Editor’s Note



The essays in this issue emanate from the 34th RBMS Preconference, which was titled “Mainstrean or Margin: How Others View Special Collections.” The meeting took place in New Orleans between June 22 and 25, 1993. Several of the speakers raised issues which special collections librarians have some familiarity with: How can our departments get their fair share of the library’s resources? What should special collections do in the face of new technologies? What is the role of special collections in the larger library setting? And so on.

These essays demonstrate the clear observations and sound advice that speakers at the . . .

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