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Problems of Periodical and Serial Binding

@inproceedings{Ditzion1956ProblemsOP,
  title={Problems of Periodical and Serial Binding},
  author={Sidney Ditzion and Leverett Norman},
  year={1956}
}
A L SENSE the binding of serial publications , especially when they have been periodicals, has circum-scribed decisions in almost every other area of librarianship. Librarians generally, and particularly those serving in academic institutions, have long observed the principle that a periodical should not be subscribed to unless there is also the intention of binding completed volumes in book form. The cost of acquiring, recording, temporary shelving, and maintenance prior to such binding is… 

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