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- Tags: Mary K. Weidner
Board of Directors Meeting on July 22, 1966 to discuss new board members, committee appointments and financial report.
Tags: 1966, Audit Report, board of directors, Book Purchases, Carola White, Decatur IL., Decatur Public Library, Dorthia Turnbo, Edna F. Jones, Ellis Arnold, employees, Eunice Ensign, Frank Lambrick, Hattie Houck, Ida Redden, June 17 1966, Mary Anne Johnson. Nancy Willias, Mary K. Weidner, New Hires, Ozella Vogler, Resignations
Tags: 1966, Assistant Cataloger, Audio Visual Services, Board of Directors', Board of Trustees, Carola White, Catherine Yamamoto, Central Public Services, Children's Services, Community Information, Data Processing, Dorthia Turnbo, Edith McNabb, Edna Jones, Head of Evans Branch, Marilyn Byrd, Mary K. Weidner, May 13, Mildred Leonard, Mr. Tebussek, Mrs. Russell, Secretary to Librarian
Decatur Board of Trustees Properties Committee and Board Meetings, March 15, 1966, March 21, 1966 and March 25, 1966.
Tags: 3.15.1966, 3.18.1966, 3.21.1966, 3.22.1966, 3.25.1966, Allan Keith, Appropriations, Board of Trustees, Decatur Public Library, Edith McNabb, Edna Jones, Financial report, Guager & Diehl, Jack K. Burnett, Levy, Marilyn Byrd, Mary K. Weidner, Mary T. Howe, Resignations, Resolutions, South Shores Branch
Decatur Public Library, Board of Trustees Special Meetings March 15 an 18, 1966. Properties Committee Meeting March 21, 1966. Finance Committee Meeting on March 22, 1966. Board of Trustees Meeting March 25, 1966.
Tags: 1966, Allan Keith, Appraisal Service, Assoc. Memberships, Auditors, Board of Trustees, Books, City of Decatur, Decatur IL., Decatur Public Library, Edith McNabb, Edna Jones, Ellis B. Arnold Mayor, Expenditures, Financial report, Garbage and Hauling, Gauger & Diehl, Jack R Burnett, Levy & Appropriations, March 15 1966, March 18 1966, March 21 1966, March 22 1966, March 25 1966, Marilyn Byrd, Mary K. Weidner, Mary T. Howe, Microfilm, Periodicals, Resolutions, salaries, South Shores Branch, Special Meeting, Travel
This is a glass negative of an apple display at a fair. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.