Books by Mail: a Handbook for Libraries

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Greenwood Press, 1977 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 416 pages
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Reviews and summarizes the experiences gained over the past few years by libraries involved in the mail delivery of books to individuals in isolated rural areas and metropolitan areas

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Contents

Review of the Literature and Bibliography
7
Books by Mail Objectives and Approaches
23
Preparation of Books by Mail Catalogs
42
Developing the Collection for the Mail Service
81
Cost
125
Evaluation
157
A Library Administrator Looks at Books by Mail
171
Vermont Books by MailA Successful Experiment in Statewide
185
Mail Order Delivery Library Services Harrisburg Pennsylvania
221
DESCRIPTIVE DIRECTORY
231
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