"... Mrs. Boyd was a member of the American Library Association and a member and Past-President of the South Eastern Library Association; and a member of Tennessee Library Association. She was a member and past-president of Algood Home Demonstration Club; Cookeville Study Club and American Association of University Women..."
Tennessee Library Association's insight:
Her funeral service was July 21. There is a tribute wall on her obituary site.
"As we approach the 100th anniversary of the United States' involvement in World War I, the Tennessee State Library and Archives' (TSLA) newest online collection, the Puryear Family Photograph Albums, tells the story of two brothers from Gallatin who served in the Army Air Service during and after World War I..."
"...This week on GigaNews we welcome Nate Hill, Deputy Director at Chattanooga’s Public Library and Gigatown guest blogger, to explain how libraries of the future are shaping up with the help of a fibre optic gigabit connection…"
The public is invited to a retirement reception from 4 to 6 p.m. July 29 in honor of Jean Closz at the Blount County Public Library, in the children’s library. With 39 years of service, Closz has spent 29 as head of the Children’s Library.
Brown-Bag Book Group To Discuss Wharton's 'Age Of Innocence' Aug. 20 The Friends of the Library organization is inviting the public to another of its Brown-Bag Book Group discussions during the lunch hour. The group will explore Edith Wharton's 1920 nove
As we approach the 100th anniversary of the United States' involvement in World War I, the Tennessee State Library and Archives' newest online collection, the Puryear Family Photograph Albums, tells the story of two brothers from Gallatin who served in the Army Air Service during and after World War I. Comprised of three photograph albums and ... (more)
"... Luna, who serves as the District 7 representative for the organization, was recognized by YLD President David McDowell for her exceptional efforts educating Tennessee lawyers and librarians about free legal resources through this year's YLD public service project: The Library Education Project. The effort involved visits to libraries across the state to empower librarians to help members of the public in need of legal information and advice..."
"The Archives of Appalachia, located on the fourth floor of the Sherrod Library, houses ETSU's collection of memorabilia about the history of Southern Appalachia - and ETSU - consisting of over 700 manuscripts and 2.5 million photographs..."