Arthur Curley Memorial Lecture

About the Arthur Curley Memorial Lecture
The lecture series commemorates his lifelong dedication to the principles of intellectual freedom and free public access to information. Mr. Curley was an ALA member for more than 30 years.

Arthur Curley served as president of the American Library Association in 1994-1995 and was director of the Boston Public Library. He was a champion of the arts and of the library’s role as a center that can transform the community.  The lecture series commemorates his lifelong dedication to the principles of intellectual freedom and free public access to information. Mr. Curley was an ALA member for more than 30 years.

Donate to the Arthur Curley Memorial Fund

To donate to the Arthur Curley Memorial Fund, visit the ALA Development Office Web site.

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