As information brokers increased in numbers and in activity during the 1970s and 1980s, so did contact between them and the traditional librarians. Complaints surfaced in the literature and at meetings. To examine the extent of this, a questionnaire was sent to fifty librarians and brokers to ask key questions about both groups and their relationships with each other. The questionnaire was then examined to see if there were any problems and if so, what they were. The findings showed that almost half of the librarians and some of the brokers felt that relationships could be improved. Suggestions were made and trends noted.