Basu, Pernendu. Records and archives: what are they? Indian archives, 2:75-81 (1948).
Records and archives: what are they?
Indian archives
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2
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81
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Basu, Pernendu. Why preserve records? Indian archives, 3:88-95 (1949). Completes the discourse begun in the author's "Records and archives: what are they?"
Why preserve records?
Indian archives
, vol. 
3
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88
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95
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Brooks, Philip C. Archivists and their colleagues: common denominators. American archivist, 14:33-45 (Jan., 1951). The presidential address delivered at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists at Madison, Wisconsin, October 9, 1950.
Archivists and their colleagues: common denominators
American archivist
, vol. 
14
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33
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Contin, Silvestre E. Manual de archivo. Ciudad Trujillo, Imp. Rincón, 1949. 138 p.
Evans, Luther H. ADI's tasks. American documentation, 1:127-130 (Aug., 1950). Remarks made by the author in accepting the presidency of the American Documentation Institute, February 9, 1950. Suggest four areas of activity for the Institute and includes the suggestion that ADI should not interest itself in archival science per se, although it is interested in certain bibliographical procedures that would extend to archives.
ADI's tasks
American documentation
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Farradane, J. E. L. A scientific theory of classification and indexing and its practical applications. Journal of documentation, 6:[83]-99 (June, 1950). An attempt to arrive at a general theory of classification.
A scientific theory of classification and indexing and its practical applications
Journal of documentation
, vol. 
6
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83
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99
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Grover, Wayne C. Records at the grass roots. County officer, 15, no. 5:9-12, 25 (Aug., 1950). An article stressing the importance and value of county records and indicating the factors to be considered in providing for their proper administration and care.
Records at the grass roots
County officer
, vol. 
15
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9
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12
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International Council on Archives. Répertoire selectif de guides des archives, en supplement au "Guide international des archives," t. I: Europe (1934), publié par l'Institut International de Cooperation Intellectuelle. Paris, UNESCO [1950] 42 p. Published by the International Council on Archives with the financial assistance of UNESCO, this list provides up-to-date information as to the existence of guides to the holdings of the central archival establishments in Europe published since 1934 and similar information for non-European Countries, 1900 to date. It thus is a partial and provisional supplement to the Guide international des archives, published in 1934, which was confined to Europe. Some information relating to business and institutional archives guides and to guides to photographic, microphotographic, sound-recording, and motion-picture collections is also provided, but coverage in these fields is extremely uneven.
Jenkinson, Hilary. Twenty-five years; some reminiscences of an English archivist, 1923-1948. Indian archives, 3:12-35 (1949).
Twenty-five years; some reminiscences of an English archivist, 1923-1948
Indian archives
, vol. 
3
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12
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35
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Kane, Lucile M. A guide for collectors of manuscripts. St. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society, 1951. 15 p. (Service bulletin no. 1). A brief guide intended for use by historical societies and outlining rudimentary considerations and procedures for the assembling and control of a manuscripts collection.
A guide for collectors of manuscripts
pg. 
15
 
Lewis, Wilmarth S. You know all about books. Atlantic monthly, 186:77-80 (July, 1950). Discusses the historical value of unpublished materials.
You know all about books
Atlantic monthly
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186
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77
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80
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Meisner, Heinrich O. Urkunden- und Aktenlehre der Neuzeit. Leipzig, Koehler & Amelang, 1950. 241 p.
Urkunden- und Aktenlehre der Neuzeit
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241
 
Ramacciotti, Gaetano. Archivi ed archivisti. Il libro e le biblioteche, atti del primo congresso bibliogico francescano internazionale, 20-27 febraio 1949. Parte prima. Conference di carattere generale. Romae, Pontificium athenaeum antonianum, 1950. p. [441]-510. A discussion of basic principles of archival theory and practice and of the status of the archival profession in Italy.
Record, P. D. The bibliography of paleography. Journal of documentation, 6:[1]-5 (Mar., 1950).
The bibliography of paleography
Journal of documentation
, vol. 
6
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1
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5
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Torres Bodet, Jaime. Message from M. Bodet, Director-General of UNESCO, to the International Congress on Archives, UNESCO House, 21 August 1950. [Paris] 1950. 3 p. An English version of the opening address delivered on the occasion of the first meeting of the Constituent Assembly of the International Council on Archives.
U. S. National Archives. The control of records at the record group level. [Washington] 1950. 12 p. (Staff information circular no. 15).
Writings on archives, records management, and historical manuscripts, July 1949-June 1950. Comp. by Lester W. Smith. American archivist, 13:357-386 (Oct., 1950). II. Filing Techniques and Management of Current Records A. General Discussion
[Aluminum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa.] Filed on film; microphotography used to make permanent records of our engineering drawings. ALCOA news, 22, no. 5: [4-5] (Mar. 5, 1951). Describes ALCOA's program of making 70 mm reproductions of its engineering drawings, permitting the destruction of most of the originals.
Amelia, Thomas. Philadelphia records and a program for administration. American archivist, 14:47-57 (Jan., 1951). An article submitted in somewhat different format as a report to the Philadelphia Charter Commission by the Philadelphia Committee of the Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc.
Philadelphia records and a program for administration
American archivist
, vol. 
14
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47
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57
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Are you storing junk? Modern industry, 20, no. 1:57-61 (July 15, 1950). Argues the case for efficient records management.
Badgett, S. B. General Electric Company's records management program at Hanford Works. [n. p., n. d.] 14 p. Reprint of a paper presented at the Atomic Energy Commission Records Management Conference, May 23, 1951, in New York City. Describes the building and equipment, organization, and operations of the Records Service Center administered jointly by the Atomic Energy Commission and the General Electric Company at Hanford, Wash. The Center was designed by the National Records Management Council, which also served in consultant capacity in establishing the program.
Barr, James A. Management and conservation. Systems for modern management, 14, no. 11:8-9 (Nov., 1950). Describes recent improvements in the management of current records in the Bureau of Land Management.
Management and conservation
Systems for modern management
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8
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Berni, I. J. If filing costs too much, check on what you are filing! Office management and equipment, 11, no. 9:42-43 (Sept., 1950).
If filing costs too much, check on what you are filing!
Office management and equipment
, vol. 
11
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42
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43
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Berni, I. J. Why file so much so long? NOMA forum, 25, no. 7:23-25 (July, 1950). A consideration of the problem of records retention.
Why file so much so long?
NOMA forum
, vol. 
25
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23
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25
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Chatfield, Helen L. The development of record systems. American archivist, 13:259-267 (July, 1950). A paper read before the Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C., on March 24, 1950. A condensed version of the paper appears in Systems for modern management, 14, no. 7:15, 34 (July, 1950) and no. 9:12, 29 (Sept., 1950).
The development of record systems
American archivist
, vol. 
13
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Chatfield, Helen L. Your records and the atomic age; security regulations can be kept without overstuffing files. Office appliances, 93, no. 3:21-22 (Mar., 1951).
Your records and the atomic age; security regulations can be kept without overstuffing files
Office appliances
, vol. 
93
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21
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22
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Dale, Bert. Filing by weight. Systems for modern management, 15, no. 2: 24-25 (Feb., 1951). Describes the incentive-payment system in use in the filing department of Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, where filing production is measured in terms of count-by-weight.
Filing by weight
Systems for modern management
, vol. 
15
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24
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25
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Darby, Kimball. Microfilming marches on. Office management and equipment, 11, no. 10:46-48 (Oct., 1950). Surveys some of the uses to which microfilming techniques have been put in business offices.
Microfilming marches on
Office management and equipment
, vol. 
11
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46
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48
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Dartnell Corporation. Cutting filing costs; special investigation. Chicago, Ill., Dartnell Corporation [n. d.] 1 vol., looseleaf. (Report no. 590.) A study based on a survey of filing practices in 235 companies. Analyzes administrative techniques employed in these companies and develops certain general principles of records management, particularly as to the locus of the records management function.
Delaware. Public Archives Commission. Approved list of papers and inks, 1950-1951. Dover [1951] 4 p. Issued in accordance with statutory requirements that all custodians of public books of record or registries of the State or of any county or incorporated municipality use for recording purposes only such papers and inks as have been tested and approved by the Public Archives Commission.
Eskew, Garnett L. How GSA is managing government records. Office, 33, no. 3:7-8, 10, 13 (Mar., 1951). Describes some of the accomplishments to date of the Records Management Division of the National Archives and Records Service.
How GSA is managing government records
Office
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Foley, J. F. and Fred C. Gleason. Lack of control increases file costs. Purchasing, 29, no. 5: 168-169 (Nov., 1950). Includes charts showing annual cost per four-drawer file, and annual cost of operating one four-drawer file.
Lack of control increases file costs
Purchasing
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168
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169
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George, H. E. How long do you keep your records? Purchasing, 29, no. 1:153, 156-157, 160 (July, 1950). Provides survey findings on the records-retention policies of 67 companies in Cleveland, Ohio.
How long do you keep your records?
Purchasing
, vol. 
29
 pg. 
153
 
Great Britain. Treasury. Procedure records. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1950. 32 p. Describes several forms of procedure records useful in organization and methods work and suitable also for other purposes.
Great Britain. Treasury. Public administration, a bibliography for organization & methods. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1950. 18 p. Entries relating to records, filing, indexing, and classification appear on p. 14-15.
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. Annual report of the chairman, 1949-1950. [Washington, 1951] 4, [4] p.
Leahy, Emmett J. In records management — cheaper to build than move! Office management and equipment, 12; no. 5: 38-39, 44d (May, 1951). Describes the records service center recently completed at Richland, Wash., for the General Electric Company's Hanford Works under the direction of the Atomic Energy Commission. Architectural and engineering designs were completed by experts of the National Records Management Council under contract with the General Electric Company.
In records management — cheaper to build than move!
Office management and equipment
, vol. 
12
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38
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39
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Lovett, Robert W. Looking around. Harvard business review, 29: 127, 130 + (Mar., 1951). Surveys the literature of the field of business records.
Looking around
Harvard business review
, vol. 
29
 pg. 
127
 
National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. Uniform photographic copies of business and public records as evidence act; approved and recommended for enactment at its annual conference meeting at St. Louis, Missouri, August 29-September 3, 1949; approved by the American Bar Association at its meeting at St. Louis, Missouri, September 8, 1949. [n. p., n. d.] 7 p.
National Records Management Council. Target: red tape; a staff report to the Michigan Joint Legislative Committee on Reorganization of State Government. [n. p.] 1951. 30, xvii p. Valuable as a pioneer study of the records management problem in a State government, this report was prepared with the cooperation of various agencies of the State of Michigan and was made possible through a grant of funds by the Kellogg Foundation.
New York (State) Civil Service Department. Training Division. Instructor's manual for records maintenance course. Albany [n. d.] 71, 15 p. (Manual no. 3.)
