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Papers of Majorie Dunham Carver 1936-1958.

Author: Marjorie Carver
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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The papers consist of notes, memoranda and reports concerning public documents cataloging and Library of Congress classification.
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Genre/Form: Administrative papers
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Carver
OCLC Number: 647914997
Notes: See The University of Virginia Library, 1825-1950: a story of a Jeffersonian Foundation by Harry Clemons, for more information on Marjorie Carver (Z733.V66 C6 1954).
Description: 140 items.
Other Titles: Majorie Dunham Carver papers

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The papers consist of notes, memoranda and reports concerning public documents cataloging and Library of Congress classification.

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