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Bruno, Hierl receive Carol Ishimoto Award for Distinguished Service

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Thomas Bruno, head of resource sharing at Widener Library, and Sebastian Hierl, Harvard College Library (HCL) librarian for Western Europe, have been named the winners of the 2009 Carol Ishimoto Award for Distinguished Service in the Harvard College Library.

Created through a 1991 endowment established by Carol Ishimoto, former associate librarian of Harvard College for cataloging and processing, the award annually recognizes a member or group of the professional staff who has advanced the mission of HCL through exceptional contributions and leadership, and includes a cash award and citation for creative professional achievement of the highest order.

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