Thoughts on Interlibrary Loan

Karl H. Koopman
1947 College and Research Libraries  
A LAN HoLSKE's p-aper "On Meeting Interlibrary Loan Costs" 1 reveals the fact that the subject is not so simple as would appear at first sight and that i.t is inextricably involved with the book-buying .capacity of educational institutions and with the problem of regional cooperation among libraries. But his final paragraph leans heavily toward the indivi. dual professor in whose behalf loans are generally made:
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