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BOOKS

BUILDING SPECIAL COLLECTIONSis one of our specialties. Foreign books and periodicals, current and out of print. Albert J. Phiebig, Inc., Box 352, White Plains, N.Y. 10602.

OUT OF PRINT

COLONIAL BOOK SERVICE—Specialists in supplying the out-of-print books as listed in all library indices. (Granger poetry: Essay and General Literature; Shaw; Standard; Fiction; Biography; Lamont; Speech; etc.) Catalogues on request. Want lists invited. 23 East 4th St., New York 3, N.Y.

WANT LISTSget prompt attention, wide search, reasonable prices from International Bookfinders, Box 3003-CRL, Beverly Hills, California.

PERIODICALS

PERIODICALS—sets, files, numbers—bought, sold, exchanged. Microcard reprints of rare files. J. S. Canner Inc., 49-65 Lansdowne St., Boston, Mass. 02215.

POSITIONS WANTED

MAN, 41, 12 years in industrial and research libraries, 3 degrees (including MLS), 3 languages, seeks academic position as science, documents, or reference librarian. Would enjoy opportunity to teach librarianship courses. Prefers West Coast or southwest but will consider other areas. Box 756, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 60611.

HEAD CATALOGERMidwest University interested in administration, teaching, or technical services (including cataloging). Prefers Southeast or Middle Atlantic. Excellent references.

POSITIONS OPEN

Administration

DIRECTORof Herrick Memorial Library, Alfred University. Position open July 1, 1969. Delightful rural campus. 1800 students. M.L.S. from accredited library school, plus administrative college library experience. Salary range $14,000 to $18,000, depending on qualifications; fringe benefits. Apply to: Dr. Garrett Droppers, Chairman, University Library Committee, c/o Herrick Memorial Library, Alfred University, Alfred, New York 14802.

Cataloging

CATALOGERfor growing junior college library. Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. M.L.S. preferred. Apply Dr. Jack Rodgers, President, Odessa College, P.O. Box 3752, Odessa, Texas 79760.

CATALOGER:$7500 and up, depending on qualifications. To direct cataloging, processing, and classification of book (L.C.). Requires MLS or BSLS. Does not require medical library experience. Apply to John A. Rindone, Librarian, Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery, 2105 Independence Ave., Kansas City, Missouri 64124.

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES,Kent, Ohio 44240. An equal opportunity employer. Two new positions are open for immediate appointment in the Catalog department, for general cataloger and for cataloger for science materials. Familiarity with LC classification is essential; professional cataloging experience desirable but not required. Faculty rank. Excellent fringe benefits. Beginning salary $8,000 but dependent upon qualifications. Write to Miss Dorothy M. Green, Associate Librarian for Personnel, and include résumé.

CATALOG LIBRARIAN. MLSfrom accredited library school. 1-2 years experience with LC desirable. Faculty status with usual fringe benefits. Two months vacation. Salary range: $7,000-$9,500. Send resumé and references to: Gladys M. Brownell, Librarian, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York 12866.

CATALOGERS.The University of Akron needs two experienced catalogers and one without prior experience. MLS, knowledge of LC necessary. Background in serials or music or science helpful. Salary $8,000 and up, depending on experience. Fringe benefits excellent. Apply H. P. Schrank, Jr., University Librarian, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44304.

CATALOGER,literature and general materials; at least one year experience and knowledge of German, French or Italian. 39 hour week, month leave, fringe benefits. Salary competitive. Equal opportunity employer. Apply Dr. Robert K. Johnson, Librarian, University of Arizona Library, Tucson, Arizona 85721. Position available July 1.

CATALOGERto assume the directorship of the existing department and plan control of all technical processing as additional staff are added. M.L.S. and some experience required. Salary open, depending upon experience. Benefits include T.I.A.A., one month summer vacation plus academic Christmas and Spring vacations, academic status. Send resume to R. S. Emerick, Librarian, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, New York 14456.

Miscellaneous

THEOLOGICAL AND PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIANin library serving liberal arts college and theological seminary. MLS and academic background in theology required. Salary open, with generous fringe benefits. Apply to Dr. Glen C. Stewart, Director, College and Seminary Library, Naperville, Illinois 60540.

