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This issue offers an eclectic mix of articles and news items for your perusal this summer. ACRL immediate past president, Barbara J. Ford, gives highlights of ACRL’s 1990-91 activities and ACRL president, Anne Beaubien, offers a look at her plans for 1991-92.

Katie Laurence shares with us some wonderful photos and descriptions from the menu collection at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration Library. Imagine sitting down to a dinner offering 111 different dishes including 10 ornamental confections and five different species of duck! Evelyn Riché-Olivier recaps the 1991 John Cotton Dana Public Relations Awards and urges us to think about our own p.r. plans. The Bibliographic Instruction Section developed a detailed checklist for planning end-user searching instruction that is reproduced in this issue and our columnists provide you with timely updates on their usual beats.

The advent of summer usually means a change of pace for those working in academic institutions; I hope your summer includes a break from your usual routine. C&RL News will be back with the September issue.

—Mary Ellen K. Davis

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