CLA Volunteers & Staff

February 2007
Feliciter;2007, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p12
The article profiles several volunteers and staff of the Canadian Library Association (CLA). They include H, Rainer Schira, Dean Frey, Rebecca Jones and Laura Jane E. Newton Miller. The article provides a description of the volunteers and staff's first job, first position in the library and/or information services field, favorite and most used expression and books that they are currently reading.


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