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Guide to the University of Chicago Library Office of the Director, Ernest Dewitt Burton and J. C. M. Hanson, Records 1910-1928

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

University of Chicago. Library. Office of the Director. Ernest Dewitt Burton and J. C. M. Hanson. Records

Dates:

1910-1928

Size:

26.5 linear ft. (47 boxes and 25 volumes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

The University of Chicago Library Records consist of material generated during the administration of Ernest DeWitt Burton (Director, 1910-1925) and J. C. M. Hanson (Associate Director, 1910-1927; Acting Director, 1927-1928). The records include budgets and annual reports to the President of the University; minutes of the Director's Conference and Library Board; administrative correspondence and memoranda; records of the Commission on the Future of the University Libraries (1922-1924); accession logbooks; personnel files; the Library Handbook; and scrapbooks.

Information on Use

Access

The collection is open for research.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: University of Chicago. Library. Office of the Director. Ernest Dewitt Burton and J. C. M. Hanson. Records, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Historical Note

The second period in the history of the University of Chicago Library, comprising the joint administration of Ernest D. Burton and J. C. M. Hanson, was a time of rapid growth for the Library's staff and collections. In 1910, when Burton was appointed Director, the Library held 289,000 books with 100,000 more volumes unprocessed; by 1928, the Library's total holdings had increased to 799,000 volumes. The Library's staff, which numbered only 22 full-time members in 1910, had grown to 94 by 1914-1915 and to 116 by 1927-1928.

The administration which controlled the Library during this period was markedly different from that of Zella Allen Dixon during the University's first eighteen years (see University Library records, Series I). Immediately after Dixson's resignation was accepted by the Trustees in March 1910, Ernest D. Burton, Professor and Head of the Department of New Testament Literature, was asked to assume the position of Acting Director. By July 1910, it being understood that this post would be permanent, Burton began to negotiate with J. C. M. Hanson to accept the position of Associate Director. Hanson, then chief of the cataloging division of the Library of Congress, accepted the offer and assumed his duties in November 1910. Burton and Hanson had widely differing backgrounds. Burton's long tenure at the University and wide acquaintance with the faculty gave him a valuable sensitivity to the distinctive history and traditions of the University. Furthermore, he remained committed to the proposals of the Library Commission of 1902 he had chaired; the strengthening of the departmental library facilities around Harper Memorial Library. Hanson, by contrast, was a thoroughly trained cataloger whose experience at the Library of Congress led him to advocate the consolidation and centralization of library collections whenever possible. Despite these differences, Burton and Hanson worked well remarkably well. Burton retained his interest in the broadest aspects of Library policy and architectural planning, while Hanson was given general authority for the daily operations of the Library. After 1914, when Burton gave less of his time to the Library, and particularly after 1923, when he became the University's third President, Hanson assumed an even larger degree of administrative autonomy.

Hanson's first and most important contribution to the reorganization of the Library was the reclassification of the book collections begun in 1911. When Hanson arrived in Chicago, only half the Library's holdings were cataloged, with those in the General library under the Dewey decimal system and those in the departmental libraries under fourteen other classification systems. A faculty committee appointed in 1909 to study the problem had recommended that the Dewey classification be expanded to include all the Library's holdings. Hanson, however, compiled a lengthy report urging the adoption of the Library of Congress classification he had developed in collaboration with Charles Martel during his years in Washington. In April 1911, the committee reversed its decision, and in a unanimous written vote authorized the reclassification of all Library collections according to the Library of Congress system. Although reclassification was begun immediately, progress was impeded by the lack of existing catalog records and dispersion of titles and editions among many departmental libraries. During the course of the project, seven smaller libraries were consolidated with the General Library, leaving the University with seventeen departmental libraries. By 1928, reclassification was virtually complete, with the chaotic collections of 1910 reorganized under a single system of classification and all volumes in the Library accessible through a consolidated card catalog in the General Library.

The progress of the reclassification project made other reforms and innovations possible as well. In 1913, in the face of opposition from older faculty members, Hanson established the Library's first serial record, consolidating all serial holdings records in a single file. Hanson also introduced a program for selling the Library's printed catalog cards to subscribing libraries. This program, launched in 1913, followed the example of earlier systems at the Library of Congress, Harvard University, and the John Crerar, and effectively defrayed the costs of printing cards for the Library's new consolidated catalog.

Despite advances in classification and cataloging, the Library was still hampered by the lack of adequate space to house all its collections and operations. Harper Memorial Library, dedicated in elaborate ceremonies in June 1912, and designed to serve the needs of the University for nearly a century, began to attract strong criticism within a year of its opening. Sumptuous and impressive though it may have been as a memorial to the University's first President, the Library was compromised from the beginning by the encroachment of non-library functions and offices. The completed building held the General book stacks, the General reading room, catalog room, and Library staff offices; but it also housed offices for the President and his secretaries, an assembly room, classrooms and offices for the Modern Language group and the departments of History, Political Economy, Political Science, and Sociology, and the departmental libraries of the Modern Language group, Philosophy, and History. The entire building, consisting of two basement levels, six floors, and a mezzanine, was served by two passenger elevators and a cumbersome system of lifts and pneumatic tubes required to page books from the underground stacks. Workspace for the staff was inadequate within three years, and by 1919 Burton concluded that usable book stack space had also been exhausted. The original plan for Harper was further hampered by the interruption of bridge connections between the buildings of the Harper group: the bridge to Haskell Hall was closed for several years, a link to Swift Hall was never built, and the Geology and Geography departments refused to permit the erection of a bridge between the Law School and Rosenwald Hall.

