Army Libraries
Through the Years 
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SC119706 - Post Library, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. 
#41-103-G 
 
Post Library
Private selects a book
SC119707 - Pvt. Max Stark, San Antonio Military Police Company, selects a book from the Post Library, Ft. Sam Houston. 
#41-103-H 
 
SC119708 - Pvts. George Martin, left, and Carl Johnson, are shown reading in the Post Library, Ft. Sam Houston.  Martin is a member of Co B, 23rd Infantry, while Johnson is a member of Co K, 9th Infantry. 
#41-103-I 
 
Privates reading in the Post Library
Present Library at Fort Dix Hostess House SC117486 - Present Library at Fort Dix Hostess House. 
Signal Corps Photograph received from Signal Officer, Headquarters, 2d Corps Area. 
January 31, 1941 
 
SC118281 - Miss Janet H. Zimmerman, Fort Monmouth Librarian. 
Signal Corps Photograph received from Public Relations Officer, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. 
April 10, 1941 
 
Fort Monmouth Librarian
Interior of Library in Hostess House SC120183 - Interior of Library in Hostess House, Fort Dix, New Jersey. 
Signal Corps Photograph received from Signal Officer, Headquarters, 2d Corps Area. 
March 1941 
 
SC120184 - In the Library in Hostess House, Fort Dix, New Jersey, soldiers consulting Librarian Dorothy Stockford (Larchmont, N.Y.). 
Signal Corps Photograph received from Signal Officer, Headquarters, 2d Corps Area. 
March 1941 
 
Soldiers consulting Librarian
Library in the Office of the Quartermaster General SC126069 - Library in the Office of the Quartermaster General which was created to give immediate information to officers working in the nerve center of the Armys clothing, sheltering, transporting, and feeding system. 
Railroad Retirement Building 11/5/41 
Washington, D.C. 
 
SC126070 - Library in the Office of the Quartermaster General which was created to give immediate information to officers working in the nerve center of the Armys clothing, sheltering, transporting, and feeding system. 
Railroad Retirement Building 11/5/41 
Washington, D.C. 
 
Library in the Office of the Quartermaster General
Service Club Library of Camp Robinson SC134368 - Photo shows the Service Club Library of Camp Robinson, Arkansas.  January 22, 1942. 
Signal Corps Photo #162-42-76 by Weber, 162nd Signal Photographic Company. 
 
SC134370 - Pfc. Ray Emeritz, 162nd Signal Photographic Company, selects one book from the 5000 books available at the Service Club Library, Camp Robinson, Arkansas.  January 22, 1942. 
Signal Corps Photo #162-42-80 by Weber, 162nd Signal Photographic Company. 
 
Private selects one book from 5000
Soldiers getting books from Service Club Library SC134369 - Soldiers at Camp Robinson, Arkansas, trying to get books from the Service Club Library.  Although the library has 5000 books it is badly in need of more.  The average circulation runs about 200 to 300 books per day, with a record of 525 in one day.  Miss Maurine Doores is the librarian.  January 22, 1942. 
Signal Corps Photo #162-42-79 by Weber, 162nd Signal Photographic Company. 
 
 
SC119701 - Pvt. H. R. McLemore, assistant librarian, of Co C, 9th Infantry, Fort Sam Houston, is shown checking books that have been returned.  June 1941.#41-103-B
 
Checking returned books

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