11 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (September 1952)

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CHICAGO  LAW  LIBRARY  BULLETIN


No. 11                                                           September 30, 1952


                          FALL 1ETING FRIDAY OCTOBER 3D

        The first meeting of the new year at the Normandy House Friday, October 3d,
will be devoted to a report on the Toronto meeting of the American Association of
Law Libraries and to final arrangements for the W4orkshop on Library Problems.


                            WORKSHOP ON LIBRARY PROBL31S

        The Workshop on Library Problems to be held at Northwestern University Law
School on October 2h and 25, will bring together not only our ovm members but many
other law librarians from Chicagoland and nearby states. The program cornittee
(Rev. Redmond Burke, C.S.V., Librarian, De Paul University, Chairman; A. Elizabeth
Holt, Librarian, School of Law, University of Nebraska; and W-illiam D. Murphy,
Librarian, Kirkland, Fleming, Green, Nartin &r Ellis) has prepared an unusually
interesting and practical agenda for the three sessions. The general sessions will
feature William R. Roalfe, Librarian, Northwestern University Law School, speaking
on How to Evaluate a Law Librar ,'; A. Elizabeti Holt, Librarian, University of
Nebraska School of Law, How to Record Legal RIeference Questions; Jean Ashman,
Law Librarian, Railroad Retirement Board, hiat Professional Organizations Can Do
For You; and Annabella T. Paulson, Librarian, Railroad Retirement Board, Library
Resources in the Chicago Area. Discussion groups will take up Handling of Briefs
and Memoranda in Law Firm Libraries; Circulation Routines for Small Libraries;
Cataloging Problems in Small Law Libraries; Mending, Binding and Care of Books
and other Legal Materials; Cataloging Problems in Large Libraries; Library
Records; Inter-Library Loans; Library Aids for Book Selection and Reference;
and Insurance for Libraries.


                                 OFFICERS 1252-1953

        At our meeting June 6, Elizabeth V. Benyon was elected President; Jean
Ashman, Vice President; Dorothy Scarborough, Secretary-Treasurer; and Frank Kolak
and Elaine Teigler Members of the Executive Corm nittee. President Benyon has
appointed the following committees for 1952-1953:

         Program: Robert Kelly, Chairman, Virginia Dunlap, Helen McLaury
         1-embership: Frank DiCanio, Chairman, Katherine Ducey, Francis J. Rooney
         Nominating: Charles McNabb, Chairman, ario Lawrence, Ernest Turk
         Publications: Francis J. Rooncy, Chairman, Mirs. Goldie Alperin,
                        Kurt Schwerin, Iris WTildman
         Workshop: General: Father Durke, Chairman, Elizabeth Holt, 'Jillimn Mrphy
                    Special: Reception - Fritz Veit, Chairian, 7rs. Grace French,
                              Virginia Dunlap, lirs. Dorothy Klofkorn, Kurt Schwerin,
                              Elaine Teigler, Ernst Turk
                    Special: Rcgistra;tion - Katherine Ducoy, Chai.iman, Rosemary
                              Deegan

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