By December 1922, the general overcrowding of Harper Library and the need for coordinated planning caused President Judson to appoint the Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries. The Commission, headed by trustee Harold H. Swift, included in its membership trustees Martin A. Ryerson and Charles W. Gilkey, President Judson, and professors John M. Coulter, Albion W. Small, Leonard D. White, and Ernest D. Burton. Hanson was not made a member, due no doubt partly to the fact that his opposition to departmental libraries was already well known. The Commission, like its predecessor twenty years earlier, was charged with a comprehensive review of the Library's needs and the formulation of appropriate recommendations. Discussions among members, however, soon revealed a deep division of opinion. The Tentative Report of the Commission, released to the University community in 1924, contained not one but two separate proposals for the future direction of the Library: Plan I, which called for the erection of a new 10-story library building large enough to hold all the departmental libraries and located in the center of the main quadrangle; and Plan II, which called for the fulfillment of the plan of 1902, with modern language and social science buildings flanking Harper and a new Harper annex replacing Haskell Hall. Plan I, supported by Hanson and many librarians at other institutions who had been consulted by the Commission, promised greater centralization but threatened to dwarf the campus with a huge new building. Plan II, largely the work of Burton and E. A. Henry, the head of the Readers' Department, offered a less expensive solution more in keeping with the architectural scale of the quadrangles, yet insured the retention of the dispersed departmental system. While the Tentative Report was printed and distributed, and comments drafted. By 1924, large amounts of money had already been raised for the completion of the Harper group, and Swift and other University officials feared that any fundamental change in building plans would disrupt a successful campaign. Even if these difficulties could have been overcome, wide disagreement within the faculty on questions of Library policy would have made a compromise plan difficult, if not impossible, to achieve.

Following the retirement of President Judson in February 1923, Ernest D. Burton was named Acting President of the University. Five months later, the appointment was made permanent, although Burton continued to hold the title of Director of the Library. Hanson's elevation to the Directorship might have been expected in due course had it not been for his strong advocacy of centralization and the resulting tensions in his relations with some of the faculty. After Burton's death in 1925, a formal search for a new Director was initiated, while the Library Board was revived as an administrative body to supervise Library operations. In December 1926, M. Llewellyn Raney, librarian of Johns Hopkins University, accepted the position of Director with the understanding that he would devote the first year of his appointment to travel and the study of operations at other libraries. Accordingly, at Raney's request, Hanson was named Acting Director from July 1927 to February 1928, after which he joined the faculty of the Graduate Library School. Following several months during which E. A. Henry served as Acting Director, Raney assumed full control of the Library in July 1928.

In a special report to the Board of Trustees in 1925, shortly before Burton's death, Burton and Hanson summarized their achievements as an administrative team since 1910. "The last fourteen years," they wrote, "have witnessed important changes. The entire library system of the University has been harmonized and coordinated, so that nearly all books are now purchased, cataloged, classified, and bound under the direction of the central administration and on a system which will compare favorably with that of any other university." If the degree of centralization and coordination was not as complete as Hanson, the professional librarian, had hoped, he could take pride in the remarkable progress achieved under Burton's direction and could draw satisfaction from the fact that the University Library would in the coming years be led for the first time in its history by a Director who was also a professional librarian.

Scope Note

The University of Chicago Library Records consist of material generated during the administration of Ernest DeWitt Burton (Director, 1910-1925) and J. C. M. Hanson (Associate Director, 1910-1927; Acting Director, 1927-1928). The records include budgets and annual reports to the President of the University; minutes of the Director's Conference and Library Board; administrative correspondence and memoranda; records of the Commission on the Future of the University Libraries (1922-1924); accession logbooks; personnel files; the Library Handbook; and scrapbooks.

Series I: JAST-HANSON CLASSIFICATION

The materials in this series reflect the classification system developed by British librarian L. Stanley Jast in A Classification of Library Economy and Office Papers (London, 1907). Adapted by J. C. M. Hanson for use in organizing the Library's administrative records, the system consists of a two to four digit classification number on each document indicating its filing location within eleven main topical divisions. In order to give greater clarity to the scheme and indicate more clearly its relation to the structure of the University Library, the inventory of the records has been divided into sixteen divisions, which retain the numerical order of the Jast-Hanson classification.

Series II: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR AND THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

This series consists of an alphabetical series of general administrative correspondence followed by a group of topical files. The correspondence includes letters of Burton and Hanson, a copy of their joint report to the Board of Trustees on the development of the Library from 1910 to 1925, and correspondence from 1910 regarding Hanson's duties and title at the University of Chicago Library.

Series III: OTHER LIBRARIES

This series contains miscellaneous records concerning interlibrary cooperation and statistical and administrative comparisons between the University of Chicago Library and other academic libraries.

Series Iv: LIBRARY SCIENCE

This series includes records related to library instruction at other institutions, and orientation tours and exhibits at the University Library. This division also contains memoranda and correspondence concerning the creation of a graduate library school at the University of Chicago.

Series V: BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

Most of the records in the series concern Harper Memorial Library: its planning, dedication, decoration, mechanical services, and furnishings. Several folders contain material on departmental library buildings and on the problems created by the double level of underground book stacks beneath Harper Library and adjoining buildings.

Series VI: POLICY

This division contains the minutes of the Director's Conference of senior Library staff members, the minutes of the Library Board, and correspondence concerning the Classification Committee's decision to adopt the Library of Congress system in 1911. The largest bodies of material are a series of annual reports of the Director or Associate Director from 1911 to 1928, and an alphabetical group of correspondence regarding the required submission of 100 printed copies of each University dissertation to the Library for purposes of exchange with other institutions. The division also contains extensive correspondence regarding the deliberations and Tentative Report of the Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries.

Series VII: LIBRARY STAFF

These records concern Library personnel. The division concludes with minutes of the Library Council of senior staff members, the constitution and material related to the Order of the Grey Towers staff organization, and letters of recommendation.

Series VIII: RULES AND REGULATIONS

This series contains copies of the Library's handbook of rules and regulations, correspondence concerning the possibility of allowing Harper Library to remain open on Sunday, and memoranda on the need to maintain order in the Harper Reading Room.

Series IX: BUDGET

The total budget of the University Library grew from $180,500 in 1911-1912 to $378,000 in 1927-1928. This group of records includes administrative correspondence concerning budget appropriations and expenditures, memoranda and statistics used in the preparation of the annual budget, and files on specific funds and expenditures.

Series X: COMMUNICATION

This series contains miscellaneous correspondence and brochures on mail, telephones, typewriters, and other forms of Library communication.