Multiple

WISCONSIN STATE UNIVERSITY,River Falls seeks candidates for two openings to work in new air conditioned library. Circulation librarian to supervise main circulation desk and reserve desk. Two classified assistants plus student help. We intend to change present circulation system and offer challenge in selecting new one. Reference librarian to handle reference and bibliographic needs for an emerging university. Reginning salary is $8500 for the academic year. Summer session optional at 2/9 additional salary. M.S.L.S. required. Professional librarians receive rank and faculty privileges, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, group insurance, social security plus new retirement system. Both positions begin September 1, 1969. We offer small town atmosphere with metropolitan Twin Cities attractions only one half hour driving time away. Apply Richard A. Cooklock, Librarian, Wisconsin State University, River Falls 54022.

SOMERSET COUNTYCollege Library, located in pleasant suburban area near mountains and beaches, has several professional openings: (1) Media Specialist—Broad background of curriculum and instructional methods, graphics, photography, television, radio, instructional materials and programmed learning. Masters Degree in A.-V. Media, 2 years experience. (2) Acquisition Librarian—Keen interest in automation, wide academic background, comprehension of the publishing business and new purchasing methods. M.L.S., 2 years experience. (3) Assistant Cataloger—Vital experience in original book cataloging and cataloging of A.-V. and Media materials, interest in systems analysis and all phases of new methods in technical processing. M.L.S., 2 years experience. Salaries dependent on qualifications and experience. Liberal fringe benefits including TIAA. Faculty rank. Send résumé to Richard T. Samuelson, Library Director, Somerset County College Library, 132 Jefferson Ave., Green Brook, N. J. 08812, or telephone 201-752-3907.

QUALIFIED LIBRARIANSin all specialties needed for college and university positions listed with us throughout the year by academic institutions seeking faculty and staff members. Enrollment includes notices of up-to-date vacancies, storage of your credentials for your use at any time, and other features. Write for enrollment information. AMERICAN COLLEGE BUREAU and UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE STAFFING CENTER, 28 East Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. 60604. Phone A.C. 312-427-6662.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS. Positions available May 1, 1969:DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN (Librarian II, $7,908-$10,092). Assignment will involve work relating to federal and international documents. SERIALS ORDER LIBRARIAN, ACQUISITIONS DEPARTMENT (Librarian III, $9,372-$ll,388). Supervises acquisi-program for serials. Experience desirable. Position available July 1, 1969: DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN (Librarian I, $7,146-$7,908). Assignment will involve work relating to federal and state documents. Positions available July 1, 1969 subject to approval of 1969/70 University Budget: CATALOGERS (Librarian III, $9,372-$ll,388). Prior experience and background in physical sciences desirable. (Librarian II, $7,908-$10,092). Prior experience, knowledge of a foreign language or a scientific field desirable. REFERENCE LIBRARIANS (Librarian II, $7,908-$10,092). General reference experience in an academic library desirable. Appointment at lower classifications possible for most positions listed if requisite experience is lacking. Salary dependent upon training and experience. Normally two years of professional experience is required for Librarian II appointments. Graduate degree in Library Science required. Davis is a pleasant university town 75 minutes by freeway from San Francisco and the Bay Area. Apply to J. R. Blanchard, University of California Library, Davis, California 95616.

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY STATE COLLEGEinvites applications for 1) Science Bibliographer responsible for developing science collection and maintaining liaison with science faculty, academic background in sciences, L II ($661- $886) or L III ($759-$969); 2) Catalog Librarian to do original cataloging with excellent clerical support, foreign language competence desirable, L I ($600-$661) or L II ($661- $886); 3) Assistant Circulation Librarian to work with automated circulation system, interest ‚ in data processing desirable, L I ($600- $661) or L II ($661-$886); 4) General Reference Librarian, L I ($600-$661) or L II ($661-$886). Contact: Mr. Phillip Wesley at San Fernando Valley State College Library, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, California 91324 or at ALA Conference, June 22 through June 28, Claridge Hotel.

Public Services

INFORMATION SPECIALISTto serve needs of Colorado industry under State Technical Services Act. Provide reference, literature search and photocopy services with staff of one sub-professional plus student assistants. Participate in promotional activities including newsletters, displays, some local travel. Must be able to work with literature of sciences, business and technology in serving technical clientele. Initially under general direction of Business Librarian, position offers opportunity to assume increasing responsibilities for entire operation. Annual salary to $9,500.00 depending on qualifications. Faculty rank with all perquisites; eligibility for TIAA; 22 days vacation; transportation to one professional meeting each year. Candidates must have MLS from ALA accredited library school. Position available approximately August 1, 1969. Send complete resumes to Leo W. Cabell, Assistant Director for Public Services, University of Colorado Libraries, Boulder, Colorado 80302.

