Ralph R. Shaw Award for Library Literature (HISTORICAL)

About the Ralph R. Shaw Award for Library Literature Established in 1959 and donated by Scarecrow Press, this award is to be presentated to an American librarian for an outstanding contribution to library literature published during the three years preceding the presentation. (formerly the Scarecrow Press Award for Library Literature)

Administered by:

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1976 Winner(s)

Herman Fussler

for his book, Research Libraries and Technology