New York (State) Civil Service Department. Training Division. Study material for use by filing personnel. Albany [n. d.] 18 p. (Manual no. 2.) This material is reprinted with the permission of Remington Rand, Inc., from its Progressive indexing and filing (c1943), for use in an in-service training institute on the techniques of filing conducted for the files personnel of the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.
Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc. Philadelphia Committee. Philadelphia records and a program for administration; prepared for the Philadelphia Charter Commission by Thomas Amelia. [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc.] 1950. 19 p. Recommends that the Philadelphia Charter Commission establish a Department of Public Records under the new city charter. The proposed Department of Public Records would be responsible for the direction and execution of a planned program of records administration.
Perlman, Isadore. The records disposal program. Supplies and Accounts Bureau, Monthly newsletter, 24, no. 10:11-12 (Oct., 1950).
The records disposal program. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
Monthly newsletter
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24
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11
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Philadelphia. Charter Commission. Proposed Philadelphia home rule charter, February 14, 1951. [n. p., n. d.] 99 p. Includes provision (Ch. 11, p. 52-54) for a Department of Records, which would have responsibility for the direction and execution of a planned records and archival management program for the City of Philadelphia, as recommended by the Philadelphia Committee of the Pennsylvania Economy League, Inc.
Photographic evidence statutes applicable to bank records. Banking, 42, no. 8:76 (Feb., 1950). Lists the statutes in force in 22 States permitting the introduction in evidence of photographic copies of bank records.
Priest, Ernest H., Luta M. Sewell, and Lester J. Cappon. Creation of records: the program of Colonial Williamsburg. American archivist, 14:117-125 (Apr., 1951). Reports the results of a study undertaken by the Archives Department of Colonial Williamsburg to determine suitable materials to be used for all its written records, permanent and temporary. Includes a table of record papers and inks approved for various categories of records.
Creation of records: the program of Colonial Williamsburg
American archivist
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Pugh, W. F. You pay for good filing — do you get it? Office, 33, no. 6:6-15 (June, 1951).
You pay for good filing — do you get it?
Office
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33
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Reese, Paul E. Microfilming vs. records destruction; the case for "film records management" in cost minus. Office executive, 26, no. 2:21-24 (Feb., 1951).
Microfilming vs. records destruction; the case for "film records management" in cost minus
Office executive
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26
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21
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24
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Remington Rand, Inc. "Progressive indexing and filing," condensed course for government offices. New York [1949] 71 p.
Remington Rand, Inc. Management Controls Division. How to simplify your files and filing systems. [n. p., n. d.] 38 p. A popular brochure.
Rockefeller Foundation. Annual report, 1949. New York [n. d.] 462 p. The Foundation's grant to the National Records Management Council is discussed on p. 251-253.
U. S. Adjutant-General's Office. Records and reports; records administration. Washington, 1950. 7 p. (Army regulations no. 345-905.)
U. S. Agriculture Department. Administrative regulations. Amendment no. 11, June 16, 1950. Title 4, Chapter 8, Official records. [Washington, 1950] Looseleaf. This amendment includes descriptive reference to Plant and Operations Publication no. 9, How to file and find correspondence records, defines record and nonrecord material, describes the procedure for securing authority to dispose of records, and changes from semiannual to annual the requirement for a report of record materials disposed of.
U. S. Air Force Department. Administration of records. [Washington] 1950. 247 p., looseleaf. (AFM 181-5.) This manual is to be presented in three parts, of which this installment is part one, "Disposition of records." Parts two and three, "Maintenance of current records" and "Microfilming of records," respectively, are to be published later.
U. S. Air Force Department. Correspondence preparation and procedures. [Washington, 1950] 1 vol., looseleaf. (AFM 10-1.)
U. S. Civil Service Commission. Basic personnel records and files system for Federal agencies. [Washington] 1950. 46 p. (Civil Service handbook S-812.)
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Topographic manual. Pt. II. Photogrammetry. Washington, 1949. 570 p. (Special publication no. 249.) Chapter 7, Records and reports, is of particular interest (p. 470-496).
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Judiciary. Evidentiary value of microfilmed records; report. [Washington, 1951] 5 p. (82-1, H. Rept. 536.) A favorable report without amendment on H. R. 4106, a bill to amend title 28 of the United States Code, entitled "Judiciary and Judicial procedure," by adding a new section thereto, known as section 1732b, to permit the photographic reproduction of business records and the introduction of the same in evidence.
U. S. Economic Cooperation Administration. ECA records manual. [Washington, 1950] 1 vol., (looseleaf). Prescribes a uniform system for current records management operations.
U. S. Reclamation Bureau. Standard correspondence filing system handbook. Pt. 1. Installation and operating procedures. Pt. 2. File outline. Pt. 3. Subject index. Washington, 1949. 1 vol., (looseleaf). (Office services reclamation manual, vol. 21, specialist supplement no. 2.) The official standard correspondence filing system of the Bureau of Reclamation, constituting a revision of its Standard correspondence file system (1943).
U. S. Selective Service System. Selective Service System form manual. [Washington, 1950] 687 p. A manual prepared to establish a permanent record of the forms developed through April 30, 1950, by the Selective Service Act of 1948. Includes forms used by the Office of Selective Service Records.
U. S. Ships Bureau. Administrative Management Division. How to transfer records. Office practices bulletin, 5, no. 1: 1-4 (May 1, 1951). Instructions for use by Bureau personnel in preparing records for transfer to the Naval Records Management Center.
Vincens, John R. The retention and destruction of bank records. Banking, 43, no. 5:43, 110, 112; no. 6: 52-53, 107-108; no. 7:49-50, 100; no. 8:52-53, 152; no. 9:113 (Nov., Dec., 1950, Jan., Feb., Mar., 1951). Contents. — The retention and destruction of bank records; Statutes on record retention; Microfilming bank records; Protecting bank records against bombing; A bibliography on protection of bank records in wartime.
The retention and destruction of bank records
Banking
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43
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43
 
Zitmore, Irving. How to decide whether to microfilm business records, and how to go about it. Journal of accountancy, 91: 276-281 (Feb., 1951). See also 89, 90, 125, 127, 135, 145, 154, 197, 211-212, 317, 326, 331. B. Management and Protection of Records in Wartime
How to decide whether to microfilm business records, and how to go about it
Journal of accountancy
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91
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276
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281
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Bombproofing for business; rush is on to protect money and records. U. S. News and world report, 29, no. 8:13 (Aug. 25, 1950).
Cleveland Public Library. Business Information Bureau. Civil defense protection [a bibliography]. Business information sources, 22, no. 2:5-8 (Mar.-Apr., 1951). Includes items relating to the safeguarding of business records.
Fiske, John W. Protecting records from atomic bomb damage. Office, 33, no. 1:143-150 (Jan., 1951).
Protecting records from atomic bomb damage
Office
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33
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Hedeman, A. R. Records protection in wartime and peacetime. Office, 33, no. 1:94, 165, 167 (Jan., 1951).
Records protection in wartime and peacetime
Office
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94, 165, 167
 
Jackson, Russell. Protecting records in time of war. Office Management Association. Improving office planning and controls. New York [1950] p. 31-40. The author is methods analyst at the Socony-Vacuum Oil Company.
Improving office planning and controls
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Jackson, Russell. Protecting records in time of war. Office economist, 23, no. 1:7 (Jan.-Feb., 1951). From an address given at the office management conference of the American Management Association, New York City, October, 1950.
Protecting records in time of war
Office economist
, vol. 
23
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7
 
Leahy, Emmett J. How safe are your company records? [n. p., n. d.] 2 p. (Reprinted from Mill & factory, Oct., 1950). Presents factors to be considered in deciding to disperse or duplicate business records for security purposes.
Leahy, Emmett J. and Robert A. Schiff. Bombs do not respect vital business records. Controller, 19:109-112 (Mar., 1951). Reports the results of a field study of the experience of English, Dutch, and French companies in protecting business records during World War II.
Bombs do not respect vital business records
Controller
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Leahy, Emmett J. and Robert E. Weil. Will one fire or bomb ruin your company? New York, National Records Management Council [n. d.] [4] p. (Reprinted from Mill & factory, Apr., 1951.)
Leahy, Emmett J. and Wesley A. Clark. Planning a new records storage center — now a current problem. New York, National Records Management Council [n. d.] [4] p. (Reprinted from Plant engineering, Mar., 1951.) Emphasizes factors of site location and building and equipment specifications.
Planning a new records storage center — now a current problem
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4
 
National Industrial Conference Board, Inc. Protecting records in wartime. New York, National Industrial Conference Board, Inc. [1951] 40 p. (Studies in business policy no. 51.)
New York (State) University. Archives and History Division. Protecting local public records against bombing attacks. Albany [n. d.] 19 p. A manual for custodians of local public records, outlining criteria for selecting, in consultation with civil defense personnel and officials of local government, those records essential to civil defense and describing steps to be taken in protecting and preserving them.
Research Institute of America, Inc. Your business and the A-bomb. New York, 1950. 25 p.
Will records go underground? Office management and equipment, 11, no. 12:58 (Dec., 1950). Describes a proposed 4-story underground shelter for joint use by big-city office organizations.
Williams, A. Wyn. Can business records be protected from the A-bomb? Purchasing, 29, no. 5:76-78, 293, 296 (Nov., 1950). Urges importance of protecting vital records, but calls attention to waste in indiscriminate retention of non-current records.
Can business records be protected from the A-bomb?
Purchasing
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Would your records survive bombings of big cities? American business, 20, no. 10:20 (Oct., 1950). Proposes the establishment of a bomb-proof underground vault, jointly accessible to big city offices, to protect vital records.
You can live despite A-bomb. U. S. News and world report, 29, no. 25: 26-27 (Dec. 15, 1950). Suggestions as to the protection of home and factory, with an indication of types of records of special importance. See also 64. III. History, Organization, and Current Activities of Archival Agencies, Manuscript Depositories and Related Organizations A. United States in General and Federal Government
American Historical Association. Annual report for the year 1949. Vol. 1. Proceedings and list of members. Washington [1950] 172 p. Of particular interest are the reports of the Executive Secretary, p. 7-12; the Committee on the Littleton-Griswold Fund, p. 37-38; the Committee on Business Records, p. 39; the Committee on Government Publications, p. 39; the Committee on Documentary Reproduction, p. 40-41; and the Ad Hoc Committee on Manuscripts, p. 41-42.
Brooks, Philip C. The president's page. American archivist, 13:268-270, 341-342 (July, Oct., 1950). Observations addressed to the membership of the Society of American Archivists by its president.
The president's page
American archivist
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Browne, Henry J. The American Catholic archival tradition. American archivist, 14:127-139 (Apr., 1951). A paper read before the American Catholic Historical Association in Chicago, December 29, 1950.
