Cumulative Bibliography of Library History 2000-2018

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE HISTORY OF BOOKS, READING, AND BOOK CULTURE PUBLISHED IN THE LIBRARY HISTORY ROUND TABLE NEWSLETTER (2000-2018)

 

Joel Fishman* and Edward A. Goedeken**

 

Professor Edward Goedeken, Humanities Bibliographer at the Iowa State Library, has since 1990 compiled a semi-annual listing of library history that is published in the Library History Round Table Newsletter. As in previous bibliographies, we have updated the cumulative bibliography backwards to include all references from 2000 down to 2018. Similar to the previous bibliographies, the compilers have cumulated the bibliographies by geographic location. In compiling the bibliography, there have been a few typos corrected, deletion of duplicate entries, and some added entries.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

A. UNITED STATES…1; B. NON-UNITED STATES/NON-WESTERN HEMISPHERE…111; C. EUROPE…119; D. ASIA/ASIA, AFRICA, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND OTHER …168; E. HISTORY OF BOOKS, READING, INFORMATION, AND BOOK CULTURE …186; F. GENERAL HISTORIOGRAPHY, PHILOSOPHY, AND LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE EDUCATION…239

 

 

A. UNITED STATES

 

Abbott, Andrew. “Googles of the Past: Concordances and Scholarship,” Social Science History 37 (Winter 2013): 427-55.

 

Abel, Richard. “Papa Abel Remembers–The Tale of a Band of Booksellers, Fascicle 8: The Birth of the Approval Plan,” Against the Grain 21 (February 2009): 82-84.

 

Accardo, Peter X. "The Library of the Hollis Professor of Divinity to 1778: A Checklist," Harvard Library Bulletin New Series. v. 13 (Summer 2002): 45-67.

 

Adams, Stephanie. "The Accidental Archivist: J.G. de Roulhac Hamilton and the Creation of the Southern Historical Collection at Chapel Hill," (Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2000, 29 pp.

 

Addison, David. “One County, Two Libraries: Watsonville and the Organizing of the Santa Cruz County Library System, 1900-1930,” (Master’s Thesis, San Jose State University), 2015, 181 pp. [Advisor: Debra G. Hansen]

 

Adkins, Denice and Lisa Hussey. “The Library in the Lives of Latino College Students,” Library Quarterly 76 (October 2006): 456-80.

 

Adler, Melissa A. “Broker of Information, the Nation’s Most Important Commodity: The Library of Congress in the Neoliberal Era,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 1 (2015): 24-50.

 

Adler, Melissa. Cruising the Library: Perversities in the Organization of Knowledge (New York: Fordham University Press, 2017) 223 pp. $100.00 ISBN 978-0-8232-763-56. [Analyzes how subject headings can affect access to books]

 

Agar, Jon. “Putting the Spooks Back In? The UK Secret State and the History of Computing,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 1 (2016): 102-24.

 

Agur, Colin. “Negotiated Order: The Fourth Amendment, Telephone Surveillance, and Social Interactions, 1878-1968,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48. No. 4 (2013): 419-47.

 

Ahlers, Glen-Peter. The History of Law School Libraries in the United States: From Laboratory to Cyberspace (Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein & Co., 2002) ISBN 0-83773-002-3.

 

Aho, Jon Arvid and Donald G. Davis, Jr. "Advancing the Scholarship of Library History: The Role of the Journal of Library History and Libraries & Culture," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 173-91.

 

Aiken, Elizabeth Jane. "Referred to the Librarian, with Power to Act: Herbert Putnam and the Boston Public Library," (Papers from the Round Table on Library History Session at the Sixty-Seventh Council and General Conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Boston, Massachusetts, August 16-25, 2001) University of Illinois GSLIS, Occasional Papers, no. 212 (May 2002): 27-37.

 

Aiken, Jane. “Histories of the Library of Congress,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 5-24.

 

Aikin, Jane. “Preparing for a National Emergency: The Committee on Conservation of Cultural Resources, 1939- 1944,” Library Quarterly 77 (July 2007): 257-85.

 

Aiken, Jane. “A Search for Better Ways into the Future: The Library of Congress and its Users in the Interwar Period,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 78-93.

 

Aiken, Jane. “Women and Intellectual Resources: Interpreting Print Culture at the Library of Congress,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 179-207.

 

Aikin, Elizabeth Jane. "High Culture, Low Culture: The Singular Duality of the Library of Congress," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 43-61.

