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Brigham Young University Library Staff Association

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1958-approximately 2007

Administrative History

The Brigham Young University Library Staff Association (1958-approximately 2007) was an organization that planned meetings and activities for library staff.

The Brigham Young University Library Staff Association was founded in 1958 with the purpose of serving library staff members. Membership required dues of five dollars per year. The organization held monthly meetings or socials, which included the opening social, Christmas party, open house for student employees, and spring social. Members also received a book discount. The organization of the association included a president, a fall social committee, a Christmas committee, and a brown bag lunceon committee. It was disbanded approximately 2007.

Citation

Library Staff Association records, 1958-2007 (Library Staff Association; founded 1958; disbanded approximately 2007; served library staff; monthly meetings or social activities; social activities included opening social, Christmas party, open house, and spring social; service; book discount; $5.00 per year; president; fall social committee; Christmas committee; brown bag luncheon committee).

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Brigham Young University Library Staff Association records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 5686
Scope and Contents Contains files and photographs related to the meetings and socials of the Brigham Young University Library Staff Association. Dated 1958-2007.
Dates: 1958-2007