Dynix automates Time library

Rogers, Michael
April 1994
Library Journal;4/15/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 7, p22
Trade Publication
Explains why Time Warner Research Library selected a Dynix Marquis System to electronically manage its half million folders of newspaper clippings dating back to 1923. Who the library serves; Comment by director Lany W. McDonald; Contact point for more information.


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