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This article is written for a Festschrift for F. W. Lancaster, and it summarizes the author's library school experiences as a student of Professor Lancaster and Professor Herbert Goldhor at the University of Illinois. Both professors instilled in students a strong inclination to use real and appropriate information in evaluating situations, making decisions, delivering information services, and managing libraries. The author suggests that this Lancaster-Goldhor approach to information, and todoi:10.1353/lib.0.0004 fatcat:itgz62doxraohpijnzmov37xai