 

Aitchison, Jean and Stella Dextre Clarke. "The Thesaurus: A Historical Viewpoint, with a Look to the Future," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 37, nos. 3/4 (2004): 5-21.

 

Akey, Stephen. Library (Alexandria, Va.: Orchises, 2002) 141 pp. ISBN 0-914061-91-7.

Albright, Margaret and the Reference Department. Rodman Public Library, A History: 1900-2000 (Alliance, OH: Rodman Public Library, 2000).

 

Alexander, Sue and Kathy Field. “History of the Libraries at Middle Tennessee State,” Tennessee Libraries (Online) v. 58, no. 4 (2008). Available at: http://www.tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=254

 

Alkalimat, Abdul and Kate Williams. Roots and Flowers: The Life and Work of Afro-Cuban Librarian Marta Terry González (Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2015) 300 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-936117-64-2.

 

Al-Kanan, Asma J. “Kuwait’s Higher Education Libraries,” IFLA Journal 42 (March 2016): 59-65.

 

Allen, Thea S. “Transformation of the Cataloging Profession over the Past Thirty Years,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2007, 49 pp.

 

Alman, Susan, ed. School Librarianship: Past, Present, and Future (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017) 185 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-7207-1.

 

Alteri, Suzan A. “Curriculum Materials Laboratories: Blast from the Past or Institutionally Relevant?” in Rita Kohrman, ed. Curriculum Materials Collections and Centers: Legacies from the Past, Visions of the Future (Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2012), pp. 23-41.

 

Alteri, Suzan A. “From Laboratory to Library: The History of Wayne State University's Education Library,” Education Libraries 32 (Summer 2009): 12-16.

 

Amata, Ben. “What Difference Does It Make What Congress Published?” DttP 36 (Spring 2008):17-41.

 

Ambrose-Fortune, Brenda. “A History of the Librarians’ Association at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,” North Carolina Libraries (online) 64 (Spring/Summer 2006): 15-20. [Access at: http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_64_1-2_Spring-Summer2006.pdf

 

Ameen, Kanwal. “Developments in the Philosophy of Collection Management: A Historical Review,” Collection Building v. 24, no. 4 (2005): 112-16.

 

Anderies, J.F. "Ethel Louise Lyman and the Beginnings of the Indiana University Music Library," Notes 59 (December 2002): 264-87.

 

Anderson, Heather. “History of the Winterville Library,” North Carolina Libraries (online) 65 (Spring/Summer 2007): 6-11. [http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_65_1-2_Spring-Summer2007.pdf]

 

Anderson, Joseph R. “The Organization and Description of Science Archives in America,” ISIS: Journal of the History of Science in Society 104 (September 2013): 561-72.

 

Anderson, Sarah A. "The Place to Go: The 135th Street Branch Library and the Harlem Renaissance," Library Quarterly 73 (October 2003): 383-421.

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G.B. and Martine Poulain, ed. "Books, Libraries, Reading, and Publishing in the Cold War: Proceedings of an International Conference, 11-12 June 1998, Centre Sèvres, Paris," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): entire issue.

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G.B. and Martine Poulain, eds. Books, Libraries, Reading & Publishing in the Cold War (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2001) 297 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-8444-1506-X.

 

Appel, Elinor. "Seattle's Municipal Reference Library (1913-1992)" Alki 19 (December 2003): 13-16.

 

Apple, Rima D. “Seeking Perfect Motherhood: Women, Medicine, and Libraries,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): 694-705.

 

Ardito, Stephanie. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories," Searcher 11 (June 2003): 36-46.

 

Ardizzone, Heidi. An Illuminated Life: Belle da Costa Greene’s Journey from Prejudice to Privilege (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 2007) 580 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-393-0510-4-9.

 

Arenson, Adam. “A Cultural Barometer: The St. Louis Mercantile Library as National Institution,” Missouri Historical Review 102 (January 2008): 88-102.

 

Arenson, Adam. “Libraries in Public before the Age of Public Libraries: Interpreting the Furnishings and Design of Athenaeums and Other Social Libraries, 1800-1860,” Buschman and Leckie, eds. Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture (Libraries Unlimited, 2007): 41-60.

 

Armentrout, Mary Ellen. Carnegie Libraries of Ohio: Our Cultural Heritage (Wellington, OH: Published by the author, 2003) 207 pp. ISBN 978-0-615122-53-3.

