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Harold Borko a prominent information scientist, psychologist, and educator made durable contributions to the development of modern information science. In this paper, his scholarly production is analyzed, it includes articles in scholarly journals, papers published in conference proceedings, chapters in books, books and technical reports from 1961 to 1995. Data was retrieved from various bibliographic databases such as Library and Information Science Abstracts; Science Citation Index, Google Scholar, the Publish or Perish bibliographic analyzer, and other sources. The results show Borko's contributions to library and information science by publication productivity, subject distribution, collaborative authorship and other scientometric parameters.