The American Catholic archival tradition
American archivist
, vol. 
14
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127
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139
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Grover, Wayne C. Archives, National. 1951 Britannica book of the year; a record of the march of events of 1950. Chicago, Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc. [1951] p. 61. A similar article appeared in The Americana annual, 1951 (New York, Americana Corp. [1951]), p. 464-465.
1951 Britannica book of the year; a record of the march of events of 1950
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61
 
Grover, Wayne C. Recent developments in Federal archival activities. American archivist, 14:3-12 (Jan., 1951). A paper read before the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists at Madison, Wisconsin, October 10, 1950. Also issued separately.
Recent developments in Federal archival activities
American archivist
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Hill, Roscoe R. American missions in European archives. Mexico, D. F. [Pan American Institute of Geography and History] 1951. 138 p. (Misiones Americanas en los Archivos Europeos, II.) A study of the various projects undertaken by individuals and organizations in the United States to obtain information concerning and copies of documents in European archives relating to the area now embraced in the United States.
American missions in European archives
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138
 
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. Federal records centers. [Washington, 1951] 12 p. Report of the meeting of December 1, 1950, at which F. J. Giannini of the Civil Aeronautics Administration and Everett O. Alldredge of the National Archives and Records Service were the speakers.
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. Records centers and their relation to current files management. [Washington, 1950] 11 p. Report of the meeting of November 18, 1949, at which Robert Ballentine and Robert Beets of the Management Staff Division, Adjutant-General's Office, John Gross of the Records Administration Center, St. Louis, and Joseph Shupienis, Kansas City Records Center were the speakers.
Lacy, Dan. The Library of Congress: a sesquicentenary review. I. The development of the collections. Library quarterly, 20:157-179 (July, 1950). The first of two articles. The present acquisitions policy of the Library with respect to manuscripts is defined on p. 172-173, and a consideration of the Library's role in the microfilming of unique materials abroad is given on p. 177-179.
The Library of Congress: a sesquicentenary review. I. The development of the collections
Library quarterly
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20
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157
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Leland, Waldo G. The story of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library; address on the occasion of the opening of the Franklin D. Roosevelt papers for research, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, N. Y., March 17, 1950. Archivi, ser. 2, 18, fasc. 1:47-52 (1951). Appended, p. 53-58, are "Facts concerning the Franklin D. Roosevelt papers opened for purposes of research at noon Friday, March 17, 1950, and information concerning the Roosevelt Library," and "Program for opening of Franklin D. Roosevelt papers, March 17, 1950."
McAvoy, Thomas T. Catholic archives and their preservation. Catholic library practice. Vol. 2. Portland, Oreg., Univ. of Portland Press, 1950. p. [85]-99.
Catholic library practice
, vol. 
2
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85
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99
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Postell, Paul E. Air University aids leaders. Library journal, 75:1012-1016 (June 15, 1950). The librarian of the Air University describes the services and holdings of the Library, which has in its keeping substantial quantities of captured German documents.
Air University aids leaders
Library journal
, vol. 
75
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1012
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1016
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Society of American Archivists. Reports for the year 1949-1950. American archivist, 14:58-76 (Jan., 1951).
U. S. Adjutant-General's Office. Departmental Records Branch. Codification of depository policies and practices. [Washington] 1950. 35 p. (Technical memo no. 50-5)
U. S. Adjutant-General's Office. Records Administration Center, St. Louis, Mo. Report of administration & operations, fiscal year 1950. [St. Louis, 1950] 81 p. Includes the report of the Kansas City Records Center.
U. S. Congress. Committee of Conference, 1950. Admendments to Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949; conference report. [Washington, 1950] 18 p. (81-2, H. Rept. 3001.) The conference report to accompany S. 3959, which includes the Federal Records Act of 1950.
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Independent office appropriations for 1952. Hearings … 82-1. Washington, 1951. 2 vols. Hearings on the National Archives and Records Service appear on p. 1168 and p. 1252-1275 of vol. 2. The Committee's report on the appropriation was issued as 82-1, H. Rept. 384.
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments. Amending the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949; report. [Washington, 1950] 47 p. (81-2, H. Rept. 2747.) A favorable report on H. R. 9129, the "Federal Records Act of 1950."
U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments. To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949. Hearings … 81-2. Washington, 1950. 163 p. Hearings on H. R. 7545, H. R. 8353, H. R. 8416, H. R. 8890, and H. R. 9129. Testimony regarding the records-related provisions of these bills (the "Federal Records Act of 1950") appears on p. 79-112, and related letters and statements addressed to the Committee appear on p. 151-163.
U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Independent offices appropriations, 1952. Hearings … 82-1. Washington, 1951. 803 p. Hearings on the National Archives and Records Service appear on p. 508, 510-515. The Committee's report on the appropriation was issued as 82-1, S. Rept. 418.
U. S. General Services Administration. Annual report for the year ending June 30, 1950. Washington, 1951. 95 p. The report on "National Archives and Records Management" appears on p. 51-72.
U. S. Geological Survey. Map Information Office. Federal surveys and maps — accomplishments during 1949. [Washington, 1950] 35 p. The accomplishments of the Cartographic Records Branch of the National Archives are described on p. 29-31.
U. S. Library of Congress. Departmental & divisional manuals. No. 17. Manuscripts Division. Washington, 1950. 43 p. A functional manual, describing the organization and activities of the Division and explaining the general policies that govern its administration. One of a series of departmental and divisional manuals issued by the Library of Congress.
U. S. National Archives and Records Service. Annual report, from the Annual Report of the Administrator of General Services for the year ending June 30, 1950. Washington, 1951. p. 51-74. Reprinted from item 103, above.
U. S. Laws, Statutes, Etc. An act to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, and for other purposes. [Washington, 1950] 15 p. (81-2, Pub. Law 754.) The major part of this act comprises the "Federal Records Act of 1950."
U. S. Laws, Statutes, Etc. An act to implement Reorganization Plan numbered 20 of 1950, by amending title 1 of the United States Code, as regards publication of the United States Statutes at Large, to provide for the publication of treaties and other international agreements between the United States of America and other countries in a separate compilation, to be known as United States Treaties and Other International Agreements, and for other purposes. [Washington, 1950] 2 p. (81-2, Pub. Law 821.)
U. S. Laws, Statutes, Etc. An act to increase the annual authorization for the appropriation of funds for collecting, editing, and publishing of official papers relating to the Territories of the United States. [Washington, 1950] 1 p. (81-2, Pub. Law 602.) Provides authorization for an annual appropriation of $50,000 for the purpose stated, in the lieu of the $30,000 formerly authorized. See also 144, 152, 320, 324, 351, 353-354, 360-361. B. State and Local
Bancroftiana; published occasionally by the Friends of the Bancroft Library. No. 1- Mar. 1950-. Berkeley, Calif., 1950-. Describes the moving of the Bancroft Library to new quarters and indicates its departmental organization.
Brinton, Ellen S. Archives of causes and movements: difficulties and some solutions as illustrated by the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. American archivist, 14:147-153 (Apr., 1951).
Archives of causes and movements: difficulties and some solutions as illustrated by the Swarthmore College Peace Collection
American archivist
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Colorado. State Historical Society. Report of the president, Dr. James G. Rogers. Colorado magazine, 28: [1]-10 (Jan., 1951). The report on the Division of State Archives, 1950, appears on p. 7-9.
Delaware. Public Archives Commission. Annual report for the fiscal year July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950. Dover, 1950. 70 p. Urges, in connection with the execution of the records-management responsibilities of the Hall of Records, the addition of a position of Public Records Examiner.
Fox, Edith M. The genesis of Cornell University's Collection of Regional History. American archivist, 14:105-116 (Apr., 1951).
The genesis of Cornell University's Collection of Regional History
American archivist
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Gambrell, Herbert. The Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center. Southwestern historical quarterly, 54:[1]-5 (July, 1950). A paper read at the opening of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center, which is designed to bring together in the "old" library of the University of Texas all the University's holdings, both printed and manuscript, relating to Texas history.
The Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center
Southwestern historical quarterly
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54
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Gray, James. The University and the Historical Society. Minnesota history, 32:1-11 (Spring, 1951). Describes the services of the succession of men including Guy Stanton Ford and Solon J. Buck, whose careers in the service of the Minnesota Historical Society and of the University of Wisconsin typify the close relationship existing between the two institutions.
The University and the Historical Society
Minnesota history
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Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, Calif. Twenty-third annual report, July 1, 1949-June 30, 1950. San Marino, Calif., 1951. 36 p.
Iowa. State Department of History and Archives. Thirtieth biennial report, July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1950. Des Moines, 1950. 8 p.
Kansas. State Historical Society. Secretary's report, year ending October 17, 1950. Kansas historical quarterly, 19:52-59 (Feb., 1951). The reports of the Archives and the Manuscripts Divisions appear on p. 53-55.
Local history collections: a symposium. College and research libraries, 11:346-354, 362 (Oct., 1950). Contents. — Local history and university archives in the University of Rochester Library, by Margaret Butterfield; The development of a Regional History Collection at Cornell University, by Edith M. Fox; The Vassariana Collection, by Dorothy A. Plum.
Lovett, Robert W. Business manuscripts in the Baker Library. Harvard library bulletin, 5:255-261 (Spring, 1951). Surveys the growth and development of the collections and present policy and procedures in accessioning and processing them.
Business manuscripts in the Baker Library
Harvard library bulletin
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5
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255
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261
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Maryland. Hall of Records. Fifteenth annual report of the archivist for thefiscal year July 1, 1949 through June 30, 1950. [Baltimore, n. d.] 43 p. Special attention to work in the scheduling and disposal of noncurrent records is given on p. 16-21.
Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library. The Clements Library, a brief description. Ann Arbor, 1950. 31 p. (Bulletin no. 58.)
Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library. Report, 1949-1950. Ann Arbor [n. d.] 19 p. Preprinted from the president's report.
Mood, Fulmer and Vernon Carstensen. University records and their relation to general university administration. College and research libraries, 11:337-345 (Oct., 1950). Urges the importance of the effective administration of university records and presents case studies on the problem as handled at Beloit College, the University of Wisconsin, and the University of California.
University records and their relation to general university administration
College and research libraries
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New York (State) Temporary Commission for the New York State Freedom Train. Report, March 30, 1948-March 15, 1950. Albany, Williams Press, 1950. 47 p. (Legislative document, 1950, no. 50.)
New York (State) Laws, Statutes, Etc. An act to amend the State Finance Law, in relation to the preservation of disposal of State records. [Albany, 1950] [1] p. (Laws of 1950, Ch. 223.) Adds a new article 13 to the State Finance Law, vesting in the Division of the Budget the power to authorize or require the disposal or destruction of State records, subject to review by the Commissioner of Education, the Attorney General, and the Comptroller, effective October 1, 1950. The Division of the Budget is also empowered to authorize or require the transfer of noncurrent State records from the office of origin to depositories designated by the Director, to enquire into the condition, character, amount, and method of keeping records, and to require special reports as necessary.
