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DOCUMENT 15 - 1972 




ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



For the Year Ending December 31, 1970 



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TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



SIDNEY R. RABB 

President 

Term expires April 30, 1974 

EDWARD G. MURRAY 
Vice President 
Term expires April 30, 1972 

ERWIN D. CANHAM 
Term expires April 30, 1973 

LENAHAN O'CONNELL 
Term expires April 30, 1971 

AUGUSTIN H. PARKER 
Term expires April 30, 1970 



PHILIP J. McNIFF 
Director, and Librarian 



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BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Annual Report For 1970 

To the Board of Trustees of the Boston Public Library: 

As Director, and Librarian, I have the honor to submit my report for 
the year January 1 to December 31, 1970. 

1970 was the year of branch library dedications. The Fields Corner 
Branch was dedicated on April 10 and the Brighton Branch on May 8. Both 
of these buildings were described in last year's report. 

The new Charlestown Branch Library, designed by Eduardo Catalano with 
Frederick Taylor serving as associate architect, was dedicated on March 13. 
Architecturally, the building is a simple formal expression of a single 
function enclosed under a great hovering roof. This roof and the mezzanine 
floor are framed with pre-cast pre-stressed concrete members spanning the 
fifty-seven foot width of the building. 

The total area of the building is 9,016 square feet and the library is 
essentially one large open space with a children's area located on a mez- 
zanine level overlooking the adult and young adult reading areas. Adja- 
cent to the children's area is a multi-purpose room with a seating capacity 
of 120. Service functions such as workrooms, staff rooms, rest rooms, 
storage and mechanical facilities are organized on the ground floor below 
the multi-purpose room. 

The building is completely air-conditioned and heated with a gas- 
fired forced air system. The lighting is primarily fluorescent and the 
reading areas are carpeted. The general contractor for the project was 
Alfred Johnson & Sons, Inc. 



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The Grove Hall Branch Library was opened to the public on Novem- 
ber 12, 1970. It represents an important step in improved branch library 
service in the Roxbury-North Dorchester community. This branch library, 
designed by Peter McLaughlin, provides generous reading table space for 
students. Provision is made for 120 readers: 40 in the adult areas, 30 
in the young adult area, and 50 in the children's area. The distinguished 
local artist, Dana Chandler, has been commissioned to provide a mural for 
one wall of the entrance lobby. 

The building, which houses some 28,000 volumes, is air-conditioned. 
The grey carpet, the vivid red and blue and yellow cloth-covered lounge 
chairs, and the black and yellow table chairs provide an attractive con- 
trast to the white shelving and table tops. 

Film showings, story hours and community discussion groups will make 
good use of the meeting room. At the dedication ceremonies on December 11, 
Karl S. Bynoe, a Grove Hall resident and Humanities Librarian at Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, spoke on "The Library and the Conmunity". 
Mr. Bynoe pointed out how the librarian in a Black community can help it 
to seek its identity and "called upon the staff of the new branch" to live 
up to the dream of the public library but also to the dream of the Black 
community. The staff is working with community groups as well as in- 
dividuals in planning library programs. There is a strong recognition of 
the Afro-American interests of residents and Black literature is heavily 
represented in the collections. 

By the end of 1970 substantial progress had been made on the addi- 
tion to the Central Library. The basement slab was completed as were the 



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foundation walls from the basement to the concourse and from the concourse 
to the first floor level. The concourse and first floor slabs were com- 
pleted, the mezzanine floor was 50% completed and the second floor, 33-1/3% 
complete. 

The erection of structural steel framing was on schedule and all the 
granite required for the project had been quarried and taken to the 
fabricator's plant in Providence, Rhode Island. All the pieces for the 
Boylston Street facade have been cut and are ready for installation. The 
installation of the granite facing is scheduled to begin in the spring of 
1971. 
GENERAL LIBRARY SERVICES 

The Assistant Director for General Library Services notes in his 
report that "1970 was a year of the emergence of new dominating themes 
and stronger requests for ethnic services". The slight decrease in circu- 
lation reflects in large measure reductions in bookmobile service due to 
major equipment breakdown. The impact of new branch libraries helped to 
offset the general decline in use of inner city branches. Increasingly 
it is apparent that people do not wish to travel at night. Furthermore, 
the drop in branch library circulation may be due as indicated by one 
branch librarian to the fact that "The established reader is moving out 
of the city. The new resident is not yet a library user." 

