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Shaffer, Dale Eugene

SHAFFER, Dale Eugene

SHAFFER, Dale Eugene. American, b. 1929. Genres: Librarianship, Local history/Rural topics. Career: Bethany College, WV, Professor of Economics, 1958-59; South Bend Public Library, IN, Business and Technical Librarian, 1960-61; Glenville State College, WV, Library Science Dept., Chief Librarian and Head, 1963-65; Ocean County College, Toms River, NJ, Head Librarian, 1965-67; Capital University, Columbus, OH, Director of Library, 1968- 71; University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown, PA, Director of Library and Associate Professor, 1972-73; Salem, OH, library consultant, 1973-83; local historian, Salem, OH, 1983-; library consultant, 1971-; author, historian, columnist. Publications: The Maturity of Librarianship as a Profession, 1968; The Library Picture File, 1970; The Pamphlet Library, 1972; The Filmstrip Collection, 1972; The Audio-Tape Collection, 1973; A Basic Audio- Tape Collection, 1973; Library Job Descriptions, 1973; Library Resources for Nurses, 1973; Creativity for Librarians, 1973; A Library of 1,500 Free Pamphlets, 1974; Sources of Free Teaching Material, 1975; Career Education Pamphlets, 1976; A Handbook of Library Ideas, 1977; Posters for Teachers and Librarians, 1978; Management Concepts for Improving Libraries, 1979; Criteria for Improving the Professional Status of Librarianship, 1980; Educator's Sourcebook of Posters, 1981; A Guide to Writing Library Job Descriptions, 1981; Marbles-A Forgotten Part of Salem History, 1983; Some Remembrances of Salem's Past, 1983; Sourcebook of Teaching Aids-Mostly Free, 1984; Reflections of Salem's Past, 1984; Views of Salem History, 1985; Yesterday in Salem, 1986; Historical Firsts in Salem, 1987; Flashbacks of Salem History, 1988; Salem as It Was, 1989; Salem Remembered, 1991; More of the Same Story… with Photographs, 1992; Salem Stories-A Backward Glance, 1993; A Picture Postcard History of Salem, 1994; Salem-Echos of the Past, 1997; Salem, Ohio-Images of America, vol. 1, 1998, vol. 2, 1999; Salem Looks Back, 1999; Salem on My Mind, 2000; Salem-A Quaker City History, 2002; Salem, Ohio-Its Unique History, 2002; Salem's Historical Timeline, The First Hundred Years (1806-1906), 2002, The Second Hundred Years (1900-2003), 2003. Address: 437 Jennings Ave, Salem, OH 44460- 2731, U.S.A.

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