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3 Facts About The New York Public Library

IntroductionThe New York Public Library is one the world’s most important public library systems providing service to three boroughs of New York City.  The library has over ten million holdings
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Library of Congress Authorities

IntroductionThe Library of Congress Authorities is a service that helps to standardize library catalogues by providing an authority on the proper forms of names, titles and subjects.  The Library of
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Mid-Continent Public Library

IntroductionThe Mid-Continent Public Library is a consolidated library system that serves the Kansas City Metropolitan area.  It is the biggest system in the state of Missouri with a collection of
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San Francisco Public Library

The San Francisco Public Library serves the city of San Francisco with 27 branches and a membership of 363,995.  It was founded in 1878 and has a circulation of over
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Madison Public Library Overview

    The Madison Public Library serves the city of Madison, Wisconsin with nine locations.  It is part of a
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Omaha Public Library Important Facts

The Omaha Public Library serves the city of Omaha, Nebraska with twelve branches and a circulation of 1,477,593 items.  Who
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Facts About E-books

E-book is the abbreviation for an electronic book that is readable on personal computers, some mobile phones and specialized e-book
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Library of Congress Catalogue

    Introduction     Since its inception as a legal resource for Congress, the Library of Congress’s catalogue has
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6 Facts on the Library of Congress

IntroductionThe Library of Congress, located in Washington DC was established in the year 1800 as resource for members of Congress.
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Library of Congress Classification System

Introduction:The Library of Congress Classification (LLC) is the official classification system developed and used by the Library to classify their extensive collection of books.  There are twenty-one primary classifications and
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