[Born, Lester K.] Archives. Encyclopaedia Britannica. [Walter Yust, editor-in-chief] Chicago, Encyclopaedia Britannica [c1954] Vol. 2, p. 288-292.
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Brenneke, Adolf. Archivkunde: ein Beitrag zur Theorie und Geschichte des europaeischen Archivwesens. Assembled and edited by Wolfgang Leesch. Leipzig, Koehler and Amelang, 1953. xix, 542 p. Includes a bibliography.
Archivkunde: ein Beitrag zur Theorie und Geschichte des europaeischen Archivwesens
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The Care of records by the private owner. By Lord Leconfield, Earl Spencer, and Ivor P. Collis. Archives, 2, no. 10: 74-85 (Michaelmas, 1953). Includes appendix, "The care of documents in private muniment rooms," p. 81-85.
Crittenden, Christopher. Let's look at manuscripts. Southeastern librarian, 3: 41-46 (Summer, 1953). A paper read before the College and University Section, SELA conference, November 1, 1952.
Let's look at manuscripts
Southeastern librarian
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Harvard guide to American history. [By] Oscar Handlin, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Samuel E. Morison, Frederick Merk, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Paul H. Buck. Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press, 1954. 689 p. The successor to Channing, Hart, and Turner's Guide to the study and teaching of American history (1912). Chapters 1-5 are devoted to the methods, resources, and materials of American history. Chapters 6-30 consist of detailed reading lists arranged with reference to historical periods.
Masterson, James R., ed. Writings on American history, 1949. [Washington, 1954] 636 p. (American Historical Association, Annual report for the year 1951, vol. 2. Also published as 82d Cong., 2d sess., H. Doc. 267, vol. 2.) Items relating to historiography and allied disciplines are listed on p. 1-5; to lists and descriptions of historical materials, on p. 13-27; and to repositories and custodians of historical materials, on p. 30-37.
Writings on American history, 1949
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Munden, Ken. Personal documentation in the cold war. American archivist, 17:141-148 (Apr., 1954). A paper read at a meeting of the social studies group of the Alexandria, Va., Branch of the American Association of University Women, February 25, 1953.
Personal documentation in the cold war
American archivist
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Noblecourt, André. La protection des objets de musée durant les conflits armés. [n. p., n. d.] 28 p. A paper delivered at the third general conference of the International Council on Museums, July 1953, containing information applicable also to archives and libraries.
La protection des objets de musée durant les conflits armés. [n. p., n. d.]
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28
 
Parker, Wyman W. How can the archivist aid the researcher? American archivist, 16:233-240 (July, 1953). A paper read at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Lexington, Kentucky, October 27, 1952, discussing the role and responsibilities of the archivist.
How can the archivist aid the researcher?
American archivist
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Renshaw, Mary A. A university archive repository. Library association record, 56:75-80 (Mar., 1954). The author, Archivist of the University of Nottingham, develops the view that the university repository is complementary to the county record office and should serve as a local replica of the British Museum manuscript department.
A university archive repository
Library association record
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Roy, Sourindranath. The problem of archival estrays. Indian archives, 7: 14-28 (Jan.-June, 1953).
The problem of archival estrays
Indian archives
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Smith, Lester W., comp. Writings on archives, current records, and historical manuscripts, July 1952- June 1953. American archivist, 16:321-350 (Oct. 1953).
Writings on archives, current records, and historical manuscripts, July 1952- June 1953
American archivist
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Society of Local Archivists. Local records, their nature and care. Edited by Lilian J. Redstone and Francis W. Steer for the Society of Local Archivists, acting in conjunction with the County Councils Association and the Library Association. London, G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., 1953. 246 p. A handbook covering the character, preservation, publication, and repair of local archives; problems of staff and training; relationship between the archivist and the public; and cooperation with libraries and other organizations. Includes a bibliography.
Society of Local Archivists. Local records, their nature and care
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United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Les techniques de protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé, par H. Lavachery et A. Noblecourt. [Paris, 1954] 222, 48 p. (Musées of monuments, VIII). Thoroughly detailed, profusely illustrated, technical descriptions of protective measures recommended, and applied in a number of countries, against war hazards that threaten museum, library, and archival property, movable and immovable. Notes especially specific effects of various kinds of bombs (up to 1952 when this study was completed). Bibliography: p. 215-216. II. Filing Techniques and Management of Current Records A. General Discussion
Aluminum Company of America. Records control manual. Comp. by C. C. Conner, Archivist, assisted by D. L. Uplinger. Pittsburgh, Pa. [1953] 481 (looseleaf).
American Management Association. Reports to top management for effective planning and control. New York [1953] 117 p.
Argent, C. A. J. Evaluation of typing work. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 5:26-32 (Oct., 1953).
Evaluation of typing work
O & M bulletin
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32
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The Army's Kansas City Records Center. Office, 39, no. 5:6-9 (May, 1954).
Beach, Terry. Centralized files vs. decentralized files. Office, 39, no. 5:67-76 (May, 1954). The author is Chief, Current Records Branch, Records Management Division, National Archives and Records Service.
Centralized files vs. decentralized files
Office
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Bliven, Bruce. The wonderful writing machine. New York, Random House [1954] 236 p. A history of the typewriter.
The wonderful writing machine
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236
 
Cadmus, Wesley S. A forms manual, containing some of the basic information presented in a course of forms standardization and design. Unionville, Conn., c1953. 1 vol.
Carborundum finds microfilming current accounts ends record storage problems. Office management, 15, no. 3:36 (Mar., 1954). Describes program of the Carborundum Company of Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Cincinnati is microfilming city records. American city, 68:127 (Aug., 1953).
Current, Richard N. The typewriter and the men who made it. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1954. 149 p.
The typewriter and the men who made it
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149
 
Davis, K. Management communication and the grapevine. Harvard business review, 31:43-49 (Sept., 1953).
Management communication and the grapevine
Harvard business review
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District of Columbia. General Administration Department. Management Office. Office of the Secretary, an organization survey report. [Washington] 1953. 50 1. Recommends simplification of the record-keeping practices of the Secretary's Office and improved methods of publishing and distributing official regulations of the District Government.
Farrar, Larston D. He counts his offices by the thousand. Office management, 15, no. 5:12-14, 80, 82 (May, 1954). An article on Edmund F. Mansure, Administrator of the General Services Administration, describing his multifold responsibilities for the Federal Supply Service, National Archives and Records Service, Emergency Procurement Service, and Public Buildings Service.
He counts his offices by the thousand
Office management
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Hack, John A. Operation bottleneck. United States Naval Institute, Proceedings, 79:842-845 (Aug., 1953). Deals with the problem of shipboard paperwork.
Operation bottleneck. United States Naval Institute
Proceedings
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Hagen, E. C. Square D Co. saved by having stored records microfilmed. Office, 39, no. 5:126-132 (May, 1954). The author is supervisor of administrative services and systems, Square D Co., Detroit.
Square D Co. saved by having stored records microfilmed
Office
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Hefti, Wilma C. How to keep real estate office records. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1954. 178 p.
How to keep real estate office records
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178
 
Holly, Paul. Office work measurement makes for more profitable management. Office, 39, no. 5:109-121 (May, 1954). The author is manager, Clerical Service Operations, Aldens, Inc., Chicago.
Office work measurement makes for more profitable management
Office
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109
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121
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Holmstrom, John E. Facts, files, and action in business and public affairs. Pt. 2. Filing, indexing, and circulation. London, Chapman & Hall, 1953. 277 p.
Facts, files, and action in business and public affairs. Pt. 2. Filing, indexing, and circulation
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277
 
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. Managing property records. [Washington, 1954] 24 p. Proceedings of the meeting of January 15, 1954, at which George Saunders of Federal Supply Service and Francis Hargy of Office of Comptroller, General Services Administration, were the speakers, Arthur E. Young, General Services Administration, presiding.
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. The meaning of records management. [Washington, 1954] 22 p. Proceedings of the meeting of February 19, 1954, at which William Oncken of the Army Department, Edmund D. Dwyer of the Navy Department, and Sam Heller of the Interior Department were the speakers, Arthur E. Young of the General Services Administration presiding.
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. Records management in agency liquidation or reduction. [Washington, 1953] 16 p. Proceedings of the meeting of October 16, 1953, at which Charles F. Fridrich, National Production Authority, Dorothy M. Luttrell, Internal Revenue Bureau, Alice Ritter, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and Joseph F. Vaughan, Office of Defense Mobilization, were the speakers, Arthur E. Young presiding.
Interagency Records Administration Conference, Washington, D. C. Where is records management heading? [Washington, 1953] 14 p. Proceedings of the meeting of December 4, 1953, at which Edmund F. Mansure, Administrator of General Services, and Edward T. Miller, Congressman from Maryland, were the speakers, Arthur E. Young presiding.
Kehl, M. Margaret. General principles of filing pamphlets. Special libraries, 45:17-19 (Jan., 1954).
General principles of filing pamphlets
Special libraries
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Knight, D. Records management; the newest profession: abstract. Management review, 42:716-717 (Dec., 1953).
Records management; the newest profession: abstract
Management review
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717
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Krieg, J. G. Case for microfilming city records. American city, 68:118 (Dec., 1953).
Case for microfilming city records
American city
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68
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118
 
Kyle, Lyle C. Record survey, County Clerk's Office, Johnson County. Prepared by Lyle C. Kyle [and] Horace M. Mason. [Lawrence, Governmental Research Center, University of Kansas] 1953. 14, 62 1. Alphabetical listing of records in Johnson County Clerk's Office: 1 [1]-35.
Record survey, County Clerk's Office, Johnson County
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Limberg, Herman. New York City's forms control program. Office, 39, no. 4: 57-63 (Apr., 1954).
New York City's forms control program
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Linton, Calvin D. How to write reports. New York, Harper, 1954. 240 p.
How to write reports
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240
 