Series XI: ACQUISITIONS

The records in this division consist of general reports on Library accessions, material on book recommendations and book purchases, and correspondence relating to gifts and book collections, including the Canal Collection, Cunther Collection, and Gunsaulus-Butler Collection. Twenty-five oversize accession logbooks recording accession numbers and titles of books accessioned from 1910 to 1925 are shelved separately and should be requested by volume number.

Series XII: CATALOGING AND CLASSIFICATION

This division includes minutes of the regular meetings of the Library's catalogers, classifiers, and shelf listers, minutes of the meetings of cataloging revisers, correspondence concerning the printing and distribution of catalog cards, memoranda regarding cataloging equipment, correspondence on the reclassification of the Library's collections according to the Library of Congress system, and a partial classification schedule.

Series XIII: CONSERVATION

Material in this division concerns labels, boxes, storage of maps and photographs, bindings, repairs of manuscripts and newspapers, and other matters related to physical conservation.

Series XIV: CIRULATION AND REFERENCE

This series includes materials documenting loans, fines, reserve books, and complaints and suggestions. Three folders of correspondence deal with the Cameragraph and other photostat machines.

Series XV: DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARIES

This series contains two main bodies of material. General correspondence, questionnaires, and the printed report of the Committee on the Relations of the Departmental Libraries and the General Library reveal some of the basic issues generated by the departmental organization of the Library's collections.

These folders are followed by an alphabetical series of administrative records devoted to each of the departmental libraries. Included are the records of several libraries, such as Athletics, Hitchcock Hall, and Public Speaking, which were incorporated within the General Library collections.

Series XVI: MISCELLANEOUS

This series contains copies of various editions of the Handbook of the Libraries of the University, correspondence related to the General Catalogue of Incunabula and the National Union List of Serials, and material on the Renaissance Society, a group of faculty members organized in 1915 to develop "the artistic and esthetic side of the Libraries of the University." The division concludes with three scrapbooks compiled by the Library staff from 1911 to 1928.

Related Resources

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Jast-Hanson Classification

Box 1   Folder 1

Jast, L. Stanley, A Classification of Library Economy and Office Papers (London; Library Supply Co., 1907). Copy 1, annotated

Box 1   Folder 2

Jast, L. Stanley, A Classification of Library Economy and Office Papers (London; Library Supply Co., 1907). Copy 2, annotated

Box 1   Folder 3

Hanson, J. C. M. "Classification of Correspondence."

Box 1   Folder 4

Hanson, J. C. M. Second copy, annotated

Box 1   Folder 5

Hanson, J. C. M. Third copy, annotated

Series II: Office of the Director of the Associate Director

Box 1   Folder 6

General Correspondence, American Seating Co.-Arnesen, A.

Box 1   Folder 7

General Correspondence, Arnett, Trevor-Austen, W.

Box 1   Folder 8

General Correspondence, Badt-Westburg Electric Co.-Bickham, M.H.

Box 1   Folder 9

General Correspondence, Bishop, W. W.-Bixler, R. W.

Box 1   Folder 10

General Correspondence, Blackburn, B. F.-Burt, F. H.

Box 2   Folder 1

General Correspondence, Burton, E. D.-Buttrick, W.

Box 2   Folder 2

General Correspondence, Carlton, W. N. C.-Cutting, Glen W.

Box 2   Folder 3

General Correspondence, Dahlberg, G. A.-Dunlap, E. P.

Box 2   Folder 4

General Correspondence, Eckels, Edith O.-Evans, G.

Box 2   Folder 5

General Correspondence, Faculty Exchange-Fuller, R. E.

Box 2   Folder 6

General Correspondence, Gaebler, H.-Gurney, F. J.

Box 2   Folder 7

General Correspondence, Hachette & Co.-Hanson, J. C. M.

Box 2   Folder 8

General Correspondence, Harding, G.-Henderson, C. R.

Box 3   Folder 1

General Correspondence, Henry, E. A.-Institute of Administrative Technics

Box 3   Folder 2

General Correspondence, Jacobsen, A.-Judson, H. P.

Box 3   Folder 3

General Correspondence, Kaiser, J. B.-Kramer, M. F.

Box 3   Folder 4

General Correspondence, Laing, G. J.-Lyons, John F.

Box 3   Folder 5

General Correspondence, MacClintock, W. D.-Manchester, E.

Box 3   Folder 6

General Correspondence, Manker, P. A.-Moulton, H. G.

Box 3   Folder 7

General Correspondence, Parker, H. W.-Quadrangle Club

Box 4   Folder 1

General Correspondence, Ranck, S.-Robertson, J. C.

Box 4   Folder 2

General Correspondence, Roden, Carl B.-Schmidt, A. F. W.

Box 4   Folder 3

General Correspondence, Shepley, Rutan and Collidge-Strong, G.E.

Box 4   Folder 4

General Correspondence, Taggart, H. E.-Typewriting Office

Box 4   Folder 5

General Correspondence, Ummer, F. W.-Wygant, H. S.

Box 4   Folder 6

General Correspondence, Yale University Press-Yust, W. F.

Box 4   Folder 7

Associate Librarian position

Box 4   Folder 8

Correspondence, Lectures, speeches, literary work

Box 4   Folder 9

Correspondence, Societies and committees

Box 4   Folder 10

Correspondence, American Library Association

Box 4   Folder 11

Correspondence, American Library Association survey, 1925

Box 5   Folder 1

Correspondence, American Library Institute

Box 5   Folder 2

Correspondence, Bibliographical Society of America

Box 5   Folder 3

Correspondence, College Librarians of the Middle West

Box 5   Folder 4

Correspondence, Chicago Library Club

Box 5   Folder 5

Correspondence, Committee on Photographic Reproductions (L. C. cards)

Box 5   Folder 6

Correspondence, Commendations and criticisms of Library service

Series III: Other Libraries

Box 5   Folder 7

Copyright

Box 5   Folder 8

National and state libraries

Box 5   Folder 9

University and college libraries

Box 5   Folder 10

Library specialization

Box 5   Folder 11

Statistics, general and comparative, Burton, E. D.-Donnelley, T.E.

