C.S. Hammond Incorporated Library Award

About the C.S. Hammond Incorporated Library Award Presented annually to a librarian or library in a community or school for making an unusual contribution through either continued service or a single contribution of lasting value, to effective use of or increased interest in maps, atlases, and globes by children and young people through high school age.

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1987 Winner(s)

Larry Cruse

University of California/San Diego, for "MIMI - The Map and Geographic Information Index to Major Microform Sets," Microform Review, Fall 1986