Lucas, Joseph W. More profit—less paper, through work simplification; office survey techniques used in Standard Oil Company of California. [Prepared] with the assistance of other members of the Department on Organization, Standard Oil Company of California. [n. p., 1953] 59 p. Published also in Office management, 14, no. 9:24-28; no. 10:30-34; no. 11:62-64; no. 12:24-28; 15, no. 1:30-31 (Sept.-Dec., 1953; Jan., 1954).
Martin, R. F. L. Cumulative sorting in the central ordnance depots of the War Office. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 4: 35-39 (Aug., 1953).
Cumulative sorting in the central ordnance depots of the War Office
O & M bulletin
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35
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Michigan. Administration Department. Records memorandum. Lansing. 1. Initiation of the records management program. [1952] 4 p. 2. Non-record materials, general schedule no. 1. [1953] 2 p. 3. Records disposal, general schedule no. 2. [1953] 4 p.
Michigan. Administration Department. Report on 5 months' operation of the Records Center. [Lansing, 1953] 3 p.
Nairne, P. D. Director's instructions at the Admiralty. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 4:13-17 (Aug., 1953).
Director's instructions at the Admiralty
O & M bulletin
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New Jersey. Education Department. State Library, Archives, and History Division. Records management program; rules and regulations, December 4, 1953. Trenton [1953] 15 1.
New Jersey. Education Department. State Library, Archives, and History Division. Records retention schedule for municipal and county officers. Trenton [1954?] 4 1. (Schedule M C - 1)
New Jersey. Laws, Statutes, Etc. Chapter 410, Laws of 1953 (Destruction of public records act). An act concerning the destruction and unlawful possession of public records, revising chapter three of Title 47 of the Revised statutes, and repealing certain statutes relating thereto, [n. p., n.d.] 6 p. An act approved September 18, 1953. Provides for a State Records Committee, consisting of the State Treasurer, the Attorney General, the State Auditor, the Director of the Division of Local Government, and the Head of the Bureau of Archives and History or their designated representatives. The Committee is empowered to adopt regulations for the disposal of records, to approve schedules for systematic retention and disposal, and to approve procedures for microfilming.
New York (City) Bureau of the Budget. Manual of form design. [New York, Bureau of the Budget, 1953] var. pag.
New York (City) Bureau of the Budget. Analysis Division. The records management program of the City of New York; based on a review and evaluation of recommendations made by the Mayor's Committee on Management Survey. New York, 1953. var. pag.
New York (State) Law Revision Commission. Act, recommendation and study relating to certification of microfilm or other photographic reproduction of records and other papers kept in public offices. Albany, Williams Press, 1953. 20 p. (New York (State) [Legislature] Legislative document, 1953, no. 65 (N))
New York (State) Law Revision Commission. Act, recommendation and study relating to destruction of old public files and records of chattel mortgages and conditional sales. Albany, Williams Press, 1953. 20 p. (New York (State) [Legislature] Legislative document, 1953, no. 65 (B))
Newns, L. A. C. Instructions to regional offices; the procedure in the Board of Trade. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 4: 3-8 (Aug., 1953).
Instructions to regional offices; the procedure in the Board of Trade
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Odell, Margaret K. Information files: a method for automatic disposal of obsolete material. Special libraries, 45:199-202 (May-June, 1954). Urges predetermining the retention period for vertical file materials.
Information files: a method for automatic disposal of obsolete material
Special libraries
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Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company. Records management in Pacific Telephone. [n. p.] 1953. 16 p.
Patton, W. G. Microfilming can cut record storage costs. Iron age, 172:142-144 (July 16, 1953).
Microfilming can cut record storage costs
Iron age
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Piscatella, Tony. American Airlines' system of office work measurement. Office, 39, no. 2:68-74, 89-92 (Feb., 1954).
American Airlines' system of office work measurement
Office
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Prentice-Hall, Inc., New York. Handbook of business forms, compiled by the editorial staff. New York, 1953. 393 p.
Raines, Irving I. Better communications in small business. Washington, Small Business Administration, 1953 [i. e. 1954] 39 p. (U. S. Small Business Administration. Small business management series, no. 7) Bibliography: p. 35-39.
Better communications in small business
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Record Controls, Inc. Retention and preservation of records, with destruction schedules. [rev. ed.] Chicago [1953] 38 p.
Records Engineering, Inc., Washington, D. C. Survey of Government microfilm operations; a summary of reports, February 12, 1954. Washington [U. S. General Services Administration, 1954] 5, [1] p. Report of findings of a microfilm survey undertaken by Records Engineering, Inc., for the General Services Administration.
Redfield, Charles E. Communication in management; a guide to administrative communication. Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1953. 290 p.
Communication in management; a guide to administrative communication
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290
 
Ross, H. John. How to make a procedure manual. 2d ed. Miami, Fla., Office Research Institute, 1953. 123 p.
How to make a procedure manual
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123
 
Russell, H. F. Protection of vital corporate records. National Association of Cost Accountants, Bulletin, 35:579-586 (Jan., 1954).
Protection of vital corporate records. National Association of Cost Accountants
Bulletin
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Sager, G. Donald. Effective protection against destruction of collector's records. Town clerks topics, 12, no. 12:1-3 (Dec., 1953). A paper read before the annual meeting of the Association of Towns, February 1953.
Effective protection against destruction of collector's records
Town clerks topics
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Samstag, N. Filesmanship. Management review, 43:31-33 (Jan., 1954).
Filesmanship
Management review
, vol. 
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Shachtman, Bella E. Current serial records—an experiment. College and research libraries, 14:240-242, 248 (July, 1953). Contains data on the use of visible file equipment as compared with the use of conventional 3 × 5 card files.
Current serial records—an experiment
College and research libraries
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14
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240
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Shaw, Ralph R. Photoclerical routines at USDA. Library journal, 78:2064-2070 (Dec. 1, 1953). Describes photoclerical routines in use in the Department of Agriculture Library, stemming from the experiments recorded in The use of photography for clerical routines (Washington, D. C., American Council of Learned Societies, 1953).
Photoclerical routines at USDA
Library journal
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78
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Shiff, Robert A. A records audit technique to save management money. Office, 39, no. 1:76-77, 180-181 (Jan., 1954). The Executive Director, National Records Management Council, New York City, describes the Council's new record management audit service.
A records audit technique to save management money
Office
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Shurter, Robert L. Effective letters in business. 2d ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1954. 250 p.
Effective letters in business
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250
 
Shurter, Robert L. Techniques in report writing. Special libraries, 45:15-16 (Jan., 1954).
Techniques in report writing
Special libraries
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A Split platen typewriter. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 5:32-33 (Oct., 1953).
Stumpfig, William F. Dow's new Office Services Department. Office, 38, no. 4: 72-88 (Oct., 1953). Describes office management program of Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan.
Dow's new Office Services Department
Office
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Topham, W. H. Pacific Telephone's records management program. American archivist, 17:111-121 (Apr., 1954). A paper read at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists at Detroit, Mich., September 15, 1953.
Pacific Telephone's records management program
American archivist
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U. S. National Archives and Records Service. Records Management Division. Records problems in the Patent Office. Prepared for the U. S. Patent Office by Daniel F. Noll, Records Management Division, National Archives and Records Service. [Washington] 1952. 43 p., forms.
U. S. News & World Report. Market Research Division. How business forms are bought and used, a market study, January 1954. [Washington, D. C., 1954] 7, [5] 1.
Well, R. E. Cutting records costs; a new method; abstract. Management review, 42:389-390 (July, 1953).
Cutting records costs; a new method; abstract
Management review
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White, D. L. Do you have to file all reports? Office, 39, no. 5:23-26 (May, 1954).
Do you have to file all reports?
Office
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Wylie, H. L. Ten ways to save filing time. American business, 24:22-23 (Jan., 1954).
Ten ways to save filing time
American business
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Wylie, H. L. Ten ways to save paper. American business, 23:14-15 (Oct., 1953). See also 110, 115, 120, 128, 137, 191, 298, 304. B. Machine Techniques in Office Operations and in Information Processing
Ten ways to save paper
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Alden, William L. The automatic office; a study of the application of electronic digital computer principles to the automatization of clerical and accounting routines, by William L. Alden [and others]. A report submitted to Professor Georges F. Doriot in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the second year course in manufacturing at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Westboro, Mass., 1953. 46 1.
Automation [a bibliography]. Business information sources, 24, no. 4:12-16 (July-Dec., 1953).
Bailey, M. F., B. E. Lanham, and J. Leibowitz. Mechanized searching in the U. S. Patent Office. Patent Office Society, Journal, 35:566-587 (Aug., 1953). Report of a pilot project and study conducted in May and June 1950. "The system has not, as yet, been put into use in the Patent Office."
Mechanized searching in the U. S. Patent Office. Patent Office Society
Journal
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Brown, R. Hunt. Office automation: beginning of an era. Pt. 1. Office management, 15, no. 5:24-25 (May, 1954). The author is automation supervisor, Management Services Division, Ernst and Ernst, New York City.
Office automation: beginning of an era. Pt. 1
Office management
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Fernsler, Robert A. How to determine effectiveness of a punched card installation. Office, 38, no. 4:67-69, 177-186 (Oct., 1953).
How to determine effectiveness of a punched card installation
Office
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Integrating the office for automation. Office, 39, no. 4:66-80+ (Apr., 1954). Contents. — H. F. Van Gorder, "Fundamentals of integrated data processing"; H. W. Moore, "Data origination"; James Thomson, "Data calculation and distribution"; L. W. Calkins, "High speed processing"; R. W. Baridon, "Communications."
Lessing, Lawrence P. Computers in business. Scientific American, 190:21-25 (Jan., 1954). "The large electronic machines, heretofore found only in the computation laboratory, are now being applied to the automatic handling of entire office procedures." Cites General Electric's, Metropolitan Life's, and Franklin Life's use of UNIVAC, among others.
Computers in business
Scientific American
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190
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21
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25
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U. S. Steel sets up automatic office. Pt. 1-2. Office management, 15, no. 3:24-27+; no. 4:19-21+ (Mar., Apr., 1954). Report of a special conference of the American Management Association, February 25-26, 1954, featuring speakers from the Methods Planning Division of United States Steel and outlining a program "to automatize repetitive clerical operations."
Verry, H. R. Rapid selectors. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 5:43-46 (Oct., 1953).
Rapid selectors
O & M bulletin
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Warheit, I. A. The librarian and the development of machines. Special libraries, 44:272-273 (Sept., 1953). Emphasizes the dangers in the unrealistic assumption that operational costs may be based on the theoretical capacity of a machine.
The librarian and the development of machines
Special libraries
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Waygren, Edward. Automation: no easy answer. Pt. 1-2. Office management, 15, no. 3:32-33+; no. 4:24-25 (Mar., Apr., 1954). The author, vice president, McDonald Bros., Inc., Management Engineers, New York, attempts to analyze cost factors in the use of electronic computers. See also 202. III. History, Organization, and Current Activities of Archival Agencies, Manuscript Depositories, and Related Organizations A. United States in General and Federal Government
Automation: no easy answer. Pt. 1-2
Office management
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American Historical Association. Annual report for the year 1952. Vol. I. Proceedings. Washington, 1954. 61 p. Of particular interest are the reports of the Executive Secretary (Guy Stanton Ford's final report), p. 9-15; the Committee on the Littleton-Griswold Fund, p. 40; the Committee on Government Publications, p. 40-41; the Committee on Documentary Reproduction, p. 41-47 (including, as Appendix A, "Progress report, as of July 1952, on reproduction of notarial cartularies, Archivio di Stato, Genoa, Italy," p. 43-46; and Appendix B, a report on the microfilming of the greater part of the unpublished Kataloge, Zettelkataloge, and Verzeichnisse of Austrian collections of manuscripts, incunabula, and early printed books (before 1600), by Professor George B. Fowler of the University of Pittsburgh, the negative film having been deposited in the Library of Congress, p. 47); the Ad Hoc Committee on Historians and the Federal Government, p. 47-48; and the report of the Delegate to the American Documentation Institute, recommending that the Association no longer be represented officially in the Institute, p. 53-54.
Ashby, Charlotte M. The Cartographic Records Branch in the National Archives. Special Libraries Association, Geography and Map Division, Bulletin, no. 16:6-10 (Apr. 16, 1954).
The Cartographic Records Branch in the National Archives
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Fitzgibbon, William. President's papers. New York Times magazine, Apr. 4, 1954, p. 34. A brief note on the disposition of the papers of the Presidents.
President's papers
New York Times magazine
pg. 
34
 
Friis, Herman R. W. L. G. Joerg, 1885-1952. Association of American Geographers, Annals, 43:255-283 (Dec., 1953). A review of the life and work of W. L. G. Joerg, for many years Chief of the Cartographic Records Branch of the National Archives.
1885-1952. Association of American Geographers
Annals
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Friis, Herman R. W. L. G. Joerg (1885-1952). Obituary. Arctic Institute of North America, Journal, 6:278-279 (1953).
(1885-1952). Obituary. Arctic Institute of North America
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Grover, Wayne C. National Archives and Records Service. The Americana annual, 1954. (New York, Americana Corp. [1954]), p. 480.
National Archives and Records Service
The Americana annual
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480
 
