The Idaho Librarian
The Idaho Librarian (ISSN 0019-1213) is an official publication of the Idaho Library Association. Its purpose is to support the mission of the Association by providing a forum for ideas and issues relevant to its members.
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Idaho Librarian Staff
Special thanks to Sandra Shropshire and Cheryl Sebold for their help in putting together this issue.
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
The State We're In:
Idaho's Libraries and the Economic Recession
Building on Patient
Education in the Medical Library
The Chaco Handbook: An Encyclopedic
Guide, by R. Gwinn Vivian and Bruce
Last Poems, by Edward Dorn
at the Confluence: Lewiston's Beuk Aie Temple, by Priscilla Wegars
LETTERS FROM THE FRINGE