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Ada : East Central State Teachers College Library.
Alva : Northwestern State Teachers College Library.
Bartlesville: Department of Interior, region IV, Bureau of Mines Library.
Durant: Southeastern State College Library.
Edmond : Central State College, Max Chambers Library.
Enid: Public Library of Enid and Garfield County.
Langston : Langston University Library.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Library.
Oklahoma City:

Oklahoma City University Library.

Oklahoma State Library (regional).
Shawnee: Oklahoma Baptist University Library.
Stillwater: Oklahoma State University Library.
Tahlequah : Northeastern State Teachers College Library.
Tulsa :

Tulsa City-County Library Commission.

University of Tulsa Library.
Weatherford: Southwestern State College Library.

OREGON

Ashland : Southern Oregon College of Education Library.
Corvallis: Oregon State University Library.
Eugene: University of Oregon Library.
Forest Grove: Pacific University Library.
La Grande: Eastern Oregon College Library.
McMinnville: Linfield College, Northup Library.
Portland :
Department of Interior, Bonneville Power Administration Library.
Library Association of Portland.
Portland State College Library.
Reed College Library.
Salem : Oregon State Library.
PENNSYLVANIA

Allentown : Muhlenberg College Library.
Bethlehem : Lehigh University Library.
Bradford: Carnegie Public Library.
Carlisle: Dickinson College Library.
Collegeville: Ursinus College Library.
Erie: Erie Public Library.
Greenville: Thiel College, Langenheim Memorial Library.
Harrisburg: Pennsylvania State Library.
Haverford: Haverford College Library.
Hazleton: Hazleton Public Library.
Huntingdon : Juniata College Library.
Indiana: Indiana State College Library.
Lancaster: Franklin & Marsall College, Fackenthal Library.
Lewisburg: Bucknell University Library.
Meadville: Allegheny College Library.
New Castle: New Castle Free Public Library.
Philadelphia:
Drexel Institute of Technology Library.
Free Library of Philadelphia.
Temple University, Sullivan Memorial Library.
University of Pennsylvania Library.
Pittsburgh:
Allegheny Regional Branch Library.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
Department of Interior, Region V, Bureau of Mines Library.
University of Pittsburgh Library.
Reading: Reading Public Library.
Scranton : Scranton Public Library.
Swarthmore: Swarthmore College Library.
University Park: Pennsylvania State University Library.
Villanova : Villanova University Law Library.

PENNSYLVANIA—continued

Warren: Warren Library Association.
Washington: Memorial Library of Washington & Jefferson College.
Waynesburg: Waynesburg College Library.
Wilkes-Barre: Kings College Library.
Williamsport: James W. Brown Library.
York: York Junior College Library.

PUERTO RICO

Mayaguez: University of Puerto Rico, College of Agriculture & Mechanical Arts
Library.
Rio Piedras: University of Puerto Rico General Library.

RHODE ISLAND

Kingston: University of Rhode Island Library.
Newport: Naval War College Libraries.
Providence:
Brown University Library.
Providence Public Library.
Rhode Island College Library.
Rhode Island State Library.
Westerly: Westerly Public Library.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston:
Charleston College Library.
The Citadel Library.
Clemson: Clemson College Library.
Columbia :
South Carolina State Library.
University of South Carolina Library.
Greenville: Furman University Library.
Orangeburg: South Carolina State College Library.
Rock Hill: Carnegie Library of Winthrop College.

SOUTH DAECOTA

Aberdeen: Northern State Teachers College Library.
Brookings: South Dakota State University, Lincoln Memorial Library.
Pierre: South Dakota State Library Commission.
Rapid City:
Rapid City Public Library.
South Dakota School of Mines & Tech. Library.
Sioux Falls: Carnegie Free Public Library.
Spearfish: Black Hills Teachers College Library.
Vermillion: University of South Dakota Library.
Yankton : Yankton College Library.

TENNESSEE

Chattanooga : Chattanooga Public Library.
Clarksville: Austin Peay State College Library.
Columbia: Maury County Public Library.
Jefferson City: Carson-Newman College, Maples Library.
Johnson City: East Tennessee State University Library.
Knoxville: University of Tennessee Library.
Martin: University of Tennessee Library—Martin Branch.
Memphis: Cossitt Reference Library.
Murfreesboro : Middle Tennessee State College Library.
Nashville:

Joint University Libraries.

Nashville Public Library.

State Library Division, Tennessee State Library and Archives. Sewanee: University of the South Library.

TEXAS

Abilene: Hardin Simmons University Library.
Arlington: Arlington State College Library.
Austin:
Texas State Library (regional).
University of Texas Law Library.
University of Texas Library.
Beaumont: Lamar State College of Technology Library.
Brownwood: Howard Payne College, Walker Memorial Library.
Canyon: West Texas State University Library.
College Station: Texas A & M University Library.
Commerce: East Texas State College Library.
Corsicana: Navarro Junior College Library.
Dallas:
Dallas Public Library.
Southern Methodist University Library.
Denton : North Texas State University Library.
Edinburg: Pan American College Library.
El Paso: El Paso Public Library.
Fort Worth :
Fort Worth Public Public Library.
Texas Christian University Library.
Galveston: Rosenberg Library.
Houston :
Houston Public Library.
University of Houston Library.
Huntsville: Sam Houston State Teachers College, Estill Library.
Kingsville: Texas College of Arts and Industries Library.
Longview: Nicholson Memorial Library.
Lubbock: Texas Technological College Library (regional).
Marshall: Wiley College Carnegie Library.
Nacogoches: Stephen F. Austin State College Library.
Plainview: Wayland Baptist College, Van Howeling Memorial Library.
San Angelo: San Angelo College Library.
San Antonio :
Public Library, Business and Science Department.
St. Mary's University Library.
Trinity University Library.
San Marcos : Southwest Texas State College Library.
Sherman: Austin College, Arthur Hopkins Library.
Texarkana: Texarkana College Library.
Waco : Baylor University Library.
Wichita Falls: Midwestern University Library.

