INDEX

Addams, Jane, 28, 164
Adirondack Mountains, 41
A.L. Bowen Children’s Center, 198, 199
Allen, John J., 24
Allin, Eugenia, 38, 39
America, 16, 36, 38, 74, 88, 137, 147
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 147
Aper, Dr. Jeff, 235
Associations/Organizations
4-H, 84, 171
24/7 Reference Consortium, 181
American Historical Association, 52
American Order of Pioneers, 35
American Association of University
Women, 119
American Correctional Association,
138
American Flag Association, 35
American Library Association, 32, 35,
41, 45, 46, 49, 67, 74, 78, 79, 89,
90, 96, 97, 108, 110, 116, 119,
121, 123, 133, 137, 138, 148,
149, 153, 155, 167, 170, 183,
193, 195, 200, 204
American Library Association War
Service, 39
American Order of Pioneers, 35
Amnesty International, 186
Associated Colleges of the Midwest,
194
Association of Chicago Theological
Schools, 213
Association of Women’s Deans and
Counselors, 119
Belleville Debating & Library Society,
36
Boy Scouts of America, 68 70, 84, 86
Boy Scout Troop, 62, 166
Catholic Library Association, 64, 148
Chicago Literary Club, 127
Daughters of the American Revolution,
35
Daughters of 1812, 35
Edwardsville Library Association, 36
Friends of Libraries in Illinois, 73
Gallup Organization, 200
Illinois Adult Education Association, 66
Illinois Bar Association, 45
Illinois Bankers Association, 80
Illinois Chapter, Special Libraries Association,
127
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges,
210
Illinois Education Association, 143
Illinois Federation of Women’s Clubs,
37-39, 119, 125
Illinois Futures Forum, 195
Illinois Home Bureau Federation, 85
Illinois Humanities Council, 153, 163
Illinois Legislative Correspondants
Association, 124
Illinois Library Association, 30, 38, 39,
46, 57, 68, 70, 73, 77-79, 91, 94,
98, 101, 104, 110, 113, 116, 118-
120, 123, 127, 131, 135, 137,
138, 141, 147, 149, 153, 156,
159, 161, 167, 172, 174, 182,
184, 196-199
Ad Hoc Committee on Manpower
Training and Utilization, 195
Audio Visual Committee, 107
Children’s Librarians’ Section,
198, 199
Citations, 137, 149
Committee on Multitype Library
Systems (COMLOS), 156
Illinois Association of School
Librarian Section, 197
Legislative Committee, 57
Library Development Committee,
109, 116, 123, 148, 198, 200
Public Library Development Committee,
113
Public Library Section, 121, 153,
197-199
Public Relations Committee, 73
Selection Committee, 118
Task Analysis, 132, 195
Illinois Library Association of School
Librarians, 78, 119, 200
Illinois Library Computer Systems
Organization (ILCSO), 157
Illinois Library System Directors
Organization (ILSDO), 174
Illinois Library Trustees Association,
197, 198, 201
Illinois Literacy Council, 155
Illinois Regional Library Council, 127,
134, 200
Illinois State Historical Society (and
Archives), 28, 42, 111, 193
Illinois State Teachers Association, 15
Interlibrary Cooperation Council of the
Greater Peoria Area, 200
Johnson County Historical Society, 124
Kiwanis Club, 53
Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, 186
Lacon Rotary Club, 74
Lake Placid Club, 41
Lions Club, 53
Literacy Council of Southern Illinois,
173
Mascoutah Junior Chamber of Commerce,
99
Mascoutah Jaycees, 99
Masonic Lodge, 46
National Association of State Libraries,
34, 46, 51, 52, 64
National Association of State Presidents
and Charter Members, 35
National Endowment for the Humanities,
187
Jefferson Lecturer, 187
National Society of New England, 35
National Youth Association (NYA), 56,
58-60, 67, 68, 75-77
New England Historical and Genealogical
Society, 35
Northern Illinois Learning Resources
Cooperative, 210
Order of the Dames of the Loyal
Legion, 35
Order of the First Crusade, 35
Parent-Teachers Association, 119
Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial
Dames of America, 35
Rotary International/Club, 53
South Hinsdale Coalition, 214
State Historical Society of Missouri, 52
Student Librarians Association, 119
Western Library Association, 38
Women Descendants of the Ancient
and Honorable Company, 35
Zonta Club, 64
Atkinson, Hugh, 157
Authors/Writers/Journalists
Adams, Joey, 89
Addams, Jane, 164
Ade, George, 164
Adler, Polly, 89
Ainsworth, William Harrison, 12
Algren, Nelson, 164
Ambrose, Stephen, 175
Anania, Michael, 163
Andersen, Hans Christian, 92
Anderson, Sherwood, 164
Angle, Paul, 164
Anglund, Joan Walsh, 164
Barber, J.W., 12
Baum, L. Frank, 164, 175
Baum, Vicki, 89
Bellow, Saul, 153, 163, 164
Birjbeck, Morris, 164
Black Hawk, 163, 164
Bradbury, Ray, 153, 163, 164
Brooks, Gwendolyn, 155, 163, 164,
166, 178, 179, 186, 187
Bulwer, E., 12
Bunyan, John, 92
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 164
Butcher, Fanny, 164
Butterfield, Oliver, 89
Caldwell, Erskine, 89
Capote, Truman, 89
Cartwright, Peter, 164
Catherwood, Mary, 164
Caudill, Rebecca, 164
Colter, Cyrus, 164
Cooper, James Fenimore, 12
Coover, Robert, 164
Corner, George Washington, 89
Dell, Floyd, 164
Dickens, Charles, 12, 16
Dos Passos, John, 89, 164
Dreiser, Theodore, 163, 164
Elkin, Stanley, 164
Ellet, Mrs. E.F., 12
Engstrand, Stuart David, 89
Farmer, Phillip Jose, 164
Farnham, Eliza, 164
Farrell, James T., 163, 164
Ferber, Edna, 153, 164
Finley, Peter Dunne, 164
Fuller, Henry Blake, 164
Gardner, John, 164
Garland, Hamilin, 164
Goldman, William, 164
Grant, Ulysses S., 164
Greeley, Andrew, 175
Hansberry, Lorraine, 164
Hay, John, 10, 16, 31
Hecht, Ben, 164
Heinemann, Larry, 164
Hemingway, Ernest, 153, 164
Henry, Patrick, 5
Heriot, James, 155
Herrick, Robert, 164
Heupel, Dana, 178
Homer, 31
Hugo, Victor, 12
Hutton, James, 12
Irving, Washington, 12, 16
Jones, James, 164
Kantor, MacKinlay, 89, 164
Kent, George, 186
Kipling, Rudyard, 31
Knickerbocker, Charles, 88, 102
Lardner, Ring, 164
Levin, Meyer, 164
Lewis, Sinclair, 89
Lindsay, Vachel, 163, 164
MacLeish, Archibald, 164
Mailer, Norman, 89
Mamet, David, 164, 175
Mansfield, Edward, 12
Marshall, Rosamond Van Der Zee, 89
Martin, Sandra Olivetti, 164
Masters, Edgar Lee, 163, 164
Mauriac, Francois, 89
Maxwell, William, 164
Melhem, D.H., 187
Meredith, George, 31
Merwin, Sam, 89
Monroe, Harriet, 164
Moody, William, 164
Neal, Steve, 178
Nevins, Allan, 164
Nicolay, John, 10-12, 16
Norris, Frank, 164
O’Hara, John, 89
Peattie, Donald Culross, 164
Peattie, Elia, 164
Pensoneau, Taylor, 234
Petrakis, Harry Mark, 164
Petry, Ann, 89
Powers, Richard, 175
Rooke, Daphne, 89
Royko, Mike, 164, 175
Rylant, Cynthia, 155
Sandburg, Carl, 163, 164
Schubin, Seymour, 89
Scott, Sir Walter, 121, 16
Shakespeare, William, 31
Shelley, Mrs. Percy Bysshe, 12
Silverstein, Shel, 175
Sinclair, Upton, 153, 164
Smith, Adam, 31
Spillane, Frank Morrison, 89
Steinbeck, John, 89
Stokes, Donal Hubert, 89
Terkel, Studs, 153, 164
Thomas, Benjamin, 164
Thompson, Francis J., 89
Thoreau, Henry David, 141
Treat, Samuel, 6, 14
Twain, Mark, 31, 155
Upshaw, Helen, 89
Veblen, Thorstein, 164
Verne, Jules, 92
Vidal, Gore, 89
Wallace, David Foster, 175
Watson, John, 89
Whitlock, Brand, 27, 31
Wilde, Oscar, 31
Wilder, Thornton, 153, 164
Will, George, 164
Willingham, Calder, 89
Wilson, Dorothy, 89
Wright, Richard, 91, 163, 164, 186
Automation and Automated Services, 199,
212
BATAB (Baker & Taylor Automated Buying
System), 127, 128, 131, 144
CLSI (Computer Library Systems, Inc.),
128, 144, 146, 209, 210
Dynix database, 216
Illinois State Library Microfilm Automated
Catalog (IMAC), 131
IO (ILLINET Online), 157
LCS (Library Circulation System), 156,
157
FBR (Full Bibliographic Record), 157
Awards/Recognitions/Celebrations
American Library Trustee Association
Literacy Award, 155
Distinguished Contribution to American
Letters, 187
Halsey W. Wilson Recruitment Award,
119, 137
Librarian Citation (ILA), 149
Mademoiselle Merit Award for Distinguished
Service, 186
Midwestern Writers Conference Poetry
Award, 183
National Book Foundation Award, 187
National Endowment for the Arts Lifetime
Achievement Award, 187
Network Library of the Year 2005, 178
Polish Constitution Day, 171
Presidential Citation, 80
Pulitzer Prize, 164, 186
Purple Heart, 80
Robert R. McClarren Legislative Development
Award (ILA), 184
White House State Elected Official
Award, 172
Bacon, Eugenie, 37, 38
Barrett, Jeanne Payne, 82
Barrett, Lucille, 82
Beaux Arts design, 162, 163
Belair, Joseph, 92
Bennett, Ann, 14
Berry, Elijah, 3
Berry, James, 127
Beveridge, Albert, 11
Blair, W. Robert, 166
Blakely, Nora Brooks, 186
Blakely, Henry Sr., 186
Blakely Henry Jr., 186
Blind and Physically Handicapped (BPH),
Libraries and Services
BPH Library, 177
Braille, 138, 177
Department of, 135
Illinois Center for the Blind, 180
Illinois Regional Library for, 138, 159,
177
Illinois Library Service for BPH Week,
159
Johanna Bureau for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped, 138
Lobe Library, 177
National Federation for the Blind, 177
National Library Service for, 178
Boards/Commissions
Capitol City Planning Commission,
126
Centennial Building Commission, 42
Chicago Board of Education, 191
