical — 
4,551 ;  General— 21,479 

Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries 

Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special 
requests 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 


SHAFTER  (Kern  Co.) 

SHAFTER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Theodora  Richard, 
Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  \  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,030  ;  Cfrc  :  42,300 
Total  vols  :  5,525  ;  New  :  640 
Subs  :  Mags  :  110  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  48  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


SHANDON  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

SHANDON     JR.     UNION     HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  66. 


Total  vols :  2,545 

New  titles :  120 

Expenditures  :  $100  ;  Circ  :  1,244 

Interlibrary  loan  :  Restricted 


SOLEDAD  (MontCE-ey  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  STATE  CORREC- 
TIONAL TRAINING  FACILITY  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  686.  John  Raffile, 
Libn. 

Purpose :  Provide  recreational  reading 
vocational  information,  educational 
guidance  for  inmates 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30  ;  Newsp  :  8 

Special  collections :  Staff  library  fea- 
tures materials  on  group  counseling, 
penology 

Expenditures :  $5,000 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  briefing  and 
abstracting 

Bee  also  state  prison  and  correctional 
school  libraries  table. 

CALIFORNIA   STATE    CORREC- 
TIONAL   TRAINING     FACILITY, 
NORTH     LIBRARY.    P.O.    Box    2530. 
Glenn  Emberson,  Libn. 
Purpose  :  Reference  library  and  recrea- 
tional books  for  inmates  of  the  insti- 
tution 
Subs  :  Mags  :  65  ;  Newsp  :  7 
Expenditures  :  $2,300 
See   also   state   prison   and   correctional 
school   libraries    table. 


SONOMA  (Sonoma  Co.) 

SONOMA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  453 
First  St.,  E.  Addie  M.  Sherman,  Libn. 
Contracts  with  :  Sonoma  Co.  F.L. 

SONOMA  VALLEY  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   Broadway. 


SIERRA  MADRE  (Los  Arageles  Co.) 

SIERRA  MADRE  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 440  W.  Sierra  Madre  Blvd. 
Mrs.  Josephine  Terry,  Libn, 


SIGNAL   HILL  (Los  Angeies  Co.) 

SIGNAL  HILL  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
2175  Cherry  Ave.  Kathleen  Brady, 
Libn. 

SIMS  (Ves^tucsM  Co.) 

SIMI  VALLEY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3150  School   St. 


SiVllTH   REVER  (Del  Norte  Co.) 

SMITH  RIVER  LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Flor- 
ede  H.  Owen,  Libn. 

Purpose :    To    supply    current    reading 
material  to  local  population 


SONORA  (Tuolumne  Co.) 

SONORA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  92  N. 
Washington.  Mae  R.  Kelly,  Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Tuolumne  Co.  F.  L. 

SONORA  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  430  N.  Washington.  Mrs. 
Ethel    Kinzly,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  part-time 
Book  fund  :  $950  ;  Circ  :  5,135 
Subs  :  Mags  :  39  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  36  ;  Stud  :  70S  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

TUOLUMNE  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 9  N.  Washington  St.  Mrs. 
Diane    Hooe,    Libn. 

Serves  :  Entire  county 

Affiliated  with  :  Sonora  Public  Library 

Outlets  :  23 

Branches :  Big  Oak  Flat,  Columbia, 
Groveland,  Jamestown,  Long  Barn, 
Moccasin,  Standard,  Tuolumne,  Twain 
Harte 

Schools :  14 


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SONORA— Continued 

TUOLUMNE     CO.     LAW     LIBRARY. 

TUOLUMNE  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY.    Included    in    Co.    F.L. 

SOUTH   PASADENA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

SOUTH  PASADENA  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1524  Fair  Oaks 
Ave. 

SOUTH  PASADENA  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  1401  Fremont  Ave.  Helen 
Reese,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  6,108 

Total  vols  :  7,391 ;  New  :  350 

Subs  :  Mags  :  71 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  36  ;  Stud  :  780  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

SOUTH     PASADENA     PUBLIC     LI- 
BRARY.    1115     El     Centro     St.     Mrs. 
Mary    E.    Murdoch,    Libn. 
Contracts  with  :  Alhambra,  Los  Angeles 
Public  Libraries 

STANFORD  RESEARCH  INSTI- 
TUTE   LIBRARY.  820   Mission   St. 

SOUTH   SAN    FRANC9SCO 

(San  Meiteo  Co.) 

SOUTH  SAN  FRANCISCO  FREE 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  440  Grand  Ave. 
Lauretta  Hussar,  Libn. 

SOUTH  SAN  FRANCISCO  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  400  B  St.  Mrs. 
Liilion  D.  Anderton,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 
Book  fund :  $8,000 
Total  vols  :  5,685  ;  New  :  1,050 
Subs  :  Mags  :  75  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac  :  85  ;  Stud  :  2,000 

UNITED  AIR  LINES  TRAINING 
CENTER  LIBRARY.  Mills  Field,  Box 
3000. 

SPRING  VALLEY  (San  Diego  Co.) 

GROSSMONT  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
3230  Sweetwater  Springs  Blvd.  T.  A. 
Hepp,   Libn. 

MT.  MIGUEL  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 18005  Sweetwater  Rd.  Mrs. 
J.    Rambatt,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn  ;  i-  clerk 

Book  fund :  $9,000 

Total  vols  :  5,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  107  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  96  ;  Stud  :  2,600  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


SPRING  VALLEY  JR. 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  3900 
Drive. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Circ :  31,265 

Total  vols  :  8,430  ;  New :  1,782 

Subs  :  Mags  :  86 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  54  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


HIGH 

Conrad 


SPRINGVILLE  (Tulare  Co.) 

G.  J.  MARTIN  MEMORIAL  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Tulare-Kings  Counties 
Hospital.  Mrs.  Annabelle  Dismuke, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund  :  Books  donated  ;  Circ  :  1,500 
Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New  :  100 
Fac:   6;    Stud:   100;   Grades   1-14  and 
adult  school 


STANF03ID  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

STANFORD  UNIVERSITY  LI- 
BRARY. Raynard  C.  Swank,  Dir.  of 
Libs. 

Branch  and  Departmental  Libraries : 
26,  of  which  major  ones  are  Branner 
Geological  Library,  Chemistry  Li- 
bz'ary,  Cubberley  Education  Library, 
Engineering  Library,  Falconer  Bi- 
ology Library,  Lane  Medical  Library, 
Music  Library,  Physics-Mathematics- 
Statistics  Library. 
Special  collections :  Hopkins  Transpor- 
tation Library,  Memorial  Library  of 
Music,  Albert  M.  Bender  Typographi- 
cal Collection,  Edward  DeWitt  Tay- 
lor Typographical  Collection,  Gunst 
Memorial  Collection  (French  illus- 
trated books  and  signed  binding  of 
20th  century),  Charlotte  Ashley  Fel- 
ton  Memorial  Library  (19th  and  20th 
century  British  and  American  litera- 
ture). Sir  Isaac  Newton  Collection, 
Elmer  E.  Robinson  Collection  (Amer- 
ican history),  Greenland  Collection, 
Borel  Manuscript  Collection,  Bernard 
DeVoto  Papers. 
See  universities  table. 

FOOD      RESEARCH      INSTI 


TUTE   LIBRARY.  Gazelle   E.  Janzen, 
Libn. 

HOOVER    INSTITUTION    ON 


WAR,    REVOLUTION    AND    PEACE. 
Philip  T.  McLean,  Libn. 

JACKSON     LIBRARY    OF 


BUSINESS.  Marion   M.  Smith,  Dir 

LAW      LIBRARY.     John      H. 

Merryman,   Libn. 

Staff :  11 

Circ :  40,591 

Total  vols  :  110.000  ;  New  :  5,407 

Subs  :  Mags  :  630 

Not  open  to  public 


STOCKTON  (Scjsi  Joaquin  Co.) 

AMOS  ALONZO  STAGG  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1621  Brookside 
Rd.  Chrysta  Richards,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  f  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  25,164 

Total  vols  :  11,995  ;  New  :  1,742 

Subs  :  Mags  :  100  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  98  ;  Stud  :  2,285  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


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COLLEGE  OF  THE  PACIFIC  LI- 
BRARY. 

Bee  Universitj/  of  the  Pacific  Library. 

DANIEL  WEBSTER  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  2725  Michigan 
Ave. 

EDISON  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1425  S.  Center  St.  Thomas 
DeWitt,   Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  Circ  :  16,988 

Total  vols  :  8,793  ;  New  :  377 

Subs  :  Maa-s  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac :  63  ;  Stud  :  1,303  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

FRANKLIN  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 300  N.  Gertrude  St.  Elsie 
Foster,   Libn. 

Staif  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000 ;  Circ :  17,854 

Total  vols  :  8,254  ;  New  :  822 

Subs  :  Ma^s  :  56  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  56  ;  Stud  :  1,255  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

FREMONT  JR.   HIGH    SCHOOL   LI- 
BRARY.    2021     E.     Flora.     Esther     L. 
Lipsey,   Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,920  ;  Circ  :  15,269 
New :  774 

Subs  :  Mags  :  80  ;  Newsp  :  1 
Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,400 ;  Grades  7-9 

HUMPHREYS  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
108   N.  California  St.,  Stockton  2. 

See    California   junior    college    libraries 
table. 

JOHN  JVIARSHALL  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1601  Lever  Blvd. 
Celesta   Meier,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  time 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  19,937 

Total  vols  :  7,000  ;  New  :  880 

Subs  :  Mags  :  86  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  68  ;  Stud  :  1,458  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

SAN  JOAQUIN  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY.  Address:    Public    Library   of 
Stockton    and    San    Joaquin    County, 
Hunter  and    Market  Sts.,  Stockton   2. 
Margaret  Klausner,  Libn. 
Serves :  Entire  county  except  Lodi. 
Contracts  with:   Lodi   (informal  agree- 
ment) ;   Stockton  for  service 
Outlets :  112 
Branches :  Fair  Oaks 
Stations :   Clements,   County  Jail — Men 
and  Women,   Dameron  Hospital,   Es- 
calon,    Honor    Farm — Men,    Lathrop, 
Linden,  Mary  Graham  Hall,  Manteca, 
Nile  Garden,  North  Branch,  Peterson 
Hall,   Ripon,    San   Joaquin   Co.   Hos- 
pital-Wards, San  Joaquin  Co.  School 
Nursing.     State     Hospital,     Summer 
Camps,  Thornton.  Tracy. 
Bookmobile  stops :  68 
Schools :  55 


SAN    JOAQUIN    COUNTY   LAW    LI- 
BRARY.   Courthouse.    Mrs.    Irene    A. 
McCall,    Libn. 
Staff :  1 ;  Income  :  $17,000 
Circ :  1,197 

Total  vols  :  12,683  ;  New :  256 
Subs  :  Mags  :  15 
Open  to  public,  limited  circulation 

SAN    JOAQUIN    CO.   SCHOOLS,    IN- 
STRUCTIONAL   MATERIALS   CEN- 
TER. 336    E.   Market.   John    F.    Bahn- 
sen,  Libn. 
See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  JOAQUIN  CO.  SCHOOLS, 
TEACHERS'  PROFESSIONAL  LI- 
BRARY. 336  E.  Market.  Mrs.  Raychel 
Taggart,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

SAN  JOAQUIN  PIONEER  MUSEUM 
AND  HAGGIN  ART  GALLERIES 
LIBRARY.  Victory  Park,  Pershing 
Ave.,  Stockton   3. 

SCHNEIDER  VOCATIONAL  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1144  E.  Channel 
St.  Stockton  5,  Mrs.  Margaret  P. 
Moore,   Libn. 

STOCKTON  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
3301  Kensington  Way.  Allan  R.  Laur- 
sen,  Libn. 

See  junior  college   libraries   table. 

STOCKTON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 351    E.  Vine,  Stockton  3. 

STOCKTON  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Ad- 
dress: Public  Library  of  Stockton  and 
San  Joaquin  County,  Hunter  and 
Market  Sts.,  Stockton  2.  Margaret 
Klausner,    Libn. 

Distributing   agencies   listed  under  San 
Joaquin  County  Free  Library. 

STOCKTON  RECORD  NEWS- 
PAPER LIBRARY.  530  E.  Market  St. 
Mrs.  Ann    E.  Sausedo,   Libn. 

STOCKTON  STATE  HOSPITAL  LI- 
BRARY. 501    E.   Magnolia  St. 

STOCKTON  UNIFIED  ELEMEN- 
TARY SCHOOL  DISTRICT  LI- 
BRARY. 701   N.  Madison  St. 

U.S.  BUREAU  OF  RECLAMATION, 
DELTA  DISTRICT  LIBRARY. 

UNIVERSITY  OF  THE  PACIFIC  LI- 
BRARY.   Pacific    Ave.    and    Stadium 
Dr.   Arthur   Swann,    Libn. 
Departmental  Libraries :  (4)  Pharmacy- 
Chemistry    Library,    Music    Library, 
Curriculum  Library,  and  Pacific  Ma- 
rine  Station  Library. 
See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
table. 


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STRATHMORi  (Tulare  Co.) 

STRATHMORE  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  37.  Ro- 
land   Rorvig,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libu  ;  1  teacher-Iibn  ;  5  clerks 
Book  fund  :  $1,000  ;  New  :  300 
Subs  :  Mags  :  25  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac  :  15  ;  Stud  :  260  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

STUDiO   CITY  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CORVALLIS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 3925  Laurel  Canyon  Blvd. 


SUN   VALLEY  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

JOHN   H.  FRANCIS  POLYTECHNIC 

HIGH      SCHOOL      LIBRARY.      12431 

Roscoe       Blvd.      Virginia       Baygulow, 

Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,302.53  ;  Circ  :  15,182 

Total  vols  :  9,990  ;  New  :  459 

Subs  :  Mags  :  143  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  117  ;  Stud  :  2,800  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


SUNLAND  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

MT.  GLEASON  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  10965  Mt.  Gleason  Ave. 
Mrs.  L.  Stong,  Libn. 

State :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,645.25  ;  Circ  :  19,726 

Total  vols  :  6,368  ;  New  :  1,485 

Subs  :  Mags  :  107  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  72  ;  Stud  :  1,554  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


SUNNYVALE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Duane  and  Britton.  Mrs. 
Cecily    Kyes,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $5,000  ;  Circ :  17,561 

Total  vols  :  5,300  ;  New  :  976 

Subs  :  Mags  :  78  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac :  78  ;  Stud  :  1,700  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

SUNNYVALE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
665    W.    Olive    Ave.    Colin    R.    Lucas, 

Libn. 

SOSANVILLE  (Lassen  Co.) 

LASSEN  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse  Annex.  John  J.  Lund, 
Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county 

Outlets :  32 

Stations :  Bieber,  Herlong,  Janesville, 
Litchfield,  Madeline,  Milford,  Raven- 
dale,  Riverside,  Standish,  Wendel, 
Westwood. 

Schools:  20 

LASSEN  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. Beryl  B.  Clawson,  Libn. 

LASSEN  CO.  TEACHERS  LIBRARY. 
Included    in   Co.    F.L. 

LASSEN  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
1110  Main  St.,  Romilda  G.  Puccinelli, 
Libn. 

LASSEN    JR.    COLLEGE    LIBRARY. 

1110  Main  St.  Romilda  Puccinelli, 
Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 


SUNNYMEAD  (Rives-side  Co.) 

ALESSANDRO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  24551  Dracaea.  Mrs.  Helen 
Guiney,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  ^  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  7,500 
Total  vols  :  1,900  ;  New  :  296 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  28  ;  Stud  :  620 ;  Grades  :  7-9 


SUTTER   CITY  (Sutter  Co.) 

SUTTER     UNION     HIGH     SCHOOL 
LIBRARY. 

SUTTER   CREEK  (Amador  Co.) 

AMADOR  COUNTY  HIGH   SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Box  218 


SUNNYVALE  (Santa  Clara  Co.) 

CUPERTINO     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 

BRARY.  P.O.   Box  125.  Mr.   Emil   Ra- 

nallo,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $8,000  ;  Circ :  33,296 

Total  vols  :  5,550  ;  New  :  1,812 

Subs  :  Mags  :  67  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  79  ;  Stud  :  1,800  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

FREMONT  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  215.  Mrs.  Barbara 
M.  Johnston,   Libn. 

SUNNYVALE  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS  LIBRARY.  656  E.  Maude 
Ave.  Gertrude   Stacy,   Libn. 

See  centralised  school  libraries  table. 


SYLMAR  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Olive    Vista   Jr.   High   School   Library, 
see  under  San  Fernando. 

TAFI  (Kern  Co.) 

TAFT  CITY  SCHOOL  DISTRICT. 
810  N.  Sixth  St.  Mrs.  Irma  Cook, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

TAFT  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  Enn- 
mons  Park  Dr.  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Hill, 
Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries   table. 

TAFT  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 709  Philippine  St. 


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TALMADGE  (Mendocino  Co.) 

MENDOCINO  STATE  HOSPITAL, 
MEDICAL  LIBRARY.  Dorothy  Fran- 
cis, Libn. 


TEHACHAPI  (Kern  Co.) 

TEHACHAPI     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY.    126     South      Snyder.      Mrs. 
Alpha  Styles,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 

Total  vols  :  942  ;  New  :  120 
Subs  :  Mags  :  27  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac :  24 ;  Stud :  290 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TEMPLE  CITY  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

TEMPLE  CITY  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 9501   E.  Lemon. 

TEMPLE  CITY  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.  6623  N.  Oak  Ave.  Mrs. 
Gwendolyn  Clark,  Supv.  Mrs.  Wilma 
Vogt,  Libn. 

/See  centralized  school  libraries  taile. 


TEMPLETON  (San  Luis  Obispo  Co.) 

TEMPLETON     HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.  Box  218.  Zena   Rodni,   Libn. 

Staff:  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund : 

New :  50 

Subs  :  Mags  :  12  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  11 ;  Stud  :  128  ;  Grades  7-12 

TERMINAL    ISLAND 

See  under  Los  Angeles. 


TOLLHOUSE  (Fresno  Co.) 

SIERRA   HIGH   SCHOOL   LIBRARY. 

LeRoy   A.   Berg,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund  :  $3,000  ;  Circ  :  9,800 

Total  vols  :  9,000  ;  New  :  800 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  28 ;  Stud  :  450 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TOMALES  (Marin  Co.) 

TOMALES  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  B.  Annie 
Rook,  Libn. 


TORRANCE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  HARBOR 
GENERAL  HOSPITAL,  MEDICAL 
LIBRARY.  1124  W.  Carson  St.  Mrs. 
Alice  W.   Lundy,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  3  others 

Purpose :  To  maintain  a  collection  of 
medical  books  and  journals  and  to 
serve  the  medical  and  nursing  staffs 
of  this  hospital 

Total  vols  :  1,928  ;  Pams  :  100 

New  titles  :  200  ;  VF  drawers  :  3 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150  ;  Newsp  :  2 

9—54336 


Expenditures  :  $2,000 ;  Circ  :  4,490 
Available  to :   Co.  staff,  other  libraries 
and  public  by  referral 

NORTH  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
3620  W.  182d.  Charlotte  C.  Jennett, 
Libn. 

STEPHEN  M.  WHITE  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  22102  S.  Fig- 
ueroa.   Marilyn    Marckwardt,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  ^  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,799.73 

Total  vols  :  5,268  ;  New  :  999 

Subs  :  Mags  :  159  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  100  ;  Stud  :  2,530  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

TORRANCE      HIGH      SCHOOL      LI- 
BRARY.  2200   Carson.    Mrs.    Ruth    G. 
Pearson,   Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Circ :  19,025 

Total  vols  :  7,530  ;  New  :  2,325 
Subs  :  Mags  :  101 ;  Newsp  :  4 
Fac  :  63  ;  Stud  :  1,200  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TORRANCE 
1345  Post  St. 

Affiliated  with ; 


PUBLIC       LIBRARY. 

Los  Angeles  Co.  P.L. 


TORRANCE  UNIFIED  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT,  EDUCATIONAL  MATE- 
RIALS BLDG.  2335  Plaza  del  Amo. 
Roderick   D.  McDaniel,   Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


TRACY  (San  Joaquin  Co.) 

DEUEL  VOCATIONAL  INSTITU- 
TION LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  400.  Mar- 
vin  R.   Koster,  Acting   libn 

Purpose :  To  provide  recreational  read- 
ing as  well  as  reference  materials  for 
academic  and  vocational  subjects 

Subs  :  Mags  :  22 

Expenditures :  $1,500 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  Restricted 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  centralized  procurement  of 
publications  and  subscriptions 

See  also  state  prison  and  correctional 
school  libraries  table. 

TRACY  JT.  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.   William    H.    Davies,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $2,500 ;  Circ  :  10,800 
Total  vols  :  8,000  ;  New  :  350 
Subs  :  Mags  :  82  ;  Newsp :  5 
Fac:   55;    Stud;   1,200;   extended  day: 
80  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TRANQUILLITY  (Fresno  Co.) 

TRANQUILLITY   UNION    HIGH 
SCHOOL    LIBRARY.   James   J.    Mar- 
tin, Libn. 
Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,300  ;  Circ  :  8,810 
Total  vols  :  5,200 ;  New  :  650 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac :  28  ;  Stud  :  410 ;  Grades :  9-12 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


TRONA  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

TRONA  JR.-SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. County  Road.  Mrs.  Alene 
Blackmun,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Total  vols  :  3,028  ;  New  :  154 
Subs  :  Mags  :  78  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Grades :  7-12 


TRUCKEE  (Nevada  Co.) 

TAHOE-TRUCKEE  COMMUNITY 
CENTER  LIBRARY.  Emigrant  Way. 
Roy   D.  Baker,  Teach-Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

TAHOE-TRUCKEE        UNIFIED 

SCHOOL    DISTRICT.    Roy    D.    Baker, 

Libn. 

Staff  :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Total  vols  :  8,062  ;  New  :  747 

Subs  :  Mags  :  37  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  22  ;  Stud  :  365 


TUJUNGA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

Verdugo  Hills  High  School  Library,  see 
Los  Angeles. 


TULARE  (Tulare  Co.) 

TULARE  CITY  ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOLS  LIBRARY.  600  N.  Cherry 
Ave. 

TULARE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  Kern 
and   I   Sts.  Elizabeth   La  Cell,   Libn. 

Affiliated  with :  Tulare  Co.  F.L. 

TULARE  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  755  E.  Tulare  St. 

TULARE  WESTERN  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  728  W.  Maple  St.,  Mrs. 
Ann   Steelman,    Libn. 


TULELAKE  (Siskiyou  Co.) 

TULELAKE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Louise  Thompson, 
Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 
Book  fund :  $3,000 
Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New  :  800 
Subs  :  Mags  :  12  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac :  12  ;  Stud  :  175  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TUOLUMNE  (Tuolumne  Co.) 

SUMMERVILLE    UNION    HIGH 

SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  Box   H.  R.  Liu- 

derfeit,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Book  fund :  $1,250 

Total  vols  :  2,500  ;  New :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Grades :  9-12 


TURLOCK  (Stanislaus  Co.) 

STANISLAUS  STATE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  1000.  R.  Dean 
Galloway,  Libn. 

TURLOCK  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  250 
N.  Broadway.  Paul  F.  Thompson, 
Libn. 

Affiliated  with :   Stanislaus  Co.  F.L. 

TURLOCK  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  Mrs.  Harriet  R.  Lee,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1200  ;  Circ  :  27,173 
Total  vols  :  12,260  ;  New  :  808 
Subs  :  Mags  :  138  ;  Newsp  :  6 
Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,371 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TUSTEN  (Orange  Co.) 

TUSTIN  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1171  Laguna  Rd.  Virginia 
Kirkham,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $7,500 

Total  vols  :  6,500 ;  New  :  1,300 

Subs  :  Mags  :  91 ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  57  ;  Stud  :  1,393  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


TWENTYNINE   PALMS 
(San  Bernardino  Co.) 

TWENTYNINE  PALMS  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Box  804,  Utah 
Trail.  J.  Donald  Chiappeto,  Libn. 


UKIAH  (Mendocino  Co.) 

MENDOCINO  COUNTY  LIBRARY 
DEMONSTRATION.  108  W.  Clay  St. 
Miss  M.  Virginia  Hughes,  Project  Di- 
rector. 

MENDOCINO  CO.  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. Courthouse.  Sandra  Spencer, 
Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


MENDOCINO    CO.    TEACHERS 
BRARY.   Courthouse. 


UKIAH    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 

Dr.   Robert   E.  Sondergard,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $5,600  ;  Circ :  35,000 

Total  vols  :  6,000  ;  New  :  1,200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  52  ;  Stud  :  1,400 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

UKIAH    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.   320    S. 
State  St.  Mrs.  Frieda  Winter,  Libn. 


UNION   CITY  (Alameda  Co.) 

JAMES  LOGAN    HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.    1800     H     Street.     Betty     D. 
Nantt,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn 
Book  fund :  $10,000 


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Total  vols  :  5,600  ;  New  :  3,800 

Subs  :  Mags  :  69  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac :  70 ;  Stud :  1,600  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


UNIVERSAL   CITY  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

UNIVERSAL    PICTURES   CO.,    INC., 
RESEARCH   DEPT.  LIBRARY. 


UPLAND  (Sen  Bernardino  Co.) 

UPLAND  COLLEGE  LIBRARY.  792 
W.  Arrow  Highway.  Miriam  A.  Bow- 
ers, Libn. 

See  state   and  other  four-year  colleges 
taile. 

UPLAND  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
565  W.   11th   St.  Gladys   Naftel,    Libn. 

UPLAND  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  123  E. 
D  St.  Mrs.  Louise  Franke,  Libn. 


UPPER  LAKE  (Lake  Co.) 

UPPER  LAKE  LIBRARY  DISTRICT 
LIBRARY.  Harriet  Lee  Hammond 
Memorial   BIdg.  Box  85 


VACAVILLE  (Solano  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  MEDICAL  FACILITY 
LIBRARY.  Box  2000.  Tel:  HI  8-6481, 
Ext.  585.  Mrs.  Martha  J.  May,  Libn, 

Purpose :  To  provide  adequate  reading 
material  for  inmates  and  research  ma- 
terial for  staff 

Subs  :  Mags  :  181 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Expenditures :  $4,700 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan :  All  libraries  on  re- 
quest 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  record- 
ings (tape  or  disc) 

See  also  state  prison  and  correctional 
school  litraries  table. 

VACAVILLE  HIGH  SCHOOL  DIS- 
TRICT LIBRARY.  Main  St.,  P.O.  Box 
636.  Mrs.   Esther   Eldredge,   Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Solano  Co.  F.L. 


VALLEJO  (Solano  Co.) 

BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  501  Starr  Ave. 
Mrs.  Lavada  H.  Bovey,  Libn, 

CALIFORNIA  MARITIME  ACAD- 
jEMY  LIBRARY.  P.O.  Box  1392. 
David   A.   Hunter,  Libn. 

See  state  and  other  four-year  colleges 
\     tahle. 

HOGAN     JR.     HIGH     SCHOOL     Ll- 
[BRARY.    850    Rosewood.    Dorothy    E. 
fMarsden,    Libn. 
iStaffrllibn;  1  clerk 
iTotal  vols :  7,000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  47  ;  Newsp  :  3 
tFac  :  51 ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


MARIANO  GUADALUPE  VALLEJO 
JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  1347 
Amador  St.  Lloyd  A.  Scanlon,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,747.47  ;  Circ :  9,992 

Total  vols  :  8,446  ;  New  :  587 

Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac :  51 ;  Stud  :  1,183  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

VALLEJO  JR.  COLLEGE  LIBRARY. 
Whitney  at  Mini  Dr.  Alene  M.  Parker, 
Libn. 

See  junior  college  lihraries  tahle. 


HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
Amador.      Lloyd      A. 


VALLEJO  JR. 
BRARY.  1347 
Scanlon,  Libn. 

VALLEJO  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  244 
Virginia  St.,  P.O.  Box  272.  Agnes  M. 
Walsh,  Libn. 

Outlets :  4  stations 

VALLEJO    SR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   840    Nebraska.    Mrs.    Elinor 
Reisn,   Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $4,000  ;  Circ  :  19,000 
Total  vols  :  10,000  ;  New  :  500 
Subs  :  Mags  :  50  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  106  ;  Stud  :  2,300  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


VAN    NUYS  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CARNATION  RESEARCH  LABORA- 
TORIES LIBRARY.  8015  Van  Nuys 
Blvd. 

LOCKHEED  AIRCRAFT  CORP., 
MISSILES  AND  SPACE  DIVISION. 
7701  Woodley  Ave.  Andrew  S.  Glick, 
Libn. 

LOS  ANGELES  VALLEY  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY,     5800     Fulton     Ave.     Mrs. 
June  A.  Biermann,  Libn. 
See  junior   college   libraries   table. 

ROBERT  FULTON  JR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  7477  Kester  Ave. 
Jane   Cavette,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  ^  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3;200.16  ;  Circ  :  26,304 

Total  vols  :  7,661 ;  New  :  1,334 

Subs  :  Mags  :  90  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  73  ;  Stud  :  1,708  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

« 

VAN  NUYS  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 5435  Vesper  Ave.  Robert 
Halcomb,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,900  ;  Circ  :  35,000 

Total  vols  :  11,500  ;  New  :  480 

Subs  :  Mags  :  72  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  70  ;  Stud  :  2,000 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

VAN  NUYS  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 6535  Cedros.  Aline  C.  Mi- 
chael,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  I  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,682.59  ;  Circ  :  15,000 

Total  vols  :  14,220 ;  New  :  1,240 

Subs  :  Mags  :  204  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  107  ;  Stud  :  2,550  ;  Grades  :  10-12 


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VENICE  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

See   under   Los   Angeles 

VENTURA  (Ventura  Co.) 

ANACAPA      JR.       HIGH       SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  100  South   Mills  Road.  Al- 
len   D,    Fowler,    Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  25,322 
Total  vols  :  6,950  ;  New  :  426 
Subs  :  Mags  :  46  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  42  ;  Stud  :  915  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

CABRILLO  JR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1426  E.  Santa  Clara  St.  Gi- 
sela    M.    Farber,    Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $1,050  ;  Circ  :  20,285 

Total  vols  :  6,821 ;  New  :  175 

Subs  :  Mags  :  62  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  49  ;  Stud  :  1,050  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

DE    ANZA   JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.  2060   Cameron.    Mrs.   Shizue 
Tan,    Libn. 
Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Total  vols  :  5,000  ;  New  :  3,922 
Subs  :  Mags  :  40  ;  Newsp  :  2 
Fac  :  41 ;  Stud  :  750 ;  Grades  :  7-9 

VENTURA      COLLEGE      LIBRARY. 

4667    Telegraph     Rd.    Grant    W.    Heil, 

Libn. 

Departmental     Libraries :     Agriculture, 

and  Electi'onics  classroom  library. 
iS'ee  junior   college   libraries   taile. 

VENTURA      COUNTY      FREE      LI- 
BRARY. 651    E.   Main   St.   Mrs.   Cath- 
erine   S.    Chadwick,    Libn. 
Serves :      entire     county     Oxnard     and 

Santa  Paula. 
Affiliated  with :  Ventura  Public  Library 
Outlets :  138 

Stations :  Avenue,  Camarillo,  Casitas, 
East  Ventura,  Fillmore,  Matilija, 
Moorpark,  Oak  View,  Ojai,  Piru, 
Port  Hueneme,  Saticoy,  Saticoy 
Church,  Simi,  Somis,  Thousand  Oaks. 
Bookmobile  stops :  64 
Schools :  84 

VENTURA     CO.      LAW      LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

VENTURA  CO.  TEACHERS  Ll- 
BJ?ARY.   Included   in  Co.   F.L. 

VENTURA    PUBLIC    LIBRARY.    651 
E.  Main  St.,  P.p.  Box  771.  Mrs.  Cath- 
erine S.  Chadwick,  Libn. 
Affiliated  with  :  Ventura  Co.  P.  L. 

VENTURA  SR.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 2155  E.  Main  St.,  Ventura. 
Eloise  R.  McConnell,   Libn. 

VERNON  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

VERNON  CITY  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
4305  Santa  Fe  Ave.  G.  G.  Skalsky, 
Deputy  City  Clerk  in  charge. 


VETERANS  HOME  (Napa  Co.) 

VETERANS    HOME    LIBRARY.  Tel: 
BA     6-5571.    Virginia     M.     Hanrahan, 

l_  I  hn 

Staff":  1  libn  ;  5  others 

Purpose :    Recreational  for  patients   at 

the  Home 
Total  vols  :  29,751 ;  Pams  :  1,747 
New  titles :  1,085  ;  VF  drawers  :  15 
Subs  :  Mags  :  60  ;  Newsp  :  33 
Special    collections :     Spanish-American 

War  Books,  clippings,  etc.   (reference 

use  only)  military  and  American  wars 
Expenditures  :  $2,400 ;  Circ  :  158,157 
Available  to :   Co.   staff,  other  libraries 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary    loan :    all    libraries    on    re^ 

quest 


VICTORVILLE  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

U.S.  GEORGE  AIR  FORCE  BASE  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Frances  Haysley,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  3  others 

Purpose  :  To  provide  technical,  military, 
educational,  and  recreational  material 
for  military,  their  dependents,  and 
civil  service  emplovees 

Total  vols  :  13,000  ;  New  titles  :  1,300 

Subs  :  Mags  :  150  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Special  collections :  Military  science  and 
military  history 

Expenditures  :  $3,.300  ;  Circ  :  29,062 

Available  to  :  Co.  staff 

Interlibrary  loan  :  restricted 

Services :  Bibliographies ;  centralized 
procurement  of  publications  and  sub- 
scriptions 

VICTOR  VALLEY  SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  6th  and  Mojave 
Drive.  Beulah  Dillenbeck,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ :  19,308 

Total  vols  :  5,109  ;  New  :  433 

Subs  :  Mags  :  31 ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  42  ;  Stud  :  950 ;  Grades  :  10-14 


V3SALIA  (Tulare  Co.) 

