Announcement of American Library Association Regional Conference for Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, and Nebraska, scheduled October 12-15, 1932 in Des Moines, Iowa. Includes information on meetings, activities, honored guests, and speakers including Gratia Countryman of the Minneapolis Public Library and Frank K. Walter of the University of Minnesota.
Detailed program of the 1932 Five State Conference of the American Library Association (Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska) held in Des Moines, Iowa, October 12-15, 1932. Includes daily meeting programs and activities, lists names of Conference Committee members, Round Table and Selection Chairmen, Local Committee members, and exhibitors. Copy held by Clara F. Baldwin, including several pages of handwritten notes taken at the conference.
Program for the Official Regional Meeting of the American Library Association held in Sioux City, Iowa, October 13-16, 1925, conducted by the State Library Associations of Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Topics include adult education, county libraries, small libraries, and lending department problems. Speakers included Frank Walters, University of Minnesota Librarian and Executive Board Member of the American Library Association.
Program for the First Midwest Library Conference and Exhibit held on November 3-5, 1971 at the Sherman House in Chicago, Illinois. The conference was sponsored by the Library Associations of Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin in conjunction with Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri. The banquet speaker was satirist Richard Armour. Program topics include data processing for libraries, library service to the unserved, continuing education for librarians, libraries and the political process, and faculty status for academic librarians.
Program for the first all-Association conference held April 29-May 2, 1981 at the Leamington Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The welcome from Governor Albert H. Quie states "this is truly a unique effort to bring together our state's information-related organizations to share ideas and build together toward the future of our state." The theme was "Only One in 81': Cooperation is Learning and Growing Together." The Forum is an organization of eight Minnesota library, information, and media organizations that includes: American Society for Information Science, Minnesota Chapter, Art Libraries Society of North American, Twin City Chapter, Catholic Library Association, Minn-Dakota Unit, Minnesota Association of Law Libraries, Minnesota Educational Media Organization, Minnesota Health Science Library Association, Minnesota Library Association, and Special Libraries Association, Minnesota Chapter.