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Classified advertising orders and copy, and cancellations, should be addressed to the Advertising Department, 50 East Huron Street, Chicago 60611, and should reach that office before the second of the month preceding publication of issue desired. Copy received after that time may be held for the next issue.

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SPECIAL COLLECTIONS/MANUSCRIPTS/RARE BOOKS. Seeking responsible administrative position in forward-looking college/university, or other repository, where the need for enlightened and modern preservation measures and managerial techniques has been recognized, and the commitment made to implement them. BA, MA, English; MA, Library Science, University of Chicago. Law school. Continuing education in conservation of research library materials. 7 years' experience. Currently employed by major Eastern small university. Write Box 834, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611.

REFERENCE/PUBLIC SERVICE; College/University; MLS; 5 years' experience; currently underemployed; seeking challenging posîtion/admin¡stra†ive responsibility. Write Box 836, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611.


"LA REVUE DES DEUX MONDES"—126 volumes hard back and leather bound in 2 months periods. In excellent shape. Starting in 1870 to 1891 (included). 6 volumes are missing: Nov./Dec. 1879, July/Aug. and Nov./Dec. 1881, March/Apr. and Nov./Dec. 1884, and March/Apr. 1886. Contact Mrs. Odette D. Daniels, 1134 North Arcadia, Colorado Springs, CO 80903.

BOOKSTORE Southern Oregon dealing in rare and used books. For details write to 3126 Madrona Lane, Medford, OR 97501.



LIBRARY DIRECTOR, Radford College invites applications for this position. Minimum qualifications include a professional degree in LS, experience in library positions, and proven administrative ability. Radford College is a comprehensive, coeducational state institution with over 3,600 students and a library containing 143,000 volumes. Position available immediately, salary level: $15,000— $18,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Applicants should submit complete resume, including names of references and transcripts to Dr. David J. Moore, V¡ce-Pres. for Academic Affairs, Radford College, Radford, VA 24141. An equal opportunity employer.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, PUBLIC SERVICES (REFERENCE) available July I, 1974. For community college Learning Resource Center intershelved book and media collection of 25,000 items. MSLS with subject Master's Degree preferred, plus experience, with interest in the integration of educational media with library resources, and strong commitment to community college philosophy and career education. Twelve month position with 15 days vacation and usual benefits. Salary $11,560—$15,560. Apply: Dr. C. H. Mitlehner, Dean for Inst. Svcs. F.C.C. Frederick, MD 21701.

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE LIBRARY DIRECTOR position available July I, 1974. Salary $18,723—$24,468, depending on qualifications. Serves as full assistant to the Library Director and participates directly in all aspects of planning and administration. Plays a major role in allocation, budgeting, building, and planning. In the absence of the Library Director acts as administrative head. Responsible primarily for all internal operations including the direction and coordination of the day-to-day operations. MLS and additional formal education is required. Five years or more of professional library experience in a position of responsibility comparable to that of a librarian in charge of a major activity, with demonstrated success in supervision, management, and administration. Thorough understanding of educational principles and practices. Comprehensive knowledge of academic library organization, practices, and procedures. Apply to S. Pickett, Library Director, California State College, Sonoma, 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928; (707) 795-2397.

HEAD, TECHNICAL SERVICES. Coordinate acquisitions and cataloging departments; assisted by two professional librarians. Some experience with computers and A/V preferred. Requirements: Several years of experience in academic library. M.S. in L.S., B.S. in Science or Engineering area preferred. Salary: (12 months) $12,000 + depending on experience. Academic status, generous fringe benefits. Send resume to Mrs. Ottilie H. Rollins, Head Librarian, Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, NY 13676, Equal Employment Opportun¡ty/Affirmative Action Employer.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR EDUCATIONAL MEDIA available July I, 1974. For community college Learning Resource Center with integrated library and audiovisual materials and services. M.S.L.S. or M.A. in Educational Media, with subject Master's Degree preferred, plus experience, and strong commitment to community college philosophy and career education. Must have an interest and demonstrated ability in promoting the use of educational media among faculty and students. Salary $11,560—$15,560. Apply: Dr. C. H. Mitlehner, Dean for Inst. Svcs. F.C.C. Frederick, MD 21701.

