The Librarians Conference was the 15th division to be established under the Kentucky Negro Education Association (KNEA). It was the first formal organization of Kentucky Negro librarians. Annual proceedings of all conferences and departments were published in the KNEA Journal. Around 1960 KNEA and its journal became defunct. To date, the KNEA Journal seems to be the only source that gives an accounting of the Librarians Conference activity. The most complete holding of the Journal is available at the Kentucky State University Blazer Library Archives. Microfilm copies of issues are also available at the New York Public Library.
Jones, Reinette F., "Kentucky Negro Education Association (NKEA) Journal: Accounting of Librarians and Libraries" (1997). Library Faculty and Staff Publications. 72.
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Published in Kentucky Libraries, v. 61, no. 4, p. 15-19.
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