Box 5   Folder 12

Statistics, general and comparative, Gerould, J. T.-U. S. Bureau of Education

Series IV: Library Science

Box 5   Folder 13

Instruction in library science

Box 5   Folder 14

Instruction to students in use of libraries

Box 5   Folder 15

University Extension

Box 5   Folder 16

Exhibitions

Box 5   Folder 17

Library schools

Box 5   Folder 18

Library schools, correspondence, Burton, E. D.-Josephson, A.

Box 5   Folder 19

Library schools, correspondence, Burton, Laing, G. J.-Works, G.A.

Series V: Buildings and Grounds

Box 6   Folder 1

Harper Memorial Library, building plan

Box 6   Folder 2

Harper Memorial Library, building plan

Box 6   Folder 3

Harper Memorial Library, dedication

Box 6   Folder 4

Harper Memorial Library, interior changes

Box 6   Folder 5

Library buildings at other universities

Box 6   Folder 6

Library buildings, general

Box 6   Folder 7

Departmental library buildings, Billings-Geology

Box 6   Folder 8

Haskell

Box 6   Folder 9

Modern Language

Box 6   Folder 10

Philosophy-Yerkes Observatory

Box 6   Folder 11

Roads

Box 6   Folder 12

Bridges

Box 7   Folder 1

Tunnels

Box 7   Folder 2

Floors and floor coverings

Box 7   Folder 3

Doors, windows, and weather strips

Box 7   Folder 4

Shields, coats of arms, and inscriptions

Box 7   Folder 5

Shields, coats of arms, and inscriptions

Box 7   Folder 6

Shields, coats of arms, and inscriptions

Box 7   Folder 7

Shields, coats of arms, and inscriptions

Box 7   Folder 8

Plans and descriptions of buildings

Box 7   Folder 9

Rooms

Box 7   Folder 10

Elevators

Box 7   Folder 11

Reading Room

Box 7   Folder 12

Graduate reading rooms

Box 7   Folder 13

Reserved Book Room

Box 7   Folder 14

Women's rest rooms

Box 7   Folder 15

Lunch Room

Box 7   Folder 16

Manuscript Room and Rare Books

Box 8   Folder 1

Storage rooms

Box 8   Folder 2

Lighting

Box 8   Folder 3

Committee on Lighting

Box 8   Folder 4

Furniture and other fittings

Box 8   Folder 5

Harper equipment

Box 8   Folder 6

Furniture and equipment inventory, 1911

  • Harper Library inventory, 1914
Box 8   Folder 7

Stacks, general

Box 8   Folder 8

Stacks, general

Box 8   Folder 9

Stacks, correspondence, Burton, E. D.-Coolidge & Hodgdon

Box 8   Folder 10

Stacks, correspondence, Hanson, J. C. M.-Heckman, W.

Box 8   Folder 11

Stacks, correspondence, Judson, H. P.

Box 8   Folder 12

Stacks, correspondence, Koch, T. W.-Snead & Co.

Box 8   Folder 13

Stacks, equipment

Box 8   Folder 14

Moving

Box 9   Folder 1

Memoranda to janitor

Box 9   Folder 2

Buildings and Grounds Committee

Series VI: Policy

Box 9   Folder 3

Administration and service

Box 9   Folder 4

Director's Conference, minutes, 1920-1921

Box 9   Folder 5

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, general

Box 9   Folder 6

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, general

Box 9   Folder 7

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, general

Box 9   Folder 8

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, general

Box 9   Folder 9

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, correspondence, Burton, E. D.

Box 9   Folder 10

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, correspondence, Hanson, J. C. M.

Box 9   Folder 11

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, correspondence, Swift, Harold H.

Box 9   Folder 12

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, reaction of Departments to Tentative Report

Box 9   Folder 13

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library Commission), 1924, discussion by American Association of University Professors

Box 9   Folder 14

Commission on the Future Policy of the University Libraries (Library

  • Commission), 1924, other reactions and comments
Box 10   Folder 1

Dissertations, general policy

Box 10   Folder 2

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, Allison, W. H.-Moore, A.C.

Box 10   Folder 3

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, Allison, Olson, O. L.-Zeeb, F. B.

Box 10   Folder 4

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, 1916-1927, Adams, C.-Evans, H. F.

Box 10   Folder 5

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, Garwood, I.-Kingston, H. R.

Box 10   Folder 6

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, Lassals, L. J.-Osgood, W. H.

Box 10   Folder 7

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, Olson, O. L.-Preston, E.

Box 10   Folder 8

Dissertations, correspondence, 1910-1915, Reuter, E. B.-Stout, J.E.

Box 10   Folder 9

Dissertations, correspondence, 1916-1927, Tartar, H. V.-Tschan, F.J.

Box 10   Folder 10

Dissertations, correspondence, 1916-1927, Watson, A. C.-Zumbrunnen, A. C.

Box 10   Folder 11

Library Board, general

Box 10   Folder 12

Library Board, minutes, 1911-1926

Box 10   Folder 13

Library Board, minutes, 1927-1928

Box 10   Folder 14

Library Board, correspondence regarding meetings

Box 10   Folder 15

University Senate

Box 10   Folder 16

University Press Board

Box 10   Folder 17

Annual Reports, 1911-1912

Box 10   Folder 18

Annual Reports, 1912-1913

Box 11   Folder 1

Annual Reports, 1913-1914

Box 11   Folder 2

Annual Reports, 1914-1915

Box 11   Folder 3

Annual Reports, 1914-1915

Box 11   Folder 4

Annual Reports, 1915-1916

Box 11   Folder 5

Annual Reports, 1915-1916

Box 11   Folder 6

Annual Reports, 1915-1916, Readers' Department

Box 11   Folder 7

Annual Reports, 1916-1917

Box 11   Folder 8

Annual Reports, 1917-1918

Box 12   Folder 1

Annual Reports, 1918-1919

Box 12   Folder 2

Annual Reports, 1919-1920

Box 12   Folder 3

Annual Reports, 1919-1920, Readers' Department

Box 12   Folder 4

Annual Reports, 1920-1921

Box 12   Folder 5

Annual Reports, 1921-1922

Box 12   Folder 6

Annual Reports, 1922-1923

Box 12   Folder 7

Annual Reports, 1923-1924

Box 12   Folder 8

Annual Reports, 1924-1925

Box 12   Folder 9

Annual Reports, 1925-1926

Box 12   Folder 10

Annual Reports, 1926-1927

Box 12   Folder 11

Annual Reports, 1927-1928

Box 12   Folder 12

Committee on Books for the General Library

Box 12   Folder 13

Classification Committee

Series VII: Library Staff

Box 13   Folder 1

Correspondence, Burton, E. D.-Lamb, E.