Grover, Wayne C. The National Archives at age 20. American archivist, 17: 99-107 (Apr., 1954). A paper read at the joint session of the American Historical Association and the Society of American Archivists at Chicago, December 29, 1953. Also published separately (Washington, 1954. 8 p.).
The National Archives at age 20
American archivist
, vol. 
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Kennedy, Marguerite K. The Archives of the Historical Division, USAF. American archivist, 17:123-134 (Apr., 1954). Describes development and holdings of the Archives Branch, United States Air Force Historical Division, Research Studies Institute, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
The Archives of the Historical Division, USAF
American archivist
, vol. 
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Kent, John L. Safeguarding the Nation's historical documents. American mercury, 78, no. 363:47-48 (Apr., 1954). A short article on the National Archives.
Safeguarding the Nation's historical documents
American mercury
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Lewinson, Paul. The archives of labor. American archivist, 17:19-24 (Jan., 1954). A report by the chairman of the Committee on Trade Union Archives of the Society of American Archivists, describing the present status of information concerning records relating to organized labor and indicating the Committee's hope to make available for publication an extensive list of archival and manuscript materials relating to labor.
The archives of labor
American archivist
, vol. 
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19
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Manuscript Society. Manuscript collectors directory. New York, 1953. 100 p. An alphabetical listing of private collectors, dealers, private institutions, and public depositories, followed by a geographical listing and a classified listing of special fields.
Melinat, Carl H. Library and archive workers. Library journal, 78:1296-1297 (Aug., 1953). Contains classification and salary data (for employees of the Federal Government) abstracted from the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin no. 117, Federal white-collar workers: their occupations and salaries, June 1951 (1953).
Library and archive workers
Library journal
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78
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1296
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1297
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Raiding the White House files; papers sold, burned, hidden, given to the world. U. S. news and world report, 35, no. 22:29-31 (Nov. 27, 1953). Describes briefly the disposition of the papers of the Presidents.
Sabbe, Étienne. Les archives des États-Unis d'Amérique. Archives, bibliothègues, et musées de Belgique, 24:183-214 (1953). A general survey of the archival situation in the United States, by the Conservateur des Archives de l'État à Anvers.
Les archives des États-Unis d'Amérique
Archives, bibliothègues, et musées de Belgique
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Society of American Archivists. Reports for the year 1952-1953. American archivist, 17:83-96 (Jan., 1954).
U. S. Congress. House. Appropriations Committee. Independent offices appropriations for 1955. Hearings … 83-2. Pt. 2. Office of Defense Mobilization, General Services Administration, Veterans' Administration. Washington, 1954. p. 1175-2036. Hearings on the National Archives and Records Service appear on p. 1617-1645.
U. S. Congress. Senate. Appropriations Committee. Independent offices appropriations for 1955. Hearings … 83-2. Washington, 1954. 945 p. Discussion of microfilming studies and of legislation to vest in the General Services Administration control over all Government microfilming operations appears on p. 248-250.
U. S. Interdepartmental Committee on Protection of Cultural Property. Explanations of the proposed U. S. revision of the convention for the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict. [Washington, 1953?] 18 1. Relates to the item listed directly below.
U. S. Interdepartmental Committee on Protection of Cultural Property. Recommended revision of [Unesco] CL/717 annexes, December 1953. Annex I. Draft convention for the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict. Annex II. Draft regulations for the execution of the convention for the protection of cultural property in event of armed conflict. [Washington, 1953?] 35 1. The proposed United States revision of the Annexes to Unesco Circular letter no. 717, prepared for presentation at the conference at The Hague, Spring 1954.
U. S. National Archives. The National Archives, Washington, D. C. [Washington, 1953] Folder. A folder describing the functions of the National Archives. Illustrated.
U. S. National Archives and Records Service. Annual report on the National Archives and Records Service, from the annual report of the Administrator of General Services for the year ending June 30, 1953. Washington, 1954. 25 p.
U. S. Selective Service System (1948-). Annual report for the fiscal year 1953. Washington, 1954. 115 p. Discusses the records program of the System on p. 47-49. Appendixes 27 and 28, p. 106-107, provide information on the reference-service workload.
U. S. Treaties, Etc. Release of German libraries and properties in Italy. Agreement between the United States of America and other Governments signed at Rome April 30, 1953, entered into force May 1, 1953. [Washington, 1954] 3 p. (Treaties and other international acts series, 2785).See also 18-19, 27, 35-36, 63, 77, 166, 191, 209, 234, 289, 318-319, 329, 336. B. State and Local
Burton, Patricia O. Clarence Monroe Burton, Detroit's historian; a biographical sketch. Detroit, Burton Abstract & Title Co. [1953] 77 p. A sketch of the founder of the Burton Historical Collection of the Detroit Public Library.
Clarence Monroe Burton, Detroit's historian; a biographical sketch
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77
 
Clark, Stanley. Grant Foreman. Chronicles of Oklahoma, 31:226-242 (Autumn, 1953). A biographical sketch of Grant Foreman (1869-1953), historian, member of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society, and a key figure in promoting the Federal legislation authorizing the transfer of the records of the Five Civilized Tribes to the Oklahoma Historical Society in 1934.
Grant Foreman
Chronicles of Oklahoma
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Draper, Lyman. Lyman Draper's account of lost western manuscripts. Edited by William B. Hesseltine and Larry Gara. Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, Bulletin, 11:192-204 (July, 1953).
Lyman Draper's account of lost western manuscripts
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Georgia. Laws, Statutes, Etc. Georgia laws governing archives, history; records disposition, retention, control, and management; photostatic and photographic copies and microphotography in State and county government. Ben W. Fortson, Jr., Secretary of State. Comp. by Mrs. Mary Givens Bryan, State Historian and Director, Department of Archives and History. Atlanta, 1953. 47 p.
Hafen, LeRoy R. History of the State Historical Society of Colorado [1880-1950]. Pt. 1-3. Colorado magazine, 30:161-185, 283-310; 31:37-68 (July, Oct., 1953; Jan., 1954). Contains information on the growth and nature of the Society's manuscript collections.
History of the State Historical Society of Colorado [1880-1950]. Pt. 1-3
Colorado magazine
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161
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Heiges, George L. Lancaster County remembers. Pennsylvania history, 21:63-66 (Jan., 1954). The president of the Lancaster County Historical Society sketches the history of the Society, which has manuscript collections in custody.
Lancaster County remembers
Pennsylvania history
, vol. 
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63
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66
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Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, Calif. Twenty-sixth annual report, July 1, 1952-June 30, 1953. San Marino, 1953. 31 p.
Hesseltine, William B. Lyman Draper and the South. Congressional record, 99, no. 149: A5429-A5434 (Aug. 14, 1953). Reprinted from the Journal of southern history, 19:20-31 (Feb., 1953) as an extension of remarks by Congressman Charles Raper Jonas of North Carolina, in recognition of the Draper centennial celebration to occur early in 1954. Includes also Hesseltine's "Lyman Copeland Draper, 1815-91," reprinted from the Wisconsin magazine of history, 35:163-166, 231-234 (Spring, 1952) as an extension of remarks by Congressman Glenn R. Davis of Wisconsin.
Lyman Draper and the South
Congressional record
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A5434
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Hesseltine, William B. Pioneer's mission; the story of Lyman Copeland Draper. Madison, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1954. 384 p.
Pioneer's mission; the story of Lyman Copeland Draper
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384
 
