Merrimack Valley Library Consortium
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The Merrimack Valley Library Consortium (MVLC) is an American library consortium created by Nancy Jacobson and Evelyn Kuo in 1982. MVLC manages the resource sharing of 36 automated and partially automated libraries in Merrimack Valley region of northeastern Massachusetts, ensuring unified access to all of their catalogs, which represent almost three million items and more than six hundred thousand titles.
Most library cards in Massachusetts are valid at MVLC member libraries.[1]
MVLC Libraries:[2]
See also
  1. ^ "Merrimack Valley Library Consortium (MVLC)". Memorial Hall Library. Archived from the original on 2 September 2013. Retrieved 8 December 2012.
  2. ^ MVLC Libraries on MVLC website. Retrieved August 16, 2018
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