Box 13   Folder 2

Correspondence, MacIver, I.-Williamson, C. C.

Box 13   Folder 3

Lists of staff members

Box 13   Folder 4

Staff questionnaires

Box 13   Folder 5

Staff questionnaires

Box 13   Folder 6

Staff manual and announcements

Box 13   Folder 7

Retiring allowances and sick benefit fund

Box 13   Folder 8

Staff applications

Box 13   Folder 9

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 13   Folder 10

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 14   Folder 1

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 14   Folder 2

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 14   Folder 3

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 14   Folder 4

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 14   Folder 5

Applications from persons not on staff

Box 14   Folder 6

Inquiries concerning positions in general

Box 14   Folder 7

Student assistants, general

Box 14   Folder 8

Student assistants, general

Box 14   Folder 9

Student assistants, general

Box 14   Folder 10

Student assistants, general

Box 14   Folder 11

Pages and messengers

Box 14   Folder 12

Former staff members, correspondence, Burton, E. D.-

  • Commager, Henry
Box 15   Folder 1

Former staff members, correspondence, Hanson J. C. M.-Henry, E.A.

Box 15   Folder 2

Former staff members, correspondence, Jacobsen, K. T.-Little, C.L.

Box 15   Folder 3

Former staff members, correspondence, Manchester, E. N.

Box 15   Folder 4

Former staff members, correspondence, Torrey, C. O.-Von Noé, A.C.

Box 15   Folder 5

Staff, extra

Box 15   Folder 6

Acquisitions Department

Box 15   Folder 7

Acquisitions Department

Box 15   Folder 8

Acquisitions Department

Box 15   Folder 9

Acquisitions Department

Box 15   Folder 10

Card Department

Box 16   Folder 1

Cataloging Department

Box 16   Folder 2

Classification Department

Box 16   Folder 3

Map Division

Box 16   Folder 4

Readers' Department

Box 16   Folder 5

Readers' Department

Box 16   Folder 6

Rules on cards

Box 16   Folder 7

Appointments, lists of staff

Box 16   Folder 8

Appointments, correspondence, Angell, J. R.-Hanson, J. C. M.

Box 16   Folder 9

Appointments, correspondence, Henry, E. A.-Thompson, C. J.

Box 16   Folder 10

Letters of appointment

Box 16   Folder 11

Salaries and payroll, general

Box 16   Folder 12

Salaries and payroll, general

Box 16   Folder 13

Salaries and payroll, general

Box 16   Folder 14

Salaries and payroll, general

Box 16   Folder 15

Salaries and payroll, general

Box 16   Folder 16

Salaries and payroll, general

Box 17   Folder 1

Salaries and payroll, correspondence, Arnett, Trevor

Box 17   Folder 2

Salaries and payroll, correspondence, Burton, E. D.

Box 17   Folder 3

Salaries and payroll, correspondence, Currier, T. F.-Lane, W. C.

Box 17   Folder 4

Salaries and payroll, correspondence, Manchester, E.-Plimpton, P.L.

Box 17   Folder 5

Salaries and payroll, correspondence, Raney, M. L.-Windsor, P.L.

Box 17   Folder 6

Staff, hours worked

Box 17   Folder 7

Staff, monthly wages, 1911-1915

Box 17   Folder 8

Staff, monthly wages, 1915-1918

Box 17   Folder 9

Salaries, special services

Box 17   Folder 10

Salaries, other institutions, comparative statements

Box 18   Folder 1

Salaries, other institutions, comparative statements

Box 18   Folder 2

Salaries, other institutions, comparative statements

Box 18   Folder 3

Salaries, other institutions, comparative statements

Box 18   Folder 4

Salaries, other institutions, comparative statements

Box 18   Folder 5

Hours, general

Box 18   Folder 6

Hours, monthly record, Durrett Collection

Box 18   Folder 7

Vacations

Box 18   Folder 8

Vacations

Box 18   Folder 9

Vacations

Box 18   Folder 10

Vacations

Box 18   Folder 11

Vacations

Box 18   Folder 12

Vacations

Box 18   Folder 13

Vacations

Box 19   Folder 1

Sick leave

Box 19   Folder 2

Holidays

Box 19   Folder 3

Scholarship records, reports

Box 19   Folder 4

Staff, tuition fees

Box 19   Folder 5

Staff, training and instruction

Box 19   Folder 6

Staff meetings

Box 19   Folder 7

Director's Conference and Library Council

Box 19   Folder 8

Order of the Grey Towers

Box 19   Folder 9

Testimonials

Series VIII: Rules and Regulations

Box 19   Folder 10

Rules and regulations

Box 19   Folder 11

Rules and regulations

Box 19   Folder 12

Rules and regulations

Box 19   Folder 13

Rules and regulations

Box 19   Folder 14

Rules and regulations

Box 19   Folder 15

General announcements

Box 19   Folder 16

Sunday opening

Box 19   Folder 17

Admission cards, non-students

Box 19   Folder 18

Admission cards, Sunday entrance to building

Box 19   Folder 19

Stack cards

Box 20   Folder 1

Order in reading room

Box 20   Folder 2

Special regulations, subscriptions, solicitation

Series IX: Budget

Box 20   Folder 3

General University account balance

Box 20   Folder 4

Budget, correspondence, Angell, J. R.-Arnett, Trevor

Box 20   Folder 5

Budget, correspondence, Breedlove, J. P.-Burton, E. D.

Box 20   Folder 6

Budget, correspondence, Dickerson, J. S.-Grey, H. G.

Box 20   Folder 7

Budget, correspondence, Hanson, J. C. M.-Henry, E. A.

Box 20   Folder 8

Budget, correspondence, Judson, H. P.-Koch, Theodore W.

Box 20   Folder 9

Budget, correspondence, Manchester, E. N.-Miller, N.