Community response to the new branch libraries, however, was most 
encouraging. Fields Corner doubled its circulation; Brighton had an 
increase of more than 53,000;and adult education programs, media activi- 
ties and use of multi -media rooms in all the new branch libraries in- 
creased significantly. 



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Within the service areas, two themes were dominant — drugs and 
ecology. Special attention was given to both areas in book selection, 
film selection, reading lists and programs. A series of programs held 
in the branches during National Library Week added to the impact of the 
ecological message. 

In 1970, 22,344 films were circulated and attendance at these film 
showings was just under 700,000. Children's activities included 1,438 
classroom visits, 444 visits of classes to the library, 372 story hours, 
448 film showings, and 680 other programs. 

The Young Adult Services staff worked with schools and organizations 
as well as with individuals. The 14 branch libraries which provide special 
service to this age group report 246 group programs. 

Special services for adults included a wide variety of programs for 
the Never Too Late Groups, Spanish-speaking, mothers' groups, etc. Build- 
ing on the experience with the needs of the Spanish-speaking people using 
the Biblioteca Latina, the staff developed programs of service, via de- 
posits, reading lists, and bilingual information services, for libraries 
in other communities, prisons and other institutions. 

The activities of the Never Too Late Groups were sustained through- 
out the branch system and new groups were formed to utilize the facilities 
of the new branch library buildings. Central Library programs included: 
Louisa Tharp on "St. Gaudens and the Gilded Age" 
Dr. Paul Dudley White on "Health and the Senior Adult" 
Leningrad - A film program 

Mrs. Teah Porat-Goor, Israeli Consul for Cultural Affairs, on 
"Israel: Land and People" 



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Mrs. Dorothea Kahn Jaffe, staff writer. Christian Science 
Monitor - "Reporter at Large -- 40 Years of Reporting 
the News" 

"Focus on the Senior Citizen" -- a panel discussion on 
services to the elderly 

Considerable progress was made on the strengthening of the collec- 
tion for the new General Library. With the assistance of Federal Library 
Services and Construction Act funds, the large print books and current 
foreign language collections were expanded. Federal and State support 
enriched the film collection and in the year under review the audio- 
visual services report, as noted above, that there were some 22,000 
film showings. A unique addition to the film resources was the film 
"God Helps Those Who Help Themselves", made entirely by teenagers in 
East Boston under the sponsorship of the Boston Public Library. This 
filming project, which had its public premiere in March, adds a new 
dimension to the creative programs directed by the public service staff. 
Other elements include the creative drama programs, the North End pup- 
peteer and shows portraying not only community life but fairy tales as 
wel 1 ; these programs were put on by teenagers from the South End and 
Memorial Branch Libraries via a mobile theatre in area hospitals and 
orphanages. 

In cooperation with the State Bureau of Library Extension the 
Library co-sponsored the Boston Herald-Traveler Children's Book Fair. 
The Boston Globe's Second New England Book Festival featured children's 
story- telling programs, movies for adults, young adults and children 
as well as exhibits prepared by Eastern Regional libraries. 



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RESEARCH LIBRARY SERVICES 

Several important programs were initiated in 1970. In cooperation 
with Serial Receipts and Data Processing, the Periodical Room staff com- 
piled and edited the list of serials currently received. Catalogs for 
Newspapers Currently Received and Newspapers on Microform were revised 
and updated. In order to promote and facilitate the fuller use of govern- 
ment publications, selected public documents from the U. S. Depository 
set were placed on display to assist public service librarians in select- 
ing and ordering documents. It is planned to extend this service to li- 
braries in the Eastern Region. 

Service has been improved by installation of teletype communication 
between the Book Stack Service and the Library Service Building where the 
expanded General Library collection is being processed and housed. Daily 
delivery of material stored in the Service Building has been added to the 
previously existing delivery service from the Long Island, New England 
Deposit Library, Emmanuel and Newton College storage facilities. 