Hesseltine, William B. The return of Louisiana documents. Library quarterly, 23:284-286 (Oct., 1953). Describes efforts in 1878 by Lyman C. Draper to return to the Louisiana Historical Society certain documents that had been seized during the firing of the Louisiana State House at Baton Rouge during the Civil War and subsequently presented to the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
The return of Louisiana documents
Library quarterly
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284
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Horn, Jason. Archives of Hawaii. Paradise of the Pacific, 65, no. 9:22-23 (Sept., 1953). A brief abstract of an article published in the American archivist, 16:105-114 (Apr., 1953). Includes photographs of new Public Archives building, completed in July 1953.
Archives of Hawaii
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Horn, Jason. Municipal Archives and Records Center of the City of New York. American archivist, 16:311-320 (Oct., 1953).
Municipal Archives and Records Center of the City of New York
American archivist
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311
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320
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Indiana Historical Society. Library. Annual report for 1952. Indianapolis, 1953. [23] p. Annual report on the William Henry Smith Memorial Library, including description of manuscript accessions.
Manuscript collecting by local societies. Wisconsin magazine of history, 36: 245-246 (Summer, 1953). A short note on the regional depository system for manuscripts being established by the Wisconsin State Historical Society, using State colleges and public libraries in each district.
Maryland. Hall of Records. Eighteenth annual report of the Archivist of the Hall of Records, July 1, 1952, through June 30, 1953. [n. p., n. d.] 60 p. Includes the text of the Records Management Act (Chapter 436), passed during the 1953 session of the General Assembly to implement the State's records-management program.
North Carolina. State Department of Archives and History. The first half century, the North Carolina Department of Archives and History; a record of achievement, 1903-1953. [Raleigh, 1953] 26 p.
Olson, James C. The Nebraska State Historical Society in 1953. Nebraska history, 34:289-303 (Dec., 1953). The report on the Library and Manuscript Division appears on p. 300-302.
The Nebraska State Historical Society in 1953
Nebraska history
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Overman, William D. The Firestone Archives and Library. American archivist, 16:305-309 (Oct., 1953).
The Firestone Archives and Library
American archivist
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Petersen, William J. The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1951-1953. Iowa journal of history, 51:193-210 (July, 1953). The report on the Library, p. 201-207, includes description of manuscripts on microfilm.
The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1951-1953
Iowa journal of history
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51
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193
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Rogers, James G. President's annual report, State Historical Society of Colorado. Colorado magazine, 31:1-18 (Jan., 1954). Activities relating to historical manuscripts and State archives are described on p. 10-11 and 17, respectively.
President's annual report, State Historical Society of Colorado
Colorado magazine
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1
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Society of American Archivists. Committee on State Archives. 1952-1953 survey of laws governing archives and records management in the forty-eight States, [n. p., 1953] 18, [2] 1. Prepared by Mrs. Mary Givens Bryan, Director, Georgia Department of Archives and History.
Society of American Archivists. Committee on State Archives. Report on the survey of salaries of State archivists — September 1953. [n. p., 1953] 1 1. Prepared by Morris L. Radoff, Archivist of Maryland.
Stroupe, Henry S. The North Carolina Department of Archives and History — the first half century. North Carolina historical review, 31:184-200 (Apr., 1954).
The North Carolina Department of Archives and History — the first half century
North Carolina historical review
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Virginia. State Library. Report for the year ending June 30, 1953. Richmond, 1953. 15 p. The report of the Archives Division appears on p. 8-10.
Wisconsin. State Historical Society. Proceedings, one hundred and sixth year of the Society. Madison, 1953. 96 p. Reports on the Archives Division appear on p. 14-15 and 85-86.
Wisconsin. State Historical Society. Proceedings, 1952-1953. Madison, 1953. 48 p. Covers the 107th year of the Society's operations. The report of the Archives Division appears on p. 27-30; of the McCormick Collection, on p. 35-36; and of the Director on p. 5-13.
Wood, Richard G. Richard Bartlett, minor archival prophet. American archivist, 17:13-18 (Jan., 1954). Describes the efforts of Richard Bartlett (1792-1837) of New Hampshire to rouse the conscience of State and Federal records keepers of his time to the importance of their responsibilities. See also 40, 45-46, 48-50, 52, 186, 236, 250, 280, 299, 315, 321, 338. C. Foreign Countries
Richard Bartlett, minor archival prophet
American archivist
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13
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Bielińska, Maria. Dzialalność naczelnej dryrekcji archiwów państwowych w latach 1950 i 1951. Archeion, 21: [219]-225 (1952). Annual report on the activities of the Head Office of the State Archives. Discusses the acts and regulations of 1950-51, which provided the basis for a new organization of the archival service in Poland.
Black, Clinton V. The archives of Jamaica. Caribbean quarterly, 3:130-135 (Dec., 1953).
The archives of Jamaica
Caribbean quarterly
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3
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130
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135
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Brańska, Eugenia. Dzialalność archiwów państwowych w latach 1950-1951. Archeion, 21: [226]-241 (1952). Report on the activities of the State Archives, including organization of new district archives, large-scale reorganization of old collections, the accumulation and cataloguing of materials for Polish history, and their preparation for publication.
British Records Association. Twenty-first report of Council, accounts, and list of members for the year ending 31 August 1953. [n. p.] 1953. 30 p.
British Records Association. Records' Preservation Section. Report for the year 1952-53. [n. p., n. d.] 6 p.
British Records Association. Records' Preservation Section. The smaller muniment room and its use by searchers, [n. p., Apr., 1953] [2] p. (Memorandum no. 15). Includes "Rules for the muniment room." Also published in Archives, 2, no. 10:96-97 (Michaelmas, 1953).
Canada. Public Archives. Report for the year 1952. Ottawa, 1953. 39 p.
Great Britain. Historical Manuscripts Commission. Bulletin of the National Register of Archives. No. 4. 1953. [London] H. M. Stationery Office, 1953. 47 p.
Great Britain. Public Record Office. 114th report of the Deputy Keeper of the Records. London, 1954. 30 p. Covers the year 1952.
Hague. Archief der Gemeente. Verslag over het jaar 1952. 's-Gravenhage [n. d.] 6 p.
Hill, Roscoe R. Latin American archivology, 1951-1953. Hispanic American historical review, 34:256-279 (May, 1954).
Latin American archivology, 1951-1953
Hispanic American historical review
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India. Historical Records Commission. Proceedings. Vol. 30. Pt. 2. Hyderabad, February 1954. [Delhi, Manager of Publications, 1954] 160 p. Papers read at the thirtieth meeting, Hyderabad, February 1-3, 1954.
India. National Archives. National Archives of India, 1948-1952; a quinquennial review. [New Delhi, 1954?] 54 p.
Ireland. Public Record Office. Fifty-eighth report of the Deputy Keeper. Dublin [n. d.] 119 p. Covers the period 1931-50.
L'Istituzione dell'Archivo Nazionale d'Italia. Archivi, 2d ser., 20:341-342 (1953).
Jamison, C. The work of the Records Preservation Section of the British Records Association. Indian archives, 7:29-40 (Jan.-June, 1953).
The work of the Records Preservation Section of the British Records Association
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7
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29
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Lambert, Jules. La revue "Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique" de 1923 à 1952. Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique, 24:79-86 (1953).
La revue "Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique" de 1923 à 1952
Archives, bibliothèques, et musées de Belgique
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Lodolini, Elio. Archivi e pubblicazioni archivistiche dell'America Latina. Archivi, 2d. ser., 20: 84-105, (1953) 269-297 (1953).
Archivi e pubblicazioni archivistiche dell'America Latina
Archivi
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Lodolini, Elio. I bilanci degli Archivi di Stato negli ultimi cento anni (I). Notizie degli Archivi di Stato, 13:67-81 (May-Aug., 1953).
I bilanci degli Archivi di Stato negli ultimi cento anni (I)
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London. University. Institute of Historical Research. Thirty-second annual report, 1 August 1952- 31 July 1953. [n. p., n. d.] 21 p.
Mauritius. Archives. Annual report for the year 1952. Port Louis, Mauritius, 1953. 29 p.
Millares Carlo, Agustín. Notas bibliográficas acerca de archivos municipales, ediciones de libros de acuerdo y colecciones de documentos concejiles. Madrid, Dirección Servicio de Publicaciones del Ministerio de Educación Nacional, 1952. 172 p.
Mugridge, Donald H. The episode of the misplaced Commission records, 1872. American archivist, 17:47-49 (Jan., 1954). Relates to records of the British Commissioners under Article 7 of the Treaty of 1794.
The episode of the misplaced Commission records, 1872
American archivist
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47
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49
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Netherlands (Kingdom, 1815-) Rijksarchief. Verslagen omtrent 's Rijks oude archieven, 1952. 's-Gravenhage, 1953. 102 p.
Nova Scotia. Public Archives. Report for the year 1952. Halifax, 1952. 66 p.
Pakistan. North-West Frontier Province. Central Record Office. Report for the year 1951-52. Peshawar, 1953. 9 p.
Pugh, R. B. The future of the Public Records Office Acts. Indian archives, 6: 21-23 (Jan.-Dec., 1952).
The future of the Public Records Office Acts
Indian archives
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6
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21
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Ramm-Helmsing, Herta von. Schicksal, Verbleib und Organisation der östdeutschen Archive im Rahmen der polnischen Archivgesetzgebung (II. Teil). Der archivar, 6: cols. 209-234 (Dec, 1953).
Roden, Günter v. Archivverordnungen und -richtlinien im Gebiet der Deutschen Bundesrepublik. A. Verordnungen und Richtlinien zum staatlichen Archivwesen und zur landschaftlichen Archivpflege von 1945 bis 1953. Der archivar, 7: cols. 29-50 (Mar., 1954).
Salavert Roca, Vicente. Formacion de archivos historicos provinciales (notas y sugestiones). Revista de archivos, bibliotecas y museos, 59: [71]-83 (1953).
Formacion de archivos historicos provinciales (notas y sugestiones)
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Scotland. General Register House. Annual report of the Keeper of Records of Scotland for the calendar year 1953. Edinburgh, 1954. 11 p.
Somerset, Eng. County Council. County Records Committee. Report, 9th December 1953. [n. p., n. d.] 1 p.
Somerville, R. Local records: work of the British Records Association. Library Association, Record, 55:215-216 (July, 1953).
Local records: work of the British Records Association. Library Association
Record
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South Australia. Libraries Board. Annual report, 1st July 1952, to 30th June 1953. Adelaide, 1954. 11 p. The report of the Archives Department appears on p. 8.
Sweden. Riksarkivet. Meddelanden för åren 1951-1952. Stockholm, 1954. 222 p.
The Twenty-ninth session of the Indian Historical Records Commission. Indian archives, 7:52-58 (Jan.-June, 1953).
Wójcik, Zbigniew. Uwagi archiwisty o Archiwum Koronnym Warszawskim. Archeion, 22: [88]-102 (1954). On the Diplomatic Archives of the former Rzeczpospolita of Poland, known as the Warsaw Crown Archives, constituting a problem for "reorganizing" and inventorying.
Zionist Organisation. Zionest Central Archives. The Central Zionist Archives. Jerusalem [1954?] 19 p. Describes the history, organization, and functions of the Archives. "List of archives and collections of documents kept in the Central Zionist Archives," p. 13-16. See also 3, 116. D. International Organizations
International Congress on Archives. 2d, The Hague, 1953. Liste des membres (arrětée le iome juin 1953). La Haye, 1953. 32 p.
International Congress on Archives. 2d, The Hague, 1953. Reports. The Hague, 1953. 95, 9 p. Contents. — I. Uniformity of archival terms, by H. Hardenberg. II. Archives and documentation, by C. Tihon. III. Archives and the history of art, by Riccardo Filangieri di Candida Gonzaga. IV. Historical museums of records, by Régine Pernoud. VI. Communication with displacement of documents, by Wayne C. Grover. [V. Training of archivists, by Hilary Jenkinson, issued separately].
The Second International Conference on Archives. Archives, 2, no. 10:94-95 (Michaelmas, 1953). A summary report on the meeting.
Van Schreeven, William J. The International Congress on Archives, 1953. American archivist, 17:37-45 (Jan., 1954). Report on the Second International Congress on Archives at The Hague, June 14-21, 1953. See also 8, 14, 111-112, 290, 350. IV. Buildings and Equipment for Archival and Manuscript Depositories
The International Congress on Archives, 1953
American archivist
, vol. 
17
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37
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45
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Crittenden, Christopher. The Carolina charter case. American archivist, 17: 110 (Apr., 1954). Describes a case designed for the display of the Charter of Carolina, 1663, granted by Charles II to the eight Lords Proprietors. Illustrated. See also 8, 14. V. Appraisal, Accessioning, and Disposal of Records and Historical Manuscripts
The Carolina charter case
American archivist
, vol. 
17
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110
 
The Economics of collecting. Manuscripts, 6:76-80 (Winter, 1954). Three expressions concerning the disposition of records, presented in anticipation of the discussion of the subject at the annual meeting of the Manuscript Society to be held in New Haven in May 1954. "The first consists of information derived from publications of the National Archives on the disposition of federal records. The second comprises a statement by Christopher Crittenden, Director of the North Carolina Department of Archives and History, on ‘Records Disposal by the States.’ The third is a summary by David O. Ives in the Wall Street Journal for September 18, 1953, (reprinted by permission) of an address by Emmett J. Leahy on the management of business records."
Gersack, Dorothy H. Disposal of records of the U. S. courts. [n. p., n. d.] 6 1. A paper read before the Federal Court Clerks' Association at its twenty-fifth annual convention, Denver, Colo., August 10, 1953, with accompanying discussion.
Mundell, N. Harold. Transfer of inactive court records to the Federal records centers. [n. p., n. d.] 6 1. A paper read by the Deputy Regional Director, Records Management Service, General Services Administration, Denver, Colorado, before the Federal Court Clerks' Association at its twenty-fifth annual convention, Denver, Colo., August 10, 1953.
Sweet, Forest H. Economics of collecting. History news, 8:35-36 (July, 1953). Discusses the sources of manuscripts for dealers and collectors as affected by the authorized destruction of records by businesses and archival agencies.
Economics of collecting
History news
, vol. 
8
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35
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36
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U. S. Congress. Senate. Government Operations Committee. Activities of the Senate Committee on Government Operations; report. Eighty-third Congress. Washington, 1954. 14 p. (83-2, S. Rept. 852). Lease-purchase agreements are discussed on p. 7-8, and S. 2505 is discussed on p. 11-12, a bill to amend the Federal Records Act to provide authority for emergency disposal of records and for contractors to destroy war contract records. See also 45, 54, 62. VI. Physical Preservation and Rehabilitation of Records and Historical Manuscripts
Bracey, P. and F. Barlow. Urea-formaldehyde resin as a vehicle for semi-permanent insecticidal and fungicidal coatings on bookbindings and book cases. Journal of documentation, 9:157-168 (Sept., 1953).
Urea-formaldehyde resin as a vehicle for semi-permanent insecticidal and fungicidal coatings on bookbindings and book cases
Journal of documentation
, vol. 
9
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157
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168
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Hughes, A. W. McKenny. Protection of books and records from insects. Indian archives, 7:41-43 (Jan.-June, 1953). Author is principal scientific officer, Department of Entomology, British Museum.
Protection of books and records from insects
Indian archives
, vol. 
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41
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43
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Kishore, Ranbir and O. P. Goel. Preservation of pencil writing. Indian archives, 6: 34-35 (Jan.-Dec., 1952).
Preservation of pencil writing
Indian archives
, vol. 
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34
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35
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Kremer, Alvin W. The preservation of wood pulp publications. College and research libraries, 15:205-209 (Apr., 1954). Describes the sizing, silking, tissue, lamination, and "print transfer" processes.
The preservation of wood pulp publications
College and research libraries
, vol. 
15
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205
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209
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Labarre, E. J. Dictionary and encyclopaedia of paper and papermaking, with equivalents of the technical terms in French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish & Swedish. 2d ed., rev. and enl. Amsterdam, Swets & Zeitlinger, 1952. 488 p. Also published in London by the Oxford University Press. Includes a bibliography, p. xi-xx.
Dictionary and encyclopaedia of paper and papermaking, with equivalents of the technical terms in French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish & Swedish
pg. 
488
 