Box 20   Folder 10

Budget, correspondence, Perrine, C. B.-Plimpton, N. C.

Box 20   Folder 11

Budget, correspondence, Robertson, J. C.-Windsor, P. L.

Box 20   Folder 12

Annual budget, 1910-1911

Box 20   Folder 13

Annual budget, 1911-1912

Box 20   Folder 14

Annual budget, 1912-1913

Box 20   Folder 15

Annual budget, 1913-1914

Box 20   Folder 16

Annual budget, 1914-1915

Box 21   Folder 1

Annual budget, 1915-1916

Box 21   Folder 2

Annual budget, 1916-1917

Box 21   Folder 3

Annual budget, 1917-1918

Box 21   Folder 4

Annual budget, 1918-1919

Box 21   Folder 5

Annual budget, 1919-1920

Box 21   Folder 6

Annual budget, 1920-1921

Box 21   Folder 7

Annual budget, 1921-1922

Box 21   Folder 8

Annual budget, 1922-1923

Box 21   Folder 9

Annual budget, 1923-1924

Box 21   Folder 10

Annual budget, 1924-1925

Box 21   Folder 11

Annual budget, 1925-1926

Box 21   Folder 12

Annual budget, 1926-1927

Box 21   Folder 13

Annual budget, 1927-1928

Box 21   Folder 14

Annual budget, memoranda

Box 22   Folder 1

Annual budget, memoranda

Box 22   Folder 2

Book appropriations, 1910-1915, Angell, J. R.-Henderson, C. R.

Box 22   Folder 3

Book appropriations, 1910-1915, Judd, C. H.-Williston, S. W.

Box 22   Folder 4

Book appropriations, 1916-1928, Allen T. G.-Dickerson, J. S.

Box 22   Folder 5

Book appropriations, 1916-1928, Expenditures, Committee on- Mathews, S.

Box 22   Folder 6

Book appropriations, 1916-1928, Nitze, W. A.-Young, J. W. A.

Box 22   Folder 7

Book appropriations, 1916-1928, Book fund pooling, 1920

Box 22   Folder 8

Appropriations, miscellaneous

Box 22   Folder 9

Appropriations, miscellaneous

Box 22   Folder 10

Carriage and importation

Box 22   Folder 11

Carriage and importation

Box 23   Folder 1

Carriage and importation

Box 23   Folder 2

Carriage and importation

Box 23   Folder 3

Carriage and importation

Box 23   Folder 4

Supplies and expenses

Box 23   Folder 5

Binding fund

Box 23   Folder 6

Sales of duplicate copies

Box 23   Folder 7

Sales of duplicate copies

Box 23   Folder 8

Sales of duplicate copies

Box 23   Folder 9

Sales of duplicate copies

Box 23   Folder 10

Inquiries regarding appropriations

Box 23   Folder 11

Methods of accounting

Box 23   Folder 12

Funds, disposal, and care

Box 23   Folder 13

Committee on Expenditures

Box 23   Folder 14

Insurance

Box 23   Folder 15

Stationery, supplies

Box 23   Folder 16

Bookplates

Series X: Communication

Box 24   Folder 1

Communication, correspondence

Box 24   Folder 2

Parcel Post for books

Box 24   Folder 3

Mail

Box 24   Folder 4

Telephones, telegraph

Box 24   Folder 5

Typewriters, Dictaphones

Series XI: Acquisitions

Subseries 1: Miscellanous

Box 24   Folder 6

Accession reports, 1893-1920

Box 24   Folder 7

Accession reports, 1911-1920

Box 24   Folder 8

Acquisition Department, annual reports, 1921-1928

Box 24   Folder 9

Accession, conservation

Box 24   Folder 10

Accession, conservation

Box 25   Folder 1

Book selection

Box 25   Folder 2

Books on approval

Box 25   Folder 3

Catalogs

Box 25   Folder 4

Government publications

Box 25   Folder 5

Society publications

Box 25   Folder 6

Recommendations for books by staff

Box 25   Folder 7

Book Committee

Box 25   Folder 8

Duplicates

Box 25   Folder 9

Periodicals and serials

Box 25   Folder 10

Periodicals and serials, Committee on Periodicals

Box 25   Folder 11

Periodicals, staff

Box 25   Folder 12

Photographs, prints, lantern slides

Box 25   Folder 13

Coins, indexing, cataloging, and arrangement. Maps, atlases

Box 25   Folder 14

Manuscripts, preservation

Box 25   Folder 15

Museum material

Box 25   Folder 16

Purchase of books and supplies, correspondence, Altrocchi, Rudolph-Dinsmore, J. C.

Box 25   Folder 17

Purchase of books and supplies, correspondence, Faxon, F. W.-Huth, Carl F., Jr.

Box 25   Folder 18

Purchase of books and supplies, correspondence, Jenkins, T. A.-Lowengard, L.

Box 26   Folder 1

Purchase of books and supplies, correspondence, MacClintock, W.D.-Moulton, F. R.

Box 26   Folder 2

Purchase of books and supplies, correspondence, Nitze, W. A.-Price, Ira M.

Box 26   Folder 3

Purchase of books and supplies, correspondence, Rathke, W. R.-Young, J. W.

Box 26   Folder 4

Cooperative buying

Box 26   Folder 5

Cooperative buying

Box 26   Folder 6

Cooperative buying

Box 26   Folder 7

Importation of books

Box 26   Folder 8

Importation of books

Box 26   Folder 9

Importation of books

Box 26   Folder 10

Importation of books

Box 26   Folder 11

Prices, inquiries

Box 26   Folder 12

Order blanks and cards

Box 26   Folder 13

Purchase, catalog cards

Box 26   Folder 14

Purchase, new books

Box 27   Folder 1

Secondhand books, offers of

Box 27   Folder 2

Secondhand books, offers of

Box 27   Folder 3

Secondhand books, offers of

Box 27   Folder 4

Secondhand books, offers of

Box 27   Folder 5

Secondhand books, offers of

Box 27   Folder 6

Secondhand books, offers of

Box 27   Folder 7

Collections of books

Box 27   Folder 8

Collections of books

Box 27   Folder 9

Collections of books

Box 27   Folder 10

Canal Collection

Box 27   Folder 11

Purchase, periodicals and newspapers

Box 27   Folder 12

Purchase, periodicals and newspapers

Box 28   Folder 1

Purchase, pictures and photographs, manuscripts

Box 28   Folder 2

Gifts, Adams, M. E.-Craigie, W. A.

