Arlington County Public Library Department Records

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RG 29 has organizational records that include all aspects of the Library's development and growth from the history of the branches and personnel records to building maintenance and Virginia Room grants.
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RG 29 has organizational records that include all aspects of the Library's development and growth from the history of the branches and personnel records to building maintenance and Virginia Room grants.
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author Arlington County (Va.). Dept. of Libraries.
author2-role -50- -- -, .b1322483912-28-1601-25-11, 37.9 linear ft.Photographs., 470369, Arlington County (Va.), Arlington County (Va.).Dept. of Libraries., Arlington County Public Library Department Records, Center for Local History archival resources., English qEnglish., Finding aid is available in the library., Libraries, MNT001 JEK 00/03/21 09:25:33MNT001 JEK 01/07/24 13:49:41, OCLC Holdings Updated 20111103, Please contact the Center for Local History in advance to view these materials. There are no research restrictions., Prior to 1936, Arlington County had five independent neighborhood libraries. These libraries received limited financial support from the County. In 1936, Arlington citizens working with the libraries organized a County Library Association with the goal of creating a county library system and increasing the County's financial support. In the years following this beginning, many librarians and volunteers have worked to enhance collections, and increase community services. In 1949, the eight branches in operation included: Aurora Hills, Cherrydale, Clarendon, Columbia Pike, Glen Carlyn, Holmes, Shirlington (formerly Fairlington), and Westover. Except for the Holmes branch, which closed in 1949, and the Clarendon branch, which became Central Library, all these branches remain in operation. The branches have over time expanded operations, moved into larger facilities, and hired additional staff in order to meet the ever-increasing needs of the Arlington Community., RG 29 has organizational records that include all aspects of the Library's development and growth from the history of the branches and personnel records to building maintenance and Virginia Room grants., RG 29 is divided into three accretions. Accretion #1 consists of five subgroups including branches, library department records, Central library, buildings and construction, and Arlington County. Accretion #2 consists of subgroup six, the records of the central library addition. Accretion #3 has eighteen subgroups that follow the same basic pattern of Accretion #1. Within each subgroup the records are divided into alphabetically arranged series. Within each series the material is arranged chronologically., RG29, VA/ARCH RG 29, vanar01-25-11ap-
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subject_facet Arlington County (Va.) -- History, Local -- Archival resources, Arlington County (Va.). -- Dept. of Libraries, Center for Local History archival resources, Libraries -- Virginia -- Arlington County -- History
title_display Arlington County Public Library Department Records
title_full Arlington County Public Library Department Records 1960- Arlington County (Va.). Dept. of Libraries.
title_short Arlington County Public Library Department Records