A systematic review of the Library's resources was undertaken. This 
in-depth profile study of the central collection is aimed at producing a 
coordinated acquisition program which will assure a balanced growth with 
due recognition of existing strengths and special needs. The recommenda- 
tions of staff specialists are being evaluated on an interdepartmental 
basis. 

As in the past several years, the Library's long-term collection- 
building program has been assisted substantially by the State and Federal 
subventions it received by virtue of its role as the Headquarters Library 
of the Eastern Regional Library System and as the Library of Last Recourse 



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for the entire Commonwealth. Comprehensive coverage of current foreign 
publications was maintained for England, France, Germany, Poland, the 
U.S.S.R. and all Latin American countries. Substantial runs of many 
Boston and neighboring town newspapers were put on microfilm for preserva- 
tion and more convenient reader use. Among the newspapers purchased or 
filmed in 1970 were: Watertown Observer . Watertown Press , Watertown 
Tribune Enterprise , Watertown Sun . Roxbury Gazette . Roxbury Citizen . 
Milton-Mattapan News , Gazetta del Massachusetts . South Boston Gazette , 
and several early 19th century Boston newspapers such as New England 
Palladium , Boston Bee , and Boston Daily Atlas . 

Important government documents on microform acquired during the 
year include U. S. census schedules for all New England states, 1790-1890; 
U. S. Congressional bills, 1789-1899; Democratic and Republican Party 
convention proceedings, 1832-1964, and numerous presidential and his- 
torical papers filmed by the Library of Congress or under the auspices 
of the National Historical Publications Commission. 

The central and branch libraries had a full schedule of exhibits, 
many of them supplementing programs or celebrating events of note. A 
multi -media exhibit on pollution, mounted jointly by several departments, 
was accompanied by a reading list on environmental problems. In ob- 
servance of the 25th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations, 
the Government Documents staff presented a special exhibit. In co- 
operation with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 
a Mendel eyev Centennial exhibit was prepared by Science Reference for 
the Association's annual convention held in Boston. The Fine Arts staff 
presented an exhibit of architectural renderings of landmark buildings 



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DOCUMENT 15 - 1972 
by William Gibbons Preston in conjunction with the annual meeting of the 
American Institute of Architects. A special preview of a recently ac- 
quired collection of books and materials on modern Irish history was ar- 
ranged for His Excellency William Warnock, the Irish Ambassador to the 
United States. Ambassador Warnock was accompanied by the Irish Consul 
General in Boston and the officials of the societies to which he spoke 
on his Boston visit. Music was represented by a selection from the 
Allen A. Brown Collection illustrating "Concert Life in Boston in the 
Nineteenth Century". 

The joint effort of the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Hu- 
manities and the Boston Public Library resulted in two highly successful 
exhibitions in New City Hall. "Old City Hall, Boston", William Cliffs 
photographic study of Old City Hall just prior to its conversion to office, 
use, was initiated by the Arts Council. The Council's news release notes 
that the photographs "are full of memories of the army of civil servants 
and the never-ending stream of citizens in search of licenses, permits, 
favors, information or just someone to complain to--a human saga of in- 
creasing activity which was played out in the building during more than a 
century" . 

The Library's concurrent exhibition, "Boston's Political History, 
1900-1970", was a montage of campaign material, photographs of leading 
political figures, official documents, books, pamphlets and related audio- 
visual materials. As part of the exhibition the Library published an 
essay by John T. Galvin entitled "Twelve Mayors of Boston, 1900-1970". 

Rare Books and Manuscripts, and Prints mounted a number of interest- 
ing exhibits in the Sargent and Wiggin galleries. In cooperation with 



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the Revolutionary War Bicentennial Commission of Massachusetts, the 
Library prepared a special display on the Boston Massacre and jointly 
published an essay. Blood in the Streets: The Boston Massacre , written 
by John Alden, Keeper of Rare Books and Manuscripts. Other exhibits 
ranged from a commemorative display on the Pilgrim Heritage, 1620-1970 
to Illinqworth on Target , the first major exhibition of the drawings of 
Leslie Illingworth, cartoonist for Punch and London's Daily Mail ; 
Photographs from the Boston Public Library , selected by Rachel Homer, 
the Library's Visiting Scholar; Blair Lent's prints and paintings for 
picture books; an exhibition arranged by Malcolm Johnson and jointly 
held by the American Antiquarian Society, Boston College, the Boston 
Public Library and the Worcester Art Museum on David Claypool Johnston: 
American Graphic Humorist, 1798-1865 . 

