Reflections: An Interview with F. W. Lancaster by ProQuest


INTRODUCTION In 1986 I became dean of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois, thrilled at the number of distinguished faculty members, but terrified the school was so small. The big family influence was my eldest sister, Alma, who was the most educated member of the family, and she was at one time head mistress of the school I was going to. If I have time I read the New Yorker and Newsweek and occasionally I read Money Magazine and Budget Travel, but I spend a fair amount of time helping my Indian daughters with their homework.

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