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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 tenth of the month preceding publication of issue desired. Copy received after that time may be held for the next issue.

Rate for classified advertising is $1.25 per printed line. No additional charge is made for nonmember advertising.

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICEpublications at G.P.O. prices mailed within 72 hours. Order from Marv Broadbent, 4410 Josephine, Beltsville, Maryland 20705.

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONSmailed to you within 3 days. SuDocs price plus postage. Capital Documents Service, Box 4922, Washington 20008.


BOOK LANDERO, THE PERIPLUTIC BIB- LIODICIST, 11501 Sherman Way, North Hollywood, Ca. 91605, specializing in OP tomes in Literature, Social Sciences, Humanities, especially as listed in BCL, Lamont, Essay Index, Granger, etc. Catalogs Issued. Wants searched through personal peregrinations and PAN- AN ABSES.



For Sale—31 volumes in good condition for $100.00 express collect. Included are: 3 historic volumes dated 1884, 1911, and 1914. Also: an unbroken series of 28 volumes covering the years 1936 to 1968 inclusive. Edwin A. Mason, P.O. Box 32, Lincoln, Mass. 01773.

GEOLOGIC REFERENCE MATERIALwith emphasis on mineral economics consisting of Federal, States and other Geologic Publications relative to the Western United States, a 30 year collection, all out of print and over 1400 items in excellent condition. Price $14,500.00 as a lot only in the original files. Will personally deliver up to 1000 miles of 919 Ouray Avenue, phone 303-242-1208, Grand Junction, Colorado.


COLLEGE LIBRARIANSHIP or University Administrative position (Head, Assoc, or Asst. Directorship) sought by male, L.S. and Ph.D. degrees plus substantial university technical services, readers’ services experience. Midwest or Pacific Coast preferred but will consider other. $15,000 min. Box 765, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 60611.

LIBRARIAN, man, 45, married. M.A. (Lib.), Ph.D. (French). Seeks challenging directorship in quality program college/university library. 17 yrs. exp., 13 as Hd. Libn. 9 yrs. college teaching, inch Ind. Study Program Direction. Primary interests: collection building, library-curriculum-research integration. Building planning exp. Present salary $16,000. Available July/Sept. 1970. Box 768, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 60611.

FEMALE, M.S.L.S., 12 years varied experience. Background in sociology, political seience, history, education. Prefer small to medium sized academic institution. Prefer warm or mild climate. Especially interested in Texas, N. Mexico, Ariz. Available immediately. Box 769, CRL, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago 60611.



CATALOGER, LC classification, liberal arts college of 1,000 students, 100,000 volumes including government documents. Salary open, M.L.S. required, experience desirable. Faculty status, one month vacation, TIAA, Blue Cross and Major Medical available. In progressive city with cultural and recreational opportunities. Apply to: Judith Armstrong, Director, Drury College Library, Springfield, Missouri 65802.

CATALOGER. Immediate opening. To do original cataloging and classification and to revise work done by pre-professionals. MLS degree and experience with L.C. Classification required. Full faculty status and usual fringe benefits. Salary depending on qualifications. Suburban University located on Long Island, 35 minutes from Penn Station. Apply to Miss D. Nora Gallagher, Director, Adelphi University Library, Garden City, New York 11530.

HEAD CATALOGER. Northern Illinois University, where growth means opportunity, is looking for a librarian to lead and direct the more than 30 full time members of the cataloging department. This position is challenging and offers major opportunities for professional fulfillment and growth, including participation in planning an entirely new library system. The responsibilities of the position demand a Masters Degree in Library Science and a minimum of 5 years of cataloging experience, including not less than 2 years of administrative work, plus demonstrable leadership ability. Minimum salary $13,200 and up for 12 month contract, Illinois Retirement System benefits, academic status, one month vacation. Applicants should write to George M. Nenonen, Personnel Director, University Libraries, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 60115.

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER. One position open immediately. Head, Catalog Department. Appropriate experience required. Faculty rank, T.I.A.A., liberal benefits. Salary open, dependent on qualifications and experience. Send resume and 3 references to: PERSONNEL OFFICER, UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, UNIVERSITY OF DENVER, DENVER, COLORADO 80210.


QUEENS COLLEGE of The City University of New York seeks to fill the position of Chief Librarian of the Klapper Library. Present holdings include 325,000 volumes and 3,100 journals; accession rate of 30,000 volumes, with plans under way to accelerate growth and expand facilities; large computer capacity in support of automation development. The professional staff enjoys faculty status, high salaries and benefits; has experience and expertise necessary for servicing wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs. Open September 1, 1970, the position of Chief Librarian will carry rank of full professor at a salary up to $30,000, according to qualifications. Doctorate preferred, in addition to ten to fifteen years appropriate professional and administrative experience; knowledge of automation techniques and building required. Send resume to Dr. Jules Brody, Associate Dean of the Faculty, Queens College, Flushing, New York 11367.

LIFE SCIENCE LIBRARIAN—Supervision of life science library and four departmental libraries. Requires graduate degree in library science, appropriate experience, full faculty status, generous fringe benefits. Salary open. Send application and resume to John H. Moriarty, Director of Libraries, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana 47907.


