Washington : Library of Congress : [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.], 1963.
vii, 88 pages ; 27 cm
Commonly known as the King report. A survey sponsored by the Council on Library Resources and undertaken by a team of which Gilbert W. King was chairman. "Appendix: A cost analysis of an automated system for the Library of Congress, prepared under the direction of the survey team by Herbert T. Spiro and Allan D. Kotin of the Planning Research Corporation, Los Angeles": p. 27-88.
King report on automation and the Library of Congress.