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News and Comment--Linda Hall Library: Kansas City Institution Builds a Reputation with Operations outside Its Region
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TitleNews and Comment--Linda Hall Library: Kansas City Institution Builds a Reputation with Operations outside Its Region
AbstractPhotos and article about the Linda Hall Library, "a research library in science and technology" established by the late "Kansas City grain merchant named Herbert F. Hall" in the 1940s.
NotesPage 1073: "What sets Linda Hall and other science research libraries apart from general libraries is the fact that journals rather than books dominate the collection."
AuthorJohn Walsh
DateMay/21/1965
SourceScience
LocationSC 73: Collection of Magazine Article Photocopies
Volume148
Number3673
Page1073-1075
Local SubjectLinda Hall Library
Special Libraries
Hall, Herbert F.
Research
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID118292
CONTENTdm number17647
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