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Subseries 2.1
Subject files, 1915-1970
Box 5

Scope and Content Note

Subject files chiefly consist of correspondence and other items relating to Tommie Dora Barker's profession achievements and to her work with American Library Association, for which she served as a field agent in the South (1930-1936). Notable correspondents include Andrew Carnegie, Edwin R. Embree, Leo Mortimer Farnot, Clark Foreman, Frederick P. Keppel, and Louis Round Wilson.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by subject.

Box Folder Content
5 1 American Library Association Regional Field Agent, 1931-1936-Letters in response
5 2 American Library Association Regional Field Agent, 1930-1934-Publicity for Libraries
5 3 American Library Association Regional Field Agent, 1932-1934-Publicity for Libraries
5 4 American Library Association Report on Emory University Division of Librarianship, 1954
5 5 Anne Wallace, 1925-1932-Report of Interview with Andrew Carnegie
5 6 Appointment to Emory, 1936
5 7 Association of American Library schools, 1948-1951-Report of meetings and newsletter
5 8 Association of American Library schools, 1952-1953-Report of meetings and newsletter
5 9 Atlanta Library school history and history of libraries in Georgia, no date
5 10 Atlanta Library school transfer to Emory, 1929-1930
5 11 Barker biographical file, 1947-1969
5 12 Carnegie Library of Atlanta honorary degree, 1915-1930-Clippings
5 13 Division of Librarianship, 1970-Program
5 14 Education for Librarianship Conference in Atlanta, November 1936
5 15 Emory honorary degree, 1930
5 16 Fellowship Fund material, 1954
5 17 Helen Power room at Emory and Henry College, Emory, Virginia, 1968-1971
5 18 Isabel Erlich, 1968-Atlanta Public Library
5 19 Louis Round Wilson correspondence, 1927-1950
5 20 Libraries of the South, 1934-1936-Acknowledgements
5 21 Retirement from Emory, 1954
5 22 Woman of the Year in Education, 1954