|The Libraries of South Carolina
by Mary Frayser
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of Mary Frayser's booklet)
Acknowledgment is made of the use of data gathered by Miss Parmelee Cheves, Field Agent of the
State Library Board of South Carolina June 1930-February 1932 inclusive, and to the counsel and
help of Miss Cheves in compiling the data for and shaping the material of the section of
this report dealing with public libraries.
The author is indebted to members of the State Department of Education for data on which the
section on school libraries of this report is based.
Appreciation is recorded of the reading of the manuscript and of constructive criticism concerning
it by Miss Tommie Dora Barker, Regional Field Agent for the South of the American Library
Association, Miss Parmelee Cheves, Miss Louise McMaster, and Miss Ernestine Cloud, Librarians,
and Miss Ada M. Moser, Specialist in Home Economics Research.