The annual Wiggin Symposium dealt with The American Audience for Art . 
The participants in this year's symposium were John Wilson, printseller, 
and Samuel Grafton and Robert Hal lock, editors of Lithopinion , the graphic 
arts and public affairs journal of Local One, Amalgamated Lithographers of 
America. 

G. K. Hall published a reprint edition of the Catalogue of the Spanish 
Library, and of the Portuguese Books Bequeathed by George Ticknor to the 
Boston Public Library , first published by the Library in 1879. For this 
reissue an appendix was prepared which lists in short-title form those 
books and manuscripts which fall within the scope of the original catalog, 
and which have been acquired over the intervening nine decades. A draft 
edition of a Union List of Serial Holdings in Ninety- four Libraries of 
the Eastern Regional Public Library System was published and distributed 



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to libraries as an aid to interlibrary loan and reference service. Edwin G. 
Sanford made a bibliographical survey of books and articles dealing with the 
Pilgrims and published between 1920 and 1970. His publication, The Pilgrim 
Fathers and Plymouth Colony, a bibliography , supplements an earlier bib- 
liography compiled by Mary Alice Tenney and published by the Library as a 
contribution to the Tercentenary Celebration of the Landing of the Pilgrims. 

The many gifts of materials which were received during the year have 
enriched the Library's resources, provided necessary duplication of titles, 
and enabled us to replace wornout copies. The Library is indebted to its 
many friends for these contributions. 

The Wiggin Foundation added $2,500 to the Wiggin Symposium Book Fund 
and provided the annual grant for the Albert H. Wiggin Memorial Purchase 
Prize. Maury A. Bromsen made an initial donation of $2,500 toward the 
establishment of a lectureship in humanistic bibliography in memory of his 
mother. Rose Eisenberg Bromsen (1885-1968). Joseph Gannon contributed 
$1,000 to an Irish Book Fund. 
EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEM 

There was a steady growth in the services supported by state aid. A 
full report of regional activities is made at the end of each state fiscal 
year, but it should be noted that fiscal 1970 marked the first full year 
of bookmobile service for the Metropolitan Boston area. This program 
services 51 libraries in 48 towns with populations under 25,000, and 
more than 56,000 volumes were selected for local library use from the book- 
mobile collection. Incomplete statistics, due to the fact that libraries 
are not required to keep a separate circulation count for regional books, show 
circulation figures of 129,149 for books and 4,911 for recordings. Some 
3,000 volumes were placed on deposit in Orleans, Centerville and Falmouth. 

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Interlibrary loan, film loan, advisory service, workshops and telephone 
reference were the major components of the regional service. The book and 
microform resources of the headquarters library were substantially improved 
with state support, thus enriching the reference services which the Library 
offers . 
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 

The staff, in addition to its many contributions to local organiza- 
tions via book talks, lectures and programs, has participated in profes- 
sional and educational activities. Euclid Peltier gave a course on Film 
History and Criticism at Clark University; John M. Carroll and Miss Y. T. 
Feng taught courses at Simmons College School of Library Science; Miss 
Alice E. Hackett took part in a Simmons College panel on Cataloging and 
Classification; William Lewis was a participant in the Library's annual 
Negro History Week program; two members of the Print staff, Sinclair Hitch- 
ings and Mrs. Nancy Davison, gave papers at the 16th Annual Winterthur Con- 
ference on Museum Operation and Connoisseurship. Mr. Hitchings' paper dealt 
with The Graphic Arts in Colonial New England while Mrs. Davison's paper 
was entitled The Grand Triumphal Quick-Step or Sheet Music Covers in America . 