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. Hayes Memorial Library and Museum. The Hayes Memorial. By Watt P. Marchman, Director of Research. Columbus, 1950. 39 p. Describes the Hayes Memorial Library at Fremont, Ohio, where most of the papers of President Hayes are to be found. A shorter article is to be found in Autograph collectors' journal, 3, no. 1:8-10 (Oct., 1950).
Oklahoma Historical Society. Oklahoma Historical Society. [n. p., n. d.] [20 p.] A popular brochure.
Olson, James C. The Nebraska State Historical Society in 1950. Nebraska history, 31:292-299 (Dec., 1950). Stresses the need to develop a more adequate archival program for the State.
The Nebraska State Historical Society in 1950
Nebraska history
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Oregon. State Library. Archives Division. Oregon's public records; what they mean, what they are, what is done; a brief report of activities for 1949-1950. [n. p.] 1951. [4] p.
Rector, William G. Working with lumber industry records. Wisconsin magazine of history, 33:472-478 (June, 1950). Discusses the surveys of research materials and the writing projects that are being conducted by the Forest Products History Foundation, sponsored by the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Historical Society.
Working with lumber industry records
Wisconsin magazine of history
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South Carolina. Historical Commission. Annual report to the General Assembly at the regular session of 1951. [n. p., n. d.] 16 p.
Stevens, S. K. Local historical societies in the United States. County officer, 15, no. 9:6-11, 29 (Dec., 1950). Surveys the activities of some of the leading State historical societies and indicates possibilities of future development.
Local historical societies in the United States
County officer
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Texas. State Library. Record Administration Division. Texas State business and historical records; solution to space and preservation problems; a preliminary survey. Austin, 1950. 31 [5] p. A report of a preliminary survey, confined chiefly to possible uses of microphotography, conducted by the Record Administration Division of the Texas State Library. The Division was created by act of the State Legislature in 1947.
Virginia. State Library. Report for the year ending June 30, 1950. Richmond, 1950. 15 p. The report of the Archives Division appears on p. 7-9.
Virginia. University. Library. Annual report on historical collections, eighteenth and nineteenth, for the years 1947 to 1949. Charlottesville, 1950. p. 93-246. Describes the million and a quarter manuscripts contained in 541 new collections acquired between July 1947 and June 1949. Trends in the development and growth of the collections are summarized in the introduction, p. 93-103.
West Virginia. Department of Archives and History. Report, 1948-1950. [Charleston, n. d.] 16 p.
Wilson, Dwight H. Archives in colleges and universities: some comments on data collected by the Society's Committee on College and University Archives. American archivist, 13:343-350 (Oct., 1950). See also 218, 222, 325, 337, 339. C. Foreign Countries
Archives in colleges and universities: some comments on data collected by the Society's Committee on College and University Archives
American archivist
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Allen, C. G. Central African Archives: some aspects of their development. Indian archives, 2:82-89 (1948).
Central African Archives: some aspects of their development
Indian archives
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2
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82
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Asociacion Nacional de Bibliotecarios, Archiveros y Arqueologos. I Congreso nacional de archiveros, bibliotecarios y arqueólogos. Revista de archivos, bibliotecas y museos, 56: [155]-180 (1950). Proceedings of the Congress, which met in Madrid, March 21-24, 1950.
Basel-Stadt (Canton) Staatsarchiv. Jahresbericht, 1950. Basel, A. Apel [n. d.] 10 p.
Born, Lester K. The archives and libraries of postwar Germany. American historical review, 56:34-57 (Oct., 1950).
The archives and libraries of postwar Germany
American historical review
, vol. 
56
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Born, Lester K. The Ministerial Collecting Center near Kassel, Germany. American archivist, 13:237-258 (July, 1950). Describes the work of the Ministerial Collecting Center, June 1945-February 1946, which was established to assemble and safeguard German ministerial records for such uses as the Allied Control Council and the United States Forces, European Theater might determine. Upon completion of shipment of its holdings to Berlin, the Ministerial Collecting Center ceased to exist as an independent installation and became part of the Berlin Document Center in February 1946.
The Ministerial Collecting Center near Kassel, Germany
American archivist
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Braibant, Charles. Les archives de France, hier, aujourd'hui, demain; conférence faite à la Société de l'École des Chartes, le ler decembre 1949. Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1949. 22 p. A discussion by the Director of Archives of France on what he calls the "crisis of French archives," as evidenced by the increasingly inadequate appropriations for archival activities and the diminishing prestige of the archivist. Part of the author's solution is that the archivist should emphasize the importance of his services to the work of current operating agencies, revitalize and expand his contacts with these agencies, and promote the establishment in them of effective records programs, under the direction of professionally trained personnel. Such a program would also envisage additions to the curriculum for professional archival training. M. Braibant sees precedent for his proposals in recent archival developments in the United States of America.
British Records Association. Eighteenth report of Council, accounts, and list of members for the year ending 31 August 1950. [n. p.] 1950. 30 p.
Canada. Public Archives. Report for the year 1950. Ottawa, 1951; 30 p.
Denmark. Rigsarkiv. Denmark's National Record Office. Copenhagen, 1948. 16 p. A brief historical sketch of the Record Office.
Erhvervshistorisk årbog; meddelelser fra Erhvervsarkivet (Business-historical yearbook; bulletin of the Business Archives). Vol. II. [Aarhus] Rosenkilde og Bagger, 1950. 88 p. Contents. — Andreas Mehlsen Laustsen, "Fra kaperkrigens begyndelse," p. 7-17; Andreas Jørgensen, "Et gullaschfirma fra Napoleonskrigenes tid," p. 18-36; Finn H. Laurinsen, "På trampfart 1848/50," p. 37-42; Finn H. Lauridsen, "Bogkøb i provinsen 1800-1850," p. 43-55; Axel Nyborg, "Postgang i det 19. århundrede," p. 56-71; Daniel F. Noll, "Om opbevaring af mikrofilmarkiver," p. 72-77; Nils Hj. Holmberg, "Teknikerens og historikerens krav til industriarkiver," p. 78-81; "Beretning om virksomheden 1. april - 31. marts 1950," p. 84-88.
Garcia Chuecos, Hector. El Archivo General de la Nación (Venezuela). Revista de historia de America, 29:120-122 (June, 1950).
El Archivo General de la Nación (Venezuela)
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Garcia Chuecos, Hector. Memoria sobre el Archivo General de la Nación; investigación y estudio del Dr. Héctor García Chuecos. Venezuela. Archivo General de la Nación, Boletín, 38:246-255 (Jan.-Mar., 1951).
Memoria sobre el Archivo General de la Nación; investigación y estudio del Dr. Héctor García Chuecos. Venezuela. Archivo General de la Nación
Boletín
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Germany makes restitution. U. S. High Commissioner for Germany, Information bulletin, June, 1950, p. 7-10. A report by the Property Division, Office of Economic Affairs, HICOG, which has police responsibility for the execution of the United States program for the restitution of confiscated property to Nazi persecutees.
Gorissen, P., ed. Les Archives de l'Audience en 1700. Archives bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:263-264 (1950). The published texts of two documents shedding light on the condition of the Archives at the end of the Spanish regime.
Les Archives de l'Audience en 1700
Archives bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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Great Britain. Public Record Office. IIIth report of the Deputy Keeper of the Records. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 1950. 19 p. Particular notice is given (1) to the work of establishing and maintaining closer relations with depositing departments and studying their special records problems and (2) to the expanding scope of the intermediate repository program.
Hague. Archief der Gemeente. Verslag over het jaar 1948. 's-Gravenhage [n. d.]. 5 p.
Hill, Roscoe R. Latin-American archivology, 1949-1950. Hispanic American historical review, 31:[152]-176 (Feb., 1950). A summary of general developments in the field, followed by a summary of accomplishments in each country, with extensive bibliographical notes.
Latin-American archivology, 1949-1950
Hispanic American historical review
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Hirsch, Elizabeth I. Libraries and archives in Portugal. College and research libraries, 12:24-28 (Jan., 1951). A brief report on a visit made in 1949.
Libraries and archives in Portugal
College and research libraries
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[Honduras. Archivo Nacional] [Informe del director correspondiente al año de 1949-50] Revista del Archivo y biblioteca nacionales, 29: 133-141 (Sept.-Oct., 1950).
Hospel, Paul. Conférence internationale sur "La IIe Guerre Mondiale à l'Occident," réunie a Amsterdam du 5 au 9 Septembre 1950, sous les auspices du "Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie." Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21: 283-288 (1950).
Conférence internationale sur "La IIe Guerre Mondiale à l'Occident," réunie a Amsterdam du 5 au 9 Septembre 1950 sous les auspices du Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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India. Historical Records Commission. Proceedings of the meetings of the silver jubilee session, held at Delhi, December, 1948. New Delhi, 1950. 2 pts. (Vol. 25). Pt. 1 contains the proceedings of the business meetings of the Commission, and Pt. 2 the papers read at the public meeting of the jubilee session, which were analyzed in the "Writings on archives and manuscripts, July 1948-June 1949" (American archivist, 12:381-412. Oct., 1949).
India. Historical Records Commission. Proceedings of the meetings of the twenty-sixth session, Cuttack, December 1949. [n. p., n. d.] 104, 32 p.
India. Historical Records Commission. Proceedings of the silver jubilee session, December 23-24, 1948. Indian archives, 3:123-128 (1949). A summary of the proceedings.
India. Historical Records Commission. Resolutions of the Commission, 1919-1948. New Delhi, 1949. 147 p.
Indian Historical Records Commission; a retrospect. Indian archives, 3:3-11 (1949).
Jones, E. D. The migration of probate records in Wales, 1945-49. Archives, no. 4:7-12 (Michaelmas, 1950). Describes the deposit in the National Library of Wales of certain records of the Church in Wales.
The migration of probate records in Wales, 1945-49
Archives
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Jörgensen, Harold. Det förste nordiske erhvervarkiv i Danmark. Nordisk tidskrift, 26, no. 2:95-98 (1950).
Det förste nordiske erhvervarkiv i Danmark
Nordisk tidskrift
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Kyte, E. C. Archives of the United Church of Canada. American archivist, 13:229-232 (July, 1950).
Archives of the United Church of Canada
American archivist
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Leesch, Wolfgang. Archivgutschutz und Archivpflege Geschichte, Organisation und Aufgaben. Der archivar, 3: cols. 121-146 (July, 1950).
Archivgutschutz und Archivpflege Geschichte, Organisation und Aufgaben
Der archivar
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Lefèvre, J. La correspondance des Gouverneurs Généraux de l'époque espagnole. Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:28-55 (1950). Urges the restitution to Belgium of materials relating to the regimes of the Spanish Governors General of the Low Countries.
