CodeNumber BibliographicCitation
AK01 Andrews, Clarence L. The Historical Russian Library of Alaska," Pacific Northwest Library Association Quarterly. 29 (April, 1938: 201-04)
AK02 Sokolov, A.P. "Russkaia Biblioteka v Amerikie Sitkhie" (the Russian Library at Sitka in America). Morskoi Sbornik (Marine Magazine) 4 (1850): 34-39.
AK03 Stewart, Jeannette. "Library Service in Alaska, a Historical Survey" (unpubl. thesis, Univ. of Washington, 1957).
AK04 Yarniolinsky, Avrahrn. "A Russian Library in Alaska," Bulletin of the New York Public Library. 34 (Sept.1930): 643-46.
AL01 Federal Writers Program, Alabama. Alabama; a Guide to the Deep South. 1941. (Mentions a stock certificate for the Huntsville Library, dated 1818.)
AL02 Thomas, M.M., Tours in the deep South : Alabama as recorded by travelers, 1819-1860. [M.A. thesis] Chapel Hill, N.C., 1949 (about the Huntsville social library, seen by Mrs. Royall, maybe in 1822.)
AR01 Hutchins, B.L. "Arkansas Enjoyed Libraries and Books back in the 1840's," Arkansas Libraries 6 (Oct.1949): 11-12.
AR02 McNeil, G.L. "History of the Library in Arkansas," (M.S.L.S. thesis, Univ. of Mississippi, 1957).
AR03 Wright, J.S. "The Supreme Court Library," Arkansas Historical Quarterly 47 (1988)137-
AZ01 Redding, Clare E. "Arizona's First Library," Arizona Days and Ways Magazine May 21, 1961. (clipping)
AZ02 Wagoner, Jay J. Early Arizona: Prehistory to Civil War. Tucson, Ariz., 1975.
CA01 Annual Statistics and Quarterly News Items, California State Library, News Notes ot California Libraries. 13 (Oct.1918): 452-510.
CA03 Bowman, J.N. "Libraries in Provincial California," Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly. 43 (Dec.1961): 426-39.
CA04 Bradley, Ruth. "Books in the California Missions" (unpubi. thesis, Columbia Univ. 1950).
CA05 Brieger, Gert H. "Medical Education in the Far West," Journal of the West. 21 (July 182): 42-48.
CA06 Cac, Jerry F. "The Los Angeles Public Library: Origins and Development," (unpubl. thesis, Univ. of Southern California, 1977).
CA07 Coman, Edwin T., Jr. "Special Librianship in California," California Library Bulletin. 11 (June 1950): 174-76.
CA08 Conmy, P.T. "Diamond Jubilee of California Public Libraries," California Librarian iS (September 1953): 48, 61. (or is the last name spelled 'Commy'?)
CA09 Ferguson, Milton J. "California Libraries: a Short Review and a Look Ahead," California State Library, News Notes of California Libraries 13 (Jan.1918): 1-5.
CA10 Geiger, Maynard. "The Old Mission Libraries of California," California Library Bulletin. 11 (June 1950): 143-44, 177.
CA11 Geiger, Maynard 3. "The Story of California's First Libraries," Southern California Quarterly 46 (1964): 109-24.
CA12 Held, Ray E. "The 'Odd Fellows' Library Associations in California," Library Quarterly 32 (April 1962):148-63.
CA13 Held, Ray E. Public Libraries in California, 1849-1878. Berkeley, Calif., 1963.
CA14 Murian, Richard. "Sacramento Ongins Libraries in the California Gold Rush Period," AB Bookman's Weekly 79 (June 22, 1987): 2773.
CA15 Mussman, V.K. "Women and the Founding of Social Libraries in California, 1859-1910," (unpub I. dissertation, Univ. of Southern California, 1982).
CA16 Parma, Rosamond. "Law Libraries in California,' Law Library Journal 18 (Oct.1925):
CA17 Powell, J.C. "The First Public Library in California," News Notes of California Libraries 13 (1918): 39-40.
CA18 Pulling, Hazel Adele. "Libraries of Gold Rush California," California Library Bulletin, 11 (June 1950): 145-46, 178.
CA19 Smith, Dora. History of the University of California Library to 1900. (ACRL Microcard Series no.21) Rochester, N.Y., 1954. (Her master's thesis, Univ. of California, 1954).
CA20 Stieg, Lewis F. "Notes on the Origins of Public Libraries in California, 1850-1900," Library Quarterly 22 (July 1952): 263-69.
CA21 Warren, Aithea. "The Public Library Movement in California," California Library Bulletin, 11 (June 1950:147-48, 179-80.
CO01 Colorado State Library, Denver. Colorado's Century of Public Libraries, 1859-1959. Denver, 1959.
CO02 Dorsett, L.W. The Queen City: A History of Denver 1977. p.47 (about Arthur E. Pierce's Reading Room and Library).
CO03 Poste, Leslie I. "How the Library Came to Denver," Westerners Brand Book, 5 (Oct. 1948): 41-43, 48.
CO04 Wyer, Malcolm G. "Colorado Libraries," in Colorado and Its People: a Narrative and Topical History of the Centennial State. Edited by LeRoy Hafen. N.Y., 19xx,  Vol.2, p.543-46.
CT01 Brophy, Elaine D. "The History of the Libraries of Windsor, Connecticut." (unpubl. thesis, Southern Connecticut State College, 1975).
CT02 Burke, Betty L. "The Development of Libraries in Guilford, Connecticut," (unpub 1. thesis, Southern Connecticut State College, 1959).
CT03 Clarke, M.G.M. David Watkinson's Library. Hartford, Conn., 1966.
CT04 Giddings, Ruth L. "The West Hartford Public Library," (unpubl. thesis, Southern Connecticut State College, 1965).
CT05 McKenna, Marian. Tapping Reeve and the Litchfield Law School, p.111-17. N.Y., 1986.
CT06 Waggoner, Lois B. "The Development of the Cheshire Public Library," (unpubl. thesis, Southern Connecticut State College, 1965).
CT07 Whitney, Henry Mitchell. The Development of Public Libraries within the Bounds of the Old New Haven Colony. 1904. (Connecticut Public Library Document No.8).
DC01 Berthold, Arthur B. "The Library of the Department of State," Library Quarterly 28 (Jan. 1958): 27-37.
DC02 Hill, David Spence. The Libraries of Washington. Chicago. 1936.
DC03 Johnston, William Dawson. "The Earliest Free Public Library Movement in Washington, 1849-187 "Columbia Historical Society Records 9 (1906): 1-13.
DC04 Johnston, William Dawson. History of the Library of Congress. Washington, D.C., 1904. Vol.2.
DC05 Meyer, H. B.   Handbook of the Libraries in the District of Columbia. Washington, D.C., 1914. 64p.
DC06 Noble, A.D. "Short Survey of Libraries in the District of Columbia from the Beginning  to the Civil War Period," D.C. Libraries, 4 (Apr.1933): 70-87.
FL01 Arana, Luis R. "A Private Library in St. Augustine, 1680," El Escribano 8 (Oct.1971):
FL02 Siebert, Wilbert H. "Some Church History of St. Augustine during the Spanish Regime," Florida Historical Quarterly 9 (Oct.1930): 121.
GA01 Atlanta. Carnegie Library. Hand-book of the Libraries of the State of Georgia. 1907.
GA01 Atlanta.  Carnegie Library.  Hand-book of the Libraries of the State of Georgia.  1907.
GA02 Coulter, E.M. College Life in the Old South. Second ed. Athens, Ga., 1951.
GA03 Fleming, J.B. "199 Years of Augusta's Library: A Chronology (1732-1949)," Georgia Historical Ouarterly 33 (June 1949): 128-130. Also published as a book by the University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia.
GA04 Satterfield, Virginia. "College Libraries in Georgia," Georgia Historical Quartejyl 24
GA05 Sattertleld, Virginia. "The History of College Libraries in Georgia as Interpreted from the Study of Seven Selected Libraries," (unpubi. thesis, Columbia Univ. 1936).
HI01 Frost & Frost (architectural firm)   Ah' olani Hale; A Century of Growth and Change, Prepared for the Department of Accounting and General Servicess, State of Hawaii, 1978
HI02 Greer, Richard A. "Honolulu in 1838," Hawaiian Journal of History 11(1977): 3-38.
HI03 Kuykendall, Ralph S. and A. Grove Day. Hawaii: A History. Rev. ed. N.Y., 1961.
HI04 Schmitt, Robert C. "Some Firsts in Island Leisure," Hawaiian Journal of History 12 (1978): 99-119.
HI05 Tachihata, Chieko. "History and Development of Hawaii Public Libraries; the Library of Hawaii and Hawaii State Library, 1913-1971," (unpubl. dissertation, Univ. of Southern California, 1981).
IA01 Harris, D.G. "History of the Friends' Meeting Libraries," Bulletin of Friends Historical Association 31 (1942): 42-62. (Same as Friend's Historical Quarterly? About a church at Salem, Iowa.)
IA02 Iowa. Library Commission. First Report... 1901-1903. Des Moines, Iowa, 1904.
IA03 McGuire, Letha Pearl. "A Study of the Public Library Movement in Iowa," Iowa Journal of History, 35(1937): 2-72. Based on her unpubl. thesis with a similar title, Univ. of Ill., 1929.
IA04 Wright, L.M. "Iowa's Oldest Library," Iowa Journal of History and Politics 38 (1940):408-28. (about the Territorial-later the State -- Library)
IL01 Alvord, Clarence W., ed. Centennial History of the State of Illinois. Springfield, Ill., 1918-1920.5 vols.
IL02 Beckwith, H.W. History of Iroquois County. (Mentions the Onarga Library Association.)
IL03 Brief History of Shepard's / McGraw Hill (a printed sheet).