Langwell, W. H. The permanence of paper records. Library Association, Record, 55:212-215 (July, 1953). Relates to the embrittlement of paper and its causes: the presence of metallic impurities in the paper, together with the presence of sulphurous impurities in the atmosphere. See also 14, 333. VII. Arrangement and Description of Records and Historical Manuscripts, Including Published Finding Aids A. General Discussion
The permanence of paper records. Library Association
Record
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Askling, John. Words at work. Library journal, 78:1879-1882 (Nov. 1, 1953). An article on indexing techniques.
Words at work
Library journal
, vol. 
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East, Sherrod. Describable item cataloging. American archivist, 16:291-304 (Oct., 1953). Describes the cataloging system employed in the Departmental Records Branch of the Adjutant General's Office.
Describable item cataloging
American archivist
, vol. 
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291
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304
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Gull, C. D. Alphabetic subject indexes and coordinate indexes: an experimental comparison. College and research libraries, 14:276-281 (July, 1953). Published also as Technical report no. 5, by Documentation, Inc., Washington, D. C.
Alphabetic subject indexes and coordinate indexes: an experimental comparison
College and research libraries
, vol. 
14
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276
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Jillson, Willard R. The indexing of historical materials. American archivist, 16:251-257 (July, 1953). A paper read at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Lexington, Ky., October 27, 1952.
The indexing of historical materials
American archivist
, vol. 
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251
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Taube, Mortimer. Studies in coordinate indexing, by Mortimer Taube and associates. [Washington, D. C] Documentation, Inc., 1953. 110 p. Contents. — Theory and practice of documentation; The functional approach to bibliographic organization; Specificity in subject headings and coordinate indexing; Unit terms in coordinate indexing; The choice of terms for a uniterm coordinate index; Alphabetic subject indexes and uniterm coordinate indexes; Classification and categorization in information systems; Logical structure of coordinate indexing; Substitutes for the card catalog; Evaluation of information systems for report utilization. See also 334-335. B. United States in General and Federal Government
Studies in coordinate indexing, by Mortimer Taube and associates
pg. 
110
 
Bureau of Railway Economics, Washington, D. C. Library. Railroads in defense and war, a bibliography. Comp. by Helen R. Richardson, reference librarian. Washington, D. C., 1953. 262 p. A bibliography covering the period 1828-1953, and listing a few items in the National Archives and a few manuscript items in other repositories. International in scope.
Burr, Nelson R. Sources for the study of American church history in the Library of Congress. Church history, 22:227-238 (Sept., 1953). Describes published materials, manuscript materials, and photographic reproductions of foreign archival materials.
Sources for the study of American church history in the Library of Congress
Church history
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227
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Eastin, Roy B. Central indexing and distribution of U. S. Government documents. College and research libraries, 15:33-37 (Jan., 1954).
Central indexing and distribution of U. S. Government documents
College and research libraries
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Eaton, Dorothy S. A voyage of "ffisshinge and Discovvery." Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 10:181-184 (Aug., 1953). This "contemporary copy of the commission authorizing the voyage [to the newly founded colony at Jamestown], given to John Cornelis, Samuel Argall, and Robert Tyndall by the Council of Virginia in London on April 2, 1609," is the first contemporary manuscript bearing on the Jamestown settlement that the Library has acquired in nearly a century and a quarter.
A voyage of "ffisshinge and Discovvery." Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
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10
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181
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184
)
Eaton, Vincent L. The American Academy of Arts and Letters Collection. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 10:190-193 (Aug., 1953). Describes a collection of more than 400 manuscripts recently deposited in the Library of Congress. The collection includes letters by most of the major nineteenth century American and British authors and its coverage extends also to statesmen, artists, musicians, scientists, and inventors.
The American Academy of Arts and Letters Collection. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
10
 (pg. 
190
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193
)
Fenton, William N. Calendar of manuscript materials relating to the history of the Six Nations, or Iroquois Indians, in depositories outside of Philadelphia, 1750-1850. American Philosophical Society, Proceedings, 97:578-595 (1953).
Calendar of manuscript materials relating to the history of the Six Nations, or Iroquois Indians, in depositories outside of Philadelphia, 1750-1850
, vol. 
97
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578
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595
)
Kahn, Herman. World War II and its background: research materials at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and policies concerning their use. American archivist, 17:149-162 (Apr., 1954). A paper read at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in Chicago, December 29, 1953. Also published separately by the National Archives (1954. 12 p.).
World War II and its background: research materials at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and policies concerning their use
American archivist
, vol. 
17
 (pg. 
149
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162
)
Kirkpatrick, L. H. Public document charges. Library journal, 79:733-735 (Apr. 15, 1954). Relates to the billing of depository libraries for postal charges for United States Government documents received by them.
Public document charges
Library journal
, vol. 
79
 (pg. 
733
-
735
)
Land, Robert H. The Shelby Family Papers. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 11:140-153 (May, 1954). Describes the papers (1738-1865) of Isaac Shelby (1750-1826) and his family, recently deposited in the Library of Congress.
The Shelby Family Papers. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
11
 (pg. 
140
-
153
)
Lodolini, Elio. Gli "inventari preliminari" dell'Archivio Nazionale degli Stati Uniti. Archivi, ser. 2, 20:184-194 (1953).
Gli "inventari preliminari" dell'Archivio Nazionale degli Stati Uniti
Archivi
, vol. 
20
 (pg. 
184
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194
)
Lurie, Edward. Some manuscript resources in the history of nineteenth century American science. Isis, 44:363-370 (Dec., 1953).
Some manuscript resources in the history of nineteenth century American science
Isis
, vol. 
44
 (pg. 
363
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370
)
McFarland, Marvin W. The papers of Ira C. Eaker. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 11:63-68 (Feb., 1954). Describes the papers of General Eaker, which have been recently deposited in the Library of Congress.
The papers of Ira C. Eaker. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
11
 (pg. 
63
-
68
)
Moolman, H. M. Archival research in the United States: a South African's mission. American archivist, 17:135-140 (Apr., 1954). The author, director of the Union of South Africa Government Information Office, describes the search of Dr. C. F. J. Muller of the University of South Africa for source materials in the United States relating to South Africa. Reprinted, with slight changes, from South African-American Survey, 1953-54. "The project aims at supplementing the South African Government archives, by microfilm or other copies of material of historical interest relating to South Africa."
Archival research in the United States: a South African's mission
American archivist
, vol. 
17
 (pg. 
135
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140
)
Morton, Louis. The bibliography of a defeat: the search for records on the loss of the Philippines. American archivist, 16:195-212 (July, 1953). An abridgment of the bibliographical chapter entitled "The sources" in the volume entitled The fall of the Philippines, in the series The U. S. Army in World War II in preparation by the Office of the Chief of Military History, Department of the Army.
The bibliography of a defeat: the search for records on the loss of the Philippines
American archivist
, vol. 
16
 (pg. 
195
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212
)
Thalken, Thomas T. The papers of Charles Evans Hughes. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 11:1-6 (Nov., 1953).
The papers of Charles Evans Hughes. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
11
 (pg. 
1
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6
)
Ullman, Morris B. The indexing and distribution of Census publications. College and research libraries, 15:37-42 (Jan., 1954).
The indexing and distribution of Census publications
College and research libraries
, vol. 
15
 (pg. 
37
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42
)
U. S. Commission of Fine Arts. Art and government; report to the President … on activities of the Federal Government in the field of art. Washington, 1953. 141 p. A description of records in the National Archives relating to Federal Government activities affecting art appears on p. 46-50.
U. S. Federal Records Center, St. Louis, Mo. Personnel records of the Department of Justice. St. Louis, Mo., 1954. 44 1. (Reference Service Branch, Monograph no. 6).
U. S. Federal Records Center, St. Louis, Mo. Personnel records of the Department of State. St. Louis, Mo., 1954. 56 1. (Reference Service Branch, Monograph no. 7).
U. S. Library of Congress. Annual reports on acquisitions: manuscripts. Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 11:155-179 (May, 1954).
U. S. Library of Congress. Kansas and Nebraska, centennial of the Territories, 1854-1954; an exhibition in the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., February 3, 1954, to April 26, 1954. Published in cooperation with the Kansas Territorial Centennial Committee and the Nebraska Territorial Centennial Commission. Washington, 1954. 71 p. Catalog of the exhibition, which included items lent by the National Archives.
U. S. Library of Congress. Louisiana Purchase Sesquicentennial, 1803-1953; an exhibition in the Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., September 11, 1953, to December 31, 1953. Washington, 1953. 47 p.
U. S. National Archives. The map collection in the National Archives. [Washington, 1954] Folder. A brief description of the holdings of the Cartographic Records Branch, which comprise about 800,000 different maps, of which about 500,000 are manuscript or annotated.
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the cartographic records of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace (Record Group 256). Comp. by James Berton Rhoads. Washington, 1954. 11 p. (Preliminary inventory, no. 68).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of certain Committees of the House of Representatives investigating the disposal of surplus property, 1946-48 (Record Group 233). Comp. by George P. Perros. Washington, 1954. 21 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 65).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering (Record Group 54). Comp. by Harold T. Pinkett. Washington, 1954. 49 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 66).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the regional offices of the National Resources Planning Board (Record Group 187). Comp. by Virgil E. Baugh. Washington, 1954. 47 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 64).
U. S. National Archives. Preliminary inventory of the records of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives to Investigate Air Accidents, 1941-43 (Record Group 233). Comp. by George P. Perros. Washington, 1954. 13 p. (Preliminary inventory no. 67).
U. S. National Archives. Select list of documents in the records of the National Recovery Administration (Record Group 9). Comp. by Homer L. Calkin and Meyer H. Fishbein. Washington, 1954. 190 p. (Special lists, no. 12).
Where do manuscripts go? Manuscripts, 6:100-105 (Winter, 1954). Notes on recent acquisitions by some of the institutional members of the Manuscript Society.
Wilcox, Jerome K. New guides and aids to public documents use, 1949-1952. Special libraries, 45:29-36 (Jan., 1954). Guides to published Federal and State documents are listed on p. 32-35.
New guides and aids to public documents use, 1949-1952
Special libraries
, vol. 
45
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29
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36
)
Wood, Richard G. The National Archives as an institution for historical research. West Virginia history, 14:118-125 (Jan., 1954). See also 101, 279, 282, 285-286, 289, 296-297, 301-302, 311. C. State and Local
The National Archives as an institution for historical research
West Virginia history
, vol. 
14
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118
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125
)
Adams, Thomas R. The Samuel J. Randall Papers. Pennsylvania history, 21: 45-54 (Jan., 1954). Describes the papers of Samuel J. Randall (1828-90), Congressman from Philadelphia, which are now in the University of Pennsylvania Library.
The Samuel J. Randall Papers
Pennsylvania history
, vol. 
21
 (pg. 
45
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54
)
Babb, James T. Collecting Western Americana. American Antiquarian Society, Proceedings, 63:24-36 (1953). A paper read before the semi-annual meeting held in Boston, April 15, 1953. Relates chiefly to the William Robertson Coe Collection of Western Americana at Yale University.
Collecting Western Americana. American Antiquarian Society
Proceedings
, vol. 
63
 (pg. 
24
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36
)
Brown, Vernon L. Numismatics in the field of business Americana. Manuscripts, 6, no. 1:6-11 (Fall, 1953). Describes the Chase National Bank's Museum of Monies of the World. The Museum's holdings include manuscript material.
Numismatics in the field of business Americana
Manuscripts
, vol. 
6
 (pg. 
6
-
11
)
California. University. Bancroft Library. Guides to the manuscript collections. [no.] 1- [Berkeley, 1953-] 1. A guide to the Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo documentos para la historia de California, 1780-1875, by Doris Marion Wright. 1953. 264 p.
Cobb, Gwendolin B. Bancroft Library microfilm: Portugal and her empire. Hispanic American historical review, 34: [114-125] (Feb., 1954). A description and list of Portuguese films in the Bancroft Library microfilm collection. The films, acquired under a grant from the State of California, consist of "general documentation relating to Brazil, and to some extent to other Portuguese colonies, heavily concentrated between the late sixteenth and the early eighteenth centuries."
Bancroft Library microfilm: Portugal and her empire
Hispanic American historical review
, vol. 
34
 (pg. 
114
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125
)
Eastburn, Walter N. The newest set of signers. Manuscripts, 6, no. 1:17-21 (Fall, 1953).
The newest set of signers
Manuscripts
, vol. 
6
 (pg. 
17
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21
)
Greene, Evarts B. and Richard B. Morris. A guide to the principal sources for early American history (1600-1800) in the city of New York. 2d ed., rev. by Richard B. Morris. New York, Columbia University Press, 1953. 400 p.
A guide to the principal sources for early American history (1600-1800) in the city of New York
pg. 
400
 