COLLEGE  OF  THE  SEQUOIAS  LI- 
BRARY. Mooney  Blvd.  Mrs.  Genevieve 
Raphael  and  Miss  Maureen  Thorpe, 
Libns. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

MT.  WHITNEY  HIGH  SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.  900  S.  Conyer.  Mrs.  Vi- 
vian W.  Gates,  Libn. 

See   centralized  school   libraries   table 

MT.      WHITNEY      HIGH      SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  900  South   Conyer.  Vivian 

W.   Gates,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $2,600 

Total  vols  :  10,600  ;  New  :  500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  105  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  68  ;  Stud  :  1,375  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


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REDWOOD  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1001  W.  Main.  Mrs.  Marga- 
ret  E.  Barton,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  10,500 

Total  vols  :  5,223  ;  New  :  400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  5 

Fac  :  66  ;  Stud  :  1,250  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

TULARE  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse  Room  10.  Mrs.  Hilda  L. 
Collins,  Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county 

Affiliated  with  :  Porterville  P.  L.,  Tulare 
P.  L.  and  Visalia  P.  L. 

Outlets :  93 

Stations :  Agric.  Office,  Alpaugh  R.R., 
Boys  Camp,  Detention  Home,  D.  A. 
Offi^ce,  Dinuba,  Ducor,  Earlimart,  Ex- 
eter, Farmersville,  Farm  Advisor, 
Four  H  Club,  Giant  Forest,  Girl 
Scouts,  Grant  Grove,  Home  Makers 
Camp,  Ivanhoe,  Johnsondale,  Lindsay, 
Orosi,  Pixley,  Planning  Commission, 
Panorama  Heights,  Public  Defender, 
Sequoia  Home,  Sheriff's  Office,  Spring- 
ville,  Strathmore,  Surveyor's  Office, 
Terra  Bella,  Three  Rivers,  Tipton, 
Tulare-Kings  Hospital,  Tulare  Co. 
Hospital,  Tulare  Co.  Museum,  Tulare 
Co.  Welfare  Dept.,  Tulare  Co.  Health 
J  Dept.,  Woodlake,  Woodville,  Wood- 
ville  Farm  Camp 

Bookmobile  stops  :  48 

TULARE  COUNTY  LAW  LIBRARY. 
County  Civic  Center,  Room  305.  Mrs. 
Josephine   Dougherty,   Libn. 

Staff  :  1 J  ;  Income  :  $12,194.09 
Total  vols  :  12,251 ;  New  :  286 
Subs  :  Mags  :  4 
Open  to  public 

TULARE  CO.  SCHOOLS  LIBRARY. 
Courthouse,  Room  1.  Mrs.  Helen  D. 
Robins,    Director. 

\  See  centralized  school  libraries  table 

VISALIA  ELEMENTARY  CENTRAL 
LIBRARY.  200  S.  Dollner.  Carolyn 
Pendery,  Dir. 

See   centralized  school  libraries   tahle 

VISALIA  COLLEGE   LIBRARY. 

See  College  of  the  Sequoias  library. 

VISALIA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  200  W. 
Oak  St.  Mrs.  Phoebe  M.  Winkler, 
Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Tulare  Co.  F.L. 


VISTA  (San  Diego  Co.) 

VISTA    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 
100  Escondido  Ave. 


WALNUT  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

MT.  SAN  ANTONIO  COLLEGE  LI- 
BRARY. 1100  N.  San  Jose  Hills  Rd. 
Harriett  Genung,  Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 


WALNUT  CREEK  (Contra  Costa  Co.) 

DEL  VALLE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1963  Tice  Valley  Rd.  Keith 
Harker,  Libn. 

LAS  LOMAS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 1460  S.  Main.  Mrs.  Margaret 
Boubel,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,000  ;  Circ  :  36,000 

Total  vols  :  11,000  ;  New  :  1,500 

Subs  :  Mags  :  90  ;  Newsp  :  7 

Fac  :  65  ;  Stud  :  1,275  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


WASCO  (Kern  Co.) 

WASCO  UNION   HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 7th  St.,  Leona  Forster,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $1,500  ;  Circ  :  14,148 
Total  vols  :  5,802  ;  New  :  300 
Subs  :  Mags  :  45  ;  Newsp  :  5 
Fac  :  40  ;  Stud  :  700 ;  Grades  :  9-12 


WATSONVILLE  (Santa  Cruz  Co.) 

CABRILLO      COLLEGE      LIBRARY. 
315  Third  St.,  Fred  Osborne,  Libn. 

WATSONVILLE    JT.    UNION    HIGH 

SCHOOL    LIBRARY.    250    Third    St. 

Ida  A.  Fuller,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,250  ;  Circ  :  19,863 

Total  vols  :  11,325  ;  New  :  779 

Subs  :  Mags  :  131 ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  83  ;  Stud  :  1,877 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WATSONVILLE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY. 
Mrs.    Elizabeth    B.   Collins,    Libn. 


WEAVERVILLE  (Trinity  Co.) 

TRINITY  CO.  FREE  LIBRARY.  Box 
AB.  Mrs.  Doris  Clement,  Libn. 

Serves :  Entire  county. 

Outlets:  30 

Branches :  Hayfork 

Stations :   Hyampom,   Island  Mt.,  Lake 

Mt.,   Ruth,   South  Fork  Mt.,   Trinity 

Center,  Wildwood,  Zenla 
Bookmobile  stops :  2 
Schools :  18 

TRINITY  CO.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY, Mrs.  Agnes  Montgomery, 
Libn. 

TRINITY       CO.       LAW       LIBRARY. 

Courthouse. 

TRINITY  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. Included  in  Co.  F.L. 


WEED  (Siskiyou  Co.) 

COLLEGE  OF  THE  SISKIYOUS  LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  1025.  James  N. 
Simmons,  Libn. 

See  junior  college   libraries  table. 

WEED    HIGH    SCHOOL    LIBRARY. 


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WEIMAR  (Placer  Co.) 

THE     WEIMAR     JOINT     SANATO- 
RIUM  LIBRARY,  The  county  libraries 
of  the  several  counties  cooperating  in 
the  upkeep  of  the  sanatorium  send  in 
books  and  magazines. 


WEST   LOS   ANGELES 

See  under  Los  Angeles. 

WEST   COVINA  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

WEST  COVINA  HIGH   SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   1601    E.    Cameron.    Mrs.    Si- 
mone   Monteverde,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  2  clerks 
Book  fund  :  $5,000  ;  Circ  :  22.000 
Total  vols  :  10.000  ;  New  :  2.000 
Subs  :  Mags  :  70  ;  Newsp  :  3 
Fac :  60  ;  Stud  :  1,500 ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WEST   SACRAMENTO  (Yolo  Co.) 

JAMES  MARSHALL  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.     1100     Ciarenden.     James 

Metcaif,  Libn. 

Staff  :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2^300  ;  Circ  :  13,000 

Total  vols  :  5,119  ;  New  :  604 

Subs  :  Mags  :  95  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Fac  :  51 ;  Stud  :  1,190  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WASHINGTON     UNIFIED    SCHOOL 
DISTRICT.    Evergreen   and    W.   Acres 
Rds.    Dorothy    Corcoran,    Libn. 
See  centralized  school  libraries  taMe. 


WESTMINSTER  (Orange  Co.) 

WESTMINSTER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.   14325    Goldenwest.    Mildred 
G.  Wilson,  Libn. 
Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 
Book  fund  :  $10,000  ;  Circ  :  200 
Total  vols  :  4.489  ;  New  :  2,856 
Subs  :  Mags  :  120  ;  Newsp  :  8 
Fac  :  74  ;  Stud  :  2,000  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


WESTWOOD  (Lassen  Co.) 

WESTWOOD  JR.-SR.  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  5th  and  Del- 
wood. 

Staff :  1  clerk 

Total  vols :  5.000 

Subs  :  Mags  :  30  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  10 ;  Stud  :  180  ;  Grades  :  7-12 


WHEATLAND  (Yuba  Co.) 

WHEATLAND    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY. Box  398. 

Subs  :  Mags  :  4 

Fac  :  14  ;  Stud  :  265  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


WHITTIER  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

CALIFORNIA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY.  9800  S.  Mills  Ave.  Geraldine 
Bergan,    Libn. 

FRED  C.  NELLES  SCHOOL  FOR 
BOYS  LIBRARY. 

PIONEER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10800  E.  Benavon.  Richard 
A.  Hovelsrud,  Libn. 

SANTA  FE  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 10400  S.  Orr  and  Day  Road, 
Santa  Fe  Springs. 

WHITTIER      COLLEGE      LIBRARY. 

Benjamin  Whitten,  Libn. 

See   state   and   other  four-year   colleges 
table. 

BROADOAKS  SCHOOL  OF 

EDUCATION    LIBRARY. 

WHITTIER  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. 610  W.  Philadelphia.  Joieen 
Bock,    Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  :  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $3,500  ;  Circ :  13,741 

Total  vols  :  12.924  ;  New  :  950 

Subs  :  Mags  :  83  ;  Newsp  :  2 

Fac  :  90  ;  Stud  :  1,900  ;  Grades  :  9-12 

WHITTIER  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  336 
S.  Washington  Ave.  Margaret  Fui- 
mer,  Libn. 

WHITTIER  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
DIST.,  INSTRUCTIONAL  MATE- 
RIALS CENTER.  902  W.  Washington 
Blvd.   De   Loss   E.  Williams,   Dir. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 

WILLIAMS  (Colusa  Co.) 

WILLIAMS  UNIFIED  SCHOOLS  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  Carol  Sites,  Libn-Clerk. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn  ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund :  $1,000 

Total  vols  :  3,000  ;  New  :  100 

Subs  :  Mags  :  12 

Fac :  26  ;  Stud  :  100  ;  Grades  :  7-12 

WILLITS  (Mendocino  ^o.) 

WILLITS  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
Erma  Conant,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  teacher-libn 

Total  vols  :  5,600  ;  New :  1,200 

Subs  :  Mags  :  17  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  30  ;  Stud  :  600  ;  Grades  :  1-12 

WILLITS  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  87  E. 
Commercial  St.,  P.O.  Box  7.  Mrs.  Lu- 
cille L.   Elliott,  Libn. 

WILLOWS  (Glenn  Co.) 

GLENN  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
Memorial  Building,  W.  Sycamore  St. 
Mrs.  Addah  W.  Bedford,  Libn. 


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Serves :  Entire  county 

AflBiliated    with :    Orland    Free    Library 

and  Willows  Public  Library. 
Outlets:  30 
Branches :    Bayliss,     Capay,    Hamilton 

City. 
Stations :    Artois,    Butte    City,    Codora, 

Chrome,     Glenn,     Supt.     of     Schools 

Office,  Veteran's  Office,  County  Jail. 
Schools :  15 

GLENN  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

GLENN  CO.  TEACHERS  LI- 
BRARY. Glenn  Hoffman,  Co.  Supt. 
Included  in  Co.  F.L. 

1  GLENN  CO.  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. Mrs.  A.  Genevieve  Borene, 
Libn. 

WILLOWS  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  336 
W.  Walnut  St.  Elizabeth  Eubank, 
Libn. 

Affiliated  with  :  Glenn  Co.  F.L. 


Available  to :  Co.  staff  and  other  li- 
braries. 

Services  :  Literature  searching  ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting 

WILMINGTON    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.  1700  Gulf  Ave.  Mrs.  Aletha 

H.  Fletcher,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  1  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,552.38  ;  Circ  :  15,589 

Total  vols  :  9,444  ;  New  :  1,100 

Subs  :  Mags  :  134  ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac :  99  ;  Stud  :  2,464  ;  Grades  :  7-9 


WINTERS  (Yolo  Co.) 

WINTERS  JOINT  UNION  HIGH 
SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  Grant  Ave.,  P.O. 
Box  605. 


WOODLAKE  (Tulare  Co.) 

WOODLAKE     HIGH     SCHOOL     LI- 
BRARY. P.O.  Box  608. 


WILMINGTON  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

LOS  ANGELES  HARBOR  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  1111  Figueroa  Place.  Mrs. 
Thelma  V.  Taylor,   Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 

PHINEAS  BANNING  HIGH  SCHOOL 

LIBRARY.      1500      Avalon.      Florence 

Gregory,   Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1  clerk 

Rook  fund  :  $5,193.73  ;  Circ :  25,000 

Total  vols  :  9,925  ;  New  :  1,012 

Subs  :  Mags  :  120 ;  Newsp  :  3 

Fac  :  123  ;  Stud  :  2,433  ;  Grades  :  10-12 

RICHFIELD     OIL     CORPORATION, 

Technical  Library.  1907  E.  Sepulveda, 

P.O.    Box   787.    Mrs.    Hester    L.    Dale, 

Libn.  Tel:    TE  4-2521, 

Staff :  1  libn  ;  1.5  others 

Total  vols  :  3,300 ;  Pams  :  1,500 

New  titles  :  300  ;  VF  drawers  :  15 

Subs  :  Mags  :  300  ;  Newsp  :  4 

Special  collections :   Petroleum  refining, 

corrosion  and  waste  disposal 
Available  -"to :  Co.  staff,  other  libraries, 

and  public  by  referral 
Interlibrary  loan :  Limited  to  special  re- 
quests 
Services  :  Literature  searching ;  bibliog- 
raphies ;  photostat  copying ;  briefing 
and  abstracting ;  centralized  procure- 
ment of  publications  and  subscrip- 
tions. 

TURCO  PRODUCTS  INC.,  TECHNI- 
CAL   LIBRARY.  24600  S.   Main,   P.O. 
Box  1055.  Grace  A.  Moore,  Libn. 
Staff :  1 
Purpose  :  Primarily  serves  Research  and 

Development  Dept. 
Total  vols:  1,500 
Subs  :  Mags  :  85 


WOODLAND  (Yolo  Co.) 

WOODLAND  FREE  PUBLIC  LI- 
BRARY. 1st  and  Court  Sts.  Ritchie 
Thomas,  Libn. 

WOODLAND  HIGH  SCHOOL  LI- 
BRARY. College  and   Hayes  St. 

YOLO  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
First  and  Court  Sts.  Mrs.  Vivian  G. 
Douglas,  Acting    Libn. 

Serves  :  Entire  county  except  Woodland 
City 

Outlets :  36 

Stations :  Broderick,  Capay,  Davis, 
Dunnigan,  Esparto,  Knights  Land- 
ing, Rumsey,  West  Sacramento,  Win- 
ters, Yolo 

Bookmobile  stops:  25 

YOLO  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 

YOLO  CO.  SCHOOL  LIBRARY.  723 
Main  St.  Betty   Milligan,  Libn. 

See  centralized  school  libraries  table. 


WOODLAND   HILLS  (Los  Angeles  Co.) 

FRANCIS     PARKMAN      JR.      HIGH 

SCHOOL   LIBRARY.  208000  Burbank 

Blvd.  John   F.  McTighe,  Libn. 

Staff :  1  libn ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $6,000  ;  Circ :  10,000 

Total  vols  :  4,800  ;  New  :  2,400 

Subs  :  Mags  :  35  ;  Newsp  :  1 

Fac  :  55  ;  Stud  :  1,556  ;  Grades  :  7-9 

LOS  ANGELES  PIERCE  COLLEGE 
LIBRARY.  6201  Winnetka  Ave.  Hel- 
ene   S.  Sloat,   Head    Libn. 

See  junior  college  libraries  table. 


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WOODSIDE  (San  Mateo  Co.) 

WOODSIDEHIGH  SCHOOL  LI 
BRARY. 

See  Redwood  City. 


YORBA   LINDA  (Orange  Co.) 

YORBA  LINDA  DISTRICT  LI- 
BRARY. 18262  Lemon  Dr.  Mrs.  Mae 
P.  Barlass,  Libn. 


YOSEMITE  (Mariposa  Co.) 

YOSEMITE  MUSEUM  RESEARCH 
LIBRARY.  Yosemite  National  Park. 
Ruth  Glass,  Libn. 


YREKA  (Siskiyou  Co.] 

SISKIYOU  COUNTY  FREE  LI- 
BRARY. 300  So.  Fourth  St.  Mrs. 
Thora   Selistrom,    Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county 

Affiliated  with  :  Etna  Public  Library 

Outlets :  60 

Stations :  Bogus,  Callahan,  Cecilville, 
Copco,  County  Hospital,  Dorris, 
Dunsmuir,  Edgewood,  Forks  of  Sal- 
mon, Fort  Jones,  Greenview,  Happy 
Camp,  Hilt,  Hornbrook,  Horse  Creek, 
McCloud,  Montague,  Mt.  Hebron- 
Macdoel,  Mount  Shasta,  Mount  Shasta 
Hospital,  Pondosa,  Sawyers  Bar, 
Scott  Bar,  Seiad  Valley,  Somes  Bar, 
Tulelake,  Walker,  Weed 

Schools :  29 


SISKIYOU      CO.      TEACHERS 
BRARY.  Included  in  Co.  F.L. 


LI 


YREKA  HIGH  SCHOOL  LIBRARY. 
412  W.    Miner.    Eleanor   Harris,    Libn. 

YREKA  PUBLIC  LIBRARY.  412  W. 
Miner.   Mrs.    Eleanor   Harris,   Libn. 

YUBA  CITY  (Sutter  Co.) 

SUTTER  COUNTY  FREE  LIBRARY. 
463  Second  St.  Mrs.  Irminna  Rudge, 
Libn. 

Serves :  entire  county 

Outlets :  36 

Stations :  Barber,  Bear  River,  East 
Nicolaus,  Meridian,  Nicolaus,  Pleas- 
ant Grove,  Rio  Oso,  Robbins,  Sutter 

Schools :  26 

SUTTER  CO.  LAW  LIBRARY.  Court- 
house. 


SUTTER       CO.       TEACHERS 
BRARY.  Included  in  Co.  F.L. 


Ll- 


SISKIYOU      CO. 
Courthouse. 


LAW      LIBRARY. 


YUBA  CITY  UNION  HIGH  SCHOOL 
LIBRARY.  850  B  Street.  Mrs.  Jose- 
phine  Tompkins,    Libn. 

Stafe :  1  libn  ;  i  clerk 

Book  fund  :  $2,500  ;  Circ  :  19,794 

Total  vols  :  6,296 ;  New  :  640 

Subs  :  Mags  :  95  ;  Newsp  :  6 

Fac  :  72  ;  Stud  :  1,420  ;  Grades  :  9-12 


YUCAIPA  (San  Bernardino  Co.) 

YUCAIPA    JR.    HIGH    SCHOOL    LI- 
BRARY.   12358   6th   St.,   Yucaipa. 


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INDEX  TO  HEADQUARTERS,  BRANCHES  AND 

STATIONS  OF  COUNTY  LIBRARIES 

ARRANGED  BY  PLACE 

The  abbrevations  indicate  the  nature  of  the  public  library  outlet. 
They  are :  Hq. — Headquarters ;  Br. — Branch ;  St. — Station. 

^delanto,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 

Adin,  Modoc  Co.  8t. 

Aetna,  Napa  Co.  St. 

Aguanga,  Riverside  Co.  St. 

Ahwahnee,  Madera  Co.  St. 

Alamo,  Contra  Costa  Co.  St. 

Alba,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 

Aklerpoint,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 

Alisal,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

Alleghany,  Sierra  Co.  St. 

Alpine,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Alpaugh,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Alta  Loma,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 

Alturas,  Modoc  Co.  Hq. 

Alum  Rock,  Santa  Clara  Co.  St. 

Alvarado,  Alameda  Co.  St. 

Amador  City,  Amador  Co.  St. 

Amsterdam,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Anderson,  Shasta  Co.  St. 

Angels  Camp,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 

Annapolis,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 

Antioch,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 

Applegate,  Placer  Co.  St. 

Apple  Valley,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 

Aptos,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 

Arbuckle,  Colusa  Co.  St. 

Arcade,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 

Arden,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 

Arlington,  Riverside  Co.  Br. 

Armona,  Kings  Co.  St. 

Aromas,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

Aromitas,  San  Benito  Co.  St. 

Arroyo  Grande,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 

Artesia,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Artois,  Glenn  Co.  St. 

Arvin,  Kern  Co.  St. 

Arvin  Mig,  Kern  Co.  St. 

Atascadero,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 

Atherton,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 

Atwater,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Auberry,  Fresno  Co.  St. 

Auburn,  Placer  Co.  Hq. 

Avalon,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Avenal,  Kings  Co.  St. 

Avenue,  Ventura  Co.  St. 

Baker,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Baker  Street,  Kern  Co.  Br. 
Bakersfield,  Kern  Co.  Hq. 
Bakersfield  College,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Baldwin  Park,  Los  Angeles  Co.i?r. 
Ballico,  Merced  Co.  St. 
Bandini,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Bangor,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Banner  Queen,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Bar-49,  Napa  Co.  St. 
Barber,  Sutter  Co.  St. 


Barber  City,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Barstow,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Bayliss,  Glenn  Co.  Br. 
Bayshore,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
Bayside,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Bear  River,  Sutter  Co.  St. 
Bear  Valley,  Mariposa  Co.  St. 
Bear  Valley,  San  Benito  Co.  St. 
Beckwourth,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Belden,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Bell,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Bella  Vista,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Bella  Vista,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Bellflovsrer,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Bell  Gardens,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Belmont,  San  Mateo  Co.  Hq. 
Belridge,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Belevedere,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Belevedere-Tiburon,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Ben  Lomond,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Bernabe,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Bethel  Island,  Contra  Costa  Co.  St. 
Bieber,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
Big  Bear,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Big  Creek,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Big  Creek  #2,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Big  Oak  Flat,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Big  Pine,  Inyo  Co.  St. 
Big  Sur,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Biola,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Bishop,  Inyo  Co.  St. 
Bittervt^ater,  San  Benito  Co.  St. 
Blocksburg,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Bloomfield,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Bloomington,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Blue  Lake,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Bogus,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Bolinas,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Bolsa  Knolls,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Boron,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Borrego,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Boulder  Creek,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Boulevard,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Boyes  Hot  Springs,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Bradley,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Brea,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Brentwood,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Bridgeport,  Mono  Co.  St. 
Brisbane,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
Broderick,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Browns  Valley,  Napa  Co.  St. 
Brush  Creek,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Buellton,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Burbank,  Santa  Clara  Co.  St. 
Burney,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Butte  City,  Glenn  Co.  St. 


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Buttonwillow,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Byron,  Contra  Costa  Co.  St. 

0abazon,  Riversrde  Co.  St. 
Caliente,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Caliente  Springs,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
California  City,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Calipatria,  Imperial  Co.  St. 
Calistoga,  Napa  Co.  St. 
Callahan,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Calwa,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Camanche,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Camarillo,  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Cambria,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Camino,  El  Dorado  Co.  St. 
Campbell,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Br. 
Campo,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Canyon  Crest,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Capay,  Glenn  Co.  Br. 
Capay,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Capitola,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Cardiff,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Caribou,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Carmel  Valley,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Carmicbael,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Carneros,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Carpinteria,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Carson,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Caruthers,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Casa  Blanca,  Riverside  Co.  Br. 
Casitas.  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Castella,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Castle  Park,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Castro  Hill,  Alameda  Co.  St. 
Castro  Valley,  Alameda  Co.  Br. 
Castroville,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Cathedral  City,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Cayucos,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Cazadero,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Cecilville,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Cedarville,  Modoc  Co.  St. 
Centerville,  Alameda  Co.  Br. 
Central  Valley,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Ceres,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Charter  Oak,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Chawanakee,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Chester,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Chico,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Chilcoot,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Chino,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Chowchilla,  Madera  Co.  Br. 
Chrome,  Glenn  Co.  St. 
Chualar,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
City  Terrace,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Claremont,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Clarks  Fork,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Clements,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Clipper  MiUs,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Clovis,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 
Coarsegold,  Madera  Co.  St. 
Codora,  Glenn  Co.  St. 
Colfax,  Placer  Co.  St. 
College  City,  Colusa  Co.  St. 
Colma,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
Columbia,  Tuolunme  Co.  Br. 


Colusa,  Colusa  Co.  Hq. 
Compton,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Concord,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Copco,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Copperopolis,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Corcoran,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Corralitos,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Corte  Madera,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Costa  Mesa,  Orange  Co.  Br. 
Cotati,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Cottonv70od,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Courtland,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Crannell,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Crescent  Mills,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Cressey,  Merced  Co.  St. 
Cresta,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Crestline,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Creston,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Crockett,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Cromberg,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Cucamonga,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Culver  City,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Cupertino,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Br. 
Cuyama,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Cypress,  Orange  Co.  St. 

]3ana  Point,  Orange  Co.  8t. 

Danville,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 

Davenport,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 

Davis,  Yolo  Co.  St. 

Davis  Creek,  Modoc  Co.  St. 

Decoto,  Alameda  Co.  St. 

Delano,  Kern  Co.  Br. 

Delhi,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Del  Mar,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Del  Paso,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 

Del  Rey,  Fresno  Co.  St. 

Denair,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 

De  Sabla,  Butte  Co.  St. 

Descanso,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Desert  Center,  Riverside  Co.  St. 

Desert  Hot  Springs,  Riverside  Co.  St. 

Dinuba,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Dominguez,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Dorris,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 

Dos  Palos,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Downieville,  Sierra  Co.  St. 

Duarte,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 

Ducor,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Dulzura,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Dunnigan,  Yolo  Co.  St. 

Dunsmuir,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 

Durham,  Butte  Co.  St. 

Dutch  Flat,  Placer  Co.  St. 

Eagle  Mountain,  Riverside  Co.  St 

Earlimart,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

East  Compton,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

East  Los  Angeles,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

East  Nicolaus,  Sutter  Co.  St. 

Easton,  Fresno  Co.  St. 

East  Valley,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St, 

East  Ventura,  Ventura  Co.  St. 

Edgewood,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 


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Edwards,  Kern  Co.  St. 
El  Cajon,  San  Diego  Co.  Br. 
El  Centro,  Imperial  Co.  Hq. 
El  Cerrito,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
El  Granada,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
Elk  Grove,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
El  Marino,  Los  Angeles  Co.  ;Sf*. 
El  Modena,  Orange  Co.  St. 
El  Monte,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
El  Nido,  Merced  Co.  St. 
El  Portal,  Mariposa  Co.  St. 
El  Sobrante,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Empire,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Encinitas,  San  Diego  Co.  Br. 
Enterprise,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Enterprise,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Escalon,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Escondido,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Esparto,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Essex,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Etiwanda,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Ettersburg,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Eureka,  Humboldt  Co.  Hq. 
Exeter,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Fairfax,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Fairfax,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Fairfield,  Solano  Co.  Hq. 
Fairmont,  Alameda  Co.  *S^*. 
Fair  Oaks,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Fair  Oaks,  San  .Toaquin  Co.  Br. 
Fallbrook,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Fall  River  Mills,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Farmersville,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Feather  Falls,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Fellows,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Felton,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Fieldbrook,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Fillmore,  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Firebaugh,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Fletcher  Hills,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Florence,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Florin,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Flournoy,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Folsom,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Fontana,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Br. 
Foothill,  Sacramento  Co..  St. 
Forbestown,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Foresthill,  Placer  Co.  St. 
Forest  Knolls,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Forest  Ranch,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Forestville,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Forks  of  Salmon,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Fort  Jones,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Fort  Seward,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Fortuna,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Fowler,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Francisquito,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
Franz  Valley,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Freedom,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
French  Gulch,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Fresno,  Fresno  Co.  Hq. 
Fricot  Ranch  School,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Friendly  Hills,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 


Fruitridge,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Fruitvale,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Furnace  Creek,  Inyo  Co.  St. 

Qalt,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Garberville,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Gardena,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Garden  Grove,  Orange  Co.  Br. 
Garvey,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Georgetown,  El  Dorado  Co.  St. 
Gerber,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Geyserville,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Giant  Club,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Giant  Forest,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Gillis,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 
Glen  Avon,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Glendale,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Glen  Ellen,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Glen  Helen,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Glenn,  Glenn  Co.  St. 
Glennville,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Goleta,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Gonzales,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Graham,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Grangeville,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Grant  Grove,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Graton,  Sonoma  Co,  St. 
Greenfield,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Greenfield,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Greenview,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Greenville,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Grimes,  Colusa  Co.  St. 
Grossmont,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Groveland,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Grover  City,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St 
Guadalupe,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Guerneville,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Gustine,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Hacienda,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Hagginwood,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Halcyon,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Half  Moon  Bay,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
Hamilton  City,  Glenn  Co.  Br. 
Hanford,  Kings  Co.  Hq. 
Happy  Camp,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Hardwick,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Harris,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Hat  Creek,  Shasta  Co.  St. 
Hawthorne,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Hayward,  Alameda  Co.  Hq. 
Herald,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Hercules,  Contra  Costa  Co.  St. 
Herlong,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
Hermosa  Beach,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Highgrove,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Highland,  Alameda  Co.  St. 
Highland,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Hilt,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Hinkley,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
HoUister,  San  Benito  Co.  Hq. 
Hollydale,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Holtville,  Imperial  Co.  St. 
Honeydew,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Hoopa,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 


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Hombrook,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Horse  Creek,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Hot  Creek,  Mono  Co.  St. 
Hughson,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Huntington  Park,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Hyampom,  Trinity  Co.  St. 
Hydesville,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 

Idyllwild,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Imperial,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Imperial  Beach,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Independence,  Inyo  Co.  Hq. 
Independence,  Mono  Co.  Hq. 
Inglewood,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Inskip,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Inverness,  Marin  Co.  St. 
lone,  Amador  Co.  St. 
Irvington,  Alameda  Co.  St. 
Irwin,  Merced  Co.  St. 
Isabella,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Island,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Island  Mt.,  Trinity  Co.  St. 
Isleton,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Ivanhoe,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Jackson,  Amador  Co.  Hq. 
Jacumba,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Jamesburg,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Jameson  Camp,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Jamestown,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Jauesville,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
Johannesburg,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Johnsondale,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Joshua  Tree,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Julian,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Kaiser  Hospital,  Solano  Co.  St. 

Keene,  Kern  Co.,  St. 
Kelso,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Kensington,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Kentfield,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Kerman,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Kernville,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Kettleman  City,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Keyes,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Kingsburg,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Kings  River,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Kings  River,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Kirkwood,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Knightsen,  Contra  Costa  Co.  St. 
Knights  Landing,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Korbel,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Kruse  Ranch,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 

La  Canada,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 

Lacy  Security  Facility,  Orange  Co.  St. 

Ladoga,  Colusa  Co.  St. 

Lafayette,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 

Laguna  Beach,  Orange  Co.  St. 

La  Habra,  Orange  Co.  Br. 

Lake  Arrowhead,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 

Lakehead,  Shasta  Co.  St. 

Lake  Mt.,  Trinity  Co.  St. 

Lakeside,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Lake  Valley,  El  Dorado  Co.  Br. 


Lakewood,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
La  Mesa,  San  Diego  Co.  Br. 
La  Mirada,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Lamont,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Lancaster,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
La  Porte,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
La  Puente,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
La  Selva,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
La  Sierra,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Las  Plumas,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Lathrop,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Laton,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
La  Verne,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Lawndale,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Lee  Vining,  Mono  Co.  St. 
Le  Grand,  Merced  Co.  St. 
Lemon  Grove,  San  Diego  Co.  Br. 
Lemoore,  Kings  Co.  St. 
Lennox,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Lincoln  Acres,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Lincoln  Park,  Riverside  Co.  Br. 
Linden,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Lindsay,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Litchfield,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
Littlerock,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Live  Oak,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Livingston,  Merced  Co.  St. 
Lockwood,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Lodi,  Napa  Co.  St. 
Loleta,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Lomita,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Lone  Pine,  Inyo  Co.  St. 
Long  Barn,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Lookout,  Modoc  Co.  St. 
Loomis,  Placer  Co.  St. 
Los  Alamos,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Los  Alamitos,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Los  Altos,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Br. 
Los  Angeles,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Hq. 
Los  Banos,  Merced  Co.  St. 
Los  Molinos,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Los  Nietos,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Los  Olivos,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Los  Robles,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Lost  Hills,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Loyalton,  Sierra  Co.  St. 
Lucerne,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Lynwood,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 

]y[cCloud,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 

McFarland,  Kern  Co.  Br. 

McKittrick,  Kern  Co.  St. 

Madeline,  Lassen  Co.  St. 

Madera,  Madera  Co.  Hq. 

Magalia,  Butte  Co.  St. 

Magnolia,  Imperial  Co.  St. 

Manhattan  Beach,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 

Manhattan  Heights,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Manteca,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 

Maravilla,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Marcy,  Riverside  Co.  Br. 

Maricopa,  Kern  Co.  St. 

Marina,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

Marin  City,  Marin  Co.  St. 

Mariposa,  Mariposa  Co.  St. 


