ACRL

COLLEGE & RESEARCH LIBRARIES

College and Research Libraries

Volume 30, 1969

PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES, A DIVISION OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

INDEX TO VOL. 30

(including CRL News issues)

Prepared by Richard Schimmelpfeng

ABBREVIATIONSStandard abbreviations for names of organizations, ALA, ACRL, LC, etc., are alphabetized as if spelled out. Other abbreviations:
appt. —appointment
cat.(s) —catalog(s)
coll. —college
ed. —editor, edition.
l.(s), ln.(s) —library (ies), librarians)
port. —portrait
ref. —reference
rev. —review (er)
s(before page numbers) —CRL Newsissues
univ. —university

A

Abstracts, 70-74; 174-80; 278-81; 385-87; 450-51; 547-49

“Academic Ins. salaries,” Schiller, 101-11

“Academic 1. salaries in a seven-state area,” Massman, 477-82

“The academic 1. world—not so round,” Bixler, 362-64

Acquisitions, sll; s35; s71-72; s111-13; S165-66; sl93; 195-96; s235-37; s270, 272, 274, 276-77; s335-38; s358, 361; s387-90

Adams, Ruth L., “Book selection in academic Is.: a new approach,” 437-42

“An allocation formula derived from a factor analysis of academic departments,” McGrath, Huntsinger and Barber, 51-62

ALA, Education and Behavioral Sciences Subsection, chairman’s letter, s5-7

ALA, Library Technology Program, s231-32

ALA, midwinter meeting, Washington, Jan. 1969, announcement, s1, 3

ALA, Subcommittee to Study the ALA Dues Structure, report, SI89-90

ALA, use of name, s1

Appointments, s20-23; s53-55;

s83-84; S131-32; S179, 181; s212; S255-56; s300-03; s346; S372-74; s411-17

“Archibald MacLeish, Ln. of Congress,” Goldschmidt, 12-24

Ash, Joan, “The exchange of academic dissertations,” 237-41

ACRL, Art Libraries Subsection, SI07-10

ACRL Board of Directors, meeting, Washington, Jan. 30-31, 1969, brief of minutes, s97-99, 101-04; meeting, Atlantic City, June 26, 1969, brief of minutes, 316-18

ACRL officers, 1969/70, s320, 322-23

ACRL President, report, June 1969, S313-15

ACRL, Section & Subsection Committee chairmen, s356-57

ACRL Subject Specialists Section, bylaws, proposed changes, s384

ACRL, Subject Specialists Section, Agriculture and Biological Sciences Subsection, meeting, Jan. 30, 1969, brief of minutes, s150-51

ACRL Subject Specialist Section, Education and Behavioral Science Subsection, meeting, June 24, 1969, brief of minutes, S353-55

ARL meeting, Washington, Jan. 1969, brief of minutes, s155-63; meeting, Atlantic City, June 21, 1969, brief of minutes, s324, 327-28, 330-31, 334

Automation, 112-18; 307-11; 397-404; 431-36; 483-90

Automation in Ls.,Kimber, rev. of, 273-74

B

Bach, Harry, “The snows of yesteryear,” 301-06

Barber, Gary R., “An allocation formula derived from a factor analysis of academic departments,” 51-62

Bauer, Harry C., rev., 544

Belknap, George N., Oregon Imprints, 1845-1870, rev. of, 449

Berner, Richard C., “Description of manuscript collections; a single network system,” 405-16

Bettis, M. Gary, “Description of manuscript collections; a single network system,” 405-16

Bixler, Paul, “The academic 1. world—not so round,” 362-64

Bobinski, George S., Carnegie Ls.; Their History and Impact on American Public L. Development, rev. of, 448

“Book reading among coll, students in Pusan, Korea,” Lewis, 518-24

“Book selection in academic Is.: a new approach,” Schad and Adams, 437-42

“Book tearing and the bystander in the univ. 1.,” Hoppe and Simmel, 247-51

Bookplates for Ls.; Contemporary Designs for School, Public Coll, and Univ. Ls.,Shickell, rev. of, 68

Bowman, Ben C., appt. & port., s252

Budington, William Stone, appt. & port., s79

Buildings, sll; s35, 38; s72-73; S113-14; S196; s239; s280

Bundy, Mary Lee, ed., Reader in L. Administration, rev. of, 382-83

Burkhalter, Barton R., ed., Case Studies in Systems Analysis in a Univ. L., rev. of, 63-64