Box 28   Folder 3

Gifts, Crawford and Balcarres, Earl-Hill, H. T.

Box 28   Folder 4

Gifts, Hines, E.-Nutt, T. P.

Box 28   Folder 5

Gifts, Parsons, F.-Ylvisaker, N. M.

Box 28   Folder 6

German book exhibit

Box 28   Folder 7

Gunther Collection

Box 28   Folder 8

Gifts, acknowledgement, Adams, J. Q.-Loomis, M. M.

Box 28   Folder 9

Gifts, acknowledgement, MacClintock, W. D.-Young, F. E.

Box 28   Folder 10

Requests for gifts

Box 29   Folder 1

Gifts, newspapers and periodicals

Box 29   Folder 2

Gifts, newspapers and periodicals, pictures, photographs, lantern slides

Box 29   Folder 3

Gifts, music

Box 29   Folder 4

Gifts, maps, atlases

Box 29   Folder 5

Gifts, manuscripts, Gunsaulus-Butler Collection

Box 29   Folder 6

Gifts, museum material

Box 29   Folder 7

Review books

Box 29   Folder 8

Exchanges, correspondence, Altand, E. A.-Laing, G. J.

Box 29   Folder 9

Exchanges, correspondence, Leach, H. G.-Munizaga-Varela, G.

Box 29   Folder 10

Exchanges, correspondence, Naon, R.-Roberts, J. E.

Box 29   Folder 11

Exchanges, correspondence, Salisbury, R. D.-Sundaram, V. S.

Box 29   Folder 12

Exchanges, correspondence, Taussing, F. W.-Wellman, H. C.

Box 29   Folder 13

Weeding out uncataloged collections

Box 29   Folder 14

Disposal of books, periodicals by sale, exchange or gift

Box 29   Folder 15

Disposal of books, periodicals by sale, exchange or gift

Box 30   Folder 1

Books missing, stolen, and mutilated

Box 30   Folder 2

Books missing, stolen, and mutilated

Box 30   Folder 3

Books missing, stolen, and mutilated

Box 30   Folder 4

Books missing, stolen, and mutilated

Box 30   Folder 5

Books missing, stolen, and mutilated

Box 30   Folder 6

Book statistics

Box 30   Folder 7

Book statistics

Subseries 2: Accession Logbooks, 1910-1928 (shelved separately, see Introduction)

Volume 1

Accession numbers 320001-330000

Volume 2

330001-340000

Volume 3

340001-360000

Volume 4

360001-380000

Volume 5

380001-400000

Volume 6

400001-420000

Volume 7

420001-440000

Volume 8

440001-460000

Volume 9

460001-480000 (Durett Collection)

Volume 10

480001-500000

Volume 11

500001-520000

Volume 12

520001-540000

Volume 13

540001-560000

Volume 14

560001-580000

Volume 15

580001-600000

Volume 16

600001-620000

Volume 17

620001-640000

Volume 18

640001-660000

Volume 19

660001-680000

Volume 20

680001-700000

Volume 21

700001-720000

Volume 22

720001-740000

Volume 23

740001-760000

Volume 24

760001-780000

Volume 25

780001-800000

Series XII: Cataloging and Classification

Box 30   Folder 8

Correspondence, Robertson, Josephine, 1912-1918

Box 30   Folder 9

Correspondence, Robertson, Josephine, 1919-1927

Box 30   Folder 10

Correspondence, Hastings, C. H.

Box 31   Folder 1

Cataloging, general

Box 31   Folder 2

Cataloging, general

Box 31   Folder 3

Cataloging, general

Box 31   Folder 4

Cataloging, general

Box 31   Folder 5

Cataloging rules, American Library Association committee

Box 31   Folder 6

Cataloging rules, American Library Association committee

Box 31   Folder 7

Cataloging rules, American Library Association committee

Box 31   Folder 8

Cataloging rules, American Library Association committee

Box 31   Folder 9

Cataloging rules, manuscripts, pamphlets, maps

Box 31   Folder 10

Indexes and indexing

Box 32   Folder 1

Want slips

Box 32   Folder 2

Subject headings

Box 32   Folder 3

Cataloging queries

Box 32   Folder 4

Printed cards

Box 32   Folder 5

Printed cards

Box 32   Folder 6

Printed cards

Box 32   Folder 7

Printed cards

Box 32   Folder 8

Printed cards

Box 32   Folder 9

Printed cards

Box 32   Folder 10

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 1

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 2

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 3

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 4

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 5

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 6

Printed cards

Box 33   Folder 7

Analyticals

Box 33   Folder 8

Analyticals

Box 33   Folder 9

Catalogs

Box 34   Folder 1

Catalogs

Box 34   Folder 2

Catalogs

Box 34   Folder 3

Catalogs

Box 34   Folder 4

Catalog statistics

Box 34   Folder 5

Bibliographies on special subjects

Box 34   Folder 6

Fittings and supplies

Box 34   Folder 7

Fittings and supplies

Box 34   Folder 8

Classification

Box 35   Folder 1

Classification

Box 35   Folder 2

Classification

Box 35   Folder 3

Classification

Box 35   Folder 4

Classification

Box 35   Folder 5

Transfers

Box 35   Folder 6

Shelf lists and shelf listing

Box 35   Folder 7

Classification schedule, PJ-PM

Box 36   Folder 1

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 2

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 3

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 4

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 5

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 6

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 7

Classification, under consideration

Box 36   Folder 8

Book numbers

Box 36   Folder 9

Book numbers

Box 37   Folder 1

Statistics and transfers

Series XIII: Conservation

Box 37   Folder 2

Shelving

Box 37   Folder 3

Labels

Box 37   Folder 4

Boxes for pamphlets; wrappers, binders

Box 37   Folder 5

Assignment of space on shelves

Box 37   Folder 6

Stock taking and inventories

Box 37   Folder 7

News cuttings, maps, photographs, prints, lantern slides

Box 37   Folder 8

Binding

Box 37   Folder 9

Binding

Box 37   Folder 10

Binding

Box 37   Folder 11

Repairs of manuscripts and newspapers

Series XIV: Circulation and Reference

Box 38   Folder 1

Circulation, general

Box 38   Folder 2

Loans

Box 38   Folder 3

Access to shelves

Box 38   Folder 4

Charging

Box 38   Folder 5

Books not charged; books found

Box 38   Folder 6

Return of books

Box 38   Folder 7

Inter-library loans

Box 38   Folder 8

Loans for courses, rental collection, correspondence, Arnett, T.-Cutting, S. W.