ACADEMIC LIBRARY SERVICES. New York, State University at Binghamton. Five positions open. Usual degree requirements and fringe benefits. General Reference Librarian to assist 2 other generalists and 3 subject specialists in expanding Reader Services Department of developing university center. Reference experience preferred; social science background useful. $8,490-11,150. Art Librarian to assume managerial and reference responsibilities for growing collection housed in separate area of main library. Duties also include supervision of Rare Book and Special Collections. Background in art history essential. Experience desirable. $10,470-12,290. Administrative Assistant to Director of Libraries. Duties to include supervision of personnel records for staff of 100 employees, recruitment and hiring, maintenance of budget and statistical records, and general coordination of internal library activities. MLS required. $8,490-10,100. Collegiate Librarian to develop, expand, and coordinate undergraduate collections in each of four undergraduate colleges of university center. New position demanding imagination and interest in experimentation and innovation. $10,470-12,290. Science Bibliographer, to act as liaison between faculty and library in building research collection to support graduate program. Fifth year library degree plus graduate degree or undergraduate concentration in laboratory science or mathematics required. $11,500-13,500. Apply to Mr. Josiah T. Newcomb, Director of Libraries, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, New York 13901.

CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE has openings for department heads in cataloging and acquisitions. Automated, centralized processing, DDC, approximately 12,500 vols/yr., MLS—accredited library school, 4 yrs. related experience, preferably in academic setting. Salary ($ll,248-$15,450) depending on qualifications, 4 wks. pd. vacation, Blue Cross, tuition exemption. Catalog position open Dec. 1969; Acquisitions, May 1970. Address inquiries to James I. Richey, Director, District Library Services, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, Ohio 44115.

Reference Services

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS at the Medical Center, Library of Medical Sciences, Chicago. CIRCULATION-REFERENCE ASSISTANT, fifth-year library school degree, experience desirable, minimum salary $8,000, month vacation, retirement system, academic rank, available immediately. Write: Wilma Troxel, Director, University of Illinois, Library of Medical Sciences, 1853 West Polk Street, P. O. Box 7509, Chicago, Illinois 60680. Telephone: 312- 663-7332.

DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN to administer separate government publications collection. Some general reference work. Experience preferred but not necessary. M.L.S. required. 500,000-volume library. Starting salary $7500. 35-hour week. Month vacation. A/C building. Usual fringe benefits. Position open Jan. 1 or Feb. 1, 1970. Apply: Donald B. Engley, Librarian, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 06106.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. At least three years experience in reference work. Science background preferred. Salary $8,700 up. To join excellent reference department of five librarians. Bucknell University is a coeducational institution of about 2,800 students situated in central Pennsylvania. Four weeks annual leave, TIAA. An equal opportunity employer. Send resumé and three references and any inquiries for further information to George M. Jenks, University Librarian, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA 17837.

REFERENCE LIBRARIAN to work at Central Library and headquarters of the Suffolk Cooperative Library System, located in Bellport, New York, 60 miles from New York City. Assist in development of Central Library collections and work with U.S. Government documents depository. M.L.S. and four years reference experience required. Beginning salary $11,128.00. Contact: Personnel Office, P.O. Box 187, Bellport, N.Y. 516-924-8200.

EXPERT ON STATISTICAL SURVEYS in the library and information science field to serve as Chief, Library Surveys Branch, National Center for Educational Statistics, U.S. Office of Education. Significant administrative and statistical experience required. Incumbent will be expected to exercise leadership in planning and conducting statistical survey programs for libraries of all types, information and data centers, museums and related cultural organizations, and educational broadcasting media. Starting salary for this GS-15 position is $21,589. Applicants should submit Federal Government Personal Qualifications Statement (Standard Form 171) to: Mr. Sidney Shtulman, Director, Division of Survey Planning and Analysis, National Center for Educational Statistics, 400 Maryland Avenue S.W., Room 1087E, Washington, D.C. 20202.

HEAD, SCIENCE LIBRARY. Major academic research library desires man with undergraduate major or master in science plus accredited library degree to direct main science library and supervise all branch science libraries. Must be scholarly and able to communicate with scientists. Several years experience desirable but will consider person with two years only if other credentials strong. Salary: Minimum of $11,800. Contact: Dr. C. Edward Carroll, Director of Libraries, University of Missouri— Columbia 65201.

Technical Services

ACADEMIC LIBRARY TECHNICAL SERVICES. New York, State University at Binghamton. Two positions open. Usual degree requirements and fringe benefits. Catalogers (2) with several years L.C. experience. $8,490- 10,100. Apply to Mr. Josiah T. Newcomb, Director of Libraries, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, New York 13901.

ASSISTANT for acquisitions needed for rapidly expanding library. MLS required, experience desirable. Retirement plan, group hospitalization, generous sick leave. New building. Salary scale $7490-$9801. Write Librarian, Towson State College, Baltimore, Maryland 21204.

HEAD OF TECHNICAL SERVICES. California State College in San Joaquin Valley midway between San Francisco and Yosemite. Salary $11,628-$14,112. Supervise staff of 12. Air-conditioned, carpeted new building. Apply to R. Dean Galloway, Stanislaus State College Library, Turlock, California 95380.


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