OREGON—WESTWARD HO!!!Rewarding challenge and professional growth await in position on Oregon State Library administrative staff. State Capital, Salem, offers choice living and recreation for sports or cultural interests. Near urban benefits, scenic Pacific and Cascade natural wonders. Enjoy progressive civic activities or timeless qualities of nature in land of open space! We need: DIRECTOR OF READERS’ SERVICES. Administrative and supervisory responsibilities, as Division Director, for acquisition, reference, loan record, and circulation services of State Library. Recommends policy relating to public services and development of State Library collection. Fifth year Master of Library Science degree required, plus five years of progressively responsible professional library service, including administrative and reference experience. Salary negotiable, depending on qualifications, within $10,350-$12,360 pay range. APPLY: Oregon State Library, Salem, Oregon 97310, Telephone 364-2171, Ext. 308.

OPPORTUNITY FOR A CREATIVE PUBLIC SERVICE LIBRARIAN:Head of Social Sciences Division, Eastern Michigan University Library, situated in a region of unusual cultural and educational opportunities. New airconditioned building. Supervises staff of four other professionals, three clericals and student assistants. Gives reference service, coordinates book selection in the social sciences, works with faculty in the social science departments, develops new programs and collections. U.S. documents and a small University Archives are in this division. Position carries rank of assistant professor with complete academic status and is paid on regular faculty salary scale, plus additional compensation for summer session. Salary open. All regular faculty vacations. Master’s degree in library science and in one of the social sciences, sound reference experience, and demonstrated planning and supervisory ability required. Position opens September 1, 1969. Apply to E. W. Erickson, head librarian, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

PUBLIC SERVICES LIBRARIANfor growing liberal arts college. Ten minutes from center city Philadelphia. Excellent opportunity for varied experience. Supervision of circulation and periodicals. Share reference and student orientation. Two years experience preferred. Position open after May 15. TIAA. Rank of instructor. Beginning salary $8,000-9,000, depending on qualifications and experience. Apply to: Parker Worley, Librarian, Rutgers Library in South Jersey, Camden, N.J. 08102.

Reference Services

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRABIES,Kent, Ohio 44240. An equal opportunity employer. The Reference Department has openings for two additional staff in specialized areas of Science and Business & Economics, to provide general reference service within the main library and to serve as liaison between the Library and corresponding College and faculty groups. Qualifications include professional experience and sound competence in the respective subject fields. Faculty rank. Excellent fringe benefits. Salary $9,000. Positions open for immediate appointment. Write to Miss Dorothy M. Green, Associate Librarian for Personnel, and include resume.

GENEBAL REFERENCE,$7600 and up, depending on qualifications. Miami University, founded in 1809, has an enrollment of 11,000 and a library of over 500,000 volumes and offers accredited doctorates in 10 subjects. Oxford is a sylvan university town near Hueston Woods state park and 35 miles northwest of Cincinnati. Apply to John Weatherford, Associate Director and University Librarian, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056.

HEAD, REFERENCE DEPARTMENT.Northern Illinois University is searching for an experienced librarian to lead the 12 full time staff members of its general reference department. This is a challenging position, offering as it does, major opportunities for professional fulfillment and growth; it will include participation in planning an entirely new University library system. The responsibilities associated with this position demand that applicants have a masters degree in library science, a minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible reference service, including several years of administrative experience, plus demonstrable leadership ability. Minimum salary $13,200 for 12 months contract, Illinois Retirement System benefits, academic status, one month vacation. Applicants should have transcripts and letters of application sent to George M. Nenonen, Personnel Director, University Library, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 60115.

TECHNICAL LIBRARY SUPERVISOR.The American Oil Company and Amoco Chemicals Corporation Research and Development Laboratories are seeking a Supervisor for their Whiting, Indiana technical library. The library consists of 25,000 bound volumes plus periodicals and technical documents in the fields of petroleum refining and chemical technology. Duties include: selection of books, journals and other reference materials, supervising the professional and non-professional staff, operation of the computerized system of records and catalogs, and assistance in planning for library facilities in the new Standard Oil Technical Center in Naperville, Illinois. Science or engineering degree plus advanced degree in library science and supervisory experience are desired. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact: J. J. Azman, American Oil Company, Research & Development Department, P.O. Box 431, Whiting, Indiana 46394. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Subject Specialists

LAW LIBRARY, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY,requires experienced law cataloger, Senior Librarian, $9000, available July 1. Law degree preferred; two year’s relevant exp. reqd. Law Library over 58,000 volumes; this will be an addition to present professional staff of five. Experience with Los Angeles County classification highly desirable. Ask for details and supply full information to: D. A. Redmond, Chief Librarian, Queen’s University at Kingston, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. An equal opportunity employer.

