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microcard

[′mī·krō‚kärd]
(graphic arts)
A type of microtext, consisting of photographic prints 7.5 by 12.5 centimeters in size prepared from 16- or 35-millimeter film, commonly at a reduction of 20 diameters.
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The microcard technology used by Readex in the enormously significant English and American Drama collection, before that technology was overtaken by microfiche, is in serious danger of being lost, put in storage, or jettisoned.
Painter, 1972, Washington, DC: NCR Microcard Editions) (1972).
Technical experts projected the "microcard" would be used for mail editions and file purposes.
Bradford (eds), An Index of Characters in English Printed Drama (Colorado: Microcard Editions Books, 1975), 146.
Supreme Court Records and Briefs, Washington, DC: Microcard Editions.
The first edition was republished in a microcard reprint of 1969.]
is available on the microcard edition of Early American Imprints; the only known copy of Cruel Murder!!
On school library information resources, Elaturoti (2000) highlighted the school library media centre resources to include, books, periodical, newspaper, pamphlets, brochures, handbills, and ephemeral notices, audio materials (disc, phonographic records, audio-tapes on reels and cassettes), film materials (slides, film-strips, motion picture films as well as other forms of photographic film), graphics, video materials (video-tapes on reels, cassettes and cartridges as well as video disc), Realia (toys, games, model and actual specimens) and microforms (microfilm, microfiche and microcard).
by Carol June Bradley, Reader Series in Library and Information Science, 299-302 (Washington, DC: Microcard Editions Books, 1973).