2 edition of Catalogue of the books in Kelso Library. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Eighteenth Century -- reel 11614, no. 04.|
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At a time when government careers were largely off limits to women, librarianship was a unique haven to display executive abilities. She appointed as assistant librarian, and offered a training class for young women who wanted to be librarians. The library looks forward to holding additional knitting classes, including an Intermediate series, probably in January--keep an eye out for the flyers around town and in the library, of course.
Bligh, William The mutiny on board H.
John Cobley The Antipodes observed: artists of Australia, 1788-1850. See also the transcriptions and indexes above. The saga of the Los Angeles Central Library is as dramatic as any that can be found in the books on its shelves. Sydney: Strand Publishing, c2006 McDermott, Lynette F.
In April 1895, Kelso offered her resignation to the library's board of trustees. Los Angeles Herald April 2, 1895 : 10. For a larger overview of the libraries in Los Angeles, "The World From Here, Treasures of the Great Libraries of Los Angeles" is an based on a 2001 exhibit at the Hammer Museum.
The View from the Left: Economic Exploitation and the Lack of Political Power• This library is affiliated with. Barnard Eldershaw, Phillip of Australia — Account of the Settlement of Sydney Cove 1938 About the First Fleet:• all copyright registrations and renewals• Sydney: Library of Australian History, 1989 Gordon, Harry Bi-centennial : an Australian mosaic and 1788 diary. Personal life [ ] Kelso was striking in appearance, with short hair and glasses, often seen smoking in public, and not wearing a hat, as women generally did at the time.
At the time, she was assigned to a federal grant called "The Way Out Project" which provided relevant programs in the Chicano communities and to the African-American communities in South Central Los Angeles. : Sydney: Fellowhip of the First Fleeters, 1999 Crowley, Michael The Stony ground: the remembered life of convict James Ruse. ISBN 0814746586 acid-free paper 0814746616 acid-free paper paperback Full contents• We are once again offering new library card sign-ups!
George Spencer ,: 1978 Oxley, Deborah Convict maids: the forced migration of women to Australia. The new group meets in the library at 6:30 p.
Google Books's offers full-text search, and links to individual volumes, of 91 volumes of copyright registrations from 1922 to 1977.
Hillier Orphans of history: the forgotten children of the first fleet.
Dewey in a series of outrages against decency, having serious and far reaching effects upon his victims.
Items involving a particular fictitious character: jack ryan• Alison Alexander The floating brothel: the extraordinary tale of the Lady Juliana and the unlikely funding mothers of modern Australia.
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