Idaho Librarian
Vol. 55 no. 1, August, 2003

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The Idaho Librarian

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Idaho Librarian Staff

Editor:                                              Leonard Hitchcock
Associate Editor                             Kristi Austin
Technical Assistant                        Sue Carter               

Instructions for Contributors
Instructions for Reviewers

 

CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE

A Future Special Issue 
of the Idaho Librarian

ARTICLES

Idaho Librarians' Role
in Census Redistricting

Lily Wai, Elaine Watson,
and Stephen Woods
 
Idaho Academic Library Statistics FY2002
Bob Hook

SPECIAL FEATURE

The 2002 Idaho Bibliography
by Deborah Babbitt, Nick Bazemore, Ralph
Hansen, Nancy Rosenheim, Julie Thuis, and
Roxyanne Williams

 BOOK REVIEWS

Coming into McPhee Country
Edited by O. Alan Weltzien
and Susan N. Maher
Reviewed by Leonard Hitchcock

Palouse Country
by George Bederian
Reviewed by Sandra Shropshire

     Books Available for Review

LIBRARIANS RECOMMEND

     Summer Reading.

OUR CONTRIBUTORS

      Biographical notes on contributors to this issue.

CORPORATE SPONSORS OF ILA