56 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (January 1975)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                          CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES

No. 56                                                                   January, 1975

                                FROM THE PRESIDENT

    Committee appointments: Barbara Breakstone has been appointed to the Committee on
Cooperative Projects.

    We would like to congratulate and thank Christine Brock and Sandra Traicoff for
the excellent program they planned for the CALL Fall Institute held in Springfield.
Everyone who attended felt it was a very worthwhile educational and enjoyable experience.

    For those who were not able to attend the Springfield seminar, the proceedings
are being printed in a special separate mailing.

    We would like to express our gratitude to Anna Baker, whose efforts in organizing
the program for the Holiday Party helped make it such and enjoyable event for all present.
Thanks also to the following, and to any other member, who also contributed: Shirley
Kueter, Margaret Seline, Stanley Irvine, Jane Gaddis, and Camille Dzija.

    Tentative reservations have been made for a Chapter Breakfast at the AALL convention
in Los Angeles this year. From now on, arrangements will be handled by R. Bowler, Chair-
man of the Programs Committee.

    Several law firm librarians had requested that the question of their monthly
luncheon meetings be taken up at the next Executive Committee meeting on Jan. 7, 1975.
The decision of the board appears in the summary of the minutes printed in this Bulletin.




                               EDUCATION COMMITTEE
                                  SPECIAL SEMINAR

DATE:               Thurs., January 23, at 5:30 p.m.

PLACE:              Rare Book Room, Northwestern Univ. Law Library

SUBJECT:            History of some of the rare law books in the Northwestern
                    collection.

SPEAKER:            Kurt Schwerin



                                   THANK YOU

                    Sincere thanks are extended to Mr. Philip
                    Carter & the Matthew Bender publishing com-
                    pany for printing our 1974/75 Directory.
                    Their donation of time and resources is
                    greatly appreciated.

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