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[Women Browse Children's Section #2]

Description: Photograph of Doris Clark, APL Overdues Supervisor, standing behind another unidentified woman holding an open book and pulling another book off the shelf with games and materials piled on top under two architectural paintings. The Children's section includes another long short bookshelf behind the women and red chairs at a short circular table with four books on top and a small desk with one book on top. The back wall shows an interior door and two exterior doors.
Date: [1977..1981]
Partner: Central Texas Library System

[Women Browse Children's Section #1]

Description: Photograph of two women crouching and browsing a short bookcase in the Children's section of the library. The woman in the tan suit is Doris Clark, the Overdues Supervisor at Austin Public Library. An alabaster bust of a young girl, a manual pencil sharpener, a sign reading Help Yourself, and piles of papers, magazines, and a newspaper sit on top of the bookcase. Behind the women is another short bookcase topped with piles of puzzles and games and a short circular table with red chairs and topped with a few materials for children. The entrance to the library can be seen in the back corner: window, glass door, open/closed sign.
Date: [1977..1988]
Partner: Central Texas Library System