Chicago Historical Society, 14
Chicago Park District, 187
Civil Service Commission, Springfield,
79
Clinton Chamber of Commerce, 212
Consortium of Academic and Research
Libraries (CARLI), 185
Cook County Board of Review, 63
Defense Base Realignment and
Closure Commission, 148
DuPage County Board of Supervisors,
195
Federation of State Library Employees,,
150
Film Council of America, 93
National Commission of Against
Drunk Driving, 186
National Commission on Libraries and
Information Science (NCLIS), 61,
141, 149
New York State Board of Regents, 91
Peoria Board of Education, 74
Boilvin, William Sr., 23
Bookmobiles, 56, 59, 68, 73, 74, 75, 76,
77, 78, 95, 98, 99, 100, 106, 107, 108,
109, 110, 112, 119, 122, 189, 192,
203, 216
Books
1919, 31
20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea, 92
About Nono the Baby Elephant, 76
Abraham Lincoln, 31
Abraham Lincoln: the Prairie Years and
the War Years, 164
Abraham’s Wife, 31
Adventures of Augie March, The, 164
Aeschylus, 12
Al, 164
Almanac for Modern, An 164
American Notes, 12
Annie Allen, 186
Anyone’s My Name, 31
Artie, 164
Astoria (or Anecdotes of an Enterprise
Beyond the Rocky Mountains), 12
Attaining Manhood, 31
Attaining Womanhood, 31
Bean Eaters, The, 186
Belgium: A Personal Narrative, 31
Bible 89, 155
Big Matt
Bimetallism in the United States, 31
Bloody Williamson, 164
Book About Myself, A, 164
Boston, 164
Boy Came Back, The, 88, 89, 92, 102
Bronzeville Boys and Girls, 186
Brother, The, 31
Captive in the Night, 31
Catcher in the Rye, 155
Cliff-Dweller, The, 164
Common Lot. The, 164
Contented Little Pussy Cat, The, 76
Cooper’s Novels, 12
Curtain Never Falls, The, 89
Dandelion Wine, 164
David Copperfield, 12
Day of the Harvest, 31
Dickens, vol. 13, 12
Division Street: America, 164
Dombey & Son, vol. 1, 12
Dombey & Son, vol. 2, 12
Elmer the Great, 164
Fables in Slang, 164
Fall Guy, The, 31
Farenheit 451, 164
Farewell to Arms, A, 164
Financier, The, 164
Folded Leaf, The, 164
For Whom the Bell Tolls, 164
Forty Years of It, 31
Frankenstein, 12
From Here to Eternity, 164
Front Page, The, 164
Gates of Hell, The, 31
General’s Wench, The, 31
Gold Brick, The, 31
Gone with the Wind, 71, 155
Good War, The, 164
Gospel of Freedom, The, 164
Gunga Din, 164
Gwendolyn Brooks: Poetry and the
Heroic Voice, 187
Happy Average, The, 31
Harold, The Last of the Saxon Kings, 12
Her Infinite Variety, 31
Here I Have Lived – A History of
Lincoln’s Springfield, 164
Herzog, 164
Hippodrome, The, 164
Horses and Men, 164
House is Not a Home, A, 31
Huckleberry Finn, 155
Humbolt’s Gift, 164
Hunchback of Notre Dame, The, 12
Illiad, The, 31
In the Mecca, 186
Incidents of American History, 12
Irving’s Columbus, 12
J. Hardin & Sons, 31
Judgment of Paris, The, 31
Jungle, The, 164
King’s Blood Royal, 31
La Fayette, 31
Last of the Barons, The, 12
Life in Prairie Land, 164
Life of a Sailor, 12
Life of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak, 164
Little Green Shutter, The, 31
Lotta Embury’s Career, 164
Love Nest and Other Stories, The, 164
Man Who Lived Underground, The, 164
Man with the Golden Army, The, 164
Mansfield’s Life of Winfield, 12
Marchoiness of Brinoillers, 12
Martian Chronicles, The, 164
Maud Martha, 186
McTeague, 164
Memoirs of an American Citizen, 164
Memoirs of Napoleon, 31
Mittee, 31
Monikins, The, 12
Mr. Dooley in Peace and War, 164
Mr. Dooley on Making a Will, 164
My Gun is Quick, 31
Narcissus, 31
Narrows, The, 31
Nation, The, 91
Native Son, 164
Night Studies, 164
North American Birds, 31
Nothing Sacred, 164
Oil!, 164
Old Man and The Sea, The, 164
On the Enforcement of Law in Cities, 31
Philip Augustus, 12
Pickwick Papers, The, 12
Pilgrim’s Progress, 92
Pink Marsh, 164
Pit, The, 164
Prairie Grove, A, 164
Precipice, The, 164
Rage the Live, A, 31
Raisin in the Sun, A, 164
Red Dress, The, 31
Rhymes to be Traded for Bread, 164
Rivers of Eros, The, 164
Rockwood, 12
Rose of Dutcher’s Coolly, 164
Sarah Brewster’s Relatives, 164
Scott’s Poet Works, 12
Sex Life in Marriage, 31
Show Boat, 164
Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, The,
164
Sister Carrie, 164
So Big, 164
So Long, See Your Tomorrow, 164
Some Came Running, 164
Son of the Giant, 31
Spoon River Anthology, 164
Stories, 31
Stranger on the Island, 31
Street in Bronzeville, A, 186
Studs Lonigan, 164
Taine’s History of English Literature, 31
Tarzan, 164
They Came Like Swallows, 164
Thin Red Line, The, 164
Thirteen District, The, 31
Transplanted, 31
Tree of Night and Other Stories, A, 31
Triumph of the Egg, The, 164
Turn of the Balance, The, 31
Twenty Years at Hull House, 164
Uncle Tom’s Children, 164
Under the Skylights, 164
Uprooted, 31
Walk on the Wild Side, A, 164
Weakling and the Enemy, The, 31
Wealth of Nations, 31
When I Was Young in the Mountains,
155
White Widows, The, 31
Winesburg, Ohio, 164
With the Procession, 164
Wolfort’s Room, 12
Women of the Revolution, The, 12
Wonder Stories told for Children, 92
Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 164, 175
Working, 164
You Know Me, 164
Younger Son, The, 12
Bormet, Phoebe, 157
Bowman, Joseph, 182
Broaddus, Leah, 234
Brodley, Phyllis, 155
Brown, John Henry, 12
Bray, Robert, 163
Brigham, Harold, 79
Broadcast Media
ABC, 155
PBS, 155
WILL Radio, 71
WILL TV, 96
Bryan, William, 109
Buckner, Simon Bolivar, 41
Build Illinois, 162
Bullen, Ida, 188
Bullen, Robert, 188
Bundy, Mary Lee, 106
Businesses/Companies
A.A. Wynn Publisher, 103
After Hours Development, 234
Alton Square Mall, 173
Baker & Taylor, 127, 204
Becker & Hayes, Inc., 128, 143, 199
CNA Financial Building, 162
Cochran & Piquenard), 18
Cresap, McCormick, & Paget, 129,
152, 156
Elrick & Lavidge, 200
Graham, Anderson, Probst, and White,
162
Gustenslager Company, 108
Federal Express, 185
HBW Associates, 173, 174
Hilton Hotels, 185
International Harvester, 53
John Deere Company, 214, 215
Kenny Meyers Movers, 165
Last Copy Depot, 203
Marshall Field’s, 64
Montgomery Ward, 53, 62
Motorola World Headquarters building,
162
Nash Brothers firm, 63
Pullman Palace Car Company, 16
Ralph W. Conant & Associates, 193
Sears & Roebuck, 53
State Bank of Vandalia, 3
Third National Bank of Mount Vernon,
46
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, 63
William B. Meyer Company, 165
Y.W.C.A, 35
Caldwell, Samuel, 36, 37
Cammon, Loren, 88
Cameron, Simon, 15
Campbell, Thompson, 8, 15
Carlin, Gen. William P., 7
Carpentier, Alta, 91
Carpentier, Emil, 102
Carr, Henry, 32, 35
Cemeteries
Arlington National Cemetery, 16
Calvary Cemetery, 64
Diamond Grove Cemetery, 30
Oak Ridge Cemetery, 23
Central Serials Service, 194,
Center for the Book, 154, 175
Chamberlain, William, 122
Chicago Public Works, 63
Children’s Book Review Examination
Centers, 165, 198, 203
Civil War battle flags, state collection of,
42
Civil Works Administration, 55
Clark, George Rogers, 22, 182
Classical Composers
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 203
Bizet, Georges, 83
Brahms, Johannes, 83
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 83
Puccini, Giacomo, 83
Wagner, Richard, 83
Colleges and Universities
Agusan College, 96
Alabama State University , 187
Augustana College, 214
Bettie Stuart Institute, 30
Black Hawk College, 194, 195
Blackburn College, 215
Lumpkin Library, 234
Boston College, 165
Catholic University, 149
Chicago City Colleges, 194
Chicago State University, 187
Clay College of New York, 187
Clarke College, 167
Colorado State University, 165
Columbia College, 187
Columbia University, 52, 187
DePaul University, 147, 210
Dominican College, 198
Drexel University, 148
Eastern Illinois University, 71, 109,
141, 166, 196, 213
Elmhurst College, 187
Emory University, 188
Ferris State University, 186
Fisk University, 187
Florida State University, 149
George Peabody College for Teachers,
110
Harvard University, 16
Hillsdale College, 32
Illinois Institute of Technology, 213
Paul V. Gavin Library, 213
Geographic Information
Systems Laboratory and
Resource Center, 213
Illinois State University, Normal, 12,
16, 31, 39, 87, 196, 215
Illinois State University, Springfield,
12, 16
Illinois Wesleyan University, 163
Iowa Wesleyan University, 16
Knox College, 36
Lewis and Clark Community College,
215
Lincoln Land community College
Regional Information Centers, 215
Lincoln College of Law, 45
Loyola University, 162
Law School, 162
MacMurray College, 198
Mayo College, 80
McKendree College, 198
Millikin University, 38
Missouri State University, 120
Murray State University, 188
National College of Education, 167
Northeastern Illinois University, 187
Northern Illinois College of Optometry,
64
Northern Illinois University, 123, 158,
188, 197
Department of Library Services,
123
Founders Memorial Library, 188
Library School, 123
Northwestern University, 41, 144, 161
Parkland College, 185
Radcliffe College, 91
Rockford College, 67
Rock Valley College, 215
Rosary College – Graduate School of
Library Science, 193, 198
Sangamon State University (now Univ.
