Washington Law Review


As I think back over many years of happy association with Marian Gallagher, I find that my memories of her fall into three categories. The earliest concern her role as librarian of the University of Washington Law School Library. In August 1958, after I came to the University of Washington, it became evident that the library support system of the entire University needed special attention. Suzzalo Library was filled to capacity and needed a sizeable expansion. The crowding had encouraged the development of a plethora of small, often poorly-staffed departmental libraries. There was also need for an expanded, professionally-trained library staff to serve a growing faculty and student population.

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