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|Title:||David Lubin Memorial Library|
|Description:||The David Lubin Memorial Library of the Food and Agriculture Organization(FAO) honors the memory of the founder of the International Institute of Agriculture (IIA), the predecessor of the FAO . The site includes links to the library catalogue and online exhibits.
The library was established in Rome at the 1952 FAO Conference, and holds collections in food, agriculture and international development. Subjects covered include: agriculture, food and nutrition, rural development, plant production and protection, animal production and health, agricultural machinery, agro-industries, agro-forestry, forestry, fisheries, sustainable development, statistics, and agricultural economics.
The library holds over one million volumes; the journal collection contains approximately 13,000 titles of which 1,450 are electronic. The working collection consists of FAO documentation, books and serials in FAO subject fields, a comprehensive reference collection and specialized branch library collections in fisheries and forestry. The library also includes the IIA Institutional Memory and Rare Books collection.
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