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The Development of Library Collections of Sound Recordings

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Unknown Binding, 169 pages
Published January 1st 1979 by Marcel Dekker
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Jenny (Reading Envy)
This book is from 1979, and I found it on the music library's shelves. Part of me wants to withdraw it, if it were not for the illuminating section highlighting the benefits of reel to reel tape over the collection of LPs. Hee hee. It does have some preservation information that might be helpful, but frankly, even that information has become dated now that we know that even the best reel to reel tape stored at optimum conditions still has a deterioration rate. Ooh, and the chapter explaining why ...more
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