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Mark  Twain  Hospital,  Calaveras  Co.  Hi. 
Martinez,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Masonic  Hill,  Alameda  Co.  Bt. 
Matilija,  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Maxwell,  Colusa  Co.  Bi. 
Maywood,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Meadow  Vista,  Placer  Co.  Bt. 
Mendota,  Fresno  Co.  Bt. 
Mentone,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 
Merced,  Mariposa  &  Merced  Co.  B.q. 
Meridian,  Sutter  Co.  S,t. 
Mesa  Grande,  San  Diego  Co.  Bt. 
Midway  City,  Orange  Co.  Bi. 
Midland,  Riverside  Co.  Bi. 
Midpines,  Mariposa  Co.  Bt. 
Milford,  Lassen  Co.  Bi. 
Millbrae,  San  Mateo  Co.  Br. 
Millville,  Shasta  Co.  Bt. 
Milpitas,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Bt. 
Mineral,  Tehama  Co.  Bt. 
Minter,  Kern  Co.  Bt. 
Miramonte,  Fresno  Co.  Bt. 
Moccasin,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Modesto,  Stanislaus  Co.  Hq. 
Mojave,  Kern  Co.  Bt. 
Mokelumne  Hill,  Calaveras  Co.  Bt. 
Monmouth,  Fresno  Co.  Bt, 
Montague,  Siskiyou  Co.  Bt. 
Montclair,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 
Montebello,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Montecito,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  Bt. 
Monte  Rio,  Sonoma  Co.  Bt. 
Montgomery  Creek,  Shasta  Co.  Bt. 
Moorpark,  Ventura  Co.  Bt. 
Morgan  Hill,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Bt. 
Morningside  Park,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Morongo,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 
Morro  Bay,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  Bt. 
Mountain  Pass,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 
Mountain  View,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Mount  Eden,  Alameda  Co.  Bt. 
Mount  Hamilton,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Bt. 
Mount  Hebron-Mcdoel,  Siskiyou  Co.  Bt. 
Mount  Shasta,  Siskiyou  Co.  Bt. 
Mount  Wilson,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Mt.  Baldy,  San  Bernardino  Co.  -Sf*. 
Murphys,  Calaveras  Co.  Bt. 
Muscoy,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 
Museum,  Merced  Co.  Bt. 

U"apa,  Napa  Co.  Sq. 

Napa  Junction,  Napa  Co.  Bt. 

Navelencia,  Fresno  Co.  Bt. 

Needles,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 

Newark,  Alameda  Co.  Br. 

Newcastle,  Placer  Co.  Bt. 

Newhall,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 

Newman,  Stanislaus  Co.  Bt. 

Nicolaus,  Sutter  Co.  Bt. 

Nile  Garden,  San  Joaquin  Co.  Bt. 

Niles,  Alameda  Co.  Br. 

Nipomo,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  Bt. 

Norco,  Riverside  Co.  Bt. 

North  Branch,  San  Joaquin  Co.  Bt. 

North  Fork,  Madera  Co.  Bt. 


North  Fresno,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 
North  Highlands,  Sacramento  Co.  Bt. 
North  Sacramento,  Sacramento  Co.  Bt. 
Norwalk,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Norwood,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Novato,  Marin  Co.  Br. 
Nuview,  Riverside  Co.  Bt. 

Qakdale,  Stanislaus  Co.  Bt. 

Oakhurst,  Madera  Co.  Bt. 

Oakley,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Bt. 

Oak  Run,  Shasta  Co.  Bt. 

Oakvale,  Kings  Co.  Bt. 

Oak  View,  Ventura  Co.  Bt. 

Oasis,  Riverside  Co.  Bt. 

Occidental,  Sonoma  Co.  Bt. 

Oceano,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  Bt. 

Oil  Center,  Kern  Co.  Bt. 

Oildale,  Kern  Co.  Br. 

Ojai,  Ventura  Co.  Bt. 

Oleander,  Fresno  Co.  Bt. 

Olive,  Orange  Co.  Bt. 

Olive,  Tehama  Co.  Bt. 

O'Neals,  Madera  Co.  Bt. 

Ono,  Shasta  Co.  Bi. 

Orange,  Orange  Co.  Hq. 

Orange  Cove,  Fresno  Co.  Bt. 

Orangevale,  Sacramento  Co.  Bt. 

Orcutt,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  Bt. 

Orinda,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 

Orleans,  Humboldt  Co.  Bt. 

Oro  Grande,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 

Orosi,  Tulare  Co.  Bt. 

Oroville,  Butte  Co.  Bq. 

pacheco,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Bt. 
Pacifica,  San  Mateo  Co.  Bt. 
Pajaro  Monterey  Co.  Bt. 
Pala,  San  Diego  Co.  Bt. 
Palermo,  Butte  Co.  Bt. 
Palmdale,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Palm  Desert,  Riverside  Co.  Bi. 
Palo  Cedro,  Shasta  Co.  Bt. 
Paloma,  Calaveras  Co.  Bi. 
Palomar,  San  Diego  Co.  Bt. 
Panama,  Kern  Co.  Bt. 
Panoche,  San  Benito  Co.  Bt. 
Panorama  Heights,  Tulare  Co.  Bt. 
Paradise,  Butte  Co.  Bt. 
Paramount,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Parker  Dam,  San  Bernardino  Co.  Bt. 
Parkfield,  Monterey  Co.  Bt. 
Parlier,  Fresno  Co.  Bi. 
Patterson,  Stanislaus  Co.  Bt. 
Pauma,  San  Diego  Co.  Bt. 
Penryn,  Placer  Co.  Bt. 
Pescadero,  San  Mateo  Co.  Bi. 
Petrolia,  Humboldt  Co.  Bi. 
Pico,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Bt. 
Pine  Creek,  Tehama  Co.  Bt. 
Pinedale,  Fresno  Co.  Bt. 
Pine  Grove,  Amador  Co.  Bt. 
Pinole,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Pioneer  Camp,  Sierra  Co.  Bi. 


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NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


Pirn,  Ventura  Co.  St. 

Pisrno  Beach,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 

Pit  #5,  Shasta  Co.  St. 

Pittsburg,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 

Pixley,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Placerville,  El  Dorado  Co.  Hq. 

Planada,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Platina,  Shasta  Co.  St. 

Pleasant  Grove,  Sutter  Co.  St. 

Pleasant  Hill,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Hq. 

Pleasanton,  Alameda  Co.  St. 

Plymouth,  Amador  Co.  St. 

Pollock  Pines,  El  Dorado  Co.  St. 

Pondosa,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 

Port  Chicago,  Contra  Costa  Co.  St. 

Port  Hueneme,  Ventura  Co.  St. 

Portola,  Plumas  Co.  St. 

Potrero,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Poway,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Pozo,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 

Pt.  Reyes  Station,  Marin  Co.  St. 

Princeton,  Colusa  Co.  St. 

Prunedale,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

Pulga,  Butte  Co.  St. 

Quartz  Hill,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Quincy,  Plumas  Co.  Hq. 
Quincy,  Sierra  Co.  Hq. 

Rail  Road  Flat,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Raisin,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Ramona,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Rancho  Cordova,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Randsburg,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Ravendale,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
Raymond,  Madera  Co.  St. 
Red  BlufE,  Tehama  Co.  Hq. 
Red  Cloud,  Mariposa  Co.  St. 
Redding,  Shasta  Co.  Hq. 
Red  Rock,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Reedley,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 
Rialto,  San  Bernadino  Co.  St. 
Rice,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Richvale,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Ridgecrest,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Rio  Dell,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Rio  Linda,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Rio  Oso,  Sutter  Co.  St. 
Rio  Vista,  Solano  Co.  St. 
Ripley,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Ripon,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Rivera,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Riverbank,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Riverdale,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Riverside,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
Riverside,  Riverside  Co.  Hq. 
Robbing,  Sutter  Co.  St. 
Robley,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
Rocklin,  Placer  Co.  St. 
Rodeo,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Roosevelt,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Rosamond,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Rosemead,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Si 
Rosemont,  Napa  Co.  St. 


Rovana,  Inyo  Co.  St. 

Rubidoux,  Riverside  Co.  St. 

Rumsey,  Yolo  Co.  St. 

Running  Springs,  San  Bernardino  Co. 

St. 
Russell,  Alameda  Co.  St. 
Ruth,  Trinity  Co.  St. 
Rutherford,  Napa  Co.  St. 

Sacramento,  Sacramento  Co.  Hq. 

Salida,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 

Salinas,  Monterey  Co.  Hq. 

Salvador,  Napa  Co.  St. 

Samoa,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 

San  Andreas,  Calaveras  Co.  Hq. 

San  Ardo,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

San  Benito,  San  Benito  Co.  St. 

San    Bernardino,    San    Bernardino    Co. 

Hq. 
San  Carlos,  San  Mateo  Co.  Br. 
Sanchez,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
San  Clemente,  Orange  Co.  St. 
San  Diego,  San  Diego  Co.  Hq. 
San  Dimas,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
San  Fernando,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
San  Gabriel,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Sanger,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 
San  Joaquin,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
San  Jose,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Hq. 
San  Juan  Capistrano,  Orange  Co.  St. 
San  Lorenzo,  Alameda  Co.  Br. 
San  Lucas,  Monterey  Co.  St. 
San  Luis  Obispo,   San  Luis  Opispo 

Co.  Hq. 
San  Miguel,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
San  Pablo,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
San  Rafael,  Marin  Co.  Hq. 
Santee,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
San  Vincente,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Santa  Barbara,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  Hq. 
Santa  Cruz,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  Hq. 
Santa  Margarita,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co. 

St. 
Santa  Rosa,  Sonoma  Co.  Hq. 
Santa  Tnez,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 
Saratoga,  Santa  Clara  Co.  Br. 
Saticoy,  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Saticoy  Church,  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Savsryers  Bar,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Scotia,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Scott  Bar,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Scotts  Valley,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Seal  Beach,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Seeley,  Imperial  Co.  St. 
Seiad  Valley,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Selma,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 
Sepulveda,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Sequoia  Home,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Shafter,  Kern  Co.  Br. 
Shandon,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Sheepranch,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Shell  Beach,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Shingle  Springs,  El  Dorado  Co.  St. 
Shively,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 


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Shoshone,  Inyo  Co.  St. 

Sierra  City,  Sierra  Co.  St. 

Sierraville,  Sierra  Co.  St. 

Sierra  Vista,  Fresno  Co.  Br. 

Silverado,  Orange  Co.  St. 

Silverthorn,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 

Simi,  Ventura  Co.  St. 

Simmler,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 

Snelling,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Solana  Beach,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Soledad,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

Solvang,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 

Somes  Bar,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 

Somis,  Ventura  Co.  St. 

Sonora,  Tuolumne  Co.  Hq. 

Soquel,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 

Sorensen,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

South  Bay,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 

South  Dos  Palos,  Merced  Co.  St. 

South  Fork  Mt.,  Trinity  Co.  St. 

South  Gate,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 

South  Laguna,  Orange  Co.  St. 

South  Madera,  Madera  Co.  St. 

South  Sacramento,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 

South  San  Gabriel,  Los  Angeles  Co.  *S'*. 

South  Whittier,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Spanish  Flat,  Napa  Co.  *S'*. 

Spreckles,  Monterey  Co.  St. 

Spring  Valley,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

SpringvUle,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Standard,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 

Standish,  Lassen  Co.  St. 

Stanton,  Orange  Co.  St. 

Stephenson,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Stevinson,  Merced  Co.  St. 

Stinson  Beach,  Marin  Co.  St. 

Stirling  City,  Butte  Co.  St. 

Stockton,  San  Joaquin  Co.  Hq. 

Stony  Brooke,  Kern  Co.  St. 

Storrie,  Plumas  Co.  St. 

Stonyford,  Colusa  Co.  St. 

Stratford,  Kings  Co.  St. 

Strathmore,  Tulare  Co.  St. 

Summerland,  Santa  Barbara  Co.  St. 

Suncrest-La  Cresta,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Sunkist,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 

Sunnyslope,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 

Sunol,  Alameda  Co.  St. 

Susanville,  Lassen  Co.  Hq. 

Sutter,  Sutter  Co.  St. 

Sutter  Creek,  Amador  Co.  St. 

Sylvan,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 

Taft,  Kern  Co.  Br. 
Tahoe  City,  Placer  Co.  St. 
Tahoe  Vista,  Placer  Co.  St. 
Tamalpais,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Taylorsville,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Tecopa,  Inyo  Co.  St. 
Tehachapi,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Tehama,  Tehama  Co.  St. 
Temecula,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Temple  City,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
Templeton,  San  Luis  Obispo  Co.  St. 
Terra  BeUa,  Tulare  Co.  St. 


Thermal,   Riverside  Co.   St. 
Thornton,  S3an  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Thousand  Oaks,  Ventura  Co.  St. 
Three  Rivers,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Tierra  del  Sol,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Tipton,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Tomales,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Trabuco,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Tracy,  San  Joaquin  Co.  St. 
Tranquillity,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
Trinidad,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Trinity  Center,  Trinity  Co.  St. 
Trona,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Tulelake,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Tuolumne,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Tupman,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Tustin,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Twain,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Twain  Harte,  Tuolumne  Co.  Br. 
Twentynine  Palms,  San  Bernardino  Co. 

St. 
Twin  Lakes,  Santa  Cruz  Co.  St. 
Twin  Oaks,  Kern  Co.  St. 

XJnion,  Santa  Clara  Co.  St. 

Valle  Vista,  Riverside  Co.  St. 
Valley  Home,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Valley  Springs,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Ventura,  Ventura  Co.  Hq. 
Verdemont,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Veterans  Administration  Hospital, 

Alameda  Co.  St. 
Victoria  Park,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Victorville,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
View  Park,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Villa  Carson,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Villa  Park,   Orange  Co.  St. 
Vina,  Tehama   Co.  St. 
Vinton,  Plumas  Co.  St. 
Virginia  Avenue,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Visalia,  Tulare  Co.  Hq. 
Vista,  San  Diego  Co.  Br. 

Walker,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Walnut,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Walnut  Creek,  Contra  Costa  Co.  Br. 
Walnut  Grove,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Wasco,  Kern  Co.  Br. 
Waterford,  Stanislaus  Co.  St. 
Weaverville,  Trinity  Co.  Hq. 
Weed,  Siskiyou  Co.  St. 
Weimar,  Placer  Co.  St. 
Weldon,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Wendel,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
West  Covina,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
West  Fresno,  Fresno  Co.  St. 
West  Gardena,  Los  Angeles  Co.  Br. 
West  Liberty,  Butte  Co.  St. 
Westminster,  Orange  Co.  St. 
Westmorland,  Imperial  Co.  St. 
West  Point,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
West  Sacramento,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Westwood,  Lassen  Co.  St. 
White  Pines,  Calaveras  Co.  St. 
Whitmore,  Shasta  Co.  St. 


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Wildwood,  Trinity  Co.  St. 
Williams,  Colusa  Co.  St. 
Willowbrook,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
WiUow  Creek,  Humboldt  Co.  St. 
Willow  Ranch,  Modoc  Co.  St. 
Willows,  Glenn  Co.  Hq. 
Wilton,  Sacramento  Co.  St. 
Windsor,  Sonoma  Co.  St. 
Winterhaven,  Imperial  Co.  St. 
Winters,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Winton,  Merced  Co.  S't. 
Wiseburn,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Witch  Creek,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 
Wofford,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Woodacre,  Marin  Co.  St. 
Woodcrest,  Los  Angeles  Co.  St. 
Woodlake,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Woodland,  Yolo  Co.  Hg. 


Woodlands,  Mariposa  Co.  St. 
Woodside,  San  Mateo  Co.  St. 
AVoody,  Kern  Co.  St. 
Woodville,  Tulare  Co.  St. 
Wrights,  Santa  Clara  Co.  St. 
Wynola,  San  Diego  Co.  St. 

Yermo,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Yolo,  Yolo  Co.  St. 
Yosemite,  Mariposa  Co.  St. 
Yountville,  Napa  Co.  St. 
Yreka,  Siskiyou  Co.  Hq. 
Yuba  City,  Sutter  Co.  Hq. 
Yucaipa,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 
Yucca,  San  Bernardino  Co.  St. 

Zenia,  Trinity  Co.  St. 


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INDEX  TO  NAMES  OF  LIBRARIES 

The  Index  to  Names  of  Libraries  has  been  prepared  to  guide  users 
to  the  place  of  entry  in  the  main  directory  of  special,  university,  college, 
junior  college,  law,  and  public  libraries  not  otherwise  easily  located. 
In  general,  each  library  in  those  categories  which  bears  a  proper, 
memorial  or  technical  name  and  is  not  clearl.y  identified  with  the  com- 
munity in  which  it  is  located  is  entered  here  under  the  first  word  of 
the  name.  Place  of  entry  in  the  directory  is  italicized. 

All  municipal  libraries  with  memorial  names  have  been  indexed.  For 
quick  reference,  all  county  free  libraries  and  county  law  libraries  are 
indexed,  unless  the  county  seat  and  county  have  the  same  name. 

A  few  libraries  with  geographical  names,  which  are  actually  located 
in  and  entered  in  the  directory  under  a  different  place,  are  indexed 
{i.e.,  Los  Angeles  Pierce  College  Library,  Woodland  Hills). 

The  index  also  includes  the  names  of  current  library  demonstration 
projects  supported  through  federal  funds  {i.e.  San  Joaquin  Valley  In- 
formation Service). 

Distinctively  named  departmental  branches  of  university  and  college 
libraries  are  included,  but  the  index  does  not  cover  special  collections 
as  such. 

While  the  index  does  not  attempt  a  subject  approach,  a  few  general 
finding  references  are  used.  Armed  forces  installation  libraries  are 
listed  together  under  U.S.  Armed  Forces,  and  are  individually  indexed 
by  memorial  name,  as  needed. 

The  use  of  inverted  headings  is  limited.  Colleges  and  universities, 
other  than  the  University  of  California  and  the  University  of  Southern 
California,  have  been  entered  under  the  significant  word  {i.e.,  Siskiyous, 
College  of  the).  Punctuation  will  indicate  inversion;  the  entry  word 
in  the  main  directory  follows  the  semicolon.  Multiple  entries  have  been 
made  for  a  few  libraries  with  proper  or  memorial  names,  when  usage 
seemed  to  warrant  this  {i.e.,  Henry  E.  Huntington  and  Huntington; 
Henry  E.). 


A.  K.  Smiley  Public  Library,  Redlands 

Academy  of  Motion  Picture  Arts  & 
Sciences  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Advertising  &  Marlvet  Research  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Aerojet-General  Corp.,  Engineering  Li- 
brary, Boicney 

Aerojet-General  Corp.,  Technical  Li- 
brary, Sacramento 

Aeronutronic  Library,  Division  of  Ford 
Motor  Co.,  Newport  Beach 

Agnews  State  Hospital  Libraries,  *S'«7i 
Jose 

Airesearch  Manufacturing  Div. ;  Gar- 
rett Corp.,  Los  Angeles 

Alameda  Co.  Free  Library,  Hayioard 

Alameda  Co.  Law  Library,  Oakland 

Alameda  Co.  Medical  Library,  Oakland 

Alameda  Co.  Planning  Dept.  Staff  Li- 
brary, Hayivard 

Alameda  Co.  State  College  Library, 
Haytcard 


Alcatraz ;  U.S.  Penitentiary,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Allan  Hancock  Jr.  College  Library, 
Santa  31  aria 

Alliance  Francaise  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Alma  College  Library,  Los  Gatos 

Alpine    Co.    Law    Library,    Markleeville 

Amador  Co.  Free  Library,  Jackson 

American  Merchant  Marine  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

American  Merchant  Marine  Library, 
San  Francisco 

American  Potash  &  Chemical  Corp.  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

American  River  Junior  College  Library, 
Sacramento 

American  Russian  Institute  Library, 
Son  Francisco 

Ames  Aeronautical  Laboratory  Library, 
Moffett  Field 


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Ampex  Corporation  Technical  Informa- 
tion Service  Library,  Redwood  City 

Anglo  California  National  Bank  Li- 
brary, Redwood  City 

Antelope  Valley  Jr.  College  Library, 
Lancaster 

Architecture  and  Allied  Arts  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Art  Center  School  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Asia  Foundation  Library,  Sari  Fran- 
cisco 

Athearn,  Chandler,  &  Hoffman  Law  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

Atomic  Energy  Project ;  University  of 
California,  Los  Angeles,  Los  Angeles 

Atomics  International  Technical  Li- 
brary, Canoga  Park 

Bacon  Foundation,  The  Francis  Baker 
Library ;  Francis,  Claremont 

Baker  Branch  Library ;  U.S.  Army. 
Fort,  San  Francisco 

Bancroft  Library ;  University  of  Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley 

Bank  of  America  Law  Library,  San 
Francisco 

Bank  of  America  Reference  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Barlow  Sanatorium,  Elks  Tuberculosis 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Bay  Area  Air  Pollution  Control  District 
Library,  San  Francisco 

Beale  Air  Force  Base  Library ;  U.S., 
Marysville 

Bechtel  Corporation  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Beckman  Instruments  Research  Li- 
brary,  Fullerton 

Belt  Library  of  Vinciana  ;  University  of 
California,  Los  Angeles,  Los  Angeles 

Bendix  Aviation  Corp.  Technical  Li- 
brary, North  Hollywood 

Bethlehem  Pacific  Coast  Steel  Corpora- 
tion, San  Francisco 

Biola  College  Library,  La  Mirada 

Blanchard,  Memorial  Library ;  Dean 
Hobbs,  Santa  Paula 

Bohemian  Club  Library,  San  Francisco 

Braille  Institute  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Branner  Geological  Library ;  Stanford 
University,  Stanford 

Braun  &  Co.,  Reference  Library ;  C.  F., 
Alhamhra 

British  Information  Services  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Bruggemeyer  Memorial  Library,  Mon- 
terey Park 

Buckley  Library ;  U.S.  Naval  Post- 
graduate School,  Monterey 

Bureau  of  Government  Research  Li- 
brary ;  University  of  California,  Los 
Angeles,  Los  Angeles 

Bureau  of  Public  Administration  Li- 
brary ;      University      of      California, 


Burk  Library ;  San  Francisco  State 
College  Library ;  Frederic,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Burroughs  Corporation,  Electrodata  Di- 
vision Library,  Pasadena 

Butte  Co.  Free  Library,  Oroville 

Butte  Co.  Law  Library,  Oroville 

C.  F.  Braun  &  Co.  Reference  Library, 
Alhamira 

Calaveras  Co.  Free  Library,  San  An- 
dreas 

Calaveras  Co.  Law  Library,  San  An- 
dreas 

California  Academy  of  Sciences  Library, 
San  Francisco 

California  Baptist  Theological  Semi- 
nary, Covina 

California  College  of  Arts  &  Crafts  Li- 
brary, Oakland 

California  College  of  Chiropody,  San 
Francisco 

California  Concordia  College  Library, 
Oakland 

California  Genealogical  Society  Library, 
San  Francisco 

California  Highway  Patrol  Academy  Li- 
brary, Sacramento 

California  Historical  Society  Library, 
San  Francisco 

California  Hospital  Circulating  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

California  Institute  of  Technology, 
Pasadena 

California  Institution  for  Men,  Ghino 

California  Maritime  Academy  Library, 
Vallejo 

California  Medical  Facility  Library, 
Vacaville 

California  Men's  Colony  Library,  San 
Luis  Oiispo 

California  Packing  Corp.,  Scientific  Re- 
search Dept.  Library,  San  Francisco 

California  Podiatry  College  Library, 
San  Francisco 

California  Research  Corporation  Li- 
brary, La  Halra 

California  Research  Corporation  Li- 
brary, Richmond 

California  School  for  the  Deaf  Li- 
brary, Berkeley 

California  Society,  Sons  of  the  Ameri- 
can Revolution,  San  Francisco 

California  Society,  Sons  of  the  Revolu- 
tion Library,  Los  Angeles 

California  State  Correctional  Training 
Facility  Libraries,  Soledad 

California  State  Library,  Sacramento 

California  State  Polytechnic  College  Li- 
brary, San  Litis  Ohispo 

California  State  Polytechnic  College, 
Kellogg-Voorhis  Campus,  Pomona 

California  State  Prison  at  Folsom,  Re- 
pressa 


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California  State  Prison-San  Quentin  Li- 
brary, Ban  Quentin 

California  State  School  for  the  Blind 
Library,  Berkeley 

California  Taxpayers  Association  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

California  Teachers  Association  Re- 
search Information  Center  Library, 
Biirlingame 

California-Western  States  Life  Insur- 
ance Co.  Library,  Sacramento 

California  Western  University  Library, 
San  Diego 

Carnation  Research  Laboratories  Li- 
brary, Van  Nuys 

Castle  Air  Force  Base  Library ;  U.S., 
Merced 

Catholic  Library  of  San  Francisco ; 
Donahue  Library,  San  Francisco 

Cedars  of  Lebanon  Hospital  Medical  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Cerritos   Jr.   College   Library,   Nonvalk 

Chabot  Observatory  Library,  Oakland 

Chaffey  College  Library,  Alta  Loma 

Chapman  College  Library,  Orange 

Charles  R.  Hadley  Co.  Systems  Re- 
search Dept.  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Chemical  Library  Service,  Berkeley 

Children's  Hospital  of  Los  Angeles  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Chinese  World  Library,  San  Francisco 

Chouinard  Art  Institute  Library,  Los 
Angeles 

Church  Divinity  School  of  the  Pacific 
Library,  Berkeley 

Citrus  College  Library,  Aawsa 

Citrus  Research  Center  &  Agricultural 
Experiment  Station  Library,  of  the 
University  of  California,  Riverside 

Claremont  Graduate  School,  see  Associ- 
ated Colleges,   Claremont 

Claremont  Men's  College,  see  Associated 
Colleges,  Claremont 

Clark  Memorial  Library ;  University  of 
California,  Los  Angeles,  William  An- 
drews, Los  Angeles 

Cogswell  Polytechnical  College  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Colorado  River  Board  of  California  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Columbia  Pictures  Corp.,  Research 
Dept.  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Commonwealth  Club  of  California  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

Consolidated  Electrodynamics  Corp.  Li- 
brary, Pasadena 

Continuing  Education  of  the  Bar ;  Uni- 
versity of  California,  University  Ex- 
tension, Berkeley 

Contra  Costa  College  Library,  San 
PaMo 

Contra  Costa  Co.  Free  Library,  Pleas- 
ant Hill 

Contra  Costa  County  Law  Library, 
Martinez 


Convair  Engineering  Library ;  General 
Dynamics  Corp.,  San  Diego 

Crocker-Anglo  National  Bank  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Cubberly  Education  Library ;  Stanford 
University,  Stanford 

Dalmo  Victor  Company  Technical  Li- 
brary, Belmont 

Daystron-Wianko  Engineering  Com- 
pany, Technical  Library,  Pasadena 

Dean  Hobbs  Blanchard  Memorial  Li- 
brary, Santa  Paula 

De  Forest  Research  Service  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Desert ;  College  of  the.  Palm  Desert 

Deuel  Vocational  Institution  Library, 
Tracy 

DeWitt  State  Hospital  Libraries,  Au- 
iurn 

de  Young  Museum,  Art  Reference  Li- 
brary ;  M.  H.,  San  Francisco 

Diablo  Valley  College  Library,  Concord 

Disney  Productions  Library  ;  Walt,  Bur- 
iank 

Doheny  Memorial  Library ;  St.  John's 
College,  Edward  L.,  Camarillo 

Dominican  College  of  San  Rafael  Li- 
brary, San  Rafael 

Donahue  Library  (Catholic  Library  of 
San  Francisco),  San  Francisco 

Door-Oliver,  Inc.  Library,  Oakland 

Douglas  Aircraft  Co.  Inc.,  Library, 
Santa  Monica 

Dow  Chemical  Co.  Library,  Pittsburg 

Edison  Co. ;  Southern  California,  Lg^s 
Angeles 

Edward  L.  Doheny  Memorial  Library ; 
St.  John's  College,  Camarillo 

El  Dorado  Co.  Free  Library,  Placerville 

El  Dorado  Co.  Law  Library,  Placerville 

Electronic  Technical  Institute  Library, 
Inglewood 

Elks  Tuberculosis  Library  ;  Barlow  Sani- 
torium,  Los  Angeles 

Elmer  Belt  Library  of  Vinciana ;  Uni- 
versity of  California,  Los  Angeles, 
Los  Angeles 

Fairview  State  Hospital,  Medical  Li- 
brary, Costa  Mesa 

Falconer  Biology  Library ;  Stanford 
University,  Stanford 

Farmers  Insurance  Group  Library,  Los 
Angeles 

Farrand,  Fisher  &  Farrand  Law  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Federal  Reserve  Bank  of  San  Francisco, 
Research  Library,  San  Francisco 

Feuehtwanger  Memorial  Library ;  Uni- 
versity of  Southern  California  Library, 
Los  Angeles 


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Fibreboard  Paper  Products  Corp.,  Re- 
search &  Development  Dept.,  Oak- 
land 

Fitzgerald,  Abbott  &  Beardsley  Law  Li- 
brary, Oakland 

Fleming  Library  ;  Berkeley  Baptist  Di- 
vinity School,  Sandford,  Berkeley 

Folsom ;  California  State  Prison  at, 
Repressa 

Food  Research  Institute  Library  ;  Stan- 
ford University,  Stanford 

Foote,  Cone,  &  Belding  Inc.  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Foothill  College  Library,  Los  Altos 
Hills 

Ford  Motor  Company ;  Aeronutronic 
Library,  Division  of,  Newport  Beach 

Francis  Bacon  Foundation ;  The  Fran- 
cis Bacon  Library,  Claremont 

Franciscan  Fathers'  Theological  Li- 
brary, Santa  Barbara 

Frederick  Burk  Library  ;  San  Francisco 
State  College  Library,  San  Francisco 

Fresno  State  College  Library ;  Bakers- 
field  Center,  Bakersfield 

Fuller  Theological  Seminary  Library, 
Pasadena 

Fulton  Memorial  Library ;  La  Sierra 
College,  Arlington 

Garret  W.  McEnerney  School  of  Law 
Library ;  University  of  California, 
Berkeley 

Garrett  Corp.  Airesearch  Manufactur- 
ing Div.  Library,  Los  Angeles 

General  A.  W.  Vogdes  Library  of  Geol- 
ogy &  Paleontology  ;  Natural  History 
Museum  Library,  San  Diego 

General  Atomic  Division  Library ;  Gen- 
eral Dynamics  Corp.,  San  Diego 

General  Dynamics-Convair  Engineering 
Library,  San  Diego 

General  Dynamics  Corp.,  General  Atomic 
Division  Library,  San  Diego 

General  Electric  Company,  Atomic 
Power  Equipment  Dept.  Library,  San 
Jose 

General  Electric  Traveling  Wave  Tube 
Section  Technical  Library,  Palo  Alto 

General  Petroleum  Corp.  of  California 
Technical  Library,  Los  Angeles 

General  Precision,  Inc.,  Librascope  Di- 
vision, Engineering  Library,  Glendale 

George  Air  Force  Base  Library;  U.S., 
Victorville 

George  Pepperdine  College  Library,  Los 
Angeles 

Giannini  Foundation  of  Agricultural 
Economics  Library ;  University  of 
California,  Berkeley 

Gibson,  Dumm  &  Crutcher  Law  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Glenn  Co.  Free  Library,  Willows 

Glenn  Co.  Law  Library,  WillGnvs 


Goethe  Memorial  Library  of  Religious 
Education ;   Mary   Glide,   Sacramento 

Golden  Gate  Baptist  Theological  Sem- 
inary, Mill  Valley 

Golden  Gate  College  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Goodman  Library,  Napa 

Grand  Central  Rocket  Co.,  Technical 
Library,  Redlands 

Grizzly  Bear  Club  Library  (Formerly 
Native  Sons  Library),  San  Francisco 

Grossmont  College  Library,  Spring  Val- 
ley 

Gutman  Library  of  the  Sacramento  Co. 
Society  for  Medical  Improvement ; 
Paul  H.,  Sacramento 

Hadley  Co.,  Systems  Research  Dept. 
Library ;  Charles  R.,  Los  Angeles 

Hancock  Foundation  Library ;  Univer- 
sity of  Southern  California  Library, 
Las  Angeles 

Hancock  Library  of  Biology  &  Oceanog- 
raphy ;  University  of  Southern  Cali- 
fornia, Los  Angeles 

Harrison  Memorial  Library,  Carmel 

Hartnell  College  Library,  Salinas 

Harvey  Mudd  College,  see  Associated 
Colleges,  Claremont 

Hastings  College  of  the  Law  Library 
(University  of  California),  Sf aw. Fran- 
cisco 

Helms  Athletic  Foundation  Library,  Los 
Angeles 

Henry  E.  Huntington  Library  &  Art 
Gallery  Library,  San  Marino 

Herbert  Kraft  Free  Public  Library,  Red 
Bluff 

Hewlett-Packard  Co.  Technical  Library, 
Palo  Alto 

Hexcel  Products  Technical  Library, 
Berkeley 

Historical  Society  of  Southern  Califor- 
nia ;  Los  Angeles  County  Museum 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Hoffman  Electronics  Corp.  Technical 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Holy  Names  Library ;  College  of,  Oak- 
land 

Honnold  Library ;  Associated  Colleges, 
ClaremG-nt 

Hoose  Library  of  Philosophy ;  Univer- 
sity of  Southern  California  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Hoover  Institution  on  War,  Revolution 
&  Peace ;  Stanford  University,  Stan- 
ford 

Hopkins  Marine  Station  Library,  Pacific 
Orove 

Hopkins  Transportation  Library ;  Stan- 
ford University,  Stanford 

Hughes  Aircraft  Co.,  Culver  City  Li- 
brary, Culver  City 

Humboldt  Co.  Free  Library,  Eureka 


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Humboldt  Co.  Law  Library,  Eureka 
Humboldt  Co.  Medical  Association  Li- 
brary, Eureka 
Humboldt  State  College  Library,  Areata 
Humphreys  College  Library,  Stockton 
Huntington  Library  &  Art  Gallery  Li- 
brary ;  Henry  E.,  San  Marino 
Huntington  Memorial  Hospital,  Medical 

