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Papers, 1953-1973.

Author: Roger P Bristol
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence and other papers, relating to Bristol's career at University of Virginia, including his tenure as librarian of School of Engineering and Applied Science, and his interest in modernization of library systems through application of new technologies, particularly use of closed circuit television in the university's library system (1957-1958); together with correspondence, book reviews, source material,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Reviews (Criticism)
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Named Person: Wilson Walker Cowen; Jack Dalton; Charles Evans; Frederick Richmond Goff; Linton R Massey; Marcus A McCorrison; John Cook Wyllie
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Roger P Bristol
OCLC Number: 28409556
Notes: The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the University of Virginia Library (Charlottesville).
Description: 6 ft.
Other Titles: American bibliography (Publication)

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Correspondence and other papers, relating to Bristol's career at University of Virginia, including his tenure as librarian of School of Engineering and Applied Science, and his interest in modernization of library systems through application of new technologies, particularly use of closed circuit television in the university's library system (1957-1958); together with correspondence, book reviews, source material, drafts and proofs of Bristol's work on Supplement to Charles Evans' American Bibliography (1962-1970) and its Index. Correspondents include Walker Cowen, Jack Dalton, Frederick Richmond Goff, Marcus A. McCorrison, Linton R. Massey, and John Cook Wyllie.

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