of Illinois – Springfield), 197
Center for Study of Middle-Sized
Cities, 201
Oral History Office, 193
Shurtleff College, 40, 123
South Suburban College, 214
Southern Illinois University, 87, 99,
131, 161, 197, 199, 204
Community Development Project,
99, 100
Library, 99, 115
Press, 52
Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville,
204, 216
St. Ambrose College, 102
Texas Woman’s University, 140, 149
University of Chicago, 52, 81, 144,
163
University of Chicago Graduate Library
School, 79
University of Denver, 149
University of Illinois, 30, 38, 41, 51,
57, 71, 85, 86, 87, 96, 118, 119,
123, 130, 131, 144, 148, 149,
156, 157, 167, 185, 191, 194, 210
Audio Visual Aids Service, 84, 96,
196
Center for Instructional Research
and Curriculum Education,
196
Continuing Education and Public
Service, 196, 197
Coordinated Science Laboratory,
130
Dean of Extension Service, 86
Director of Library School, 86
Graduate Schoo0 of Library Science,
41, 97, 106-111, 149,
167, 188, 196, 197, 200, 204
Institute of Communication Research,
110
Library, 115, 118
Acquisitions Department, 123
Circulation Department, 123
Library Research Center, 111,
112, 120, 132, 191, 196,
199
Library School, 39, 79, 89, 96,
111, 118, 193
Map and Geography Library,
94
Mortenson Center for International
Library Programs,
171, 182
Professor of Rural Sociology,
86
Rare Bookroom Division, 141
Television – Motion Picture
Department, 96
University of Illinois at Springfield,
193, 201
University of Illinois – Chicago, Library
Career Center, 119
University of Illinois – Chicago Circle,
156
University of Illinois Medical Center,
156
University of Kansas, 123
University of Minnesota, 113
University of Missouri, 123
University of Nebraska, 51
University of North Carolina, 165
University of Pennsylvania, 148
Medical School, 102, 103
University of the South (Sewanee), 102
University of South Dakota, 51
University of Southern California, 34
University of Utah, 148
University of Wisconsin, 45, 64, 187
Vassar College Library, 52
Villanova University, 148
Washington University, 148
Western Illinois University, 100, 106,
110, 157, 174, 194, 197
Yale University, 165
Community Services
Arlington Heights Senior Center, 213
Arsenal Courts Community Center,
192
DuPage Sheriff’s Resource Center, 214
Hanover Township Senior Center, 207
Hickman Community Center, 192
Ken-Rock Community Center, 109
Lake County Health Department, 209
Lekotek Center in Galesburg, 208
Learning Exchange of Evanston, 195
Literacy Resource Center, 168
Logan County Human Services Directory,
208
South Metropolitan Association of Low
Incidence Handicapped, 210
Special Resource Centers, 144
Springfield Urban League, 215
War Information Centers, 69, 71
Warner Center, 92
Company Illinois Regiment, 182
Conferences/Institutes/Task Forces/Workshops
Allerton Park Institutes, 196, 197
Armour Institute, 38, 41
Illinois Farmers’ Institute, 38
Illinois Literary Heritage Conferences,
154, 164
Illinois State Library Institute for
School and Public Librarians
(ISPL), 167, 175
Illinois State Library Small Public
Library Management Institutes
(SPLMI), 167, 174, 175
Illinois Teachers’ Institute, 38
In-Service Training Institutes, 108
Institute for Library System Administration,
174
Libraries on the MOVE, 160, 183, 207,
,
Library Administrator’s Conference of
Northern Illinois (LACONI), 107,,
Library Buildings Workshop, 121
Northwest Municipal Conference, 194
Partnership for Literacy Conference,
155
Patent Depository Workshop, 170
Public Library Institutes, 110
Rural Life Conference, 87
Second Black Writers Conference, 187
United Nations Document Workshop,
131
Governor’s Conference on Total
Access, 134
Governor’s Task Force on the Future of
Illinois, 195
White House Conference on Libraries
and Information Services
National conference 1979, 147
National conference 1991, 168
Illinois conference 1978, 147
Illinois conference 1991, 167, 168
Task Force, 172
Craig, Robert, 188
Craig, Thomas, 188
Cutter-Sanborn Numbers, 106, 127
D’Amato, Barbara, 175
Diversity
African-Americans, 52, 61, 91, 119,
121, 122, 134, 148, 168, 176,
178, 183, 186, 191, 192, 214
Asian-Americans, 71, 168, 183, 185,
193, 211, 214
Hispanic-Americans, 183, 208, 211,
213
Native Americans, 7, 22, 30, 132, 193
Slavic groups, 185, 216
European heritage, 1, 7, 36, 37, 85,
168, 183, 185, 214
Spanish-speakers, 180, 191, 208, 211
Downs, Robert, 89, 91, 111, 112, 193
Duncan, Joseph, 7
Dyer, Steve, 234
Eads, Rebecca, 15
Edgar, Brenda, 153, 155, 166
Edgar, Cecil, 166
Edwards, Cyrus, 7
Edwards, Elizabeth, 42
Edwards, Ninian Wirt (Jr.), 18, 42
Egan, Mary, 74
Elected/Appointed Officials
Altgeld, Gov. John, 30, 31
Arrington, W. Russell, 166
Barrett, Edward, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81,
91, 102, 189
Beveridge, Gov. John Lourie, 20
Blagojevich, Rod, 167
Blair, W. Robert, 166
Boilvin, William Jr., 23
Bond, Gov. Shadrach, 3
Braun, Carol Moseley, 148
Bryan, William Jennings, 30, 41, 164
Butler, William, 13
Cammon, Loren W., 88
Carlin, Gov. Thomas, 5, 6, 7, 14, 15
Carpentier, Charles, 81, 88, 89, 90, 91,
92, 94, 95, 102, 108, 122, 123,
189
Carpentier, Donald, 102
Coles, Gov. Edward, 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 14,
Cooley, Horace, 8, 9, 10, 15, 122
Cullom, Gov. Shelby, 20, 28
Daley, Richard J., 81
Dement, Henry, 18, 21, 22, 24, 189
Deneen, Gov. Charles, 31, 38
Dixon, Alan, 148
Dixon, Sherwood, 82
Douglas, Stephen A., 6, 11, 40
Dubois, Jessie, 11, 23
Edgar, Jim 150, 153, 154, 155, 157,
159, 160, 162, 163, 164, 166,
167, 170, 171, 172, 175, 178, 190
Edwards, Ninian Sr., 7, 18, 42
Emmerson, Gov. Louis, 45
Ewing, Gov. William L.D., 5
Fifer, Gov. Joseph, 31, 41
Fitzgerald, Sen. Peter, 167
Ford, Thomas, 7, 15, 18
Gregg, David, 10, 11, 13, 15
Hartigan, Neil, 167
Hatch, Ozias, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 23
Heise, George F., 110
Hinrichsen, William, 27, 30-32, 38,
42, 189
Horner, Gov. Henry, 46, 57, 61, 63, 72
Howlett, Michael, 141, 143
Hughes, Edward, 57, 58, 61, 63, 64,
70, 91, 122, 189
Jones, Emil, 178
Kerner, Gov. Otto, 52, 106, 110, 116,
117
Lockwood, Samuel, 3, 6, 14
Lowden, Gov. Frank, 42, 46
Matteson, Gov. Joel, 15
Netsch, Dawn Clark, 167
Oglesby, Gov. Richard, 20, 23
Ogilvie, Gov. Richard, 127
Otwell, William, 3
Palmer, Gov. John M., 17, 18, 20, 23,
30, 31, 36, 40-42
Books By:
Bench and Bar of Illinois, 41
Personal Recollections
(memoirs), 41
Philip, James “Pate”, 178
Powell, Paul, 13, 106, 117, 118, 122-
125, 127, 161, 190
Poshard, Glenn, 186
Rose, James, 27, 28, 31, 33, 38, 122,
189
Rummel, Edward, 17, 18, 20, 23, 32,
189
Ryan, George, 166, 167, 171-176, 178,
180, 186, 190
Severns, Sen. Penny, 184
Simon, Paul, 124
Smith, Donald R., 148
Starne, Alexander, 13
Stratton. William, 63, 88, 91, 104
Strensky, Franklin, 89
Stevenson. Adlai, 46, 82
Stevenson, Lewis, 46
Tanner, John 28, 31
Thompson, James, 143, 148, 155,
156, 1859, 162, 166, 167, 186
Trumbull, Lyman, 6, 8-10, 23
Tyndale, Sharon, 13
Walker, Dan, 148
Webster, Daniel, 85
White, Secretary Jesse,175, 176, 178,
179, 182, 184, 185, 187, 188, 190
Wood, Corrine, 186
Woods, Harry, 122
Yates, Richard Jr., 31
Emmerson, Allan, 46
Emery, Janice, 234
Entertainment
Chocolate Chips Theatre Company,
179
Fibber McGee, 88
Muntu Dance Theatre, 178
Oak Park – River Forest Art Fair, 107
Springfield Municipal Band, 166
Viewmasters, 67, 74, 83
World’s Columbian Exposition of
1893, 37, 41
World’s Fair Book Exhibit, 119
World’s Fair Traveling Book Exhibit,
119
Equipment/Technology/Software
Cathode Ray Tube, 130
CLUE e-mail system, 186
FAX machines, 170, 207, 209, 210
Flexowriter, 130,
Gamma-Fax, 209, 210
IBM machines 106, 130, 204
Infortrac II systems, 209
Kurzweil reading system 168, 214
MARC II Tapes 130, 135, 143
Feasibility Study 130
MP3 players, 177
Omnifax 9S, 209
Omnifax 9SM, 209
Remington Syncho-Tape Electric Typewriter,
10
Talking Books, 138, 159, 177
Teletype system (TWX), 106, 130,
137, 140, 144, 146
Windows, 215
Windows 95, 216
Film Cooperatives:
Illinois Valley, 107
Mississippi Valley, 107, 119
Northern Illinois, 107
Rock River Valley, 107
Quad City – Scott County, 107
Western Illinois, 107, 109, 112, 119
Forquer, George, 3, 7
Freeman, Joseph, 38
Furman, James, 146
Gachi, Shirley, 155
Gallagher, Michael, 57
Gates Foundation, 182, 183, 188
Foundation State Partnership Program,
182
Public Trustee Grant, 182
Training Labs, 182
U.S. Library Program, 176
Georgia Division of Library Services, 120
Gesterfield, Arnold, 149
Gillen, Frances, 88, 89
Goudy, Calvin, 13
Grosnell, Charles, 79
Guggenheim Fellowship, 186
Halcli, Marie, 234
Hammerstrand, Kristine, 234
Hardy, Elizabeth, 234
Hardy, Thomas, 31
Harlan, James, 16
Harlan, Mary, 16
Harlow, George, 18-24, 32, 189
Harris, Katherine, 234
Harrolle, Mrs. P.F., 88
Helm, Douglas, 38
Hembreiker, Agnes, 234
Hennepin County Library (in Minneapolis),
113
Hennepin Park District, 216
