Volume 15, Number 6
- Debra McKern will be on a six-month fellowship in Egypt from
October to April, as part of the ALA Library Book Fellows Program,
jointly sponsored by the U.S. Information Agency. She will be
conducting a preservation needs assessment for the National Library
- Myron Chace is the new ALA representative to NISO, and invites
comments and feedback from ALA members on photoreproduction standards
- Pamela Darling graduated with a Ph.D. from General Theological
Seminary on May 22. Her dissertation was on the place of women
in the Episcopal Church, 1870-1990. Then she moved to Philadelphia,
where she has a house with a real back yard with a stream, grass
and ducks: 1 1 Brookshire Lane, zip 19116.
- Robert Wedgeworth, Dean of the School of Library Service at
Columbia University, has been elected President of IFLA. He is
the first U.S. president of IFLA in 60 years.