[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1973.
Book — 1 online resource (iv, 116 leaves). Digital: text file.
In 1973 the US Army Pacific held a library training workshop in Tokyo, and as part of the proceedings USARPAC published Smith's Collecting Black Literature for Armed Forces Libraries. It's almost entirely about collecting Black-related material for libraries in general, with just a small section on the special considerations of military libraries. It's valuable as a historic piece, but there's more to it than that. Nonfiction from many decades ago often contains forgotten and ignored facts, ideas, and approaches -- things that would be left out if the book or report were written now. This monograph is a goldmine of info on now-obscure books, bibliographies, catalogs, journal articles, and so on
1955-1960: Geneva, Switzerland : GATT Secretariat, [1955-1971] 1961: Geneva, Switzerland : GATT Information Services 1963-1971: Information and Library Services, GATT Secretariat
Journal/Periodical — 16 v. ; 29 cm.
The GATT Bibliography was first published in March 1954. It lists books, pamphlets, articles in periodicals, newspaper reports and editorials, including texts of lectures which refer to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. The purpose of the list is to provide sources of reference for historians, researchers and students on the operation of the GATT. It should be noted, however, that the publications prepared by the GATT Secretariat are not included. These are contained in the Publications List issued every year by the Information and Library Services of the GATT Secretariat. The Bibliography is divided into a chronological listing of references to the GATT, grouped in alphabetical order month after month, during the period under review.