HEAD—SEARCHING SECTION TECHNICAL SERVICES DIVISION, U niversity of Manitoba. Degree from accredited Library School. Cataloging experience. Knowledge of languages other than English. Experience in Acquisition work. Staff of 5 Searchers and 2 Librarians. The Head of the Searching Section is responsible for vendor selection, advising and guiding both nonprofessional workers and librarians in checking and searching routines, and solving bibliographic problems related to the Acquisition department. Salary: $8,500-49,500 per annum, 35 hour week, 22 working days vacation. Apply with vitae to: Mr. Robert Lincoln, Head, Acquisitions Department, Technical Services Division, Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.


CHIEF CATALOGER. Challenging opportunity at one of the nation's leading historical agencies. Responsible for cataloging all archives-library materials; audiovisual archives, data archives, institutional records, local government records, manuscripts, newspapers, oral history, books and serials, and state archives. MA or PhD in American history required; additional MLS desirable. Applicant must have demonstrated leadership ability. Will begin with expanding staff of 3 full-time and 10 part-time. Must be interested in computer applications to archives and library functions. Experience required; 3 or more years’ cataloging manuscripts or similar special materials. Position to begin May. Starting salary $10,650. Contact Paul F. Hill, Archives-L¡brary, Ohio Historical Society, 1-71 & 17 Ave., Columbus, OH 43211.

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December 31, 1972 12,472
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DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY SCIENCE— PAHLAVI UNIVERSITY IN SHIRAZ-IRAN. Applications are invited for positions in library science at Assİs†ant/Associa†e/Professor levels for the academic year 1974—75. Duties include teaching to M.L.S. students in the fields of Technical Services and Mechanized Information Retrieval. M.L.S. degree preferably advanced certificate or Ph.D. in library science with at least 3 years of teaching experience is required. Appointments on two year renewable contract with an annual salary range equivalent to $12,000 or to $20,000 depending on qualification and experience. Return fare. Please send written application, curriculum vitae and confidential recommendation from three referees to Dean M. Vessal; from whom particulars may be obtained.


REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. Humanities specialist. Responsible for assisting readers in the use of the Library and its resources; selecting materials for the Reference collection; compiling lists, research guides, bibliographies; maintaining contact with teaching and research staff. Qualifications: MLS from an ALA-accredited library school; B.A. in a humanities discipline, and one or more years professional experience. Faculty status, liberal fringe benefits, starting salary $10,296 for calendar year. Affirmative ac†ĩon/equal opportunity employer. Available immediately. Apply to George R. Parks, University Librarian, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 02881.

REFERENCE SERVICES HEAD. Responsible for the management of the Main Library Reference Services in the humanities and social sciences. Plans and directs programs including interpretation of bibliographic resources, orientation in the use of the library, collections development, and a sub-unit of government documents and microforms. Reports to the associate director. Master's degree in LS. Minimum of 3 years' reference or related public service experience in academic or maior research library. Minimum annual salary $13,000. Send resume and references to Mrs. Helen W. Slotkin, Chairperson, Library Search Comm., Room 600, Main Campus Library, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221; (513) 475-6459. An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

HEAD OF REFERENCE DEPARTMENT, Iowa State University Library. Responsible for directing a centralized Reference Department of six librarians, four classified staff members plus hourly personnel. Department provides wide-ranging reference services including inter-library loan and resource sharing through networks. Qualifications: MLS, several years of professional experience, with at least two years of reference work in a research library, demonstrated administrative ability, proficiency in working with the University community, and a creative approach to information service. Additional graduate education desirable. Available July I, 1974. Salary: $12,000 up, depending upon experience. Faculty rank, TIAA, one month vacation per fiscal year, other excellent fringe benefits. Iowa State is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Please apply by March I, 1974 to: Warren B. Kuhn, Dean of Library Services, Iowa State University Library, Ames, IA 50010.

