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1 Markuson, Barbara Evans, Ed. Libraries and Automation
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 Washington DC. Washington DC Library of Congress 1964 1st Edition Hardcover Near Fine with no dust jacket 20915 
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2 Markuson, Barbara Evans, Ed. Libraries and Automation
White book covers are somewhat soiled. . 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," a collection of papers consisting of some of the earliest analytical publications dealing with how libraries might be automated using a computer. Book is SIGNED AND INSCRIBED to "Ron" or Rau" by Don Swanson, information science pioneer and author of the provocative and prescient leadoff paper in the collection, "Design Requirements for a Future Library. " Inscription is dated Oct. 29, '64. Historically important and collectible. . 4to - 11" to 13" tall. 268 pages. Signed by Author. L7 Washington DC. Washington DC Library of Congress 1964 Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 30764 
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