Serving citizens with special needs: how libraries can enrich lives and fulfill aspirations for the elderly and the handicapped, the functionally illiterate, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, the homebound, and inmates of correctional institutions : a background paper for the White House Conference on Library and Information Services
National Citizens Emergency Committee to Save Our Public Libraries in cooperation with the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, (P.O. Box 366, Bowling Green), 1980 - Library extension - 46 pages
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