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Dickerson, Lon and Patricia Gloyd. "How community spirit -- and dollars -- are saving Savannah's Carnegies." American Libraries 30 (No. 4, April 1999): 30-32.

Dorsey, James Edward. The Financing of Public Library Service in Georgia, 1897-1980. Dissertation (Doctorate of Education), University of Georgia, 1986, 144 pages.

Downs, Robert Bingham. A Survey of the Libraries of the University of Georgia. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Libraries, 1966.

Drake, Miriam A. "Georgia Institute of Technology Libraries." Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 52 (1993): 99-125.

Durham, M.J. Study of Junior College Libraries in Georgia. Thesis (MA), Florida State University, 1959, 94 pages.

"Edith Foster Borrowed 1,000 Books, From it Evolved a Great Library." Carroll County Georgian newspaper. Aug. 12, 1971. Pages 1-2. [Paper's 25th anniversary edition included a history of the library from 1944-1971]

English, T.H. "Emory University Library." Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 8 (1972): 34-43.

Erskine Caldwell : Georgia revisited [videorecording]. Atlanta, GA : WPBA, 1986.

Estes, D.E. "Georgia Library Association." Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 9 (1973): 383-6.

Fennell, Janice. "Libraries Are Not Made, They Grow; an Historical Perspective on the Georgia College library." The Georgia Librarian 22 (August 1985): 62-64.

Fennell, Janice. "The Georgia Librarian: A Twenty-Five Year Perspective." Georgia Librarian (Spring 1989): 21-22.

Fentress, Helen Woodward. "A History of Armstrong's Library." The Georgia Librarian 34 (Fall 1997): 68.

The First Twenty-Five Years of the Beehive Press / Boston Public Library, the University of Georgia Libraries, the Beehive Foundation. Savannah, Ga.: The Foundation, 1995.

Fleming, Berry. 199 years of Augusta's library; a chronology. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 1949. [Also in Georgia Historical Quarterly 33 (2): 124-81.]
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Foglemen, Margaret F. "Some Notes on Richmond County Libraries Established Before 1900." Richmond County History (Summer 1971): 5-13.

Foster, Edith. “Georgia Public Libraries: As We Were.The Georgia Librarian 26 (Spring 1989): 6-7.

Foster, Edith L. Yonder She Comes: A Once Told Li'bry Tale. Bremen, Ga.: Gateway Printing Co., 1985. [A history of the West Georgia Regional Library System by its founding director]

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Fry, J.W. “LSA and LSCA, 1956-1973: A Legislative History.” Library Trends 24 (1975): 7-26.

Galvin, Hoyt Rees. Library services for Decatur and DeKalb County. Charlotte, NC : Public Library Consultants, 1961.

Georgia Government Documentation Project, Series J: Black and white women in Atlanta public life oral history collection, Annie L. McPheeters oral history interview [June 8, 1992]. Special Collection Department, William Russell Pullen Library, Georgia State University. [3 audiocassettes and 67-page transcript of interview.]

"Georgia Library Association." Library Journal XXII (June 1897): 309-310.

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Gleason, Eliza Atkins. "The Atlanta University School of Library Service -- Its Aims and Objectives." Library Quarterly XII (July 1942): 504-10.

Gleason, Eliza Atkins. The Southern Negro and the Public Library: A Study of the Government and Administration of Public Library Services to Negroes in the South. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1941.

Grauer, Sally. "National Library Bindery Company of Georgia: The Story of the Southeast's First Library Bindery." New Library Scene 11 (October 1992): 11-13.

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