Box 5a

 Container

Contains 7 Results:

MLA ABSTRACTING SURVEY.* Correspondence with various medical societies concerning the abstracting of medical literature, 1947-48. +50 items. More information on Mrs. Cunningham's plan for a new abstracting service may be found in Files 208, 210, 2, 1947 - 1948

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 172
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA ABSTRACTING SURVEY.* Correspondence with various medical societies concerning the abstracting of medical literature, 1947-48. +50 items. More information on Mrs. Cunningham's plan for a new abstracting service may be found in Files 208, 210, 217, 232-34, 242-43, and 264.

Dates: 1947 - 1948

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (I). Correspondence and reports, 1954-56. Several reprints of an article by Dr. R.H. Kampmeier. 26 items, excluding duplicates., 1954 - 1956

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 173
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (I). Correspondence and reports, 1954-56. Several reprints of an article by Dr. R.H. Kampmeier. 26 items, excluding duplicates.

Dates: 1954 - 1956

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (II). Original plans for Medical Union List. Correspondence, 1952-55. Cards containing bibliographic entries. 72 items, including duplicates, excluding cards., 1952 - 1955

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 174
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (II). Original plans for Medical Union List. Correspondence, 1952-55. Cards containing bibliographic entries. 72 items, including duplicates, excluding cards.

Dates: 1952 - 1955

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (III). Correspondence and memoranda, 1950-56. Some material for 1952 duplicates that in previous file. 168 items, including duplicates., 1952 - 1952

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 175
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (III). Correspondence and memoranda, 1950-56. Some material for 1952 duplicates that in previous file. 168 items, including duplicates.

Dates: 1952 - 1952

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (IV). Correspondence and memoranda (1955-56), mostly concerning Mrs. Cunningham's desire to give up the committee chair. 20 items, excluding many duplicates., 1955 - 1956

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 176
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (IV). Correspondence and memoranda (1955-56), mostly concerning Mrs. Cunningham's desire to give up the committee chair. 20 items, excluding many duplicates.

Dates: 1955 - 1956

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (V). Memorandaum to Wilma Troxel, MLA president (April 30, 1955); letter excerpt from Eleanor Johnson to Mrs. Cunningham (1955?), with many duplicates of both items., 1955 - 1955

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 177
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (V). Memorandaum to Wilma Troxel, MLA president (April 30, 1955); letter excerpt from Eleanor Johnson to Mrs. Cunningham (1955?), with many duplicates of both items.

Dates: 1955 - 1955

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (VI). Correspondence and memoranda, 1954-56. 66 items, excluding duplicates., 1954 - 1956

 File — Box: 5a, Folder: 178
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents note

MLA BIBLIOGRAPHY COMMITTEE (VI). Correspondence and memoranda, 1954-56. 66 items, excluding duplicates.

Dates: 1954 - 1956

 

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