A receipt issued by D. Sinclair and Company, Publishers of the Daily and Weekly Republican, Job Printers, Bookbinders and Blank Book Manufacturers, to the Winona Library Association, Winona, Minnesota.
Morrison, Mrs. D. B.; Wenonah Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Winona, Minnesota
A letter from Mrs. D. B. Morrison, secretary of the Wenonah Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, to Burr D. Blair, President of the Laird Library Board, Winona, Minnesota. The letter notes the gift of a flag to the Winona Free Public Library.
Board of Directors, Winona Library Association, Winona, Minnesota
A hand-written note stating that Miss Jennie (Jeannette) Clarke has been unanimously elected to serve as librarian of the Winona Library Association. Clarke succeeds Mrs. A. G. Fockens, and will serve in this capacity at the Winona Public Library for 50 years, resigning in 1935.
A receipt issued by O. B. Gould, Attorneys at Law and Court Commissioner, to the Winona Library Association, Winona, Minnesota for fees associated with recording the library's Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State.
A note card sent by William Hayes expressing his appreciation to his friends for their sympathy in the loss of his wife, Charlotte Prentiss Hayes. Charlotte was instrumental in the creation and expansion of the Winona Free Public Library. Hayes would go on to donate to the library the "Light of Learning" Kenyon Cox mural painting in memory of his wife.
A circulation study report prepared by Jeannette Clarke, Head Librarian of the Winona Free Public Library, to Burr D. Blair, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the library. The report compares the total number of items in various subject areas to the circulation in order to determine the use per volume.
A booklet on the history of the Winona Public Library in its first 50 years of service to the community of Winona, Minnesota. Photographs of William Harris Laird, Fred S. Bell, the library and its patrons are included.