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Vol 9, No 1 (1990)
Table of Contents
|Title Page, Table of Contents|
|Do Hoosiers Sell Best?|
|Steven J. Schmidt||3-8|
|Values, Laws and Mandates: Public Library Goals and Indiana Library Law of 1947|
|N. Douglas Raber||9-16|
|Vigo County Public Branch Libraries|
|Life in Small Public Libraries of Indiana|
|Continuing Education: How to Pursue It|
|Toward a More Evolved Presence: The Black History Collection of the Indiana Historical Society|
|Wilma L. Dulin||44-49|
|"Perfect Preservation - A Lesson from the Past"|
|Philip H. Young||50-51|
|A Statement of Opinion: A Response to "The Educational Role and Services of Public Libraries in Indiana: A Study Conducted by Dr. Shirley Fitzgibbons and Dr. Verna Pungitore"|
|A Response to David Hoppe|
|Call for Papers, Central Topics for 1991, Manuscript Submissions|
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