Griffin, Lloyd W. The John Pendleton Kennedy manuscripts. Maryland historical magazine, 48:327-336 (Dec., 1953). Describes a collection in the Library of the Peabody Institute in Baltimore, comprising the papers of John Pendleton Kennedy (1795-1870), who served in legislatures of both Maryland and the United States and was Secretary of the Navy at the time of Perry's expedition to Japan.
The John Pendleton Kennedy manuscripts
Maryland historical magazine
, vol. 
48
 (pg. 
327
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336
)
Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Baker Library. Archives bibliography no 1. 1953. 18 p. A list of publications by and about the Library, relating to its acquisitions, holdings, classification schemes, and special collections.
Kane, Lucille M. The autograph collection. Minnesota history, 33:298-300 (Autumn, 1953). Describes the autograph collection of the Minnesota Historical Society.
The autograph collection
Minnesota history
, vol. 
33
 (pg. 
298
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300
)
Lopez, Jeanne B. The Louis Wiley Collection. University of Rochester, Library, Bulletin, 9:4-11 (Autumn, 1953). Describes the Library's collection of the papers of Louis Wiley, business manager of the New York Times, 1906-35.
The Louis Wiley Collection. University of Rochester, Library
Bulletin
, vol. 
9
 (pg. 
4
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11
)
Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans. Louisiana Purchase, an exhibition prepared by Louisiana State Museum in co-operation with the Louisiana Landmarks Society [in] the Cabildo, New Orleans. [New Orleans, Louisiana Landmarks Society] 1953. 96 p.
Lovett, Robert W. Business manuscripts in Baker Library; the Pierson Collection: life in an early company town; the Rockport Granite Company Collection. Business Historical Society, Bulletin, 27:260-263 (Dec., 1953). Describes records of Pierson & Company, dealers in iron and makers of nails and screws, at Ramapo, N. Y., and of the Rockport Granite Company of Rockport, Mass.
Business manuscripts in Baker Library; the Pierson Collection: life in an early company town; the Rockport Granite Company Collection. Business Historical Society
Bulletin
, vol. 
27
 (pg. 
260
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263
)
Metzdorf, Robert F. Manuscripts at Yale. Manuscripts, 6:81-85 (Winter, 1954). Describes some of the manuscript holdings of the Yale University Library.
Manuscripts at Yale
Manuscripts
, vol. 
6
 (pg. 
81
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85
)
Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library. Guide to the manuscript collections in the William L. Clements Library. Comp. by William S. Ewing. 2d ed. Ann Arbor, 1953. 548 p.
Norton, Margaret C. The resources of the Illinois State Archives. Illinois libraries, 36:33-41 (Jan., 1954).
The resources of the Illinois State Archives
Illinois libraries
, vol. 
36
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33
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41
)
Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. Library. Guide to the manuscript collections in the Library of the Society. By Elizabeth C. Biggert, Manuscripts Librarian. Columbus, 1953. 153 p. Describes collections received through 1950, and includes a "title list" of the outstanding collections acquired during 1951 and 1952. Arrangement is alphabetical by title of collection.
Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Italian manuscripts in the Pierpont Morgan Library; descriptive survey of the principal illuminated manuscripts of the sixth to sixteenth centuries, with a selection of important letters and documents. Catalogue compiled by Meta Harrsen and George K. Boyce; with an introd. by Bernard Berenson. New York, 1953. 79 p.
Pratt, Harry E. Lincolniana in the Illinois State Historical Library. Illinois State Historical Society, Journal, 46:373-400 (Winter, 1953).
Lincolniana in the Illinois State Historical Library. Illinois State Historical Society
Journal
, vol. 
46
 (pg. 
373
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400
)
Russell, John R. The William E. Werner Collection. University of Rochester, Library, Bulletin, 9:21-28 (Winter, 1954). Describes the Library's collection of books and manuscripts of Judge William E. Werner (1855-1916).
The William E. Werner Collection. University of Rochester, Library
Bulletin
, vol. 
9
 (pg. 
21
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28
)
Smith, Dwight L. The problem of the historic Indian in the Ohio Valley: the historian's view. Ohio State archaeological and historical quarterly, 63:172-180 (April, 1954). Includes mention of library and archival materials and collections.
The problem of the historic Indian in the Ohio Valley: the historian's view
Ohio State archaeological and historical quarterly
, vol. 
63
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172
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180
)
Snyderman, George S. Preliminary survey of American Indian manuscripts in repositories of the Philadelphia area. American Philosophical Society, Proceedings, 97:596-610 (1953).
Preliminary survey of American Indian manuscripts in repositories of the Philadelphia area. American Philosophical Society
Proceedings
, vol. 
97
 (pg. 
596
-
610
)
Stanford University. Hoover Institute and Library on War, Revolution, and Peace. The Hoover Library collection on Russia. By Witold S. Sworakowski. [Stanford] Stanford University Press [1954] 42 p. (Collection survey no. 1). Neither a bibliography nor merely a list of the materials within the collection, but a topical and chronological description of holdings, with an attempt to evaluate the collection for research purposes. Includes description of manuscript materials.
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Peace Collection. Checklist of the Jane Addams papers. [n. p., n. d.] 4 1.
Wade, Louise C. The Graham Taylor collection. Newberry Library, Bulletin, 3:109-121 (Oct., 1953). Describes the papers, recently presented to the Newberry Library, of Graham Taylor (1851-1938), founder of the Chicago Commons Settlement House.
The Graham Taylor collection. Newberry Library
Bulletin
, vol. 
3
 (pg. 
109
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121
)
West Virginia. University. Division of Documents. Fifth report, 1952-1953. Collection of West Virginia history. Morgantown, 1953. 45 p. (Bulletin, ser. 54, no. 4-3).
[Wisconsin. State Historical Society] Accessions, manuscripts. Wisconsin magazine of history, 37:62-64 (Autumn, 1953). Lists over 40 groups of records received in the Society's labor history collection. See also 40, 121, 129, 134-135, 280, 295, 299, 300, 337-340, 347. D. Foreign Countries
Atiya, A. S. The Codex Arabicus of Mt. Sinai. Indian archives, 7:1-2 (Jan.-June, 1953). Describes the tri-lingual quintuple palimpsest discovered by the Library of Congress-University of Alexandria Mount Sinai Expedition. It may be contemporary with the fourth century Greek Codex Sinaiticus, or even earlier.
The Codex Arabicus of Mt. Sinai
Indian archives
, vol. 
7
 (pg. 
1
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2
)
Canada. Public Archives. Manuscript Division. Inventaire provisoire. Fonds des manuscrits no. 2, Archives de la Marine; no. 3, Archives Nationales; no. 4, Archives de la Guerre, Paris. [Ottawa, 1953] 34 p.
Canada. Public Archives. Manuscript Division. Preliminary inventory. Record group 1, Executive Council, Canada, 1764-1867. [Ottawa, 1953] 28 p.
Canada. Public Archives. Manuscript Division. Preliminary inventory. Record group 4, Civil and Provincial Secretaries' offices, Canada East, 1760-1867. Record group 5, Civil and Provincial Secretaries' offices, Canada West, 1788-1867. [Ottawa, 1953] 25 p.
Char, S. V. Desika. The First Indian Law Commission. Indian archives, 7: 48-51 (Jan.-June, 1953). Describes the Commission and its records, very few of which are extant.
The First Indian Law Commission
Indian archives
, vol. 
7
 (pg. 
48
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51
)
Exhibitions in Coronation year. Archives, 2, no. 10:70-73 (Michaelmas, 1953).
Gifford, Daphne H. The coronation in the public records. Archives, 2, no. 10: 65-69 (Michaelmas, 1953). Describes the Exhibition of Coronation Records in the Public Record Office.
The coronation in the public records
Archives
, vol. 
2
 (pg. 
65
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69
)
Hepworth, Philip and Mary Grace. Local archives of Great Britain: VIII. The Norwich Central Library. Archives, 2, no. 10:86-93 (Michaelmas, 1953).
Local archives of Great Britain: VIII. The Norwich Central Library
Archives
, vol. 
2
 (pg. 
86
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93
)
Historical manuscripts. London. University. Institute of Historical Research, Bulletin, 26:231-237 (Nov., 1953). Lists (1) accessions of manuscripts reported by public or corporate body repositories; (2) migrations of manuscripts by sale or change of private ownership.
Kelley, A. R. The archives of the Church of England in the Diocese of Quebec. Bulletin des recherches historiques, 49:91-104 (Apr.-June, 1953).
The archives of the Church of England in the Diocese of Quebec
Bulletin des recherches historiques
, vol. 
49
 (pg. 
91
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104
)
Laguía, César T. Catálogo de los pergaminos, y documentos insertos en ellos, existentes en el Archivo de la S. I. Catedral de Teruel. Teruel, 1953. 421 p.
Catálogo de los pergaminos, y documentos insertos en ellos, existentes en el Archivo de la S. I. Catedral de Teruel
pg. 
421
 
