Classification and pay plans for libraries in institutions of higher education
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Published by American Library Association in Chicago .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Academic libraries,
  • Librarians -- Salaries, pensions, etc.,
  • Librarians.

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Reproduced from type-written copy.

Statementprepared by the Subcommittee on budgets, compensation and schemes of service for libraries connected with universities,colleges and teacher training institutions of the A.L.A. Board on salaries, staff and tenure, and adopted by the A.L.A. council, February 1943.
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