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Included are a total of 20 libraries located throughout the museums and research institutes of the Smithsonian Institution: National
Air and Space Museum Library, Washington, DC; National Museum of American History, Washington, DC; National Museum
of Natural History Library, Washington, DC; National Postal Museum Library, Washington, DC; National Zoological Park
Library, Washington, DC; Smithsonian American Art Museum, National Portrait Gallery Library, Washington, DC; Smithsonian
Environmental Research Center Library, Edgewater, Maryland; Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and
Culture Library, Washington, DC; Botany and Horticulture Library, Washington, DC; Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum
Library, New York, New York; Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology, Washington, DC; Earl S. Tupper Library
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Republic of Panama; Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Library,
Washington, DC; John Wesley Powell Library of Anthropology, Washington, DC; Joseph F. Cullman, 3rd Library of Natural History,
Washington, DC; Museum Studies and Reference Library, Washington, DC; Museum Support Center Library, Suitland, Maryland;
Vine Deloria Jr. Library, National Museum of the American Indian, Suitland, Maryland; Warren M. Robbins Library, National
Museum of African Art, Washington DC.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 1,551,323.
1bi-1bii 15,385 volumes added is the net of all volumes added minus all volumes withdrawn. The report generated by the ILS does not
display total “adds” and total withdrawals prior to calculating the net.
15a-15b Smithsonian Institution Libraries serves as the purchasing agent for all monographs, serials and electronic resources for the
Smithsonian Institution. Purchases processed for The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (which is not under SIL
administration) are not added to the SIL collections and the expenditures for monographs and serials are not included in (15).
15c For 2005-06, the number reported was for document delivery and interlibrary loan. That number is now reported in (25).
17 Actual “on board” costs. Does not include any “lapsed salaries” due to vacancies. Lapsed salaries were reprogrammed for
expenditures in other areas.
19 Includes staff travel, training, cataloging, digitizing, collection care supplies and services, general, preservation and automation
supplies, equipment purchases, memberships, equipment maintenance, and miscellaneous contracts. Does not include health and
transit benefits, building maintenance, public programs, exhibitions and development expenditures.
23a Includes OCLC and Innodata costs. Innodata was used primarily for cataloging Chinese, Japanese and Korean titles into the RLG
Union Catalog prior to the OCLC/RLG merger. Also includes the costs of migrating records from RLG to OCLC.
Includes Thomas Cooper Library, South Caroliniana Library, Business Library, Math Library, Music Library, and the Film Library.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,531,538.
Includes all USC branch Libraries as well as the Norris Medical Library, Wilson Dental Library, Call Law Library.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,968,928.
4 Provided detailed information on method for counting serials. For more information see: http://libraryassessment.info/?cat=28.
1 Includes 254,476 e books.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,054,746. Number revised as per instructions, reflecting one time download of records for e
book collection (Sabin).
1b 4 electronic books (Oxford Encyclopedias).
2 2005-06 high number included one time acquisition of Sabin e books.
4a Change in classification of non subscribed titles from consortial journal packages, from “not purchased” to “purchased” explains
(4a) and (4b).
11 Decrease reflects withdrawal of vertical file material.
31 Decrease due to construction project.
1 Includes 6,313 e books.
16 Excludes theses and dissertations.
25 Includes bibliographic utility fees.
Includes Health Sciences & Law libraries.
1a Volumes held June 30, 2006 revised to 3,606,625. This number is 174,940 higher than reported in 2005-06 due to an adjustment to
include e books acquired prior to 6/30/06.