IL04 Illinois laws, statutes. (The session laws, from the commencement of statehood through 1850).
IL05 Illinois Libraries. 16 (Apr. 1 934) (Mentions the Peoria Library Association.)
IL06 Illinois. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Second Biennial Report for the Years 1857-58. Springfield, Ill., 1859.
IL07 Illinois. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Seventh Biennial Report, 1867-68 Springfield, Ill., 1869.
IL08 Neponset's One Hundred Years, 1855-1955 (Pamphlet, mentions the Neponset Library and Reading Room.)
IL09 Sharp, Katherine L. Illinois Libraries. Parts I-VI. Univ. of Illinois, "The University Studies," in Univ. of Illinois Bulletin. Urbana, Ill., 1906-08.
IL10 Spencer, Gwladys. The Chicago Public Library: Origins and Background. Chicago, 1943.
IL11 Storke. Aubrey. "Books in the Wilderness,' Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 28 (Jan.1936): 258-70.
IL12 Travous, R. Louise. "Pioneer Illinois Library," Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 42 (Dec.1949): 446-53.
IN01 Boone, Richard G. A History of Education in Indiana, N.Y., 1892.
IN02 Byrd, Cecil K. and H. H. Peckham. A Bibliography of Indiana Imprints, 1804-1854. Indianapolis, 1955.
IN03 Dunn J.P. The Libraries of Indiana. Indianapolis, 1893.
IN04 "An Early Library of Randolph County,"  Library Occurrent 4 (July 1917): 200-201
IN05 Haimbaugh, F. D. History of Delaware County, Indiana. Indianapolis, 1924.
IN06 Henry W.E. Municipal and Institutional Libraries of Indiana: History, Condition and Management. .. N.p., 1904
IN07 Hull, Thomas V. "The Origin and Development of the Indianapolis Puiblic Library, 1873-1900" (unpubl. thesis, Univ. of Kentucky, 1956).
IN08 Indiana Laws, Statutes. The Laws of the Territory, 1809-1816 , (Ewbank and Riken)  and  The  Session Laws of the State, from the Commencement of Statehood through 1850.
IN09 Indiana. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Annual Reports, 1852-1855.
IN10 Indianapolis. Public Library. Catalogue of The Public Library of Indianapolis, 1873. Indianapolis, 1873.
IN11 Letter and manuscript, "History of Pike and Dubois" (about the Pike County Library)
IN12 Library Occurrent 4 (July 1917)194-200. (about the Workingmen's Institute Library at New Harmony.)
IN13 Lonn, Elila. "The History of an Unusual Library," Indianapolis Magazine of History. 19 (Sept. 1923): 209-225
IN14 McBride, Frances H. "Maclure Libraries in Indiana and Illinois" (unpubi. student papers, Graduate Library School, Indiana  University).
IN15 Walther, La Verne.  Information obtained by Mrs. Walther from the files on individual libraries in the Extension Division of the Indiana State Library.
KS01 Gardiner, Allen. Kansas Public Libraries from Abilene to Zenda; a Concise History. Topeka, Kansas, 1982.
KS02 Gower Calvin W. "Lectures, Lyceums, and Libraries in Early Kansas, 1854-1864," Kansas Historical Quarterly 36 (1970): 175-(82.
KS03 Scharf, John T. History of the St. Louis City and County. Philadelphia, 1883.
KY01 B., E. "Travels in Hot Weather," The Western Monthly Magazine. 2 (Oct. 1834). ca.p.535.
KY02 Baird, Robert. View of the Valley of the Mississippi. or the Emigrants and Travellers Guide to the West... Philadelphia, 1834.
KY03 The Baptist Banner and Western Pioneer, Louisville, Ky., Jan.18, 1844.
KY04 Bruner, Joyce Estelle. The History of he University of Louisville Libraries. (ACRL Microcard Series no.60) Rochester, N.Y., 1956. (Master's thesis, Univ. of North Carolina, 1953.)
KY05 Caron, C.D. (compiler) Qerman and Brother's Louisville City Guide and Business Directory for the Year 1869-70... Louisville, Ky., 1869.
KY06 Casseday, Ben. The History of Louisville, from Its Earliest Settlement till the Year 1852. Louisville, Ky., 1852.
KY07 Cochran, Griffin. "Lexington's Public Library Historic," Seventeenth Annual Report of the Lexington Public Library, 1916. n.d., 15-21.
KY08 Collins, Gabriel. The Louisville Directory, for the Year 1838-9. Louisville, Ky., 1838.
KY09 Collins, Gabriel. The Louisville Directory, for the Year 1841. Louisville, Ky., 1841.
KY10 Collins, Gabriel. The Louisville Directory, for the Yearkl 843-44. Louisville, Ky., 1843.
KY11 Collins, Lewis. Historical Sketches of Kentucky. Maysville, Ky., 1847.
KY12 Collins, Lewis. Historical Sketches of Kentuckv. ..by Richard H. Collins. Covington, Ky., 1874.2 vols.
KY13 Collins, Lewis. Historical Sketches of Kentucky...Rev., Enl. Louisville, Ky., 1924.2 vols.
KY14 Davenport, F. Garvin. Ante-bellum Kentucky: A Social History, 1800-1860. Oxford, Ohio, 1943. (also Westport, Conn., 1983)
KY15 Davidson, Robert. History of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky. N.Y., etc., 1847.
KY16 Edwards'.. Annual Directory of the .. .City of Louisville, 1864-65.
KY17 Edwards' Fifth Annual Directory, 1869 (of Louisville) Louisville, 1869.
KY18 The Emigrant's Guide, or Pocket Geography of the Western States and Territories Containing a Description of the Several Cities, Towns, Rivers, Antiquities, Population, Manufactories, Prices of Land, Soil, Productions, and Exports.. Cincinnati, 1818.
KY19 Ford, Henry A. and Kate Ford. History of the Ohio Falls Cities and Their Countijes.
KY20 Frankfort Commonwealth, Frankfort, Ky., Dec.18, 1855. (newspaper article).
KY21 Haldeman's Picture of Louisville, Directory and Business Advertiser for 1844-1845. Louisville, KY4., 1844.
KY22 Hawes, George W. Kentucky State Gazatteer and Business Directory, for 1859 and 1860. Louisville, Ky., 1859.
KY23 Horine, Emmet Field. "The Centennium: 1851," The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Association, 49 (September 1951): 379-81.
KY24 Horine, Emmet Field, A History of the Louisville Medical Institute and of the Establishment of the University of Louisville and Its School of Medicine 1833-F846. Louisville, 1933.
KY25 Howlett, Wm. J. Historical Tribute to St. Thomas' Seminary at Poplar Neck near Bardstown, Kentucky. St. Louis, 1906.
KY26 Hurd & Burrows Louisville City Directory and Business Mirror for 1858-59. Louisville, 1858.
KY27 Insko, W. Robert, "The Kentucky Seminary," Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, 52 (July 1954): 213, 232.
KY28 Jegli, John B.    John B. Jegli's Louisville Directory for 1848-1849. Louisville, Ky., 1848.
KY29 Jilison, Willard Rouse, "A Sketch and Bibliography of the Kentucky Historical Society, 1836-1943," Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society 41 (July 1943):
KY30 Joblin, M. and Co. Louisville Past and Present. Louisville, Ky., 1875.
KY31 Johnson, R.F. "The Masonic University of Kentucky - a Unique Institution," typewritten ms in the University of Kentucky Library, an excerpt from his thesis, "History of Education in Oldham County," Univ. of Kentucky, 1938.
KY32 Johnston, J. Stoddard, ed. Memorial History of Louisville from its First Settlement to the Year 1896. Chicago, n.d.
KY33 Keller, G.R. and J.M. McCann, Sketches of Paris, Bourbon Co., Kentucky. Paris, Ky., 1876.
KY34 Kentucky. Laws, statues. (The statutes themselves, the session laws from the commencement of statehood through 1861.)
KY35 Kentucky. House of Representatives. Joumal. (various issues).
KY36 Kentucky. Senate. Journal. (various issues).
KY37 Kentucky Gazette, Lexington, Ky. July 8, 1819.
KY38 Kentucky Reporter.  Lexington, Ky.  March 30, 1831.
KY39 Kerr, Charles. "Transylvania University's Law Department," Americana (American Historical Society), 31 (January 1937): 7-44.
KY40 Leavy, William. "Memoir of Lexington and Its Vicinity..." Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society. 41 (January, April, July, October 1943): 44-62, 107-137, 250-260, 310-346; 42 (January 1944): 26-53.
KY41 Lewis, Alvin Fayette. History of Higher Education in Kentucky. (U.S. Bureau of Education Circular of tnformation no.3, 1899).
KY42 Lexington Observer and Reporter, Lexington, Ky., May  ?0, 1848.
KY43 Lexington Reporter, Lexington, Ky. February 28, 1816.
KY44 The Louisville Directory for the Year 1832. Louisville, Ky., 1832.
KY45 Louisville Public Advertiser. February 24, 1821.
KY46 Mac Cabe, Julius P. Bolivar. Directory of the City of Lexington and County of Fayette, for 1838 and '39. Lexington, Ky., 1838.
KY47 Maydefl, Alexander, Mayden's Lexington City Directory, for 1867. Cincinnati, 1867.
KY48 McMullen, Haynes. "College Libraries in Ante-Bellum Kentucky," Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 60 (Apr.1962): 106-33.
KY49 McMullen, Haynes. "Social Libraries in Ante-Bellum Kentucky," Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society 58 (Apr.1960): 97-128.
KY50 McMullen, Haynes. "Special Libraries in Ante-Be11um Kentucky," Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society 59 (Jan.1961): 29-46.
KY51 Meyer, Leland.  Georgetown College, its Background and a Chapter in its Early History, Louisville, 1929.