Byrd, Cecil K., L. Development in Eight Asian Countries, rev. of, 170-71

C

Cain, Stith M., “Service hours in selected academic Is.,” 265-66

Carnegie Ls.; Their History and Impact on American Public L. Development,Bobinski, rev. of, 448

Case Studies in Systems Analysis in a Univ. L.,Burkhalter, ed., rev. of, 63-64

“Centralized 1. purchasing and technical processing for six colls, in Alabama and Mississippi; a report,” Phinazee and Jordan, 369-70

“Characteristics of use of geology literature,” Craig, 230-36

“Choosing data conversion equipment,” Simmons, 431-36

Christ, John M., “Functional analysis and 1. science,” 242-46

Church well, Charles Darrett, appt., s371

Circulation services, 45-50

“Classifying courses in the univ. cat.,” McGrath and Durand, 533-39

“The college 1. in New York’s 3R system,” Josey, 32-38

“The computer and theological materials,” Taylor, 252-59

“Cooperation among small academic Is.,” Lehman, 491-97

Copeland, J. Isaac, rev., 171

“Copyright and photocopying: an experiment in cooperation,” Roberts, 222-29

Copyright in Historical Perspective,Patterson, rev. of, 172-73

Cornell, George W., appt. & port., s252-53

Cox, Nigel S. M., ed., Organization and Handling of Bibliographic Records by Computer, rev. of, 64-65

Craig, J. E. G., “Characteristics of use of geology literature,” 230-36

Cunningham, Jay L., rev., 64-65

D

“Description of manuscript collections; a single network system,” Berner and Bettis, 405-16

Development of Ls. and L. Science in India,Mookerjee, rev. of, 546-47

“Doctoral degrees and 1. resources,” Downs, 417-21

Dougherty, Richard Martin, appt. as ed. of C & RL, sl49

Downs, Robert B., “Doctoral degrees and 1. resources,” 417-21

Drott, M. Carl, “Random sampling: a tool for 1. research,” 119-25

Durand, Norma, “Classifying courses in the univ. cat.,” 533-39

Dyke, James, appt., s211

E

“The economic goal of 1. automation,” Kilgour, 307-11

“The empirical study of ref.,” Gardiner, 130-55

Encyclopedia of L. and Information Science,Kent and Lancour, eds., rev. of, 171-72

English, Thomas H., Roads to Research: Distinguished. L.

Collections of the Southeast,rev. of, 171

Ernst, William B., appt., s254

Evaluation of the MEDLARS Demand Search Service,Lancaster, rev. of, 68-69

Evans, Robert Wilkinson, appt. & port., s253-54

“The exchange of academic dissertations,” Ash, 237-41

“Exemption tests in 1. education,” Hamsher and Harvey, 161-69

F

“Faculty loan policies in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana,” Netz, 45-50

Federal budget cuts, s230-31

Freitag, Wolfgang M., “Wanted: a new index to exhibition cats.,” 540-43

“From inside the DLP,” Stokes, s7; s33, 37; s87; SI05, 136; SI53; s209; s232; s269; s323; s357, s384

“Functional analysis and 1. science,” Christ, 242-46

G

Gardiner, G. L., “The empirical study of ref.,” 130-55

Goldschmidt, Eva, “Archibald MacLeish, Ln. of Congress,” 12-24

Grosch, Audrey N., “Implications of on-line systems techniques for a decentralized research 1. system,” 112-18

Grose, Michael W., ed., Organization and Handling of Bibliographic Records by Computer, rev. of, 64-65

H

Haas, Warren J., “The role of the building consultant,” 365-68

Hamlin, Arthur T., appt. & port., s52-53

Hamsher, Mary Jane, “Exemption tests in 1. education,” 161-69

Hanson, Roger K., appt. & port., s211

Haro, Robert P., “Some problems in the conversion of a coll, to a univ. 1.,” 260-64

Harrer, Gustave A., rev., 446-47

Harvey, John F., “Exemption tests in 1. education,” 161-69

Heron, David, rev., 68

Hess, Marion G., rev., 65-67

Hintz, Carl W., rev., 546-47

Holly, James F., appt. & port., S177, 179

Hoppe, Ronald A., “Book tearing and the bystander in the univ. 1.,” 247-51

Hughes, Louise Womack, “South of explosive exponentialism in academic Is.,” 344-51

