Category Archives: Libraries Librarians and Librarianship

Library Management materials

I started a section on “Library Management” in the Law Librarianship entry. Advertisements

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List of National Archives researchers

I created a little section called “National Archives” in the Washington D.C. Document Retrieval entry.   It features the Archives’ list of Independent Researchers Available for Hire and two companies that I’ve heard do good work.  I’ll add more researchers if … Continue reading

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Canada combines National Library and National Archives

O.k., it happened six years ago, but I just found out now.  The National Library of Canada merged with the Canadian National Archives in 2004 to form the Library and Archives Canada.   I edited the Canada entry accordingly.

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New search engine for the law-lib archives

I added the new search engine for the law-lib archives to the Law Librarians entry.  The Advanced Search lets you choose a time frame to search, and the results come up in chronological order.   You can still use Google to search the archives … Continue reading

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U.S. Postal Service entry revised and updated

Today was Labor Day, so there was no mail delivery, but I updated the United States Postal Service entry anyway.  I added links to all three of the major USPS manuals – the Domestic Mail Manual (DMM), the International Mail Manual (IMM) and the … Continue reading

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New ILL section in the LOC entry

I added a section on “Interlibrary Loans” to the Library of Congress entry.  It’s a little tricky to borrow from the LOC, so I hope this will help folks who haven’t done it yet.  Thanks to Andrew Hackett at NCR-National Corporate … Continue reading

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