Organizing a Genealogy Library
Organizing a library and ensuring that it meets family historians' needs is not a challenge for the faint-hearted. The authors have been involved in setting up, organizing and running many types of genealogical libraries, and in training professional and volunteer staff to serve genealogists.
In this book they share their philosophies of organization for maximum research effectiveness in different types of libraries including public libraries, society libraries and libraries at the Family History Centers of the LDS. 286 pages, softcover. Published 2004.