Table of contents for Art museum libraries and librarianship / edited by Joan M. Benedetti.

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Michael Brand
Preface and Acknowledgments
Joan M. Benedetti
Ann B. Abid
Part I: The Many Facets of Art Museum Librarianship
1	Outside In: Leading and Managing the Art Museum Library
		Collaborative Leadership of Art Museum Libraries and Archives
Janice Lea Lurie
		Library and Imaging Services Management at the Dallas Museum of Art 
			Jacqueline Allen
		Heading an Art Museum in Mexico: The Museo Franz Mayer Library
Martha Escobar Palacios
Managing an Art Museum Library within a Collections Division
Barbara Rominski
2	Reader Services, Reference, and the Art Museum Library's Clientele
		Reader Services and Reference in Large Art Museum Libraries
			Linda Seckelson
		Assisting Students Assigned to Write a Visual Analysis
John Hagood
		Serving an Art Museum and School: Museum Staff, Faculty, Artists, and Students
			Dennis Kreps
		Interlibrary Loan in the Art Museum Library Setting
			Lilah J. Mittelstaedt
3	Automating the Art Museum Library in the Twenty-First Century
		Google and Other Challenges: Adding Value to the Catalog of a Large Art Museum 		Library
			Jonathan Franklin
		Joining the Revolution: A Primer for Small Art Museum Library Automation
			Kraig A. Binkowski
		Automating with ASPs
			Linda Tompkins-Baldwin
4	A Delicate Balance: Access and Security in the Art Museum Library
		"Reasonable Access" in a Large Urban Art Museum Library: The Art Institute of 			Chicago
			Peter Blank
		Access and Security in Medium-Sized Museum Libraries
			Lilah J. Mittelstaedt
		The Hillwood Museum and Gardens Experience
Kristen Regina
		Copyright and Fair Use in the Art Museum Library: An Overview
			Roger Lawson
5	Cataloging and Technical Services in the Art Museum Library
		Cataloging in the Art Museum Library
			Daniel A. Starr
		The Lone Cataloger
			Lynda Bunting
		A Mountain of Art Books: Cataloging at the Research Library, Getty Research 			Institute
			Billie Hackney
		Object Cataloging in Art Museum Libraries
			Maria Oldal
		Cataloging in a Merged Library and Museum Environment
			Cheryl H. Toyama
6	Space Planning in the Art Museum Library
		A Primer on Space Planning Based on Experiences at the Amon Carter Museum and 		The Museum of Modern Art
			Milan R. Hughston
		Artful Architecture: The Challenges of Renovation
			Margaret Culbertson
		Misadventures of an Accidental Library Mover
			Kraig A. Binkowski
Part II: Building Collections: The Intellectual Content of the Art Museum Library
7	Collection Development and the Acquisition Process: The Art Museum Librarian as Curator
		Art Museum Library Collections and Collection Development
Debbie Barlow Smedstad
		Actually Acquiring: Acquisition Strategies for the Small Art Museum Library
			Linda Tompkins-Baldwin
		Serials Collecting in Art Museum Libraries
			Lilah J. Mittelstaedt
		Exhibition Catalog Exchanges as Part of the Collection Development Program at the 		San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Research Library
			Barbara Rominski
		Auction Catalogs in Art Museum Libraries
			Jeffrey Weidman
8	Curating Images: Visual Resources in the Art Museum Library
		The Imaging Department at the Dallas Museum of Art
			Jacqueline Allen
		From Lantern Slides to Slide Libraries to Image Collections: The View from the 			Cleveland Museum of Art
			Sara Jane Pearman
		The Vancouver Art Gallery's Audiovisual Collections
			Cheryl Siegel
		The Evolution and Merging of Museum Education Collections: Teacher Resources 		Join the Slide Library
			Jane Ferger
9	The Invisible Made Visible: Collecting Ephemera in the Art Museum Library
		Capturing Ephemera
			Margaret Crocker Ford
		Ephemera in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Research Library
			Barbara Rominsk
		The Archives of Women Artists at the National Museum of Women in the Arts
			Sharon Wasserman
10	Special Collections in the Art Museum Library
		Re/Discovery: Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Library Recognition
			Karen McKenzie
		Special Collections at the Art Gallery of Ontario's E. P. Taylor Research Library and 		Archives
			Amy Marshall
		Special Collections at the Whitney Museum of American Art
			Carol Rusk
		Special Collections in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at the Art Institute of 			Chicago
			Amy Ballmer and Peter Blank
11	Institutional Archives: The Art Museum's Memory
		Traces of Exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
			Lynda Bunting
		The Dallas Museum of Art Archives
			Jacqueline Allen
		The Institutional Archives of the National Museum of Women in the Arts
			Stacey Flatt and Sharon Wasserman
		The Vancouver Art Gallery Archives
			Cheryl Siegel
Part III: Developing Support, Promoting, and Sustaining the Art Museum Library
12	Fundamentals of Fundraising for the Art Museum Library
		Three Experiences in Museum Library Development and Fundraising
			Allen Townsend
		Fundraising for the Library at the Museum of Modern Art
			Milan R. Hughston
		The National Museum of Women in the Arts Library Fellows Program
			Sharon Wasserman
13	Marketing, Public Relations, and Advocacy in the Art Museum Library
		Planning for Outreach
			Regan Brumagen
		Demonstrating the Library's Value at the National Gallery of Australia Research 			Library
			Gillian Currie
		Public Relations Every Day in the Library at the Dallas Museum of Art
			Jacqueline Allen
		Programming as Advocacy: Art Museum Libraries at the Crossroads
			Deirdre E. Lawrence
14	Working with Volunteers and Interns in the Art Museum Library
		Internships in Art Museum Libraries
			V. Heidi Hass
		Of Mutual Benefit: Volunteers in the Hirsch Library, Museum of Fine Arts, 			Houston
			Jonathan W. Evans
		Volunteers in the Library of the National Gallery of Australia
			Gillian Currie
		The Whitney Museum Library's Volunteer Program
			Carol Rusk
		The Intern and the Art Museum Library: An Exchange Partnership
			Artis Wick
15	Professional Development: Investing in Art Museum Librarianship
		Professional Development at the Corning Museum of Glass
			Aprille Nace
		The Most Important Resource
			Gillian Currie
		Professional Development at the Dallas Museum of Art
			Jacqueline Allen
16	Solo Librarianship in the Art Museum Library
		The Vancouver Art Gallery Library
			Cheryl Siegel
		Three Years as the Solo Librarian at the Currier Museum of Art
			Michele J. Turner
		Hillwood Museum and Gardens Library\
			Kristen A. Regina
Thumbnail Sketches: Profiles of 15 Art Museum Libraries
Arizona State Museum Library 435
Art Institute of Chicago 438
	California African American Museum 441
	Centre Canadien d'Architecture/Canadian Centre for Architecture 443
	Corning Museum of Glass 446
	Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park 449
	Galleria degli Uffizi 451
	Georgia O'Keeffe Museum 452
	Los Angeles County Museum of Art 455
	Museum of International Folk Art 459
	National Gallery, London 461
	Rhode Island School of Design Museum 463
	Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 465
	Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 468
	Yale University Art Gallery 471
A	Academic Programs of Interest
B	Relevant Professional Associations
C	Sample Art Museum Library Documents
About the Editor and Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Museum libraries -- Administration.
Art libraries -- Administration.
Art museums -- Information services -- Management.
Museum libraries -- Case studies.
Art libraries -- Case studies.