Huntsinger, Ralph C., “An allocation formula derived from a factor analysis of academic departments,” 51-62

I

“Implications of on-line systems techniques for a decentralized research 1. system,” Grosch, 112-18

Indiana Univ. L. fires, sl35; s227

“Information systems management in the small liberal coll.,” Johnson and King, 483-90

Ingraham, Mark H., The Mirror of Brass; the Compensation and Working Conditions of Coll, and Univ. Administrators, rev. of, 275-76

Irvine, Betty Jo., “Slide collections in art Is.,” 443-45

J

Jacob, Emerson, appt. & port., s19

Jenks, George M., appt., s179

Jennings, Michael A., “Optimizing 1. automation with a central dynamic store,” 397-404

Johnson, Herbert F., “Information systems management in the small liberal coll.,” 483-90

Jordan, Casper L., “Centralized 1. purchasing and technical processing for six colls, in Alabama and Mississippi; a report,” 369-70

Josey, E. J., “The coll. 1. in New York’s 3R system,” 32-38

“The junior coll, impact on academic lnship,” Shores, 214-21

Junior Coll. Lns. Institute, s110

Junior Coll. Ls.: Development, Needs, and Perspectives,Moore, ed., rev. of, 544-45

Junior Coll. L. Information Center, s135

K

Kaser, David, ACRL President’s report, s313-15; L. Development in Eight Asian Countries, rev. of, 170-71; rev., 449

Keller, John E., “Program budgeting and cost benefit analysis in Is.,” 156-60

Kent, Allen, ed., Encyclopedia of L. and Information Science, rev. of, 171-72

Kilgour, Frederick G., “The economic goal of 1. automation,” 307-11

Kimber, Richard T., Automation in Ls., rev. of, 273-74

King, Jack B., “Information systems management in the small liberal coll.,” 483-90

Kister, Kenneth F., Social Issues and L. Problems; Case Studies in the Social Sciences, rev. of, 446

Klempner, Irving M., “A unified curriculum for information science,” 335-41

Klotsche, J. Martin, “The role of the academic 1. in urban development,” 126-29

Krikelas, James, “Subject searches using two cats.: a comparative evaluation,” 506-17

Kronick, David A., rev., 68-69

Kuhlman, A. Frederick, A Report on the Consumer Survey of New Serial Titles, rev. of, 67-68

L

Lancaster, F. W., Evaluation of the MEDLARS Demand Search Service, rev. of, 68-69

Lancour, Harold, Encyclopedia of L. and Information Science, rev. of, 171-72

Lane, David O., appt. & port., s298

The Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Program … an Imaginative Venture,Savary, rev. of, 276-77

Lehman, James O., “Cooperation among small academic Is.,” 491-97

Lewis, Mary Genevieve, “L. orientation for Asian coll, students,” 267-72

Lewis, Ralph, “Book reading among coll, students in Pusan, Korea,” 518-24

“Librarians and faculty status,” s65

Librarianship in Canada, 1946 to 1967; Essays in Honour of Elizabeth Homer Morton,Peel, ed., rev. of, 274-75

“Libraries as organizations,” Ray ward, 312-26

Library Development in Eight Asian Countries,Kaser, Stone and Byrd, rev. of, 170-71

Library Effectiveness, a Systems Approach,Morse, rev. of, 448-49

“Librarv of Congress Pilot Preservation Project,” Shaffer, 5-11

“Library orientation for Asian coll, students,” Lewis, 267-72

Library Resources Fellowship Program, s225-26

Locke, W. N., “Selling books in Is.,” 39-44

Logsdon, Richard, appt. & port., s254-55

Lowell, Mildred Hawksworth, The Management of Ls. and Information Centers, rev. of, 446-47

M

McGrath, William E., “An allocation formula derived from a factor analvsis of academic departments,” 51-62; “Classifying courses in the univ. cat.,” 533-39

MacLeish, Archibald, 12-24

The Management of Ls. and Information Centers,Lowell, rev. of, 446-47

Marshall, A. P., appt. & port., 5298- 99

Massman, Virgil F., “Academic 1. salaries in a seven-state area,” 477-82

The Maturity of Lnship as a Profession,Shaffer, rev. of, 383-84

Miller, Ron, rev., 273-74

The Mirror of Brass; the Compensation and Working Conditions of Coll, and Univ. Administrators,Ingraham, rev. of, 275-76

