A memory by James Frey ’75, ’77M

I was part of a team that automated the library catalog back in the 1990’s. When the technology center and library finally had the catalog on-line, the Dean of the Library thought the card catalog should remain on the floor. It was quickly removed when the students no longer used the card catalog.


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