Markuson, Barbara Evans, Ed.
Title Libraries and Automation
Book Condition Near Fine with no dust jacket
Edition 1st Edition
Publisher Washington DC. Washington DC Library of Congress 1964
Seller ID 20915
White book covers are very slightly soiled. No other defects; binding is tight, pages are clean and unmarked. . Proceedings of the Conference on Libraries and Automation held at Airlie foundation, Warrenton, Virginia, May 26-30, 1963, under sponsorship of the Library of Congress, National Science foundation, and Council on Library Resources, Inc. This is the so-called "White Book, " and is one of the earliest analytical publications dealing with how libraries might be automated using a computer. Book's former owner was Bernard Fry, early information scientist and former Director of the U. S Technical Documentation Center and later Dean of the School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, and bears his ownership signature. A letter to Bernard Fry from L. Quincy Mumford, then Librarian of Congress, is laid in, SIGNED by Mumford. . 4to - 11" to 13" tall. 268 pages. Signed by Notable Personage, Related. B0
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