Subject Specialists

CIRCULATION AND DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN, LAW LIBRARY. Primary assignment involves supervision and management of Library circulation operations and selection, acquisitions and cataloging of the government collection of the Law Library. Required: Fifth year library degree from accredited library school. Several years relevant professional experience in Law Library desirable, but not necessary. Salary: $9,248—$12,049, depending upon qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits: TIAA-CREF retirement plan; social security; health, hospital and life insurance partially subsidized; liberal sick leave. Wayne State University is an equal opportunity employer. Write to: Robert T. Grazier, Associate Director, University Libraries, Wayne State University, Detroit, Ml 48202.

SOCIAL SCIENCE CATALOGER. Primary assignment to do original cataloging and classification of materials in the Social Sciences. Other responsibilities may include occasional staffing of Catalog Assistance Desk, service on Library committees. Required: Fifth year library degree from • accredited library school. Several years relevant professional experience and some familiarity with computer applications in cataloging desirable but not necessary. Salary: $9,248-$ 12,049, depending upon qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits: TIAA- CREF retirement plan; social security; health, hospital and life insurance partially subsidized; liberal sick leave. Wayne State University is an equal opportunity employer. Write to: Robert T. Grazier, Associate Director, Wayne State University, Detroit, Ml 48202.

ASSISTANT LIFE SCIENCE LIBRARIAN. Duties: supervising four branch libraries, reference and bibliographical work, etc. Qualifications: graduate library degree, relevant experience, supervisory ability, subject knowledge of agricultural or biological sciences. Faculty status and rank, 22 working days annual vacation, group insurance, TIAA-CREF retirement plans in effect. Salary $9,500 or more, depending on qualifications. Currently available. Apply with resume to Ms. Katherine Markee, Personnel Librarian, Purdue University Libraries, West Lafayette, IN 47907. An equal opportunity employer.

LIBRARY SYSTEMS SPECIALIST. Expansion of library development program at the Headquarters Office of The California State University and Colleges creates the need for an academic librarian with systems analysis experience. The incumbent of this position will plan, coordinate, and conduct system-wide analyses of the nineteen (19) campus library operations, systems and procedures. Also, conduct various studies and make appropriate recommendations based on findings, e.g. application of use of equipment, costs, layout and work flow, new budgeting process, new procedural policies and organization. Salary Range: $17,868—$21,708 per year. Four years technical library experience and knowledge of programming and computer application to libraries necessary. Please send resume including salary history to: Personnel Department, Office of the Chancellor, The California State University & Colleges, 5670 W¡lshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036. An equal opportunity employer.

SYSTEM BIBLIOGRAPHER. Expanding library development and service operation program in the Headquarters Office of The California State University and Colleges is seeking an experienced bibliographer. Duties will include planning, developing, installing and monitoring procedures for a coordinated systemwide. book and periodical collection development of the nineteen. (19) campus CSUC libraries. Also, develop and maintain union list of CSUC library holdings, develop and monitor uniform system of cataloging, develop and execute volume purchasing agreements with vendors, develop arrangements to implement cooperative resource sharing. Salary Range: $16,164 to $19,660 per year. Please send complete resume including salary history to: Personnel Department, Office of the Chancellor, The California State University & Colleges, 5670 Wilshîre Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036. An equal opportunity employer.

RARE BOOK BIBLIOGRAPHER. Position includes acquisition, cataloging, and reference with emphasis on public service. Library science degree and subject master's degree in humanities or social sciences required.. Experience in rare books and supervisory ability required. Effective immediately. Salary minimum $9,500. Send resume to R. Max Willocks, Assistant Director, Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse, NY 13210. Syracuse University Libraries is an equal opportunity employer; M/F.

