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30 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1961)

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                    CHICAGO   ASSOCIATION   OF   LAW   LIBRARIES

Number 30                                                           February, 1961


          The Annual Meeting of the Chicago Association of Law Librarians was held
on June 3 beginning at six o'clock. Northwestern's Law Librarians were our hosts.

          We have dinner in one of the rooms at Abbott Hall beginning at six o'clock.

          Dr. Kurt Schwerin gave a very fine discussion on Foreign Legal Materials
in the English Language.

          The slate of officers for the coming year were presented by the Nominat-
ing Committee. They were Jack Leary, President; Charlotte Stillwell, Vice Presi-
dent; Frederic D. Donnelly, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer; Richard Levine and Marie
Lawrence, Members-at-Large. Motion was made to cast a unanimous ballot and the
foregoing mentioned slate were our new officers.

          After our short business meeting, Mr. Roalfe and his helpers took us
on a tour of their fine new library.


          The American Association of Law Librarians Annual Meeting was held at
the Leamington Hotel in Minneapolis from June 26 to June 30.

          Every one agreed that it was a very fine meeting. On Sunday night a get-
together was planned at which time we saw some very interesting folk dancing by
the Odin Scandinavian Dancers. We had a very nice time visiting with old friends
we hadn't seen during the past year and making some new friends, too.

          The Chicago Chapter had a dinner meeting at the Top of the Mac which
 is the top floor of the Minneapolis Athletic Club. We could look over the whole
 city as we met for cocktails in the one corner of the room. Every one thought that
 it was a very lovely dinner and we all enjoyed it very much.

          Late Tuesday afternoon we took a bus ride through some of Minneapolis'
suburban areas to the Lafayette Club on Lake Minnetonka. We had a delightful
buffet supper and a home-talent program was given by some of our very talented
members entitled Six Characters in Search of a Law Librarian.

          On Wednesday morning we toured the plant of the West Publishing Company
 in St. Paul and then came back to Minneapolis for luncheon in the Cardinal Room
 at the Curtis Hotel. Wednesday evening was the annual banquet which was held at
 the Leamington Hotel. As usual it was very nice!

          All in all we had a very good meeting. The Minnesota Chapter went all
out to give us a very grand time and they certainly succeeded.

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