Maps are an important local resource that your library can make available for public use. This presentation will stress how to make these local history materials available by covering how people use old maps for research, how to interpret maps, how they should be stored, conservation concerns, and basic cataloging rules.
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Event Type(s): ISL Workshop
Presenter: Jocelyn Lewis, Cataloging Division Supervisor, Indiana State Library