KY52 Meyer, Leland. "Kentucky Hospitality as Extended by Colonel Richard M. Johnson and his Fellow Citizens," Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 29 (October 1931): 372-78.
KY53 Oldham Era. La Grange, Ky. Oct. 14, 1921.
KY54 Peers, Benjamin 0. An Introductory Lecture Delivered before the Lexington Mechanic's Institute, June 20, 1829. Lexington, Ky., 1829.
KY55 Peter, Robert. A Brief Sketch of the History of Lexington, Kentucky, and Transylvania University. Lexington, KY., 1854.
KY56 Peter, Robert. History of Fayette County, Kentucky, with an Outline Sketch of the Blue Grass Region. Chicago, 1882.
KY57 Peter, Robert. Transylvania University, its Origin, Rise, Decline, and Fall. Louisville, Ky., 1896.
KY58 Ranck, George W. History of Lexington, Kentucky. Cincinnati, 1872.
KY59 Ridgeay, Florence H. Developments in Library Service in Kentucky, a Review. Berea, Ky., 1940.
KY60 Savage, George S. Historical Sketches of Institutions of Learning within the Bounds of the Kentucky Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  South. Winchester, Ky., 1899.
KY61 Smith, Travis Edwin. The Rise of Teacher Training in Kentucky. (Contributions to Education.. George Peabody College for Teachers, no.99) Nashville, Tenn., 1932.
KY62 Sonne, Niels Henry. Liberal Kentucky, 1780-1826. (Columbia Studies in American Culture, no.3) N.Y., 1939.
KY63 Tanner, Henry, comp. The Louisville Directory and Business Advertiser for 1859-60. Louisville, Ky., 1859.
KY64 Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church at Danville, Ky. Annual Catalogue.
KY65 Theological Seminary of the Protestant  Episcopal Church in Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., Charter, Regulations, Course of Study & c.  Lexington, Ky., 1834.
KY66 Truman, Lilian Semple, The Louisville Law Library, 1839-1912. Louisville, Ky. 1912.
KY67 U.S. Works Progress Administration, Ky. A Centennial History of the University of Louisville. Louisville, Ky 1939.
KY68 U.S. Works Progress Administration, Ky. Libraries and Lotteries: a History of the Louisville Free Public Library. Cynthiana, Ky., 1944.
KY69 U.S. Works Progress Administration, Ky. Medical Historical Research Project. Medicine and its Development in Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., 1940.
KY70 White, W. Lee. The Louisville Directory and Annual Business Advertiser for 1855-6. Louisville, Ky., 1855.
KY71 Williams' Lexington City Directory,... to Which is Appended a United States Post
LA01 Braden, Waldo W. "Lecturing in New Orleans, 1840-1850", Southern Studies 17 (1978): 433-66.
LA02 Dabney, "One Hundred Great Years"  New Orleans Times-Picayune, (exact date?) 1944
LA03 Goudeau, J. M. "Early Libraries in Louisana: A Study of Creole Influence" (unpubl. Dissertation;  Western Reserve University) 1965.
LA04 "Libraries in New Orleans", DeBow's Review. 1(1846): 381-82.
LA05 Maestri, H. L. "A History of the New Orleans Commercial Library Society, 1831 - 1842" (unpubl. Master's Thesis, Tulane Univ., 1943)
LA06 Maestri, H. L. "New Orleans Public Library in the Nineteenth Century", Louisiana Library Association Bulletin 15(1952): 35-43.
LA07 McCutcheon, Roger Philip, "Libraries in New Orleans, 1771-1833", Louisiana Historical Quarterly 20 (Jan.1937): 152-58.
MA01 Authelet, Jack. (article) Foxboro Reporter Apr. 5, 1989.
MA02 Baron, M.S. "Evolution of the Springfield, Massachusetts Public Library, 1796-1912," (master's thesis, Catholic Univ. of America, 1966).
MA03 Bolton, Charles K. "Circulating Libraries in Boston, 1765-1865," Colonial Society of Massachusetts 11(1910): 196-207.
MA04 Boston Athenaeum. Catalogue of the Library of the Boston Athenaeum, 1807-1871. Boston, 1874-82.
MA05 Colodny, S. "A Centennial History of an Association Library, Lenox, Massachusetts, 1856-1956," (Research paper, Long Island Univ., 1970).
MA06 Green, Samuel S. "Public Libraries of Worcester," p.199-219 in The Worcester of 1898 ed. Franklin P. Rice. Worcester, Mass., 1899.
MA07 Arnold, J. H. "The Harvard Law Library," Harvard Grad. Magazine 16 (Dec.1907):
MA08 Harvard Library Bulletin 3 (Winter -- Year?): 94-101 (about the Harvard College Peabody Museum).
MA09 Harvard Library Bulletin 5 (Winter-Year?): 102-11 (about the Harvard College Astronomical Observatory Library).
MA10 Quincy, Josiah. The History of the Boston Athenaeum ... Cambridge, Mass., 1851.
MA11 Sheldon, George. A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts Reprint of 1895-96 ed., vol. 2) Somersworth, N.H., 1972. p.826.
MA12 Silver, Rollo G. The Boston Book Trade. N.Y., 1949.
MA13 Special Libraries 6 (Jan.1915): 17 (about the Boston and Albany Railway Library).
MA14 Stebbins, Howard L. "The County Law Library System of Massachusetts," Law Library Journal 14 (Oct.1921): 75.
MA15 Tuttle, James H. "The Libraries of the Mathers," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, new series, 20 (1909-1910): 269-356.
MA16 Weliman, J.W. "Free Public Libraries," Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review 28 (Apr. 1871): 209-34.
MD01 Brown, Anne W. The Phoenix: A History of St. John's College Library. (date? place?).
MD02 Colson, John. "The Fire Company Library Associations of Baltimore, 1835-1858," Journal Library History 21 (Winter 1986): 158-76.
MD03 Dutrow, Katherine E., ed. "Histories of the College Libraries in Maryland," Maryland Libraries 27 (Spring 1961): 4-16.
MD04 Neill, Edward Duffield. The Founders of Maryland as Portrayed in Manuscripts, Provincial Records, and Early Documents. Albany, N.Y., 1876.
MD05 Peabody Institute, Baltimore. Catalogue, 1883. (about the Baltimore Athenaeum catalog of 1827).
MD06 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1693-1696/7, Archives of Maryland 20, Baltimore, Maryland Historical Society, 1900.
MD07 UhIer, Philip R. "Sketch of the History of Public Libraries in Baltimore," Library Journal 15 November 1890): 334-37.
MD08 Yeatman, Larry. "Literary Culture and the Role of Libraries in Democratic America: Baltimore, 1815-1840"  Journal of Library History 20 (Fall 1985), 345-67.
ME01 Chadbourne, Ava H. "Early Social Libraries in Maine," The Bulletin of the Maine Library Association 19 (May 1958): 13-15:19 (August 1958): 15-19:19 (Nov. 1958): 17-19: 20 (Feb.1959): 20-22.
ME02 Chase, Virginia "Village Library," Down East: the Magazine of Maine 5 (March 1959):
ME03 Michener, Roger. "Rivals and Partners: Early Literary Societies at Bowdoin College," Journal of Library History 10 (July 1975): 214-30.
ME04 Rush, N. Orwin. The College Libraries in Maine. Worcester, Mass., 1956.
MI01 Bald, F. Clever. "Beginnings of Libraries in Michigan," Michigan Librarian 20 (Mar. 1956): 3-5.
MI02 Beal, W. J. History of the Michigan Agricultural College ... East Lansing, Mich.,
MI03 Bidlack, Russell. The City Library of Detroit, 1817-1837. (Department of Library Science Studies, No.2) Ann Arbor, Mich., 1955.
MI04 Bixby, Mrs. A.F. and Mrs. A. Howell. Historical Sketches of the Ladies' Library  Associations of the State.  Adrian, Mich., 1876.
MI05 Haldeman, Ruth, "History of the Ann Arbor Public Library," 1974. (typewritten)
MI06 History of Michigan Libraries, Library Journal 52 (Jan. 1,1927): 30.
MI07 Lathrop, Olive C. "History of Michigan Law Libraries and Their Relation to General Libraries in Michigan," Law Library Journal, 16 (Oct.1923).
MI08 Michigan. Supertendant of Public Instruction. Annual Reports, 1837-1875. (Twenty-nine of these were available for examination.)
MI09 Miller, L.M. Legislative History of Township Libraries in the State of Michigan from 1835 to 1901, Printed by Order of the Board of the Library Commissioners. Lansing, Mich., 1902.
MI10 Rosalita, Sister M. No Greater Service: The History of the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe, Michigan, 1845-1945. Detroit; 1948.
MI11 Walton, G.M. Libraries in Michigan. Lansing, Mich., 1926.
MI12 Wing, Talcott E., ed. History of Monroe County, Michigan, N.Y., 1890.
MN01 Carlstedt, Ellworth. "The Public Library Movement in Minnesota, 1849-1900," Minnesota Libraries 14 (September 1945): 351-63.
MN02 Lewis, Glenn. "Minnesota's First Public Libraries," p.240-49 in Minnesota Heritage ed. L.M. Bringo. Minneapolis, 1960.
MN03 Ostendorf, Paul J. "The History of the Public Library Movement in Minnesota from 1849 to 1916." (unpubl. Thesis, Univ. of Minnesota, 1984).
MN04 Roloff, Roland W. St. John's University Library. (ACRL Microcard Series, No. 34) Rochester, N.Y., 1955. (Master's thesis, Univ. of Minnesota, 1955).
MN05 Varner, C. Sister, "Development of Special Libraries in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1849-1949," (unpubl. Thesis, Univ. of Chicago, 1950).
MO01 Brinton, E.H. "History of Public Libraries in Missouri to 1920," Missouri Library Association Quarterly, 11 (Mar.1950): 5-7.