Hine, David, 234
Historical Events
Bicentennial celebration, 141
Chicago Fire of, 1871 21, 36, 37, 41
Great Depression, 46, 53, 54, 55, 57,
67, 69, 80, 189
Haymarket Riot, 30
Internal Improvements Era, 3
Ohio River Flood 1937, 59
Tri-State Tornado, 124
Historical Records Survey, 61
Holton, Hugh, 175
Hospitals/Heath Centers
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital,
215
BroMenn Health Care System, 215
Central Hospital for the Insane, 14
Chicago Women’s Hospital, 24
Great Lakes Naval Hospital, 80
Mayo Clinic, 124, 127
Memorial Hospital, Springfield, 127
Mount Desert Island Hospital, 103
Passavant Area Hospital, 209
Pearl Harbor Naval Hospital, 80
Provena Mercy Center, 214
St. John’s Hospital, 93
Victory Memorial Hospital, 214
Housing
Cabrini Green Housing Development,
187
Golfview Hills Apartment Complex,
209
Henry Horner Housing Development,
187
Hinsdale Heights Apartment Complex,
209
Manteno Veterans’ Home, 210
Peoria Public Housing, 192
Quincy Veterans Home, 210
St. Nicholas Hotel, 124
Howe, Mary, 141
Illinois (State of), 1-3, 5-11, 15, 18-23, 30,
31, 36-38, 40-42, 44-46, 49, 50, 52-
58, 60-64, 66-68, 70-73, 76-78, 80,
82, 85-88, 91, 92, 95-100, 102, 107-
120, 123-125, 127, 128, 130, 131,
133, 134, 136, 138, 140, 141, 143-
151, 153-157, 159-168, 170-191, 193-
196, 199, 201, 203, 204, 207, 210-216
Archives, 21, 23, 42, 48, 52, 61, 63,
86, 94, 101, 102, 180, 182
Archivist, 188
Building, 63, 72, 96, 101, 102,
104, 126, 127, 131, 162
Asylum for Education of the Deaf and
Dumb, 14
Attorney General, 6, 7, 9, 14, 19, 29
Auditor of Public Accounts, 4, 9, 11, 80
Bicentennial Commission, 141
Board of Higher Education, 145, 156,
193, 201
Bureau of the Budget, 140
Business and Labor Advisory Committee,
155
Capitol Complex,102, 126, 162, 171,
178
Capitol Development Board, 161, 162,
Centennial Building, 44, 45, 46, 47,
48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 61, 62, 71, 72,
85, 96, 104, 111, 125, 126, 131,
134, 136, 152, 161, 162, 163,
165, 189
Civil Administrative Code, 46
Civil Service Commission, 143
Children & Family Services, 138
Coalition of Library Associates, 212
Constitution of 1818, 6
Constitutional Convention of 1848,
14, 40
Constitutional Convention of 1970,
122
Department of Conservation, 140
Department of Corrections, 138
Department of Education, 95
Department of Insurance, 111
Department of Law Enforcement, 140
Department of Mental Health, 138
Department of Public Aid, 140, 163
Department of Public Health, 101,
130, 140,
Department of Public Instruction, 42,
66
Department of Public Safety, 138
Early Childhood Intervention Clearinghouse,
215
Emergency Relief Administration, 55,
56
General Assembly, 3-11, 13, 17-21, 29,
31, 36-39, 42, 44, 57, 61, 72, 73,
80, 101, 107, 110, 116-118, 124,
131, 134, 136, 143, 148, 155,
162, 172, 178, 180, 183, 184
Governor, 4-7, 9, 10, 17-20, 28, 29,
38, 39, 41, 44, 46, 63, 73, 78,
102, 143, 162, 171, 186,
Inspector General, 23
Home Bureau Federation, 85
House Appropriations Committee, 39,
73
House Human Services Committee,
187
House of Representatives, 3-7, 11, 15,
36, 46, 57, 78, 80, 89, 117, 122,
124, 148, 176, 178, 186, 187
Law Enforcement Commission, 138
Legislative Council, 122, 140
Legislative Reference Unit, 122
Legislature, 4, 5, 10, 14, 19, 20, 64,
80, 95, 101, 127, 146, 159
Library Extension Commission, 38,
40, 42, 44, 45, 49, 51, 53
Lieutenant Governor, 82, 186
Military & Naval Department, 61
Poet Laureate, 186
Post-War Planning Commission, 72,
73
Secretary of State, 5-7, 9-11, 14, 15,
17, 19, 21, 23, 27, 32, 33, 44, 57,
62, 63, 73, 77, 80, 86, 91, 95,
101, 116, 122-124, 143, 148, 153,
161, 162, 171, 172, 179, 180,
187, 189
Secretary of State Automobile Department,
101
Secretary of State Drivers License Department,
106, 143
Senate, 5, 11, 13, 36, 40, 63, 73, 78,
80, 102, 117, 122, 126, 148, 178
Appropriations Committee, 39
Judiciary Committee, 5
Sergeant at Arms, 11, 13
Speaker of the House, 124, 127, 186
State Arsenal, 61
State Board of Education, 155
State Board of Equalization, 46
State Capitol Buildings:,
General, 5, 6, 9, 19, 52, 127, 162,
163, 166, 179
New State Capitol, Springfield 5
Old State Capitol, Springfield, 11,
13, 18, 23, 126, 127, 161
Vandalia, 3, 4, 5
State Central Committee, 46
State Fair, 39, 54, 64, 86, 184
State Historical Museum, 124
State Historical Society, 22, 27, 31, 34,
42, 44, 47, 51, 125, 126, 161, 189
State Librarian, 6, 8, 10, 17, 23, 32,
44, 62, 80, 86, 91, 93, 95, 117,
121, 122, 124, 127, 153, 155,
171, 184, 185, 186, 188, 189
State Library Committee, 13
State Records Center, 101
Statutes, 10, 14
Stratton Building (formerly State Office
Building), 102, 126, 162
Supreme Court, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 14,
21
Justices, 3, 5, 6, 19, 29
Library, 31, 131
Treasurer, 13, 46, 81, 148
Youth Commission, 138
Illinois-and-Michigan Canal, 3
Illinois Authors Book Fair, 175
Illinois Authors Gala Reception, 175
Illinois Central Railroad, 14
Illinois Cities
Albion, 2, 36,
Aledo, 74
Alexander, 30
Alton, 36, 78, 123, 173 187
Amboy, 57, 213
Anna, 216
Anna-Jonesboro region, 188
Argenta, 112
Ashland, 209
Aurora, 36, 38, 214
Barclay, 209
Batavia, 14
Belleville, 36, 148, 199
Belvidere, 36
Bensenville, 214
Bethany, 112, 184
Bloomington, 36, 87, 184, 199, 209
Bradley, 114
Camp Point, 56
Canton, 215
Carbondale, 99, 100, 104, 109, 160,
197, 207
Carlinville, 40, 41, 70, 166, 184
Carmi, 14, 74
Carrollton, 7
Carterville, 178
Centralia, 216
Champaign, 167, 188, 192
Champaign-Urbana, 123, 132, 212
Charleston, 153, 166, 196
Chatham, 34, 209, 215
Chester, 31, 46, 85
Chicago, 15, 21, 23, 30, 31, 32, 36,
37, 38, 53, 57, 62, 63, 70, 79, 80,
86, 87, 102, 107, 112, 113, 114,
117, 119, 120, 121, 127, 129, 131,
132, 133, 134, 138, 140, 144,
155, 156, 159, 162, 168, 170,
171, 172, 173, 174, 183, 186,
187, 193-195, 198, 203, 203, 204,
209-211, 213
Cisco, 216
Clayton, 56
Clinton, 112, 212, 216
Coatsburg, 56
Crestwood, 121, 122
Danville, 51, 78, 96
Darien, 209, 214
DeKalb, 87, 104, 199, 212
Decatur, 38, 42, 112, 114, 184
Dundee, 41
Dundee Township, 99
East Chicago Heights, 121, 122
East Moline, 102
East Peoria, 178
East St. Louis, 78, 132, 174, 192
Edwardsville, 2, 3, 6, 14, 36,
Eldorado, 209
Elgin, 37, 41, 99, 199
Elmwood Park, 184
Erie, 90
Eureka, 215
Evanston, 64, 67, 167
Fairview Heights, 148
Farina, 76
Fithian, Village,, 209
Forsyth, 208
Franklin, 30
Galena, 15
Galesburg, 36, 123
Geneva, 178
Glencoe, 213
Golconda, 31
Greenville, 36
Hagarstown, 74
Harrisburg, 58, 198
Hartford, 209
Harvey, 209
Hennepin, 21
Herrin, 58
Hoopeston, 114
Illiopolis, 112
Jacksonville, 13, 14, 30, 58, 161, 209,
215
Joliet, 15, 21, 24, 87
Kankakee, 87, 186
Kaskaskia, 3, 14, 22, 182
Kewanee, 207
Lacon, 74
Lake Zurich, 214
La Prairie, 56
Lawndale, 191
Lemont, 207
Liberty, 56
Lima, 56
Litchfield, 215
Lombard, 148
Macomb, 197
Madison, 216
Magnolia, 55
Marquette, 21
Mascoutah, 99, 104
Mason City, 215
Mattoon, 87
Maywood, 67
McNabb, 55
Metropolis, 38
Moline, 45, 70, 90, 102, 114, 194, 195
Monticello, 108, 120
Monmouth, 107, 112
Morris, 209
Morton, 207
Morton Grove, 155
Mount Olive, 85, 86
Mount Prospect, 194
Mount Vernon, 46, 117
Murphysboro, 208
Naperville, 173
Nauvoo, 7
New Salem, 46
Noble, 88
Normal, 196
Oak Lawn, 60, 194
Oak Park, 67, 112, 120, 164
Oakwood, 209
Oakwood Village, 209
Oblong, 172
Orion, 70
Orland Hills, 209
Oswego, 209
Ottawa, 10, 214
Pekin, 23, 207
Peoria, 15, 23, 36, 37, 67, 114, 128,
132, 140, 192, 200, 203
Peru, 98
Petersburg, 215
Phoenix, 209
Pittsfield, 10, 16
Plano, 114
Pleasant Plains, 188
Pontiac, 70
Princeville, 114
Quincy, 15, 36, 56, 96, 140, 173, 184
Robbins, 121, 122
Robinson, 172
Rochelle, 98, 99
Rochester, 215
Rock Island, 36, 96
Rockford, 36, 52, 67, 78, 109, 120,
130, 132, 151, 184, 194, 203,
204, 215
Rockton, 215
Roselle, 99
Rosemont, 121
Rushville, 15
Sauk Village, 121, 122
Savanna, 87, 89, 100, 104
Shawneetown, 155
Shorewood, 209
South Holland, 214
Springfield, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 12, 14-17,
20, 23, 30, 31, 34, 39, 41, 45, 46,
49, 57, 60, 61, 64, 66, 70, 73, 74,
84, 88, 91, 101, 102, 107, 114,
116, 117, 120, 122-124, 126, 127,
131, 136, 139, 141, 147, 148,
150, 154, 155, 161, 162, 163,
165, 167, 171, 173, 175-178, 182,
183, 184, 188, 198, 215
St. Charles, 184, 188
Stillman Valley, 211
Sugar Grove, 209
Tamms, 216
Taylorville, 13, 215
Thayer, 34
Tinley Park, 209
Troy, 209
Twin Oaks, 112
Urbana, 157, 192, 194
Vandalia, 3, 5, 6, 14, 74
Vienna, 117, 124
Virden, 184
Warrensburg, 215
Waterloo, 7
West Chicago, 209
West Frankfort, 85
West Peoria, 74
Western Springs, 155
Wheaton, 41
Willowbrook, 209
Wilmette, 167
Wilmington, 209
Wood River, 40
Illinois Counties
Adams, 56, 60, 62
Alexander, 62
Bond County, 62, 67
Boone, 62
Brown, 62
Bureau, 38, 62
Calhoun, 58, 59, 60, 62
Carroll, 62, 215
Cass, 62
Champaign, 38, 62
Christian, 62, 194
Clark, 58, 59, 62
Clay, 62
