"Library catalogue files are checked by (left to right) Dorothy Gnoerrendale, 7711 Euclid Ave.; Mary Mason, 13318 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights, and Delores Hammons, 10017 Parkgate Ave" — photo verso.

By Clayton Knipper, dated March 7, 1952, from the Cleveland Press Collection.

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    "OPAC" circa 1952
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    It’s National Library Week!
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    Computers are certainly more efficient, but I miss the good, old-fashioned grandeur of a card catalog.
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    i would love to have a library catalog cabinet thingie in my house someday.
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