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For further details about these and other forthcoming new displayers, designed for libraries by library specialists, please write today.

Now! Fill MAJOR REFERENCE GAps with these tities From EUROPA -distributed in America by Gale Research Company

For three years Gale has been distributing in America selected reference works of the distinguished British firm, Europa Publications Limited. The eight titles described below are of international value and reputation and fill serious gaps in the reference collections of American libraries. Most of these titles have been cited favorably in such authoritative guides as American Reference Books Annual and Winchell’s Guide to Reference Books. (New editions of Europa titles are jet-freighted from London to Detroit … so your patrons can use them while they are at their newest and best.)


The first part of this survey and reference book is a general introduction to the continent as a whole and deals with African history and the problems of development. Part 2 fully describes all major African regional organizations. Part 3 is comprised of chapters by recognized authorities on each country’s physical and social geography, economy, and recent history. Also included are maps, statistical surveys, bibliographies, directory material, calendars, and a who’s who. About 1,200 pages. $42.00 (Ready March, 1974)

THE EUROPA YEAR BOOK 1973. 14th Edition.

“Europa Year Bookis known for its up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive coverage” (ABBA). Volume 1 deals with 1,500 international organizations and with the countries of Europe, including the USSR and Turkey. Volume 2 covers Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Australasia. For each country, details are given on its recent history, constitution, religions, social welfare, defense, etc. Also included for each is an extensive directory section. With indexes of international organizations and territories. 3,388 pages. 2 vols. $66.00 (In print)


This annual includes essays by over 50 geographers, historians, and economists covering South Asia … South- East Asia … East Asia … and Australasia and the Pacific Islands. The book also includes a preliminary section containing general introductory features and chapters on regional cooperative organizations. Directory sections and statistical surveys on each country cover its government, judicial system, finance, trade, power, tourism, etc. With 31 maps, an index of territories, a calendar of events, a who’s who, a list of research institutes, and a bibliography. About 1,500 pages. $42.00 (Ready April, 1974)


Concise information about computer services available to outside customers from commercial, educational, and research establishments throughout the world. Listed are the names, addresses, phone numbers, and officers’ names, fields of experience, the types of services offered, and the type of computer installation. About 700 pages. $27.00 (Ready April, 1974)

THE INTERNATIONAL WHO’S WHO 1973-74. 37th Edition.

The standard source of biographical information about eminent personalities in every country … the only place to find details on persons from the many countries having no national who’s who. The 37th Edition contains over 16,000 listings, nearly 900 of them brand new; existing biographies have been revised and updated, xx + 1,879 pages. $39.50 (In print)


Reviews the year’s developments in the area and describes physical and social geography, racial and linguistic groupings, religions, resources, etc., of all countries and territories in the region. The chapters are similar in scope and features to those of The Far East and Australasia. With maps, bibliographies, directories, and appendixes, xxiv + 872 pages. $32.00 (In print)

THE WORLD OF LEARNING 1973-74. 24th Edition.

This two-volume work is firmly established as the comprehensive, up-to-date guide to educational, scientific, and cultural organizations all over the world. The first part lists, describes, and gives addresses for over 400 international organizations. Arranged alphabetically by country, the main section gives complete information on universities, colleges, libraries, research institutes, museums, art galleries, and learned societies. With 411-column index. “This is the standard directory on the subject” (ARBA). About 2,000 pages in 2 vols. $50.00 (Ready Feb., 1974)


A new Europa publication—distributed in the U.S. exclusively by Gale. This is the first guide to the high-interest field of international foundations, trusts, and similar nonprofit institutions.

The Directory provides a comprehensive picture of some 1,000 foundations active in science, medicine, education, social welfare, the arts and humanities, international relations, etc. The entries, arranged by country, supply each institution’s name, address, purpose, details of its activities, publications, and officers. About 500 pages. Introduction. $22.00 (Ready April, 1974)




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