SCIENCE-OPTOMETRY LIBRARIAN.B.S. and accredited Library degree. Preferably M.S., some Science teaching experience, or comparable experience. Principal responsibilities include bibliographic and reference service to Science and College of Optometry faculty and students … complete liaison between library and Science departments and College of Optometry. Small, congenial library staff; new building; salary approx. $8500. Faculty rank; Blue Cross and Major Medical paid by University. Apply with credentials to Louis Flannery, Librarian, Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon 97116.

Technical Services

LIBRARIANwanted for expanding private non-denominational four year college located in Midwest, enrollment 700. Position is one of responsibility in the area of technical processes with good chance to develop your own area. Salary open, position grants 2 months vacation, academic vacations, and good fringe benefits. Experience preferred, but not necessary for the right person. Dr. Gerald Hansen, Midwestern College, Denison, Iowa 51442.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR. $18,000salary and excellent fringe benefits for an Assistant Director to take overall administrative and organizational responsibility for the technical services of a large research library system. The appointee’s prime concerns will be the implementation of on-line, computer-based, operations and network coordination, and the supervision of completion over the next thirty months of a new eleven million dollar building. Applicants, who should have relevant experience, may have initial interviews at the A.L.A. 1969 Convention, and should send resumes to: Mr. Warren N. Boes, Director of Libraries, Room 208 Main Library, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 13210.

ASSISTANT DIRECTORfor Technical Services. Faculty status and rank. Good fringe package. Salary negotiable but not below $12,000. State institution with doctoral programs. $300,000, plus, materials budget. Interesting automation projects. Box 755 CRL, 50 E. Huron, Chicago 60611.

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA LIBRARYrequires a SERIALS LIBRARIAN. Previous experience in serials work (preferably cataloguing) essential. Varied duties will include training and supervision of bibliographic assistants, editing a computerized serials catalogue, developing other specialized listings and bibliographies, and generally assisting the Head of a rapidly-growing Division. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Full faculty fringe benefits, plus the intangibles of life in British Columbia’s capital city. Apply to Mr. D. W. Halliwell, University Librarian, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C., Canada.

YORK UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES,TORONTO, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES. Library in a University which was founded in 1960. Holdings total 400,000 volumes of which 90,000 volumes were added last year. Duties include supervision of a staff of eighty people. The Library is proceeding on automation projects, including the implementation of Marc II tapes, and has on staff six subject bibliographers. Book budget of over a million dollars. Library will be moving to a central building of some 260,000 square feet in 1970. Salary within the range $13,000 to $17,000. Position open June 1, 1969. Address enquiries to Director of Libraries, York University, Downsview, Toronto, Ontario.

ASSISTANT SERIALS LIBRARIAN.Librarian II, step 4, $9,156. Open July 1, 1969. Assist in serials acquisition and resources development in the humanities and social sciences in a rapidly growing Serials Department, and head the bibliographic searching section of the department. Some reference work will be possible. The Serials Department is organized to provide all services relating to serials. A good technical-bibliographic background in serials, experience in acquisitions, and a subject specialty in one of the humanities or social sciences are highly desirable. This position offers an excellent opportunity both to specialize in or gain mastery over technical-bibliographic work along academic subject lines and to be involved in readers’ service. “WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.” University of California, Riverside, California 92502.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES.Catalogers, acquisitions librarians, and public services specialist. Experience, one year administrative. M.L.S. Three year old state college library in formative stages in south Los Angeles County. Desire to be part of a dynamic academic environment is important. Salary $9,100-$10,000, depending on qualifications. Benefits include one month vacation and California state retirement. Contact: B. Gallo, California State College, Dominguez Hills-Library, 809 E. Victoria Street, Dominguez Hills, California 90247.

HEAD OF TECHNICAL PROCESSESto direct order, serials and cataloging activities of a growing liberal arts college library of 85,000 vols. Converting to LC. Degree from ALA accredited school and professional experience at a supervisory level. Salary $8,500-$11,000, depending on experience. Generous benefits. Send resume to James E. Gaines, Jr., Library Director, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Ala 35204.

HEAD, SERIALS DEPARTMENT.Oakland University has an immediate opening for an experienced Serials Librarian, who will supervise a staff of three (including one professional) plus student assistants. Serials Head will work with faculty to develop the serials collection, and will be responsible for the Central Serials Record and binding preparation. Oakland is a rapidly expanding State University, set in beautiful surroundings, twenty-five miles north of Detroit. Acquisitions and circulation records are already on computer. The salary is $10,000, plus substantial fringe benefits. An M.L.S. from an accredited library school is required. Send resume to: W. Royce Butler, University Librarian, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan 48063.