Library,  Pasadena 
Hyland  Laboratories  Library,  Los  An- 
geles 

IBM   Advanced    Systems   Dept.   &   Re- 
search Library,  San  Jose 
Immaculate  Heart  College  Library,  Los 


Imperial  Co.  Free  Library,  El  Centro 
Imperial  Co.  Law  Library,  El  Centro 
Industrial  Indemnity  Co.  Library,  San 

Francisco 
Institute  of  Aeronautical  Science ;   Pa- 
cific  Aeronautical   Library,   Los   An- 
geles 
Institute   of   Aeronautical    Sciences   Li- 
brary, San  Diego 
Institute    of    Transportation    &    Trafiic 
Engineering ;    University    of    Califor- 
nia, Richmond 
Insurance   Underwriters  Association   of 

the  Pacific,  San  Francisco 
International  Longshoremen's  &  Ware- 
housemen's Union  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco 
Inyo  Co.  Free  Library,  Independence 
Inyo  Co.  Law  Library,  Independence 
Irwin  Post  Library  ;  U.S.  Fort,  Barstow 

Jackson  Library  of  Business ;  Stanford 
University,  Stanford 

James  G.  Prosser  Library ;  Western 
Personnel  Institute,  Pasadena 

Jet  Propulsion  Laboratory  Library, 
Pasadena 

Jewish  Community  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Judaism,  Tannenbaum  Memorial  Li- 
brary ;  University  of,  Los  Angeles 

Junipero  Serra  Museum  Library ;  San 
Diego  Historical   Society,   San  Diego 

Kaiser  Foundation  Hospital  Medical 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Kaiser  Foundation  School  of  Nursing 
Library,  Oakland 

Kaiser-Oakland  Foundation  Hospital 
Medical  Library,  Oakland 

Kaiser  Steel  Corporation  Library,  Fon- 
tana 

Kern  Co.  Free  Library,  Bakersfield 

Kern  Co.  General  Hospital  Medical  Li- 
brary, Bakersfield 

Kern  Co.  Health  Dept.  Library,  Bakers- 
field 

Kern  Co.  Law  Library,  Bakersfield 


Kings  Co.  Free  Library,  Hanford 
Kings  Co.  Law  Library,  Hanford 
Kraft    Free    Public    Library ;    Herbert, 

Red  Bluff 
Krakowski    Memorial    Library ;     Sarah 

Cecilia,  Pasadena 
Kyser    Medical    Library,    Saint    John's 

Hospital,  Santa  Monica 

Lane  Medical  Library ;  Stanford  Uni- 
versity, Stanford 

Langley  Porter  Neuropsychiatric  Insti- 
tute Library,  San  Francisco 

Lassen  Co.  Free  Library,  Susanville 

Lassen  Co.  Law  Library,  Susanville 

Lassen  Jr.  College  Library,  Susanville 

Lawrence  Radiation  Laboratory,  Liver- 
more 

Lenkurt  Electric  Library,  San  Carlos 

Letterman  General  Hospital  Medical 
Library ;  U.S.  Army,  San  Francisco 

Letterman  General  Hospital  Post  & 
Patients  Library ;  U.S.  Army,  San 
Francisco 

Library  of  Vehicles,  Garden  Grove 

Librascope  Division,  see  General  Preci- 
sion, Inc.,  Glendale 

Lick  Observatory  Library  of  the  Univer- 
sity of  California,  Mount  Hamilton 

Lockheed  Missiles  &  Space  Co.,  Techni- 
cal Information  Center,  Palo  Alto 

Lockheed-California  Company  Engineer- 
ing Library  (Lockheed  Aircraft), 
Burhank 

Lockheed  Aircraft  Corp.,  Missiles  & 
Space  Division,  Vun  Nuys 

Loeb  &  Loeb  Law  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Lookout  Mountain  Air  Force  Station ; 
U.S.  Air  Force  Technical  Library, 
1352d  Motion  Picture  Squadron,  Los 
Angeles 

Los  Angeles  Baptist  College  &  Seminary 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Los  Angeles  College  of  Chiropractic  Li- 
brary, Glendale 

Los  Angeles  County  Harbor  General 
Hospital,   Medical    Library,    Torrance 

Los  Angeles  Harbor  College  Library, 
Wilmington 

Los  Angeles  Pierce  College  Library, 
Woodland  Hills 

Los  Angeles  State  &  County  Arboretum 
Library,  Arcadia 

Los  Angeles  Valley  College  Library, 
Van  Nuys 

Loyola  University  Law  School  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Loyola  University  of  Los  Angeles  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Luce,  Forward,  Hamilton,  &  Scripps 
Law  Library,  San  Diego 


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M-G-M  Research  Dept.  Library,  Culver 
City 

M.  H.  de  Young  Museum,  Art  Reference 
Library,  San  Francisco 

MacArthur  Post  Library ;  U.S.  Army, 
Fort,  Los  Angeles 

MacArthur  Library  System;  U.S.  Army, 
Fort,  San  Pedro 

McCann-Erickson,  Inc.  Library,  San 
Francisco 

McCutchen,  Doyle,  Brown  &  Enersen 
Law  Library,  San  Francisco 

McEnerney  School  of  Law  Library ; 
University  of  California,  Garret  W., 
Berkeley 

McGeorge  College  of  Law  Library, 
Sacramento 

McHenry  Public  Library,  Modesto 

Marin ;    College    of.    Library,    Kentfield 

Marin  Co.  Free  Library,  San  Rafael 

Marin  Co.  Law  Library,  San  Rafael 

Mariposa  Co.  Free  Library,  Merced 

Mary  Glide  Goethe  Memorial  Library 
of  Religious  Education,  Sacramento 

Marymount  College  Library,  Palos 
Verdes  Estates 

Mary's  Help  College  of  Nursing  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

Mason  Post  Library ;  U.S.  Army,  Fort, 
San  Francisco 

Masonic  Library  of  Southern  California, 
Los  Angeles 

Mechanics'  Institute  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Mendocino  County  Library  Demonstra- 
tion, ZJkiah 

Mendocino  State  Hospital  Medical  Li- 
brary, Talmage 

Mercy  College  of  Nursing  Library,  San 
Diego 

Mercy  Hospital  Library,  San  Diego 

Methodist  Historical  Society,  Los  An- 
geles, see  Southern  California  School 
of  Theology  Librarj%  Claremont 

Metropolitan  Life  Insurance  Co.,  San 
Francisco 

Metropolitan  State  Hospital  Medical 
Library,  Norwalk 

Mills  College  Library,  Oakland 

Mitchell  Memorial  Library ;  Travis  Air 
Force  Base  ;  U.S.,  Fairfield 

Modoc  Co.  Free  Library,  Alturas 

Modoc  Co.  Law  Library,  Alturas 

Mono  Co.  Free  Library,  Independence 

Monterey  Co.  Free  Library,  Salinas 

Monterey  Co.  Law  Library,  Salinas 

Monterey-Fresno  Diocesan  Library, 
Frestio 

Morrison,  Foerster,  HoUoway,  Shuman 
&  Clark  Law  Library,  San  Francisco 

Motion  Picture  Research  Council,  Inc. 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Mount  St.  Mary's  College  Library,  Los 


Mount     Wilson     Observatory     Library, 
Pasadena 

Napa  State  Hospital,  Imola 

National  Cash  Register  Co.,  Electronics 

Division  Library,  Hawthorne 
Natural  History  Museum  Library,  San 


Nelson  Memorial  Library  ;  Pacific  Union 
College,  W.  E.,  Angwin 

Neuropsychiatric  Institute  of  the  State 
Department  of  Mental  Hygiene  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Newman  Hall  Library,  Berkeley 

Norair  Technical  Information  Unit  Li- 
brary, Haivthorne 

North  American  Aviation  Inc.  Engi- 
neering Library,  Ingleivood 

North  American  Aviation,  Space  &  In- 
formation Systems  Division  Technical 
Information  Library,  Downey 

North  Bay  Cooperative  Library  System, 
Santa  Rosa 

North  Island  Library ;  U.S.  Naval  Air 
Station,  San  Diego 

Northrop  Corp. ;  Nortronics,  Systems 
Support,  Div.  of,  Anaheim 

Northrup  Institute  of  Technology,  Ingle- 
wood 

Norton  Air  Force  Base ;  U.S.  Air  Force 
San  Bernardino  Air  Materiel  Area 
Library,  San  Bernardino 

Nortronics,  Systems  Support,  A  Divi- 
sion of  Northrop  Corp.  Library,  Ana- 
heim 

Notre  Dame ;  College  of.  Library,  Bel- 
mont 

Nutrilite  Products  Library,  Buena  Park 

Occidental  College  Library,  Los  Angeles 
Oceanside-Carlsbad      College      Library, 

Oakland 
Old  Mission  Library,  Santa  Barlara 
O'Melveny  &  Myers  Law  Library,  Los 

Angeles 
Orange    Coast    College    Library,    Costa 

Mesa 
Orange  Co.  Law  Library,  Santa  Ana 
Orange  County  State  College,  Fullerton 
Ord  Library  System,  Presidio  of  Mon- 
terey Branch ;  U.S.  Army,  Fort,  Mon- 
terey 
Osteopathic  Phyiscians  &  Surgeons  Li- 
brary ;  College  of,  Los  Angeles 
Otis  Art  Institute,  Los  Angeles 
Our  Lady  of  Light  Library,  Santa  Bar- 
bara 
Our  Lady  of  Mercy  Library ;  College  of. 
Auburn 

Pacific  Aeronautical  Library,  Institute 
of  Aeronautical  Science,  Los  Angeles 

Pacific  Bible  Seminary  Library,  Long 
Beach 

Pacific  College  Library,  Fresno 


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Pacific  Gas  &  Electric  Co.  Law  Library, 
8an  Francisco 

Pacific  Gas  &  Electric  Co.  Library,  San 
Francisco 

Pacific  Lutheran  Theological  Seminary 
Library,  Berkeley 

Pacific  School  of  Religion  Library, 
Berkeley 

Pacific   State   Hospital,   Pomona 

Pacific  Telephone  &  Telegraph  Co.  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Pacific  Telephone  &  Telegraph  Co.  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

Pacific-Union  Club  Library,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Pacific  Union  College,  W.  E.  Nelson 
Memorial  Library,   Angwin 

Pacific ;  University  of  the,  Library, 
Stockton 

Palestine  Institute  Library ;  Pacific 
School  of  Religion,  Berkeley 

Palomar   College    Library,    San  Marcos 

Palo  Verde  Junior  College  Library, 
Blythe 

Palo  Verde  Valley  District  Library, 
Blythe 

Paramount  Pictures  Corp.,  Research  Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 

Parsons  Company,  Research  &  Develop- 
ment  Library ;   Ralph   W.,   Pasadena 

Pastoral  Counseling  Center  Library, 
Pasadena  ;  Southern  California  School 
of  Theology  Library,  Claremont 

Paul  H.  Gutman  Library  of  the  Sacra- 
mento Co.  Society  for  Medical  Im- 
provement,  Sacramento 

Paulist  Library,  San  Francisco 

Pendelton  ;  U.S.  Marine  Corps  Base  Li- 
brary, Camp,   Oceanside 

Pendleton ;  U.S.  Naval  Hospital  Li- 
brary, Oceanside 

Pepperdine  College  Library ;  George, 
Los  Angeles 

Philatelic  Research  Society  Library, 
Oakland 

Philco  Western  Development  Labora- 
tories Library,  Palo  Alto 

Philosophical  Research  Society,  Inc. 
Library,  Los  Angeles 

Physicians  &  Surgeons ;  College  of.  Li- 
brary. School  of  Dentistry,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Placer  Co.  Free  Library,  Auiurn 

Placer   Co.   Law   Library,   Auhurn 

Plumas  Co.  Free  Library,  Quincy 

Plumas  Co.  Law  Library,  Quincy 

Polk  &  Co.  of  California;  R.  L.,  Los 
Angeles 

Tomona  College,  see  Associated  Col- 
leges,   Claremont 

Presidio  of  Monterey  Branch ;  U.S. 
Army.  Fort  Ord  Library  System, 
Monterey 

Presidio  of  San  Francisco  Post  Li- 
brary ;  U.S.  Army,  San  Francisco 


Press  &  Union  League  Club  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Prosser  Library ;  Western  Personnel 
Institute,  James  G.,  Pasadena 

Prudential  Insurance  Co.  of  America, 
Business,  Recreation  &  Field  Man- 
agement Libraries,  Los  Angeles 

Queen  of  Angeles  Hospital  School  of 
Nursing  Library,  Los  Angeles 

Queen  of  the  Holy  Rosary  College  Li- 
brary, Mission  San  Jose 

R.  L.  Polk  &  Co.  of  California,  Los 
Angeles 

RadclifPe  Memorial  Library ;  Loma 
Linda  University,  Vernier,  Loma 
Linda 

Radiation  Laboartory  Library  ;  Univer- 
sity of  California,  Berkeley 

Ralph  W.  Parsons  Company  Research 
&  Development   Library,  Pasadena 

Ramo-Wooldridge  Library,  a  division 
of  Thompson,  Inc.,  Canoga  Park 

Rancho  Santa  Ana  Botanic  Garden  Li- 
brary, Claremont 

Rand  Corporation  Library,  Santa  Mon- 
ica 

Reedley  College  Library,  Fresno 

Rees-Stealy  Medical  Clinic  Library, 
San  Diego 

Rheem  Manufacturing  Co.  Research  & 
Development  Laboratory  Library, 
Downey 

Richfield  Oil  Corporation,  Economic  Re- 
search Library,  Los  Angeles 

Richfield  Oil  Corporation,  Law  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Richfield  Oil  Corporation,  Research  & 
Development  Library,  Anaheim 

Richfield  Oil  Corporation,  Technical  Li- 
brary, Wilmington 

Riker  Laboratories,  Inc.  Library,  North- 
ridge 

Robertshaw-Fulton  Control  Co.,  Aero- 
nautical Division,  Technical  Library, 
Anaheim 

Rodman  Library,  U.S.  Navy,  Mare  Is- 
land 

Rodman  Naval  Center  Library ;  U.S., 
Mare  Island 

Rosicrucian  Research  Library,  San 
Jose 

Ryan  Aeronautical  Co.  Engineering  Li- 
brary, San  Diego 

SafeAvay    Stores,    Inc.    Library    Dept., 

Oakland 
St.  Alberts  College  Library,  Oakland 
St.     Andrews     Society     Library,     San 

Francisco 
St.  John's  College  Library,  Camarillo 
Saint    John's   Hospital    Kyser   Medical 

Library,  Santa  Monica 
St.  Joseph's  College  Library,  Mountain 

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St.    Luke's    Hospital    Medical    Library, 

San  Francisco 
St.  Mary's  Libraries,  8an  Francisco 
St.  Patrick's   Seminary   Library,  Menlo 

Park 
St.    Thomas    Aquinas    Library,    Sacra- 
mento 
St.    Vincent's    College    of    Nursing    Li- 
brary, Los  Angeles 
San  Benito  College  Library,  HolUster 
San  Benito  Co.  Free  Library,  Hollister 
San  Benito  Co.  Law  Library,  Hollister 
San  Fernando  Valley  State  College  Li- 
brary, Northridge 
San     Francisco     Theological     Seminary 

Library,   San  Anselmo 
San  Joaquin  Co.  Free  Library,  Stockton 
San  Joaquin  Co.  Law  Library,  Stockton 
San    Joaquin    General   Hospital    School 

of  Nursing  Library,   French   Camp 
San  Joaquin  Pioneer  Museum  &  Haggin 

Art  Galleries  Library,  Stockton 
San    .Joaquin    Valley    Information    Ser- 
vice, Fresno 
San  Mateo  Co.  Free  Library,  Belmont 
San  Mateo  Co.  Law  Library,  Redicood 

City 
Sandford     Fleming     Library,     Berkeley 

Baptist  Divinity  School,  Berkeley 
Santa  Barbara  College  Library  ;  Univer- 
sity   of    California,    Goleta 
Santa    Clara    Co.    Free    Library,    San 

Jose 
Santa   Clara   Co.   Hospital  Medical  Li- 
brary, San  Jose 
Santa  Clara  Co.  Law  Library,  San  Jose 
Sarah   Cecilia  Krakowski  Memorial  Li- 
brary, Pasadena 
Scottish  Rite  of  Free  Masonry  Library, 

San  Francisco 
Scripps   College   Library,    Claremont 
Scripps  Institute  of  Oceanography   Li- 
brary ;   University  of  California,   San 
Diego,  La  J  oil  a 
Scripps    Metabolic    Clinic    Library,    La 

Jolla 
Security-First  National  Bank  Research 

Dept.   Library,   Los  Angeles 
Sequoias ;    College   of  the,   Library,   Vi- 

salia 
Sharp    General    Depot    Post    Library ; 

U.S.  Army,  Lathrop 
Shasta  College  Library,  Redding 
Shasta    Co.    Free    Library,    Redding 
Shasta  Co.  Law  Library,  Redding 
Shell  Agricultural  Laboratory   Library, 

3Iodesto 
Shell    Development    Company    Library, 

Eme7-yville 
Shell    Oil    Company    Research    Library, 

Martinez 
Sierra    Club   Library,    San   Francisco 
Sierra  College  Library,  Rocklin 
Sierra  Co.  Free  Library,  Quincy 


Sierra  Co.  Law  Library,  Downieville 
Simpson    Bible     College    Library,    San 

Francisco 
Siskiyou   Co.   Free   Library,   Yreka 
Siskiyou  Co.  Law  Library,  Yreka 
Siskiyous  ;  College  of  the,  Weed 
Smiley  Public  Library  ;  A.  K.,  Redlands 
Society  of  California  Pioneers  Library, 

San  Francisco 
Society   of   Mayflower   Descendants   Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 
Solano  Co.  Free  Library,  Fairfield 
Solano  Co.  Law  Library,  Fairfield 
Solar  Aircraft  Company,  San  Diego 
Sonoma  Co.  Free  Library,  Santa  Rosa 
Sonoma  Co.  Law  Library,  Santa  Rosa 
Sonoma  State  College  Library,  Cotati 
Sonoma    State    Hospital    Library,    El- 

dridge 
Sons  of  the  American  Revolution ;  Cali- 
fornia Society,  San  Francisco 
Sons  of  the  Revolution  Library ;   Cali- 
fornia Society,  Los  Angeles 
Southern    California    College    Library, 

Costa  Mesa 
Southern    California    Edison    Co.,    Los 

Angeles 
Southern  California  School  of  Theology 

Library,  Claremont 
Southern  Pacific  Library,  San  Francisco 
Southern  Pacific  General  Hospital  Medi- 
cal Library,  San  Francisco 
Southwest    Museum    Library,    Los    An- 


Southwestern  College  Library,  Chula 
Vista 

Southwestern  University  Law  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Standard  Oil  Company  of  California 
Library,  San  Franisco 

Stanford  Research  Institute  Library, 
Menlo  Park 

Stanford  Research  Institute  Library, 
South  Pasadena 

Stanislaus  Co.  Free  Library,  Modesto 

Stanislaus  Co.  Law  Library,  Modesto 

Stanislaus  State  College  Library,  Tur- 
lock 

Starr  King  School  for  the  Ministry  Li- 
brary, Berkeley 

State  Chamber  of  Commerce  Library, 
San  Francisco 

State  Auditor-General  Library,  Sacra- 
mento 

State  Board  of  Equalization  Law  Li- 
brary, Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Agriculture,  Sacra- 
mento 

State  Department  of  Education  Curricu- 
lum Laboratory  Library,  Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Finance  Library, 
Sacramento 

State  Division  of  Mines  Library,  San 
Francisco 


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State  Department  of  Fish  and  Game 
and  Department  of  Natural  Resources 
Library,  Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Mental  Hygiene  ; 
Neuropsychiatric  Institute  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

State  Department  of  Public  Works.  Law 
Library,  Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Public  Works.  Di- 
vision of  Highways,  Bridge  Dept., 
Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Public  Works.  Di- 
vision of  Highways,  Materials  and 
Research  Dept.  Library,  Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Public  Works.  Di- 
vision of  Highways,  Planning  Survey 
Library,  Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Social  Welfare, 
Sacramento 

State  Department  of  Water  Resources, 
Law  and  Engineering  Library,  Sacra- 
mento 

State  Federation  of  Labor  Research  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

State  Legislative  Budget  Committee  Li- 
brary, Sacramento 

State  Legislative  Counsel  Library,  Sac- 
ramento 

Stuart  Company  Library,  Pasadena 

Sunkist  Growers,  Inc.,  Research  Dept. 
Library,  Ontario 

Sunset  Magazine  Reference  Library, 
Menlo  Park 

Supreme  Court  of  California  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Sutro  Library,  California  State  Library, 
San  Francisco 

Sutter  Co.  Free  Library,  Yuha  City 

Sutter  Co.  Law  Library,  Yula  City 

Swedish  Society  of  San  Francisco  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

Sylvania  Electronic  Defense  Labora- 
tories Library,  Mountain  View 

Tahoe-Truckee  Community  Center  Li- 
brary, Truckee 

Tannenbaum  Memorial  Library ;  The 
University  of  Judaism,  Los  Angeles 

Technicolor  Corp.  Research  Library, 
Burhank 

Tehama  Co.  Free  Library,  Red  Bluff 

Tehama  Co.  Law  Library,  Red  Bluff 

Theosopical  Society,  San  Francisco 
Lodge  Library,  San  Francisco 

Thompson,  Inc.,  see  Ramo-Wooldridge 
Library,  Canoga  Park 

Tidewater  Associated  Oil  Co.  Research 
and  Development  Dept.  Library,  As- 
sociated 

Tracerlab,  Inc.,  Richmond 

Travis  Air  Force  Base;  U.S.  Mitchell 
Memorial  Library,  Fairfield 

Treasure  Island  ;  U.S.  Naval  Station  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 


Trinity  Co.  Free  Library,  Weaverville 
Trinity  Co.  Law  Library,  Weaverville 
Tulare  Co.  Free  Library,  Visalia 
Tulare  Co.  Law  Library,  Visalia 
Tuolumne  Co.  Free  Library,  Sonora 
Tuolumne  Co.  Law  Library,  Sonora 
Turco  Products  Inc.,  Technical  Library, 

Wilmington 
Twentieth   Century-Fox   Film   Co.,   Re- 
search Library,  Los  Angeles 

United  Air  Lines   Training  Center  Li- 
brary, South  San  Francisco 

U.S.    Armed    forces    installation    li- 
braries 
Air  Force 

U.S.  Air  Force  Library,  Hamilton 
Field 

U.S.  Air  Force,  San  Bernardino  Air 

Material  Area  Library.  Norton  Air 
Force  Base,  San  Bernardino 

U.S.  Air  Force  Technical  Library, 
1352d  Motion  Picture  Squadron, 
Lookout  Mountain  Air  Force  Sta- 
tion, Los  Angeles 

U.S.  Air  Force  2347th  AFRTC  Li- 
brary, Long  Beach 

U.S.  Beale  Air  Force  Base  Library, 
Marysville 

U.S.  Castle  Air  Force  Base  Library, 
Merced 

U.S.  Edwards  Air  Force  Base  Li- 
brary, Edwards  Field 

U.S.  Fifteenth  Air  Force  Headquar- 
ters Library,  March  Field 

U.S.  George  Air  Force  Base  Library, 
Victorville 

U.S.  McClellan  Air  Force  Base; 
SMAMA  Library,  McClellan  Field 

U.S.  March  Air  Force  Base,  Post  and 
Technical  Library,  March  Field 

U.S.  Mather  Air  Force  Base  Library, 
Mather  Field 

U.S.  Mitchell  Memorial  Library,  Tra- 
vis Air  Force  Base,  Fairfield 

U.S.  Sixth  Air  Force  Reserve  Region 
Headquarters,  Western  Regional 
Reference  Library,  Hamilton  Field 

U.S.  Vandenberg  Air  Force  Base  Li- 
brary, Lompoc 

Army 

U.S.  Army  Branch  Disciplinary  Bar- 
racks Post  Library,  Lompoc 

U.S.  Army.  Fort  Baker  Branch  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

U.S.  Army.  Fort  Irwin  Post  Library, 
Barstow 

U.S.  Army.  Fort  Mason  Post  Library, 
San  Francisco 

U.S.  Army.  Fort  MacArthur  Library 
System,  San  Pedro 

U.S.  Army.  Fort  Ord  Library  System. 
Presidio  of  Monterey  Branch,  Mon- 
terey 


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U.S.  Army.  Fort  Ord  Library  System. 

Hospital  Branch  Library,  Fort  Ord 
U.S.  Army.  Fort  Ord  Library  System. 

Durham  Branch  Library,  Fort  Ord 
U.S.  Army.  Fort  Ord  Library  System, 

Fort  Ord 
U.S.     Army.     Fort     Winfield     Scott 

Branch  Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.  Army  Language  School,  Research 

Library,  Monterey 
U.S.  Army  Letterman  General  Hospi- 
tal Post  and  Patients  Library,  San 

Francisco 
U.S.  Army  Letterman  General  Hospi- 
tal Medical  Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.  Army.  Oakland  Army  Terminal 

Post  Library,  Oakland 
U.S.  Army.  Presidio  of  San  Francisco 

Post  Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.  Army.  Sharp  General  Depot  Post 

Library,  Lathrop 
U.S.   Army.   6th   U.S.   Army   Library 

and  Library  Depot,  San  Francisco 
U.S.    Army.     Transportation    Corps, 

Post  Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.   Army.   Two   Rock   Ranch   Post 

Library,  Petaluma 

Marine  Corps 

U.S.  Marine  Corps  Air  Station  Li- 
brary, El  Toro,  Santa  Ana 

U.S.  Marine  Corps  Recruit  Depot  Li- 
brary, San  Diego 

U.S.  Marine  Corps  Supply  Forward- 
ing Annex,  Special  Services  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 

Navy 

U.S.  Naval  Air  Station  Library, 
Point  Mugu 

U.S.  Naval  Air  Station,  Main  Bar- 
racks Library,  Alameda 

U.S.  Naval  Air  Station,  North  Island 
Library,  San  Diego 

U.S.  Naval  Civil  Engineering  Lab- 
oratory Library,  Port  Hueneme 

U.S.  Naval  Construction  Battalion 
Center  Library,  Port  Hueneme 

U.S.  Naval  Construction  Equipment 
Dept.  Library,  Port  Hueneme 

U.S.  Naval  Hospital  Library,  Oak- 
land 

U.S.  Naval  Hospital  Library.  Medical 
Library,  Oakland 

U.S.  Naval  Hospital  Medical  and  Sta- 
tion Libraries,  San  Diego 

U.S.  Naval  Ordnance  Laboratory  Li- 
brary, Corona 

U.S.  Naval  Ordnance  Test  Station 
Library,  China  Lake 

U.S.  Naval  Ordnance  Test  Station 
Library,  Technical  Library,  China 
Lake 

U.S.  Naval  Ordnance  Test  Station, 
Pasadena  Annex,  Technical  Li- 
brary, Pasadena 


U.S.  Naval  Postgraduate   School  Li- 
brary, Monterey 
U.S.  Naval  Radiological  Defense  Lab- 
oratory Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.   Naval    Schools,    Civil   Engineer 
Corps  OflBcers  Library,  Port  Hue- 
neme 
U.S.   Naval    Shipyard   Technical   Li- 
brary, Mare  Island 
U.S.  Naval  Station  Library,  Terminal 

Island,  Long  Beach 
U.S.  Naval  Station  Library,  Treasure 

Island,  San  Francisco 
U.S.   Naval   Supply  Center,   Library, 

Oakland 
U.S.  Naval  Supply  Center.  Industrial 
Relations      Department      Library, 
Oakland 
U.S.  Naval  Training  Center  Library, 

San  Diego 
U.S.  Navy  Electronics  Laboratory  Li- 
brary, San  Diego 
U.S.  Navy,   Eleventh  Naval  District 

Headquarters  Library,  San  Diego 
U.S.    Navy    Rodman    Library,    Mare 

Island 
U.S.  Navy  Training  School  Library, 

San  Francisco 
U.S.    Navy.    Twelfth    Naval   District 
Public  Works  Office,  Technical  Li- 
brary. Naval  District,   San  Bruno 
U.S.  Attorney's  Law  Library,  Los  An- 
geles 
U.S.   Bureau   of  Mines,   San  Francisco 
Petroleum  Research  Laboratory,  San 
Francisco 
U.S.  Bureau  of  Reclamation,  Regional 

Library,  Sacramento 
U.S.  Bureau  of  Reclamation,  Delta  Dis- 
trict Library,  Stockton 
U.S.   Circuit   Court  of  Appeals,   Ninth 

Circuit  Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.  Dept.  of  Agriculture,  Western  Re- 
gional Research  Library,  Albany 
U.S.  Dept.  of  Commerce,  Office  of  Field 

Services  Library,  San  Francisco 
U.S.  Geological  Survey  Library,  Menlo 

Park  Section,  Menlo  Park 
U.S.     Geological     Survey     Water     Re- 
sources Branch  Library,  Los  Angeles 
Universal  Pictures  Co.,   Inc.,  Research 

Dept.  Library,   Universal  City 
University  of  California,  San  Diego,  La 

Jolla 
University    of    California,    Santa    Bar- 
bara, Goleta 
University    of    California.    Citrus    Re- 
search   and   Agricultural   Experiment 
Station  Library,  Riverside 
University    of    California.    Institute    of 
Transportation  and  Traffic  Engineer- 
ing Library,  Richmond 
University  of  California  San  Francisco 
Medical   Center   Library,   San  Fran- 
cisco 


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University  of  California,  see  also  Berke- 
ley, Davis,  Los  Angeles,  Riverside 
and  San  Francisco 

University  of  Southern  California,  Los 
Angeles 

University  of  Southern  California, 
School  of  Dentistry,  Los  Angeles 

University  of  Southern  California, 
School  of  Law  Library,  Los  Angeles 

University  of  Southern  California, 
School  of  Medicine  Library,  Los  An- 
geles 

Vandenberg  Air  Force  Base  Library ; 
U.S.,  Lompoc 

Varian  Associates  Library,  Palo  Alto 

Vauclain  Home  Library,  Ban  Diego 

Vernier  RadclifEe  Memorial  Library ; 
Loma  Linda  University,  Loma  Linda 

Veterans  Administration  Libraries,  Fa- 
cilities see  Fresno,  Long  Beach,  Liv- 
ermore,  Los  Angeles,  Oakland,  Palo 
Alto,  San  Fernando,  8an  Francisco, 
Sepulveda 

Veterans  Administration  Regional  Ofl5ce 
Medical  Library,  San  Francisco 

Vogdes  Library  of  Geology  and  Paleon- 
tology ;  Natural  History  Museum  Li- 
brary, General  H.  W.,  San  Diego 

Van  KleinSmid  Library  of  World  Af- 
fairs ;  University  of  Southern  Cali- 
fornia, Los  Angeles 

W.  E.  Nelson  Memorial  Library ;  Pa- 
cific Union  College,  Angicin 

Walt  Disney  Productions  Library,  Bur- 
iank 

Wells  Fargo-American  Trust  Bank  Li- 
brary, San  Francisco 


Wells      Fargo      Bana-..^. ican      Trust 

Company,  History  Room,  San  Fran- 
cisco 

Welwood  Murray  Memorial  Library, 
Palm  Springs 

Western  Baptist  Bible  College  Library, 
El  Cerrito 

Western  Gear  Corporation  Engineering 
Library,  Lynivood 

Western  Jewish  Institute  Library,  Los 
Angeles 

Western  Pacific  Railroad  Co.,  Freight 
Traffic  Department  Library,  San 
Francisco 

Western  Personnel  Institute,  .James  G. 
Prosser  Library,  Pasadena 

Western  Oil  &  Gas  Association  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Western  Precipitation  Corp.  Library, 
Los  Angeles 

Westmont  College  Library,  Santa  Bar- 
iara 

White  Memorial  Medical  Library,  Loma 
Linda  University,  Los  Angeles 

Wine  Institute  Library,  San  Francisco 

Winfield  Scott  Branch  Library;  U.S. 
Army,  San  Francisco 

World  Affairs  Council  of  Northern  Cali- 
fornia Library,  San  Francisco 

World  Trade  Center  Libraries  of  the 
San  Francisco  World  Trade  Center 
Authority,  San  Francisco 

Yolo  Co.  Free  Library,  Woodland 
Yolo  Co.  Law  Library,  Woodland 
Y'uba  College  Libraries,  Marysville 


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CALIFORNIA  STATE 
LIBRARY  STAFF 

■  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh, 

State  Lihrarian 

m  Mrs.  Phyllis  I.  Dalton, 

Assistant  State  LibraTian 

■  Arlene  Hope,  Principal  Lihra- 

rian, Library  Consultant 
Services 
m  Florence  E.  Billet, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Shirley  Brother, 

Library  Consultant 
u  M.  Virginia  Hughes, 

Library  Consultant 
m  Margaret  J.  Ward, 

Library  Consultant 
u  Barbara  L.  Wynn, 

Library  Consultant 
m  Carleton  W.  Kenyon, 

Law  Librarian 
m  Constance  E.  Lee,  Principal 
Librarian,  Reader  Services 
m  Mrs.  Mabel  Chorley, 
Circidation  Section 