Clinton, 60, 62, 99
Coles, 62, 68, 166
Cook, 15, 24, 38, 60, 62, 76, 81, 116,
127
County Clerk, 82
Democratic Party, 63
Department of Corrections, 195,
211
Recorder of Deeds, 176, 187
Crawford, 62
Cumberland, 62
DeKalb, 62
DeWitt, 62, 210
Douglas, 62
DuPage, 62, 127
Edgar, 62
Edwards, 62
Effingham, 53, 62, 75
Fayette, 62, 74, 75
Ford, 62
Franklin, 62
Fulton, 62
Gallatin, 58, 59, 62
Greene, 7, 62
Grundy, 53, 62
Hamilton, 62
Hancock, 62
Hardin, 62
Henderson, 62, 98
Henry, 62, 67
Iroquois, 62
Jackson, 62
Jasper, 62
Jefferson, 60, 62
Jersey, 62
Jo Daviess, 15, 62
Johnson, 62
Kane, 38, 62, 127
Kankakee, 62, 78
Kendall, 52, 58, 62
Knox, 62
Lake, 62
LaSalle, 21, 38, 62
Lawrence, 62
Lee County, 62, 98
Livingston, 62, 78
Logan, 62, 194, 210
Macon, 38, 53, 62, 194, 210
Macoupin, 60, 62, 67
Madison, 62
Marion, 62
Marshall, 62
Mason, 62
Massac, 62
McDonough, 56, 62
McHenry, 38, 62, 127
McLean, 62, 215
Menard, 62, 194
Mercer, 62
Monroe, 7, 58, 59, 62, 99
Morgan, 30, 62
Moultrie, 62, 208
Ogle, 62, 98
Peoria, 62
Perry, 59, 60, 62
Piatt, 62
Pike, 62
Pope, 31
Pope, 62
Pulaski, 62
Putnam County, 55, 62, 67, 111, 192
Randolph, 62
Richland, 62, 88, 91
Rock Island, 62
Saline, 62
Sangamon, 34, 53, 60, 62, 194
Schuyler, 62
Scott, 62
Shelby, 62
St. Clair, 62, 99
Stark, 62
Stephenson, 38, 62
Tazewell, 23, 62
Union, 62
Vermillion, 62
Wabash, 62
Warren, 44, 62, 67, 98, 111, 112
Washington, 62, 99
Wayne, 62
White, 62
Whiteside, 62
Will, 62, 127
Williamson, 62
Winnebago, 62
Woodford, 62
Illinois FIRST, 186
Illinois Libraries
Addison Public Library, 208, 213
Alpha Park Public Library District, 204
Argenta Public Library, 112
Arlington Heights Memorial Library,
204, 208, 210, 213
Auburn Public Library, 215
Barclay Public Library District, 215
Bartlett Public Library District, 207
Belleville Public Library, 208
Bensenville Community Public Library,
213
Bethany Public Library, 112, 184
Bloomington Public Library, 184, 209
Blue Mound Memorial Library District,
211
Carlinville Public Library, 184
Carmi Public Library, 74
Carthage Public Library, 207
Catlin Public Library District, 215
Centralia Regional Library District,
185, 216
Champaign Public Library, 141, 149
Chicago Public Library, 57, 67, 68, 70,
71, 112, 115, 120, 131, 134, 171,
177, 184, 191-193, 195, 199, 207,
208, 210, 211, 213
Afro-American Collection, 132
Chinatown Branch, 211
Clarence Darrow Branch, 210
Department of Books for Blind &
Physically Handicapped, 138
Douglas Branch, 191
George Cleveland Branch, 192
Kelly Branch of Englewood District,
184, 191
Legler Branch, 74
Library Services Project, 112
Lincoln Park Branch, 191,
Logan Square Branch, 208
Mt. Greenwood Branch, 211
Music Information Center, 211
Portage-Cragin Branch 184, 196
Social Sciences and History Division,
194
Special Collections Division, 211
Sulzer Regional Library, 209
Vivian G. Harsh 134, 192
Clarendon Hills Public Library, 209
Cleveland Public Library, 90
Darien Public Library District, 209
DeKalb Public Library, 212
Decatur Public Library, 39, 112, 204,
211, 216
Des Plaines Public Library, 204, 214
Dixon Public Library, 214
East St. Louis Public Library, 192
Ela Area Public Library, 214
Elgin Public Library, 37
Elmhurst Public Library, 207
Elmwood Park Public Library, 184
Evanston Public Library 57, 64
Flossmoor Public Library, 214
Fox River Regional Library, 99, 109
Friends Creek Public Library, 210
Gail Borden Public Library District,
199
Preschool Media Center, 199
Galesburg Public Library 36, 123
Genoa Public Library District, 209
Golconda Public Library, 57
Grayslake Area Public Library District,
209
Greenville Public Library, 36
Hayner Public Library, 173
Henderson County District Library, 98
Herrin City Library, 57
Highland Park Library, 57
Hinsdale Public Library, 214
Homewood Public Library, 214
Illiopolis Public Library, 112
Indian Prairie Public Library District,
214
John Crerar Library, Chicago, 144
Joliet Public Library, 149, 208, 211
Julia E. Hill Library, 211
Kankakee Public Library, 207
LaSalle Public Library, 58
Lemont Public Library, 207
Lincoln Library, Springfield, 64, 149,
182, 215
Lincoln Public Library, 208
Lovington Township Library, 208
Madison Public Library, 216
Maywood Public Library, 67
Moline Public Library, 45, 50, 107
Mount Carmel Public Library, 74
Mount Olive Public Library, 207
Mount Prospect Public Library, 194
Newberry Library, Chicago, 194, 213
North Chicago Public Library, 214
North Riverside Library, 208
Oak Park Public Library, 41, 107, 112
Park Forest Public Library, 209, 214
Parkhurst Memorial Library, 214
Pekin Public Library, 207
Peoria Public Library, 37, 91, 107, 191,
192, 215
Peru Public Library, 98
Plainfield Public Library, 149
Pontiac Public Library, 74
Poplar Creek Public Library District,
207, 208
Putnam County Public Library District,
192, 216
Quincy Public Library, 107, 184, 216
Rantoul Public Library, 209
Reddick Library, 214
Robinson Township Library, 172
Rochelle-Flagg Township Library, 98
Rock Island Public Library, 192
Rockford Public Library, 107, 109, 184,
192
Rock River Valley District Library, 109
Rolling Meadows Library, 207
Sallie Logan Public Library, 208
Savanna Public Library District, 100,
215
Schaumburg Township Public Library,
194, 199, 210
Skokie Public Library, 112, 204, 212
Somonauk Public Library, 57
Sterling Public Library, 215
Stillman Valley Library, 98
Stinson Memorial Library District, 216
Thomas Ford Memorial Library, 207
University Park Public Library District,
214
Urbana Free Library, 194, 216
Venice Public Library, 216
Vienna Public Library, 57
Virden Public Library, 184
Vespasian-Warner Public Library District,
212, 216
Warren County Public Library, 98, 107,
205
Warren Newport Public Library, 211
Wheaton Public Library, 214
Willow Branch Township Library, 216
Wilmette Public Library, 167
Illinois Library Network, 144, 171
Illinois Library Materials Processing Centers,
120, 130, 151, 152, 204
Illinois Library Research Series, 109
Illinois Literacy Hotline, 155
Illinois Patriot Information Forms, 182
Illinois Regional Depositories and
Libraries, 87, 130
Bloomington, 87
Carbondale (Southern Illinois Regional
Library), 104, 106, 109-112, 119,
120
DeKalb (Northern Illinois Regional
Library), 100, 109, 112, 119
Kankakee, 87
Macomb (Western Illinois Regional
Library), 100, 106, 109, 110, 112,
119, 205
Mattoon, 87
Savanna, 100
Illinois River, 3
Illinois Schools/School District
Bensenville Elementary School, 214
Bensenville Tioga School, 214
Calvin Coolidge School, 74
Champaign High School, 51
Chicago Jenner Elementary School,
187
Chicago Jones High School, 213
Chicago Schiller Academy, 187
Chicago Waller High School (Lincoln
Park Academy), 187
City of Chicago School District, 213
Egyptian Community Unit School
District, 216
Elgin Academy, 41
Evanston Township High School, 64
Homewood-Flossmoor Community
High School, 214
Illini Central Community Unit School
District, 215
Jacksonville Routt High School, 216
Macomb Senior High School, 157
Naperville Community School District,
214
New Berlin Community Unit School
District, 215
Rochelle Junior High School, 99
Springfield Public School District-
Springfield High School, 72, 216
St. Anthony Grade School, 216
Waukegan Community Unit School
District, 214
Illinois State Library, 1-25, 27, 29-35, 38-
42, 44-75, 77-80, 83-97, 99-102, 104,
106-109, 111-141, 143-168, 170-192,
194-201, 203-210, 212, 213
Academic and Special Libraries Consultant,
129
Administrative Services Group, 129
Administration and Planning, 176
Advisory Committee (ISLAC) (main
body), 72-74, 79, 88, 92-94, 97,
104, 108, 115, 118, 119, 122, 129,
140, 141, 149, 156, 173, 193
Advisory Committee on Education and
Training, 140
Advisory Committee on Library Services
for the Blind & Physically
Handicapped, 140
Advisory Committee on Schools, 140
Sub Committees:
Cooperative Collection Development,
140
Automation Committee, 140
Library Services and Construction,
121, 140
Library Systems, 140
Interlibrary Cooperation, 140
Selection, 98, 110
Task Forces:
Untaxed 140
Aging 140
Adult Education Department, 66, 72,
86, 111, 125, 194
Acquisitions Policy, 136
Acquisitions Unit, 86, 111
Archives Division, 44-46, 48, 51, 52,
57, 58, 63, 69, 79, 86, 101
Art Department, 65, 72, 83, 86, 122
Automation and Technology Division,
180, 188
Binding Section, 131
Branch Libraries Dept, 111
Cataloging Department, 86, 104
Circulation Department, 94, 111, 182
Collection Development Section, 129,
131
Collections Department, 72, 86, 92
Consultants, 86
Consultant Service Unit, 86, 111
Consultant for Research and Statistics,
133
Data Processing Study, 128, 143, 144
Digital Imaging Unit, 180
Diversity Program, 183
Documents Unit, 126
Employees (Past & Present)
Adams, Stanley, 149
Bailey, Dorothy, 122
Baird, Estelle, 33
Beasley, James, 123, 129, 131,
132, 143
Bloomberg, Kathleen, 234
Boilvin, Emma, 18, 21, 23, 24, 32
Boord, Miller, 111
