The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1970 Page: 30
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Library Gives Valued Aid
MRS. MARCELLE PITMAN - Head Librarian; B.A. Sam Houston
State University, B.S. Texas Woman's University; Projectors Club
MRS. HILDA ESTES
Librarian; B.A. Louisiana Polytechnic Institute;
THE LIBRARY is one of the finest in
this area. During the past year
there were some 19,231 books on
the shelves as well as six sets of en-
cyclopedias, 106 subscriptions to
daily magazines, three subscrip-
tions to daily newspapers, one
subscription to a weekly paper,
and a subscription to the Sunday
edition of the New York Times.
The area is large enough to accom-
modate a whole class and take
care of individuals who wish to use
The library is open at 7:30 and
closes at 4:30.
It is one of the most attractive,
well-kept places in the entire
MRS. CAROL STROUD keeps busy with her duties as library clerk.
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