From the title page: "An essay by George E. McDonough, who in addition to being an Assistant Professor in English at Seattle Pacific College, holds a master's degree in Librarianship from the University of Washington."
I. What the plan is and how it works
II. An outline of Farmington Plan history, 1953-1961
III. The Vosper-Talmadge survey
IV. A bibliography of the Farmington Plan, 1953-1961
V. Statistics of receipts
VI. Countries, agents, and advisers
VII. Materials excluded from the plan
VIII. A note on principles of classification
IX. Libraries and their responsibilities
X. Allocations indexed by classification symbols
XI. Former allocations
XII. Alphabetical subject-list of allocations
Includes bibliography and footnotes.
McDonough, George E.
"The Farmington Plan: An Informative Study,"
Journal of the Institute for Research:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.spu.edu/jir/vol2/iss2/2
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