Booth, Arlyn, 182
Booth, Barry, 133, 149
Bostian, Irma, 137
Bryce, J.P., 21
Bullen, Andrew, 188
Collins, Raymond, 182
Corneau, Alice, 33
Craig, Anne, 180, 183, 184, 185,
188, 190
Curran, Clara, 86, 99, 122
Deuel, Marlene, 165
Dieckhaus, Vonnetti, 93, 99
Dixon, Dan, 234
Egan, Karen, 234
Fowler, Eva May, 40, 42, 44, 45,
46,
Gesterfield, Kathryn “Kay”, 141,
143, 147, 149, 151, 155, 156,
161, 167
Halcli, Albert, 125, 126, 129-131,
145, 156, 160
Hinrichsen, Savilla, 30, 32, 33, 38
James, Marion, 77
Jones, Fannie, 132
Jones, Priscilla, 32
Kies, Cosette, 133
Kirk, Sherwood, 161
Kissinger, Eloise, 122
Knecht, Helen, 182
Krah, Nancy, 137
LaCamera, Francie, 182
Lamont, Bridget, 146, 152, 155,
156, 159-163, 167, 168, 170,
171, 176, 188, 190
Langston, Laura, 86, 98, 99, 111
Lucas, Colin, 93, 98, 117
Martin, Marti, 234
Mayberry, Donna, 234
McCormick, Greg, 234
McCoy, Ralph, 57, 58, 60, 69, 70,
71, 94
McGuckin, Pat, 234
Murray, Grace, 107
Nichols, Nellie, 33
Norris, Pat, 234
Norton, Margaret Cross, 41, 45,
48, 51, 52, 58, 61, 63, 79, 86,
933, 94, 99, 101, 102
Pearson, Grace, 32
Pence, Cheryl, 161
Powless, Dee Ann, 234
Price, Anna May, 39, 45, 49, 51-58
Ragen, Mike, 184
Redmond, Mary, 122
Reeves, Kate K., 33
Reid, de Lafayette, Jr., 86, 93, 94,
96-99, 104, 107-110, 113, 118,
122, 123, 127-129, 141, 189,
190, 205
Rogers, Helene, 51, 56, 57, 64, 66,
67, 69, 70, 79, 80, 86, 88-94,
96, 99, 122, 123, 134, 167,
189
Rose, Helen, 33
Rose, Jessie, 33
Ruhland, George, 18, 32
Rummel, Rudolph, 18, 32
Running, Jane, 234
Ryan, Charlotte, 56, 58
Selby, Emily, 32
Skogh, Harriet, 45, 46, 48-51, 58,
61, 62, 69, 86
Slanker, Dr. Barbara, 133
Snyder, Ethel, 234
Strohm, Vicki, 234
Thayer, Maude, 32-34, 39, 40
Trezza, Alphonse, 116, 123, 125,
128, 129, 136, 137, 141, 143,
147-149, 151, 156, 157, 161,
190, 200, 205
Urbanek, Jeanne, 234
Utterback, Thomas, 33
Wallbridge, Edith, 21, 24, 32, 35,
38
Wilkins, Jean, 176, 182, 186, 184,
188, 190
Extension Division, 44, 46, 49-51, 53-
57, 59, 60, 69, 86, 108
Frieze, 163, 164, 175, 178
General Division, 44-46, 49, 50, 57,
58, 69, 86
Government Documents Section, 131
Grant Programs
Bridging the Gap, 176
Bring In a Trainer, 176
Demonstration of Public Library
Service, 176, 216
Developing a Statewide Toolkit,
176
Digital Imaging for Libraries, 176
Educate and Automate, 172
Emerging Technologies and
Methodologies, 176
Live & Learn, 172, 180, 186, 190
Public Library Per Capita 146, 172,
183
Illinois Authors Room, 171, 175
Illinois Authors Browsing Collection,
175
Illinois Documents Section, 126, 131
Illinois Out-of-State Documents Unit/
Section, 131
ILLINET/OCLC Department, 158, 184,
188
Information Service Branch, 151
Juvenile Books Department, 96, 125
Leadership Training Program, 182
Libraries for Institutions and the Handicapped,
129
Library Career Branch, 129
Library Development Section/Group,
111, 120, 125, 129, 131, 124, 140,
149, 167
Library Materials Processing Section,
129, 130
Library Operations Group, 129
Library Service Demonstration Unit,
86
Literacy Grant Program, 155
Advisory Board, 155
Literacy Office, 155
Literacy Programs, 184, 185
Adult Literacy Grant Program, 184
Adult Volunteer Literacy Tutoring
Project, 184
Family Literacy Project, 184, 185
Workplace Skills Enhancement
Project, 184, 185
Penny Severns Summer Family
Literacy Grant Program, 184
Map Department, 182
Music Department (Music Box), 72,
83, 84, 86
Patent Office, 170
Preservation, Office of, 161
Processing Unit, 86
Professional Development Branch,
129
Programs/Services
Access Local Library (ALLY), 186
Ask?Away, 180
Every Library in Illinois (ELI), 180,
188
Family Reading Night, 172, 173
Find-It! Illinois, 180, 183, 188
Illinois Digital Archives, 180, 188
Illinois Delivery System (ILDS),
144, 157, 185
Illinois Library and Information
Network (ILLINET), 140, 144-
148, 151, 152, 155-157, 159,
192, 194-200, 213, 216
Illinois Library and Information
Network Bibliographic Data
Base Service (IBDBS), 143
Try-It! Illinois, 176
Public Information Branch, 129
Public Library Development Branch,
129
Public Services Section/Department,
86, 93, 111, 129, 188
Publications Unit, 111
Publications and Public Information
Department, 129
Receiving and Shipping Department,
72
Recording Services, 84, 111, 125
Reference Department, 86, 126, 182,
188
Research and Statistics Branch, 129
Scholarship Program, 110, 140, 151,
167
School-Public Library Liaison, 129
Serials Section, 131
Services to Children and Young Adults,
146
Service to the Disadvantaged Branch,
129
Systems Analysis and Management
Department, 129
Talking Book and Braille Service, 177,
178, 180
Talking Book Centers, 159, 177, 178
Technical Processes Unit, 111
Technical Services Section, 86, 111,
129-131
Training Lab, 182
Illinois State Historical Society (and
Archives), 28, 42, 111, 193
Illinois State Library School, 41
Illinois State Museum of Natural History,
20, 22, 42, 44, 48-51, 71, 96, 102,
104, 111, 124126, 182, 189
Illinois State Plan (for Library Services
Act), 97, 110, 118
Infopass, 128
Intellectual Resources:
Illinois Intellectual Resources Program,
139
Provision of Intellectual Resources,
138
Total Access to Intellectual Resources,
139
Interlibrary loan (system), 144, 157, 179,
200
International Book Year, 131
Interstate Library Compact, 107, 119
Institutes
Institute for Library System Administration,
174
Institute of American Genealogy, 35
Institute of Museum and Library
Sciences, 175, 179, 181, 183, 188
Library ABC’s Institute, 197, 198
National Leadership Grant, 179
Jenks, Jessie P., 58
Jesse White Tumbling Team, 175, 176,
184, 187
Johnson, Henry W., 85
Johnson, Mark, 234
Johnson, Miriam, 110
Johnston, Jim, 149, 234
Jones, T. D., 12, 13, 127
Jordan, Michael, 167
Kankakee County Board of Supervisors,
186
Keosippi Interstate Library System, 119,
203
King, Karon, 234
Klene, Joanne, 144
Kraus, Joe, 123
Ladd, Jim, 234
Lamont, Tom, 167
Law Enforcement/Corrections
DuPage County Sheriff, 195
FBI, 88
Illinois State Police, 81, 171
Kane County Adult Corrections Center,
195
Menard Prison, 85
Michigan State Police, 171
Southern Illinois Penitentiary (Menard
Penitentiary), 31, 107
Stateville Prison, 87
Lawrence, Mike, 159
Laws/Acts/Bills
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),
168
Appropriations Act of 1949, 79
Certificate of Title Law, 63
Civil Rights Act, 119
County Library Law, 1919, 67, 72, 95,
98
Demonstration Bill, 75, 77
District Library Law, 1943, 72, 80
Elementary and Secondary Education
Act, 119
Emergency Jobs Bill, 161
Equal Rights Amendment, 146
Financial Responsibility Law, 63
Hard Roads Act of 1918, 53
HB 1607 (systems funding in 1967),
117
HB 214 (federal funds for public library
construction), 121
HB 402 (failed appropriation in 1935),
57
HB 405 (1935 Library Relief Fund), 57,
63, 64, 72, 189
HB 526 (1945 Demonstration Bill), 72,
75, 77
HB 694 (amended the State Library
Act), 44
Higher Education Facilities Act, 119
Illinois Public Library District Act, 198
Illinois Securities Act, 187
Kansas-Nebraska Act, 40
Library Act of 1848, 8
Library Development Act, 127
Library Services Act, 96-101, 104, 106,
107, 109-113, 115, 118, 120, 132-
134
Multitype Library Systems Bill, 156
National Defense Act, 119
Network of Public Library Systems Act,
1965, 110
Public Library Act, 1872, 36, 37, 40,
44
Public Library Standards, 135
Revised Statutes, 1971, 134,
SB 535 (ILA representative on ISLAC),
104
SB 611 (authorized construction of a
new building to house the State
Library, 42
Standards for the Service of Illinois
Multitype Library Systems, 156
State Library Act, 1874, 44, 62
State Library Act, 1921, 5, 44, 57
State Library Act, 1939, 62, 63, 73
State Records Act, 1957, 101,
State Records Act, 1961, 101
Vocational Education Act, 1963, 119
Legislative Reference Bureau, 39, 50, 117,
140,
Libraries/Library Organizations outside of
Illinois
Alabama Public Library Service, 120
Dakota-Scott Regional Library, West
Paul, Minnesota, 113
Denver Public Library, 149
Des Moines Public Library, 79
Enoch Pratt Library of Baltimore, 90
Free Library of Philadelphia, 148
Iowa Summer Library School, 45, ,
Library Company of Philadelphia, 36
Library Service Center of Missouri
Minneapolis Public Library, 113
New York Public Library, 90, 199
Philadelphia Public Library, 148
Library of International Relations, 193
Library Careers Center, 119, 120, 133
Library General Information Survey
(LIBGIS I, II, III IV), 141
Library Services Act Fund, 97
Library Services Act Scholarship, 110
Library Services and Construction Act, 111-
113, 118-120, 122, 131, 132, 134,
136-138, 140, 143, 151, 155-157,
159, 70, 173-176, 191, 192, 196, 199,
200, 203, 207-213, 216
Title I, 112, 131, 137, 156, 168, 191
Title II, 112, 131, 136, 137, 161, 191
Title III, 131, 137, 191
Title IV-A, 132, 133
Title IV-B, 132, 133
Library Services and Technology Act, 175,
176, 212-216
Library Systems:
