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From 1892 to 1932, the library of the Michigan State Normal College was directed by Genevieve Walton, who developed a one-room, one-person operation into a full-fledged academic library. The focus of this paper is on Walton 's development of a course in library instruction for students at the college. Using archival records, the paper describes her course in library use, her active involvement in the educational process, and her determination that librarians function as college faculty.doi:10.5860/crl_50_04_441 fatcat:m7lefal4dndz5b6dguro6tlfg4