Mr. Alden contributed an essay to the Scholdersr Festschrift, Essays in 
honor of Victor Scholder , a master in the art of historical bibliography. 
James N. Lawton contributed a bibliographical note in an issue of Papers of 
the Bibliographical Society of America . Philip J. McNiff spoke on Govern- 
ance of Academic Libraries at a meeting of the California Library Associ- 
ation, on the evaluation of library resources at a meeting of the West- 
ern New York Library Resources Council, and took part in a panel discus- 
sion on Asian library resources at the annual meeting of the Association 



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for Asian Studies. Edward J. Montana, Jr. contributed articles on Boston " 
to the February and March issues of Catholic Library World . Boston, A 
Great Place for Librarians and Literary Boston provided useful background 
information for those Catholic Library Association members attending the 
Boston convention. Paul Swenson's Images of Boston was the title of a 
Boston Globe article by Mr. Hitchings on the print-making activities of 
the Library's Assistant Curator of Prints. 

Miss Kathleen Hegarty was appointed to the Mayor's Interdepartmental 
Conmittee on Senior Affairs; Mr. Peltier was elected to the Board of Di- 
rectors, Film Library Information Council. Mr. McNiff and Mr. Hitchings 
are serving on visiting committees of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts; 
Miss M. Jane Manthorne was elected Vice-President, President-elect of 
ALA'S Young Adult Services Division and Mr. McNiff is President, Associa- 
tion of College and Research Libraries. 

Macy Margolis represented the Boston Public Library at the opening 
of the Mid-Manhattan Library of the New York Public Library; Mr. Lewis 
attended the meetings of the African Studies Association and the Associa- 
tion for the Study of Negro Culture and History; the Library was repre- 
sented by Miss Feng at the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American 
Materials. Miss Nancy Landen designed a cover for the program "Flick Out", 
a special series of films for young adults, which won a dramatic cover 
citation from the Public Relations Section of the American Library Associa- 
tion. Citations and B.P.L. chairs were awarded to Miss Ella M. Adams, 
Stephen L. Baxter, Edward F. Lunny, Martin F. Murphy and Mrs. Anna J. 
Scanlan, for the completion of twenty-five years of service, at the annual 
awards meeting of the Trustees. 



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The Massachusetts Horticultural Society at its annual meeting 
presented two citations to the Boston Public Library ~ a Silver Medal 
for the courtyard garden in the Central Library and a Bronze Medal for 
the indoor garden at the North End Branch. These awards are indicative 
of the quality of work of the Buildings staff. In the course of this 
year a number of units had to be relocated. The sound archives were 
transferred to the old Charlestown Branch and a number of processing 
units — ordering and receipts, bibliographic searching. Title II and 
National Union Catalog searching -- were moved to the Library Service 
Building in Charlestown. The high level of productivity in technical 
processes, bindery and business operations, despite overcrowded working 
conditions, is to be commended. The generous support of the Mayor and 
the City Council, the cooperation of the entire staff, and the leader- 
ship of the Board of Trustees enable the Library to move ahead. 



PHILIP J. McNIFF 
Director, and Librarian 



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Table 1. Circulation 
BOOK CIRCULATION 



1969 



1970 



Central Library 
Kirstein Busirass Branch 

Adsms Street 

Allston 

Bookmobile Service 

Brighton 

Charlestown 

Codman Square 

Connolly- 
East Boston 

Egleston Square 

Faneuil 

Fields Corner 

Grove Hall (Memorial) 

Hyde Park 

Jamaica Plain 

Lower Mills 

Matt ap an 

^Memorial Bookmobile 
^t. Bowdoin 

Ht. Pleasant 

North 3nd 

Orient Heights 

Parker Hill 

Roslindale 

South Boston 

South lind 

tphams Corner 

Washington Village 

West End 

West Roxbury 

Hospital Library Service 

Biblioteca Latina 

Total, Branch Libraries 



520,330 
8,698 

111,970 
Ul;,7l;0 

320,U8l 
73,681i 
U8,538 
83,908 
li8,206 
35,lt23 
ii3,287 
li6,339 
57,551 
16,U97 

111,831 
68,6la 
55,201; 

