Inter-American Bibliographical and Library Association (IABLA)
Association interaméricaine de bibliographie et des bibliothèques
3 Oct 1930, Washington DC (USA), as Inter-American Bibliographical Association. Revised Constitution and By-laws and present title adopted 21 Dec 1934. 'James Alexander Robertson Memorial Publication Fund' set up 1939. No recent activity reported.
Furnish investigators, research workers, students, writers, with information on bibliographical sources; act as a clearing house for requests about organizations, libraries or individuals known to possess, have access to, or know of particular bibliographical sources; undertake bibliographical, library, and archival work, in cooperation with other related agencies in all countries of the Americas; publish bibliographical and library aids.Available with paid subscription only.
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