The most comprehensive source available for current bibliographic information, the Bibliographic Guide to Anthropology and Archaeology lists publications cataloged during the past year by the Tozzer Library, the library of anthropology and archaeology at Harvard University (formerly part of Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology). It also serves as an annual supplement to the Author and Subject Catalogues of the Tozzer Library, Second Enlarged Edition (G.K. Hall, 1988). The Tozzer Library is one of the foremost anthropology collections in the world. The Library has extensive holdings in each of the major subfields of anthropology, including archaeology, cultural/social anthropology, biological/physical anthropology and anthropological linguistics. Latin American archaeology and ethnology are among the collection's many areas of great strength. The Bibliographic Guide contains entries for books, serials, microforms, manuscripts, maps and video recordings from several countries and in various languages. Bibliographic information is derived from the Tozzer Library's HOLLIS cataloging records. In short, the Guide provides students and scholars with a single far-reaching, easily accessible source for recent material in anthropology and archaeology.