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> Thirty-seven States have State boards of education, as here indicated; the others have none. III.— Officers Op State Boards Op Education—Continued.
IV.—Executive Officers Of State Library Commissions.1
Thomas M. Owen, director
James L. OQlis, State librarian
C. R. Dudley, president
Miss Carrie M. Cashing, transfer clerk.
Mrs. Belle H. Johnson, library visitor.
H. Kidgely Harrington, secretary...
Mrs. Perclval Sneed, organizer
Miss Margaret S. Roberts, secretary..
Miss Eugenia AUin, organizer
Carl H. Milam, secretary
Miss Alice S. Tyler, secretary
Mrs. Adrian Greene, secretary
Miss Fannie C. Rawson. secretary... Harry C. Prince, secretary
Bernard C. Sterner, secretary
Miss Zaldee M. Brown, agent
Mrs. Mary C. Spencer, secretary
Miss Clara F. Baldwin, secretary
Miss Elizabeth B. Wales, secretary..
Miss Charlotte Templeton, secretary.
Arthur H. Chase, secretary
Henry C. Buchanan, secretary
William R. Watson, chief of division
Miss Minnie W. Leatherman, secretary.
Mrs. Minnie C. Budlong, secretary
and director. J. H. Newman, secretary
Miss Cornelia Marvin, librarian
T. L. Montgomery, secretary
Walter E. Ranger, secretary
Lilly E. Borresen, secretary
Mrs. Pearl W. Kelley, secretary
Ernest W. Winkler, secretary.*
Howard R. Driggs, secretary
Miss Rebecca W. Wright, secretary..'
H. R. Mcllwaine, librarian
J. M. llitt, secretary
Matthew S. Dudgeon, secretary..
1 Thirty-seven States have library commissions, as here indicated.