|Text on Button||LOOK LISTEN LEARN LIBRARIES CHANGE LIVES copyright American Library Association|
Illustration of eyes and nose and white text on a pink background
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This button was created for the ALA’s National Library Week. Having begun in 1958, National Library Week is a week to celebrate the contributions of libraries and librarians in the United States. The theme for 1993-1996 was “Libraries Change Lives”.
The American Library Association is a non profit organization that supports and promotes libraries, library professionals and library education. The association was founded in 1876 and is the largest library association in the world.
American Library Association. (2015, April 10). National Library Week History. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/aboutala/1958/national-library-week-history#themes.