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Library publicity book 1988
Bib ID 690810
Format BookBook
Description Chicago : Public Information Office of the American Library Association, 1987 
43 p. : ill. 
ISBN 0838971989
Notes

On title page: Featuring library card signup campaigns: "The card with a charge" : use your library : National Library Week April 17-23, 1988 and "The best gift you'll ever give your child".

On cover: "The Card with a charge" : use your library.

Subjects Public relations -- Libraries.
Other authors/contributors American Library Association. Public Information Office
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"Card with a charge" : use your library

1988 Library publicity book

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