MO02 City Circulating Library, St. Louis, in Contributions to American Library History, ed. Thelma Eaton. (Champaign, Ill., 1961) pp.127-28.
MO03 Crunden, Frederick N. "The Libraries of St. Louis," in Contributions to American Library History, ed. Thelma Eaton (Champaign, Iii., 1961) pp.216-236. Reprinted, from St. Louis Public Library Magazine, 5 (January-November 1898): 244-51, 316-19
MO04 Gentry, North Todd. "William F. Switzler," Missouri Historical Review 24 (Jan.1930):
MO05 Guitar, Sarah. "Movements and Memorials in Missouri," Missouri Historical Review 19 (July 1925): 555-603.
MO06 Hensley, J.R. "Transacting Science on the Border of Civilization: The Academy of Science of St. Louis, 1856-1881," Gateway Heritage 7 (Winter, 1986-87): 18-25.
MO07 Historical Notes and Comments, Missouri Historical Review 35 (Apr.1941): 459.
MO08 Kaser, David. Directory of the St. Louis Book and Printing Trades to 1850. New York, 1961.
MO09 McDermott, John F.  "Public Libraries in St. Louis, 1811-1939." Library Quarterly  14 (Jan. 1944): 9-27.
MO10 Missouri History Not Found in Textbooks, Missouri Historical Review 36 (1942). 268.
MO11 Missouri Library Association. Handbook for 1915. Jefferson City, Mo., 1916.
MO12 Missouriana, Missouri Historical Review 31 (July 1937): 436.
MO13 Severence, Henry 0. "The Columbia Library, 1866-1892," Missouri Historical Review 7 (July 1913): 232.
MS01 Harrell, Laura. "The Development of the Lyceum Movement in Mississippi," Journal of Mississippi History 31 (Aug.1969): 187-201.
MS02 Peebles, Mary M. and J.B. Howell, ed. A History of Mississippi Libraries. Jackson, Miss., 1975.
MS03 Philllips, C.R. "Mississippi's Library Heritage: Ricks Memorial Library," Mississippi Libraries 56 (Summer 1992): 49 (about Yazoo Library Association which became the Manchester Library Association).
MT01 Barbour, A.K. "A Historical Sketch of the Montana State Law Library," Biennial Reports of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees and of the Librarian of the Montana State Law Library... for the Years 1935-36 and 1937-38, p.9-25.
MT02 Girshick, D. "Special Collections: The Montana Historical Society," PNLA Quarterly 53 (Winter 1989): 5-7.
NC01 Coon, C.L. The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina, a Documentajy History, 1790-1840. Raleigh, N.C., 1908.
NC02 Drake, William Earie. Higher Education in North Carolina before 1860. N.Y., 1964.
NC03 Freeman, Jean. "Early Libraries in North Carolina," North Carolina Libraries 16 (June 1958): 125-27.
NC04 Fries, A.L., ed. Records of the Moravians in North Carolina. Vol.6. Raleigh, N.C. Historical Commission, 1943.
NC05 Johnson, G.G. Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1937.
NC06 McCoy, EF. Early Wilmington, Block by Block from 1733 on. Wilmington, N.C., 1967.
NC07 North Carolina Libraries 17 (1959): 113-14. (Reprints the rules of the North Carolina State Library for use, 1817).
NC08 Parrott, M.S. "The North Carolina State Library; A Brief Review of Its History," North Carolina Libraries 29 (Winter, 1970-71): 36-38.
NC09 Smiley, W.W. Library Development in North Carolina before 1930. Greenville, N.C., 1971.
NC10 Weeks, Stephen Beauregard "Libraries and Literature in North Carolina in the Eighteenth Century," p.169-267 in Report of the American Historical Association for 1895. Washington, D.C., 1896.
ND01 Trobriand, Regis D. de K., comte de. Military Life in Dakota. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1982.
NE01 Lenfest, Grace Evelyn. "The Development and Present Status of the Library Movement in Nebraska" (unpubl. Thesis, Univ. of lllnois, 1931).
NH01 Allen, Emil W., Jr. "The Libraries of Portsmouth, New Hampshire." (unpubl. Thesis, Pratt Institute, 1952).
NH02 New Hampshire. State Librarian.  Report to the New Hampshire Legislature for the Year Ending October 1,1891. Concord, N.H., 1891.
NJ01 Barber, John W. and Henry Howe. Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey, New York, 1847.
NJ02 Clark, E.S. The Orange Public Library: A History of the First Seventy-five Years, 1883-1958. Orange, N.J., 1958. (includes information about the Orange Lyceum and Library Association).
NJ03 Harris, D.J." Woodbury Meeting, Woodbury, Pa.." Friends Historical Quarterly 31(1942): 52-62
NJ04 Hughes, H.L. Public Libraries in New Jersey, 1750-1850. Trenton, N.J., 1966.
NJ05 Hughes, H.L. "Schools and Libraries," p.754-67 in vol.2 of The History of Trenton, 1679-1929 by Edwin Robert Walker, Princeton, N.J., 1929.
NJ06 James, Irene. Early History of Libraries in Paterson, New Jersey. Paterson, 1949.
NJ07 Lindemann, Eduard. "New Jersey Libraries: Past, Present, and Future," New Jersey Library Bulletin, new series 9 (April and Aug.1940): 62-68.
NJ08 Mershon, G.L. "The Kingston, New Jersey Library of 1812," Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society 65 (1947): 100-03.
NJ09 New Jersey. Public Library Commission. Hand-Book of the Public Library Commission of New Jersey: Libraries and Library Laws of the State, November 1, 1901. Trenton, N.J., 1901.
NJ10 New Jersey Library Association. Committee on Library Planning. "Historical Background," in Directory and Handbook of Public Libraries in New Jersey, p.3-8. (The directory is vol.14, no.3 Dec., 1946 of the New Jersey Library Bulletin.)
NJ11 Sabine, Julia Elizabeth. "Antecedents of the Newark Public Library" (unpubl. Dissertation;  University of Chicago, 1946)
NM01 Adams, Eleanor B. "Two Colonial New Mexico Libraries, 1704, 1776," New Mexico Historical Review 19 Apr. 1944): 135-67.
NM02 Kessell, John L. The Missions of New Mexico since 1776. Albuquerque, 1980.
NM03 Poldervaart, Arie. "The New Mexico Law Library - A History," Law Library Journal 38 (Nov. 1945)167-75.
NM04 Rock, Rosalind A. "A History of Libraries in New Mexico - Spanish Origins to Statehood," Journal of Library History 14 (Summer 1979): 253-73.
NY01 American Annuals of Education 3rd ser. 3 (Dec. 1833): 596-97 (about Phoenix Socy. of Colored People, New York City).
NY02 Armstrong, C.J. "Mark Twain's Early Writings Discovered," Missouri Historical Review 24 (July 1930): 485-501.
NY03 Bogart, Ruth E. "College Library Development in New York State during the Nineteenth Century," (unpubl. Thesis, Columbia Univ., 1948).
NY04 Check List of Works Relating to Libraries of New York City in the New York Public Library, Bulletin of the New York Public Library 5 (1901): 227-32.
NY05 Cole, George Watson. "Early Library Development in New York State (1800-1900)," Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 30 (Nov.-Dec., 1926): 849-57, 917-25.
NY06 Draper, Wesley. "Medical Libraries of New York State," New York State Journal of Medicine 57 (Feb.1957): 584-94.
NY07 Ernst, Robert. Immigrant Life in New York City, 1825-1863. N.Y., 1949.
NY08 Hayner, Rutherford. Troy and Rensselaer County, New York, a History. Vol.1. N.Y., 1925.
NY09 Keep, Austin Baxter, History of the New York Society Library with an Introductory Chapter on Libraries in Colonial New York, 1698-1776. N.Y., 1908.
NY10 Kimball, Francis P. Capitol Region of New York State. N.Y., 1942.
NY11 Klein, Philip. "Prison Methods in New York State," Studies in History, Economics and Public Law  90 (1920): 5-420.
NY12 McKay, G.L. Register of Artists, Engravers, Booksellers, Bookbinders, Printers and Publishers in New York City, 1636-1820. N.Y., 1942.
NY13 McKelvey, Blake, ed. The History of Rochester Libraries, comp. under the supervision of Dexter Perkins. Rochester Historical Society Publication Fund Series, vol.16, part 1. Rochester, N.Y., 1937.
NY14 New York State Historical Association. History of the State of New York, ed. By A. C. Flick. New York, 1933-37. vols. 4, 6, 9.
NY15 Tolman, F.L. Libraries and Lyceums. N.Y., 1937. (reprinted from History of the State of New York, ed. By A.C. Flick, b. 9.)
NY16 Winkelman, John H. "The Wadsworth Library (1869-1955)..." Journal of Library and Information Science 5 (1979): 189-220.
OH01 Barringer, Sallie H. and Bradford W. Scharlott. "The Cincinnati Mercantile Library as a Business - Communications Center, 1835-1846," Libraries and Culture 26 (Spring 1991): 388-401.
OH02 Battles, Frances Mildred. "An Account of the Development of the Public Library Movement in Ohio, with Special Reference to Some Outstanding Libraries"  (unpubi. Thesis, Univ. of Ilinois, 1929).
OH03 Baughman, Nancy C. "History of the Otterbein Colege Library." Master's thesis, Western Reserve Univ., 1955.  ACRL Microcard Series No.58.
OH04 Beauregard, Erving E. "Franklin College: The First Quarter Century of an Eminent College," Old Northwest, vol.5, no.1. (1979): 45-56.
OH05 Blum, Carol J. "The Cincinnati Women's Christian Association ... 1868-1880," Queen City Heritage 41 (Winter 1983): 56-64.
OH06 Chillicothe Gazette Feb.27, 1957 (about the Chillicothe Young Men's Gymnasium and Library Association).
