Library and genealogical society cooperation in developing local genealogical services and

Litzer, Donald S.
September 1997
Reference & User Services Quarterly;Fall97, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p37
Academic Journal
Presents a study on the development of local genealogical services and collections by library and genealogical society cooperation. Reference to genealogy being an American hobby; Details on the literature review of genealogy; Statistical information on surveys conducted in the study; Other detailed information. INSET: Local genealogical society questionnaire with raw survey results.


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