■  Richard  H.  Dillon, 

Sutro  Library 

■  Allan  R.  Ottley, 

California  Section 
u  Eugene  L.  Pike, 

Reference  Section 
m  Mary  E.  Schell,  Government 

Publications  Section 

■  Mrs.  Virginia  S.  Simpson, 

Books  for  the  Blind 
Section 

■  Melvin  C.  Oathout,  Principal 

Librarian,  Technical  Services 

■  Alexander  T.  Birrell, 

Catalog  Section 

■  Mrs.  Elisabeth  Bruno, 

Union  Catalog  Unit 

■  Mrs.  Hildur  E.  Howe, 

Processing  Center 

■  Edith  A.  Irwin, 

Periodicals  Section 
u  Thomas  J.  Brooks, 
P?-ocfc'ssmg  Center 

■  Margaret  E.  Preston, 

Order  Section 

■  Mrs.  Avis  Smith, 

Book  Repair  Section 

■  Harlo  Whipple,  Property 

and  Shipping  Section 

EDITOR:  Mrs.  Natalie  D.  Smith 

California  State  Library, 
P.  O.  Box  2037 
Sacramento  9 
Issued  quarterly  in  the  interest  of 
the   libraries  of  the  State  by  the 
California  State  Library. 
Entered    as    second-class    matter 
December   1913,  at  the  post  office 
at  Sacramento,  California,  under 
the  act  of  August  24,     1912. 
Accepted  for  mailing  at  the  spe- 
cial rate  of  postage  provided  for 
in   Section    1103,   Act  of   October 
3,  1917,  auth.  August  27,  1918. 


news  notes 
of 

California 
libraries 

Yol.  57,  No.  2,  Spring,  1962 


CONTENTS 

Affiliated   Libraries  in  California,  by 
Dorothy  Sinclair  

Borrowing   From   Other   Libraries,  by 
Carleton  Kenyon 


Page 
_  247 

_  281 


Note:  Abstracted  in  LIBRARY 
SCIENCE  ABSTRACTS 


printed  in  California  state  printing  office 


AFFILIATED  LIBRARIES  IN  CALIFORNIA 

By  DOROTHY  SINCLAIR 

Coordinator  of  Adult  Services 
Enoch  Pratt  Free  Library 
Baltimore,  Maryland 


(  247  ) 


248  NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFORNIA  LIBRAKIES 

CONTENTS 

Page 

Introduction 249 

I.  Materials  Supplied  to  Affiliated  Libraries 251 

II.  Services  Given  to  Affiliated  Libraries 253 

III.  Capital  Outlay  and  Contributions  to  Operating  Costs 255 

IV.  Cost  Factors  in  the  Affiliated  Relationship 256 

V.  Affiliation  as  a  Type  of  Library  System 261 

VI.  Relationships  Among  Librarians 265 

VII.  Librarians'  Evaluation  of  Affiliation 266 

VIII.  G-eographic  Considerations 270 

IX.  Summary  of  Findings  by  Type  of  Affiliate 271 

X.  Summary  of  Findings  by  Size  of  Affiliate 274 

XL      General  Conclusion 276 


TABLES 

Page 

I.  Affiliated  Libraries  by  Type  and  Population 250 

II.  Books  Provided  to  Affiliates  by  County 252 

III.  Circulation  of  County-Owned  Books  in  Affiliated  Libraries  253 

IV.  Services  Given  by  County  Libraries  to  Affiliates 254 

V.  Money  Payments  in  Affiliated  Relationships 255 

VI.  Other  Contributions  (Capital  and  Operating) 256 

VII.  Contracts  for  Affiliated  Library  Service 256 

VIII.  Knowledge  of  Arrangement  by  City  Officials 257 

IX.  Knowledge  of  Arrangement  by  General  Public 257 

X.  Does  Affiliated  Library  Get  Its  Money's  Worth?  Opinions 

of  City  and  County  Librarians 258 

XL         Service  Necessary  if  Affiliate  Were  a  Branch 260 

XII.  "System  Sentiment"  of  City  Librarians 262 

XIII.  Attendance  at  County  Meetings — City  Librarian  and  Staff  263 

XIV.  City  Librarians  Wishing  to  Change  Statistical  Listing 263 

XV.  Relationships   Among  Librarians 265 

XVI.  Professionally  Trained  Librarians  in  Affiliates 266 

XVII.  Chief  Problem  Met  by  City  Librarians 266 

XVIII.  Chief  Problem  Met  by  County  Librarians 267 

XIX.  Greatest  Advantage — Opinions  of  City  and  County 268 

XX.  Views  on  Desirability  of  Continuing  Relationship 269 

XXI.  Geographic  Distribution  of  Affiliated  Libraries 270 


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INTRODUCTION 


The  word  "affiliated"  has  a  special  meaning  when  applied  to  public 
libraries  in  California.  As  commonly  used  in  this  State,  and  as  used 
in  this  paper,  it  applies  to  a  specific  financial  relationship  between 
a  municipal  library  and  a  county  free  library.  A  municipal  library 
is  said  to  be  "affiliated"  when  residents  of  a  city  or  district  in  which 
the  library  is  located  pay  for  county  library  service  in  the  same  manner 
as  do  residents  of  the  unincorporated  area,  and  in  addition  support 
an  established  local  library.  An  affiliated  library  is  a  municipal  or  dis- 
trict library  in  every  legal  sense  of  the  word,  having  been  established 
by  the  duly  constituted  authorities.  It  is  also,  from  both  legal  and 
financial  viewpoints,  a  part  of  the  county  library  system.  The  term 
"affiliated"  as  used  here  does  not  apply  to  cities  or  districts  that  con- 
tract with  county  or  other  libraries  for  additional  services. 

At  the  time  this  study  was  made  there  were  40  affiliated  libraries  in 
the  State  of  California,  connected  with  18  county  library  systems.  Of 
the  18,  16  were  county  libraries  of  the  usual  type,  and  two  were  county- 
wide  systems  served  through  contract  with  municipal  libraries.  For 
purposes  of  this  study,  a  municipal  library  serving  a  whole  county 
directly  has  not  been  considered  to  be  an  affiliated  library. 

Historically,  there  are  three  ways  in  which  a  municipal  or  district 
library  may  become  affiliated  with  a  county  library.  First  and  most 
frequent  is  the  situation  in  which  the  municipal  library  existed  before 
the  formation  of  the  county  library  system.  Of  the  existing  40  affiliated 
libraries,  23  fall  into  this  category  and  will  be  referred  to  as  "prior" 
affiliates.  They  are  usually  found  in  cities  which  maintained  public 
libraries  for  some  years  before  the  foundation  of  the  county  library. 
At  the  time  of  the  development  of  county  libraries  in  California,  which 
took  place  chiefly  in  the  second  and  third  decades  of  this  century, 
these  libraries  cast  their  lot  with  the  newly  formed  larger  unit.  For 
one  reason  or  another,  however,  the  cities  and  districts  did  not  wish 
to  merge  altogether  into  the  new  system,  but  maintained  their  separate 
existence,  while  at  the  same  time  sharing  the  benefits  of  the  new 
service. 

Not  all  city  libraries  that  existed  before  the  coming  of  the  county 
library  movement  made  this  decision.  A  number  disestablished  their 
own  libraries  and  cast  their  lot  completely  with  the  new  county  service. 
A  few  others  became  affiliated  during  the  early  stages  of  the  county 
library,  but  gradually  merged  into  the  county  system.  Some  have 
remained  independent. 


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A  second  manner  in  which  an  affiliated  library  may  come  into  exist- 
ence is  through  the  development  of  self -consciousness  in  a  growing  city 
or  community  previously  served  as  a  branch  of  a  county  free  library. 
The  newly  incorporated  or  larger  city  wishes  to  add  additional  library 
services  to  those  it  receives  from  the  county  system.  While  not  wanting 
to  withdraw  altogether,  it  establishes  a  municipal  library,  levies  a  tax 
or  makes  an  appropriation,  and  thenceforth  maintains  an  affiliated 
library.  There  were  four  such  affiliates  at  the  time  of  the  study  (hence- 
forth to  be  called  ''emergent"  affiliates). 

A  third  type  exists  only  in  those  counties  in  which  the  county  library 
service  is  given  by  a  city  library  under  contract,  and  for  which  pay- 
ment is  made  from  the  county  general  fund.  In  such  cases,  existing 
small  city  libraries  (other  than  the  large  one  which  gives  the  total 
service)  are  involuntarily  affiliated  according  to  our  definition.  That 
is,  as  they  all  contribute  to  the  general  fund  from  which  the  county 
librar}^  appropriation  is  made,  they  are  automatically  supporting  the 
county  library  in  addition  to  their  own  municipal  or  district  libraries. 
These  libraries  are  thus  genuine  affiliated  libraries,  although  involun- 
tary affiliates  under  our  definition. 


TABLE 


AFFILIATED  LIBRARIES  BY  TYPE  AND  POPULATION 


Type 

Under  3000 
Population 

3001-10,000 

Over  10,000 

Total 

Prior 

Emergent 

9 
1 
3 

8 

2 

5 

6 

1 
5 

23 
4 
13 

Total 

13 

15 

12 

40 

Three  other  affiliates,  though  not  placed  in  a  separate  category  in 
the  discussions  and  tabulations  to  follow,  should  be  mentioned  sepa- 
rately at  the  outset,  because  their  structure  makes  it  unnecessary  or 
inappropriate  to  include  them  in  some  tables  at  all.  The  three  are 
jointly  operated  affiliates  and  county  libraries.  Their  special  situation 
will  be  described  later. 

It  has  been  known  for  some  time  that  affiliated  libraries  might  repaj^ 
studj^,  and  the  increasing  emphasis  on  library  sj^'stems  in  recent  years 
has  made  the  need  for  that  study  more  urgent.  Affiliates  have  existed 
for  a  long  time.  Details  of  the  relationship  vary  widely,  so  much  so 
that  the  California  Public  Library  Commission's  questionnaire  on  this 
subject  did  not  reveal  enough  of  a  pattern  to  justify  more  than  tenta- 
tive conclusions.  The  General  Report  stated:  "A  more  intensive  study 
of  'affiliation'  with  the  county  library  than  is  here  reported  needs  to 
be  made  .  .  ."  ^ 


1  California.  Public  Library  Commission.  Reports.   (Berkeley,  1958)  p.  59. 


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The  present  study  may  not  supply  fully  the  need  mentioned  by  the 
commission's  report,  but  it  does  attempt  to  give  additional  data  about 
the  nature  of  affiliation.  The  information  it  contains  was  gained  chiefly 
from  personal  interviews  with  all  city  and  county  librarians  concerned. 
These  interviews  took  place  during  the  year  and  a  half  from  the  summer 
of  1959  through  December  of  1960.  Supplementary  statistical  informa- 
tion (primarily  concerned  with  book  collections  and  circulation)  came 
from  the  1959/60  annual  reports  of  the  same  libraries,  as  submitted  to 
the  State  Library.  Population  groupings  are  based  on  the  1960  census. 


I.  MATERIALS  SUPPLIED  TO  AFFILIATED  LIBRARIES 

All  affiliated  libraries  receive  some  materials  from  the  county  li- 
braries. These  come  in  two  ways,  requests  and  shipments.  Request 
service  to  affiliates  is  given  by  all  county  libraries  studied,  and  in  nine 
cases,  books  sent  on  request  are  the  only  ones  received  by  the  affiliated 
libraries.  Eight  affiliates  receiving  no  shipments  are  of  the  involuntary 
type. 

Regular  shipments  are  received  by  28  affiliates.  A  few  represent 
permanent  or  semi-permanent  allotments,  but  most  are  more  or  less 
temporary.  Frequency  varies  a  great  deal,  but  monthly  shipments  are 
most  common.  In  one  case,  shipments  are  sent  twice  a  week;  the  least 
frequent  shipment  found  was  an  annual  one.  Books  sent  on  shipment 
are  usually  selected  for  the  affiliate  by  the  county.  In  only  five  cases 
did  the  city  librarian  make  the  selection.  However,  in  10  other  cases, 
the  affiliated  library  indicated  types  of  books  needed.  In  several  others, 
the  city  librarian  has  the  privilege  of  indicating  categories  wanted, 
but  did  not  ordinarily  do  so.  One  city  librarian  reported  an  attempt 
to  select  books  for  shipment,  but  this  effort  was  discouraged  by  the 
county  librarian,  who  felt  that  the  city  would  monopolize  the  new 
books. 

In  12  cases  where  the  county  selected  books  for  shipment,  duplication 
of  titles  was  found  to  be  a  problem.  That  is,  the  city  bad  already  pur- 
chased books  received  by  shipment.  Normally,  unwanted  duplicates  are 
returned.  In  four  cases,  the  county  library  sends  an  invoice  of  proposed 
shipments  for  the  city  to  check,  thus  avoiding  duplication.  In  two  other 
cases,  the  county  sends  the  city  a  list  of  its  new  books,  and  the  city 
indicates  those  it  is  ordering  or  has. 

Thirteen  affiliated  libraries  receive  some  periodicals  from  the  county, 
and  four  receive  newspapers.  One  shares  the  films  received  as  a  part  of 
the  film  circuit  membership  of  the  county. 

Four  city  libraries  receive  money  for  books  instead  of  or  in  addition 
to  shipments,  and  three  receive  money  for  magazines. 

2—60914. 


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NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


The  percentage  of  the  total  collection  of  an  affiliated  library  supplied 
by  the  county  varies  widely.  Figures  were  not  available  for  all  the 
affiliates.  Altogether,  over  270,000  volumes  from  county  libraries  are 
located  in  affiliated  libraries,  and  this  figure  does  not  appear  to  fluctu- 
ate a  great  deal,  even  though  the  books  themselves  move  from  outlet 
to  outlet. 


TABLE  II.     BOOKS  PROVIDED  TO  AFFILIATES  BY  COUNTY  IN 
PROPORTION  TO  TOTAL  AVAILABLE  COLLECTION  IN  CITY 


A.  By  Type  of  Affiliate 


Percent 

0-10 

11-20 

21-30 

31-40 

41-50 

51-60 

61-70 

71-80 

81-90 

91-100 

Total 

Prior 

-- 

2 

1 

2 

1 

4 

1 

3 

2 

1 

m 

Emergent 

1 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

2 

1 

4 

Involuntary 

3 

1 

2 

1 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

1 

1=8 

Totals 

4 

3 

3 

3 

1 

4 

1 

3 

4 

3 

28 

*  Two  jointly  operated  libraries  omitted.  Four  others  gave  no  figures. 
'•  Five  gave  no  figures. 


B.  By  Population 

Group  of  AflFiliate  Library 

0-10 

11-20 

21-30 

31-40 

41-50 

51-60 

61-70 

71-80 

81-90 

91-100 

Total 

Under  3000  popula- 
tion  

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

=9 

3001-10,000   popula- 
tion  

4 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

dll 

10,001  and  over 

-- 

1 

2 

1 

-- 

2 

-- 

1 

1 

1 

eg 

Totals 

4 

3 

3 

3 

1 

4 

1 

3 

4 

3 

29 

<=  Figures  not  available  for  four  libraries. 

^  One  joint  operation  omitted.  All  books  supplied  by  county;  figures  not  available  for  tbree  libraries. 

®  Figures  not  available  for  three  libraries. 


Circulation  of  county  books  from  affiliated  libraries  (incomplete 
figures)  accounts  for  over  700,000  items  circulated.  A  comparison  of 
percentage  of  circulation  with  percentage  of  county  books  held  reveals 
that  county  books  account  for  relatively  less  circulation  than  their 
proportion  in  the  collections  might  lead  one  to  expect.  Possible  reasons 
for  this  disparity,  revealed  in  the  interviews  were:  (1)  inaccuracy  of 
inventory  figures ;  inclusion  in  county  records  of  many  books  not  actu- 
ally in  the  affiliated  library,  (2)  tendency  of  the  county  to  send  older 
books,  (3)  reference  books  supplied  by  the  county,  (4)  more  substan- 
tial books  supplied  by  the  county;  more  popular  but  ephemeral  ones 
bought  by  the  city,  (5)  separation  in  the  affiliated  library  of  the  two 
collections,  with  county  books  less  easily  found.  This  type  of  separation 
is  not  common,  but  was  found  occasionally. 


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TABLE  III.     CIRCULATION  OF  COUNTY-OWNED  BOOKS  IN  AFFILIATED 
LIBRARIES  IN  PROPORTION  TO  TOTAL  CITY  CIRCULATION  FROM  CITY 

A.  By  Type  of  Affiliate 


Percent 

0-iO 

11-20 

21-30 

31-40 

41-50 

51-60 

61-70 

71-80 

81-90 

91-100 

Total 

Prior 

2 

3 

-- 

6 

__ 

1 

-_ 

3 

_- 

2 

^17 

Emergent 

1 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

1 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

b2 

Involuntary 

3 

3 

1 

-- 

1 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

1 

"9 

Totals 

6 

6 

1 

6 

1 

2 

- 

3 

- 

3 

28 

»  Figures  not  available  for  six  libraries. 
••  Figures  not  available  for  two  libraries. 
■=  Figures  not  available  for  four  libraries. 


B.  By  Population 

Grou 

p  of  Affiliate  Library 

0-10 

11-20 

21-30 

31-40 

41-50 

51-60 

61-70 

71-80 

81-90 

91-100 

Total 

Under  3,000  popula- 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

dg 

3001-10,000  popula- 
tion  

4 

3 

.. 

2 

1 

1 

.. 

1 

el2 

10,000  and  over 

1 

2 

-- 

2 

-- 

-- 

-- 

1 

1 

'7 

Totals 

6 

6 

1 

6 

1 

2 

- 

3 

- 

3 

28 

*  Figures  not  available  for  four  libraries. 

*  Figures  not  available  for  three  libraries. 

*  Figures  not  available  for  five  libraries. 


In  only  three  city  libraries  is  a  nonresident  fee  charged  for  the  bor- 
rowing of  city-owned  books  by  county  borrowers.  A  number  of  others 
require  separate  registration. 


II.  SERVICES  GIVEN  TO  AFFILIATED  LIBRARIES 

Requests 

Eequest  service,  as  indicated  above,  is  the  basic  service  given  to  all 
affiliates.  In  many  cases,  books  sent  on  request  remain  in  the  affiliated 
library  unless  recalled  to  fill  another  request.  This  type  of  book  sup- 
plement is  the  only  one  received  by  those  affiliates  not  receiving  regular, 
shipments. 

Quality  of  the  request  service  varies.  Several  city  librarians  com- 
plained of  delays,  and  others  were  concerned  because  new  books  were 
recalled  too  soon.  On  the  other  hand,  a  number  of  city  librarians  praised 
the  request  service.  Eight  mentioned  that  telephone  service  was  avail- 
able, and  several  spoke  of  daily  rush  request  services.  Most  affiliates 
have  their  State  Library  requests  handled  by  the  county  libraries,  as 
a  natural  followup  of  the  original  service. 


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Processing 

There  is  some  evidence  that  processing  of  city  books  is  beginning  to 
be  offered  to  affiliates.  This  service  is  now  given  in  full  to  five  cities 
by  the  county  libraries  concerned ;  one  has  made  a  beginning  with 
ordering  service,  and  intends  to  offer  full  processing  soon.  Another 
plans  to  give  full  processing  as  soon  as  duplicating  equipment  is 
received. 

In  three  cases,  it  was  reported  that  the  county  library  offered  to 
process  affiliates'  books,  but  without  success.  In  three  others,  the  service 
given  in  the  past  had  been  discontinued.  Interviews  with  the  city 
librarians  concerned  in  all  these  failures  tend  to  indicate  that  a  larger 
measure  of  success  might  still  be  possible  with  fuller  communication. 
Fear  of  loss  of  independence  in  book  selection  was  expressed  several 
times. 


Catalog  Cards  with  Shipments 

Most  county  libraries  provide  affiliates  with  catalog  cards  for  county 
books  sent  on  shipment.  Several  affiliates  brought  out  problems  con- 
nected with  this  service.  Nine  said  the  sets  of  cards  were  not  complete, 
and  several  made  additional  cards.  Author  and  title  cards  are  sent 
in  some  cases,  shelflist  card  in  others.  Three  city  libraries  do  not  use 
or  file  the  cards  sent,  mentioning  the  time  consumed  in  filing  and 
withdrawing  cards  for  books  likely  to  be  recalled.  Four  cities  file  the 
city  cards  separately. 

Advice  and  Consultation 

City  librarians  were  asked  whether  they  receive  advisory  service  from 
the  county  library  staff  or  whether  it  is  the  county  library  staff  to 
which  they  would  first  turn  for  advice  and  consultation  in  case  of 
need.  Twelve  receive  such  advice  as  a  normal  part  of  their  service,  and 
12  others  would  turn  to  the  county  library  for  consultation.  Thirteen 
would  consult  with  other  city  librarians  with  more  comparable  prob- 
lems. 

The  following  table  shows  the  distribution  of  the  services  most  com- 
monly offered : 


TABLE  IV.     SERVICES  GIVEN  BY  COUNTY  LIBRARY  TO  AFFILIATES 


Advisory 
and  consultative 

Processing 

Catalog  cards 
with  county  books 

Request 

12 

«6 

29 

37 

b25 

31 

8 

Totals 

"37 

■=37 

■=37 

"37 

»  Three  omitted,  as  joint  operations  are  involved. 

•>  Includes  one  case  of  ordering  only. 

"  Twelve  of  these  would  ask  county  library  staff  if  advice  or  consultation  were  needed. 


VOLUME    '^^'J,    NO.    2,    SPRING,    1 962 

Other  types  of  service  mentioned  were  as  follows : 

Children's  service 

Summer  reading  club  materials 7 

Children's  librarians'  visit  to  city  schools '. 2 

Story  telling 1 

Public  relations 

National  Library  Week 5 

General  publicity  (newspaper,  displays,  etc.) 6 

Mending  of  city  books 6 

Centralized   overdues   1 


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I.  CAPITAL  OUTLAY  AND  CONTRIBUTIONS  TO 
OPERATING  COSTS 

Very  little  in  the  way  of  capital  assistance  is  given  by  county  li- 
braries to  affiliates.  In  a  few  cases,  furniture  and  equipment  are  sup- 
plied, in  most  instances  used  furniture  and  shelving.  In  only  three 
cases  did  the  county  library  make  a  substantial  contribution  toward 
the  purchase  of  new  furniture,  and  these  three  were  the  joint  city- 
county  libraries,  where  county  contributions  probably  exceeded  those 
of  the  three  cities. 

Buildings  are  supplied  by  all  affiliated  cities,  and  maintenance  and 
utilities  costs  are  commonly  a  city  responsibility.  Some  affiliates  have 
new  and  quite  attractive  buildings,  and  the  great  majority  have  build- 
ings better  than  the  county  would  be  able  to  furnish. 

In  eight  instances  county  libraries  supplied  staff  to  affiliates,  the 
entire  staff  in  three  cases.  In  21  cases  money  was  supplied  to  the 
affiliated  libraries,  most  frequently  in  the  form  of  salary  supplements. 
These  are  sometimes  paid  directly  to  the  staff  member,  sometimes  to  the 
city  for  salary  purposes.  The  city  librarian's  salary  is  most  frequently 
supplemented ;  the  payment  is  often  looked  on  as  a  "  branch  librarian 's ' ' 
salary  and  is  related  to  the  county's  scale  for  such  positions.  Of  the 
nine  other  cases  of  money  payment,  six  are  not  earmarked  and  three 
are  considered  to  be  "rent"  for  the  use  of  a  part  of  the  city  building 
as  a  county  ' '  branch. ' ' 

In  four  cases,  cities  paid  money  to  the  county  library,  in  each  case  to 
be  repaid  to  the  city  librarian  (who  in  these  instances  is  a  county  em- 
ployee) as  salary. 


TABLE  V.     MONEY  PAYMENTS  IN  AFFILIATED  RELATIONSHIPS 


Salary  supplements  (for  City  Librarian) 

Rent 

Unallocated 

All 

M  to  all 

Under  H 

3 

County  to  City 

1 

5 

6 

6 

City  to  County 

1 

3 

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NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 


TABLE  VI.     OTHER  CONTRIBUTIONS  (CAPITAL  AND 
OPERATING)  TO  AFFILIATES 


Supplied 
by  city  only 

Supplied 
by  county  only 

Supplied 
by  both 

Furniture  and  equipment 

29 

«11 

Staff 

32 

3 

5 

a  County  contribution  substantial  in  the  case  of  the  three  jointly  operated  afBllates. 


IV.  COST  FACTORS  IN  THE  AFFILIATED  RELATIONSHIP 

A  complete  investigation  of  the  costs  involved  in  this  relationship 
would  require  two  kinds  of  information  not  available  for  this  study.  It 
would  be  necessary  to  know  the  exact  financial  contribution  of  each 
city  to  the  county  library  operation,  a  fact  impossible  to  ascertain  in 
all  but  a  few  cases.  Equally  essential  would  be  a  knowledge  of  the 
dollar  value  of  all  the  central  services  and  contributions  of  the  counties, 
as  related  to  each  affiliate,  and  the  value  of  the  cities'  individual  serv- 
ices to  the  unincorporated  areas  served.  Lack  of  these  facts  is  the  most 
serious  weakness  not  only  of  this  study,  but  also  quite  possibly  of  the 
relationship  itself. 

There  is  obviously  more  likelihood  that  these  facts  will  be  considered 
where  a  formal  contract  exists.  Fourteen  written  agreements  are  cur- 
rently in  effect  between  cities  and  counties  for  affiliated  library  service, 
including  one  case  in  which  the  interests  of  two  involuntary  affiliates 
are  considered  in  the  general  city-county  contract  negotiated  annually. 


TABLE  VII.     CONTRACTS  FOR  AFFILIATED  LIBRARY  SERVICE 


Type  of  affiliate 

Under 

3,000 

population 

Percent 

3,001- 

10,000 

population 

Percent 

10,000 

and  over 

population 

Percent 

Total 

Percent 

Prior 

2 

22.2 

4 

50 

5 

83.3 

11 

47.8 

Emergent 

1 

100 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

25 

Involuntary 

0 

0 

0 

0 

a2 

40 

2 

15.4 

Total 

3 

23.1 

4 

26.6 

7 

58.3 

14 

35 

Affiliates  included  in  city-county  contract  for  county  service. 


As  might  be  expected,  the  proportion  of  contracts  increases  with  the 
size  of  the  city.  There  are  more  contracts,  and  a  higher  percentage, 
among  affiliates  established  prior  to  county  libraries  than  in  the  other 
types,  but  it  is  important  to  remember  that  only  four  affiliates  of  the 
emergent  type  exist  and  that  only  two  counties  are  involved  in  the 
involuntary  type  of  relationship.  One  of  the  emergent  affiliates  receives 
a  very  close  financial  accounting  annually  from  the  county,  without  a 
formal  contract.  Details  of  this  accounting  represent  a  major  problem 


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257 


to  the  county  librarian  and  officials,  for  several  reasons.  One  difficulty 
is  that  the  exact  sum  in  county  library  tax  to  be  paid  by  the  city  in  a 
given  year  is  not  known  until  very  late  in  the  year,  and  yet  the  county 
library's  service  during  that  year  is  expected  by  both  sides  to  approxi- 
mate this  unknown  sum.  Another  arrangement  which  also  involves 
somewhat  close  financial  calculation,  with  a  contract,  avoids  this  diffi- 
culty by  using  the  amount  paid  by  the  city  to  the  county  library  fund 
in  the  previous  year. 

Official  Attitudes  in  Affiliafed  Cities 

The  small  number  of  contracts  is  probably  related  to  official  attitudes 
toward  the  relationship.  The  officials  most  often  involved  are  boards  of 
trustees,  although  in  a  number  of  cases,  especially  where  there  are  con- 
tracts, city  manager,  council  members  and  others  are  active. 

Of  the  official  bodies  concerned,  11  (or  individual  members  thereof) 
are  believed  to  know  and  approve  of  the  relationship  in  its  financial 
aspects.  Sixteen  are  believed  to  take  little  interest,  and  14  to  question 
the  equity  of  the  arrangement.  These  questions  do  not  necessarily 
involve  serious  doubts.  Some  officials  have  expressed  surprise  at  what 
seems  to  them  an  odd  arrangement,  and  wish  to  learn  more  about  it. 
Where  official  interest  is  lacking,  librarians  often  state  that  their  own 
assurance  of  the  value  of  the  arrangement  is  accepted. 


TABLE  VIII.     KNOWLEDGE  OF  ARRANGEMENT  BY  CITY  OFFICIALS 


By  type  of  affiliate 

By  population 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

3,000 
and  under 

3,001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

Know  and  approve 

9 

1 

1 

3 

5 

3 

11 

Not  interested 

9 

1 

6 

7 

6 

3 

16 

Question 

6 

2 

6 

2 

5 

7 

14 

Totals 

a04 

4 

13 

12 

^6 

13 

a41 

*  One  city  librarian  Indicated  varying  answers  for  officials. 


The  general  public  is  normally  aware,  at  least  in  part,  of  the  exist- 
ence of  some  relationship.  Few  understand  the  legal  and  financial 
details.  Most  of  those  with  some  knowledge  know  simply  that  they  can 
obtain  books  from  both  libraries. 


TABLE  IX.     KNOWLEDGE  OF  ARRANGEMENT  BY  GENERAL  PUBLIC 


Yes    • 

No 

Partly 

Totals 

Knowledge  of  relationship 

3 

7 

30 

a37 

Aware  of  legal  &  financial  aspects 

2 

32 

6 

40 

*  Jointly  operated  libraries  omitted. 


258 


NEWS   NOTES   OP    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 


Value  of  Services  Related  fo  City's  Contribution 

Both  city  and  county  librarians  were  asked  whether,  in  their  opinion, 
the  affiliated  library  received  its  money's  worth  in  service  and  contri- 
butions from  the  county  library.  It  must  be  clearly  understood  that 
the  tables  to  follow  represent  not  facts  but  librarians'  opinions.  The 
interviews  revealed  that  there  was  great  variation  in  the  information— 
or  lack  of  information — on  which  these  opinions  were  based.  Some 
librarians,  in  the  smaller  cities  especially,  were  confused  about  affilia- 
tion and  were  not  aware  of  the  city  contribution  to  the  county  library 
fund,  and  therefore,  of  course,  had  no  idea  of  its  extent.  Some  librar- 
ians who  were  uninformed  were  relative  newcomers  to  their  positions. 
Several  more  or  less  informed  guesses  were  offered,  usually  recognized 
as  such  by  the  librarians  making  them.  In  general,  county  librarians 
appeared  more  informed  than  city  librarians,  although  there  were  some 
with  a  good  understanding  of  the  situation  among  the  latter. 


TABLE  X.     DOES  AFFILIATED  LIBRARY  GET  ITS  MONEY'S  WORTH? 
A.  Opinions  of  City  Librarians 


By  Type 

By  Population 

Prior 

Emergent 

Invol. 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10000 

Over 
10001 

Totals 

Yes. 

14 

3 

6 

10 

8 

5 

23 

No 

3 

-- 

3 

-- 

4 

2 

6 

Not  Sure» 

3 

1 

4 

3 

2 

3 

8 

Totals 

b20 

4 

13 

13 

bi4 

blO 

b37 

B.  Opinions  of 

County  L 

brarians 

By  Type 

By  Population 

Prior 

Emergent 

Invol. 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10000 

Over 
10001 

Totals 

Yes 

18 

4 

__ 

8 

8 

6 

22 

No 

5 

-- 

13 

5 

7 

6 

18 

Not  Sure" 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

Totals 

23 

4 

13 

13 

15 

12 

40 

"  "Not  sure"  means  that  the  librarian  concerned  was  not  sure  whether  affiliates  received  value  for  their  con- 
tribution to  the  county  library  fund,  and  does  not  necessarily  indicate  lacli  of  certainty  of  the  financial 
facts.  On  the  other  hand,  many  who  answered  Yes  or  No  were  "Not  sure"  of  the  facts. 

''  The  three  joint  city-county  librarians'  opinions  are  given  in  the  table  below,  under  county  librarians. 


VOLUME    '^'J,   NO.    2,    SPRING,    1 962  259 

The  most  notable  difference  in  the  responses  of  the  two  types  of 
librarians  is  the  tendency  of  the  county  librarians  to  say  "No"  and 
the  reluctance  of  city  librarians  to  do  so.  The  latter  are  more  frequently 
"not  sure,"  the  former  have  a  decided  opinion  one  way  or  the  other. 

According  to  these  responses,  over  half  the  city  and  county  librarians 
alike  believe  the  financial  burden  is  fairly  equitable.  It  is  noteworthy 
that  the  two  county  librarians  with  involuntary  affiliates  believe  it  is 
not.  This  response  perhaps  needs  clarification,  as  in  both  cases  more  is 
involved  than  a  county  library-affiliate  relationship.  In  each  case  a 
central  city  not  only  gives  the  countywide  service,  under  contract,  but 
also  contributes  to  this  service  through  the  contribution  of  its  citizens 
to  the  General  Fund  from  which  the  contract  payment  is  made.  The 
inequity  reported  therefore  may  refer  not  only  to  the  situation  of  the 
affiliated  cities,  but  also  to  that  of  the  city  giving  the  general  service. 

Both  city  and  county  librarians  who  felt  they  were  not  receiving  or 
giving  full  value  were  inclined  to  elaborate.  Several  city  librarians 
knew  they  could  receive  more  from  the  county,  but  for  various  reasons 
did  not  wish  to.  Some  could  have  more  books,  but  wanted  different  types 
of  books  from  those  available;  one,  for  instance,  wanted  business  and 
technical  books  of  a  type  not  included  in  the  county 's  shipments  to  any 
outlet.  Several  wanted  new  and  popular  books  in  greater  numbers  than 
the  county  could  afford  to  buy  without  limiting  its  purchases  of  more 
substantial  materials.  Some  who  turned  down  offers  of  processing 
wanted  fuller  cataloging  or  faster  service  than  they  felt  they  could 
get  from  the  county.  One  used  a  different  classification.  Advisory  serv- 
ices, visits  from  county  personnel,  assistance  in  weeding,  attendance 
at  county  meetings,  and  other  common  headquarters  services  given  by 
county  libraries  to  their  outlets  were  felt  by  a  number  of  affiliates  to 
be  unnecessary  or  inappropriate. 

