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Arthur T. Hamlin papers, 1967-1969.

Author: Arthur T Hamlin
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Files of Hamlin, dealing with the American Library Association's (ALA) aid to Italian libraries to help them restore book manuscripts and other library materials after the 1966 floods in Florence. These papers contain correspondence with American and Italian librarians and related memoranda and reports. In addition there are photographs, clippings, pamphlets, monographs, and serials documenting the flood, its  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photoprints
Named Person: Paul N Banks; E Casamassima; Verner W Clapp; John Charles Finzi; J Lorenz; Foster E Mohrhardt; Peter Waters
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur T Hamlin
OCLC Number: 458424429
Language Note: Material is in English.
Description: 1.5 linear ft. ( 3 boxes)

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Files of Hamlin, dealing with the American Library Association's (ALA) aid to Italian libraries to help them restore book manuscripts and other library materials after the 1966 floods in Florence. These papers contain correspondence with American and Italian librarians and related memoranda and reports. In addition there are photographs, clippings, pamphlets, monographs, and serials documenting the flood, its aftermath and restoration efforts. The chief correspondents are Paul N. Banks, Chairman, Study Committee of Book Conservation, Committee to Rescue Italian Art; Emanuele Casamassima, Director of the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Florence; Verner Clapp, Council on Library Resources; John Charles Finzi, Library of Congress; John Lorenz, Deputy Director, Library of Congress; Foster E. Mohrhardt, President, ALA; Peter Waters, a preservation specialist.

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