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CollectionsYour library (291)

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TagsQuaker (44), Society of Friends (36), History (15), Doctrines (14), Spiritual Life (6), Quaker Authors (6), Religious Aspects (4), 17th Century (4), United States (4), Public Worship (3) — see all tags

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About my libraryPYM Library's formal name is The Henry J. Cadbury Library of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. Only a small portion of the library is posted in LibraryThing. To see the entire catalog on the web, go to the home page listed here.

GroupsFriends (Quaker) Libraries of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Quaker Meeting Libraries

Homepagehttp://www.pym.org/library

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Real nameHenry J. Cadbury Library of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

Location1515 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/PYMLibrary (profile)
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Member sinceDec 11, 2006

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Greetings, Friends -

The Orange Grove Monthly Meeting of Pasadena, California, has just uploaded its library. What observations or suggestions could you offer to help us make the most of our collection as a finding aid for our members, attenders, and others?

This is a leap from our Excel-spreadsheet-printed-and-kept-in-binder, and I have been using it for several years for my own collection (vesuvian). I'm proud to have inherited the Excel file, and excited to have been able to convert it and upload it with a minimal number of burps. We do not have ISBNs recorded, so covers do not come through. Do you know a way to derive *an* ISBN for items in batches so that we can have some kind of cover illustration?

A lot of questions, and the maintainer of your LT page probably has a limited amount of time. Any observations or suggestions you have are welcome.

Amicably,

John Marquette, OGMM Librarian
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