The  county  librarians  were  aware  in  most  cases  of  these  problems. 
They  naturally  placed  a  higher  value  on  their  own  services  and  felt  that 
they  might  be  useful  to  affiliates.  However,  they  did  on  occasion  recog- 
nize that  what  was  needed  by  affiliates  was  beyond  their  normal  service 
pattern.  They  could  not  meet  these  needs  without  crippling  existing 
branch  or  headquarters  services.  County  librarians  also  felt  in  some 
cases  that  further  communication  and  explanation  might  result  in  a 
more  equitable  arrangement.  Several  were  making  efforts  along  these 
lines ;  others  had  to  postpone  them  because  of  lack  of  time. 


Sety'\ces  Needed  If  Affiliates  Did  Not  Exist 

Because  of  the  cost  factor,  it  is  natural  to  inquire,  "What  if  there 
were  no  affiliate?"  What  if  the  city  were  merely  contributing,  as  it 
now  does,  to  the  support  of  the  county  library?  How  much  service 
would  it  receive,  as  compared  with  what  is  now  given  ? 

County  librarians  answered  this  (perhaps  awkward)  question 
thoughtfully  and  frankly.  As  the  affiliates  would  in  almost  every  case 
represent  large  county  branch  outlets,  among  the  largest  in  each  county, 
they  would  have  to  be  supplied  with  services  and  materials  at  least 
equal  to  those  of  the  largest  existing  branches,  if  no  municipal  library 
existed. 


260 


NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFOENIA  LIBEARIES 


TABLE  XI.     AMOUNT  OF  SERVICE  AND  MATERIALS  NECESSARY  IF 
AFFILIATE  WERE  A  BRANCH  (COUNTY  LIBRARIANS'  REPLIES) 


Type  of  affiliate 

Population  group 

Prior 

Emergent 

Invol. 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Totals 

Would  give  more 
than  given  now 

16 

2 

10 

6 

13 

9 

28 

Couldn't  match 
present  combined 
resources  and/or 
would  need  more 
money  from  county 
to  give  needed 
service 

(14) 

- 

(2) 

(6) 

(4) 

(6) 

(16) 

Would  give  the 
same  as  now 

6 

2 

3 

7 

1 

3 

11 

Totals 

=>22 

4 

13 

13 

al4 

12 

^39 

*  One  library  omitted,  because  It  is  a  joint  operation  whose  entire  current  budget  comes  from  county  sources. 


Some  of  the  same  factors  were  brought  out  in  discussion  of  this  ques- 
tion as  were  mentioned  in  connection  with  financial  relationships.  Serv- 
ing the  present  affiliate  as  a  branch  would  be  part  of  the  normal 
county  library  operation,  and  thus  cost  less  in  some  ways  than  excep- 
tional treatment.  However,  hours  of  service,  number  of  books,  number 
and  quality  of  staff,  and  building  requirements  would  present  serious 
problems  to  many  county  librarians,  were  they  expected  to  give  total 
library  service  to  the  affiliated  communities.  A  number  felt  such  service 
would  be  impossible  without  additional  funds,  and  a  good  many  de- 
clared that  they  could  not  possibly  give  the  cities  what  they  now  receive 
from  both  sources. 

Most  county  librarians,  in  considering  this  matter,  were  not  so  much 
concerned  to  give  the  affiliated  city  a  service  commensurate  with  its 
tax  (or  General  Fund)  contribution,  as  to  equate  the  service  with  the 
population  and  needs  of  the  community.  This  view  is,  of  course,  the 
normal  one  for  most  officials  giving  public  service  over  an  area;  such 
services  as  police  and  health  protection,  for  example,  are  given  accord- 
ing to  need  and  not  apportioned  from  area  to  area  according  to  their 
relative  contributions  to  the  budget.  Thus,  even  those  county  librarians 
who  believe  their  affiliates  are  in  fact  receiving  their  money's  worth 
from  the  county  would,  in  some  cases,  expect  and  wish  to  give  more  to 
the  same  communities  if  they  were  branch  libraries. 

Thus  the  situation  for  the  majority  of  affiliates  is  an  odd  one.  They 
are  now  operating  libraries  whose  resources  and  services  (from  both 
sources  combined)  are  superior  to  those  they  would  have  as  county 
branches.  At  the  same  time,  they  are  receiving  from  the  county  less 
than  they  would  receive  if  they  were  branches,  even  in  those  cases  where 
a  contract  or  accounting  agreement  has  assured  them  of  value  for  their 
contribution. 


VOLUME    57,   NO.    2,    SPRING,    1 962  261 

As  might  be  expected,  those  affiliates  whicli  would  receive  approxi- 
mately the  same  service  as  they  now  do  are  most  often  in  the  smaller 
population  group. 


V.  AFFILIATION  AS  A  TYPE  OF  LIBRARY  SYSTEM 

Considered  as  a  form  of  library  system,  affiliation  falls  midway  be- 
tween the  "consolidated"  and  "co-operative"  types.  Insofar  as  the 
affiliates  are  a  part  of  the  county  library — through  their  payment 
toward  its  support — the  relationship  resembles  a  one-library  system. 
Insofar  as  they  are  independent  and  autonomous,  the  system  is  more 
like  a  co-operative  or  federated  type. 

In  actual  practice,  the  relationship  comes  closer  to  one  or  the  other 
of  the  system  concepts  on  the  basis  of  several  factors.  Traditional  and 
personal  relationships  are  important  here.  For  example,  the  librarians 
of  some  affiliates  were  formerly  branch  librarians  for  the  county  librar- 
ies.^ In  such  cases,  knowledge  of  what  is  available  and  a  natural  ten- 
dency to  look  for  advice  and  even  supervision  to  headquarters  tends  to 
make  the  relationship  more  like  that  of  county  librarian  and  branch. 
The  size  of  the  affiliate  is  also  a  factor,  with  smaller  affiliates  normally 
more  dependent.  Such  centralized,  or  semicentralized,  administration 
as  exists  occurs  in  situations  of  this  type. 

Factors  that  lead  toward  separatism  include :  city-county  tensions 
in  areas  other  than  library  service,  with  resulting  tendency  to  scrutinize 
any  relationship ;  existence  of  professionally  trained  administrative 
officials  on  both  sides  who  are  accustomed  to  think  in  terms  of  costs; 
civic  pride  and  sense  of  identity,  especially  in  growing  cities;  employ- 
ment in  affiliated  libraries  of  professionally  trained  librarians  who, 
while  they  may  wish  to  co-operate,  prefer  an  active  rather  than  a  sub- 
ordinate role.  While  there  is  no  centralized  administration  in  these 
cases,  there  may  actually  be  more  co-operative  activities  as  the  study  of 
costs  and  contributions  leads  the  cities  to  ask  for  additional  services. 

Sharing  of  book  resources  exists  in  all  affiliates,  but  other  activities 
characteristic  of  systems  appear  less  often.  Centralized  processing  is 
not  frequent,  although  it  appears  to  be  increasing.  There  are  few 
examples  of  joint  evaluation  of  books,  and  what  division  of  responsi- 
bility for  purchase  of  different  types  of  materials  exists  seems  to  be 
less  the  result  of  planning  than  of  adaptation  to  existing  conditions. 
Reciprocity  of  use  is  general,  although  there  are  three  affiliated  libraries 
that  do  not  circulate  their  own  (city)  books  to  borrowers  outside  the 
city  without  payment  of  a  fee.  Two  of  these  are  of  the  involuntary  type. 

"  Not  necessarily  in  "emergent"  afHliates. 


262 


NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 


Librarians'  View  of  Affiliation  as  a  System 

In  tlie  interviews,  both  city  and  county  librarians  were  asked  whether 
or  not  librarians  in  affiliated  libraries  felt  that  they  were  part  of  a 
system,  with  the  following  result : 


TABLE  XII.     "SYSTEM  SENTIMENT"  OF  CITY  LIBRARIANS 


By  type  of  affiliate 

By  population  group 

Prior 

Emergent 

Invol. 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Totals 

Yes 

from  both 

from  city  only 

from  county  only 

2 
4 
4 

3 

2 
1 
2 

2 
2 
2 

3 

1 
2 

2 
2 
2 

7 
5 
6 

No 

from  both 

from  city  only 

from  county  only 

3 
10 

"i 

2 
6 

2 
5 

1 
8 

2 
4 

5 

17' 

Not  sure 

from  both 

from  city  only 

from  county  only 

'i 

U 

'i 

1 
"6 

1 
1 
6 

'8 

'i 

1 

1 

18 

The  total  "yes"  answers  from  cities  was  12,  from  counties  13.  The  total 
"no's"  from  cities  totaled  22,  from  counties  5.  Unless  the  county 
librarians'  estimate  of  the  relationship  is  at  fault,  it  seems  probable 
that  the  "not  sure"  replies  from  counties  correspond  to  "no's"  from 
cities. 

The  "no's"  do  not  and  should  not  be  considered  to  imply  total  lack 
of  realization  of  co-operative  aspects  of  the  relationship.  They  do,  how- 
ever, in  the  case  of  city  responses  at  least,  mean  that  the  libraries  are 
felt  to  be  more  truly  described  as  independent  libraries  with  some  con- 
nection with  the  county  library,  than  as  parts  of  the  county  library 
with  some  separate  features. 

Meeting  Attendance 

Attendance  at  meetings  of  the  county  staff,  where  these  are  held,  is 
a  practice  among  a  majority  of  affiliated  librarians  and  one  that  might 
seem  to  lead  to  closer  relationships.  Some  meetings  are  devoted  to  book 
evaluation  and  selection.  Failure  to  attend  does  not  necessarily  mean 
lack  of  awareness  of  mutual  interests.  For  example,  some  city  librarians 
must  pay  a  substitute  to  attend  meetings.  On  the  other  hand,  several 
city  librarians  make  a  point  of  attending  regional  meetings  of  library 
administrators  in  addition  to,  or  instead  of,  county  meetings. 


VOLUME    57,   NO.    1,   SPRING,    1 962 

TABLE  XIII.     ATTENDANCE  AT  COUNTY  MEETINGS— CITY 
LIBRARIAN  AND/OR  STAFF 


263 


By  type 

By  population  group 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3,000 

3,000 

plus 

Over 
10,000 

Totals 

Attends _   _. 

8 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

12 

Does  not  attend 

3 

-- 

-- 

-- 

2 

1 

3 

None  held 

9 

2 

11 

10 

8 

4 

22 

The  three  iolntly  operated  libraries  were  omitted  from  this  table.  The  fact  that  no  meetings  are  available  for 
most  affiliated  staffs  to  attend  makes  any  conclusion  unsatisfactory,  but  apparently  those  who  can  in  most 
cases  do. 


NEWS  NOTES  Listing 

Another  small  but  perhaps  significant  indication  of  city  librarians' 
view  of  their  relationship  to  the  county  is  the  objection  of  some  to  the 
manner  of  listing  their  libraries  in  the  annual  statistical  issue  of  NEWS 
NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES.  Affiliates  have  been  listed 
in  parentheses  below  the  county  libraries  in  the  statistical  tables,  and 
thus  appear  in  the  population  groupings  of  the  county  libraries  and 
not  in  tables  with  cities  comparable  in  size.  Circulation  of  county  books 
through  affiliates  is  credited  in  NEWS  NOTES  to  the  county  library. 

City  librarians  point  out  that  the  size  and  scope  of  their  libraries' 
operations  are  not  truly  pictured.  They  wish  not  only  to  compare  them- 
selves with  cities  of  comparable  size,  but  to  use  total  statistics  in  budget 
presentation.  The  cost  of  the  book  itself  they  point  out  is  but  a  fraction 
of  the  total  cost  of  a  circulation,  and  in  most  cases  this  additional  cost 
of  circulation  of  county  books  is  borne  by  the  cities.  From  the  county 
viewpoint,  however,  there  is  little  difference  in  sending  a  book  to  cir- 
culate from  a  branch  or  from  an  affiliate. 

So  long  as  circulation  statistics  loom  as  large  as  they  do  in  evaluating 
the  effectiveness  of  a  library,  at  least  in  the  minds  of  officials,  this 
problem  is  a  real  one.  Larger  affiliates  are  more  likely  to  be  concerned. 


TABLE  XIV.     CITY  LIBRARIANS  WISHING  TO  CHANGE 
STATISTICAL  LISTING 


By  type 

By  population  group 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3,000 

3,001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Totals 

Yes-_ — - 

8 

3 

6 

4 

6 

7 

17 

No    -     

2 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

2 

2 

No  opinion 

13 

1 

7 

9 

9 

3 

21 

The  two  negative  replies  came  from  city-county  libraries  administered  jointly. 


264  NEWS    NOTES    OF    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 

The  Three  "Combined  Operation"  Affiliates 

The  three  situations  in  which  city  and  county  service  are  combined 
have  some  factors  in  common,  but  are  not  altogether  alike.  All  are 
"prior"  affiliates,  having  been  established  as  city  libraries  before  the 
county  library  was  formed.  All  are  in  county  seats,  and  can  thus  com- 
bine city  outlets  with  county  headquarters  service.  All  have  one  city- 
county  librarian  in  charge  of  both  "libraries."  And  all  have  tended 
toward  a  more  unified  administration  and  operation.  Officials  in  each 
case  are  fully  aware  of  the  relationships. 

The  differences  are  chiefly  in  extent  of  city  participation  in  costs.  In 
only  one  of  the  three  does  the  city  bear  a  substantial  share.  In  another 
the  city's  contribution  is  small  in  proportion  to  the  county's,  and  in 
the  third  the  city  contributes  only  to  the  costs  of  a  new  building,  and 
will  cease  to  do  so  when  the  building  is  paid  for.  The  last-cited  is  now 
a  borderline  affiliate  and  will  soon  cease  to  be  one. 

In  the  other  two  cases,  the  cities  are  receiving  a  higher  level  of  serv- 
ice than  the  remainder  of  the  system,  roughly  commensurate  to  the 
amount  of  the  city's  contribution.  While  not  ideal  in  details,  these 
joint  city-county  libraries  offer  an  example  that  might  be  followed  or 
improved  on  by  city  and  county  libraries  when  they  exist  in  the  same 
cities. 


Effect  on  Affiliation  of  Larger  Systems  or  Co-operatives 

One  of  the  county  libraries  with  affiliates  is  a  member  of  a  larger 
system  offering  a  variety  of  services.  Three  other  counties  are  members 
of  a  processing  center  and  one  is  a  member  of  a  multi-county  informa- 
tion and  reference  service.  As  all  these  co-operative  efforts  are  fairly 
new,  it  is  perhaps  too  soon  to  consider  their  effect  on  the  affiliated  li- 
braries concerned.  However,  certain  facts  are  now  available. 

Two  of  the  three  affiliates  of  the  system  member  have  elected  not  to 
join  the  system.  They  are  therefore  not  receiving  direct  benefits  of  sys- 
tem membership,  but  participate  to  some  extent  indirectly  through  the 
county  library's  membership.  Presumably  the  increased  resources,  re- 
leased time,  faster  request  service  through  teletype  and  delivery  of 
loans  to  the  county  library,  etc.,  have  some  effect  on  the  county's  service 
even  to  the  nonmember  affiliates.  The  affiliate  that  has  chosen  member- 
ship receives  these  system  benefits  directly,  along  with  other  system 
services,  but  is  still  dependent  on  the  county  library  for  many  resources 
and  services.  One  of  the  nonmember  affiliates  has  ceased  to  receive  proc- 
essing service  as  a  result  of  the  county  library's  system  membership. 
The  decision  in  this  case  was  made  by  the  city. 

The  county  libraries  that  are  members  of  a  processing  center  can  also 
pass  on  some  benefits  to  their  affiliates,  even  though  the  latter  are  all 
nonmembers.  Catalog  cards  with  books  sent  on  shipment  are  supplied 
through  the  center  (extra  cards  for  each  copy),  and  improvements  in 
county  library  service  made  possible  by  the  time  released  from  proc- 
essing are  presumably  also  enjoyed  to  some  extent  by  the  affiliates.  Two 
affiliated  libraries  in  one  county  are  members  although  the  county  li- 
brary is  not. 


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The  three  affiliates  of  the  member  of  the  co-operative  reference  serv- 
ice are  themselves  members,  through  their  relationship  with  the  county 
library.  At  the  time  this  study  was  made,  the  service  was  too  new  for 
an  estimate  of  its  usefulness  and  its  effect  on  the  affiliates.  Future  de- 
velopments will  determine  whether  the  service  becomes  and  is  thought 
of  as  an  added  advantage  of  relationship  with  the  county,  or  an  addi- 
tional city  library  resource  that  lessens  its  dependence  on  county  serv- 
ices. If  and  when  the  service  is  supported  financially  by  its  members, 
the  affiliates'  share  may  be  paid  by  the  county  (on  the  basis  of  total 
population  taxed  and  served)  by  the  cities,  or  jointly.  This  decision 
will  almost  certainly  have  some  effect  on  the  affiliation  itself. 


VI.  RELATIONSHIPS  AMONG  LIBRARIANS 

Personal  relationships  are  important  in  the  actual  cases  studied,  even 
though  individuals  and  their  characteristics  are  shifting  factors  that 
cannot  be  measured  and  studied  as  can  more  stable  and  objective  ones. 
Several  of  the  interviews  brought  out  changes  in  the  overall  relation- 
ship because  of  personnel  changes,  and  the  purely  personal  element 
seemed  at  times  the  only  reason  for  changed  attitudes. 

Kesponses  to  a  question  about  relationships  among  city  and  county 
librarians  tend  therefore  to  include  these  purely  personal  reactions. 
However,  they  also  include  to  some  extent  the  librarians'  general  con- 
cepts of  appropriate  relationships,  and  are  given  here  as  part  of  the 
total  picture. 


TABLE  XV. 

RELATIONSHIPS 

AMONG  LIBRARIANS 

Type  of  affiliate 

Population  groups 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3,000 

3,001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

Cordial 

8 

2 

1 

2 

5 

4 

11 

Friendly,  not  close. 

11 

1 

12 

10 

8 

6 

24 

Cool  or  distant 

1 

1 

-- 

1 

1 

-- 

2 

Totals--.        

a20 

4 

13 

13 

al4 

no 

^37 

The  three  libraries  under  one  city-county  librarian  omitted. 


It  seems  probable  that  the  presence  in  some  affiliates  of  professionally 
trained  librarians  has  some  effect  on  relationships.  In  addition  to  those 
listed  below  with  formal  professional  training,  several  librarians  of 
affiliates  have  experience  and  abilities  of  a  high  level  which  might  en- 
title them  to  be  included  in  all  but  an  arbitrary  listing.  They  are  not 
included  in  the  table  because  such  a  judgment  would  necessarily  be 
subjective. 


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TABLE  XVI.     PROFESSIONALLY  TRAINED  LIBRARIANS  IN 
AFFILIATED  LIBRARIES 


Type 

Under 
3,000 

population 

Percent 

3,001- 

10,000 

population 

Percent 

Over 

10,000 

population 

Percent 

Total 

Percent 

Prior  .  _ 

1 

11 

2 

26 

3 

50 

6 

26 

Emergent 

1 

0 

1 

50 

1 

100 

2 

50 

Involuntary 

0 

0 

3 

60 

3 

60 

6 

46.1 

Totals   ----- 

1 

7 

6 

40 

7 

58.3 

14 

35 

In  one  ease,  an  afBliated  librarian  is  professionally  trained  while  the  county  librarian  lacks  such  formal 

training. 


VII.  LIBRARIANS'  EVALUATION  OF  AFFILIATION 

Both  city  and  county  librarians  were  asked  to  identify  the  chief  prob- 
lem met  as  a  result  of  affiliation,  and  to  name  what  they  consider  the 
main  advantage.  As  might  be  expected,  answers  differed  from  city  and 
county  viewpoints : 


TABLE  XVII.     CHIEF  PROBLEM  MET  BY  CITY  LIBRARIANS 


By  type 

By  population 

Problem 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3,000 

3,001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

None 

5 

1 

5 

6 

4 

1 

11 

Slow  service 

4 

1 

2K 

2J^ 

4>^ 

M 

7>^ 

Inadequate  or  old 

3M 

1 

2M 

2 

W2 

SVz 

7 

Books  recalled 

13^ 

-- 

Yi 

-- 

V2 

W2 

2 

Duplication 

1 

-- 

-- 

-- 

-- 

1 

1 

Failure  to  get  mon- 
ey's worth 

1 

.. 

1 

„ 

2 

- 

2 

Isolation — lack  of 
participation,  etc. 

4 

1 

\V2 

2M 

iy2 

2>^ 

6J^ 

Totals  -- 

a20 

4 

13 

13 

"14 

10 

"37 

The  three  jointly  operated  librarians'  replies  are  given  with  county  librarians,  in  nest  table. 


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TABLE  XVIII.     CHIEF  PROBLEM  MET  BY  COUNTY  LIBRARIANS 


By  type 

By  population 

Problem 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

3 

1 

.. 

3 

1 

.. 

4 

Administrative  red 

2 

V2 

11 

3 

5 

hVi 

y^Yz 

Authority  lacking.  _ 

6 

W2 

-- 

3^ 

2>^ 

Wi 

W2 

Duplication 

2 

1 

-- 

V2 

IJ^ 

-- 

3 

City  books  not 
available  to  county 
readers 

1 

1 

1 

County  books 
shelved  separately. 

1 

.. 

1 

.. 

.. 

1 

Lack  of  books  and 
staff  to  serve  cities. 

2^ 

.. 

1 

W^ 

2>^ 

Financial;  lack  of 
understanding  of 
value  of  central 
services -. 

2>^ 

2 

1 

W2 

2 

43^ 

Lack  of  acceptance 
of  system  idea 

3 

1 

2 

3 

Totals 

23 

4 

13 

13 

15 

12 

40 

There  is  less  variation  in  responses  on  the  positive  side.  Over  half  the 
city  librarians  felt  that  the  greatest  advantage  of  affiliation  was  access 
to  a  larger  book  resource.  Slightly  over  a  quarter  found  the  greatest 
value  in  the  existence  of  some  type  of  co-operation,  an  answer  that  prob- 
ably includes  access  to  resources,  but  goes  further  in  its  implications. 
Those  who  made  this  response  recognized  the  value  of  systems  and  felt 
that  affiliation  was  a  step  in  the  right  direction.  Four  emphasized  the 
value  of  being  "included" — possibly  a  more  personal  response  of  the 
same  kind — and  one  cited  '4ack  of  interference."  One  found  no  ad- 
vantage, and  one  mentioned  the  value  to  the  city  fringe  of  access  to  the 
city's  collection  in  addition  to  access  to  a  larger  resource. 

Among  the  county  librarians  the  co-operative  feature  received 
slightly  less  than  half  the  votes.  When  the  second  highest  total,  a  some- 
what vague  concept  of  "good  feeling"  is  added,  the  combined  votes 
account  for  30  of  the  40  county  views.  The  responses  in  support  of 
"good  feeling"  tended  to  consider  the  relationship  as  far  from  ideal 
but  better  than  none.  Nine  county  responses  cited  better  service  to  city 
library  users  (urban  and  fringe)  as  the  chief  advantage,  and  one 
county  librarian  could  think  of  no  advantage. 

When  the  results  are  considered  by  type  of  affiliate,  city  responses 
indicated  resources  as  the  chief  advantage  in  all  the  emergent  affiliates 
and  in  over  half  the  "prior"  group.  Only  the  involuntary  group  gave 
this  feature  less  than  half  the  votes.  There  is  a  correlation  here  with 
the  amount  of  book  service  given,  as  the  involuntary  group  on  the 


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whole  receives  less  of  its  book  stock  from  the  county,  and  is  in  par- 
ticular less  likely  to  receive  shipments.  The  four  librarians  who  men- 
tioned "inclusion"  were  all  in  "prior"  affiliates;  it  is  in  this  group 
that  more  cordial  relationships  were  also  found.  The  most  noticeable 
county  response  by  type  is  also  found  among  the  county  librarians 
with  involuntary  affiliates.  It  is  here  that  "good  feeling"  is  oftenest 
mentioned.  Here  again  it  is  important  to  remember  that  although 
there  are  13  responses  listed  (for  13  affiliates)  there  are  in  actuality 
only  two  county  librarians  responding  for  this  group. 

There  appears  to  be  no  special  pattern  in  responses  by  size  of  affiliate, 
from  either  city  or  county  librarians. 


TABLE  XIX.     GREATEST  ADVANTAGE 
A.  Opinions  of  City  Librarians 


By  type 

By 

size 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

12 

4 

4^ 

8 

7 

5K 

203^ 

Cooperation 

4 

-- 

6 

3 

4 

3 

10 

Lack  of  interfer- 

.. 

_. 

1 

.. 

1 

1 

'  'Inclusion' ' 

4 

-- 

-- 

2 

2 

-- 

4 

None 

-- 

1 

-- 

-- 

1 

1 

City  service  to 
county  fringe 

.. 

.. 

K 

M 

3^ 

Totals 

20'' 

4 

13 

13 

14  a 

10» 

37  » 

a  The  three  joint  operations  are  included  with  county  responses. 

B.  Opinions  of  County  Librarians 


Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

Cooperation 

13 

2 

2 

4 

6 

7 

17 

Better  service  to 
city 

7 

2 

.. 

3 

4 

2 

9 

"Good  feeling" 

2 

-- 

11 

5 

5 

3 

13 

None 

1 

-- 

-- 

1 

-- 

-- 

1 

Totals 

23 

4 

13 

13 

15 

12 

40 

Closely  related  to  the  factors  of  greatest  advantage  and  disadvantage 
is  the  question  of  whether  the  relationship  is  worth  continuing.  To 
some  extent  replies  on  this  subject  measure  the  weight  given  to  values 
and  problems.  Asked  to  name  an  advantage,  any  librarian,  however  dis- 
satisfied,  can  probably  find  some  positive  value;   and,   equally,   one 


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269 


pleased  in  general  can  find  some  problem  when  questioned.  Whether 
the  values  outweigh  the  disadvantages  in  the  minds  of  the  librarians 
concerned  does  not  emerge  until  the  broader  question  is  asked. 

City  librarians'  responses  were  overwhelmingly  in  the  affirmative. 
All  but  two  felt  the  relationship  worth  continuing,  one  did  not  and  one 
was  not  sure.  Three  of  those  answering  affirmatively  felt  that  strong 
modifications  were  needed. 

The  majority  of  county  librarians  also  felt  affiliation  worth  contin- 
uing. Here,  however,  the  majority  was  not  so  great.  Out  of  40,  24 
answered  affirmatively,  but  six  of  these  felt  modifications  were  needed. 
Four  felt  the  arrangement  was  not  worth  continuing,  and  12  were  not 
sure.  These  responses  would  seem  to  indicate  that  the  difficulties  ex- 
perienced by  county  librarians  are  greater  than  those  of  city  librarians. 
They  may  also  reflect  the  fact  that  county  librarians  tend  to  be  more 
aware  of  the  financial  factor.  It  is  notable  that  the  "Not  sure"  re- 
sponses came  chiefiy  from  county  librarians  with  involuntary  affiliates 
(two  librarians  answering  with  regard  to  13  affiliates),  and  that  the 
involuntary  affiliates  themselves  all  felt  the  relationship  worth  contin- 
uing, even  though  three  had  reservations. 


TABLE  XX.     VIEWS  ON  DESIRABILITY  OF  CONTINUING  AFFILIATION 
A.  City  Librarians 


By  type 

By 

size 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

Yes 

19 

3 

13  a 

12 

13 

10" 

35 

No 

1 

-- 

-- 

1 

-- 

1 

Not  sure 

-- 

1 

-- 

-- 

1 

-- 

1 

Totals 

20  b 

4 

13 

13 

14  b 

10  b 

37  b 

»  strong  modifications  needed.  (3  librarians) 

b  Three  joint  operations  included  witii  county  responses. 


B.  County  Librarians 


By  type 

By 

size 

Prior 

Emergent 

Involun- 
tary 

Under 
3000 

3001- 
10,000 

Over 
10,000 

Total 

Yes 

19 

3  = 

2ti 

7 

8 

9" 

24 

No 

3 

1 

-- 

3 

1 

-- 

4 

Not  sure 

1 

-- 

11 

3 

6 

3 

12 

Totals 

23 

4 

13 

13 

15 

12 

40 

•=  strong  modiflcations  needed.  (1  librarian) 
"1  Strong  modifications  needed.  (2  librarians) 
®  Strong  modiflcations  needed.  (3  librarians) 


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VIII.  GEOGRAPHIC  CONSIDERATIONS 

The  preceding  tables  have  not  attempted  to  give  a  geographic  analy- 
sis. Type  of  affiliation  and  size  of  affiliate  seem  to  present  a  more  mean- 
ingful pattern  than  one  based  on  geography;  or  perhaps  more 
accurately,  type  and  size  occur  in  fairly  definite  geographic  areas,  so 
that  a  description  of  the  two  characteristics  can  readily  be  applied 
geographically. 

If  the  State  is  divided  into  North,  Central  region,  and  South,  with 
a  line  from  the  Bay  and  Sacramento  River  extended  to  the  Nevada 
line  as  the  upper  division,  and  the  straight  line  that  forms  the  southern 
boundary  of  San  Luis  Obispo,  Fresno  and  Inyo  Counties  as  the  lower, 
the  pattern  is  as  follows : 


TABLE  XXI.     GEOGRAPHIC  DISTRIBUTION  OF  AFFILIATED  LIBRARIES 


T. 

North 

T. 

Central 

T. 

South 

Prior 

Emerg. 

In  vol. 

Prior 

Emerg. 

Invol. 

Prior 

Emerg. 

Invol. 

T. 

Under 
3000 

6 

5 

1 

3 

3 

4 

1 

3 

13 

3001- 
10,000 

4 

3 

1 

.. 

5 

5 

.. 

_. 

6 

._ 

1 

5 

15 

Over 
10,000 

1 

1 

.. 

.. 

4 

3 

1 

.. 

7 

2 

_. 

5 

12 

Totals 

11 

9 

2 

- 

12 

11 

1 

-- 

17 

3 

1 

13 

40 

Thus,  the  most  common  type  of  affiliate  in  the  North  is  one  established 
previous  to  the  establishment  of  the  county  library  in  a  city  of  under 
3,000  population.  In  the  Central  area,  the  same  type  predominates  in  a 
city  of  between  3,000  and  10,000  population.  If  the  two  areas  are  con- 
sidered together,  as  distinct  from  what  is  generally  called  "Southern 
California,"  16  of  the  23  affiliates  are  "prior"  affiliates  in  cities  of 
under  10,000  population.  In  the  South,  10  of  the  17  affiliates  are  of  the 
involuntary  type  in  cities  of  over  3,000  population  with  half  of  the  10 
in  the  over  10,000  population  group. 


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IX.  SUMMARY  OF  FINDINGS  BY  TYPE  OF  AFFILIATE 

While  there  are  factors  common  to  all  affiliates,  and  some  that  occur 
to  a  greater  or  lesser  degree  regardless  of  type,  there  are  patterns  that 
do  seem  to  be  related  to  the  historic,  legal  or  financial  relationships  that 
differ  among  the  affiliated  libraries. 

1 .  Affiliates  Established  Before  County  Library 

This  type  of  affiliate  is  the  most  numerous,  accounting  for  23  of  the 
40  examples  studied.  Twenty  of  these  are  in  northern  and  central  Cali- 
fornia. Historically,  the  city  libraries  concerned  usually  became 
"branches"  of  newly-established  county  libraries,  normally  very  soon 
after  the  latter  was  formed.  Presumably  it  was  felt  that  existing  li- 
braries might  conveniently  and  economically  serve  as  county  library 
outlets,  while  at  the  same  time  benefiting  from  the  resources  of  the  new 
service. 

These  historic  facts  may  account  for  the  continued  payment  of 
"rent"  or  "salary  supplement"  or  both  by  several  counties  to  the  city 
or  city  librarian.  The  latter  was  considered  to  act  in  part  as  a  branch 
librarian  for  the  county,  and  space  in  the  city  building  was  used  by 
the  county  in  lieu  of  a  branch  maintained  by  -the  county. 

There  are  more  small  communities  represented  in  this  group — 17  of 
the  23  are  under  10,000  in  population,  and  9  under  3,000.  As  might  be 
expected,  there  are  fewer  professionally-trained  librarians  in  these 
affiliates — 6  out  of  the  23.  Only  half  the  affiliates  in  this  group  serving 
over  10,000  population  have  librarians  with  formal  professional 
training. 

Eleven  of  the  23 — almost  half — -have  written  contracts  with  the 
county.  This  number  includes  the  three  affiliated  libraries  that  are 
jointly  operated  under  one  city-county  librarian.  This  group  compares 
favorably  with  the  other  types  in  number  of  official  bodies  that  know 
and  approve  of  the  arrangement- — 10  of  the  23.  This  fact  is  probably 
related  to  the  existence  of  contract  arrangements,  the  development  of 
which  would  naturally  bring  the  details  to  official  attention. 