La correspondance des Gouverneurs Généraux de l'époque espagnole
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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Le Hardy, William. Local archives of Great Britain: IV. The County Record Office at Hertford. Archives, no. 4: 16-24 (Michaelmas, 1950).
Local archives of Great Britain: IV. The County Record Office at Hertford
Archives
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Madras (Presidency) Record Office. Administration report for 1949-50. Madras, Government Press, 1950. 14 p.
Mauritius. Archives Office. Annual report of the Archives Office for the year 1949. Port Louis, Government Printer, 1950. 24 p.
Muir, Ramsay. Ramsay Muir on archival organization in India. Indian archives, 2:115-120 (Apr., July, Oct., 1948). An extract from a letter of December 7, 1917, relating to the organization of the Indian Historical Records Commission and the manner of keeping the old records in the Imperial Record Department.
Ramsay Muir on archival organization in India
Indian archives
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Netherlands. Rijksarchief in Limburg, Maastricht. Verslagen over 1949. [n. p., n. d.] 13 p.
Neven, E. T. De Archiefdienst in Belgisch-Kongo. Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:[149]-162 (1950). Describes the establishment of an archival service in the Belgian Congo in 1947, and developments since that date. The Archives Section is composed of four divisions: Archives, Library, Documentation Center, and Photocopying. A résumé in French appears on p. 161-162.
De Archiefdienst in Belgisch-Kongo
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. Report for the year 1948. Belfast [1950] 121 p.
Polak, H. The activities of the Technical Documentation and Information Center for The Netherlands. American documentation, 1:152-153 (Aug., 1950).
The activities of the Technical Documentation and Information Center for The Netherlands
American documentation
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Ramacciotti, Gaetano. In vista di una nuova riforma degli archivi. Archivi, ser. 2, 17, fasc. 2-4:188-198 (1950).
In vista di una nuova riforma degli archivi
Archivi
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Rice, Howard C. The Paris depository for notarial archives. American archivist, 14:99-104 (Apr., 1951). An article on the "Minutier Central des Notaires du Département de la Seine," administered by the Archives Nationales in Paris and described by the author as a "noteworthy example of cooperation between government officials and private individuals for the purpose of making semiprivate records available to historians."
The Paris depository for notarial archives
American archivist
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14
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99
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Rohr, Wilhelm. Die zentrale Lenkung deutscher Archivschutsmassnahmen im Zweiten Weltkrieg. Der archivar, 3:cols.105-122 (July, 1950).
Die zentrale Lenkung deutscher Archivschutsmassnahmen im Zweiten Weltkrieg
Der archivar
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Roy, S. The National Archives of India during 1947. London, University, Institute of Historical Research, Bulletin, 23:200-202 (Nov., 1950).
The National Archives of India during 1947. London, University, Institute of Historical Research
Bulletin
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Saskatchewan. Archives Board. Fourth report for the period June 1, 1948 to May 31, 1950. [Regina, 1951] 36 p.
Somerset, Eng., County Council. County Records Committee. Report, 13th June, 1951. Taunton, 1951. 1 p.
Tihon, C. Les archives de France. Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:123-126 (1950). Comments by the Archivist General of Belgium on an address by Charles Braibant, Director of Archives of France, delivered before the Society of l'École des Chartes on December 1, 1949 (see item 145 above). M. Tihon endorses M. Braibant's remarks as being equally applicable to the situation in Belgium.
Les archives de France
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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United Church of Canada. Committee on Archives. Report. Bulletin, no. 3:11-18 (1950). Surveys progress made throughout the year in the various conferences throughout Canada and urges the need of additional funds if the Committee is properly to coordinate the work of the various conferences and colleges.
Venezuela. Archivo General de la Nación. Relación de la labor realizada por el Archivo General de la Nación durante los años 1949 y 1950. Boletín, 38:240-243 (Jan.-Mar., 1951).
Vereniging Van Archivarissen in Nederland. Verslag van de negen-envijftigste vergadering. Nederlands archievenblad, 54:[97]-103 (1949-50).
Work in archives, 1939-47. Ed. by Roger Ellis. [Letchworth, Herts., British Records Association, (Reprinted from barianship, 1947.). Continues the reprint series, The year's work in archives, which last appeared in 1942. Covers developments in archives in the United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth, p. 5-55, and in certain European countries, p. 55-67.
The Zionist Central Archives. American archivist, 13:351-356 (Oct., 1950).
Zürich (Canton) Staatsarchiv. Jahresbericht, 1949. [Zürich, n. d.] 5 p. See also 13, 214, 318, 336, 365-366. D. International Organizations
Born, Lester K. The International Council on Archives. [Brussels, 1951] 4 p. (Reprinted from Union of International Associations. Service Centre for International Non-governmental Organizations, Bulletin. Mar., 1951.)
Congress of Historians from Mexico and the United States, Ist. Monterrey, Mexico, September 4-9, 1949. Proceedings. Mexico, Editorial Cultura, 1950. 420 p. Articles in Spanish are accompanied by a brief abstract in English. Partial contents. — J. Ignacio Rubio Mañé, "La Historia de las Provincias Internas en el Archivo General de la Nación," p. 58-64; Ildefonso Villarello, "Los Archivos Estatales y Municipales," p. 65-71; Antonio Pompa y Pompa, "Contributión del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia para la Conservation de los Archivos Mexicanos fuera de la Capital," p. 71-81; Luther H. Evans, "The Preservation of the Documentation on the History of the Americas," p. 81-90 Silvio Zavala, "El Programa de la Comisión de Historia del Instituto Panamericano de Geografia e Historia," p. 337-343 (in Spanish and English).
Dubourg, G. Archives of the International Labour Office. American archivist, 13:287-291 (July, 1950). Describes the activities of the Registry of the International Labour Office.
Archives of the International Labour Office
American archivist
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Fédération Internationale de Documentation. Rapport général sur les activités pendant l'exercise 1941-1950. Revue de la documentation, 17, fasc. 4:87-89 (1950).
The First International Conference on Archives. Archives, no. 4:13-15 (Michaelmas, 1950). A brief summary of the accomplishments of the conference in Paris, August 23-25, 1950.
International Congress on Archives, ist, Paris, 1950. Rapports. [Paris, 1950] v. p. Contents. — Rapport général sur le controle des archives en formation, par Pierre Caillet; Rapport général sur les archives et la microphotographie, par Lester K. Born; Rapport general sur les publications bibliographiques relatives aux archives, par Emilio Re.
International Standards Organization — Iso. Report of the meeting at Ascona in April 1950. Revue de la documentation, 17, fasc. 5:112-114 (1950). A report of a meeting of the Technical Committee on Documentation, which met to consider problems relating to the standardization of texts, forms, and materials used in documents and publications.
Meerbeeck, Lucienne Van. Le Congrès international des archives (Paris, 22-26 août 1950). Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:275-282 (1950).
Le Congrès international des archives (Paris, 22-26 août 1950)
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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Norton, Margaret C. The First International Congress of Archivists, Paris, France, August 21-26, 1950. American archivist, 14:13-32 (Jan., 1951). Reprinted in Illinois libraries, 33:220-234 (May, 1951). See also 15. IV. Buildings and Equipment for Archival and Manuscript Depositories
The First International Congress of Archivists, Paris, France, August 21-26, 1950
American archivist
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Bond, Horatio. Principles of fire prevention as applied to libraries, museums, and historical buildings (address at the Library of Congress on November 10, 1950). Washington, 1950. 16 p.
Gondos, Victor. Records and fire protection. American archivist, 14:155-159 (Apr., 1951). Surveys the literature of the field.
Records and fire protection
American archivist
, vol. 
14
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155
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Illuminating Engineering Society. Committee on Library Lighting. Recommended practice of library lighting. [New York, The Society] 1950 16 p. Reprinted from Illuminating engineering, March, 1950.
Kimberly, Arthur E. New developments in record containers. American archivist, 13:233-236 (July, 1950). Sets forth the characteristics of an ideal record container and describes the development of a pressboard document container coated inside and outside with thin, shiny aluminum foil, which has proved superior to a sheet metal container in protecting its contents against fire.
New developments in record containers
American archivist
, vol. 
13
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Snead and Company, Orange, Va. Snead system compact book storage, featuring the new Snead swinging stacks, [n. p., n. d.] 7 p. Describes a 3-bank stack with a fixed center row of double-faced compartments having a row of hinged double-faced compartments on both sides. See also 37, 75, 79, 81. V. Appraisal, Accessioning, and Disposal of Records and Historical Manuscripts
British Records Association. Records Preservation Section. Modern records, preservation and salvage. [n. p.] 1951. 2 p. (Memorandum no. 10, new ed., Feb., 1951).
British Records Association. Records Preservation Section. Preservation of school records (England and Wales). [n. p.] 1950. 3 p. (Memorandum no. 12).
British Records Association. Records Preservation Section. Report for the year 1949-50. [n. p., n. d.] 5 p.
Doehaerd, Renée. Remarks on contemporary archives. American archivist, 13:323-328 (Oct., 1950). An English translation of an article originally published in Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 18:75-79 (1947).
Remarks on contemporary archives
American archivist
, vol. 
13
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Genicot, Léopold. The problem of modern archives. American archivist, 13:329-339 (Oct., 1950). An English translation of an article originally published in Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 18:65-74 (1947).
The problem of modern archives
American archivist
, vol. 
13
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329
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Illinois. State Library. Archives Division. Disposition of Illinois records (continued). Illinois libraries, 32:454-473 (June, 1950). Adapted, by permission, from Disposition of Federal records; how to develop an effective program for the preservation and the disposal of Federal records, issued by the National Archives (Washington, 1950). Also published separately.
Limitations of actions. Credit manual of commercial laws, 1951. New York, National Association of Credit Men [1950] p. 303-309. Includes a table, p. 307-309, "Limitations for civil actions," which shows time periods set up by statutes of limitation in the several States for various types of civil actions.
U. S. Federal Power Commission. Regulations to govern the preservation of records of public utilities and licensees, effective August 1, 1938 (with amendments to January 1, 1951). Washington, 1951. 27 p. Consists of a schedule of records and periods of retention, indicating when microfilm copies may be retained in lieu of original records. See also 64, 127, 341. VI. Physical Preservation and Rehabilitation of Records and Historical Manuscripts
Adams, W. Claude. History of papermaking in the Pacific Northwest: I. Oregon historical quarterly, 52: [21]-37 (Mar., 1951).
History of papermaking in the Pacific Northwest: I
Oregon historical quarterly
, vol. 
52
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21
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37
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Bolsée, J. La restauration des documents aux Archives générales du Royaume. Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:[3]-10 (1950). Describes the installation of a "Barrow Laminator," the first in Europe, in the Archives Générales in Brussels.