UTAH

Cedar City: College of Southern Utah Library.
Ephraim : Snow College Library.
Logan: Utah State University of Agriculture and Applied Science Library
(regional).

Ogden : Weber College Library.
Provo: Brigham Young University Library.
Salt Lake City:

University of Utah Library.

Utah State Library.

VERMONT

Burlington: University of Vermont Library.
Johnson : Johnson Teachers College Library.
Middlebury: Middlebury College, Egbert Starr Library.
Montpelier : Vermont State Library.
Northfield : Norwich University Library.

VIRGINIA

Blacksburg : Virginia Polytechnic Institute Library.
Bridgewater: Bridgewater College Library.
Charlottesville: University of Virginia Law Library.

VIRGINLA—COntinued

Emory: Emory and Henry College Library.
Fairfax: George Mason College of the University of Virginia Library.
Fredericksburg: Mary Washington College Library.
Hampden Sydney: Hampden Sydney College Library.
Lexington:

Virginia Military Institute Library.

Washington and Lee University Library. Norfolk :

Armed Forces Staff College Library.

Norfolk Public Library.

Old Dominion College, Hughes Library.
Petersburg: Virginia State College Library.
Richmond: Virginia State Library.
Roanoke: Roanoke Public Library.
Salem: Roanoke College, Bittle Memorial Library.
University: University of Virginia Library.
University of Richmond, P.O. : University of Richmond Library.
Williamsburg: William and Mary College Library.

WASHINGTON

Bellingham : Western Washington State College Library.
Ellensburg: Central Washington State College Library.
Everett: Everett Public Library.
Olympia : Washington State Library (regional).
Pullman: Washington State University Library.
Seattle:
Seattle Public Library.
University of Washington Library.
Spokane: Spokane Public Library.
Tacoma :
University of Puget Sound Library.
Tacoma Public Library.
Vancouver: Fort Vancouver Regional Library.
Walla Walla : Whitman College Library.

WEST VIRGINIA

Athens: Concord College Library.
Charleston:
Department of archives and history, State library.
Kanawha County Public Library.
Elkins: Davis and Elkins College Library.
Fairmont : Fairmont State College Library.
Huntington : Marshall University Library.
Institute: West Virginia State College Library.
Morgantown: West Virginia University Library (regional).
Salem : Salem College Library.
Weirton : Mary H. Weir Public Library.

WISCONSIN

Appleton : Lawrence College Library.
Beloit: Beloit College libraries.
Eau Claire: Wisconsin State College, Wm. D. McIntyre Library.
La Crosse: Public library.
Madison :
Madison Public Library.
State historical society library (regional").
University of Wisconsin Library.
Wisconsin State Library.
Milwaukee :
Milwaukee County Law Library.
Milwaukee Public Library (regional).
Mount Mary College Library.
Oklahoma Library.
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Library.

1 In cooperation with University of Wisconsin Library at Madison.

WISCONSIN–Continued

Oshkosh: Oshkosh State College Library,
Platteville: Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology, Karrmann
Library.

Racine: Racine Public Library.
River Falls: Wisconsin State University, Chalmer Davee Library.
Stevens Point: Wisconsin State College Library.
Superior:

Superior Public Library.

Wisconsin State College, Curran Library.
Whitewater: Wisconsin State College, Harold Andersen Library.

WYOMING

Casper: Natrona County Public Library.
Cheyenne: Wyoming State Library.
Laramie : University of Wyoming Library.
Sheridan: Sheridan College, Mary Brown Kooi Library.

STATE LIBRARY AUTHORITY

Senator MoWRONEY. I think we might find some duplication that might help us to thin out this number or shift around to other locations. Mr. BUCKLEY. The work of the State library authority as provided for in the present law is accomplishing a lot in that direction, I think.

INCREASE IN DESIGNATION OF LIBRARIES

Senator MonroNEy. That is fine. According to testimony last year there were 769 depository libraries then, with 823 presently in the program, there was an increase of 54 libraries during the past year; is that not correct? Mr. BUCKLEY. Yes, sir; and that number has grown even since we prepared the statement. It is now 832. Senator MoWRONEY. This was about 46 less than you estimated would be added during the year, since you estimated at the time there would be about 100 new libraries could be expected every year. Mr. BUCKLEY. Yes, sir; we estimated, I think, that there would be 834 by June 30 and it looks like there is going to be either exactly that number or perhaps a few more. We have 832 as of today. We think that 50 for the forthcoming year would be a rather reasonable estimate of the additional number. Senator MoWRONEY. You think we have just about reached the peak so far as new library additions to the program is concerned? Mr. BUCKLEY. With this maximum number of 1,340 permitted and with the popularity of the program and the increasing publicity given it in library and other publications, I think we can expect some more designations up to that maximum. Senator MoWRONEY. Thank you very much. Do you have anything further to add 2 Mr. HARRISON. No, sir. Thank you.

SUBCOMMITTEE RECESS

Senator MonroNEY. The subcommittee will stand in recess until 2 o'clock, at which time we will hear the disbursing officer of the Senate and the Sergeant at Arms. Thank you very much. (Whereupon, at 12:10 p.m., the subcommittee recessed until 2 p.m., the same day.) 49–381—65—15

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