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Librarians, the tag line at the bottom of each posting

invites the reader to "view the full article."

 

In this case, the full article would be interesting.

First-hand accounts of people from years ago 

usually are.  But there is no article at the link.

 

If the link does not lead to an actual

article, might it better be rewritten to something

more accurate, such as,  "To find out more

about the library's broad resources, click here"?

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Librarians, the tag line at the bottom of each posting

invites the reader to "view the full article."

 

In this case, the full article would be interesting.

First-hand accounts of people from years ago 

usually are.  But there is no article at the link.

 

If the link does not lead to an actual

article, might it better be rewritten to something

more accurate, such as,  "To find out more

about the library's broad resources, click here"?

 

John,

 

In this case, this image was the entirety of the article. It was just a one page spread on the topic.

 

As for the "View the full article" link, we cannot change that. All of these posts are automatically posted from an RSS Feed off of our Tumblr page http://aacalibrary.tumblr.com/ and the "View the full article" link is added automatically by the RSS Feed. This is something we cannot edit. With Tumblr being a very image heavy social media platform we usually don't go too in depth with images and such because posts that are like that tend to not do as well as image based posts. If something does pique your interest we will be glad to take a research request on a topic at http://www.aacalibrary.org/request-form/  or you can stop by, or give us a call. You can also reply to the post as you have done here, but keep in mind that we only check the forum every couple of days or so. Sorry about the confusion of the "View the full article" but as I said we have no control over that wording at all.

 

Take Care,

Mike

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