La restauration des documents aux Archives générales du Royaume
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
, vol. 
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3
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Brinton, Ellen S. Inexpensive devices to aid the archivist. American archivist, 13:285-286 (July, 1950). Describes a homemade humidifier and a press made from a hand cider-press that are in use at the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, Swarthmore, Pa.
Inexpensive devices to aid the archivist
American archivist
, vol. 
13
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285
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Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Motion Picture Film Department. Hazard in the handling and storage of nitrate and safety motion picture film. Rochester, N. Y., Eastman Kodak Co. [n. d.] 36 p.
Elliott, Harrison. Watermarks: art in paper. Autograph collectors' journal, 3, no. 1:19-20 (Oct., 1950).
Watermarks: art in paper
Autograph collectors' journal
, vol. 
3
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19
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20
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Fyan, Loleta D. The Michigan State Library; an account of water damage and salvage operations. American Library Association, Bulletin, 45: 164-166 (May, 1951). Describes salvage efforts at the Michigan State Library at Lansing, which suffered serious water damage in the 2-day fire at the State Office Building in February, 1951.
The Michigan State Library; an account of water damage and salvage operations. American Library Association
Bulletin
, vol. 
45
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164
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166
)
Hill, William. Books and infectious diseases. Library Association, Record, 52:144-146 (May 1950). A study of the question as to whether library books are transmitting agents in the spread of infectious diseases. Includes a brief bibliography.
Books and infectious diseases. Library Association
Record
, vol. 
52
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144
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146
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Langwell, W. H. The preservation of unstable papers. Archives, no. 4:40-43 (Michaelmas, 1950). Describes a method of treating unstable paper in a solution of potassium permanganate, bleaching in a bath of dilute sulphurous acid, washing in water, and resizing in gelatine solution.
The preservation of unstable papers
Archives
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40
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43
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Leonard, Eugenie A. Paper as a critical commodity during the American Revolution. Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, 74:488-499 (Oct., 1950).
Paper as a critical commodity during the American Revolution
Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography
, vol. 
74
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488
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499
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Mahoney, R. E. The big fire at Lansing. Library journal, 76: 748-751 (May 1, 1951). Describes salvage efforts at the Michigan State Library at Lansing, which suffered serious water damage in the 2-day fire at the State Office Building in February, 1951.
The big fire at Lansing
Library journal
, vol. 
76
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748
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751
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Noll, Daniel F. Om opbevaring af mikrofilmarkiver. Erhvervshistorisk årbog, 2:72-77 (1950). A translation into Danish of the author's article, "The maintenance of microfilm files," which was published in the American archivist, 13:129-134 (Apr., 1950).
Om opbevaring af mikrofilmarkiver
Erhvervshistorisk årbog
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2
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72
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77
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Smith, L. Herman. Manuscript repair in European archives. Indian archives, 2:90-111 (1948); 3:96-122 (1949). Reprinted from the American archivist, 1:1-22, 51-77 (Jan., Apr., 1938).
Manuscript repair in European archives
Indian archives
, vol. 
2
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90
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111
)
Tollenaar, D. Het conserveren van documenten door middel van celluloseacetaat. Nederlands archievenblad, 54: 132-134 (1949-50).
Het conserveren van documenten door middel van celluloseacetaat
Nederlands archievenblad
, vol. 
54
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132
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134
)
U. S. Government Printing Office. Paper boards for bookbinding. [Washington, 1950] 7 p. (GPO-Research and Engineering Council of the Graphic Arts Industry, Inc., Bindery series no. 9).
U. S. Government Printing Office. Theory and practice of bookbinding; apprentice training series, orientation period. Washington, 1950. 246 p.
U. S. National Archives. The rehabilitation of paper records. [Washington] 1950 7 p. (Staff information paper no. 16).
U. S. National Bureau of Standards. Preservation of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States; a report by the National Bureau of Standards to the Library of Congress. Washington, 1950. 16 p. (Circular 505). Summarizes the investigations of the Bureau with regard to the method of preserving documents in an inert atmosphere (helium), with the provision of an appropriate filter to protect against harmful radiation. A third aspect of the problem — the optimum lighting conditions to improve the viewing of the documents — is still under investigation by the Bureau. See also 30, 47, 197. VII. Arrangement and Description of Records and Historical Manuscripts, Including Published Finding Aids A. General Discussion
Bond, William H. The cataloging of manuscripts in the Houghton Library. Harvard Library bulletin, 4: 392-396 (Autumn, 1950).
The cataloging of manuscripts in the Houghton Library
Harvard Library bulletin
, vol. 
4
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392
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396
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Coveney, Dorothy K. The cataloguing of literary manuscripts. Journal of documentation, 6:[125]-139 (Sept., 1950).
The cataloguing of literary manuscripts
Journal of documentation
, vol. 
6
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125
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139
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Jackson, Eugene B. Unpublished research reports: a problem in bibliographical control. [Urbana, Ill.] Univ. of Illinois Library School, 1950. 11 p. (Illinois. University. Library School. Occasional papers no. 17). Surveys the programs of five new documentation agencies — the Navy Research Section of the Library of Congress, the Central Air Documents Office, the Office of Technical Services of the Commerce Department, the Atomic Energy Commission, and the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics — and compares their techniques in bringing unpublished research reports under bibliographical control. Discusses also the acquisition, processing, and distribution of the reports.
Kane, Lucile M. Selected subject headings used by the Manuscript Department of the Minnesota Historical Society. St. Paul, Minnesota Historical Society, 1951. 19 p. (Service bulletin no. 2).
Selected subject headings used by the Manuscript Department of the Minnesota Historical Society
pg. 
19
 
Munden, Kenneth. The identification and description of the record series. American archivist, 13:213-227 (July, 1950). An adaption of a practical demonstration presented by the writer at a seminar of the Departmental Records Branch, Office of The Adjutant General, Department of the Army, on December 3, 1949. Issued previously as Department Records Branch Technical paper no. 50-1.
The identification and description of the record series
American archivist
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13
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213
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U. S. Education Office. The cataloging of U. S. Government films; definitions, procedures and rules. Prelim, ed., July, 1950. [Washington, 1950] 10 I.
U. S. National Archives. The preparation of detailed lists of records. [Washington] 1951. 27 p. (Staff information paper no. 17).
U. S. National Archives. Principles of arrangement. [Washington] 1951. 14 p. (Staff information paper no. 18). Discusses the principles of arrangement of records followed in the National Archives as they apply to record groups, subgroups, series, and individual items. See also 6, 340. B. United States in General and Federal Government
Basu, Purnendu. Materials in the National Archives relating to India. Cuba, Archivo Nacional, Boletín, 48:31-38 (Jan.-Dec., 1949). A reprinting of National Archives Reference information circular no. 38.
Materials in the National Archives relating to India. Cuba, Archivo Nacional
Boletín
, vol. 
48
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31
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38
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Brand, Katharine E. The Josephus Daniels papers. U. S. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 7, no. 4:3-10 (Aug., 1950). The Manuscript Division has completed the preliminary arrangement of this collection, one of the major manuscript groups to come to the Library in recent years.
The Josephus Daniels papers. U. S. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
7
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3
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10
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Cabus, José D. Papeles cubanos en el Archivo de Wáshington. Cuba, Archivo Nacional, Boletín, 48:46-48 (Jan.-Dec., 1949). Reprinted from Bohemia, December 19, 1949, this article describes materials in the National Archives relating to Cuba.
Papeles cubanos en el Archivo de Wáshington. Cuba, Archivo Nacional
Boletín
, vol. 
48
 (pg. 
46
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48
)
Federal depository libraries: a symposium. College and research libraries, 12:37-47, 51 (Jan., 1951). Contents. — Obligations and staff requirements of a complete Federal depository, by Jeanne E. Hull; Advantages and disadvantages of the Superintendent of Documents Classification as a key to a depository collection, by William F. Barr; Advantages and disadvantages of a subject system classification as key to a depository collection, by Isabel H. Jackson; and Obstacles and opportunities in specialized treatment of Federal depository documents, by Mary B. Humphrey.
Garcia Chuecos, Hector. Catálogo de documentos referentes a historia de Venezuela y de América existentes en el Archivo Nacional de Washington. Caracas, Imprenta Nacional, 1950. 88 p. A catalog of documents in various series of records of the State Department in the National Archives, compiled by Dr. Garcia, Director of the Archivo General of Venezuela.
Catálogo de documentos referentes a historia de Venezuela y de América existentes en el Archivo Nacional de Washington
pg. 
88
 
King, Joseph A. The United States Government Printing Office Library. D. C. libraries, 22, no. 2:2-4 (Jan., 1951). Describes the library of the Division of Public Documents.
The United States Government Printing Office Library
D. C. libraries
, vol. 
22
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4
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McFarland, Marvin and Arthur Renstrom. The papers of Wilbur and Orville Wright. U. S. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 7, no. 4:22-34 (Aug., 1950). The story of the acquisition of this collection by the Library, a note on Wright materials in other institutions, and regulations governing the use and publication of the papers.
The papers of Wilbur and Orville Wright. U. S. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
7
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22
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34
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Morley, James W. Check list of seized Japanese records in the National Archives. Far Eastern quarterly, 9:306-333 (May, 1950). Prepared by the compiler on a Social Science Research Council fellowship in the summer of 1949.
Check list of seized Japanese records in the National Archives
Far Eastern quarterly
, vol. 
9
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306
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333
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Official checklists and indexes versus cataloging of government publications: a symposium. College and research libraries, 12:158-170 (Apr., 1951). Partial contents. — Jerome K. Wilcox, Introductory statement; Isabel H. Jackson, United States Federal publications; Ruth Hardin, United States publications.
Pomrenze, Seymour J. Materiales relativos a Cuba en los archivos nacionales de Estados Unidos. Revista bimestre Cubana, 62, nos. 4-6:[5]-22 (June-Dec., 1948). A translation of National Archives References information circular no. 34.
Materiales relativos a Cuba en los archivos nacionales de Estados Unidos
Revista bimestre Cubana
, vol. 
62
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5
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22
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Rosenbach Company, firm, booksellers, Philadelphia, Pa. The history of America in documents; original autograph letters, manuscripts, and source materials. Pt. two. The close of the Revolution to the middle of the nineteenth century. Philadelphia, The Rosenbach Co., 1950. 131 p.
Rowland, Buford. The papers of the Presidents. American archivist, 13:195-211 (July, 1950). Traces the fate of the papers of the Presidents and indicates their present custody. Reprinted in part in Autograph collectors' journal, 3, no. 3:34-36 (Apr., 1951).
The papers of the Presidents
American archivist
, vol. 
13
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195
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U. S. Adjutant-General's Office. Departmental Records Branch. Descriptive list of monthly progress reports of Headquarters, Army Service Forces, September 1942-May 1946. Washington, 1950. 24 p. (Inventory no. 200.02, pt. 1).
