Dear Mr. Architect: An Open Letter from the School Librarian
American Library Association, 1952 - Library architecture - 15 pages
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120 square feet 332 Central Ave accommodate adjacent American Library Association Audio-visual materials examination available wall areas BOOK SHELVES cabinet Chicago classroom clear glass partitions COMBINATION WORK--STORAGE AREA conference room counter-height shelving Depth of shelves desirable desk and chair double faced drawers Electric outlet elemen elementary schools enrollment above 300 essential FILE Fulton County Georgia Fulton County System glass partitions facilitate high school library highest shelves Indicates items librarian Libraries for Today main library area Number of books OFFICE SPACE open letter original building partitions facilitate supervision PICTURE BOOKS Picture-book shelving Planning School Library pupils Recommended space allocation rials San Leandro school library quarters school library service School Library Specifications schools provision seated user sections of shelving SELECTING AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS shelved or housed small school specially constructed standard shelving stepladder is needed STORAGE AREA Table and chairs teacher-education center twelve-grade schools TYPEWRITER Venetian blinds workroom worktable