B. F. Jones Memorial Library: Forged in Steel Terri Bogolea Gallagher



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Bootstraps, 172

52 Wollman and Inman, Portraits, 57.

53 Girdler, Bootstraps, 166

54 “History of Allegheny County, Genealogy and History” Volume 1 (Unigraphic.) 1889. 233-236 ; W.T. Mossman, Biographical Sketch of B.F. Jones, Jones and Laughlin Steel, n.d. 4-5.

55 “Canal Clerk to Steel Magnate,” Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 21, 1931.

56 “Full text addresses from Library Opening,’ Woodlawn Gazette, Feb. 5, 1929

57Girdler, “Bootstraps,’ 175.

58 Wollman and Inman, Portraits, 15.

59 Butler, Joseph, “Recollection of Men and Events: An Autobiography,’” ( Putnam and Sons: New York.) 1927. 336-337

60 “Canal Clerk,” Pittsburgh Press, 1931

61 Genealogical Chart, Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation Archives, MSP33, John Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh PA; Copy of Will of Benjamin Franklin Jones,St. B.F. Jones Memorial Library archives.

62 Girdler, Bootstraps, 166.

63 Girdler, Bootstraps, 169.

64 James Green, “Democracy Comes to Little Siberia: Steelworkers Organize in Aliquippa, PA 1933-37, Historical Collections and Labor Archives, Penn State, 1993.

65 Eric Leif Davin, “Blue Collar Democracy: Class War and Political Revolution in Western Pennsylvania, 1932-1937, University of Pittsburgh, 269.

66 Walker, “Steel: The Diary,” 1922.

67 Ann Sparanese, “Service to the Labor Community: A Public Library Perspective. Library Trends. 51(2002) 19, Library Literature and Information Full Text.

68 Sparanese, Service to the Labor Community, 23.

69 Sparanese, Service to the Labor Community, 20.

70 Sparanese, “Service to the Labor Community”, 23.

71 Smith, Original Voided Description of Library, n.d.

72Account Officer, Library Statement, Aug. 6, 1929; Paid Receipt, Hardy and Hayes Company, Pittsburgh, January 21, 1929.

73 B.F. Jones Memorial Library Archives, a file contains a list and many of the items and books Moreland used for his research.

74 “Statistics of 100 Libraries,’ Compiled by S.E. Weber, Charleston, WV, pre-1926.

75 Abigail A. Van Slyck, “Free to All, Carnegie Libraries and American Culture 1890-1920,” (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998) 82.

76 Don Miller, “Sewickley Heights House Makes A Dramatic Comeback, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 29, 1995; Joyce Gannon,“Million Dollar Millstones,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, May 5, 1996;

77 Statistics for 100 Libraries, Weber, pre-1926

78 Moreland to Horne, letter, December 23, 1929, weekly photos mentioned

79 Moreland to Horne, telegram, March 26, 1928.Mo

80 Moreland to Horne, letter, July 18, 1927

81 Checkbook and Ledger, B.F. Jones Memorial Library archives.

82 Copy of Will of Joseph Horne, B.F. Jones Memorial Library, 1893.

83 Moreland to Horne, letter, May 18, 1928.

84 Accountant to Horne, Disbursements, Aug. 6, 1929; Additional typed account expenses, B.F. Jones Memorial Library Archives.

85 Muswigan, Marie. “Beautiful Aliquippa Library Shrine to Steel Man’s Memory,” Pittsburgh Press, Feb. 1, 1929.

86 Himmelwright to ALA and Himmelwright to Borough Council, letters,

87 ALA Library, University of Ililinois at Urbana Series 85/7/6 and 29/5/2 visitor’s log.

88 Pennsylvania,State Planning Committee,Commonwealth Libraries, Preliminary report, 38, http://www.ebooksread.com

89 Moreland, Library History, 1950

90 Moreland to Horne, letter, September 28, 1929.

91 B.F. Jones Memorial Library annual report s1934-1937.

92 Horne to Moreland, letter, 1930.

93 Himmelwright newspaper columns, Evening Times, 1945.

94 Himmelwright to Jones and Laughlin offices, letters, 1927-1929

95 Moreland to Horne, letter, January 29, 1929

96 National Historic Place Listing for B.F. Jones Memorial Library, Department of the Interior, http://www.nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com/pa/Beaver/state.html

97 Brandon Smith, Description of Architecture, n.d. B.F. Jones Memorial Library archives.

98 Smith, Description, n.d.

99 National Historic Place Application, 1978

100 W. Boyd Rayward and Christine Jenkins, “Libraries in Times of War, Revolution and Social Change,” Library Trends. 55 (Winter 2007) 362, Academic Search Complete.