Alliance, 174, 215
Bur Oak, 117, 119, 135, 138, 174,
192, 203
Chicago, 117, 135, 174, 203, 210, 213
Corn Belt, 117, 170, 174, 192, 200,
203, 209, 210
Cumberland Trail, 117, 133, 174, 193,
198, 200, 203, 210
DuPage, 117, 166, 195, 197, 203, 209,
210
Great River, 117, 119, 170, 174, 194,
197, 198, 203, 210
Heritage Trail, 174, 215
Illinois Heartland, 174
Illinois Valley, 117, 128, 145, 156, 170,
174, 200, 203, 204
Kaskaskia, 117, 133, 174, 195, 197,
198, 200, 204
Lewis and Clark, 117, 133, 145, 174,
182, 197, 204,
Lincoln Trail, 117, 173, 192, 204, 209,
221, 215
Metropolitan, 174, 210
North Suburban, 117, 137, 141, 143,
174, 194, 196, 197, 199, 204,
209, 214
Northern Illinois, 117, 144, 204, 214
Prairie Area, 174
Reaching Across Illinois, 174
River Bend, 117, 145-147, 174, 182,
194, 195, 197, 204, 209, 214, 215
Rolling Prairie, 117, 192, 197, 198,
204, 216
Shawnee, 117, 119, 133, 135, 138,
144, 145, 160, 174, 182, 193,
197, 198, 204, 211, 216
Starved Rock, 117, 133, 138, 141, 174,
193, 197, 199, 204
Suburban, 117, 122, 139, 144, 145,
174, 182, 193, 196, 197, 199,
204, 209, 210, 214
Western Illinois, 112, 117, 119, 133,
170, 174, 197, 198, 200, 205
Lincoln’s Cooper Union Speech, 12
Lincoln Memorial, 16
Lincoln Monument Association, 13
Lincoln’s Home, 23
Lincoln’s Tomb, 16, 23
Literacy Council of Southern Illinois, 173
Local Data Records, (LRDs) 158
Logan, Stephen T., 11
Lyons, Karen Danczak, 184
Magazines and Periodicals
American Libraries, 200
Architectural Record, 163
Catholic Library World, 148
Century Magazine, 16
Christian Science Monitor, 90
General Practitioner, 103
Harper’s Magazine, 27
Illinois Libraries, 44, 51-53, 61, 66, 69-
71, 74, 77, 85, 86, 91, 92, 96, 98,
102, 106, 107, 110, 112, 117, 122,
123, 128, 129, 131-133, 136, 137,
144, 146, 153, 155, 168, 170,
176, 193, 196-198, 200, 203, 206,
207, 213
Illinois Library Association Record, 78
Illinois Nodes (Insight), 137, 167
Illinois State Library Top Shelf, 137,
165
International Information Service, 193
Library Journal, 133, 201
MacLean’s, 103
Medical Economics, 103
Metropolitan Periodicals Service, 194
Public Library Abstracts, 111
Reader’s Digest, 103
True, 103,
U.S. News and World Report, 167
Maggeroli, Phyllis, 109, 117
Mann, Curtis, 234
Marquardt, J. Walter, 64
Maryland State Archives, 61
Master of Library Science Degree (MLS),
41, 123, 176, 188
McClarren, Robert, 137, 141, 234
McKay, Amanda, 234
Measures of Quality (I and II), 153, 198
Mercer County Courthouse, 74
Mexican Central Railroad, 24
Michals, Mary, 234
Milavec, Julie, 149, 234
Moses, John, 14
Nash, Patrick, 63
National Archives, 44, 61
National Library Week, 104, 107, 153, 203
National Poetry Month, 213
National Video Resources, 183
National Women’s Hall of Fame, 187
New York State Library School, 41, 45, 52
News Media
Associated Press, 90
Caruthersville Democrat-Argus, 123
Champaign News-Gazette, 173
Chicago Daily News, 90
Chicago Herald, 31
Chicago Sun-Times, 178
Chicago Tribune, 17, 23, 30, 90, 155,
164, 167, 172, 177
Cincinnati Enquirer, 30
Hartford Courant, 90
Illinois Daily State Register, 11
Illinois Newsline Network, 177
Illinois State Journal, 21, 25, 27, 28,
32, 92
Jacksonville Journal-Courier, 30
Lincoln Evening Journal, 51, 52
London News Chronicle, 92
Moline Dispatch, 88-91
New York Times, 90, 177
New York Tribune, 12
Quincy Herald, 30
Springfield State Journal-Register, 128,
148, 166
Toledo Blade, 31
USA Today, 177
Washington Post, 92
Weekly Illinois Courier, 30
Will County Courier, 15
Nicolay, Helen, 11
Nolting, Orin, 127
Nordenberg, Seymour, 137
Northern Cross R.R., 3
Notable Names
Castro Fidel, 186
Darrow, Clarence, 31
de Lafayette, Gen. Marquis, 28, 127
Dempsey, Jack, 71
Dewey, Melvil, 41
Dewey Decimal Classification System,
40, 48, 106, 127, 130, 149
Franklin, Benjamin, 5, 36
Hamilton, Alexander, 182
Hoover, J. Edgar, 88
Kamehameha IV, King, 15
Kingsborough, Lord, 22
Lee, Robert E,. 16
Lincoln, Mary Todd, 16, 42
Lincoln, Robert Todd, 10, 12, 16
Lincoln, Tad, 153
Louis, Joe, 85
McCarthy, Joseph, 88
Mother Jones (Mary Jones), 86
Thomas, Clarence, 148
Oak Park Centralized Processing Center,
12, 120, 151
Occupational Health and Safety Administration,
(OSHA), 161
Ohio College Library Center, (OCLC) 128,
130, 140, 143, 144, 146, 147, 150,
156, 158, 180, 183, 188, 183, 194,
200, 216
FirstSearch, 180,
OCLC Question Point Pilot Project, 181
World Catalog (WorldCat), 180,
Osman, Abukar, 170
Outside the U.S.
Armenia, 171
Australia, 21, 170, 171
New South Wales, 170, 171
Sydney, 170, 171
Azerbaijan, 171
Belgium, 31
Bosnia, 171
Canada, 71, 109, 193, 196
Cuba, 186
Egypt, 16
Germany, 18, 23, 69
Europe, 5, 34, 171,
France, 18
Cannes, 31
Paris, 16
Korea, 182, 186
Italy
Genoa, 16
Haiti, 171
Ireland, 15
Kazakhstan, 171
Mexico, 24
Mongolia, 171
Philippines
Butan City, 96
Poland, 69, 171
Puerto Rico, 109
Russia, 6, 182
U.S.S.R., 47
Somalia, 170
South Africa, 109
South America, 34
United Kingdom, 18
Great Britain, 92
England, 16, 36
London, 24, 90, 92
Pearson, Isaac Newton, 32
Perone, Jan, 234
Plotnik, Arthur, 141
Politics
Communist, 88
Democrat, 15, 23, 30, 40, 41, 46, 63,
80, 82, 88, 91, 102, 117, 124, 126,
143, 148, 166, 167, 177, 186
Gold Democrat, 30, 41
Liberalism, 88
Liberal Republican, 41
Progressive, 82
Republican, 8, 2, 14, 16, 30, 31, 40,
46, 78, 80, 88, 91, 102, 124, 148,
153, 166, 167, 178
Whig, 7, 11, 14, 16
Powell, Daisy Butler, 124
Powell, Violet, 124
Pratt, O.D, 15
Prehn, Ryan, 234
Preston, Kenneth, 161
Projects/Programs
American Bookshelf Project, 141
Book Talk (radio program), 96
Booked For Lunch, 175
Books by Mail 192, 203
Books in Balance, (television program),
96
Books That Made a Difference, 155
Centralized Catalog Card Project, 104,
120
Communication Research on Rural
Library Problems Project, 107
Cooperative Collection Development
Project, 140, 145, 146, 210
Demonstration Program, 74, 76, 77,
78, 80, 87, 94, 114
Dim the Lights Day, 137
Douglass Center Project, 132
El Centro de la Causa, 191
Head Start, 208
Illinois Cooperative Conservation Program,
161
Illinois Library Host Program, 171
Illinois Minorities Manpower Project,
133
Illinois Valley District Library Project,
98
Illinois Veterans History Project, 182
Interlibrary Cooperative Consultant
Project, 140, 206
Intra-System Computerized Resource
Sharing Circulation Control Program,
150
Kaskaskia Regional Library Project, 99
Keokuk Interstate Cooperative Project,
119
Library and Literary Exchange Program,
171
Library Development Project, 109,
110,
Library Line (radio program), 204
Library Resources Enrichment Program
(LREP), 139, 140, 203, 204
Library Laboratory, 109, 111
Midwest Program of Airborne Television
Instruction (MPATI), 110
Model Cities Program, 192
Night Owl Reference Service, 210
Open Book, The (television program),
203
Operation Bootstrap, 122
Operation Read, 122, 192
Organ Donor Program, 187
PASS, I, II, & III, 198
Passport to Reading, 184
Patron Purge Project, 125
POSE I & II, 197
Prairie Trails Library District Project,
98
Preserving Electronic Publications
(PEP), 179, 180
Project LIME (Library Mergers), 160,
174, 183, 209
Project Next Generation, 184
Project PLUS (Promoting Larger Units
of Service), 136, 153, 159, 160,
173, 175, 183, 207, 209
Project PRIDE, 192
Radio Information Service, 159
Radio Reading Service, 159
Read Illinois, 153, 154
Advisory Council, 154
Skokie-Twin Oaks Contractual Service
Project, 112
Traveling Exhibit of Children’s Books,
110
Traveling Book Exhibit Project, 110
Trustee Consultant Program, 120
Victory Book Campaign, 68-71, 94,
189
Warren & Henderson County Project,
98
Works Progress Administration (WPA),
59, 60, 61, 63, 67, 71
zILLANE Project, 179
Public Service Administration, 127
Public Venues
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
and Museum, 27, 28, 33, 34
Allerton House, 120
Allerton Park, 108, 109, 196
Appomattox Court House, Va., 16
British Museum, 131
Chicago Botanic Garden, 213
Churchill Downs, 63
Effingham City Hal, 74
Fayette County Courthouse, 74
Fort Sheridan, 71
Hennepin Courthouse, 55
Lacon City Hall, 74
Lincoln Park, Chicago, 191
Museum of Science and Industry, 211
Navy Pier, 180
Portland Public Library, 93,
Smithsonian National Museum of
History, 181
Public Works Administration (PWA), 61, 63
Publications
American Library Association Guidelines
for Audiovisual Materials and
Services for Public Libraries, 196
Analyzing Your Community: Basis for
Building Library Service, 198
Avenues to Excellence, 153, 210
Bicycle Rules of the Road, 124
Biennial Reports of the Secretary of
State, 19, 23, 31, 44, 54, 55, 59, 61
71, 72, 75, 85, 86, 96, 101, 111
Call to Excellence and Innovation, A: A
Survey of the East St. Louis, Illinois,
Public Library, 192
CATV and its Implications for Libraries,
196
Collective Bargaining in Libraries, 197
Collier’s National Encyclopedia, 64
Compton’s Encyclopedia, 64
Constitutional Convention in Illinois: A
