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Possible Answers: HEARTH.

Last seen on: Irish Times Crosaire – Nov 2 2018

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The Martin P. Catherwood Library, commonly known as the Catherwood Library or simply the ILR Library, serves the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. One of over a dozen libraries within the Cornell University Library system, the Catherwood Library is considered the most comprehensive resource of its kind in North America. The Catherwood Library’s stated mission is to serve as a comprehensive information center in support of the research, instruction, and service commitments of the Industrial and Labor Relations School and Cornell community. The Catherwood Library is an official Depository Library of the International Labour Organization (ILO), one of only two in the country to be so designated; the other is the Library of Congress.

By acts of the New York State Legislature in 1944, Cornell was authorized to establish the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations. The Temporary Board of Trustees mandated that the School should render three types of service, one being the provision of information “… both in response to specific inquiries from interested individuals and groups and through publications which it may initiate itself.” The Board further declared, “It will be essential to develop at the earliest possible moment a comprehensive library, both of standard works and periodicals and of documentary materials.”

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