7U,076 
li;,582 
21,375 
25,690 
35,651 
32,581 
39,i;80 
153,158 
86,260 

28,U53 
5U,561 
l43,7l;9 
62,la6 
I5i;,7&3 
29,OU2 
5,217 

2,027,851i 



Films and Film Strips 

Recordings 

Pictures 

Totals 



90,678 



502,795 

110,172 
U2,703 

268,771+ 

132,175 
50,885 
66,582 
1+9,512 
39,876 
U0,259 
iai,lll 

105,687 
21,111+ 

116,013 
67,028 
53,91+2 
60,21+2 
1,519 
15,711 
27,753 
39,621 
3U,153 
1+3,287 

11+3,219 
83,950 
23,837 
51,388 
35,91j3 
67,000 

151,179 

27,831 

5,996 

2,021,lj61+ 



Total, Entire Library 


2.556.882 


2,532,706 


N0N-3C0K CmaLATION 




1969 


1?70 



22,156 


22,31+1+ 


52,952 


la, 906 


15,570 


11,722 



75,972 



vCiervice transferred tc ?,ockmobile Service on March 1, 1970. 
branch closed December 11, 1970. 

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VOLUMES SENT ON INTERIIBIUHY LOAN 



1969 



1970 



Interlibrary loans 



10,780 12,liOli 



Table 2. Growth of the Library 
BOOKS 



1969 



General Library: 
Volumes added 
Volumes withdrawn 

Total on hand December 31 

Research Library: 

Volumes added 
Volumes withdrawn 



88,653 
69,379 



107,967 
9U8 



1970 



131,287 
8l,U67 



676,061 925,881 



103,189 
1,032 



Total on hand December 31 


1.777.732 1,879.889 


Total Book Stock 


2,653.793 2,805.770 


NCBBOOK MATERIALS 


1969 1970 



Films 

Filmstrips 

Recordings 

Lantern slides 

Negatives 

Pictures 

Postcards 

Prints and drawings 

Projected books 

Micro cards 

Microfiche (sheets) 

Microfilms (reels) 

Microprint (boxes) 



(611^550 sheets) 



2,692 3,0li2 

132 11^2 

19,319 22,12U 

lli,88l4 lli,88U 

2,130 2,130 

la2,Wii8 U20,511 

133,805 133,805 

i;9,500 50,255 

178 178 

11,283 11,283 

71,706 90,837 

26,5U6 3li,759 

2,718 2,99U (673,650 sheets) 



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3 9999 06315 045 

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Table 3. Cataloging statistics 



1969 



1970 



Volumes processed 
New Titles cataloged 

Original cataloging 

LG cataloging 

Rare Book cataloging 

Films 
Recordings 



233,073 
61,080 


233,562 
58,069 


6,262 

53,669 

l,ll;9 


11,963 

U6,025 
81 


337 

6,081* 


350 
6,092 



Table U. Binding 




1969 


1970 


Volumes bound 


U9,319 


55,756 


Table 5. Library Expenditures 




1969 


1970 



Salaries and ""iages: 
City impropriation 

Eastern Regional Public Library System 
Trust Funds Income 

Total 

Books and Other Library Materials: 
City Appropriation 

Eastern Regional Public Library System 
Trust Funds Income 
Gifts for Current Use 
Library Services and Constmiction Act 
Book Credits 

Total 

All Other fijqponsea: 
City Appropriation 

Eastern Regional Public Library System 
Trust Funds Income 

Library Services and Construction Act 
Book Credits 

Total 



$li,093,397.35 

190,li85.7l* 

2,353.79 

ii, 286,236. 88 



657,199.52 
530,273.86 
llii,l53. 35 
10,676.60 
361,967.35 



$li,729,008.99 

2la,26U.07 

3,836.05 

1;,97U,109.11 



757.523.51* 

361,657.09 

81,008.10 

5,11*2.95 

281,965.1*8 



l,67l*,270,68 1,1*87,297.16 



650,117.1*0 

100,1*35.10 

12,539.11* 

1*,119.72 

767,211.36 



588,61*9.29 

111,361.56 

12,225.15 



712.236.00 



QMSD TOIAI. 



$6^727.718.92 $7.173.61*2.27 



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