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Guide to the Library Newsletters, Acquisitions, and Accessions List, 1899-1986

Abstract

Primarily newsletters created by the library for Duke University faculty announcing new acquisitions, library news, and other related information and accession books.

Descriptive Summary

Repository
University Archives, Duke University
Creator
Duke University. Library.
Title
Library Newsletters, Acquisitions, and Accessions List 1899-1986
Language of Material
English
Extent
30.7 Linear Feet, 5,250 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

Primarily newsletters created by the library for Duke University faculty announcing new acquisitions, library news, and other related information and accession books.

Administrative Information

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warning Use Restrictions

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.

Contents of the Collection

General Library Bulletin, 1931-1932
Box 1
Duke University Library Faculty News Letter, 1940-1943
Box 1
Pamphlet Accession List, 1940-1943, 1945
Box 1
Accessions to the University Library, 1941-1942, 1944-1946, nos. 1-132 (5 folders)
Box 1
Accessions to the University Library, 1946-1949, nos. 133-196; issues from February to June, 1949 unnumbered; starting with no. 155, occasional "News and Accessions" newsletter included (6 folders)
Box 2
Duke University Library Newsletter, 1953-1959 (2 folders)
Box 2
Duke University Library Newsletter, 1959-1986 (5 folders)
Box 3
Current Legal Publications, Law Library, 1947-1948
Box 3
College of Engineering, Library Review, 1965-1978
Box 3
Pamphlet Accessions (P181-1598), 1899-1900
Box 4
Pamphlet Accessions (P1599-3131), 1901-1902
Box 4
Pamphlet Accessions (P3132-4750), 1902-1905
Box 4
Pamphlet Accessions (P4751-8813), 1905-1908
Box 4
Pamphlet Accessions (P8814-12,300), 1908-1916
Box 4
Pamphlet Accessions (P12,301-17,300), 1916-1925
Box 4
Pamphlet Accessions (P17,301-22,300), 1925-1930
Box 5
Pamphlet Accessions (P22,301-72,511), 1930-1940
Box 5
Acquisition, Lanson library, 1927
Box 6
Lanson Collection, A-E
Box 6
Lanson Collection, Faber-Mathis
Box 6
Lanson Collection, Mathos-T
Box 6
Lanson Collection, U-Z, Supplements, Brochures
Box 6
Composition books
Box 6
This box contains the files of University Librarian William Boyd regarding the Richmond Bond Collection (which the Library did not acquire). Included are Boyd's Memorandum Regarding a Library and his description of Bibliotecha Parsoniana, 1932.
Box 7
Donors to the Libraries, 1939-1942
Box 8
Building a Library Collection of Material on Government in Metropolitan Areas and Related Local Problems, a report to the Librarian and Political Science Committee, 1959
Box 8
Latin-American Library Project
Box 8
South Asian Studies
Box 8
Southern Americana Collection
Box 8
Special Book Funds
Box 8
Thomas, James Augustus, correspondence with librarian, 1928-1931
Box 8
Thomas, James Augustus, correspondence with librarian, 1935 April-1936 Feb.
Box 8
Thomas, James Augustus, correspondence with librarian, 1936 March-1937 June
Box 8
Utopia Collection
Box 8
Acquisitions, gift records (microfilm), 1931-1959
Box 9
Cataloging Dept. statistics, 1914-1935
Box 9
Accession Books, 1-5000, 5001-7000, 7001-9000
Box 10
Accession Books, 9001-11,000; 11,001-13,000; 13,001-15,000
Box 11
Accession Books, 15,001-20,000; 20,001-25,000
Box 12
Accession Books, 25,001-30,000; 30,001-35,000
Box 13
Accession Books, 35,001-40,000; 40,001-45,000; 45,001-50,000
Box 14
Accession Books, 50,001-55,000; 55,001-60,000; 60,001-65,000
Box 15
Accession Books, 65,001-70,000; 70,001-75,000; 75,000-80,000
Box 16
Accession Books, 80,001-85,000; 85,001-90,000; 90,001-95,000
Box 17
Accession Books, 95,001-100,000; 100,001-105,000; 105,001-110,000
Box 18
Accession Books, 110,001-115,000; 115,001-120,000; 120,001-125,000
Box 19
Accession Books, 125,001-130,000; 130,001-135,000; 135,001-140,000
Box 20
Accession Books, 140,001-145,000; 145,001-150,000; 150,001-155,000
Box 21
Accession Books, 155,001-160,000; 160,001-165,000; 165,001-170,000
Box 22
Accession Books, 170,001-175,000; 175,001-637,172
Box 23
Ledger: Broadsides, maps and music, 1938-1947
Box 24
Ledger, Library of Congress Card Account, 1941 July 1-1959 June 30
Box 24
Ledger, Periodicals/serials, 1940-1942
Box 24
Ledger, Catalog Dept. statistics, 1935 July 1-1942 June 30
Box 24
Ledger, Catalog Dept. statistics, 1942 July 1-1948 June 30
Box 24
Treasure Room Card Files #000-999
Box 25

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Library NewsLetters, Acquisitions, and Accessions List, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The Library Newsletters and Accessions Lists were received in multiple accessions, various dates.

Processing Information

Processed by Timothy Pyatt, July 2006

Encoded by Kimberly Sims, September 2006

Updated by Kimberly Sims, May 2013

Accessions were merged into one collection, described in this finding aid.

Descriptive sources and standards used to create this inventory: DACS, EAD, NCEAD guidelines, and our local Style Guide.

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.