National Public Library Logo

History of the Quilt

Objectives

Project Description

Evaluations of Accomplishments

Future Plans for the Project

Proposal Letter

Request to Commissioners

Biographies by Homemakers Clubs

Biographies by Friends of the Library

STORY OF THE QUILT SQUARE THE NATIONAL PUBLIC LIBRARY LOGO, BY HARNETT COUNTY LIBRARY FOR HARNETT COUNTY HISTORICAL QUILT, 1989

The National Public Library Logo

The American Library Association adapted an official Public Library Logo to be used in all public libraries all over the nation. This logo was released in the early 1980's and has become recognized as the symbol that stands for the Public Library. It is used in a great variety of places and always stands for the "Public Library" for readers and non-readers alike.

This Public Library Logo quilted square was embroidered by Margaret Randall, the Library Director form 1962 -1989.

 

Written by: Margaret Randall, Director

Harnett County Library 1962 -1989

Quilt Square: Row 8 Number 43