July 1975
American Libraries;Jul/Aug75, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p424
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs relating to libraries in the United States as of July 1975. Inclusion of programs created by college and public librarians to celebrate National Library Week; Description of the designs of several library buildings; Street map published by the Baltimore County Public Library in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce in Baltimore, Maryland.


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