1. Indiana Chapter of the Special Libraries Association Records, 1930s-1998 14 cubic feet (27 cartons, 2 oversized boxes, 2 document boxes, 3 audio tapes)
Special Libraries Association. Indiana Chapter
After several years of efforts on the part of its founders, the Indiana Chapter of the Special Libraries Association was created in 1941 to address the needs of special libraries in the state, recruit new professionals to the field, establish standards and provide a venue for professional discussion and cooperation, and host programs and annual meetings for library professionals. This collection houses the records of the organization from its earliest beginnings in 1936, through its founding and operation into the late 1990s.