Third Military Librarians' Workshop
Luckett, George R.
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The Third Military Librarians' Workshop was held at the United States Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, on October 8, 9, and 10, 1959. The program was planned by a committee consisting of Mr. John K. Cameron, Air University Library, Chairman; Miss Frances Carey, Naval War College Library; and Mr. John Nicolas, Bureau of Ships Library. Over one hundred librarians attended and thirty-two papers were presented along with several informal talks. Those presented for publication in the proceedings were prepared in multiple copies by their authors and were assembled, bound and distributed by the Library of the United States Naval Postgraduate School. The greatest gain, however, lies not in hearing the presentation of a series of papers, for these can be read-but rather in the discussions which follow and in the opportunity to find solution to our individual problems through contact with others.
The Third Military Librarians' Workshop
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