Idaho Librarian
Vol. 55 no. 2, November, 2003

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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

EDITORIAL

The Journal in the White Suit

ARTICLES

DISSENT
John Frohnmayer

The Traveling Librarian:
Cambridge, England
Sandra Shropshire

FOCUS ON IDAHO

The Farrit Project
Jim Jatkevicius

Idaho Book Awards
Kathy Watson

 BOOK REVIEWS

The Broken Land: Adventures
in Great Basin Geology

By Frank L. DeCourten
Reviewed by Bob Hook

When the Going Was Good:
A Guide to the 99 Best Narratives
of Travel, Exploration and Adventure

By Grove Koger
Reviewed by Philip A. Homan

Secrets of the Magic Valley
and Hagerman's Remarkable Horse

Edited by Todd Shallat
Reviewed by Kathy Watson

Stillness: Daily Gifts of Solitude
By Richard Mahler
Reviewed by Joan Juskie

     Books Available for Review

OUR CONTRIBUTORS

      Biographical notes on contributors to this issue.

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