Meilink-Roelofsz, M. A. P. A survey of archives in the Netherlands pertaining to the history of the Netherlands Antilles. De West-Indische Gids, 35:1-38 (Apr., 1954).
A survey of archives in the Netherlands pertaining to the history of the Netherlands Antilles
De West-Indische Gids
, vol. 
35
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1
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38
)
Mexico (City) Museo Nacional de Historia. Catálogo de los fondos del Centro de Documentación del Museo Nacional de Historia, en el Castillo de Chapultepec. Catalogación por Berta Ulloa Ortiz. México, 1952. 62 p.
New Zealand. Internal Affairs Department. Archives Division. A guide to the Dominion Archives. Wellington, 1953. 27 p.
New Zealand. Internal Affairs Department. Archives Division. Preliminary inventory no. 2. Archives of the New Zealand Company. Wellington, 1953. 16 p.
New Zealand. Internal Affairs Department. Archives Division. Preliminary inventory no. 3. Archives of the Army Department. Wellington, 1953. 16 p.
Saletore, B. A. Mediaeval Hindu archives. Indian archives, 7:3-7 (Jan.-June, 1953). Describes early stone inscriptions. See also 94, 151, 154, 180-181, 215, 279, 285-286, 288, 295, 302, 322. VIII. Application of Photographic Processes to Work With Records and Historical Manuscripts
Mediaeval Hindu archives
Indian archives
, vol. 
7
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3
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7
)
Beal, Edwin G. Microfilmed archives of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 11: 7-11 (Nov., 1953).
Microfilmed archives of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
11
 (pg. 
7
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11
)
Bennett, Archibald F. The record copying program of the Utah Genealogical Society. American archivist, 16:227-232 (July, 1953). A paper read at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Lexington, Kentucky, October 28, 1952. Describes the extensive microcopying program of the Society.
The record copying program of the Utah Genealogical Society
American archivist
, vol. 
16
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227
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232
)
Board on Resources of American Libraries. Cooperative Committee on Microfilm Projects. Proposed statement of principles to guide large scale acquisition and preservation of library materials on microfilm. College and research libraries, 14:288-291, 302 (July, 1953).
Born, Lester K. Annual reports on acquisitions: microreproduction. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 11:41-45 (Nov., 1953). A report on developments in policy and practice and a summary of significant acquisitions in microfilm, by the Coordinator of Microreproduction Projects.
Annual reports on acquisitions: microreproduction. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
11
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41
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45
)
Brown, W. Burlie. Microfilm and the historian. Mississippi Valley historical review, 40:513-518 (Dec., 1953). A discussion of major finding aids to the existence of microfilmed materials of interest to the historian in the United States.
Microfilm and the historian
Mississippi Valley historical review
, vol. 
40
 (pg. 
513
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518
)
Clapp, Verner W. Standards in photographic reproduction of documents. Library of Congress, Information bulletin, 12:12-13 (May 25, 1953). Relates to activities of the American Standards Association and the International Standards Organization.
Standards in photographic reproduction of documents. Library of Congress
Information bulletin
, vol. 
12
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12
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13
)
Clark, Kenneth W. Checklist of manuscripts in St. Catharine's Monastery, Mount Sinai, microfilmed for the Library of Congress, 1950. Prepared under the direction of Kenneth W. Clark, general editor of the Mount Sinai Expedition, 1949-50. Washington, Library of Congress, 1952. 53 p.
Clark, Kenneth W. Checklist of manuscripts in the libraries of the Greek and Armenian Patriarchates in Jerusalem, microfilmed for the Library of Congress, 1949-50. Prepared under the direction of Kenneth W. Clark, director and general editor of the Jerusalem Expedition, 1949-50. Washington, Library of Congress, 1953. 44 p.
Correlation of forms of microtext for library use. College and research libraries, 14:298-302 (July, 1953). A consideration of the problems raised by the production of microtext in two basically different forms, microfilm and micropaper, with further variation within each form as to manner of production and shape, sizes, and page arrangements.
Dowd, David L. The French Departmental Archives and the Fulbright microfilm project. American archivist, 16:241-249 (July, 1953).
The French Departmental Archives and the Fulbright microfilm project
American archivist
, vol. 
16
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241
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249
)
Erickson, Edgar L. General program of the Committee on Documentary Reproduction, American Historical Association. College and research libraries, 14: 303-306, 316 (July, 1953). A paper read at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association, Washington, D. C., December 29, 1952.
General program of the Committee on Documentary Reproduction, American Historical Association
College and research libraries
, vol. 
14
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303
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306
)
Frontard, R. Present position and prospects of international standardization in the field of microcopying. Unesco bulletin for libraries, 8, no. 5-6: E i - E ix (May-June, 1954). The author, Administrative Director, French Association for Standardization, discusses the current work of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as regards microcopying. ISO has thus far published no formally approved recommendation on the subject of micro-copying.
Present position and prospects of international standardization in the field of microcopying
Unesco bulletin for libraries
, vol. 
8
 (pg. 
E i
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E ix
)
Gupta, R. C. Recent developments in microreproduction. Indian archives, 7: 44-47 (Jan.-June, 1953).
Recent developments in microreproduction
Indian archives
, vol. 
7
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44
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47
)
Gupta, R. C. A review of developments in microphotography. Indian archives, 6:30-33 (Jan.-Dec., 1952).
A review of developments in microphotography
Indian archives
, vol. 
6
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30
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33
)
Harkins, William G., Fred L. Dimock, and Mary E. Hanson. Microfilm in university libraries: a report. College and research libraries, 14:307-316 (July, 1953). A report to the American Library Association's Serials Committee by Subcommittee C, attempting the "evaluation of the acceptance of microfilm by the clientele of college, university, and research libraries."
Microfilm in university libraries: a report
College and research libraries
, vol. 
14
 (pg. 
307
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316
)
International Federation for Documentation. Manual on document reproduction and selection. Pts. 1 and 2. The Hague, 1953. 2 vols. An attempted comprehensive survey of the many devices and processes for the "reproduction and selection of study and research documents." The Manual, to be kept up to date by loose-leaf supplements, is composed of short introductory articles for each special type of reproduction and selection, followed, as the case may be, by illustrations and a bibliography, by a survey of apparatus and producing firms, and by announcements supplied by some firms concerning their products. Text in French and English.
Manuscripta; the Knights of Columbus Foundation Vatican Manuscripts Depository at Saint Louis University. Vol. 1, no. 1. April 1, 1954. 15 p. A publication intended to serve as a medium for disseminating information concerning the Depository, to be published approximately quarterly. Lists the codices available on microfilm, April 1, 1954, p. 3-15.
Microfilm Clearing House. Bulletin no. 32. Microcopies of U. S. Government Publications. Library of Congress, Information bulletin, 13, no. 9, Appendix. 2 p. (Mar. 1, 1954). Lists various series of Federal documents now available currently on microfilm, microcards, and microprint.
Microfilm notices. Mississippi Valley historical review, 40:593-595 (Dec., 1953). Inaugurates a new section of this journal, designed to keep readers currently informed on historical materials available on microfilm.
Power, Eugene G. Employment of sheet film for newspaper clippings. Special libraries, 45:111-114 (Mar., 1954). Describes a procedure for converting "morgue files" to microfilm.
Employment of sheet film for newspaper clippings
Special libraries
, vol. 
45
 (pg. 
111
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114
)
Society of American Archivists. Committee on State Archives. Report on status, microfilming of court records in various States. [n. p., 1953] 2, 8 1. Prepared by Dolores C. Renze, Archivist of Colorado.
Toth, Margaret K. Microphotography in the Library. University of Rochester, Library, Bulletin, 9:12-17 (Autumn, 1953). Describes microcopy holdings in the University of Rochester Library.
Microphotography in the Library. University of Rochester, Library
Bulletin
, vol. 
9
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12
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17
)
U. S. National Archives. List of National Archives microfilm publications, 1953. Washington, 1953. 98 p. Supersedes the List of file microcopies of the National Archives published in 1950.
Uyehara, Cecil H., comp. Checklist of archives in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo, Japan, 1868-1945; microfilmed for the Library of Congress, 1949-1951. Comp. by Cecil H. Uyehara under the direction of Edwin G. Beal. Washington, Library of Congress, 1954. 262 p. Lists 2,116 reels of microfilm, reproducing more than 2 million pages.
Checklist of archives in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Verry, H. R. Colour response in document reproduction processes. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 4:43-45 (Aug., 1953).
Colour response in document reproduction processes
O & M bulletin
, vol. 
8
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43
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45
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V[erry] H. R. The cost of microfilm. O & M bulletin, 8, no. 5:34-39 (Oct., 1953).
The cost of microfilm
O & M bulletin
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8
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34
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39
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Verry, H. R. Photocopying and duplicating processes. Aslib proceedings, 5:313-315 (Nov., 1953). See also 22-23, 29, 53, 63, 66, 70, 94, 110, 135, 204, 215, 239. IX. Service, Use, and Publication of Records and Historical Manuscripts
Photocopying and duplicating processes
Aslib proceedings
, vol. 
5
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313
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315
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Adam, Herbert. How to take care of your autographs. Manuscripts, 6, no. 1: 38-39 (Fall, 1953).
How to take care of your autographs
Manuscripts
, vol. 
6
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38
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39
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American Catholic Historical Association. Committee on the John Carroll Papers. Report. Catholic historical review, 40:51-52 (April, 1954). The Committee is working, with the endorsement of the National Historical Publications Commission, on a project to publish the papers of John Carroll.
Beale, Howard K. The professional historian: his theory and his practice. Pacific historical review, 22:227-255 (Aug., 1953). Includes discussion of the matter of availability of official records and the value of "official history."
The professional historian: his theory and his practice
Pacific historical review
, vol. 
22
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227
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255
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Browne, Henry J. An appeal for archives in institutions of higher learning. American archivist, 16:213-226 (July, 1953). Reprinted, with slight changes, from Discipline and integration in the Catholic college, ed. by Roy J. Deferrari (Washington, D. C., Catholic University of America Press, 1952).
An appeal for archives in institutions of higher learning
American archivist
, vol. 
16
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213
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226
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Dater, Henry M. Needed — the history of American aviation. Military affairs, 17:191-194 (Winter, 1953). Includes a discussion of the importance of laying the "documentary foundations" so that the materials necessary for the writing of the history of aviation will be available.
Needed — the history of American aviation
Military affairs
, vol. 
17
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191
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194
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Farrell, John T. An abandoned approach to Philippine history: John R. M. Taylor and the Philippine Insurrection records. Catholic historical review, 39:385-407 (Jan., 1954). Discusses Taylor's unpublished narrative history in the records of the Bureau of Insular Affairs in the National Archives.
An abandoned approach to Philippine history: John R. M. Taylor and the Philippine Insurrection records
Catholic historical review
, vol. 
39
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385
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407
)
Fifer, C. N. Editing Boswell: a search for letters. Manuscripts, 6, no. 1:2-5 (Fall, 1953). A note on problems faced in compiling and editing a complete correspondence.
Editing Boswell: a search for letters
Manuscripts
, vol. 
6
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2
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5
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Greenfield, Kent R. The historian and the Army. New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press, 1954. 93 p. The Brown and Haley Lectures, 1953, given at the College of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash. Ch. 1, "An adventure in contemporary history," p. 3-14, discusses some of the problems and techniques involved in the writing of contemporary official history.
The historian and the Army
pg. 
93
 
