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City of Commerce Municipal Library
City of Commerce
City of Commerce
Date Created and/or Issued
1961 July 9
Publication Information
City of Commerce Public Library
Contributing Institution
City of Commerce Public Library
City of Commerce Local History Digital Resources Collection
Rights Information
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City of Commerce
City of Commerce Public Library, 5655 Jillson Street, Commerce, CA 90040, 323-722-6660, referencel @ ci . commerce . ca . us (remove spaces in e-mail address)
Copyright 1961, City of Commerce
The City of Commerce began its own library operations on Washington Blvd. in a rented duplex, July, 1961. (from image verso). Conferring, from left, are Phyllis Gray, the chief librarian, Norma Mason, a library staffer, and Mary Sims, assistant librarian. This location later served as the library's administrative office and the technical library maintained for use by local businesses and industry. Before she came to Commerce, Gray had 11 years experience in library work, including serving as the supervising librarian for extension services at the Santa Clara Library. She earned degrees from Barry College in Florida and Catholic University in Washington, D.C.
Photographic print ; 20 x 24 cm.
Gray, Phylis
Sims, Mary
Mason, Norma
City of Commerce (Calif.)
Public libraries
Washington Boulevard

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