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Tag Archives: Search and Rescue
For decades in the US, the process of “deaccessioning” has been an unfortunate part of the library lexicon. Of course institutions like ours have benefited from this process (see our Search and Rescue programs where we contextualize films that have … Continue reading
The building that houses the Donnell Media Center in New York City has been sold. And it doesn’t look like that the plans for the new library include the Media Center in a substantial way. This was one place where … Continue reading