Preliminary Guide to the Jerry D. Campbell records, 1930-1998 (bulk 1989-1994)
Contains records of the Duke University Library Administration, primarily under Jerry D. Campbell's administration, ca. 1984-1995. Types of materials include subject files, correspondence, minutes, annual reports, budgets, evaluations, contracts, and miscellaneous notes pertaining to the operation and management of the Duke University Libraries since around 1930. Major topics include academic library administration, space utilization, statistics, Jerry D. Campbell, information networks, library cooperation, catalog automation, and budgets. The bulk of materials (A2002-88) are from 1989-1994. English.
- Record Group
- Jerry D. Campbell records
- 1930-1998 (bulk 1989-1994)
- Duke University. Library
- 25 Linear Feet, 35,000 Items
- David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Contains subject files, correspondence, minutes, annual reports, budgets, evaluations, contracts, and miscellaneous notes pertaining to the operation and management of the Duke University Libraries from about 1930-1994. The bulk of materials were created by Jerry D. Campbell's administration, circa 1984-1995.
Access to the Collection
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In off-site storage; 48 hours advance notice required for use.
For a period of twenty-five years from the origin of the material, permission in writing from the office of origin and the University Archivist is required for use. After twenty-five years, records that have been processed may be consulted with the permission of the University Archivist.
Use & Permissions
Copyright for Official University records is held by Duke University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
How to Cite
[Identification of item], Jerry D. Campbell Records, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.
Includes compact shelving, five-year plan, some annual reports
Includes Dean's Council, Arts and Sciences Council
Includes Science Resource Initiative, Provost's Staff
Includes TelCom, Dr. William C. Young/U.S. Department of Education, some TRLN ca. 1990
Includes Fuqua, Law and Medical Libraries, ca. 1989-1994
Includes Librarian's Assembly, Library Development, Recognition Committee
Includes Supervisor's Forum, Support Staff Council, Funding Model Committee, Task Force on Machine-Readable Data Files
Includes building plans, Center for the Book, compact shelving, Dead Sea Scrolls, Divinity School renovation, Duke Press, Duke Hotel, and Educom
Includes four-millionth volume, fire alarms, Gothic Bookstore, INNOVACQ/Innopac, Master of Library Science program proposals, organizational charts, outstanding service awards, Peat-Marwich-Mitchell contractor analysis, space inventory, remote storage
The libraries of Duke University consist of the William R. Perkins Library and its seven branches on campus: Biological and Environmental Sciences, Chemistry, Lilly, Engineering, Music, Mathematics-Physics, Special Collections; the Pearse Memorial Library at the Duke Marine Laboratory in Beaufort; and the independently administered libraries of Divinity, Law, Medicine, and Business (Ford Library). As of June 1996, these libraries contained over 4,534,000 volumes. The collection includes eleven million manuscripts, and over two million public documents. The Libraries are directed by the Vice Provost for Library Affairs.
- Friends of Duke University Library records. (University Archives, Duke University.)
Click to find related materials at Duke University Libraries.
- Academic libraries -- North Carolina -- Durham
- Academic libraries -- Space utilization
- Academic libraries -- Statistics
- Academic libraries -- Administration
- Library materials budgets
- Library buildings -- North Carolina -- Durham
- Library information networks -- North Carolina
- Library catalogs -- automation
- Library cooperation
- Library administration
Transfer; 2002; A2002-88.
Processed by University Archives staff
Encoded by Emily Glenn, April 2003