Brookline Elementary School
September 16, 1959

Brookline Elementary School Librarian - Sept 1959
Food for young minds is provided in this shipment of science and natural history books received by
Brookline School. Examining the books are Thomas Sproull and Betty Ann Galco, 11-year old sixth grade pupils,
and School Librarian Emaline Keebler.

Schools Here Get Science Group's Books

Libraries at three Pittsburgh public schools have been enriched by shipments of books from a special rotating library provided by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

The schools - Brookline Elementary and Peabody and Allegheny High Schools - were selected from among hundreds of applicants throughout the country for participation in the library program.

Brookline has receive eighty books dealing with a wide range of scientific and natural history topics. At the end of the present term the books will be passed on to another participating school and a shipment of eighty different books will be received.

A spokesman for the Pittsburgh Board of Education said that schools here were chosen on the basis of the interests of their students and on the resources of their present libraries.

* Copied from the Pittsburgh Press - September 16, 1959 *

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