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5/13/20, 6:19 PM

This is a black and white film tour of Hollywood Library. The video does not include sound.

1/1/60, 12:00 AM

This series contains digitized versions of motion picture films created in the 1950s and 1960s. Due to copyright restrictions, two of the films can not be made available online. To learn more about these films, please contact Multnomah County Archives.

1/1/59, 12:00 AM

This collection comprises records that relate to the administration of the library system as an organization. It includes documentation of strategic planning, outreach, working papers of leadership staff, among other records.

7/12/21, 7:32 PM

5/13/20, 6:18 PM

This photograph appeared on page 11 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "From Pioneer Settlement." The image shows six adults and two youngsters standing at the rear of the book truck. The smaller child is wearing a bonnet and holding a book with both hands.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 20 at the end of the Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934 report. The image shows a wicker basket containing several books resting atop a fence post. No caption accompanies the photograph.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 18 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Ultra fashionable Angora woolers." In the image, a woman in a cloche hat sits on the stairs that are used to enter the book truck. She has two Angora rabbits in her lap.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 18 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Tommy the Turk protests." In the image, a turkey appears to be strutting next to the book truck. The bird's tail feathers are fanned out and perpendicular to the ground and its back feathers are puffed out.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 12 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Books help when business is dull." In the image, a youngster holds several books and sits next to a wooden wheelbarrow on which an assortment of objects, including a Hershey's tin, rests. A handwritten sign next to the makeshift table reads "Flour (sic) shop."

1/1/26, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 12 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption '"Where's the little hoss book?" (Prancing Pony).' The image shows a youth sitting on the floor of (presumably) the book truck. The youngster has a book in their lap and is smiling and looking up and to the right of the photographer.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 13 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Sidney tramps a block through mud holes to get "Porridge Poetry" and a baby book for her mother." In the image, a youngster in a coat and beret stands on the back steps of the book truck holding several books.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 15 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "A good idea." The image shows an adult either removing a book from or placing it into a box that is affixed to the side of a mailbox post under the mailbox itself. The book box has a cover on the side that rotates to allow access to the books and protection from the elements.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 16 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Books are wrapped in bad weather." The image shows an adult in the driver's seat of a vehicle reaching for four books that are in a raised wooden box on the side of the road.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 16 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Especially good on rainy days" in reference to the previously picture, which was captioned "Books are wrapped in bad weather." The image shows the back of the book truck on a dirt road. There is a mailbox in the foreground. A cylindrical metal bin with a cover rests next to the mailbox. The letters "Sa" are visible on the bin.

1/1/34, 12:00 AM

This photograph appeared on page 17 of the report Ten Years: Chronicles of the Book Truck, 1924-1934, with the caption "Valued as milch or hair I cannot say (1 day old)." The image shows a kid goat standing in the doorway to the book truck.

1/1/30, 12:00 AM

Records of the individual branches, generally reporting to the Community (previously Extension) Services director. The most commonly found records are monthly, annual, and children’s librarian reports of branch accomplishments – staff, circulation, activities, etc – in a narrative format. Other records include scrapbooks, photographs, and correspondence.

6/30/21, 8:30 PM

Records of the individual branches, generally reporting to the Community (previously Extension) Services director. The most commonly found records are monthly, annual, and children’s librarian reports of branch accomplishments – staff, circulation, activities, etc – in a narrative format. Other records include scrapbooks, photographs, and correspondence.

6/28/21, 7:55 PM

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