"Citizens of this oil-blessed city, counting their blessings one by one but weighing against them the value of their civil liberties, are waiting for the district court to say whether the city commission can control the public library and exclude there-from subversive publications." Article from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the Ruth Brown case.
Ruth W. Brown (1891-1976) Papers
SpC MS 0113
Oklahoma -- Washington County -- Bartlesville
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Behymer, F. A., "1950, October 16, "Librarian Fights for Job Lost over Criticism of Journals Chosen"" (2018). Ruth W. Brown Papers, 1891-1976. 29.