Mookerjee, Subodh Kumar, Development of Ls. and L. Science in India, rev. of, 546-47

Moore, Everett LeRoy, ed., Junior Coll. Ls.: Development, Needs, and Perspectives, rev. of, 544-45

Morehouse, Harold G., appt. & port., sl79

Moriarty, John H., rev., 63-64

Morrison, Perry D., rev., 383-84

Morse, Philip M., L. Effectiveness, a Systems Approach, rev. of, 448-49

N

Nairn, Charles E., appt. & port., s79, 82

Necrology, s23; s55; s84; sl32; SI81; s212; s256; s303

Netz, David J., “Faculty loan policies in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana,” 45-50

“News from the field,” s11-15, 18; s35, 38-39, 41, 43-45, 47, 50-51; s71-78; s111-15, 117- 20, 124-26; SI65-75; s193, 195-205, 208-09; s235-43, 246-48, 250-51; s270, 272, 274, 276-77, 280-97; s335-45; s358, 361-70; 387-409

Northwestern Approaches: the First Century of Books,Smith, rev. of, 544

O

O’Keeffe, Richard L., appt. & port., s52

“Opinions of 1. science PhD’s about requirements for the PhD degree in 1. science,” Slavens, 525-32

“Optimizing 1. automation with a central dynamic store,” Jennings, 397-404

Oregon Imprints, 1845-1870,Belknap, rev. of, 449

Organization and Handling of Bibliographic Records by Computer,Cox and Grose, eds., rev. of, 64-65

Orne, Jerrold, “The place of the 1. in the evaluation of graduate work,” 25-31

Osterman, Linda, rev., 544-45

P

Parks, George, appt. & port., 5299-300

“Patterns of use of periodical literature,” Peterson, 422-30

Patterson, Lyman Ray, Copyright in Historical Perspective, rev. of, 172-73

Peel, Bruce, ed., Lnship in Canada, 1946 to 1967; Essays in Honour of Elizabeth Homer Morton, rev. of, 274-75

Personnel, SI9-23; s52-55; s79, 82-84; SI31-32, 136; sl77, 179, 181; s211-12; s252-56; S298-303; s345-46; s371-74; 411-17

Peterson, Stephen L., “Patterns of use of periodical literature,” 422-30

Phinazee, Annette Hoage, “Centralized 1. purchasing and technical processing for six colls, in Alabama and Mississippi; a report,” 369-70

Pittsburgh Ad Hoc Committee Against the L. Cut, s266

“The place of the 1. in the evaluation of graduate work,” Orne, 25-31

Pourciau, Lester J., rev., 275-76 Preconference institutes, June, 1969, sl54

“Program budgeting and cost benefit analysis in Is.,” Keller, 156-60

R

“Random sampling: a tool for 1. research,” Drott, 119-25

Rayward, W. Boyd, “Ls. as organizations,” 312-26

Reader in L. Administration,Wasserman and Bundy, eds., rev. of, 382-83

“Reference books,” Sheehy, 75-84; 371-80

Reference services, 130-55

“Regional medical 1. planning in the southeastern United States,” Steinke and Tannehill, 327-34

“The relevance of statistics to 1. evaluation,” Salverson, 352-61

A Report on the Consumer Survey of New Serial Titles,Kuhlman, rev. of, 67-68

“Residence hall ls. and their educational potential,” Stanford, 197-203

Retirements, s23; s55; s84; sl32, 136; SI81; s212; s256; s303; s346; s374; s417

Richards, James H., Jr., appt. & port., s82-83

Roads to Research: Distinguished L. Collections of the Southeast,English, rev. of, 171

Roberts, Matt, “Copyright and photocopying: an experiment in cooperation,” 222-29

Rodgers, Frank, appt. & port., S371-72

Rogers, Rutherford D., appt. & port., sl31

“The role of the academic 1. in urban development,” Klotsche, 126-29

“The role of the building consultant,” Haas, 365-68

Rothstein, Samuel, rev., 274-75 Ryberg, Theodore, appt. & port., s83

S

Sage, Charles R., appt., s268 Saha, Jibananda, Special Ls. and Information Services in India and in the U.S.A., rev. of, 545-46