Selective Bibliography, 122
Costs and Effectiveness of Interlibrary
Loan and Reference Activities of
Resource Libraries in Illinois, 199
Dictionary of Occupational Titles, 207
Dollars and Sense, 72
Fair Shake, A: Photocopying Rights for
ILLINET Participants under the
Copyright Revision Act of 1976, 194
Gettysburg Address, 164
Guide to Illinois Library Resources, 193
Illinois Authors, 154
Illinois Blue Book, 23, 31, 34, 96, 103,
180
Illinois Reflections on the Bicentennial
Year: What Reading Does for People,
141
Impact of the Library Services Act: Its
Progress and Potential, 109
Index to Prisoners of the War of 1812,
35
Institutional Library Service, a Plan for
the State of Illinois, 138
Interlibrary Loan Code, 136
Kaskaskia Library System: an Evaluative
Study with Recommendations for
Future Action, 200,
Keys to Knowledge, 107
Meeting the Challenge (Long-Range Program
for Library Development in
Illinois), 133-136, 140, 159, 199
On Women, 146
Oral History: From Tape to Tape, 193
Oral History Resource Directory, 193
Personnel Utilization in Libraries: a Systems
Approach, 195
Plan for Public Library Development in
Illinois (Rohlf plan), 109, 110, 113,
117, 129, 148, 200
Planning Library Services for Blind &
Physically Handicapped in Illinois,
137
Public Library Service, 98
Standard List of Fiction, 89
Standards of Library Service on the
State Level, 122
Statewide Library Surveys and Development
Plans: An Annotated Bibliography,
1965-67, 196
Task Analysis of Library Jobs in the
State of Illinois, A, 195,
Toward Cooperative Collection Development
in Illinois, 145, 193
Trustee Facts File, 161
Union Catalogs and Lists, 115, 133,
180, 192, 198, 203, 206, 214
Springfield Area Union List of Serials,
139, 158, 205, 206
Union Book Catalog, 200, 206
Wilson Library Bulletin, 141
Rast, Elaine, 158
Rath, Harold, 109
Records Management Survey, 101
Reciprocal Borrowing, 136, 158, 204, 206
Reciprocal Borrowing Covenant, 136
Reference and Research Centers (R & R),
130, 131, 134, 136, 140, 143-146,
150, 197, 199, 200, 204
Reid, Mildred, 123
Reid, Sherrill Jean, 123
Reinhardt, John, 234
Resource Sharing Alliance, 174
Rhodes, Chet, 234
Rinaker, John, 40
Riordan, Mrs. Howard, 90, 91
Roach, Corwine, 69
Rohlf, Robert, 109, 110, 112-117, 129, 133,
146, 148, 174, 200, 205
Rolling Prairie Library Service, 112
Root, Mary, 147
Ross, Debbie, 234
Rove, Karl, 148
Rowett, Richard, 40
Rural Library Panel, 174, 183
Russo, Edward, 234
Ryan, Lura Lynn, 186
Sandidge, Carolyn, 234
Schaefer, Carol, 234
Schenk, Gretchen Knief, 95
School Library Clinic, 78
Schuefele, chris, 234
Score with Books, 192
Scottsbluff, Neb., 149
Scranton and Priscilla Mullins Colonies, 35
Seeger, Pete, 88
Selby, Paul, 32
Serials of Illinois Libraries Online (SILO),
158, 175, 214
Serials Control System, 158
Sharp, Katherine, 38, 41, 51
Shipley, Jesse, 88, 91
Sixth Service Command, 70
Skeeters, Stacey, 234
Small Branch Quality Circle of the Northeast
District, 208
Snyders, Robert, 146
Social Educational Research & Development
(SERD), 128, 138
Society of American Archivists, 52, 61,
102
Sorensen, Mark, 234
Spaulding, Forrest B., 79
Sports
Chicago Cubs, 187
Chicago Public League Basketball
Coaches Association Hall of Fame,
187
Kentucky Derby, 63
Southwestern Athletic Conference Hall
of Fame, 187
Sputnik, 113
Standardized Tests:
Adult Based Education (ABE), 185
Test of General Educational Development
(GED), 185
College Level Examination Program
(CLEP), 194, 195
Stark, Inez Cunningham, 186
State Libraries
California, 20, 40, 62,
Hawaii, 156
Indiana, 20, 52, 79
Iowa, 40,
Massachusetts, 62
Michigan, 95
Mississippi, 20
Missouri, 120
New York, 1, 20, 38, 39, 40, 62, 104,
146
Ohio, 20, 62
Pennsylvania, 62
Rhode Island,
Wisconsin, 81
Statewide Coordinated Cooperative Collection
Development, 210
Statewide Delivery System, 176
Statewide Illinois Catalog (SILC), 180, 183,
188
Stewart-Hardway, Donna, 175
Suburban Audio-Visual Service, 139, 196,
197, 204
Summit on the Unserved, 183
Superintendent of Library Divisions, 45
Supreme Court Building (Illinois), 162
Synergy, 182
Taft, Lorado, 41
Taft Center, 192
Target Community Project, 121, 122, 191
Tilford, John, 234
Trezza, Mildred, 234
Trumbull, David, 10
Trumbull, Julia, 10
U.S. Cities and States
Alabama, 44
Holly Pond, 96
Summerdale, 95
Alaska, 165
Arizona, 71, 188
Arkansas, 120
Little Rock, 186
California, 15, 34, 67, 95, 120, 153,
183
San Francisco, 15, 108
Colorado, 188
Denver, 30, 149
Connecticut, 67, 87, 90, 165
Hartford, 15
Delaware, 120
Florida, 89, 91, 159
Tallahassee, 149
Georgia
Atlanta, 188
Hawaii, 120, 156
Indiana, 8, 40, 67, 71, 124, 156, 183
Croydon, 8
Vincennes, 91
Indianapolis, 8
Iowa, 8, 16, 20, 40, 62, 107, 119, 183,
203
Burlington, 108
Davenport, 102
Des Moines, 8, 79
Dubuque, 167
Fort Madison, 107, 112
Keokuk, 119
Maquoketa, 186
Kansas
Lawrence, 123
Topeka, 186
Kentucky, 41, 120, 188
Frankfort, 7
Louisiana
New Orleans, 15
Maine, 15, 64
Bar Harbor, 103
Southwest Harbor, 102
Maryland
Baltimore, 15
Silver Springs, 138
Massachusetts, 1, 37, 67, 87, 96, 144,
183
Boston, 13
Michigan, 8, 20, 32, 35, 38, 62, 67,
96, 114, 171, 183
Big Rapids, 186
Grand Rapids, 186
Minnesota, 113
Rochester, 127
West St. Paul, 113
Mississippi, 20
Missouri, 124, 183
Caruthersville, 123
Hannibal, 107
Kansas, City, 97
St. Louis, 15, 46, 170
Nebraska, 51, 188
Lincoln, 51
Minatara, 149
Scottsbluff, 149
Nevada, 40, 120
Carson City, 15
New Hampshire, 37
New Mexico, 120
New York, 12, 61, 67, 79, 87, 91, 96,
153, 155, 165, 172, 183
Albany, 15, 52
New York City, 63, 115
Plainfield, 14
Poundridge, 14
Sacketts Harbor, 23
Syracuse, 102
Waterford, 14
Ohio, 1, 8, 31, 59, 67, 96, 114, 120,
153, 156, 183
Cincinnati, 7, 12, 127
Urbana, 31
Wooster, 108
Xenia, 41
Oklahoma, 166
Sapulpa, 91
Pennsylvania, 1, 3, 12, 15, 35, 114,
115, 183
Brownsville, 7
Lackawanna County, 35
North East, 35
Philadelphia, 6, 148
Pittsburg, 15
Scranton, 32, 35
Rhode Island, 78
South Dakota, 51
Texas, 71, 120, 149, 165, 183
Vermont, 16
Hildene, 16
Virginia, 6
Washington, 16, 71
Seattle, 176
Washington, D.C., 1, 16, 102, 147
West Virginia, 120
Wisconsin, 21, 96
Beloit, 67
Wyoming, 30, 12
U.S. Presidents
Adams, John Quincy, 3
Arthur, Chester Alan, 16
Bush, George H.W., 171, 175
Bush, George W., 148
Cleveland, Grover, 30, 41
Eisenhower, Dwight David, 96, 166
Garfield, James A., 16
Grant, Ulysses S., 16, 23, 164
Harding, Warren G., 46
Harrison, Benjamin, 16
Jackson, Andrew, 7, 31
Jefferson, Thomas, 1, 5, 6, 13, 31
Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 112, 118
Lincoln, Abraham, 1, 2, 5, 7, 10, 11-
16, 23, 32, 34, 41, 42, 46, 57,
127, 153, 161, 163, 164, 181, 190
Madison, Pres. James, 5, 6
Nixon, Richard, 137, 175
Obama, Barack, 167
Pierce, Pres. Franklin, 14, 15
Reagan, Pres. Ronald, 175
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 58, 59, 61
Washington, George, 127, 181
Wilson, Woodrow, 31, 41
United States, 5, 17, 18, 36, 40, 47, 48,
96, 138, 148, 165, 171, 186, 187,
193, 196, 199
Armed Forces
Air Force, 148
Army, 41, 71, 102, 182, 186
Marines, 80
Naval Reserve Corps, 123
Navy, 71
Capitol, 1
Commissioner of Education, 97
Committee on Education and Labor,
111, 112
Congress, 1, 45, 109, 112, 119, 122,
137, 175, 187, 191
Department of Commerce, 170
Patent and Trademark Office, 170
Patent Depository Library (PDL),
170
Department of Education, 155, 156,
175
Department of Health, Education and
Welfare, 97
District Attorney, 15
Government Printing Office, 131
House of Representatives, 1, 7, 15, 30,
175
Inspector General’s Office, 156
Land Commissioner, 15
Library of Congress, 1, 113, 130, 131,
138, 149, 168, 182
Consultant in Poetry, 187
LC Direct, 168
National Preservation Program,
161
Minister to Belgium, 31
National Center for Educational Statistics,
141
Officer of Education, 109, 121
President, 3, 13, 16, 21, 23, 30, 41,
82, 176, 181
Senate, 6, 11, 14, 30, 41, 148
Supreme Court, 82
White House, 16
Women’s Army Corps (WAC), 149
United States Virgin Islands, 86
Valaitis, Kristina, 163, 164
Virtual Illinois Catalog (VIC), 180
Vision 1996, 173
Wallace, William H.L., 10
Warner, Hallie, 58
Wars
Revolutionary War, 182
War of 1812, 182
Mexican-American War, 182
Civil War, 7, 13, 17, 18, 23, 41, 42, 47,
140, 182
World War I, 39, 45, 81, 82, 102, 182,
189
World War II, 101, 182, 186, 189
Korean War, 103, 182
Vietnam War, 182
Waterways
Kaskaskia River, 14
Lake Michigan, 3
Lake Springfield, 52
Web Junction, 180
LibraryU, 182
LibraryU, Reloaded 182
Weber, Jessie Palmer, 44
Westat, Inc., 199
Wilcox, Erastus Swift, 36, 37
Wilkins, Chuck, 188
Wilkins, Joe, 188
Wilkins, Mary, 188
Williams, Edwin, 12
Wilson, Randy, 172
Winn, Col. Matt, 63
Windsor, Phineas 57, 118
Womensfile, 146
Worcester, Milton, 155
World in Books (television show), 71
World Wide Web (Internet, web), 170,
176, 186, 213-216
Worthen, Amos H., 22
Wright, Donald, 116
Year of the Reader, 155