Ten  of  16  affiliates  of  this  type  reporting  received  over  half  their 
book  collections  from  the  county  library.  Only  6  of  17  reporting  had 
half  their  circulation  resulting  from  county  books.  Most  of  the  city 
librarians  felt  that  the  resources  of  the  county  library  constitute  the 
main  advantage  of  affiliation,  while  the  co-operative  aspect  (perhaps  a 
different  way  of  saying  the  same  thing,  though  a  wider  meaning  may 
be  present)  was  most  often  mentioned  by  the  county  librarians.  Most 
of  the  county  librarians  believe  they  would  give  more  books  and  serv- 
ices to  the  presently-affiliated  cities  if  there  were  no  affiliated  library, 
but  the  largest  number  of  negative  answers  on  this  point  comes  from 
county  librarians  serving  this  group.  They  are  probably  referring  to 
the  smaller  affiliates  which  receive  the  greater  part  of  their  existing 
resources  and  services  from  the  county. 


272  NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 

Six  of  the  city  librarians  either  feel  they  are  not  receiving  full  value 
from  county  library  tax  paid  by  their  citizens,  or  question  whether 
they  are.  Five  county  librarians  feel  affiliated  cities  are  not  receiving 
their  money's  worth.  Most  of  the  city  librarians,  as  in  all  types,  felt 
the  relationship  worth  continuing.  Three  of  the  county  librarians  serv- 
ing this  type  of  affiliate  did  not. 

Questions  about  city-county  library  relationships  seem  to  reveal  a 
difference  in  philosophy.  County  librarians  commenting  on  this  group 
most  often  mentioned  lack  of  authority  over  the  affiliate  as  the  chief 
problem,  while  isolation  or  lack  of  participation  was  most  often  men- 
tioned by  city  librarians.  County  librarians  tend  perhaps  to  expect 
affiliates  to  fit  into  the  general  branch-headquarters  pattern — in  line 
with  the  historic  idea  that  the  affiliate  became  indeed  a  "branch" — 
while  affiliated  librarians  (especially  those  with  professional  training) 
would  like  a  more  active  type  of  participation  or  partnership.  Only 
three  county  librarians,  commenting  on  this  group,  believed  the  affil- 
iated librarians  did  not  feel  that  they  were  part  of  a  system,  though 
11  confessed  that  they  did  not  know.  On  the  other  hand,  13  city  li- 
brarians felt  more  independent  than  part  of  a  system,  and  three  did 
not  attend  meetings  held  for  county  staff.  More  cordial  personal  rela- 
tionships existed  among  this  group  than  among  the  involuntary  affil- 
iates and  their  county  librarians,  but  a  larger  number  felt  their 
relationship  to  be  "not  close,"  than  "cordial." 

2.  Emergent  Affiliates 

As  there  were  only  four  of  this  type  at  the  time  of  the  study,  the 
sample  is  clearly  too  small  to  yield  any  clear  indication  of  the  char- 
acteristics of  the  "emergent  affiliate."  Historically,  there  have  been  a 
number  of  other  city  libraries  that  have  begun  as  county  branches  and 
later  established  affiliated  libraries.  Most  of  these,  however,  have  even- 
tually withdrawn  from  the  county  library  system  altogether,  at  least 
insofar  as  paying  the  county  library  tax  is  concerned.  Some  are  now 
large  cities,  e.g.  Burbank. 

Of  the  four  examples,  two  are  recently  established  libraries,  one  in 
a  large  metropolitan  area,  the  other  in  a  very  small  community.  Two 
are  much  older  and  in  medium-sized  places.  It  is  surprising,  in  view  of 
the  manner  of  their  establishment,  that  only  one  of  the  four  has  a  con- 
tract. Another,  however,  has  a  very  close  financial  accounting  arrange- 
ment. Only  one  reported  lack  of  information  on  the  part  of  city  officials, 
and  two  reported  that  officials  tend  to  question  the  arrangement. 

Three  receive  over  80  percent  of  their  books  from  the  county,  three 
city  librarians  say  they  get  their  money's  worth  (all  four  county 
librarians  believe  they  do),  three  feel  part  of  the  system,  three  feel  the 
arrangement  is  worth  continuing.  All  four  city  librarians  believe  re- 
sources are  the  greatest  advantage.  Two  also  have  professionally 
trained  librarians.  All  attend  county  meetings  if  they  are  held. 

This  type  of  affiliate  (on  the  basis  of  the  small  number  existing) 
seems  a  little  less  informal  than  the  previous  group.  Librarians  are 
better  informed.  Kelationships  seem  more  businesslike. 


VOLUME    57,    NO.    2,    SPRING,    1 962  273 

3.  Involuntary  AfRliafes 

Although  there  are  13  representatives  of  this  type,  only  two  counties 
are  involved.  Here  again,  therefore,  there  may  not  be  enough  of  a 
sample  to  provide  any  but  very  tentative  conclusions  as  to  the  char- 
acteristics. What  follows  is  a  description  of  existing  conditions  rather 
than  any  valid  general  conclusion. 

Less  service  is  generally  given  to  this  group.  In  all  but  one  case,  a 
small  percentage  of  affiliates'  books  comes  from  the  county  library, 
and  a  small  proportion  of  affiliates'  circulation  (again  with  one  excep- 
tion) is  of  county  books.  In  two  cases,  this  situation  was  expected  to 
change  very  soon. 

Five  city  librarians  expressed  themselves  as  satisfied  with  the  service, 
while  five  others  felt  it  to  be  slow,  inadequate,  or  both.  Five  mentioned 
resources  as  the  chief  advantage ;  six,  the  idea  of  a  library  system 
(again,  perhaps  another  way  of  saying  the  same  thing.)  All  city  li- 
brarians felt  the  arrangement  worth  continuing,  although  three  felt 
important  changes  were  needed.  Several  said  they  could  not  exist 
without  the  additional  resources  available.  In  spite  of  this  desire  to 
continue,  seven  city  librarians  felt  they  were  not  getting  full  value 
for  their  cities'  contribution  to  the  county  library,  or  questioned 
whether  they  were. 

Both  county  librarians  felt  that  the  cities  were  not  getting  their 
money's  worth,  and  both  found  administrative  difficulties — problems  of 
time  and  effort  required  to  deal  with  several  jurisdictions — the  chief 
problem.  Both  counties  question  whether  the  relationship  is  worth  con- 
tinuing, at  least  in  its  present  form.  They  tend  to  feel  that  the  greatest 
present  advantage  is  the  "good  feeling"  that  exists  among  the  li- 
braries, or  the  fact  that  some  sort  of  system  exists,  even  though  it  is 
not  satisfactory.  Separation,  they  feel,  would  be  less  so,  and  the  city 
librarians  agree.  Ten  cities  would  receive  more  from  the  county  if  they 
were  part  of  the  established  service  pattern,  three  about  the  same.  Most 
of  the  city  officials  involved  question  the  arrangements  somewhat. 

Two  cities  are  included  in  the  general  contract  negotiated  every  year 
between  the  county  and  the  (nonaffiliated^)  city  library  giving  county 
service.  Both  of  these  receive  money  payments  from  the  county's  appro- 
priation for  library  purposes.  Ten  of  the  cities  in  the  group  have  over 
3,000  population,  five  over  10,000. 

There  are  six  professionally  trained  librarians  in  these  cities,  all  in 
the  over  3,000  population  groups.  Relationships  are,  for  the  most  part, 
definitely  not  those  of  county  librarian  and  branch.  They  are  business- 
like arrangements  among  equals  or  at  least  independent  partners.  City 
librarians  in  this  group,  as  a  rule,  dislike  to  have  their  libraries  con- 
sidered "branches."  The  professionals  tend  to  be  most  critical  of  the 
county  library  service,  although  some  at  least  are  aware  of  the  prob- 
lems facing  the  county  librarians. 

3  According  to  the  arbitrary  definition  used ;  the  cities  involved — i.e.,  those  that  serve 
the  county  by  contract — do  contribute  financially  to  county  library  service. 


274  NEWS   NOTES   OP    CALIFORNIA   LIBRAEIES 

X.  SUMMARY  OF  FINDINGS  BY  SIZE  OF  AFFILIATE 

1 .  The  Smaller  Affiliates 

There  are  13  affiliated  libraries  in  cities  of  under  3,000  population. 
Nine  of  these  were  established  before  the  county  library,  and  naturally 
none  is  in  an  area  in  which  population  explosion  has  been  a  serious 
problem.  Obviously  cities  in  this  small  population  group  cannot  expect 
to  provide  adequate  library  service  independently,  and  in  fact  five  of 
the  nine  reporting  libraries  receive  over  half  their  books  from  the 
county  libraries,  seven  over  30  percent.  County  books  account  for  over 
half  the  circulation  of  three  of  the  nine,  and  for  over  30  percent  of 
the  circulation  of  six  of  the  nine.  Most  of  the  city  librarians  believe  they 
get  full  value  for  city  support  of  the  county  library,  and  none  definitely 
feels  that  the  city  does  not  get  full  value.  The  county  librarians,  how- 
ever, feel  that  five  of  the  cities  do  not  receive  full  value,  for  reasons 
outlined  earlier. 

Reciprocity  of  borrowing  privileges  is  the  general  rule  among  this 
group.  Most  city  librarians  attend  county  meetings  when  they  are  held. 
While  fewer  than  half  of  the  city  librarians  definitely  felt  their  libraries 
were  part  of  a  system,  more  had  this  feeling  among  this  population 
group  than  elsewhere. 

Cities  of  this  size  probably  have  as  a  rule  a  simpler  government  struc- 
ture and  may  have  a  greater  feeling  of  common  interest  with  the  rural 
area  than  obtains  in  the  larger  city.  These  characteristics  may  account 
for  the  fact  that  fewer  county  librarians  serving  affiliates  of  this  size 
found  administrative  red  tape  a  problem.  More  "not  interested"  offi- 
cials are  found  in  these  cities,  proportionally,  although  three  of  the 
13  affiliates  have  contracts.  There  is  only  one  professional  librarian  in 
an  affiliate  of  this  size. 

In  general,  this  size  of  affiliate  has  a  fairly  simple  relationship  with 
the  county,  with  fewer  problems.  A  larger  number  of  both  city  and 
county  librarians  could  find  no  problems  than  in  the  other  population 
groups.  The  relationship  is  clearly  one  of  dependency  in  most  cases, 
approximating  that  of  a  branch  in  some  respects.  At  least  four  of  the 
cities,  however,  have  made  rather  substantial  efforts  to  provide  good 
library  buildings. 

2.  The  Larger  Affiliafes 

The  12  affiliates  in  cities  of  over  10,000  population  present  quite  a 
different  picture.  Some  of  the  cities  are  considerably  over  the  10,000 
population  mark.  They  are  normally  in  more  densely  populated  and 
growing  parts  of  the  State  with  stronger  government  structures. 

Seven  of  the  12  have  professional  librarians,  a  fact  which  may  be 
related  to  other  characteristics.  (Most  of  the  nonprofessionals  are  in 
the  affiOliates  of  the  "prior"  type.)  There  is  less  "system  sentiment"  in 
this  group,  more  feeling  of  being  independent  with  an  additional  re- 
source available.  There  is  more  desire  to  be  listed  separately  in  NEWS 
NOTES,  more  criticism  of  old  or  inadequate  book  stock  available  from 
the  county. 

Seven  of  the  12  affiliates  have  contracts,  a  sizeable  number  of  officials 
are  aware  of  the  relationship.  County  librarians  find  administrative 
red  tape  to  be  the  major  problem. 


VOLUME    57,    NO.    2,    SPRING,    1 962  275 

Over  lialf  the  city  librarians  (omitting  the  two  city-county  librar- 
ians) felt  that  the  resources  of  the  county  library  constituted  the  chief 
advantage.  Slightly  less  than  one-third  listed  the  co-operative  aspect. 
The  emphasis  on  resources  probably  is  reflected  in  the  rather  surpris- 
ing proportions  of  book  stock  supplied  these  libraries  by  the  counties. 
Of  nine  cities  replying,  five  received  over  half  their  books,  and  six  over 
30  percent  of  their  books  from  the  county  library.  As  in  the  other  pop- 
ulation groups,  circulation  of  county  books  was  proportionately  less 
than  book  stock^of  seven  responding,  two  had  over  50  percent  of  the 
circulation  from  county  books,  and  four  over  30  percent. 

This  fairly  high  proportion  of  county  book  stock  seems  the  most 
notable  characteristic  of  this  group,  and  is  probably  accounted  for  by 
the  combination  of  contracts,  professional  librarians,  and  informed 
officials.  The  larger  affiliates  are  strong  enough  and  informed  enough 
to  ask  for  their  share  of  county  library  resources.  In  general,  too,  the 
counties  involved  are  larger,  richer  and  stronger,  and  thus  better  able 
to  provide  service  to  affiliates.  Two  of  the  three  joint  city-county  oper- 
ations are  in  cities  of  this  group. 

Nine  of  the  affiliates  would  receive  more  than  they  now  do  from  the 
county  if  there  were  no  city  library,  according  to  county  librarians. 
Half  the  county  librarians  do  not  believe  the  cities  are  receiving  full 
value  for  city  support  of  the  county  library,  for  reasons  indicated 
earlier.  Half  the  city  librarians  feel  they  do  get  full  value,  two  think 
not,  and  three  are  not  sure.  All  the  city  librarians  feel  the  relation- 
ship is  worth  continuing.  Three  county  librarians  are  not  sure,  but 
none  is  convinced  that  the  affiliation  should  cease.  Some  librarians  in 
both  groups  want  strong  modifications. 

Six  of  these  affiliates  have  recent  or  fairly  recent  buildings,  and 
others  have  well-kept  buildings  with  attractive  furniture  and  good 
equipment  as  a  rule. 


3.  The  "Middle-Sized"  Amiiafes 

The  medium-sized  affiliates  appear  to  be  the  problem  group.  To  over- 
simplify, they  are  large  enough  to  provide  some  service  of  their  own — 
enough  to  create  problems  of  duplication  of  books,  which  was  men- 
tioned most  often  as  a  problem  in  connection  with  this  group.  On  the 
other  hand,  they  are  not  apparently  strong  enough  officially  and  pro- 
fessionally to  negotiate  with  the  county  for  a  larger  share  of  county 
library  service. 

More  city  librarians  believe  they  are  not  getting  a  fair  return  for 
city  tax  contribution,  and  the  largest  proportion  of  county  librarians 
make  the  same  comment.  It  is  in  connection  with  this  group  that  the 
largest  number  of  county  librarians  question  whether  the  relationship 
is  worth  continuing.  More  city  librarians  lack  ' '  system  sentiment, ' '  and 
only  4  of  the  15  cities  have  contracts.  County  librarians  would  give 
more  service  to  a  larger  proportion  of  affiliates  in  this  group  if  they 
were  branches.  Where  meetings  are  held,  city  librarians  are  least  likely 
to  attend. 


276  NEWS   NOTES   OP    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 

In  addition  to  duplication,  slow  service  was  mentioned  more  by  city 
librarians  of  this  group  than  by  any  other.  Although  the  sample  is  too 
small  for  any  real  conclusion,  there  may  be  some  significance  to  the 
fact  that  two  of  the  four  emergent  affiliates  are  in  this  population 
range. 

XI.  GENERAL  CONCLUSION 

Is  affiliation  an  old-fashioned  relationship  that  has  outlived  whatever 
usefulness  it  might  once  have  had?  Is  it,  or  can  it  be,  a  satisfactory 
permanent  arrangement,  contributing  to  better  library  service  at  rea- 
sonable cost?  Or  is  it  neither  of  these  two,  but  an  acceptable  interim 
arrangement  during  a  period  of  transition  toward  more  satisfactory 
forms  of  library  service  ? 

No  definite  answers  can  be  given  to  these  questions  without  a  good 
deal  of  further  study.  But  it  should  be  clear,  from  the  data  given 
earlier,  that  "affiliation"  is  a  term  that  is  applied  to  widely  differing 
situations — and  that  therefore  few  if  any  conclusions  can  apply  to  all 
affiliates. 

Logically,  it  would  seem  reasonable  that  a  community  that  is  a  part 
of  a  county  library  system  ought  to  be  able  to  make  a  local  contribution 
(over  and  above  its  normal  payment  of  the  county  library  tax)  and 
thereby  provide  itself  with  a  higher  level  of  service.  This  would  appear 
to  be  the  expectation  of  those  communities  which  have  established 
local  libraries  while  remaining  a  part  of  the  county  system.  Such  a 
contribution  could  in  fact  be  made  without  the  establishment  of  an 
affiliate  under  existing  library  law.  Except  for  the  provision  of  build- 
ing, however,  localities  served  by  county  libraries  have  not  normally 
contributed  extra  sums  to  provide  more  service. 

Partly  on  the  basis  of  the  facts  given  above,  and  partly  from  per- 
sonal observation  and  impressions,  the  chief  symptom  of  trouble  in  the 
relationship  seems  to  be  lack  of  serious  effort  to  improve  it.  The  rela- 
tionship is  old;  conditions  have  changed.  Yet  in  relatively  few  in- 
stances has  there  been  any  conscious  attention  to  the  details  of  the 
arrangement  with  a  view  to  making  it  fair  and  making  it  work.  Irrita- 
tion and  impatience  have  been  present,  but  they  have  been  concerned 
too  much  with  surface  factors. 

There  are  notable  exceptions.  In  cases  where  librarians  have  really 
studied  the  situation  and  attempted  to  deal  creatively  with  it,  in  the 
interest  of  good  service,  reasonably  good  solutions  to  problems  have 
been  found.  There  are  evidences  that  study  and  creative  solutions  are 
developing  elsewhere.  In  only  one  case  has  an  honest  attempt  to  work 
out  problems  met  with  continued  frustration. 

The  word  "symptom"  was  used  above  to  describe  this  situation,  for 
behind  it  lies  a  larger  problem.  As  the  California  Library  Commis- 
sion's Reports  indicate,  county  libraries  in  general  are  not  as  well  sup- 
ported as  are  many  municipal  libraries.  County  librarians  do  not  have 
time  to  devote  to  this  problem;  they  do  not  have  staff  and  books  and 
equipment  to  enable  them  to  give  more  to  their  affiliates.  Until  this 
lack  of  support  is  remedied,  the  service  cannot  be  expected  to  improve 
substantially. 


VOLUME    ^J^    NO.    2,    SPRING,    1 962  277 

As  we  have  seen,  the  relationship  is  better  where  the  county  libraries 
are  larger.  It  is  also  better  where  the  affiliates  are  smaller  and  more 
aware  of  a  large  measure  of  dependence.  It  is  best  in  the  three  situa- 
tions where  the  affiliate  is  in  the  county  seat  and  consolidated  to  some 
extent  with  the  county  library,  under  one  administrator. 

The  following  are  observations  and  recommendations  on  specific 
points : 

Except  perhaps  in  the  case  of  very  small  affiliates,  contracts  seem  to 
improve  affiliation.  Where  contracts  exist,  it  is  important  that  city 
officials  understand  the  value  of  the  intangible  services  given  by  the 
county.  And  it  is  urgent  that  the  county  place  full  value  on  these 
services.  Contract  negotiations  may  well  result  in  questioning  of  pro- 
cedures by  city  officials,  and  this  questioning  may  in  some  cases  reveal 
old-fashioned  or  inefficient  methods  of  operation  in  county  libraries. 
Hard  as  this  may  seem  to  county  librarians  and  other  officials,  in  the 
long  run  it  may  prove  a  benefit.  In  making  contracts,  it  seems  necessary 
to  have  a  specific  sum  to  represent  city  contributions  to  the  county 
library  tax.  Either  the  previous  year's  total  or  an  estimate  might  be 
used. 


Fringe-area  service: 

There  is  some  confusion  among  both  city  and  county  librarians  about 
service  by  affiliated  city  libraries  to  county  residents  in  fringe  areas. 
In  a  number  of  cases  one  or  both  of  the  librarians  has  believed  that  the 
county  books  are  placed  in  the  affiliated  library  in  return  for  such 
fringe-area  service.  This  is  only  partly  true;  if  the  city  serves  the 
fringe  area  to  any  extent,  it  should  be  repaid  in  some  manner  by  the 
county  which  would  otherwise  have  to  make  other  provisions  to  serve 
this  group.  But  the  residents  of  the  city  itself  are  entitled  to  receive 
county  library  service  not  by  virtue  of  paying  for  service  to  the  fringe 
area,  but  by  virtue  of  paying  the  county  library  tax.  This  payment 
entitles  them  to  use  in  addition  all  resources  of  any  county  branch  or 
headquarters  itself.  An  exception  exists  in  the  case  of  the  two  city 
libraries  which  serve  involuntary  affiliates  by  contract.  While  in  both 
cases,  the  library  services  of  the  central  city  library  are  available  to  all 
county  residents,  including  those  who  live  in  affiliated  cities,  these  cities 
do  not  appear  to  be  receiving  sufficient  reimbursement  from  the  county. 
Ceasing  to  give  reciprocal  service  would  not  be  the  answer  to  this  prob- 
lem, but  a  backward  step. 

Relationships  among  librarians: 

It  seems  clear  that  city  librarians  do  not  consider  themselves  as 
branch  librarians,  except  perhaps  in  a  few  of  the  smaller  affiliates. 
Better  relationships  might  result  if  county  librarians  would  fully  and 
consciously  accept  the  fact  that  they  are  not  in  fact  branch  librarians 
and  affiliates  not  branches. 


278  NEWS   NOTES   OP    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 

Reader  service: 

As  some  of  tlie  service  given  to  users  of  affiliated  libraries  is  to 
fringe-area  residents,  and  as  all  is  to  people  who  pay  tlie  county  library 
tax,  it  is  natural  that  county  librarians  feel  in  some  measure  responsible 
for  its  quality.  In  some  situations  there  is  no  problem,  as  the  quality 
of  service  is  good.  In  all  cases,  attendance  at  meetings,  with  carefully 
planned  programs  to  improve  service  at  all  outlets,  would  help.  In 
counties  with  strong  librarians  in  some  affiliated  libraries,  the  contribu- 
tion of  the  city  librarians  to  such  meetings  could  be  great  if  such  con- 
tributions were  welcomed,  and  if  city  librarians  assisted  in  planning 
the  meetings. 

Boots: 

Some  librarians  have  solved  the  problem  of  unwanted  duplicates  in 
shipments;  others  could  surely  do  so.  Separate  shelving  is  confusing 
to  readers  and  makes  unnecessary  difficulties  for  librarians.  Affiliates 
serving  fairly  large  populations  suffer  when  books  are  constantly  with- 
drawn from  their  shelves  to  meet  requests — a  fact  that  also  makes  a 
problem  when  catalog  cards  must  be  withdrawn.  It  should  not  be  im- 
possible to  devise  a  system  whereby  books  are  located  semipermanently 
in  affiliated  libraries  and  returned  there  automatically  when  requests 
have  been  filled.  In  such  a  case,  cards  would  not  have  to  be  withdrawn 
from  affiliates'  catalogs.  Larger  affiliates  frequently  add  titles  not  in 
the  county  collection,  j^et  seldom  is  there  any  record  at  the  county 
library  of  such  resources,  even  though  the  city  library  would  be  glad 
to  lend  the  books  to  county  borrowers.  Such  a  record  could  automatic- 
ally result  from  centralized  purchasing  (not  selection).  If  officials 
could  be  persuaded  to  allow  purchasing  by  another  jurisdiction,  cen- 
tralized processing  and  larger  discounts  might  also  be  possible.  This 
difficulty  has  been  overcome  in  the  case  of  processing  centers  and  is 
not  insuperable.  County  books  on  the  shelves  of  affiliates  are  not  always 
useful  titles,  and  not  all  records  of  numbers  of  books  in  affiliates  are 
up-to-date.  On  the  other  hand,  city  librarians  may  not  always  realize 
the  usefulness  of  what  has  been  supplied  by  the  county.  Meetings  may 
help  to  solve  this  problem. 

Personnel: 

In  a  few  cases  personnel  supplied  by  county  libraries  to  affiliates 
work  well  under  the  supervision  of  the  city  librarian.  However,  this 
type  of  arrangement  can  produce  problems  for  both  sides.  Working 
conditions,  for  example,  may  be  different  in  the  two  jurisdictions,  vaca- 
tions, hours,  holidays,  etc.,  may  vary.  It  seems  therefore  better,  all 
things  considered,  that  the  county  pay  the  city  for  the  salaries  of  staff 
it  supplies  to  an  affiliate,  so  that  the  individuals  concerned  will  clearly 
be  paid  by  and  working  for  the  city.  There  is  a  feeling,  generally  well- 
founded,  among  county  librarians,  that  money  payments  to  cities  with 
affiliated  libraries  defeat  the  purpose  of  affiliation,  and  that  service  and 
not  cash  should  be  provided.  In  the  case  of  staff  and  salaries,  however, 
if  the  money  payments  are  clearly  earmarked,  this  objection  does  not 
seem  important. 


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Statistics: 

The  problem  of  circulation  statistics  is  part  of  a  larger  one  that  will 
become  more  acute  as  co-operative  systems  and  other  contract  arrange- 
ments increase.  If  County  Library  A  contracts  with  (nonaffiliated) 
City  Library  B  to  serve  the  fringe  area,  the  circulation  is  counted  by 
Library  B  as  a  matter  of  course.  Yet  the  service  is  paid  for  by  Library 
A,  whose  officials  naturally  want  their  constituents  to  know  that  they 
have  made  this  provision.  If  Library  C,  a  member  of  a  co-operative 
system,  borrows  a  book  from  Library  D  of  the  same  system  and  in 
turn  lends  it  to  a  reader,  the  circulation  may  be  counted  at  both  points. 
Statewide  and  systemwide  statistics  may  thus  be  distorted.  The  desire 
of  both  sides  in  each  of  these  examples  to  count  the  circulation  is 
natural,  and  is  similar  to  the  desire  of  both  parties  in  the  case  of  affilia- 
tion. One  obvious  answer  to  this  question  is  to  place  less  emphasis  on 
circulation  statistics,  which  do  not  in  any  case  reflect  total  library 
service.  Such  a  change  in  emphasis  would  require  re-education  of  many 
officials  and  not  a  few  librarians.  Some  change  is  surely  needed.  An 
ALA  committee  is  now  studying  library  statistics  and  may  discover 
ways  of  meeting  the  problem. 

The  questions  posed  at  the  beginning  of  this  chapter  remain  to  be 
answered.  They  cannot  be  answered  with  any  certainty,  but  affiliation 
would  have  a  better  chance  of  being  a  fruitful  relationship  if  the  prob- 
lems cited  above  were  attacked  vigorously  and  imaginatively,  either  in 
the  ways  suggested  or  in  others  more  suited  to  the  individual  situation. 

For  the  very  small  city  library,  affiliation  comes  close  to  fulfilling 
the  purpose  of  enabling  the  city  to  have  county  library  service  plus 
something  more.  Most  small  affiliates  with  better  buildings  and  longer 
hours  than  the  county  could  provide  are  better  off  than  they  would  be 
if  they  were  completely  independent,  or  county  branches. 

The  new  systems  now  in  existence  that  include  county  libraries  with 
affiliates  among  their  members  will  eventually  demonstrate  whether  this 
relationship-within-a-relationship  is  desirable.  At  the  present  time  it 
appears  that  the  small  affiliate  in  a  system  needs  the  county  resources 
and  is  in  a  better  position  than  the  small  independent  city  in  the  same 
system.  As  systems  develop,  this  situation  may  change. 

Affiliation  is  an  old  relationship.  Some  attitudes  of  those  who  are  a 
part  of  it  need  revision.  Some  of  its  characteristics  probably  have  out- 
lived their  usefulness  and  should  be  abandoned  or  modernized.  Whether 
affiliation  can  be  a  satisfactory  permanent  arrangement  for  both  sides 
can  be  determined  only  after  steps  are  taken  to  make  it  satisfactory. 
In  the  meantime,  pending  these  efforts  and  the  results  of  the  experi- 
ments now  going  on  in  the  new  systems,  it  seems  unnecessarily  drastic 
to  sever  these  ties,  especially  as  most  of  the  librarians  themselves  have 
no  wish  to  do  so.  Efforts  to  make  affiliation  more  satisfactory  will  be 
valuable  for  their  own  sake,  and  even  if  the  ultimate  arrangement  is 
amicable  separation  and  reunion  in  a  larger  but  looser  library  co-opera- 
tive with  more  members,  the  efforts  toward  improved  affiliation  will 
not  be  wasted,  but  will  be  helpful  in  the  planning  and  organizing  of 
the  library  service  pattern  of  the  future. 


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BORROWING  FROM  OTHER  LIBRARIES 

By  Carleton  Kenyan  * 

Lato  Librarian 
California  State  Library 

When  I  first  found  out  the  nature  of  the  topic  assigned  to  me,  my 
first  thought  stopped  on  the  word  "borrowing"  .  .  .  and  this  led  to  a 
pleasant  feeling  that  I  would  be  up-to-date  and  knowledgeable  on  the 
subject  since  I  had  just  finished  reading  three  books  on  borrowing. 
However,  these  books  were  read  aloud  to  three  avid  fans  of  Mary 
Norton  and  were  entitled  The  Borrowers,  The  Borrowers  Afield,  and 
The  Borrowers  Afloat.  You  see,  borrowers  are  "English  gremlins," 
about  the  size  of  pencils,  who  live  in  venerable  houses  and  make  their 
livelihood  using  and  living  on  the  goods  of  humans,  i.e.  borrowing.  My 
children  do  not  quite  disbelieve  that  a  lost  button  hasn't  become  a 
wash  basin  or  a  spool  a  table,  somewhere  behind  the  walls  or  under  the 
floor.  Anyway,  after  reading  over  the  rest  of  the  program  I  came  to 
the  conclusion  that  this  kind  of  borrowing  wasn't  intended  as  the  sub- 
ject of  my  talk. 

I  assume  we  are  all  borrowers  from  other  libraries,  some  more  so  than 
others,  but  this  discussion  is  made  primarily  from  the  viewpoint  of  the 
lender.  My  position  in  the  last  two  years  has  been  in  a  law  library, 
the  main  purpose  of  which  is  to  provide  books  for  borrowing  by  other 
libraries.  In  this  regard  the  Shakespearean  admonition  "Neither  a 
borrower  nor  a  lender  be ' '  cannot  apply. 

It  is  common  knowledge  that  libraries  must  join  in  co-operative, 
interlibrary  endeavors.  Also,  it  is  a  canon  of  librarianship  that  librar- 
ians must  be  fully  cognizant  of  the  functions  and  services  available 
from  other  libraries,  both  local  and  beyond.  It  is  not  only  a  professional 
duty  but  a  practical  necessity  for  a  librarian,  holding  himself  before 
the  public  in  a  service  capacity,  to  utilize  all  the  resources  available 
outside  his  own  institution. 

Co-operative  efforts  among  libraries  may  take  many  forms,  among 
which  are  the  following : 

1.  Joint  storage  of  little-used  material. 

2.  Joint  acquisition  programs. 

3.  Bibliographical    control,    such    as    centralized    cataloging    and 

union  lists  of  holdings. 

4.  Exchange  of  duplicates. 

5.  Joint  microreproduction  programs. 

6.  Professional  aid,  e.g.  consultation  and  advisory  services. 

7.  Photoduplication. 

8.  Interlibrary  loans. 

Even  the  best  equipped  library  is  subject,  sooner  or  later,  to  demands 
upon  its  collection  which  it  cannot  supply.  Rather  than  drop  the  matter 
at  that  point,  it  is  incumbent  upon  the  librarian  to  seek  intelligent  aid 
from  another  library  or  libraries.  A  certain  court  law  library  in  the 

*  Paper  delivered  at  Institute  of  Law  Librarianship,  April  6,  1962,  Los  Angeles,  spon- 
sored by  the  Southern  California  Chapter  of  the  American  Association  of  Law 
Libraries. 


282  NEWS   NOTES   OF    CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 

San  Francisco  area  is  notorious  for  its  refusal  to  participate  in  any 
joint  endeavor  with  other  law  libraries.  The  reason  given  is  dislike  of 
outside  "snooping."  As  a  result  of  this  aloof  position,  the  library  has 
restricted  itself  to  a  narrow  base,  since  it  isn't  by  any  means  large  in 
book  stock,  and  has  thereby  injured  the  quality  and  quantity  of  service, 
and  ultimately  the  administration  of  justice.  The  same  situation  ob- 
tains in  other  libraries  which  lack  proper  administration  or  have  prac- 
tically no  administration  at  all.  The  principle — that  what  one  does  not 
have  isn't  missed — which  is  involved  in  the  size  of  a  book  collection, 
applies  to  interlibrary  co-operation  as  well. 

Borrowing  from  other  libraries  involves  several  forms  of  co-operative 
effort.  Essentially,  it  takes  the  form  of  interlibrary  loan  of  materials, 
union  lists  and  photoduplication  services.  Interlibrary  loan  is  an  effort 
to  extend  the  range  of  a  collection,  especially  in  the  area  of  the  least 
used  kinds  of  items,  by  pooling  resources.  Union  lists  exist  to  channel 
users  to  the  libraries  where  certain  material  is  housed,  and  secondarily 
to  provide  a  record  for  interlibrary  loans.  Photoduplication  makes  li- 
brary material  available  when  direct  use  cannot  be  offered,  and  when 
it  is  more  feasible  and  less  costly  to  send  photoduplicates  than  originals. 

Interlibrary  loan  involves  many  problems. 

1.  The  large  versus  the  small  library  relationship.  The  primary 
burden  of  workload  and  temporary  nonuse  of  material  is  thrown 
on  the  large  library.  This  requires  borrowing  libraries  to  use  a 
a  fair  balance  in  requests,  and  to  strive  for  consideration  and 
co-operation.  Large  libraries  must  have  a  spirit  of  generosity 
and  noblesse  oblige,  and  in  turn,  the  small  library  must  tailor 
requests  to  nonfrequent  demands  and  make  full  use  of  all  its 
resources. 

