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A group of young people are at a table in the Canadian Street branch of the Austin Public Library, November 28, 1969. There is a librarian at a desk beside them.

1969-11-28

A young boy is cutting a piece of paper with scissors at the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library, circa 1960s.

undated

A group of children are sitting in the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library at story time on February 5, 1960. A very young boy is reading from Jack and Jill and a teacher or librarian holds another book.

1960-02-05

A group of Junior High or High School age youth are sitting in the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library together on June 29, 1960. Some adult women standing behind them, including Mrs. Ida Hawkins and Carrie Lou Treat.

1960-06-29

Three young children are participating in an awards ceremony for a drawing contest, December 12, 1961. There are two adult women on either side of the children. LtoR Loula McGill Harris, James Lee Barrow, Audrey Washington, Willie Esther Medlock, and Mrs. Naomi Brown (teacher).

1961-12-12

Three children are standing next to a woman in the library for a drawing contest ceremony, December 12, 1961. L to R: Loula McGill Harris, John Pena, Susan Hernandez, Robert Rios.

1961-12-12

Three children are standing with their teacher and another woman at an award ceremony for a drawing contest, December 12, 1961. L to R: Michael Emery, Debra D. Davis, Kenneth Washington, Mrs. O.H. Kincheon (teacher), and Loula McGill Harris.

1961-12-12

Five students at a desk with two adult women at an award ceremony for a poster contest, December 12, 1961. L to R: Richard Miller, Mrs. H.L. Conner (teacher), Alice F. Simmons, John L. Hargrove, Jr. , Kenneth E. Overton, Norwood Ray Hunter, Loula McGill Harris.

1961-12-12

A young boy, Eugene Anderson, is standing in front of a bookshelf with his teacher, Gloria, Richards, who is holding a paper with a prize ribbon on it and handing that to the boy, April 20, 1966. He has won the 3rd place prize for the Austin Public Library Essay Contest. This image was created by Ronald Vaughn

1966-04-20

A group of children are seated on the floor in the library and there is a screen with a projector so they can view a film, February 17, 1961. There are five adult women as well.

1961-02-17

Group portrait of school children are seated in the library and they are all smiling at the camera, November 14, 1963. There is an adult woman in the back standing behind the group. Bookshelves are on the walls.

1963-11-14

A large group of children are seated on the floor for story hour at the Carver branch of the Austin Public Library, circa 1960s.

undated

Five children are browsing at the bookshelves in the library, October 25, 1966. This image was created by Ronald Vaughn

1966-10-25

A group of children are gathered for story hour at an Austin Public Library location, October 30, 1963. They are seated at tables wearing Halloween costumes and masks. Bookshelves are in the background.

1963-10-30

A group of children in Halloween costumes and masks is seated on the floor of the library, October 30, 1963

1963-10-30

Three children are in the library dressed as the Scarecrow from Wizard of Oz, Pinnochio and the Sugar Plum Fairy, May 31, 1965. "Students are members of Mrs. Dorothy Smith's 2nd grade from Highland Park Elementary School on a visit to the nearby Highland Park branch of the Austin Public Library."

1965-05-31

Kyle Bengston, Lisa Stoeltje and Rich Cundiff, are dressed respectively as Ichabod Crane, Mary Poppins, and Captain Hook, May 31, 1965. "Students are members of Mrs. Dorothy Smith's 2nd grade class from Highland Park Elementary School..."

1965-05-31

Interior view of the Pan-American Library Branch, March 1, 1967. Several children and youth sit at tables and browse for books. The walls are lined with bookshelves

1967-03-01

Group portrait of park rangers. Front row (seated) left to right: G. Edward, D. Youngblood, R. Hotte, M. Mullinix. Back Row (standing) left to right: J. McCowin, B. Wright, L. Manley, (unidentified), G. Hooks, and (unidentified).

circa 1960

Portrait of Samuel John "Lightnin" Hopkins, from a 1961 interview by the Austin American-Statesman, in a suit jacket with sunglasses and a link wristwatch. He is seated with his left elbow on a table and head rested on palm.

1961

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1960-01-Vol-08-Iss-07-0099

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1960-04-Vol-08-Iss-10-0102

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1960-02-Vol-08-Iss-08-0100

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1960-10-Vol-09-Iss-01-0108

Signal Smoke is the Travis County Audubon Society's newsletter. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable, and habitable communities.

1960-03-Vol-08-Iss-09-0101

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