Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM)
Séminaire sur l'acquisition de matériaux bibliothécaires latinoaméricains
Seminario sobre la Adquisición de Materiales Latinoamericanos de Biblioteca
Seminario sobre a Aquisição de Materiais Latino-americanos de Biblioteca
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1956, Chinsegut Hill FL (USA). Incorporated in the District of Columbia (USA), Jan 1968.
Promote improvement of library services in support of study and research activities in Latin American and inter-American affairs; provide a professional association in which scholars, librarians and others interested in book and library resources can discuss problems and carry out programmes of common interest; promote cooperative efforts to achieve better library services as a means of encouraging and advancing international understanding in the Western Hemisphere.
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Conference (annual); Executive Board, consisting of Officers and members-at-large. Committees.
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