What is the name of the book that can find locate information about a subject?
What kind of information do you find in Subject Guide to Books in Print Is it general information or books that are currently being published?
Before computers existed to keep the information needed to locate a particular book, that information was kept in a library's card catalogue. This is a system of thousands of index cards, three for each book, giving identifying information on that book and where to find it in the library. Each book would have a separate card for its author, title and subject matter with each card being filed in a separate section pertaining to those…
The Savings and Loan Crisis, also known as the S&L Crisis, of the 1980's and 1990's was when there was a failure of 747 out of the 3,234 savings and loan associations in the United States. You can find more information on this matter in an encyclopedia. You can also purchase a book written on this subject at a book store such as Barnes and Noble.