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Reference Department correspondence files, 1906, 1927-1980.

Author: University of Virginia. Library. Reference Department.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The collection contains topical files of reference questions answered by Department librarians and routine departmental correspondence. Major topics include Alderman Library, the Association of Research Libraries, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the Southeastern Library Association, and the University of Virginia Medical Center Master plan of 1980.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence (Letters)
Named Person: Fredson Bowers; Julian P Boyd; John Hartwell Cocke; Charles William Dabney; Donald R Haynes; Herbert Pierrepont Houghton; Frances Parkinson Keyes; James Jackson Kilpatrick; Richard Henry Lee; Robert E Lee; Ross Parmenter; Elizabeth Stoddard; Edward L Stone; Christopher Wren, Sir
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: University of Virginia. Library. Reference Department.
OCLC Number: 85823358
Description: approximately 1200 items.

Abstract:

The collection contains topical files of reference questions answered by Department librarians and routine departmental correspondence. Major topics include Alderman Library, the Association of Research Libraries, the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries, the Southeastern Library Association, and the University of Virginia Medical Center Master plan of 1980.

Smaller research topics include Fredson Bowers, Julian Boyd, John Hartwell Cocke, Charles William Dabney, Gothic novels, Donald R. Haynes, H.P. Houghton, Frances Parkinson Keyes, James J. Kilpatrick, Richard Henry Lee, Robert E. Lee, loyalty investigations, Ross Parmenter, Elizabeth Stoddard, Edward L. Stone, the University of Virginia strike and Vietnam Moratorium, women at the University, 1974, and Christopher Wren.

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