CRSGCross River State Government (Nigeria)
CRSGCambridge Refugee Support Group (UK)
CRSGCentral Region Signal Group
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"Supported by contributing partners Cheshire Constabulary, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service and the four local authorities in the county - Cheshire West and Chester Council, Cheshire East Council, Halton Borough Council and Warrington Borough Council - CRSG is investing in new technologies and innovation to make our roads safer.
One of the first respondents was Pauline Atherton (now Pauline Atherton Cochrane) and thus began a lifelong friendship between the two women as they provided integral leadership to the fledgling CRSG (Cochrane, 2001/2002, pp.
In a 1959 editorial in American Documentation, Shera's pride in the fledgling CRSG is evident: We have expressed our great admiration, not entirely tinged with envy, for the excellence of the work of the Classification Research Study [sic] Group in the United Kingdom.
Shera, after reviewing a draft copy of the list, made the following recommendation "Shouldn't you include Ranganathan on the reading list?" (16) Richmond continued to add to the CRSG reading list over the years because she observed that "so much interest has been shown in classification during the last decade that it seems very unlikely that the two most recent great systematizers, Bliss and Ranganathan, have said the last word for the twentieth century in this field" (Richmond, 1970d, p.
Richmond's recollections of the CRSG are of an informal organization "with no visible means of support" (Richmond, 1963c, p.
No doubt the discussions in the CRSG helped Richmond to formulate and to sharpen her understanding of the importance of facet analysis in the classification process and as the basis for new approaches to knowledge organization.
Vickery himself had sent her a prepublication draft for inclusion in the files of the CRSG traveling library (Richmond, 1961, p.