Anna Ware

“The Reading Room of Barnard College is very much in need of books, through the great duplication of books needed in the case of those ordered by the Faculty for the works in course. The advantages of the University Library are not sufficient to meet the heavy demands made upon it both by students of Columbia and Barnard. Tickets at $2.50 are on sale at Dodd, Mead & Co.’s, 372 Fifth Avenue, or they may be had by writing Miss Anna Ware, 1285 Madison Avenue, N. Y.”

Reference Data:

The Critic, Vol. 41, by Jeannette Leonard Gilder and Joseph Benson Gilder, 1904, page 306

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