OH07 Faries, Elizabeth. "History of Libraries in Ohio," OLA Bulletin 31 (Apr.1961): 3-6.
OH08 Galbreath, C.B. Sketches of Ohio Libraries. Columbus, Ohio, 1902.
OH09 Graham, Mary W. "The Lyceum in Ohio from 1840-1860," (unpubl. Dissertation, Ohio State Univ., 1950).
OH10 Grazier, V.0. "Ohio's Library Heritage: The Hudson Story," Ohio Library Bulletin 34 (Apr.1964): 9-13.
OH11 Greve, C.T. Centennial History of Cincinnati. Chicago, 1904. vol.1, p. 720 (An association was formed in 1848 but was not called a YMCA until 1863. It had a library.)
OH12 Isetts, ChaAes A. "Medical Libraries in Cincinnati," Cincinnati Historical Society Bulletin 38 (Spring 1980): 51-71.
OH13 Ladd, Jay. "Cornerstones and Landmarks in Ohio Library History," Ohio Library Association Bulletin 46 (Oct. 1976): 19-32.
OH14 Lane, xxx.  Fifty Years and Over of Akron and Summit County. Akron, Ohio, 1892, p.1045 (about the Talimadge Township Library, which was a social library).
OH15 Martin, Dorothy V. "A History of the Library Movement in Ohio to 1850, with a Special Study of Cincinnati's Library Development" (unpubl. Thesis, Ohio State Univ., 1935).
OH16 Miller, Edward Alanson.  The History of Educational Legislation in Ohio from 1803 to 1850.  Chicago, 1920.
OH17 Miller, Ernest I. "Libraries in Cincinnati," Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio Bulletin 16 (July 1958): 240-44.
OH18 Moss, F.G.B. "Evolution of the Sandusky Free Library," Firelands Pioneer 13 (Dec. 1900): 658-67.
OH19 Nicholson, J.B. Coonskin Library: A Legend of Books in the Wilderness. (Kent State University. Library Science Department. Aspects of Librarianship, no.91    1955.
OH20 Ohio. Laws, statues. The laws relating to libraries, as listed in Miller's History of Educational Legislation in Ohio above through the year 1850.  I have not examined the session laws themselves.
OH21 Sager, D.J. Binders, Books, and Budgets: A Short History of the Elyria Public Library, 1870-1970. Elyria, Ohio, Elyria Public Library, 1970.
OH22 Sutton, Walter. The Western Book Trade. Columbus, Ohio, 1961.
OR01 Hintz, Carl W.E. "Home for a Half-Million Books," Old Oregon. 38 (August-September 1957): 2-5.
OR02 Manning, James W. "Books in Early Oregon, 1821-1883," (unpubi. Thesis, Univ. of Oregon, 1940).
PA01 Abrahams, Harold J. Extinct Medical Schools of 19th Century Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1966.
PA02 Agricultural Library, American Agriculturalist 19 (July, 1860): 219 (about the Montgomery County Agricultural Society Library at Norristown).
PA03 Allentown Free Library. Annual Report. 1914.
PA04 Anderson, Edward P. "The Intellectual Life of Pittsburgh, 1786-1836," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine. 14 (1931): 9-27, 92-114, 225-36, 288-309. (Also exists as a separate book).
PA05 Ashmead, Henry Graham. History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1884
PA06 Baldwin, Leland Dewitt. Pittsburgh, the Story of a City. Pittsburgh, 1937.
PA07 Barnsley, Edward R. Newton Library under Two Kings. Newton, Pa., 1938. (Originally appeared in Newton Enterprise, October27 and November 3, 10, and 17, 1938).
PA08 Bethlehem Globe Times Mar.22, 1927 and July 9, 1963 (about the Bethlehem Library Company).
PA09 Bibliographical Planning Committee of Philadelphia. Philadelphia Libraries and their Holdings. Philadelphia, 1941.
PA10 Blanshard, in a reprint from Delaware Valley Advance, Aug.18, 1955 (about a "public library" in Attleborough, now Langhorne).
PA11 Brackenridge, Henry Marie.  Recollections of Persons and Places in the West.   Philadelphia, 1834.
PA12 Bridenbaugh, Carl. "The Press and the Book in Eighteenth Century Philadelphia," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. 65 (January, 1941): 1-30. (Similar to or the same as material in his book Rebels and Gentlemen).
PA13 Bridenbaugh, Carl and Jessica Bridenbaugh. Rebels and Gentlemen: Philadelphia in the Age of Franklin. N.Y., 1942.
PA14 Brown, Harry Glenn. "A Directory of the Book Arts and Book Trade in Philadelphia to 1820," Bulletin of the New York Public Library 53 (May, 1949), 211-26.
PA15 Browning, Charles H. Welsh Settlement of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1912.
PA16 Burrows, Thomas Henry. State-Book of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1846.
PA17 Carmel, Sister Joseph. "Early Parish Libraries in Conewago Valley," Catholic Library World 20 (March, 1949): 171-74.
PA18 Carpenter's Company of the City and County of Philadelphia. Carpenters Hall (Chestnut Street, bet. 3rd and 4th.) and its Historic Memories. Philadelphia, 1876.
PA19 Carpenter's Company of the City and County of Philadelphia. Reminiscences of Carpenters' Hall in ... Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1858.
PA20 Carson, Hampton I. A History of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1940.2 vols.
PA21 Clapp, Verner W. and Edythe W. First. "A.L.A. Member No.13; a First Glance at John Edmans," Library Quarterly. 26 (Jan.1956): 1-22.
PA22 Creigh, Alfred. History of Washington County from its First Settlement to the Present Time, First under Virginia as Yohoganua, Ohio or Augusta County until 1781, and Subsequently under Pennsylvania. Washington, Pa., 1870.
PA23 Crumrine, Boyd, ed. History of Washington County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1882.
PA24 Day, Sherman. Historic Collections of the State of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1843.
PA25 Dilworth, Katherine. "The Branches of the Free Public Library of Philadelphia" (ms research report, Drexel Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Library Science, 1961)
PA26 Du Ponceau, Peter S. "Mr. Du Ponceau's Discourse on Foreign Literature and Science ... Delivered before the Members of the Penn Library of Foreign Literature and Science, on Sat., Feb.15, 1834," Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania. 14 (August 9, 1834): 81-8
PA27 Earnest, Ernest. The Volunteer Fire Company: Past and Present. N.Y. 1979.
PA28 Ellis, Franklin and  Samuel Evans. History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1883.
PA29 "Die Ersten Jahre der Philadelphia Turngemeinde,"  Mitteilungen des Deutschen Pionier-Veriens von Philadelphia,  24 (1912): 29-36.
PA30 Ferguson, Russell J. "A Cultural Oasis in Western Pennsylvania," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine. 19 (1936): 269-80 (about a social library at Meadville; same as "Sugar Creek Library," also known as French Creek or Union Library?)
PA31 Forrest, Earle R. History of Washington County, Pennsylvania. Chicago, 1926.3 vol s.
PA32 Futhey, J. Smith and Gilbert A. Cope. A History of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1881.
PA33 Gardner, Donald Russell. "The Society for the Advancement of Christianity in Pennsylvania," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 23 (Dec. 1954): 321-372 (?)
PA34 Gillingham, Harrold E. "Old Business Cards of Philadelphia," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 53 (no.3, 1929): 203-29.
PA35 Gladeck, Alberta 0. "The Library of the Franklin Institute" (unpubi. Thesis, Drexel Institute of Technology, 1933).
PA36 Glenn, Thomas Allen. Merion in the Welsh Tract. Norristown, PA., 1896.
PA37 Goodfellow, Donald M. "Century of a Pittsburgh Library," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine. 31 (Mar.-June 1948): 21-25.
PA38 Gordon, Thomas Francis. A Gazetteer of the State of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1833.
PA39 Gray, Violet Gordon. "The Friends Free Library, 1848-1948: Some Notes in Retrospect," The Friend. 122 (July 1, 1948): 6-9.
PA40 Hahn, Edward H. "Science in Pittsburgh, 1813-1848," West Virginia Historical Magazine 55 (Jan.1972): 65-75.
PA41 Hallenbeck, Chester T., ed. "A Colonial Reading List from the Union Library Company of Hatboro, Pennsylvania," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 56 (1932): 289-340.
PA42 Harris' Pittsburgh Business Directory for 1837. Pittsburgh, 1837.
PA43 Haskins, Charles H. and William L. Hull. A History of Higher Education in Pennsylvania. (U.S. Bureau of Education. Circular of Information no.4, 1902) Washington, D.C. 1902.
PA45 Hazard, W.P. Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1879.
PA46 Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1828-1835. 16vols.
PA47 Healey, Daniel H. Harrisburg, (Pa.) Public Library, a Short History. (folder issued by Harrisburg Public Library Association, 1961 or 1962).
PA48 Heinrich, Margaret Mary. "Catholic Libraries in Philadelphia, 1844-1951," American Catholic Historical Society Record 62 (September 1951): 191-94.
PA49 Huch, C.F. "Die Deutsche Gesellachaft von Pennsylvania," Mitteilungen des Deutschen Pionier-Vereins von Philadelphia 18 (1910): 28-34.
PA50 Huch, C.F. "Die Hermann Literatur-Geseilschaft," Mitteilungen des Deutscben PionierVereins von Philadelphia 25 (1912): 24-33.
PA51 Huch, C.F. "Die Mosheimische Geseilschaft," Mitteilungen des Deutschen Pionier-Vereins von Philadelphia 12 (1909): 11-18.
PA52 Hunt, Marie Good. Radnor Township Libraries, a History. 1965.
PA53 Jenkins, Howard M. "Genealogical Sketch of General W. S. Hancock," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 10 (1886): 100-106.
PA54 Jenkins Town Lyceum, Jenkintown, PA. The Jenkins Town Lyceum, 1838-1938, Jenkintown, P4., 1938.
