20 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (March 1956)

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LA  W   LIBRARY  


            Chicago Association of Law Libraries



 Number 20.                                      March 15, 1956.


             CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES
               MEETING TO BE HELD AT NOTRE DAME


      The next meeting of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries
will be held at the University of Notre Dame.  The date is Satur-
day, April 28, 1956,  Miss Marie Lawrence, Law Librarian at the
Law Library at Notre Dame, has made arrangements for a luncheon
in a private dining room at the Morris Inn on the Campus.  Pro-
visions are being made for a tour of the Law Library and other
parts of the University.
      There are several means of transportation from Chicago to
South Bend.  The South Shore Line has trains leaving Chicago al-
most every hour and arriving in South Bend in two hours and ten
minutes.  There is bus service from the station in South Bend
direct to the Campus.  Trains on the New York Central run less
frequently but the trip takes only an hour and a half.  It would
be necessary to take a taxi to the Campus from the station in
South Bend.  By bus from the ChicAgo Greyhound Terminal at Clark
and Randolph Streets in Chicarzo the trip takes three hours and
the only available transportation from the station in South Bend
to the Campus is by taxi.  The Round-Trip fare by either train
is $6.51 and $4.18 by bus.  The trip by automobile on Route 20
is about ninety miles from Chicago to South Bend.  Miss Dorothy
Scarborough has more detailed information about how to reach the
University of Notre Dame for those who expect to drive.
      Make your plans now to attend the meeting and take advan-
tage of this opportunity to enlarge your knowledge of our member
law libraries and to see the beautiful Notre Dame Campus in the
spring.  Husbands and wives are cordially invited.  It is sug-
gested that those driving to the meeting and having extra space
offer to take other members thus making it possible to share ex-
penses.

              MISS HELEN T. GEER, HEADQUARTERS
         LIBRARIAN OF AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
                 ADDRESSES CHICAGO CHAPTER


      Miss Helen T. Geer, Headquarters Librarian of the American
Library Association, addressed the Chicago Chapter at a luncheon
meeting of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries held on Fri-
day, January 13, 1956.  Miss Geer spoke briefly on the history
and organization of the American Library Association and empha-
sized the services which the Association is ready and willing to
offer to law librarians.  Foremost among these services are the
professional bulletins, monographs, and treatises published by
the Association and its component organizations.  Of particular
interest to law librarians was the recent SERIAL PUBLICATIONS by
Andrew D. Osborn of the Harvard University Library.  Miss Geer
orought along copies of several representative publications for
'c:iination by members of the Chapter after the close of the
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