U. S. Adjutant-General's Office. Departmental Records Branch. Guide to the records of the Adjutant-General's Department, 1940-1945. Washington, 1950. 46 p. (Record group summaries nos. 207.12 to 207.90). These summaries were prepared by Martin P. Claussen for ultimate use in the "Federal records of World War II" published by the National Archives.
U. S. Aeronautics Bureau. United States naval aviation in review, 1911-1951. [Washington, 1951] 29 p. Catalog of an exhibit at the Naval Historical Foundation, Washington, D. C., which included photographs of items in the National Archives.
U. S. Library of Congress. Annual reports on acquisitions: manuscripts. Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 8, no. 3:[19]-30 (May, 1951). Written by Solon J. Buck and Dorothy S. Eaton.
U. S. Library of Congress. District of Columbia sesquicentennial of the establishment of the permanent seat of the Government; an exhibition in the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., April 24, 1950, to April 24, 1951. Washington, 1950. 89 p.
U. S. Library of Congress. A guide to the microfilm collection of early State records; prepared by the Library of Congress in association with the University of North Carolina. Comp. under the direction of William S. Jenkins. Ed. by Lillian A. Hamrick. [Washington] 1950. 1 vol. (various paging). "The State Records Microfilm Project was launched in 1951 as a joint enterprise of the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina. As originally conceived and prosecuted, the scope of the Project was limited to locating and reproducing the legislative proceedings of the American Colonies, Territories, and States. Interrupted for several years by the war, when work was resumed in 1946, coverage was expanded to include, in addition, statutory laws, constitutional records, administrative records, executive records, court records, some local records (county and city), records of American Indian Nations, records of rudimentary states and courts, and, inevitably, a group only desribable as ‘Miscellany’" (Preface). Not all the categories of materials indicated above have been arranged or listed separately, since the work is still in progress. This list describes 160,000 feet of film or the equivalent of about 2,500,000 pages. Positive copies may be purchased from the Photoduplication Service of the Library of Congress.
U. S. Library of Congress. Indiana, the sesquicentennial of the establishment of the Territorial Government; an exhibit in the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., November 30, 1950, to April 30, 1951. Washington, 1950. 58 p.
U. S. Library of Congress. Library of Congress Sesquicentennial Exhibit, April 24, 1950; catalog of the exhibit commemorating the 150th anniversary of its establishment. Washington, 1950. 38 p.
U. S. Library of Congress. Quarterly journal of current acquisitions. Vol. 8, no. 1:1-87 (Nov., 1950). A special sesquicentennial issue. Contents. — Donald H. Mugridge, A shipment of books; Dorothy S. and Vincent L. Eaton, Manuscripts relating to early America; Frederick R. Goff and Vincent L. Eaton, Early printed books relating to America; Clyde S. Edwards, American eighteenth century newspapers; Clara E. Legear, Maps of early America; Alice L. Parker, Pictorial Americana, 1590-1801; Nelson R. Burr, The Federal City depicted, 1612-1801; Some presentation copies in the library of Thomas Jefferson.
U. S. National Archives. Federal records of World War II. Washington, 1951. 2 vols. Vol. I, Civilian agencies; Vol. II, Military agencies. A comprehensive guide to the Federal records of World War II, with a full and comprehensive index.
U. S. National Archives. List of documents relating to special agents of the Department of State, 1789-1906. Comp, by Natalia Summers. Washington, 1951. 229 p. (Special list no. 7).
U. S. National Archives. List of file microcopies of the National Archives. Washington, 1950. 67 p. Supersedes the List published in 1947.
U. S. National Archives. National Archives accessions. No. 41-45. [Washington, 1950-51] Issued quarterly as a supplement to the Guide to the records in the National Archives (Washington, 1948).
U. S. National Archives. Population schedules, 1800-1870; volume index to counties and major cities. Washington, 1951. 217 p.
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Bureau of Aeronautics. Comp. by Forrest F. Shonkwiler. Washington, 1951. 9 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 26).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Foreign Economic Administration. Comp. by H. Stephen Helton. Washington, 1951. 180 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 29).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion. Comp. by Homer L. Calkin. Washington, 1951. 156 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 25).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Retraining and Reemployment Administration. Comp. by Thayer M. Boardman. Washton, 1951. 17 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 28).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Selective Service System, 1940-47. Comp. by Richard G. Wood. Washington, 1951. 53 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 27).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the United States War Ballot Commission. Comp. by Robert W. Krauskopf. Washington, 1951. 4 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 24).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the War Shipping Administration (Record Group 248). Comp. by Allen M. Ross. Washington, 1951. 35 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 30).
U. S. National Archives. Your government's records in the National Archives, 1950. [Washington, 1950] 102 p. A condensed description of the holdings of the National Archives as of March 31, 1950. A revision of a booklet first issued in 1945.
Wilcox, Benton H. Wisconsin report. Wisconsin magazine of history, 34:164-169 (spring 1951). A survey of records in the National Archives relating to the history of Wisconsin, undertaken on behalf of the Wisconsin State Historical Society and the University of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin report
Wisconsin magazine of history
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Young, Louise M. The records of the League of Women Voters. U. S. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 8, no. 2: 3-11 (Feb., 1951). C. State and Local
The records of the League of Women Voters. U. S. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
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Allen, Winnie and Helen Hunnicutt. The archives collection [of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center at the University of Texas] Texas. University, Library chronicle, 4:11-18 (Fall, 1950).
The archives collection [of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center at the University of Texas] Texas. University
Library chronicle
, vol. 
4
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11
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18
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Archer, H. Richard. Literary and historical manuscripts in the Clark Memorial Library. Autograph collectors' journal, 3, no. 2: 7-13 (Jan., 1951). Describes present holdings and acquisitions policy of the Library, now operating under the stewardship of the University of California at Los Angeles.
Literary and historical manuscripts in the Clark Memorial Library
Autograph collectors' journal
, vol. 
3
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7
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13
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Bestor, Arthur E. Interim report on the arrangement, microfilming, and cataloguing of the New Harmony manuscripts, 14 September 1950. Urbana, Univ. of Illinois, 1950. 12 p. A progress report on the author's New Harmony manuscripts project, undertaken with the support of the Illinois Historical Survey and the University of Illinois Research Board.
Bestor, Arthur E. Proposal for arranging, cataloguing, and microfilming the manuscript records of the New Harmony Community in the Workingmen's Institute at New Harmony, Indiana, rev. 26 June 1950. [Urbana] Univ. of Illinois, 1950. 4 p.
Bestor, Arthur E. Records of the New Harmony community; a descriptive catalogue of the manuscript volumes preserved in the Working Men's Institute, New Harmony, Indiana, and elsewhere, and reproduced photographically for the Illinois Historical Survey. Urbana, Ill. Historical survey, 1950. 17 1.
Boxer, C. R. The naval and colonial papers of Dom Antonio de Ataide. Harvard Library bulletin, 5:24-50 (Winter, 1951). Describes the papers, which are at Harvard and in libraries in Portugal, England, and Brazil and indicates their importance for Portuguese colonial and maritime history in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The naval and colonial papers of Dom Antonio de Ataide
Harvard Library bulletin
, vol. 
5
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24
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50
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Chavez, Angelico, father. Some original New Mexico documents in California libraries. New Mexico historical review, 25:244-253 (July, 1950). Lists original Spanish manuscripts in the Ritch Collection of the Huntington Library, in the Bancroft Library, and in the Santa Barbara Mission Archives.
father. Some original New Mexico documents in California libraries
New Mexico historical review
, vol. 
25
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244
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Cummings, Hubertis M. James D. Harris, canal engineer: notes on his papers and related canal papers. Pennsylvania history, 18:31-45 (Jan., 1951). Describes a recent accession of documents by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission that complements in significant manner the official records relating to the Pennslvania Canal preserved in the Land Office at Harrisburg.
canal engineer: notes on his papers and related canal papers
Pennsylvania history
, vol. 
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Fields, Joseph E. The completed sets of signers of the Declaration of Independence. Autograph collectors' journal, 3, no. 2:15-19 (Jan., 1951).
The completed sets of signers of the Declaration of Independence
Autograph collectors' journal
, vol. 
3
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15
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19
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Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore, Pa. Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, Swarthmore [n. d.]. [8] p. A brief description of the Library's collections, which include original meeting records and other manuscript materials, as well as printed materials.
Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Baker Library. List of business manuscripts in Baker Library. Comp. by Robert W. Lovett. Boston, 1951.
Historical Records Survey, Pennsylvania. Inventory of the county archives of Pennsylvania; Cambria County. Ebensburg, Pa., Board of County Commissioners [1950] 299 p.
Lovett, Robert W. Publisher and advertiser extraordinary: the E. C. Allen Collection. Business Historical Society, Bulletin, 24:210-215 (Dec., 1950). Describes the records of the E. C. Allen mail order and publishing house, which have recently been deposited in the Baker Library.
Publisher and advertiser extraordinary: the E. C. Allen Collection. Business Historical Society
Bulletin
, vol. 
24
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210
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Maryland. Hall of Records. Calendar of Maryland State papers. No. 4. Pt. 1. The red books. [n. p., 1950]. 280 p. A calendar of approximately a third of the "Red Books" papers, covering the period 1773-1827, and relating to military matters.
Maryland. Hall of Records. Index holdings, June 1951. [n. p., n. d]. 9 p. (Bulletin no. 9) A list of indexes available in the Index Room and elsewhere in the Maryland Hall of Records.
Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library. One hundred Michigan rarities. Ann Arbor, 1950. 32 p. (Bulletin no. 60). A sampling of books, manuscripts, prints, and maps in the Library's holdings. Includes 48 plates (facsimiles).
Oregon. State Library. Archives Division. Pioneer families of the Oregon Territory, 1850. [n. p.] 1951. 44 p. (Bulletin no. 3) An index to the population, mortality, agriculture, and industry schedules of the Federal Census of 1850 for the Territory of Oregon, compiled from a microfilm copy of the population schedules and from the original mortality, agriculture, and industry schedules in the Oregon State Archives.
Oregon. State Library. Archives Division. Records of the Oregon State Defense Council, series list. [n. p.] 1951. [3] p. (Inventory no. 1)
Pease, Marguerite J. Guide to the manuscript materials relating to western history in foreign depositories reproduced for the Illinois Historical Survey. Urbana, Illinois Historical Survey, 1950. 85 1.
Guide to the manuscript materials relating to western history in foreign depositories reproduced for the Illinois Historical Survey
pg. 
85
 
Pennsylvania. University. Library. Benjamin Franklin; Winston Churchill; an exhibition celebrating the bicentennial of the University of Pennsylvania Library, May 8-June 15, 1951. [Philadelphia, 1951] 55 p. Includes items lent by the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, N. Y.