Special Collections

CHIEF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN:administer and develop growing collections of rare books, manuscripts, Western Americana; some related experience required. 39 hour week, month leave, fringe benefits. Salary competitive. Equal opportunity employer. Apply Dr. Robert K. Johnson, Librarian, University of Arizona Library, Tucson Arizona 85721. Position available July 1.

Gale reprint editions of universal, national, and subject bibliographies

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William Spohn Baker

BIBLIOTHECA WASHINGTONIANA: a descriptive list of the biographies and biographical sketches of George Washington.

An annotated, chronological listing of 502 American and foreign titles which covers the period 1777 to 1889. 1889/179p./$9.00

Thomas Lindsley Bradford

THE BIBLIOGRAPHER’S MANUAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY, containing an account of all stateterritorytownand county histories relating to the United States.

A list of 6,065 state and local histories that contain verbatim copies of their titles and useful bibliographical notes together with prices at which they were sold. 1798/5 vol./l,798p./$68.00

Paul Brockelt

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AERONAUTICS.

An exhaustive compilation of more than 13,000 books, articles, and pamphlets written in English, French, German, and Italian between 1860 and 1910 by pioneers in the science of aeronautics. 1910/940p./$37.00

Friedrich Adolf Ebert

GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY.

Translated from the German, this universal bibliography has 24,280 alphabetically arranged entries that go beyond mere description of editions and provide valuable notes that are in turn humorous, caustic, and moralistic. 1837/4 vol./2,069p./$98.50

Thomas W. Field

AN ESSAY TOWARDS AN INDIAN BIBLIOGRAPHY, being a catalogue of books relating to the historyantiquitieslanguagescustomsreligionwarsliterature, and origin of the American Indians.

Reprinted from the 1873 edition, the 1,708 American and foreign works include travelers’ accounts; missionary journals; government reports; and Indian narratives, traditions, legends, and languages. 1873/ 430p./$12.50

George Gatfield

GUIDE TO PRINTED BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS RELATING TO ENGLISH AND FOREIGN HERALDRY AND GENEALOGY; b‹›iiig a classified catalogue of works of those branches of literature.

Aclassified guide to over 17,500 books, periodicals, and manuscripts covering family histories, Pedigrees, peerage cases, crests, arms, mottoes, and allied subjects. 1892/646p./$19-50

Jacob Harry Hollander

THE ECONOMIC LIBRARY OF JACOB H. HOLLANDER.

Compiled by Elsie A. G. Marsh, this is an inventory of 4,071 items in one of the greatest economics collections in the world. It includes 3,860 books and pamphlets published from 1574 to 1936 arranged by date of publication, as well as numerous personal letters and engraved and photographic portraits of eminent economists. 1937/324p./$14.50

Nikolaus Trübner

TRÜBNER’S BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE TO AMERICAN LITERATURE: a classed list of books published in the United States during the last forty yearswith bibliographical introduction, notesand alphabetical index.

This 10,000-entry bibliography began the authentic record of literary progress in America and remains the only classed bibliography of the time. The main part, “Classed List of Books,” classifies the literature of thirty-one subject areas. 1859/703p./$27.50

William Swan Sonnenschein New introduction by Francesco Cordasco

THE BEST BOOKS. A reader’s guide and literary reference bookbeing a contribution towards systematic bibliography3rd ed.

A list of 150,000 works arranged by author and subject, covering every department of science, art, and literature, with the price, size and publisher’s name (both English and American) of each book. Volume VI offers one of the twentieth century’s most valuable and comprehensive author, title, and subject indexes, plus the addresses of some 1,500 British publishers, private presses, learned societies, etc. 1910- 1935/6 voL/3,816p./$165.00

Robert Watt

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ROBERT WATT, M.D.

Edited with an essay by Francesco Cordasco, this work includes Watt’s Catalogue of Medical Books— about 1,000 volumes of the important medical literature of the time which has been called the best available bibliography of eighteenth-century medicine. 1950/72p./$8.50

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AWARDS, HONORS AND PRIZES

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Listed and described are more than 2,000 different awards and prizes given in recognition of outstanding achievement in the fields of Literature, Art, Science, Education, Advertising and Public Relations, Business, Government, Finance, Engineering, Technology, Sports, Religion, Public Affairs, Radio and Television, Politics, Librarianship, Fashion, Medicine, Law, Publishing, International Affairs, Transportation, Architecture, Journalism, Motion Pictures, Music, Photography, or Theater and the Performing Arts.

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