Box 38   Folder 9

Loans for courses, rental collection, correspondence, Dickerson, J. S.-Lovett, R. M.

Box 38   Folder 10

Loans for courses, rental collection, correspondence, MacClintock W. D.-Plimpton, N. C.

Box 38   Folder 11

Loans for courses, rental collection, correspondence, Raney, M. L.-Wright, Chester W.

Box 38   Folder 12

Special loans, correspondence, Andrews, C. W.-Farnum, J. L.

Box 38   Folder 13

Special loans, correspondence, Jacobsen, K. T.-Wormer, G.

Box 38   Folder 14

Loans, reference books

Box 38   Folder 15

Fines

Box 38   Folder 16

Books lost or damaged, to be replaced

Box 38   Folder 17

Tracing, searching, inquiries

Box 39   Folder 1

Complaints, suggestions

Box 39   Folder 2

Complaints, suggestions

Box 39   Folder 3

Library fee

Box 39   Folder 4

Reference, general

Box 39   Folder 5

Service, delivery of books

Box 39   Folder 6

Reserve books

Box 39   Folder 7

Reserve books

Box 39   Folder 8

Reserve books

Box 39   Folder 9

Reserve books

Box 39   Folder 10

Inquiries for bibliographies

Box 39   Folder 11

Copying extracts

Box 39   Folder 12

Cameragraph, photostat, general

Box 39   Folder 13

Cameragraph, photostat, correspondence, Austen, W.-Jacot, A.

Box 39   Folder 14

Cameragraph, photostat, correspondence, Keogh, A.-Wormer, G.

Box 39   Folder 15

Traveling libraries

Series XV: Departmental Libraries

Box 40   Folder 1

Correspondence, Allahabab University-Green, C. R.

Box 40   Folder 2

Correspondence, Hallett, A. D.-Horton, M.

Box 40   Folder 3

Correspondence, Judd, C. H.-Overstreet, H. A.

Box 40   Folder 4

Correspondence, Parker, S. C.-Wyer, J. I., Jr.

Box 40   Folder 5

Replies to questionnaire on departmental libraries, 1915

Box 40   Folder 6

Committee on the Relations of the Departmental Libraries and the General Library, 1917

Box 40   Folder 7

Athletics

Box 40   Folder 8

Biology Library, general

Box 40   Folder 9

Biology Library, correspondence, Allee, W. C.-Bensley, R. R.

Box 41   Folder 1

Biology Library, correspondence, Burton, E. D.-Jordan, E. O.

Box 41   Folder 2

Biology Library, correspondence, Koch, H. C.-Wilkins, E. H.

Box 41   Folder 3

Classical Library

Box 41   Folder 4

Chemistry Library

Box 41   Folder 5

Commerce and Administration

Box 41   Folder 6

Divinity Library (including Hammond Library), correspondence, Beckwith, C. A.-Dickerson, J. S.

Box 41   Folder 7

Divinity Library (including Hammond Library), correspondence, Green, W. E.-Price, I. M.

Box 41   Folder 8

Divinity Library (including Hammond Library), correspondence, Runyan, W.-Votaw, C. W.

Box 41   Folder 9

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 1

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 2

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 3

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 4

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 5

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 6

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 7

School of Education

Box 42   Folder 8

Geology, Geography, and Palenotology Library

Box 42   Folder 9

History Library (including Economics and Sociology)

Box 42   Folder 10

History Library War Collection

Box 43   Folder 1

Hitchcock Library

Box 43   Folder 2

Hitchcock Library

Box 43   Folder 3

Law Library

Box 43   Folder 4

Mathematics Library

Box 43   Folder 5

Medical Library

Box 43   Folder 6

Modern Language Library

Box 43   Folder 7

Musical Library

Box 43   Folder 8

Oriental Institute Library

Box 43   Folder 9

Physics Library

Box 43   Folder 10

Philosophy Library

Box 43   Folder 11

Physiology Library

Box 43   Folder 12

Political Science Library

Box 43   Folder 13

Psychology Library

Box 43   Folder 14

Public Speaking

Box 43   Folder 15

Social Service Administration Library

Box 44   Folder 1

Yerkes Observatory, correspondence, Barrett, S. B.-Burton, E. D.

Box 44   Folder 2

Yerkes Observatory, correspondence, Douglas, C. M.-Frost, E. B.

Box 44   Folder 3

Yerkes Observatory, correspondence, Hanson, J. C. M.-Van Biesbroeck, M.

Series XVI: Miscellaneous

Box 44   Folder 4

Collections other than books

Box 44   Folder 5

University of Chicago Press publications

Box 44   Folder 6

Handbook of the Libraries of the University, general

Box 44   Folder 7

Handbook of the Libraries of the University, 2nd edition, 1913

Box 44   Folder 8

Handbook of the Libraries of the University, 3rd edition, 1916

Box 44   Folder 9

Handbook of the Libraries of the University, 4th edition, 1927

Box 44   Folder 10

Renaissance Society

Box 44   Folder 11

General Catalogue of Incunabula (Haebler), correspondence, American Institute of Graphic Arts-Koch, T. W.

Box 44   Folder 12

General Catalogue of Incunabula (Haebler), correspondence, Meyer, H. H. B.-Wyer, J. I.

Box 44   Folder 13

National Union List of Serials

Box 45   Folder 1

Library scrapbook, 1911-1916

Box 46   Folder 1

Library scrapbook, 1916-1924

Box 47   Folder 1

Library scrapbook, 1925-1928