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Lecture number sixteen was presented on March 24, 1964, by Mr. James T. Babb, at that time Librarian of Yale University. Mr. Babb related his own experiences when he spoke on "The Public Relations Activity of a University Librarian." The timeliness of this presentation was of particular importance since the University of Tennessee Library Development Program had been in existence only a few years.

Dr. David Kaser, Director of Joint University Libraries, delivered the seventeenth lecture on March 30, 1965. In his paper, "Academic Science and the University Library," Dr. Kaser discussed the development of science libraries and the need for rendering adequate services.

Library cooperation was the theme of the eighteenth lecture delivered by Dr. Stephen A. McCarthy, Director of Cornell University Libraries, on March 28, 1966. Dr. McCarthy ably pointed out the increasing need for "Library Interaction and Interdependence."

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