2.  Type  of  library,  whether  private,  public,  university,  or  court. 
Here  the  borrowing  library  must  know  individual  library  situa- 
tions, their  services  and  their  policies.  Public  libraries  should  be 
used  as  a  first  recourse.  Some  libraries  view  other  institutions 
as  rivals  (this  is  a  good  point  in  building  a  collection)  and  thus 
view  any  co-operative  effort  as  a  restraint  on  complete  freedom 
for  their  library. 

3.  The  mechanics  of  operation,  e.g.  methods  of  borrowing,  payment 
of  costs,  use  of  photoreproduction  in  place  of  item  lending  and 
control  exercised  over  loaned  items.  Cost  is  a  factor.  Inter- 
library  loan  is  an  important  service.  However,  it  is  expensive 
both  for  the  lending  and  borrowing  library. 

An  often-repeated  admonition,  and  one  which  bears  continual  repeti- 
tion, is  that  it  is  necessary  to  verify  the  sought-for  item  and  to  render 
it  as  bibliographically  complete  as  possible  before  initiating  a  request. 
Other  libraries  shouldn  't  be  burdened  with  a  request  in  garbled  form ; 
the  responsibility  is  on  the  requesting  library  to  screen  these  requests 
and  not  "pass  on  this  responsibility."  E.g.,  one  of  the  most  frequent 
requests  to  the  State  Law  Library  is  for  legislative  histories  of  a  spe- 
cific code  section.  In  this  case  what  is  expected — debates,  committee  re- 
ports, or  committee  hearings?  Generally  speaking,  it  is  the  local  librar- 
ian's responsibility  to  solve  this;  it  is  not  the  sort  of  question  that 


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should  be  passed  on  to  another  library  which  might  have  a  mysterious 
source  of  knowledge.  In  other  words,  proper  screening  of  requests  is 
necessary.  I'm  sure  many  of  you  can  relate  similar  experiences.  What 
is  also  very  important,  both  for  interlibrary  requests  and  reference 
questions,  is  to  give  the  source  of  citation. 

After  full  and  complete  details  are  listed,  local  resources  should  be 
exhausted  before  seeking  to  borrow  from  outside  the  local  area.  Non- 
local borrowing  should  not  be  a  grapeshot  operation  but  a  sharpshoot- 
ing,  knowledgeable  pursuit.  Use  should  be  made  of  union  lists;  any 
local  or  special  lists,  regional,  state  and  special,  like  Union  List  of 
Serials,  New  Serial  Titles,  National  Union  Catalog,  library  holding 
catalogs,  special  lists  like  foreign  periodical  holdings  in  California  (35 
Jouryial  of  the  State  Bar  743),  American  law  library  holdings  (45  Law 
Library  Journal  145),  U.S.  Supreme  Court  records  and  briefs  locations 
(40  Law  Library  Journal  82),  Ash's  Subject  Collections  (1961),  and 
A  Guide  to  Special  Book  Collections  and  Library  and  Reference  Facili- 
ties in  the  Area  of  the  District  of  Columbia  (1959). 

Federal  government  depositories  are  listed  in  the  September  issue  of 
the  U.S.  Catalog  of  Monthly  Publications.  This  is  also  a  valuable  source 
for  checking  government  publications,  many  of  use  to  law  libraries.  The 
newly  added  section  of  the  Weekly  Law  Digest,  "Selected  United 
States  Government  Publications,"  culls  government  documents  for  the 
legal  profession.  State  government  depositories  are  listed  in  the  annual 
listing  of  the  California  State  Publications.  Since  1961,  law  libraries 
have  been  able  to  become  depositories  over  and  above  the  selected  de- 
positories. 

Procedures  and  policy  should  be  known,  as  much  as  possible,  to  a 
library  requesting  to  borrow.  Operations  in  this  field  vary  from  library 
to  library,  although  supposedly  the  General  Interlibrary  Loan  Code, 
approved  by  the  American  Association  of  Law  Libraries,  is  tollowed. 
Lending  policies,  though,  are  framed  on  a  library  to  library  basis.  The 
directory  of  interlibrary  loan  facilities  of  law  libraries  (46  Law  Library 
Journal  14)  runs  through  the  gamut  of  the  "each  case  considered  on 
its  merits"  bases  of  the  general  rule — reciprocating  libraries,  state 
libraries,  graduate  students,  judges,  noncurrent  only,  more  than  one 
copy;  not  lent— are  rare,  reference  (which  means  the  same  as  on  its 
merits),  current  statutes,  periodicals,  looseleaf  services,  student's  texts, 
casebooks,  appeal  papers,  digests,  citators,  encyclopedias,  serials,  re- 
ports, form  books — what  is  left  in  a  library  to  lend  ? 

I  don't  believe  most  of  the  libraries  mean  exactly  all  of  the  negative- 
ness  involved  in  the  enumerated  nonlending  items.  Their  informal 
policy  is  much  more  liberal.  In  many  cases  it  is  the  old  saw  about  whom 
you  know.  On  the  whole,  law  libraries  are  most  willing  to  go  to  great 
extents  to  aid  other  law  libraries  by  the  loan  of  an  occasional  book, 
but  this  service  is  not  broadcast,  nor  is  it  felt  to  be  an  obligation. 

Local  areas  have  tried  to  come  up  with  their  own  codes.  The  Chicago 
Association  of  Law  Libraries  in  1951  (44  Law  Library  Journal  313), 
as  part  of  a  co-operative  program,  issued  a  code,  not  too  specific,  on  use 
of  other  libraries,  interlibrary  loans  and  direct  loans. 

I  suppose  what  are  most  needed  are  area  co-operative  projects,  in 
each  of  which  an  operation  manual  is  produced  giving  specific  rules 


284  NEWS   NOTES    OF    CALIFORNIA   LIBRARIES 

and  kinds  of  service  available  from  libraries  in  tbe  area,  with  a  follow- 
up  system  that  would  keep  these  libraries  aware  of  changes.  Or  possibly 
a  central  referral  service  could  be  established  whereby  requests  might 
be  channeled  to  the  appropriate  library  or  libraries. 

Earl  Borgeson,  Librarian  of  Harvard  University  Law  Library,  re- 
cently made  the  following  statement :  ' '  the  Harvard  Law  School  Li- 
brary does  offer  and  does  provide  to  the  legal  profession  its  total  library 
resources";  and  also:  "the  total  resource  of  the  Harvard  Law  School 
Library  are  at  the  disposal  of  any  member  of  the  legal  profession." 
Further,  in  the  Annual  Legal  Bibliography  published  at  this  library 
there  is  the  statement  that  the  items  listed  are  "available  on  inter- 
library  loan."  These  pronouncements  sound  wonderful  and  provide  a 
welcome  answer  for  many  of  the  requests  which  the  State  Law  Library 
cannot  fill.  However,  I  wondered  if,  practically  speaking,  these  state- 
ments should  perhaps  be  prefaced  by  "first  loyalty  to  Harvard,  Har- 
vard alumni,  Cambridge  residents  and  then  others  in  decreasing  pro- 
portion"? To  learn  more,  I  wrote  Mr.  Borgeson  to  ask  him  to  amplify 
these  statements,  and  I  listed  specific  items  which  the  State  Law  Library 
could  not  handle,  and  asked  if  his  library  would  lend  these  items  to 
us.  I  received  a  reply  to  the  effect  that  although  the  Harvard  Law 
School  Library  desires  to  serve  as  great  an  audience  as  possible,  and 
are  so  orientating  their  program,  and  while  the  school  wishes  to  meet 
the  needs  that  are  not  met  by  law  library  resources  more  convenient  to 
the  borrower,  practical  limitations  must  be  recognized,  i.e.,  "our  pri- 
mary audience,  our  students  and  faculty,  must  be  served  first."  Certain 
materials  will  not  circulate  but  photocopy  service  is  offered  where 
applicable.  It  makes  a  difference  whether  the  audience  served  is  a 
governmental  agency,  academic  persons,  or,  in  the  case  of  a  library, 
the  nature  of  the  library  requesting.  The  general  rule,  "each  case  on 
its  own  merits,"  is  the  basic  rule  observed  in  interlibrary  lending  by 
Harvard.  Needless  to  say,  most  of  the  materials  requested  in  my  list 
were  unavailable  for  borrowing,  and  my  hopes  of  looking  toward  this 
library  as  a  source  of  generous  interlibrary  loans  were  shattered. 

Theoretically  if  a  book  exists  in  the  State  of  California  it  is  available 
through  any  local  library  borrowing  from  other  libraries.  The  responsi- 
bility of  the  State  Library  is  definite:  it  shall  make  available  all  but 
certain  basic  items,  such  as  novels,  children's  and  medical  books,  to 
any  library  in  the  State,  thereby  serving  every  citizen  of  the  State. 
The  State  Library  policy  is  grandiosely  and  continually  announced  as 
maintenance  of  a  collection  supplemental  to  the  other  public  library 
collections  in  the  State.  This  is,  of  course,  an  overstatement  in  light 
of  the  collections '  of  some  metropolitan  libraries.  Also,  through  the 
oldest  union  catalog  in  the  United  States  (1909)  holdings  of  public 
libraries  are  recorded.  This  does  not  include  law  libraries  but  only 
those  law  books  incidentally  acquired  by  general  public  libraries. 

Actually  the  State  Library  is  a  mixture  of  extension  service  and 
interlibrary  loan  service  because : 

(1)  Except  in  certain  cases,  materials  are  not  directly  loaned  to 
individuals,  but  only  to  local  libraries. 

(2)  Reference  books  and  certain  other  items  cannot  be  circulated. 


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In  practice,  the  State  Library  cannot  perform  effective  interlibrary 
loan  service,  for  this  is  beyond  past  and  present  financial  means.  Not 
only  is  the  State  Library  bereft  of  the  necessary  funds- — and  this  in- 
cludes the  State  Law  Library — for  acquisition  of  single  copies,  but  also 
for  the  multiple  copies  necessary  for  such  effective  operations.  Good 
service  requires  money  for  books,  materials  and  personnel,  and  these 
are  woefully  lacking.  The  State  Library  does  function  fairly  well  for 
nonmetropolitan  libraries  and  especially  those  in  the  northern  part  of 
the  State.  It  has  little  to  offer  the  tremendous  book-stocked  resources 
of  the  Los  Angeles  and  San  Francisco  areas  except  in  cases  where  free 
interchange  is  impeded  or  the  local  librarians  aren't  aware  of  local 
facilities. 

The  State  Law  Library,  as  part  of  the  State  Library,  fits  into  the 
same  pattern.  We  are  not  the  "Mother  Lode  of  law  libraries."  Our 
budget  prevents  proper  acquistion  of  books  and  materials,  and  person- 
nel. "We  are  actually  several  law  libraries  in  our  services,  but  are  unable 
to  fulfill  all  or  any  well : 

(1)  Keference  library  to  the  Legislature,  state  officers  and  employees 
in  all  branches  of  government. 

(2)  Circulation  library  for : 

(A)  Local  bench  and  bar,  state  and  federal  courts,  direct  loan 
to  state  employees  and  Sacramento  residents. 

(B)  Interlibrary  loan  resource  for  law  libraries,  general  public 
libraries,  school  and  college  libraries,  and  prison  and  other 
institutional  libraries  of  the  State  as  a  whole. 

Bach  service  requires  similar  basic  items  and,  with  one  copy  pre- 
scribed by  circumstances,  we  are  bound  to  run  into  "messy"  situations. 

In  1960-61  circulation  outside  the  State  Library  building  was,  by 
type  of  borrowing  agency : 

Local  loans 6,191 

Interlibrary 1,287 

Prisons   3,577 

Total 11,055 

Among  our  most  frequent  borrowers  are  the  county  law  libraries,  the 
Continuing  Education  of  the  Bar  Library  and  others  through  the 
county  and  public  libraries,  since  there  is  no  law  librarian  present  in 
most  counties,  the  Nevada  State  Library,  other  state  supreme  court  and 
state  libraries,  law  firms,  county  jails,  colleges,  and  public  libraries. 
Small  attention  is  given  to  unverified  requests,  to  those  showing  no 
bibliographical  pre-search,  and  to  prison  requests.  Where  possible, 
reference  is  made  to  a  local  library.  A  photoduplicate  is  offered 
(copease,  thermofax  and  photostat)  in  place  of  the  original  item, 
within  copyright  limitations.  And  substitutions  and  excerpts  from 
requested  material  are  often  sent — state  editions  of  codes  and  pam- 
phlet laws,  federal  and  state  pamphlet  laws,  slip  laws,  advance  sheets 
retained  to  form  a  duplicate  copy,  session  law  rather  than  code  section. 
The    method    doesn't    work    in    all    cases,    but    through    "scrounging 


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around"  the  contents  of  many  noneirculated  materials  are  made  avail- 
able on  loan. 

We  do  not  use  or  promote  use  of  the  American  Library  Association 
Interlibrary  Loan  Eequest  form.  This  is  because  our  circulation  is  a 
quantity  production  and  these  forms  cannot  be  used  for  charge-outs. 
Therefore,  we  use  our  own  forms,  keep  a  mailing  address  and  stamp  for 
each  institution,  supply  them  with  the  forms,  and  require  that  no 
shipping  payment  be  made  but  that  the  borrowers  mail  the  books 
back.  Our  loan  period  is  generous  and  prescribed  by  Administrative 
Code. 

I  am  continually  dismayed  at  the  public  relations  failure  of  the  State 
Library.  The  responsibility  for  interlibrary  loan  makes  the  State  Li- 
brary a  unique  institution.  (By  legislative  enactment  it  is  actually 
intralibrary  loan  since  this  service  is  not  an  adjunct  but  the  primary 
purpose  of  the  State  Library.  It  places  the  agency  in  a  libraries '  library 
role.)  However,  this  service  is  certainly  not  widely  known  to  law  librar- 
ies, and  even  less  so  to  the  bench  and  bar.  Frequent  letters  and  tele- 
phone calls  from  the  individual  members  of  bench  and  bar  for  requests 
attest  to  this  fact.  The  liberality  of  loan  evokes  amazement  from  the 
potential  borrower.  However,  the  State  Library  is  in  a  dilemma.  Im- 
proved library  service  through  increased  finances — and  thereby  more 
books,  materials  and  staif — stimulates  increased  demand  for  service, 
and  thus  creates  new  problems.  As  the  collection  grows,  unit  costs  tend 
to  increase  at  a  higher  rate — the  acquisitions,  bibliographical  checking, 
and  cataloging  are  more  complex,  the  public  service  cost  rises.  Mass 
production  techniques  are  as  yet  not  available  for  practical  use.  The 
State  Library  is  a  sort  of  waif  in  the  State  system  for  it  is  connected 
with  no  university,  court  or  filing  fee  and  is  only  tacked  on  to  Depart- 
ment of  Education.  Requests  for  increased  budgets  receive  nominal 
support  from  some  libraries  of  the  State,  but  generally  none  from  the 
remainder.  The  blame  cannot  rest  entirely  on  the  State  Library  itself, 
but  is  a  part  of  a  statewide  library  problem. 

In  summary,  interlibrary  loan  is  a  valuable  device  to  extend  the 
resources  of  all  libraries.  Its  use  should  be  employed  as  far  as  possible, 
but  with  the  admonition  to  borrowers,  except  for  state  and  public  li- 
braries, that  it  is  considered  a  privilege  and  a  courtesy,  not  a  right, 
and  should  not  be  abused.  A  librarian  should  first  of  all  know  the  hold- 
ings, services,  policies  and  procedures  of  local  libraries  in  his  area  (and 
where  feasible  enter  into  agreements,  such  as  payment  for  use)  as  a 
necessary  part  of  his  professional  know-how.  California  libraries  should 
be  used  next  in  order,  with  the  national  library  the  last  resort.  Requests 
should  be  intelligently  placed  and  full  bibliographical  data  and  verifi- 
cation given  for  a  specific  request.  For  the  lender,  it  would  be  well  if 
some  of  the  dedicated  service  accorded  his  clientele  would  filter  into 
interlibrary  co-operation.  One  of  the  objectives  of  the  A  ALL  is  to 
''foster  the  spirit  of  co-operation  among  members  of  the  profession" 
and  surely  interlibrary  loan  is  one  of  the  first  in  rank.  For  I  have  found 
it  a  wonderful  experience  to  be  able  to  provide  material  for  all  kinds 
and  types  of  libraries. 


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CALIFORNIA  STATE 
LIBRARY  STAFF 

■  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh, 

State  Lihrarian 
m  Mrs.  Phyllis  I.  Dalton, 

Assistant  State  LihraTian 

■  Arlene  Hope,  Principal  Lihra- 

rian, Library  Consultant 
Services 
a  Florence  E.  Biller, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Shirley  Brother, 

Library  Consultant 

■  M.  Virginia  Hughes, 

Library  Consultant 
u  Margaret  J.  Ward, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Barbara  L.  Wynn, 

Library  Consultant 

■  Carleton  W.  Kenyon, 

Law  Librarian 

■  Constance  E.  Lee,  Principal 

Librarian,  Reader  Services 
u  Mrs.  Mabel  Chorley, 

Circulation  Section 
u  Richard  H.  DOlon, 

Sutro  Library 

■  Allan  R.  Ottley, 

California  Section 

■  Eugene  L.  Pilce, 

Reference  Section 

■  Mary  E.  Schell,  Government 

Publications  Section 

■  Mrs.  Virginia  S.  Simpson, 

Books  for  the  Blind 
Section 
w  Melvin  C.  Oathout,  Principal 
Librarian,  Technical  Services 

■  Alexander  T.  Birrell, 

Catalog  Section 
a  Mrs.  Elisabeth  Bruno, 

Union  Catalog  Unit 
w  Mrs.  Hildur  E.  Howe, 

Processing  Center 
m  Edith  A.  Irwin, 

Periodicals  Section 
m  Thomas  J.  Brooks, 

Processing  Center 
u  Margaret  E.  Preston, 

Order  Section 
m  Mrs.  Avis  Smith, 

Book  Repair  Section 
m  Harlo  Whipple,  Property 

and  Shipping  Section 

EDITOR:  Mrs.  Natalie  D.  Smith 

California  State  Library, 
P.  O.  Box  2037 
Sacramento  9 
Issued  quarterly  in  the  interest  of 
the  libraries  of  the  State  by  the 
California  State  Library. 
Entered   as    second-class    matter 
December  1913,  at  the  post  ofRce 
at  Sacramento,  California,  under 
the  act  of  August  24,     1912. 
Accepted  for  mailing  at  the  spe- 
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Vol.  57,  No.  3,  Bummer,  1962 
CONTENTS 

Workshop,  The  Library  in  the  Master  Plan  Page 

Introduction     288 

Program    289 

Welcome  by  the  Honorable  David  B.  Haight..  292 
The    Public    Library,    Planning,   and    the    Cul- 
tural Awakening,  by  Mr.  Mel  Scott 293 

A    Political    Scientist    Looks    at    Planning,    by 

Dr.  Ernest  G.  Miller-_ 305 

Planning  on  the  State  Level,  a   Panel  _- -^  312 

Mechanics    of    Planning,    by    Mr.    Frank    S. 

Skillman    324 

Planned   Reality  in   Palo  Alto,  a   Panel 328 

Planning  From  Many  Angles:  a  Panel 332 

The  Library  and  Architecture,  by  Mr.  William 

Adamaitis    342 

The    Private    Planner    in     Planning,    by    Mr. 

William     E.    Spangle 345 

Evaluation    of    the    Workshop,    by    Mr.    Mel 

Scott    350 

California  Libraries,  Planning,  Planning  .  .  ., 

by  Dr.  Edward  A.  Wight 355 

Workshop    Group    Sessions 359 

Workshop  Participants  368 

Planning   in   Print,  a   Bibliography 370 

Planning    for    Long-range    Library    Develop- 
ment, Report  of  a  Survey 372 

California— the   Friendly   State?,   by  Mr.   Frank  J. 

Dem  psey   373 

California    "Friends    of    the    Library"    Organiza- 
tions, a  Directory 375 


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INTRODUCTION 

One  hundred  Californians  from  all  parts  of  the  State  attended  the 
State  Library  Spring  Workshop,  "The  Library  in  the  Master  Plan," 
held  in  Palo  Alto,  May  2-4,  1962.  A  glance  at  the  registration  list 
shows  the  variety  of  interests  speakers  and  participants  represented. 
There  were  county  and  municipal  public  librarians,  college,  university 
and  special  librarians,  and  library  school  educators;  city,  county,  re- 
gional and  industrial  planners,  public  and  private ;  architects ;  city 
officials;  representatives  from  the  County  Supervisors'  Association 
and  the  League  of  California  Cities;  library  trustees  and  Friends  of 
the  Library;  a  political  scientist;  and  interested  citizens. 

The  result  was  a  mingling  of  many  viewpoints,  with  profit  to  every- 
one. Whether  they  were  on  the  formal  program,  or  spoke  from  the 
floor,  all  participated  with  enthusiasm.  That  enthusiasm  and  the  large 
attendance  attested  to  the  importance  of  the  subject.  Mrs.  Carma  R. 
Leigh,  California  State  Librarian,  welcomed  the  workshop  group  with 
the  thought  that  "planning  is  our  great  need,  our  obvious  need;  but 
it  is  what  we  do  the  least,  busy  as  we  are  with  day-to-day  problems." 
Workshop  sessions  gave  participants  an  opportunity  to  look  beyond 
those  day-to-day  problems  and  into  the  nature  of  the  planning  process, 
long-range  library  development  programs,  the  social,  cultural  and  edu- 
cational role  of  the  public  library  in  relation  to  its  physical  situation 
in  the  community  and  in  the  community  master  plan,  and  possibilities 
for  co-operation  between  librarian  and  planner. 

Mrs.  Leigh  remarked  that  she  was,  as  she  had  approached  Palo  Alto 
and  the  workshop,  reminded  of  the  question,  "Are  you  here  with  a 
solution  or  are  you  part  of  the  problem?"  It  was  the  consensus  at 
the  close  of  the  meeting  that  everyone  had  been  given  a  clear  look  at, 
and  a  greater  understanding  of  the  problems  in  each  profession,  and 
that  each  and  everj^  participant  had  gathered  a  wealth  of  potential 
solutions  to  his  own  local  planning  puzzles. 


VOLUME  'j'J,  NO.  3,  SUMMER,   1 962  289 

WORKSHOP  PROGRAM 
nHE  LIBRARY  IN  THE  MASTER  PLAN'' 

May  2-4,  1962 
Foster  Hall,  Rickey's  Hyatt  House,  Palo  Alto 

WEDNESDAY  MORNING— May  2 

9.00-10.00         Registration 

Presiding :  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh,  State  Librarian 

10.00-10.30         Welcome 
Mrs.  Leigh 

Welcome 

Honorable  David  B.  Haight,  Mayor  of  Palo  Alto 

10.30-11.45         Kejmote  Speech 

Mr.  Mel  Scott,  Lecturer,  City  and  Regional  Planning,  and  Re- 
search Political  Scientist,  Bureau  of  Public  Administration, 
University  of  California,  Berkeley,  Consultant  for  the  Work- 
shop 

Listening  Panel 

Howard  Samuelson,  Librarian,  Santa  Ana  Public  Library 
Barbara  L.  Wynn,  Project  Director,  San  Joaquin  Valley  Informa- 
tion Service 
Mr.  Karl  Vollmayer,  Librarian,  Redwood  City  Public  Library 

Discussion 
WEDNESDAY  LUNCHEON 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Leigh 

12.30-  2.30         ''A  Political  Scientist  Looks  at  Planning" 

Dr.  Ernest  G.  Miller,  Assistant  Professor  of  Political  Science, 
University  of  California,  Davis 

Discussion 


WEDNESDAY  AFTERNOON 

Presiding:  Miss  Arlene  Hope,  Principal  Librarian, 
Library  Consultant  Services 

2.45-  4.00         Panel:  ''Planning  on  the  State  Level" 

Moderator:  Mrs.  Phyllis  I.  Dalton,  Assistant  State  Librarian 
Participants:  Mrs.  Carma  R.  Leigh,  State  Librarian 
Mr.  Elton  R.  Andrews,  State  Planner 
Mr.  Jack  Merelman,  Legal  Counsel,  County 

Supervisors'  Association 
Mr.  Don  Benninghoven,  Field  Representative, 
League  of  California  Cities 
Discussion 

4.00-  4.15         Break 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Dalton 

4.15-  5.00         ''Mechanics  of  Planning" 

Mr.  Frank  S.  Skillman,  Planning  OflBcer,  San  Mateo  County 

Discussion 


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WEDNESDAY  NIGHT 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Dalton 

7.30  Introduction  of  tlie  Session 

Mr.  Mel  Scott 

"Workshop  Session 

Group  I 

Leader:  Miss  Florence  E.  Biller,  Library  Consultant 
Librarian:  Mr.   Frank   L.   Dempsey,   Acting   Librarian,   Berkeley 

Public  Library 
Planner:  Mr.  James  Fisk,  Assistant  Planner,  Berkeley  Planning 

Department 

Group  II 

Leader:  Miss  Margaret  J.  Ward,  Library  Consultant 

Librarian:    Mr.    David    Sabsay,    Librarian,    Santa    Rosa    Public  ! 

Library 
Planner:  Mr.  F.  Burk  Ketcham,  Jr.,  City  and  Regional  Planner, 

Candeub,  Fleissig  &  Ketcbam,  San  Francisco 

THURSDAY  MORNING— May  3 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Leigb 

9.00-10.15         Panel:  ''Planned  Reality  in  Palo  Alto" 

Moderator:  Mr.  L.  Kennetb  Wilson,  Librarian,  Palo  Alto  Public 

Library 
Participants:  Mr.  Lewis  J.  Fourcroy,  City  Planner 

Mr.  L.  Kenneth  Wilson,  City  Librarian 
Mr.  Alfred  Mitchell,  City  Controller 
Mr.  Tully  C.  Knoles,  Member,  Friends  of  the 
Library 

Discussion 
10.15-10.35         Break 
10.35-12.15         Workshop  Session 

Group  I 

Leader:  Miss  Biller,  Library  Consultant 

Group  II 

Leader:  Miss  Ward,  Library  Consultant 

THURSDAY  AFTERNOON 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Dalton 

2.30-  4.30         Panel :  ' ' Planning  From  Many  Angles ' ' 
Moderator:  Miss  Hope 

Participants:  Mr.  Coit  Coolidge,  Librarian,  Richmond  Public 
Library 
Mr.  Harry  G.  Halatyn,  City  and  Regional  Planner, 

Sacramento 
Miss  M.  Josephine  Moore,  Librarian,  Plumas 

County  Free  Library 
Mrs.  Alice  F.  Reilly,  Librarian,  Fresno  County 

Library 
Mr.  Reino  Liukkonen,  County  Planner,  Fresno 
County 
Listening  Patiel:  Dr.  Eugene  D.  Hart,  Associate  Professor,  School 
of   Library   Science,    University   of   Southern 
California,  Los  Angeles 
Miss  Virginia   L.   Ross,   Librarian,   San  Mateo 
County 


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THURSDAY  DINNER 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Leigh 

7.00  "The  Library  and  ArcMtecture " 

Mr.  William  G.  Adamaitis,  Planner,  Welton  Becket  and  Associ- 
ates, Los  Angeles 

Discussion 

FRIDAY  MORNING— May  4 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Leigh 

9.00-  9.30        Workshop  Reports 
Discussion 

9.30-10.45         "The  Private  Planner  in  Planning" 

Mr.  William  E.  Spangle,  Spangle  and  Associates,  Menlo  Park 

Discussion 

10.45  Evaluation  of  the  Workshop 

Mr.  Mel  Scott,  Consultant  for  the  Workshop 

It 

FRIDAY  LUNCHEON 

Presiding:  Mrs.  Dalton 

12.00  "California  Libraries — Planning,  Planning  ..." 

Dr.  Edward  A.  Wight,  Professor  of  Librarianship,  University  of 
California,  Berkeley 

Discussion 

ADJOURNMENT  OF  WORKSHOP 

Mrs.  Leigh 


292  NEWS  NOTES  OF  CALIFORNIA  LIBRARIES 


WELCOME 

The  Honorable  David  B.  Haight 
Mayor  of  Palo  Alto 

"It  is  my  privilege,  as  Mayor  of  the  City  of  Palo  Alto,  to  welcome 
you  to  our  community.  Palo  Alto  is  essentially  a  suburban-residential 
community,  with  its  reputation  and  claim  to  distinction  resting  on  a 
base  of  sound  cultural  assets.  The  city  was  founded  73  years  ago  as  a 
residential  district  for  Stanford  University.  Its  citizens,  from  the 
earliest  days,  have  been  motiA^ated  by  an  active  civic  spirit  and  vision 
which  has  given  rise  to  the  Palo  Alto  of  today — an  outstanding  com- 
munity with  well-planned  electronic  and  medical  research  centers, 
hospitals,  light  industry  and  trading  areas,  and  numerous  financial 
and  business  interests. 

"Palo  Alto  takes  pride  in  its  homes,  its  schools,  its  park  and  recrea- 
tional facilities  and  its  five  libraries  serving  the  55,000  residents.  In 
July  1958,  the  City  of  Palo  Alto  opened  to  its  residents  two  new 
libraries  designed  hj  noted  architect  Edward  D.  Stone.  These  libraries 
were  realized  after  many  years  of  planning  by  civic  officials  and  citizen 
committees  all  working  together  to  better  serve  the  library  needs  of 
Palo  Altans.  "We  in  Palo  Alto  believe  in  libraries,  and  we  hope  that 
you  will  have  an  opportunity  to  visit  any  or  all  of  our  city  libraries 
during  your  three-day  work  session. 

' '  The  State  Library  is  to  be  commended  for  its  leadership  in  forming 
this  Planning  Workshop.  Not  just  because  it  is  fulfilling  its  obligation 
to  assist  local  authorities  in  assuming  their  full  responsibility  for 
library  services,  but  because  it  recognizes  the  principle  of  successful 
management  action — iDlanning.  By  identifying  in  advance  the  needs  of 
our  citizens,  the  opportunities,  problems  and  obstacles  can  be  better 
controlled  while  each  phase  of  the  planned  program  is  carried  out. 
Planning  assures  the  most  effective  and  economical  use  of  people,  equip- 
ment, facilities  and  money.  A  meeting  such  as  this  will  permit  the 
investigation  of  the  many  phases  of  planning.  It  may  be  the  beginning 
for  some;  or  a  stage  in  development  for  those  who  are  on  their  way 
toward  setting  definite  guide  lines  and  goals. 

"It  is  hoped  that  you  will  enjoy  your  stay  in  Palo  Alto,  and  that 
each  of  you  will  experience  a  profitable  learning  situation  in  your 
deliberations." 


VOLUME  ^'J,  NO.  3,  SUMMER,   1 962  293 


THE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY,  PLANNING,  AND 
THE  CULTURAL  AWAKENING 

Md  Scott,  Jr. 

Lecturer  in  City  Planning,  Department  of  City  and  Regional  Planning 
and  Research  Political  Scientist,  Bureau  of  Public  Administration 
University  of  California,  Berkeley 

"Before  beginning  this  keynote  speech,  I  feel  compelled  to  make 
a  few  promises.  I  solemnly  vow  not  to  tell  you  that  we  are  living  in 
a  time  of  crisis.  I  positively  assure  you  that  I  shall  not  allude  to  the 
1,600  new  people  who  arrive  in  California  every  day  by  stork,  auto- 
mobile, train,  bus,  and  plane,  swelling  the  population  and,  of  course, 
continually  lowering  the  per  capita  number  of  library  books  in  the 
State.  I  shall  not  even  mention  that  the  American  people  have  more 
money,  leisure,  automobiles,  paperback  books,  ulcers,  and  baffling  vi- 
ruses than  ever  before  in  history.  And  I  shall  certainly  avoid  saying 
anything  at  all  about  creeping  bureaucracy,  hidden  taxes,  subliminal 
subversion,  profitless  prosperity,  presidential  carpetbagging,  and  similar 
horrors  that  turn  the  American  dream  into  a  nightmare. 

"All  these  subjects  are  either  tiresome  or  depressing;  and  a  keynote 
speech  should  somehow  be  inspiring  and  lofty.  So  I  should  like  to 
talk  about  something  new,  precedent-setting,  and  exciting.  That  some- 
thing is  this  workshop. 

"To  my  knowledge,  this  is  the  first  time  in  the  history  of  any  state 
tiiat  representative  librarians  and  representative  city  planners  from 
all  over  the  state  have  met  together  to  discuss  co-operative  ventures 
in  planning  for  the  future.  Librarians,  trustees,  and  other  officials 
have  met  at  governors'  conferences  in  many  states,  and  sometimes 
city  planners  have  addressed  them.  But  never  before  have  the  profes- 
sions of  library  science  and  city  planning  combined  forces  to  examine 
;  the  place  of  the  library  in  the  master  or  general  plan  of  the  city  or 
'  county.  Nothing  could  more  eloquently  attest  the  progressive  spirit  of 
our  California  State  Library  and  its  staff,  headed  by  Mrs.  Carma 
Leigh,  than  this  workshop.  I  have  no  doubt  it  will  stimulate  many 
similar  workshops  throughout  the  United  States. 

"You  probably  wonder  why  it  should  have  taken  so  long  for  the 

two   professions   to   come   together   formally.   I   think   I   can   offer   an 

I  explanation.  The  public  library  in  this  country  is  a  long-established 

!  institution,  tracing  its  origin  to  Benjamin  Franklin's  circulating  library 

in  Philadelphia  in  1731.  But  city  planning,  though  born  in  the  first 

,  decade  of  this  century,  has  been  a  significant  influence  in  American  life 

only  since  World  War  II.  Even  at  the  end  of  the  war  the  American 

I  Institute  of  Planners,  the  profe