Box 4b

 Container

Contains 11 Results:

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Correspondence with Luther Evans (Librarian) and other members of the Library of Congress staff, 1950-52. Also resumes and application forms, including one for ERC. 25 items. See also File 254.U.S. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, 1950 - 1952

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 158
Identifier: 01
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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Correspondence with Luther Evans (Librarian) and other members of the Library of Congress staff, 1950-52. Also resumes and application forms, including one for ERC. 25 items. See also File 254.U.S. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Dates: 1950 - 1952

LUDDINGTON, FLORA BELL. Chairman, ALA International Relations Board. Correspondence, 1950-55. 22 items., 1950 - 1955

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 159
Identifier: 01
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LUDDINGTON, FLORA BELL. Chairman, ALA International Relations Board. Correspondence, 1950-55. 22 items.

Dates: 1950 - 1955

MAKERERE MEDICAL COLLEGE. Kampala, Uganda. Correspondence with Dr. Alexander Galloway and others, 1949-50, concerning a "want list" of periodicals for this library. 28 items., 1949 - 1950

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 160
Identifier: 01
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MAKERERE MEDICAL COLLEGE. Kampala, Uganda. Correspondence with Dr. Alexander Galloway and others, 1949-50, concerning a "want list" of periodicals for this library. 28 items.

Dates: 1949 - 1950

MANSON, CLARA. Medical librarian at Stanford [?] Personal correspondence, 1955-63. 3 items., 1955 - 1963

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 161
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MANSON, CLARA. Medical librarian at Stanford [?] Personal correspondence, 1955-63. 3 items.

Dates: 1955 - 1963

MARSHALL, MARY LOUISE [Marie]. Medical librarian at Tulane University, MLA president during World War II, and Mrs. Cunningham's colleague in much committee work. Professional and personal correspondence, 1950-60. One letter ( 1956) contains an interesting, 1950 - 1960

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 162
Identifier: 01
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MARSHALL, MARY LOUISE [Marie]. Medical librarian at Tulane University, MLA president during World War II, and Mrs. Cunningham's colleague in much committee work. Professional and personal correspondence, 1950-60. One letter ( 1956) contains an interesting account of the last days of Dr. Rudolph Matas, and of his history of medicine in Louisiana, on which Miss Marshall collaborated. 41 items.

Dates: 1950 - 1960

METCALF K[EYES] D. Librarian, Harvard University. Correspondence (1943 - 46) regarding Mrs. Cunningham's work with Latin American libraries and development of a classification scheme for the Army Medical Library. 21 items., 1943 - 1946

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 163
Identifier: 01
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METCALF K[EYES] D. Librarian, Harvard University. Correspondence (1943 - 46) regarding Mrs. Cunningham's work with Latin American libraries and development of a classification scheme for the Army Medical Library. 21 items.

Dates: 1943 - 1946

MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence, letters of recommendation, room reservation requests, etc. Most are library related; but there are personal letters from O.C. Carmichael, Karl Mason, Canby Robinson, and others. Organized alphabetically by cor, 1940 - 1959

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 165
Identifier: 01
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MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence, letters of recommendation, room reservation requests, etc. Most are library related; but there are personal letters from O.C. Carmichael, Karl Mason, Canby Robinson, and others. Organized alphabetically by correspondent; dates mostly late 1940's early 1950' s. 237 items.

Dates: 1940 - 1959

MUNTHE, DR. WILHELM. Norwegian librarian and president of the International Federation of Library Associations. Correspondence (two letters are from Mdnthe's wife), 1934-47., 1934 - 1947

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 166
Identifier: 01
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MUNTHE, DR. WILHELM. Norwegian librarian and president of the International Federation of Library Associations. Correspondence (two letters are from Munthe's wife), 1934-47. Letters from the immediate pre-war period are interesting, in light of Mrs. Cunningham's work on German periodicals and the international situation. 12 items

Dates: 1934 - 1947

MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (I). Programs, news clippings, and other memorabilia from annual meetings, 1928-50. +50 items, including duplicates., 1928 - 1950

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 167
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MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (I). Programs, news clippings, and other memorabilia from annual meetings, 1928-50. +50 items, including duplicates.

Dates: 1928 - 1950

MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (II). Committee on International Cooperation. George Peabody College. Correspondence (1954-56) and excerpts from the Peabody College catalogue. 9 items., 1954 - 1956

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 168
Identifier: 01
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MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (II). Committee on International Cooperation. George Peabody College. Correspondence (1954-56) and excerpts from the Peabody College catalogue. 9 items.

Dates: 1954 - 1956

MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (III). General correspondence (1935-48), covering such topics as foreign periodicals, Army Medical Library, MLA Handbook, programs for annual meetings. 62 items., 1935 - 1948

 File — Box: 4b, Folder: 169
Identifier: 01
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MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (III). General correspondence (1935-48), covering such topics as foreign periodicals, Army Medical Library, MLA Handbook, programs for annual meetings. 62 items.

Dates: 1935 - 1948

 

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