Volume 15, number 3 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) bulletin was published in April 1966. Topics include Minnesota Library fact sheet with current statistics and needs; state-wide and local preparations for National Library Week; Membership Committee update; Announcement of Spring Meeting of MLA Academic Libraries section; and report form for National Library Week activities;
Volume 15, number 4 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) bulletin was published in August 1966. Topics include call for members interested in off-campus Library Science courses and questionnaire; MLA merges County and Public Library section; Hannis Smith names President of the American Association of State Libraries; biographies of MLA officers;
Volume 4, number 1 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Bulletin published February, 1955. Topics include legislative update, state-aid bill, and censorship legislation; committee on standards; St. Paul Public Library Spring Book Fair; MLA protests State Library Commission being transferred to State Board of Education; review of the Twin Cities library club semi-annual meeting.
Volume 15, number 1 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) bulletin was published in January 1966. Topics include recent awards to Erana Stadler Donahue as Minnesota Librarian of the Year and Helen W. Sweasy as Minnesota Trustee of the Year, and Marjorie H. Sibley received a Certificate of Merit. MLA elections results announced; Section and committee reports for Children and Young People, Trustees, Federal Relations, Membership, World Affairs, and Retirement groups; 1966 budget; "The Cause is Mankind" booklist available; and sustaining memberships form.
Volume 15, number 2 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) bulletin was published in March 1966. Topics include call for nominations of 1966 Minnesota Librarian of the Year and Trustee of the Year; National Library Week recap; announcements of 1966 MLA Conference announcement, Canadian author-librarian, Dorothy M. Reid set to speak at library conference, Midwest Academic Librarians Conference, Library-Labor Institute, Spring district meetings, 1967 North Central Library Conference, and testimonal dinner for Hannis Smith.
Volume 6, number 3 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Bulletin published August, 1957. Topics include legislative report, MLA district meetings held in St. Cloud, Faribault, New Ulm, Fergus Falls, and Eveleth, Minnesota; Report of subcommittee on headquarters location of ALA, list of MLA members attending ALA meeting in Kansas City, Internal Revenue Code amendment introduced by U.S. Representative Eugene McCarthy to include charitable contributions to libraries to be tax deductible.
Volume 6, number 2 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Bulletin published February, 1957. Topics include legislative news; public library initiative announced; Governor's conference on aging encourages library services to rural areas; ALA membership reminder; Adeline T. Davidson memorial; announcement of MLA committees for 1956-57. Insert regarding state legislative bill relating to rural library service, and insert for MLA membership form with membership fees.
Volume 4, number 2 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Bulletin was published July, 1955. Topics include district library meetings held in Albert Lea, Crookston, International Falls, Montevideo, and St. Paul; update on status of library division within the Minnesota State Board of Education; Intellectual Freedom committee; A.L.A. meeting set for Philadelphia, July 3-9; Minnesota chapter designation within A.L.A.; Fall MLA conference scheduled; and budgets and expenditures October 1954-June 1955.
Volume 5, number 2 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Bulletin published May, 1956. Topics include MLA executive board's letter to the Minnesota State Board of Education; Institute of Public Library Materials for Adults report; County Section of MLA meeting April 12-14, 1956; MLA committee appointments; Hubert Humphrey offers his newsletter to interested parties; MLA directory being prepared; Library Services Bill passed the state House of Representatives.
Volume 6, number 1 of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Bulletin published November, 1956. Topics include announcement of MLA officers and committee chairmen for 1956-57; call for legislative ideas for Minnesota library development in 1957; MLA convention news; Governor's conference on aging announced; Senator Edward J. Thye offers newsletter to interested libraries; MLA membership statistics; Amendment No. 3 to the Minnesota State constitution backed by MLA.