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651 Books available for planning a vacation
College Eye 31:41, p.2
8/2/1940 Selection from the Library.
652 Librarians need have no fears
College Eye 31:34, p.1
6/7/1940 Will offer a school library administration course.
653 Library fines net big profits; $533.67 last year
College Eye 31:34, p.1
6/7/1940 Grades not released until fines are paid.
654 Books now available for leisure time
College Eye 31:28, p.1
4/19/1940 Description of the new browsing corner in the Commons.
655 Plans for books are advancing
College Eye 31:21, p.4
2/23/1940 Small book collections will be placed in the dorms and in the Commons.
656 Carnegie institution appropriates money for libraries here
College Eye 31:18, p.2
2/2/1940 For libraries in the residence halls and the Commons.
657 Are you a librarian?
College Eye 31:14, p.2
1/5/1940 Believes that the Commons may be a better place to socialize than the Library.
658 She praises the library
Miller--Mary H. Mitchell (Classes of 1921 and 1925)
Alumnus 24:1, p.18
1/1/1940 Mary Mitchell lives near New York City, but still misses ISTC Library.
659 Romance and study
College Eye 31:13, p.2
12/15/1939 Does not find library conducive to study.
660 Lalan contributes Braille editions
College Eye 31:12, p.5
12/8/1939 Contributes Braille editions of Reader's Digest and Evangel to library.
661 Display of books for children to be next week
College Eye 31:9, p.1
11/10/1939 Will be on display in the Library.
662 Offer course in library work next summer
College Eye 30:43, p.5
8/18/1939 Library faculty will conduct course.
663 Committee is preparing subject bibliography
College Eye 30:38, p.1
7/7/1939 WPA project going on in the Library to put together a bibliography of Iowa.
664 Students use more books
College Eye 30:37, p.1
6/30/1939 Summer students check out more books.
665 Students do use the library; but for what?
College Eye 30:34, p.2
6/5/1939 What students do in the library.
666 Timely Tid-Bits
Rickert--Mary E. (Student--1938)
College Eye 30:14, p.3
12/16/1938 News on and around campus.
667 Special exhibit of new books
College Eye 30:8, p.5
10/28/1938 Children's books on display.
668 Found in the editor's mailbox
College Eye 29:43, p.2
8/5/1938 Suggests possible reforms for the reference system in the library.
669 Say--why don't they
Stephens--Ralph A. (Classes of 1930 and 1939)
College Eye 29:41, p.2
7/22/1938 Quick suggestions on how to improve campus life.
670 Business is rushing
College Eye 29:37, p.1
6/24/1938 Students eat in the cafeteria, attend class, and study in the library; photo.
671 Librarians' duties flavored by students' odd requests
College Eye 29:13, p.2
12/10/1937 Cite uninformed questions received at the library.
672 Library tells tales of students' activities the night before
College Eye 29:4, p.4
10/1/1937 Believes that a person can tell what a person did the night before by looking at his appearance.
673 Latest editions in library
College Eye 29:2, p.2
9/17/1937 Quick reviews of new books.
674 On time
College Eye 38:0, p.2
7/30/1937 Urges students and faculty to return books when they are done with them so that others may use them.
675 Silence is golden. Oh, Yeh! When?
College Eye 28:38, p.4
6/25/1937 Jessie Ferguson is responsible for keeping things quiet in the library.
676 Are they needed?
College Eye 28:37, p.2
6/18/1937 Outline of eleven suggestion for improvement at ISTC.
677 New books are added to library shelves
College Eye 28:36, p.1
6/11/1937 Quick look at some of the titles.
678 Library
Old Gold 0:0, p.35
6/1/1937 Library facts; photos.
679 A freshman speaks
Robinson--Lee C.--Jr. (Student--1937)
College Eye 28:31, p.2
5/7/1937 Lee Robinson assesses the strong points and weak points of his college experience; likes library, faculty, physical facilities; believes women have strong grounds to protest the rules pertaining specifically to them.
680 Hear! Hear!
College Eye 28:30, p.2
4/30/1937 Believes library stacks should be open to students.
681 Spaulding talks on necessities of good librarian at forum
College Eye 28:29, p.1
4/23/1937 Forrest Brisbane Spaulding speaks on women's vocations.
682 Bindery is fountain of youth for books
College Eye 28:28, p.7
4/16/1937 Library sends about one thousand volumes to the bindery annually.
683 Books--Books--Books
College Eye 28:28, p.7
4/16/1937 Library has 113,134 books.
684 Library assistant in document room must know every answer
College Eye 28:28, p.7
4/16/1937 Helen Byrne fields questions in the Library's document room.
685 Loan desk drawer at library yields bountiful collection
College Eye 28:28, p.6
4/16/1937 Description of items found in returned library books.
686 Plenty of news waits at library
College Eye 28:28, p.6
4/16/1937 Library subscribes to thirty-one newspapers; Register, Courier, and Chicago Tribune are most popular.
687 The Line
College Eye 28:24, p.2
3/19/1937 Campus gossip.
688 Chips and Quibs
College Eye 28:18, p.2
1/29/1937 Campus observations.
689 Library is observing book week now
College Eye 28:11, p.2
11/20/1936 Featuring children's books.
690 When it's examination time at Teachers College---I'll meet you at the libe---maybe
College Eye 28:11, p.1
11/20/1936 Unaware of the College Eye candid camera, student tries to study for awhile, but ends up falling asleep; photo.
691 Blood, bats popular librarians assert
College Eye 28:9, p.1
11/6/1936 Librarians report that students like to read mysteries.
692 The Library
Alumnus 20:4, p.8
10/1/1936 History of Library Building, now known as Seerley Hall; photo.
693 Hang around!
College Eye 28:2, p.2
9/18/1936 Eleven good reasons to stay on campus.
694 Student loses money trying to make it
College Eye 27:11, p.4
8/7/1936 Book on making money is overdue.
695 Chips and Quibs
College Eye 27:10, p.2
7/31/1936 Briefly comments on the Campanile, the lights in the auditorium, the supervision of teachers, and stolen books.
696 Library circulation reveals increase
College Eye 27:10, p.2
7/31/1936 Circulation figures for the summer.
697 Students prefer mystery stories
College Eye 27:10, p.4
7/31/1936 Mysteries circulate heavily in the Library.
698 Childs' best seller among new books bought by library
College Eye 27:9, p.3
7/24/1936 Features several books on Sweden.
699 Heat causes decided drop in library circulation
College Eye 27:8, p.2
7/17/1936 Declines by about one thousand compared to last year's figures.
700 What's to be done?
College Eye 27:7, p.2
7/10/1936 Suggestions for improving teacher education.


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