Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
Library and Information Science
Collaboration is a necessity in the current library environment where time, money, and resources are limited. This is particularly noticeable for institutions housing federal government documents. In addition to keeping up with the inﬂux of current publications, federal depository libraries must address historical documents for which bibliographic records are not readily available. This report discusses how the United States Government Printing Ofﬁce and the University of Montana Maureen and Mike Mansﬁeld Library are working together to increase access to pre-1976 United States Forest Service publications and gray literature within the same subject area.
collaborative cataloging, reports, GPO Partnership Program, The University of Montana, Maureen and Mike Mans- ﬁeld Library, legacy documents, bibliographic access, government publications
Teressa M. Keenan , Jennie M. Burroughs & Suzanne Ebanues (2013) Partners in Collaborative Cataloging: The U.S. Government Printing Office and the University of Montana, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 51:1-3, 118-128