101 Rayward and Jenkins, “Libraries in Times of War” 363.

102 Rayward and Jenkins, Library in Times of War,” 363.

103 Smith, Description, n.d.

104 Addendum to Horne Library Expenditure Statement, June 1940

105 David Bernard Dearinger, “Painting and Sculpture in the National Academy of Design,” (New York; Hudson Hills Press, 2004). 10.

106 National Historic Register Application, 1978.

107 Smith, Description, n.d.

108 Smith, Description, n.d.; Nora Thorpe, letter, n.d. Nora Thorpe of New York.was the ‘color architect” on the project.

109 Smith, Description, n.d.

110 “Senator Quay Painting,’ New York Times, May 31, 1902

111 National Historic Places Application, 1978

112 Brandon Smith, Unofficial Original Version General Description, n.d.

113 National Historic Places Application, 1978

114 Smith, description, n.d.

115 Library architectural biography, B.F. Jones Memorial Library, current

116 Smith, letter, n.d.

117 Wollman and Inman, Portraits in Steel, 29.

118 Patricia Lowry, “Industrialist Benjamin Franklin Jones’ Summer Cottage Dodges the Wrecking Ball as another emerges from the Shadows,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 31, 2010.

119 Andrew Carnegie, Triumphant Democracy, Inscription, dated: January 18, 1894, New York.

120 T. Jones, Carnegie Libraries across America: Public legacy, New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1997, 3.

121 VanSlyck, “Free for All,” 216-217

122 Van Slyck, “Free for All,’ 218.

123 Van Slyck, “Free for All,’ 219.

124 Van Slyck, “Free for All,’ 218.

125 George Bobinski, Carnegie libraries: their history and impact on American public library development. Chicago: American Library Association.1969, 183

126 Bobinski, Carnegie Libraries, 186.

127 Moreland to Horne, April 2, 1929. Correspondence continued until Horne’s death Jan. 10, 1932.

128 Bobinski, Carnegie Libraries, 185.

129 Bobinski, Carnegie Libraries, 191.

130 Horne to Woodlawn Borough Council, letter, 1926.

131 Van Slyck, Free for All, 218; George Axelrod, The Colonial revival in America ( New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1985) 94.

132 B.F. Jones Memorial Library Dedication Program,

133 Full Text Addresses, Aliquippa Gazette, February 5, 1929

134 Full Text Addresses, Aliquippa Gazette, February 5, 1929

135 Full Text Addresses, Aliquippa Gazette, February 5, 1929; Ring, Men of Energy, 406.

136 Susan Himmelwright, “Aliquippa’s Beautiful New Library,” Library Journal, July 1929, 591-592.

137 Carnegie Magazine, “B.F. Jones Memorial Library,’ March 1929.,

138 Moreland to Horne, letter, March 29, 1929.

139 Himmelwright, Susan, “Individuals in Quota,” The Quotarian, circa 1930p. 11.12

140 Library Equipment, Beautiful Aliquippa Library –Shrine to Steel Man’s memory, March 1929, 3

141 Edward Tilton, Library Planning and Design, Architectural Forum ,(56 no 6 June 1932) 573-604.

142 Moreland to Horne, letter, March 29, 1929.


143 Full Text of Addresses, Aliquippa Gazette, February 5, 1929.

144 Wollman and Inman. Portraits, 285. 288.

145 United States Census 2000.

146 Computers made possible by a Gates Foundation Grant.

147 Cindy Murphy, Aliquippa Historic Images Projects, http://www.bfjoneslibrary.org/aboutaliquippa.htm

148 Adam Blahut, A Study of the Founding of the Erie Public Library, 2005, 79.

149 Accountant to Horne, Disbursements, May 19 to Aug. 6, 1929; Additional typed account expenses, B.F. Jones Memorial Library Archives.

150 The chart does not include the prior expenditures of the land parcels (valued by some at about $50,000); the cost of the Aitken bronze statue of B.F. Jones, $27,500; additional book fund from Horne, $2,000; forwarded bank balance, 2335.92; Alfred Hoen portrait of Horne, $3,500; picture frame, $500 and other contributions of the Jones family and friends. These additions bring initial outlay to more than $465,000 for the building at debut.

151 Statistics of 100 Libraries, compiled by S.E. Weber, Charleston, W.Va; this chart was used for visits and research by William Moreland and the B.F. Jones Memorial Library planners beginning in 1926.

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