PA55 Jenks, George A. "The Newtown Library," (exact title?) Publications of the Bucks County Historical Society 3 (1904?): ca. 316-31.
PA56 Kennedy, Arthur M. "The Athenaeum: Some Account of its History from 1814 to 1850," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for PEomoting Useful Knowledge. New series 43 (1953): 260-65.
PA57 Kieffer, Elizabeth C. "Libraries in Lancaster," Lancaster County Historical Society Papers 48 (1944): 71-80.
PA58 Klein, Harry Martin John. Century of Education in Mercersburg, 1836-1936.  Lancaster, PA., 1936.
PA59 Knauss, James Owen, Jr.   Social Conditions among the Pennsylvania Germans in the Eighteenth Century as Revealed in the German Newspapers Published in America. Lancaster, PA., 1922.
PA60 Lamberton, E.V. "Colonial Libraries of Pennsylvania," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 42 (July, 1918): 193-234.
PA61 Landis, Charles I. "The Juliana Library Company in Lancaster," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 43 (Jan.-July, 1919): 24-52
PA62 Landis, Charles I. "The Juliana Library Company in Lancaster," Lancaster County Historical Society PapAers and Addresses 33, nos. 10-11(1929): 193-220, 221-45.
PA63 Lewis, Frank Grant. A Sketch of the History of Baptist Education in Pennsylvania. Chester, Pa., 1919.
PA64 Lewis, John Frederick. History of the Apprentices' Library of Philadelphia, 1820-1920: The Oldest Circulating Library in America.  Philadelphia, 1924.
PA65 MacFarlane, John J. History of Early Chestnut Hill Philadelphia, 1927.
PA66 McMullen, Haynes. "The Founding of Social Libraries in Pennsylvania, 1731-1876," Pennsylvania History 32 (Apr.1965): 130-52.
PA67 Mease, James. The Picture of Philadelphia. Philadelphia,  1811
PA68 Montgomery, Thomas I. "A Survey of Pennsylvania Libraries," Pennsylvania Library Notes 6 (Oct., 1913): 45-59.
PA69 Myers, J.C. Sketches of a Tour Through the Northern and Eastern States, the Canadas and Nova Scotia. Harrisonburg, VA., 1849.
PA70 Nolan, J. Bennett, ed. Southeastern Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1943.3 vols.
PA71 The Norristown Library. 1912 (a folder)
PA72 Notes and Queries, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 24 (1894): 526 (On Chalk's Circulating Library, Philadelphia).
PA73 Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxton. Philadelphia: A History of the City and Its People: A Record of 225 Years. Philadelphia, 1912.2 vols.
PA74 Oliphant, J. Orrin. Founding of the Library of Bucknell University. Lewisburg, Pa., 1961.
PA75 P DIR 42 I cannot definitely identify this stamp, which is used on many cards for Pennsylvania libraries. It may be the directory issued by the Special Libraries Council, listed below.
PA76 Palmer-Poroner, Bruno J. "The Establishment of Libraries in Reading," Historical Review of Berks County 6 (July 1941): 99-106.
PA77 Palmer-Poroner, Bruno J. "The Library Movement in Reading, 1820-1860," Historical Review of Berks County 7 (Apr.1942): 70-74.
PA78 Pennsylvania. Historical and Museum Commission. Guide to the Historical Markers of Pennsylvania. 2d ed. Harrisburg, Pa.,  1952.
PA79 Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes. (The statutes themselves, from 1682 through 1875. Some early ones were taken from compilations, but most were taken from session laws).
PA80 Philadelphia. City Institute. The One hundredth anniversary of the Philadelphia City Institute, a branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Philadelphia : [The Institute, 1952].
PA81 Philadelphia. Free Library. Thirteenth Annual Report, 1908. Philadelphia, 1909?
PA82 Philadelphia. Free Library. Report, 1941-44. Philadelphia, 1950.
PA83 Potter, E.S. "Notes on a Couple of Very Early Church Labels of Penna.," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 45 (no.3, 1921): 294-96.
PA84 Reilly, Pamela G. "Some Nineteenth Century Predecessors of the Free Library of Philadelphia" (unpubl. Thesis, Drexel Institute of Technology, 1951).
PA85   Riddle, James M., The Pittsburgh Directory for 1815. (Reprinted) Pittsburgh, 1940.
PA86 Ridpath, Florence M. "History of the Abington Library, Jenkintown, Pa., Pennsylvania Library Notes 6 (Oct.1913): 59-63.
PA87 Roberts, Charles R. History of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Vol. 1. Allentown, Pa., 1914.
PA88 Robinson, Ruth W, "Four Community Subscription Libraries in Colonial Pennsylvania" (unpubl. Ph.D. dissertation Univ. Of Pennsylvania, 1952).
PA89 Ross, Ruth Robinson. Union Library Company of Hatboro: An Account of the First Two Hundred Years Done out of Original Records. Hatboro, Pa., 1955.
PA90 Royall, Anne Newport. Mrs. Royall's Pennsylvania, or, Travels Continued in the United States. Washington, D.C., 1829.2 vols.
PA91 Rupp, Israel Daniel. History of Northampton, Lehigh, Monroe, Carbon, and Schuykill Counties. Harrisburg, PA., 1845.
PA92 Savage, Henry L. "The Shakespeare Society of Philadelphia," Shakespeare Quarterly, 3 (Oct. 3 1953): 341-52.
PA93 Scharf, J. And Thompson Westcott. History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884. Philadelphia, 1884.3 vols.
PA94 Scott's Gazetteer of Pennsylvania, 1795. (cannot identify; quoted by Hallenbeck in article listed above).
PA95 Serrill, Kate W. "A Sketch of the Darby Library Company," Pennsylvania Library Notes 6 (Oct.1913): 63-65.
PA96 Shellem, John J. "The Archbishop Ryan Memorial Library of Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Overbrook, Pennsylvania," Records of the American Catholic Historical Society 75 (Mar.1964): 53-55.
PA97 Smith, D.J. in Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 40 Winter,1957): 251-76 (about Sugar Creek Lib., Meadville, also known as French Creek or Union Library.)
PA98 Smith, Robert W. History of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. Chicago, 1883.
PA99 Special Libraries Council of Philadelphia and Vicinity. Directory of Libraries and Information Sources. Philadelphia, 1942.
PB01 The Stranger's Guide to the City of Philadelphia ... Philadelphia, 1862.
PB02 Strayer. Guide to Philadelphia. 1862. (Cannot identify; probably should be The Stranger's Guide ..
PB03 Sturgis. Guide to Philadelphia 1862. (cannot identify; probably should be The Stranger's Guide ..
PB04 Theodore F. Jenkins Memorial Library, Philadelphia. Information Sheet (formerly Law Association of Philadelphia).
PB05 Thomson, Elihu. "One Hundred Years of the Franklin Institute," Science, new series 60 (1924): 343-51.
PB06 Thurston, George Henry. Pittsburgh as It Is; or, Facts and Figures, Exhibiting the Past and Present of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, 1857. (about libraries in Pittsburgh and Allegheny).
PB07 Tuck, Rhoda Shearer. "Evolution of the Chester County Library; a History," (unpubl. thesis, Drexel Institute of Technology, 1954) (about a social library at Unionville and others).
PB08 Voice of the People (newspaper) Oct. 4, 183, p.3 photocopy of article about the Warren
PB09 Ward, Townsend. "The Germantown Road and its Associations; Part Sixth," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 6 (1882): 129-55.
PB10 Ward, , Townsend. "The Germantown Road and its Associations; Part Eighth," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 6 (1882): 377-401.
PB11 Warfel, Harry R. "The Phoenix Library," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 11 (April 1928): 69-75.
PB12 Westcott, Thompson. Official Guide Book to Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1876.
PB13 Worner, William Frederic. "Juvenile Society of Lancaster," Papers Read before the Lancaster County Historical Society 34 (1930): 246-49.
PB14 Wright, J.E. and Doris S. Corbett. Pioneer Life in Western Pennsylvania. Pittsburg, 1940.
PM5 Dilworth, Katherine. "The Branches of the Free Library of Philadelphia" (ms. research report, Drexel Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Library Science, 19xx)
PM9 Die Ersten Jahre der Philadelphia Turngemeinde, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Pionier Vereins in Philadelphia, 24 (1912): 29-36.
RI01 Brown, H.G. A Directory of Printing, Publishing, Bookselling ad Allied Trades in Rhode Island to 1865. N.Y., 1958.
RI02 Rhode Island Institute of Instruction for 1849. Journal, "Public Libraries of Rhode Island," vol. 3, p.425-28.
SC01 Huger, Mary E. The Recollection of a Happy Childhood. Pendleton, S.C., 1976. (".66-70 about the Pendleton Library Society).
SC02 Hux, Roger K. "The Salem Presbyterian Church Library," South Carolina Librarian 21 (Fall, 1977): 18-20.
SC03 Pennington, E.L. "The Beginnings of the Library in Charles Town, South Carolina," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 44 (Apr.1934): 159-87.
SC04 Spain, Frances Lander. "Libraries of South Carolina: Their Origins and Early History, 1700-1830," (unpubl. dissertation, Univ. of Chicago, 1944).
SC05 Taylor, Robert Ante-Bellum South Carolina. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1942.
SC06 Welborn, Elizabeth Charles. "The Development of Libraries in South Carolina, 1830-1860," (unpubi. thesis, George Peabody College for Teachers, 1956).
SD01 Crouch, Mary Lois. "The Library Movement in South Dakota with Special Reference to Some Outstanding Libraries," (unpubl. thesis, Univ. of Illinois, 1930).
TN01 Davenport, E.G. Cultural Life in Nashville on the Eve of the Civil War. Chapel Hill, NC., 1941.
