Authors/Contributors

Betsy Knapp

Document Type

Article

Date

1972

Embargo Period

1-27-2011

Keywords

library planning, Syracuse University, Ernest S. Bird Library, library planning

Language

English

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | United States History

Description/Abstract

This article details the struggles of Syracuse University in the early 1970s with the opening of a new library amidst a plethora of problems. Parallels are drawn to the problems of growing catalogs and fledgling mechanization that faced the New York Public Library at the same time. Also mentions the then-nascent MARC format and OCLC.

Additional Information

Part of a double issue, 9.4 and 10.1.

Source

local input

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