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Papers of Julius P. Barclay 1957-1976.

Author: Julius Preston BarclayFranklin GilliamKenneth A LohfWilliam MathesonWard RitchieAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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The "Personal File" of Julius P. Barclay as a rare book librarian and chief of the Department of Special Collections at Stanford University comprises the bulk of the collection. There are also a few letters concerning his hiring as curator of the Rare Books Department at the University of Virginia Library.
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Genre/Form: Professional papers
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Julius Preston Barclay; Franklin Gilliam; Kenneth A Lohf; William Matheson; Ward Ritchie; Ellen Shaffer; Madeleine B Stern; Marjorie Gray Wynne
OCLC Number: 647925142
Description: 150 (ca.) items.
Other Titles: Julius P. Barclay papers

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The "Personal File" of Julius P. Barclay as a rare book librarian and chief of the Department of Special Collections at Stanford University comprises the bulk of the collection. There are also a few letters concerning his hiring as curator of the Rare Books Department at the University of Virginia Library.

Most of the correspondence is with fellow librarians and curators, book dealers or collectors, including Franklin Gilliam, Kenneth A. Lohf, Bill Matheson, Ward Ritchie, Ellen Shaffer, Madeleine Stern, and Marjorie Wynne. A few letters are concerned with his membership in various organizations. Several of the letters have annotations by Barclay identifiying the correspondents.

The collection also contains one folder of research on David Laing.

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