TN02 Flener, Jane Gardner. "A History of Libraries in Tennessee before the Civil War," (unpubi. dissertation, Indian Univ., 1963).
TN03 Kaser, David. A Directory of the Book and Printing Industries in Antebellum Nashville.
TN04 Moore, Mrs. John Trotwood. "The First Century of Library History in Tennessee," East Tennessee Historical Society Publications no.16. Knoxville, Tenn., 1944.
TN05 Tennessee. Laws, statues. (The statutes themselves, as mentioned in Flener's dissertation. I have not seen the laws themselves).
TX01 Albrecht, Thedore. "The Music Libraries of the German Singing Societies in Texas, 1850-1855,*   Music Library Association Notes 31 (March, 1975): 517-29.
TX02 Freeman, William G. "W.G. Freeman's Report on the Eighth Military District [1853]," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 52 (Oct.1948): 231 and 53 (Apr., 1950):
TX03 Geiser, S.W. "Note on the Use of Probate-Inventories as a Source of Social History," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 48 (Jan.1945): 401-02.
TX04 Haley, J. Evetts Fort Concho and the Texas Frontier. San Angelo, Texas, 1952.
TX05 Hatch, O.W. Lyceum to Library; a Chapter in the Cultural History of Houston, Texas. Houston, Tex., Texas Gulf Coast Historical Association, 1965.
TX06 Muir, Andrew Forest. "The Intellectual Climate of Houston during the Period of the Republic," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 62 (Jan.1959): 312-21.
TX07 Osburn, John D. "McKenzie College," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 63 (Apr. 1960): 533-53.
TX08 Texas Centennial, Library Journal, 61 (Mar. 1, 1936): 175.
TX09 Texas Library Association. Handbook of Texas Libraries, Number Four. Published in Observance of the Texas Centennial, 1836-1936. Houston, Texas, 1935.
TX10 West, Elizabeth H. "Libraries Look Forward in Texas," News Notes: Bulletin of the Texas Library Association. 17 pt. 2 (July 1941): 7-11.
TX11 Wright, Carl C. "Reading Interests in Texas from the 1830's to the Civil War," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 54 (Jan.1951): 301-15.
US01 Albritton, Rosie L. "The Founding & Prevalence of African-American Social Libraries & Historical Societies, 1828-1918," p.23-46 in Untold Stories: Civil Rights. Libraries, and Black Librarianshin, ed. John Mark Tucker. Champaign, III., 1998.
US02 American Almanac and Repository of Useflil Knowledge, for the Year 1834. Boston, 1833 (also for the year 1837)
US03 American Library Directory. (issues in the 1980s and 1990s sometimes give dates of founding)
US04 Blair, Mirpah."Some Early Libraries of Oregon," Washington Historical Quarterly 17 (Oct. 1926):259-270. (about libraries in Oregon and Washington)
US05 Bode, Carl. The American Lyceum. New York, 1956.
US06 Boston Public Library. Seventeenth Annual Report of the Trustees. 1869. City Document no.114, 1869.
US07 Boyd, William D., Jr. "Books for Young Businessmen: Mercantile Libraries in the United States, 1820-1865." (unpubl. Ph.D. dissertation(, Indiana Univ., 1975).
US08 Brock, Christine. "Law Libraries and Librarians: A Revisionist History," Law Library Journal 67 (August 1974): 325-61.
US09 Buckingham, James Silk. The Eastern and Western States of America. London, 1842.
US10 Buley, Roscoe Carlyle. The Old Northwest Pioneer Period. 1815-1 84Q. Indianapolis, 1950.2 vols.
US11 Chadwick, James B. "Medical Libraries, their Development and Use," Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 34 (1896): 101-04, reprinted in Contributions to American Library History, ed. Thelma Eaton, Urbana, Ill., 1961.
US12 Charless' Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio Almanac for 1806. Lexington, Ky., 1805.
US13 The Clrristian Almanac for 1830,.. Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. Cincinnati. (1830?)
US14 Crook, Miriam Russell. "Collections of Books and the Beginnings of Libraries in Oregon Territory from the Great Migration to the End of the Frontier Period," (unpubi. thesis, Univ. of Washington, 1960).
US15 Cutter, C.A. "List of Printed Catalogues of Public Libraries in the United States"  U.S. Bureau of Education. Public Libraries in the United States of  America...Special Report. Part 1, p.577-622. Washington, D.C., 1876.
US16 Donley, Virginia. "A Chronology of Medical Libraries in the United States..." (unpubi. thesis, Western Reserve University, 1957).
US17 Dunkel, Lisa M. "Moral and Humane: Patients' Libraries in Early Nineteenth Century American Mental Hospitals," Bulletin of the Medial Librarv Association 71 (July
US18 Dunlap, Leslie W. American Historical Societies, 1790-1860. Madison, Wis., 1944.
US19 Eaton, Thelma, ed. Contributions to American Library History. Champaign, Ill., 1964.
US20 Edwards, Edward. "Public Libraries in the United States" in Trubner's Bibliographical Guide to American Literature... ed. Nicholas Triibner. London, 1859.
US21 Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, s.v. "Seminary Libraries."
US22 Evans, Charles. American Bibliography: A Chronological Dictionary of All Books, Pamphlets, and Periodical Publications up to and including the year 1800. Chicago, xxxx
US23 GaIt, John. Treatment of Insanity. 1846.
US24 Gilmore, W.J.   Reading Becomes a Necessity of Life: Material and Cultural Life in Rural New England 1780-183 x   Univ. of Tennessee Press, 1989.
US25 Greathouse, Charles H. "Development of Agricultural Libraries" p.491-512 in Yearbook of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1899. Washington, D.C. 1900.
US26 Harding, Thomas Spencer. "College Literary Societies: their Contributions to Higher Education in the United States, 1815-1876" (unpubl. Thesis, Univ. of Chicago, 1957).
US27 Holley, Edward G. The Land-Grant Movement and the Development of Acadetnic Libraries: Some Tentative Explorations. College Station, Texas, 1977.
US28 Houlette, William Dale. "Plantation and Parish Libraries in the Old South," (unpubl. Dissertation, Univ. of Iowa, 1934?)
US29 Huntington, Albert T. "The Medical Library Movement in the United States," Medical Library and Historical Journal 2 (1904): 119-27.
US30 Jewett, Charles C. Appendix to the Report of the Board of Regents the Smithsonian Institution, Containing a Report on the Public Libraries in the United States of America, January 1, 1850.  Washington: Printed for the Senate, 1850.
US31 Kaser, David. A Book for a Sixpence: The Circulating Library in America. Pittsburgh, Pa.,
US32 Kaser, David. Books and Libraries in Camp and Battle: The Civil War Experience. Westport, Conn., 1984.
US33 Kaser, David. "Coffee House to Stock Exchange: A Natural History of the Reading Room, p.238-54 in Milestones to the Present: Papers from the Library History Seminar: V, ed. By Harold Goldstein. Syracuse, N.Y., 1978.
US34 Kilgore, F.G. The Library of the Medical Institute of Yale College and its Catalogue of 1865. New Haven, Conn. 1960.
US35 Kraus, Joe  W. "The Book Collections of Early American College Libraries," Library Quarterly 43 (Apr.1973): 142-59.
US36 Laugher, C.T. Thomas Bray's Grand Design. Chicago, Ill., 1973.
US37 Letters from Librarians. (Letters written in answer to my inquiries, mainly about libraries existing before 1850, in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois; before 1861 in Kentucky; and before 1867 in Pennsylvania.)
US38 Marshall, Madelene. "A History of Dental Libraries in the United States; with Sketches of Important Dental Libraries in Canada and Foreign Countries," Medical Library Association Bulletin, 26 (1937): 86-99.
US39 Martens, Alice. "A Study of the History and Development of the Protestant Theological Seminary Library Movement in the United States." (unpubl. thesis, New Haven State College, 1958).
US40 McCauley, Elfrieda B. "New England Mill Girls: Feminine Influence in the Development of Libraries in New England, 1820-1860." (unpubl. ihissertation, Columbia Univ., 1971).
US41 McMullen, Haynes. "The Founding of Social and Public Libraries in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois through 1850," University of Illinois Library School Occasional Papers no.51 (Mar.1958)
US42 McMullen, Haynes. "Prevalence of Libraries in the Northeastern States before 1876" Journal of Library History 22 (summer 1987): 312-37.
US43 Miller, James McDonald. Genesis of Western Culture: the Upper Ohio Valley, 1800-1825. Columbus, Ohio, 1938.
US44 Moore, John F. The Story of the Railroad "Y". N.Y., 1930.
US45 Moore, Mary Virginia. "Circulating Libraries in the Southeastern United States, 1762-1842: A Selected Study," (unpubl. Thesis, Univ. of North Carolina, 1958).
US46 National Almanac and Annual for the Year 1864. (several places and publishers), 1864.
US47 Older, Priscilla. "Patient Libraries in Hospitals for the Insane in the United States, 1810-1861," Libraries and Culture 26 (summer 1991): 526-17.
US48 Pacific Northwest Library Association. Pacific Northwest Libraries: History of their Early Development in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. (The Association's 17th Annual Conference.) Univ. of Washington Press, 1926.
US49 Papers in Honor of Andrew Keogh, Librarian of Yale University, by the Staff of the University, June 1938. New Haven, Conn., 1938.
US50 Porter, Dorothy B. "The Organized Activities of Negro Literary Societies, 1828-1846," Journal of Negro Education 5 (Oct.1936): 555-579.
US51 Putnam, George Palmer. American Facts. London and N.Y., 1845.
US52 Quarterly Reporter of the Y.M.C.A. Vol. 3, no. 1 through Vol.5, no.10 January 1859 through April 1860. (Title becomes Young Men's Christian Journal in January 1859).
US53 Rhees, William J. Manual of Public Libraries. Institutions and Societies. Philadelphia, 1859.
