Monterey County Free Libraries: Celebrating 100 Years of Service
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Historical and modern photographs of Monterey County Free Libraries branches.

Historical and modern photographs of Monterey County Free Libraries branches.

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  • MCFL has three components to its literacy program.

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  • 1. Celebrating 100 Years of Service
  • 2. First County Librarian, Anne Hadden, delivering books by donkey to Los Burros (n.d.)
  • 3. Anne Hadden writing “Picturesque Points in California,” 1925
  • 4. Library staff on trail transporting books to coastal branches, April 1922
  • 5. County Librarian’s car used for traveling and transporting books, 1926
  • 6. Pebble Beach Bookmobile Stop, 1987
  • 7. Chular Labor Camp Bookmobile Stop, 1979
  • 8. North Bookmobile with author Beverly Cleary, Nancy Ausonio, and Dallas Schaeffer, County Librarian (left to right), 1995
  • 9. South County Bookmobile in front of Gonzales Branch Library during library’s remodeling, 2008
  • 10. South Bookmobile, 2011
  • 11. Administrative Offices
  • 12. Library staff, front row, left to right: Esther Ross and Anne Hadden,back row, left to right: Mrs. Miller, Karen Jensen, and Ellen Frink, 1923
  • 13. Aromas
  • 14. Aromas Branch Library, 1915
  • 15. Big Sur
  • 16. Captain Baker’s residence housed the Big Sur Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 17. Big Sur Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 18. Bradley
  • 19. Bradley Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 20. Bradley Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 21. Buena Vista
  • 22. Buena Vista Branch Library, opened 1998
  • 23. Carmel Valley
  • 24. Mathiot Summer Branch Library, near Carmel Valley, 1930
  • 25. Carmel Valley Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 26. Castroville
  • 27. Castroville Branch Library, 1931
  • 28. Castroville Branch Library, 2006
  • 29. Gonzales
  • 30. Gonzales Branch Library, 1993
  • 31. Greenfield
  • 32. The first county library, Greenfield Branch Library, operated out of a private home, 1915
  • 33. Greenfield Branch Library, early 2000’s
  • 34. King City
  • 35. King City Branch located in US Forestry Office, 1930
  • 36. King City Branch Library, 1998
  • 37. Marina
  • 38. Marina Branch Library, 1994
  • 39. Pajaro
  • 40. Pajaro Branch Library, 1931
  • 41. Pajaro Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 42. Parkfield
  • 43. Parkfield Branch Library was rumored to formerly have been a chicken coop, 1975
  • 44. Parkfield Branch Library, 1979
  • 45. Prunedale
  • 46. Prunedale Branch Library, 1994
  • 47. San Ardo
  • 48. San Ardo Branch Library, 1930
  • 49. San Ardo Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 50. San Lucas
  • 51. San Lucas Branch Library, 1930
  • 52. San Lucas Branch Library, 1994
  • 53. Seaside
  • 54. Emerson Branch Library (n.d.)
  • 55. Seaside Branch Library, 1994
  • 56. Soledad
  • 57. The first reading room (1st building on left) was in Soledad, 1915
  • 58. Dairy Ranch Library near Soledad with Mr. & Mrs. Pura, 1915
  • 59. Soledad Branch Library, 1999
  • 60. Sending materials to remote and homebound patrons since 1984
  • 61. Adult Literacy Families for Literacy Early Literacy
  • 62. Jayanti Addleman, County Librarian, arrives at MCFLs Centennial Celebration via burro, 2012
  • 63. Sources:Historical photographs: L.S. Slevin collection Modern photographs: Library staffSelected photos may be reproduced for a fee. Call (831) 883-7573 for more information.