A group of about fifty children and five adult chaperones are gathered to listen to a librarian address their group in the Children's Room at the Stark Street Library. Combination gas-electric light fixtures hang from the ceiling and the room's windows are opened for ventilation. Children's services were greatly expanded when the library became a free public library in 1902. Transcribed from back of photo: 'Children's Dept - 7th & Stark Bldg.'
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