US54 Robinson, Ruth W. "Four Community Subscription Libraries in Colonial Pennsylvania" (unpubl. Dissertation, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1955).
US55 Rusk, Ralph Leslie. Literature of the Middle Western Frontier. N.Y., 1925.2 vols.
US56 Sabin, Joseph. Dictionary of Books Relating to America from Its Discovery to the Present Time. N.Y., 1928-36.
US57 Searcy, Herbert L. "Parochical Libraries in the American Colonies," (unpubl. Thesis, Univ. of Illinois, 1963).
US58 Seeley, L.C. Manual of College Library Societies. Kalamazoo, Mich., 1871.
US59 Serapeum. 7 (1846): 1 13-123, 129-72. Descriptions of individual American libraries by Hermann Ernst Ludewig).
US60 Shaw, Ralph R. and Richard H. Shoemaker. American Bibliography: A Checklist for 1800-19. N.Y. 1958-63.
US61 Shera, Jesse. (Manuscript cards, covering New England social libraries through 1855, used in the writing of his book, Foundations of the Public Library. He lent the cards to me.)
US62 Shoemaker, Richard H. A Checklist of American Imprints for 1820-29. N.Y., 1964-71.
US63 Shores, Louis. Origins of the American College Library, 1638-1800. N.Y., 1934.
US64 Singerman, Robert. American Library Book Catalogues, 1801 - 1875: A National Bibliography. Occasional Papers, no.203/04. Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 111.1996.
US65 Skallerup, Henry R. Books Afloat and Ashore: A History of Books, Libraries, and Reading Among Seaman During the Age of Sail. Hamden, Conn. 1974.
US66 Stewart, Millecent. "A Touch of Civilization: Culture and Education in the Frontier Army," Nebraska History 65 (1984): 257-82.
US67 Tewksbury, Donald G. The Founding of American Colleges ad Universities before the Civil War (Teachers College, Columbia University, Contributions to Education no.543) N.Y., 1932.
US68 Thompson, Charles Seymour. Evolution of the American Public Library, 1653-1876.  Washington, D.C., 1952.
US69 Thurber, Evangeline. "American College Libraries, 1862-1900,"  College and Research Libraries 6 (Sept.1945): 346-52.
US70 Titley, Joan. "Printed Catalogs of American Medical Libraries," (ms.; was to be published, but I haven't found the published article).
US71 U.S. Bureau of Education. Annual Report.. .for the Year 1870. Washington, D.C., 1870.
US72 U.S. Bureau of Education. Public Libraries in the United States of America.. .Specia Report. Part I. Washington, D.C., 1876. (Reprinted ca. 1976 as University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science, Monograph Series, no.4.)
US73 U.S. Bureau of Education. Report... for the Year 1884-85 Washington, D.C., 1886.
US74 U.S. Bureau of the Census. Manuscript reports on "social statistics" intended for use in the printed censuses of 1850,1860, and 1870. Reports from these states were used: Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Was
US75 U. S. Commissioner of Agriculture. "Agricultural and Horticultural Societies and Clubs," Report for the Year 1867. Washington, D.C., 1869. (also for 1872, 1873, and 1875, Washington, D.C., 1874-76?)
US76 U.S. Library of Congress. A Catalogue of Books Represented by Library of Congress Printed Cards, Issued to July 31, 1942. Ann Arbor, Mich., 1942-46.
US77 U.S. Patent Office. Report for the Year 1858; Agriculture. Washington, D.C., 1859. (U.S. Senate executive documents, 35th Cong., 2d Sess. and Special Sess., 1859. Vol. 14).
US78 U.S. Secretary of the Interior. Report. Washington, D.C., 1860. (U.S. Senate executive documents, 36th Cong. 1st Sess., 1859-60. doc. no.2).
US79 U.S. Superintendent of the Census. Seventh Census of the United States: 185Q. Washington, D.C., 1853.
US80 U.S. Superintendent of the Census. Statistical View of the United States, Being a Compendium of the Seventh Census, by J.D.B. DeBow, Washington, D.C.,1854.
US81 U.S. Superintendent of the Census. Statistics of the United States in 1860, Eighth Census. Washington, D.C., 1866.
US82 U.S. Superintendent of the Census. Ninth Census, Vol.1, The Statistics of the Population of the United States (June 1, 1870. Washington, D.C., 1872.
US83 War Dept. Surgeon General's Office. A Report on Barracks and Hospitals, with Descriptions of Military Posts. Circular no.4, Dec. 5, 1870. Washington, D.C.,
US84 U.S. War Dept. Surgeon General's Office. A Report on the Hygiene of the United States, with Descriptions of Military Posts. Circular no.8, May 1, 1875. Washington, D.C., 1875.
US85 Venable, W.H. Beginnings of Literary Culture in the Ohio Valley: Cincinnati, 1891.
US86 Wiegand, Wayne A. "The Historical Development of State Library Agencies," p.1 - 16 in State Library Services and Issues: Facing Future Challenges, ed. Charles R. McClure. Norwood, N.J. 1986.
US87 Wilcox, Helen M. "School District Public Libraries-A Step in Popular Education in the Nineteenth Century with Emphasis on the Period from 1820-1850." (Master's study, Drexel Institute of Technology, 1953).
US88 Winans, Robert B. A Descriptive Checklist of Book Catalogues Separately Printed in America, 169-1   .  orcester,  ass.,
US89 Wright, Louis Booker. Culture on the Moving Frontier. Bloomington, Ind., 1955.
US90 Young Men's Christian Journal .  Quarterly Reporter of the Y.M.C.A.
UT01 Hepworth, Bobbee M. "Heritage," in Utah Libraries: Heritage and Horizons. [Salt Lake City] Utah Library Association, 1976.
UT02 Kirkpatrick, L.H. "Gathering Books for the Saints; a History of Libraries in Territorial Utah," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 42 (Jan.1954): 1-2.
UT03 Moffitt, John C. Story of Provo, Utah. Provo, 1975.
UT04 Sprague, Joanna. "Utah Libraries," Library Journal 60 (June 15, 1935): 512.
UT05 Utah. Acts, Resolutions, and Memorials Passed 1850-1861... Salt Lake City, Utah, 1866.
UT06 Utah. Acts, Resolutions, and Memorials ... 1851 to 1870. (several volumes together, with an index) Salt Lake City,
Utah, 1870.
UT07 Young, Levi Edgar, "Pioneer Libraries of Utah," Library Journal 60 (June 15, 1935):
VA01 Bruce, Philip A. History of the University of Virginia N.Y. 1920.  5 vols.
VA02 Fort Wool (in Hampton Roads). A book from its library, ca. 1862, has been seen by a man on its staff, recently.
VA03 Howe, Henry. Historical Collections of Virginia. Charleston, S.C., 1845.
VA04 Jennings, J.M. "Notes on the Original Library of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, 1693-1705," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 41 (July-Sept. 1947): 239-67.
VA05 Jones, John William. Christ in the Camp; or, Religion in Lee's Army. Richmond, 1888.
VA06 Kondayan, Betty Ruth. "The Library of Liberty Hall Academy," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 86 (Oct.1978): 432-46.
VA07 Morton, Frederick. The Story of Winchester, Virgima. 1925.
VA08 Tyler, Lyon G. "The Virginia State Library," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine I (July 1919): 18-25.
VA09 Wayland, John. Historical Harrisonburg. Harrisonburg, VA., 1949.
VT01 "Ag'l Library Association-Good Move," American Agriculturalist 22 (Feb., 1863): 38.
VT02 Burlington (Vt.) Lyceum, Norton's Literary Gazette 2 (Dec.15, 1852): 236.
VT03 Ellis, Madaleen. "The History of the Brookfield Library," Vermont Quarterly. 18 (Jan. 1950): 29-32.
VT04 Vermont's Oldest Library," Library Journal 40 (Aug.1915): 594 (about the Serial Library Association of Wilmington, VT).
WA01 (Olympia Lyceum and Library Association being organized - Article) Olympia Pioneer and Democrat Jan. 4, 1861.
WA02 Smith, Charles W. "Early Library Development in Washington," Washington Historical Quarterly. 17 (October 1926): 246-58.
WA03 Washington (state). Laws.
WI01 Baughman, Nancy C. "History of the Otterbein Colege Library." Master's thesis, Western Reserve Univ., 1955.  ACRL Microcard Series No.58.
WI02 The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin, 1899, vol.30, Milwaukee, 1899.
WI03 Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisc., ed. by Lyman Copeland Draper. Vol.3, being a Page-by-Page Reprint of the Original Issue of 1857,under the Ed. Direction of Reuben Gold Thwaites. Madison, 1904, p.506-07, "Statistics of Wisc. Pub. Lib."
WI04 Croghan, George. Army Life on the Western Frontier... Reports Made Between 1826 and 1845. Norman, Okia., 1958.
WI05 Jones, L.R. "The Howard Library Association,tt Wisconsin Magazine of History 23 (193940): 304-08.
WI06 Saucerman, Kathryn. "A Study of the Wisconsin Library Movement, 1850-1900," (unpubl. thesis, Univ. Of Wisconsin, 1944).
WV01 Brinkman, Charles. History of Taylor County ... vol.1. Grafton, W.Va., 1988.
WV02 Ebeling, Virginia. "Library Development in Ohio County," West Virginia History 10 (Jan.1949): 136-48.
WV03 Myers, Clifford R. "Libraries in West Virginia before 1863," West Virginia School Journal 58 (Dec.1929): 116-17, and 58 (Jan.1930): 150-51.
WV04 Palladium of Virginia and the Pacific Momtor(Lewisburg?) May 15 (?) and Nov.26, 1823. (about the Lewisburg Circulating Library).
WV05 White, Alice W. "The Public Library Movement in West Virginia," (Master's thesis, Columbia Univ., 1935).