Salverson, Carol A., “The relevance of statistics to 1. evaluation,” 352-61

Savary, M. J., The Latin American Cooperative Acquisitions Program … an Imaginative Venture, rev. of, 276-77

Schad, Jasper G., “Book selection in academic Is.: a new approach,” 437-42

Scherer, Henry, appt. as vice-president ATLA, & port., s345

Schieber, William D., Telefacsimile in Ls., rev. of, 65-67

Schiller, Anita R., “Academic Ins. salaries,” 101-11

“Selling books in Is.,” Locke, 39-44

“Service hours in selected academic Is.,” Cain, 265-66

Shaffer, Dale Eugene, The Maturity of Lnship as a Profession, rev. of, 383-84

Shaffer, Norman J., “L. of Congress Pilot Preservation Project,” 5-11

“The Shared Cataloging Program; the importance of being ordered,” Williams, 342-43

Sheehy, Eugene P., “Selected ref. books,” 75-84; 371-80

Shickell, Edward H., Bookplates for Ls.; Contemporary Designs for School, Public, Coll, and Univ. Ls., rev. of, 68

Shoffner, Ralph M., Telefacsimile in Ls., rev. of, 65-67

Shores, Louis, “The junior coll, impact on academic lnship,” 214-21

Simmel, Edward C., “Book tearing and the bystander in the univ. 1.,” 247-51

Simmons, Peter, “Choosing data conversion equipment,” 431-36

Slavens, Thomas P., “Opinions of 1. science PhD’s about requirements for the PhD degree in 1. science,” 525-32

“Slide collections in art Is.,” Irvine, 443-45

Smith, Eldred, rev., 446

Smith, R. D. Hilton, Northwestern Approaches: the First Century of Books, rev. of, 544

“The snows of yesteryear,” Bach, 301-06

Social Issues and L. Problems; Case Studies in the Social Sciences,Kister, rev. of, 446

“Some problems in the conversion of a coll, to a univ. 1.,” Haro, 260-64

“South of explosive exponentialism in academic Is.,” Hughes, 344-51

Special Ls. and Information Services in India and in the U.S.A.,Saha, rev. of, 545-46

Stanford, Edward B., “Residence hall Is. and their educational potential,” 197-203

Statistics, 352-61

Steinke, Eleanor G., “Regional medical 1. planning in the southeastern United States,” 327-34

Stevens, Norman D., “Three early academic 1. surveys,” 498-505; rev., 448

Stevens, Rolland E., rev., 171-72

Stokes, Katherine M., “From inside the DLP,” s7; s33, 37; s87; s105, 136; sl53; s209; s232; s269; s323; s357; 384

Stone, C. Walter, L. Development in Eight Asian Countries, rev. of, 170-71

“Subject searches using two cats.: a comparative evaluation,” Krikelas, 506-17

T

Tannehill, Robert S., “Regional medical 1. planning in the southeastern United States,” 327-34

Taylor, Larry D., “The computer and theological materials,” 252-59

Telefacsimile in Ls.,Schieber and Shoffner, rev. of, 65-67 Thompson, Donald E., rev., 382-83

“Three early academic 1. surveys,” Stevens, 498-505

Treyz, Joseph H., rev., 67-68

Trueswell, Richard W., “User circulation satisfaction vs. size of holdings at three academic Is.,” 204-13; erratum, 361; rev., 448-49

U

“A unified curriculum for information science,” Klempner, 335-41

“User circulation satisfaction vs. size of holdings at three academic Is.,” Trueswell, 204-13; erratum, 361

V

Veenstra, John G., rev., 276-77

w

“Wanted: a new index to exhibition cats.,” Freitag, 540-43

Wasserman, Paul, ed., Reader in L. Administration, rev. of, 382-83

West, Stanley L., appt. & port., SI9-20; rev., 172-73

White, Carl M., rev., 170-71

Williams, Lorraine, “The Shared

Cataloging Program; the importance of being ordered,” 342-43

Wooster, Harold, rev., 545-46

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October: 5
November: 11
December: 0
2020
January: 9
February: 3
March: 5
April: 0
May: 1
June: 0
July: 3
August: 7
September: 5
October: 3
November: 2
December: 5
2019
January: 0
February: 0
March: 0
April: 0
May: 0
June: 0
July: 0
August: 12
September: 2
October: 3
November: 4
December: 3