The Mid-America Association of Law Libraries: A History of Growth

The Mid-America Association of Law Libraries originated in St. Louis, Missouri, early in 1973. In its earliest stage, it was an informal lunch group, consisting of Gerry Bosler, Mary Dahm, Eileen Searls, Betty Ellington, Elizabeth Mason, Patti Rodi (Monk), and Jean Ashman. Jean Ashman was elected President; Roger Jacobs was chosen Vice President; and Marcia Koslov was elected Secretary/Treasurer.

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