Wednesday, April 6, 2011

The Library Museum

Perhaps indicative of a shift towards electronic references, the bookshelves in the Infectious Diseases office are stacked full of dusty, outdated textbooks. Titles such as "The Quinolones" from 1986, "The New Generation of Quinolones" from 1990, a cassette tape about Hepatitis B, and "Current Chemotherapy" from 1977 line the shelves. Until a 2010 White Pages appeared, the 1996 street directory was the newest book in the room. It's like a tiny little museum.

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