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In ARBA 95 only Library of Congress publications and international publications, such as those of the United Nations, are covered. (6) Reprints are reviewed in ARBA on a selective basis as they often are produced in limited quantities. (7) Titles produced for the mass market in the areas of collectibles, travel guides, and genealogy receive selective coverage. Certain categories of reference books are usually not reviewed in ARBA: those of fewer than 48 pages, those produced by vanity presses or by the author as publisher, and those generated by library staffs for internal use.
Edith M. Dorenfeld, School Psychologist, Denver Public Schools, Colo. G. Kim Dority, Staff, Libraries Unlimited, Inc. John A. Y. Joe P. Dunn, Charles A. C. Lee S. , De Kalb. David Eggenberger, Freelance Writer and Editor, Vienna, Va. Page xviii Jennifer Comi Ellard, Children's Services Librarian, Manatee County Public Library System, Bradenton, Fla. Owen H. Ellard, Reference/Government Documents Librarian, Selby Public Library, Sarasota, Fla. Marie Ellis, English and American Literature Bibliographer, Univ.
D. Hurt, Director, Graduate Library School, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson. Jonathan F. Husband, Program Chair of the Library/Reader Services Librarian, Henry Whittemore Library, Framingham State College, Mass. Ludmila N. Ilyina, Professor, Natural Resources Institute, Univ. of Manitoba, Winnipeg. David Isaacson, Asst. , Kalamazoo. Barbara Ittner, Staff, Libraries Unlimited, Inc. Page xx Eugene B. Jackson, Professor Emeritus, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Univ. of Texas, Austin.