Schmitt, Martin. The papers of Henry D. Sheldon. Oregon historical quarterly, 52:57-60 (Mar., 1951). A brief description of the papers of the late Professor Sheldon, which are now in the University of Oregon Library. Included in the papers is a considerable amount of correspondence with prominent American historians.
The papers of Henry D. Sheldon
Oregon historical quarterly
, vol. 
52
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57
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Szczesniak, Boleslaw. Material in the Archives of the University of Notre Dame relating to the American missions in the Far East. Catholic historical review, 36: 190-211 (July, 1950).
Material in the Archives of the University of Notre Dame relating to the American missions in the Far East
Catholic historical review
, vol. 
36
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190
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211
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Virginia. University. Library. The papers of Randolph of Roanoke, a preliminary checklist of his surviving texts in manuscript and in print. By William E. Stokes and Francis L. Berkeley. Charlottesville, 1950. 170 p. See also 137, 255. D. Foreign Countries
Bond, M. F. The Windsor Aerary. Archives, no. 4:2-6 (Michaelmas, 1950). Describes the Windsor Aerary or muniment room, containing records of the Order of the Garter and of St. George's Chapel.
The Windsor Aerary
Archives
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British Museum. Manuscript Department. Catalogue of additions to the manuscripts, 1921-1925. London, 1950. 1,400 p.
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Das Archiv der Niederösterreichischen Kammer und des Vizedoms in Osterreich unter der Enns und seine Bedeutung für die Landesgeschichte
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Historical manuscripts. London. University. Institute of Historical Research, Bulletin, 23:239-258 (Nov., 1950). Lists (1) accessions of manuscripts reported by public or corporate body repositories; (2) migrations of manuscripts by sale or change of private ownership.
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Les correspondences consulaires modernes (1815-1830)
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Schornbaum, Karl. Archivinventare der evangelisch-lutherischen unterfränkischen Pfarreien des ehemaligen Konsistoriums Bayreuth nebst Nachträgen zu den Inventaren der mittelfränkischen Pfarreien des ehemaligen Konsistoriums Ansbach. Veröffentlichungen des Gesellschaft für fränkische Geschichte, ser. 5, no. 4, 1950. 143 p.
Archivinventare der evangelisch-lutherischen unterfränkischen Pfarreien des ehemaligen Konsistoriums Bayreuth nebst Nachträgen zu den Inventaren der mittelfränkischen Pfarreien des ehemaligen Konsistoriums Ansbach
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Übersicht über die Archivbestände Württembergisch Frankens mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Archive der Fürsten zu Hohenlohe
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Bartlett, Norman. A job for microfilm: Australia's national records. Indian librarian, 4:126-128 (Mar., 1950). Describes the cooperative program of the Australian Commonwealth National Library, Canberra, and the Mitchell Library, Sydney, to obtain microfilm copies of documents in the Public Record Office in London relating to Australia. It is planned to extend the program to other countries when the work in London has been completed.
A job for microfilm: Australia's national records
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Born, Lester K. Microfilming abroad. College and research libraries, 11:250-258 (July, 1950). The author, who is Special Assistant on Microfilm Program in the Office of the Assistant Director for Acquisitions of the Library of Congress, reviews the plans and policies recently announced by the Library, indicates the nature of the problems ahead, and summarizes work already done.
Microfilming abroad
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Clark, Kenneth W. The microfilming projects at Mount Sinai and Jerusalem. U. S. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 8, no. 3:6-11 (May, 1951).
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Coblans, Herbert. Some notes on American practice in documentation. Journal of documentation, 6:206-212 (Dec., 1950). Discusses the following types of photographic and mechanical controls: microfilm, microcards, offset lithography, and punched Cards.
Some notes on American practice in documentation
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Dennis, Faustine. American Council of Learned Societies, British Manuscripts Project. American documentation, 1:130-132 (Aug., 1950). Describes briefly the 2,652 reels of negative microfilm produced by the Project for deposit in the Library of Congress between 1941 and 1948.
American Council of Learned Societies, British Manuscripts Project
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Hanke, Lewis. Mexican microfilm developments, II (conclusion). U. S. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 8, no. 2:12-14 (Feb., 1951). Conclusion to the discussion begun in the Quarterly journal, 6, no. 4:9-13 (Aug., 1949).
Mexican microfilm developments, II (conclusion). U. S. Library of Congress
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Kent, Donald H. Preserving Pennsylvania's historical heritage photographically. Pennsylvania history, 17:302-314 (Oct., 1950). A description of the microfilming and photostating program of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, intended to gather together in Harrisburg the scattered resources for Pennsylvania history wherever found.
Preserving Pennsylvania's historical heritage photographically
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New techniques in chemical literature. Industrial and engineering chemistry, 42:1456-1468 (Aug., 1950). A symposium presented before the American Chemical Society, Atlantic City, N. J., September 1949. Partial contents. — S. W. Cochran and J. W. Perry, "Conventional and mechanized search methods," p. 1456-1457; H. T. Engstrom, "Microfilm selection equipment in information work," p. 1460-1461; Fremont Rider, "Microcards, a new form of publication," p. 1462-1463; J. W. Kuipers, "Microcards and microfilm for a central reference file," p. 1463-1467; Maurice F. Tauber, "Problems in the use of microfilms, microprint, and microcards in research libraries," p. 1467-1468.
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Symposium on microphotography from the user's point of view. Aslib proceedings, 2:33-38 (Feb., 1950). A transcript of remarks made by Miss E. M. R. Ditmas, H. E. Wilson, Mrs. L. Moholy, and H. R. Verry at the London meeting of the Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux on February 16, 1949. Includes a section of "Notes on microfilm readers," by Miss Ditmas, p. 37-38.
U. S. Library of Congress. Departmental & divisional manuals. No. 18. Rare Books Division; Microfilm Reading Room. Washington, 1951. 44 p.
Wardle, D. B. The Contoura document copier. Archives, no. 4:43-44 (Michaelmas, 1950). Describes a document-copying device invented in the United States, based on the principle of the "reflex" copier.
The Contoura document copier
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Wolk, L. J. Van Der and J. C. Tonnon. The microcopy on flat film as an aid in documentation. Revue de la documentation, 17, fasc. 5: 134-141; fasc. 8:216-238 (1950-51). See also 46, 59, 83, 91, 196, 223, 255, 261, 292, 339. IX. Service, Use, and Publication of Records and Historical Manuscripts
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Association of Research Libraries. Committee on the Use of Manuscripts by Visiting Scholars. Report. [n. p., n. d.] 3 p. A provisional report, prepared in December 1950, and subject to revision before submittal for final approval to the Association in July, 1951. Covers matters of general policy with regard to acquisition, preservation, and use, reading room rules, freedom of access, and right of publication.
Bradley, Phillips. Local history awaits the prospector. Wisconsin magazine of history, 33:403-411 (June, 1950). An article suggesting to professional and local historians, labor organizations, and State historical societies ways to proceed in collecting and making available the labor records to be found in local communities.
Local history awaits the prospector
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Colket, Meredith B. The American University's First Institute in Genealogical Research. American archivist, 14:141-146 (Apr., 1951). A paper read before the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists at Madison, Wis., October 10, 1950.
The American University's First Institute in Genealogical Research
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Cooper, John S. Foiling forgers. Wall Street journal, 136, no. 57:1, 8 (Sept. 7, 1950). An account of the annual meeting of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners, in Houston, Texas.
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Great Britain. Public Record Office. Consultative committee on publications. [London, 1951] [14] p. Describes the work and program of the Committee.
A Guide to business records in Wisconsin. Business Historical Society, Bulletin, 25:73 (Mar., 1951). A brief note on a file of almost 3,000 completed questionnaires received by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin in response to a survey made by it of some 6,000 fabricating firms throughout the State requesting information as to the extent and accessibility of their records.
Jones, Stacy V. How to get it from the Government. New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1951. 104 p. A handbook listing the benefits, services, and types of information the citizen can obtain from the Federal Government. Chapter V, "The Government knows about you: how to get family records," p. 33-37, describes services of the National Archives, Library of Congress, Census Bureau, and the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
How to get it from the Government
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Kellar, Herbert A. and others. Problems of locating and using historical manuscripts. Oregon historical quarterly, 51:[155]-179 (Sept., 1950). A symposium of papers presented at the tenth annual meeting of the American Association for State and Local History, held in Portland, Oregon August 1950. Contents.—Herbert A. Kellar, "Introduction," p. [155]-156; William N. Bischoff, "Tracing manuscript sources," p. 156-163; Harry C. Bauer, "Where manuscripts should be," p. 163-167; S. K. Stevens, "The use of microfilm," p. 167-179. Also in American Association for State and Local History, Bulletin (Sept., 1950).
Problems of locating and using historical manuscripts
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Lejour, Ernestine. Les archives de famille. Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 21:11-27, 163-183 (1950). Stresses the importance of family archives, indicates the extent to which such archives have been placed in public and institutional custody in Belgium and elsewhere, and suggests methods for their arrangement and description.
Les archives de famille
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Lovett, Robert W. Business records. American archivist, 13:303-305 (July, 1950). A summary review of the literature relating to the selection and preservation of business records in libraries and other depositories.
Business records
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Michigan. University. Library. Clements Library. The visitor and the Clements Library. Ann Arbor, 1950. 40 p.
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Photography's hall of fame
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Pritchard, Alan. Air Force film treasure house; a piece of Air Force history is all yours — for four cents a foot. (Dayton, Ohio, News, Feb. 18, 1951. p. 7-9). Describes some of the holdings and activities of the Air Force Central Motion Picture Depository at Wright Field.
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U. S. Library of Congress. Map Division. The services and collections of the Map Division. By Walter W. Ristow. Washington, 1951. 22 p. See also 104, 223, 235, 258. XI. The Recruitment and Training of Archivists, Custodians of Manuscripts, and Records Officers
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Arco Publishing Company, New York. Archives assistant GS-3 thru GS-6; a course of study for Federal civil service test success. Based on the official examination announcement, it covers all the subjects of the test by a combination of concise study material and test type questions and answers [by] the Arco Editorial Board. Latest 1950 ed. New York [1950] 1 vol. (various pagings).
France. Direction des Archives. Stage technique d'archives, réservé aux élèves de l'École des Chartes et aux archivistes et étudiants étrangers. [Paris, n. d.] [8] p. Describes a new course of study offered under the joint auspices of the Direction des Archives de France and l'École des Chartes to students of l'École des Chartes and to foreign archivists and students. The course is intended to instruct the student in the techniques of modern archival administration, in the theory of administrative organization, and in the fields of documentation and economics.
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Quynn, Dorothy M. The Ecole des Chartes. American archivist, 13: 271-283 (July, 1950). Traces the history and describes the present curriculum and program of the École des Chartes. See also 41-42, 50, 145, 334.
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