Look Backward, Look Forward: Faces of the Fin de Siecle

Schneider, Karen G.
November 1999
American Libraries;Nov99, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p70
Trade Publication
Presents a column about library science as librarians prepares for the 21st century. Interviews with several librarians about their work; Outlook for libraries.


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