Hamilton, J. G. de Roulhac. History in the South—a retrospect of half a century. North Carolina historical review, 31:173-181 (April, 1954). Includes a brief summary of activities in the collection and preservation of archives and manuscripts.
History in the South—a retrospect of half a century
North Carolina historical review
, vol. 
31
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173
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181
)
Hazard, Samuel. The archives of Pennsylvania: a glimpse at an editor's problems. Edited by William B. Hesseltine and Larry Gara. Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography, 77:328-331 (July, 1953). The edited text of a letter from Hazard to Lyman C. Draper, August 23, 1851, relating to the former's plans for editing the Pennsylvania archives.
The archives of Pennsylvania: a glimpse at an editor's problems
Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography
, vol. 
77
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328
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331
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Herzog, L. W. Romance in abstract of title. Wisconsin magazine of history, 37: 11-13 (Autumn, 1953). Describes types of information that may be found in abstracts of title.
Romance in abstract of title
Wisconsin magazine of history
, vol. 
37
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11
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13
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Historical programs of the Army's Technical Services. Military affairs, 17: 220-222 (Winter, 1953).
Humphrey, Richard. The "official" scholar: a survey of certain research in American foreign policy. Essays in honor of Conyers Read. Edited by Norton Downs. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1953] 304 p., p. 30-51. Describes the development and present (1953) scope of the historical research and publication activities conducted by the Department of State.
Essays in honor of Conyers Read
pg. 
304
 
Kraus, Michael. The writing of American history. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1953] 387 p. A revision of the author's The Writing of American History (New York, 1937). Chapter 5, "Gathering the records — awaiting the national historian," p. 89-107, is a brief summary of early Federal and State projects of documentary publication.
The writing of American history
pg. 
387
 
Lamb, J. P. The report of the Copyright Committee: how it might affect libraries. Library Association record, 54:388-395 (Dec., 1952).
The report of the Copyright Committee: how it might affect libraries
Library Association record
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54
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388
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395
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Maryland. Hall of Records Commission. Buildings of the State of Maryland at Annapolis. By Morris L. Radoff. Annapolis, 1954. 140 p. A "documentary account of the life of public buildings" in Annapolis, 1695 to date, based on contemporary records, chiefly to be found in the Hall of Records.
Middleton, Elizabeth. Essex records as material for study of the English language. Essex review, 63:33-52 (Jan., 1954). To be continued.
Essex records as material for study of the English language
Essex review
, vol. 
63
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33
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52
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Nevins, Allan. New lamps for old in history. American archivist, 17:3-12 (Jan., 1954). A paper read at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists at Dearborn, Mich., September 14, 1953. Reprinted in North Carolina historical review, 31:240-251 (Apr., 1954). Urges that the history of American business be rewritten. See also item 325, below.
New lamps for old in history
American archivist
, vol. 
17
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3
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12
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Shera, Jesse H. Historians, books, and libraries: a survey of historical scholarship in relation to library resources, organization, and services. Cleveland, Western Reserve University Press, 1953. 126 p.
Historians, books, and libraries: a survey of historical scholarship in relation to library resources, organization, and services
pg. 
126
 
Should American history be rewritten? A debate between Allan Nevins and Matthew Josephson. Saturday review, 37, no. 6:7-10, 44-46 (Feb. 6, 1954). Contents: Yes, by Allan Nevins (an article adapted from his address before the Society of American Archivists; see item 323, above); No, by Matthew Josephson.
Smith, Louis C. The copying of literary property in library collections. Law library journal, 46:197-206 (Aug., 1953). Discusses existing law and the problem of the extent to which materials in library collections may be reproduced without violating copyright or the common law literary property right.
The copying of literary property in library collections
Law library journal
, vol. 
46
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197
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206
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Turner, Justin G. Manuscripts and history. [n. p., n. d.] 8 p. An address delivered at the annual meeting of the American Association for State and Local History, Houston, Tex., October 24, 1952, and published in part in Autograph collectors' journal, 5, no. 2:31-33 (Winter, 1953).
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Manual of travelling exhibitions. By Elodie Courter Osborn. [Paris, 1953] III p. (Museums and monuments, V (a)).
U. S. Congress. Senate. Appropriations Committee. Supplemental hearings on Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce appropriations for 1954. Hearings … 83-1. Washington, 1953. 42 p. Includes, p. 24-29, a discussion of the production schedule for the State Department's Foreign relations volumes, with particular reference to publishing the records of the international conferences of World War II and to expediting the program generally.
U. S. President, 1953- (Eisenhower) Executive Order 10501. Safeguarding official information in the interests of the defense of the United States. Federal register, 18:7049, 7051-7054 (Nov. 10, 1953). Text of the order, dated November 5, 1953, effective December 15, 1953.
Wilh, Georg. Die Archive zwischen Vervaltung und Wissenschaft. Der Archivar, 7: cols. 1-12 (Mar., 1954). See also 85, 94, 149, 160, 198, 201, 209, 215-216, 255, 301, 341. X. Special Physical Types of Records and Historical Manuscripts
Die Archive zwischen Vervaltung und Wissenschaft
Der Archivar
, vol. 
7
 
Bender, Charles. Mr. Bender's sad story. Eye to eye, no. 3:9-12 (Dec., 1953). Relates to destruction of certain photographic glass-plate negatives, including some alleged Brady negatives.
Mr. Bender's sad story
Eye to eye
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9
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Breckenridge, James D. Have you looked at your pictures lately? American archivist, 17:25-36 (Jan., 1954). The author, on the staff of Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C., discusses the care, handling, and storage of works of art.
Have you looked at your pictures lately?
American archivist
, vol. 
17
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25
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36
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Conference on International Standards for Film Cataloging, 1953. Summary report of Conference, Whittall Pavilion, Library of Congress, and Congressional Hotel, Washington, D. C., May 11 and 12, 1953. [n. p., n. d.] 34 1. "List of documents and related publications available for inspection and study," 30-31 (chiefly UNESCO documents); "Excerpts from Proceedings, International Film Cataloging Conference, Rochester, N. Y., 1951," 32-34.
Crone, G. R. Notes on the classification, arrangement and cataloguing of a large map collection. Indian archives, 7:8-13 (Jan.-June, 1953). The author is Librarian and Map Curator, Royal Geographical Society Library, London.
Notes on the classification, arrangement and cataloguing of a large map collection
Indian archives
, vol. 
7
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8
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13
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Graphic History Society of America. Society affairs. Eye to eye, no. 2:1-7 (Sept., 1953). Describes the organization and purposes of the newly formed Society, with list of members.
Graphic History Society of America. A survey of picture collections relating to individual States. Eye to eye, no. 2:36-40; no. 3:1-8 (Sept., Dec., 1953). A description and the first installment of a project of the Graphic History Society of America to list the major collections or depositories of pictures devoted to a particular subject or area. The first installment covers Minnesota, North Carolina, and Oregon.
Jenkins, John W. and Harry E. Lichter. Wisconsin today — the contemporary scene in a pictorial record. Eye to eye, no. 3:35-39 (Dec., 1953). The authors, members of the staff of the Museum of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, describe the Society's annual photographic competition, a project undertaken to provide photographic documentation of life in Wisconsin as it is today.
Wisconsin today — the contemporary scene in a pictorial record
Eye to eye
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35
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39
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McDonald, Gerald D. The Mortimer and Anna Neinken collection of antique seals. New York Public Library, Bulletin, 58:159-161 (Apr., 1954). Describes a collection of about 14,000 seals (wax impressions), covering the period ca. 1650 to 1850, now in the Manuscripts Division of the New York Public Library.
The Mortimer and Anna Neinken collection of antique seals. New York Public Library
Bulletin
, vol. 
58
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159
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161
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Newhall, Beaumont. Minnesota daguerreotypes. Minnesota history, 34:28-33 (Spring, 1954). Describes items in Minnesota State Historical Society.
Minnesota daguerreotypes
Minnesota history
, vol. 
34
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28
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33
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Ristow, Walter W. Cartographic exhibits. [n. p., n. d.] 10 p. A discussion of principles and techniques for map exhibits. Reprinted from Surveying and mapping, 14:18-25 (Jan.-Mar., 1954).
Soule, Gardner. Photography and the President. Eye to eye, no. 2:29-36 (Sept., 1953). Describes background and procedures in producing the pictorial biography, This Is Ike (1952).
Photography and the President
Eye to eye
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29
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36
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Special Libraries Association. Geography and Map Division. Map Resources Committee. Map collections in the United States and Canada, a directory. Marie Cleckner Goodman, chairman. New York, 1954. 170 p. A brief description of the holdings of the Cartographic Records Branch of the National Archives is given on p. 34-35.
Taft, Robert. Artists and illustrators of the Old West, 1850-1900. New York, Scribner, 1953. 400 p. "Sources and notes": p. 249-381. Includes a note on the general importance of pictorial records as historical sources, p. 249-252, and material on the illustrators employed by the Pacific Railroad Surveys.
Artists and illustrators of the Old West, 1850-1900
pg. 
400
 
U. S. Library of Congress. Map Division. A guide to historical cartography; a selected, annotated list of references on the history of maps and map making, compiled by Walter W. Ristow and Clara E. LeGear. Washington, 1954. 14 1.
Vanderbilt, Paul. Two photographs of Abraham Lincoln. Library of Congress, Quarterly journal of current acquisitions, 10:185-189 (Aug., 1953). The Library of Congress has been given two original photographic plates showing Lincoln, one of which is an ambrotype made by Calvin Jackson in 1858, the other the negative of the photograph known as "The Universal Lincoln," probably made on Feb. 9, 1864, by Mathew B. Brady, which appears engraved on the United States 5-dollar bill.
Two photographs of Abraham Lincoln. Library of Congress
Quarterly journal of current acquisitions
, vol. 
10
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185
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189
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Van Ravenswaay, Charles. The Missouri Historical Society's photographic collection. Eye to eye, no. 2:8-15 (Sept., 1953). See also 225, 237. XI. The Recruitment and Training of Archivists, Custodians of Manuscripts, and Records Officers
The Missouri Historical Society's photographic collection
Eye to eye
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American University. School of Social Sciences and Public Affairs. Announcement of courses in record and archives administration, 1953-54. Washington, D. C. [n. d.] 7 p.
American University. School of Social Sciences and Public Affairs. Institute on Records Management. [Washington, D. C., 1954] Folder. Describes the Institute on Records Management, June 21 - July 2, 1954.
Briet, S[uzanne]. Rapport à la Commission Mixte de l'Enseignement et du Statut Professionnels des Archivistes des Bibliothèques, des Conservateurs de Musées et des Documentalistes. Review of documentation, 20:49-56 (June, 1953).
Rapport à la Commission Mixte de l'Enseignement et du Statut Professionnels des Archivistes des Bibliothèques, des Conservateurs de Musées et des Documentalistes
Review of documentation
, vol. 
20
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Scufflaire, Andrée. Le stage technique international d'archives, 1952-1953. Archives, biliothèques et musées de Belgique, 24: [3]-12 (1953).
Le stage technique international d'archives, 1952-1953
Archives, biliothèques et musées de Belgique
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