 

Arndt, S. C. “Bringing Books into Baltimore,” Book History v. 16 (2013): 62-88. [Colonial book trade]

 

Arnold, Jonathan. “Please Bring Me Tess of the Dr. Rbyvilles (Harding): The Reading Preferences of American Soldiers during the First World War,” in Shafquat Towheed and Edmund G. C. King, eds, Reading and the First World War: Readers, Texts, Archives (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp. 99-114.

 

Asato, Noriko. “Librarians’ Free Speech: The Challenge of Librarians’ Own Intellectual Freedom to the American Library Association, 1946–2007,” Library Trends 63 (Summer 2014): 75-105.

 

Ashton, Susanna. "A Corrupt Medium: Stephen Burroughs and the Bridgehampton, New York, Library," Libraries & Culture 38 (Spring 2003): 93-120.

 

Aspray, William, Melissa G. Ocepek and George Royer. “On Cars and Food: Reflections on Sources for the Historical Study of Everyday Information Behavior,” Information & Culture 49, no. 4 (2014): 492-525.

 

Attar, K. E. “The Earliest Books at the University of London (1838): 185 Volumes Presented by Nathaniel Vye, Esq.” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 100-111.

 

Attebury, Ramirose and Michael Kroth. “From Pedagogical Museum to Instructional Material Center: Education Libraries at Teacher Training Institutions, 1890s to 1970s,” Education Libraries 35 (Summer/Winter 2012): 48-58.

 

Attig, Derek. “Here Comes the Bookmobile: Public culture and the Shape of Belonging,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2014, 388 pp.

 

Augst, Thomas. “Faith in Reading: Public Libraries, Liberalism, and the Civil Religion,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 148-83.

 

Augst, Thomas. "Introduction: American Libraries and Agencies of Culture," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 5-22.

 

Augst, Thomas. "Making Society Out of Books: The New York Mercantile Library and the Enterprise of Reading," in Thomas Augst, The Clerk’s Tale: Young Men and Moral Life in Nineteenth-Century America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003): 158-206. [Subsections are: Circulating Libraries and the Business of Books; Reading and Breeding for the Profession; and The Liberty of Intellect and the Taste for Fiction]

 

Augst, Thomas and Kenneth Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007) 368 pp. $80.00 ISBN 978-1-55849-590-6.

 

Augst, Thomas and Wayne A. Wiegand, eds. "The Library as an Agency of Change," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): entire issue.

 

Augst, Thomas and Wayne A. Wiegand, eds. Libraries as Agencies of Culture (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002) 211 pp. ISBN 0-29918-304-1. [Part of Print Culture History in Modern America series]

 

Bader, Barbara. “Cleveland and Pittsburgh Create a Profession,” Horn Book 88 (May/June 2012): 27-34.

 

Baenen, Michael A. ""Books, Newspapers, and Sociability in the Making of the Portsmouth Athenaeum," New England Quarterly 76 (September 2003): 378-412.

 

Baenen, Michael A. “A Great and Natural Enemy of Democracy?: Politics and Culture in the Antebellum Portsmouth Athenaeum,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 72-98.

 

Baker, James T. Andrew Carnegie: Robber Baron as American Hero (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2003) 170 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-15-500011-X.

 

Baker, Nicholson. Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper (New York: Random House, 2001) 288 pp. $26.00 ISBN 0-375-50444-3.

 

Bakich, Spencer D. Success and Failure in Limited War: Information and Strategy in the Korean, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, and Iraq Wars (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014) 329 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-0-226-10768-4.

 

Bales, Stephen. The Dialectic of Academic Librarianship: A Critical Approach (Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2015) 194 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-936117-89-5.

 

Bales, Stephen E. “Tracing the Archetypal Academic Librarian,” Library Philosophy and Practice (2009): 1-8. [available at: http://unllib.unl.edu/LPP/bales.pdf]

 

Banda, Anne E. “A Tale of Two Cities: Public Library Development in Milwaukee and Montreal,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), 2006, 207 pp. [Advisor: Marc V. Levine]

 

Bankston, John. Michael L. Printz and the Story of the Michael L. Printz Award (Bear, Del.: Mitchell Lane Publishers, 2003)

 

Barban, Leslie. “The Evolution of Children’s Literature: Getting Sidetracked-Delightfully-at the Baldwin Library,” Children & Libraries 3 (Spring 2005): 43-47.

 

Barbour, A.K. "A Historical Sketch of the Montana State Law Library," Law Library Journal 95 (Winter 2003): 87-99.

 

Barnard, Megan, ed. Collecting the Imagination: The First Fifty Years of the Ransom Center (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2007) 132 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-29271-489-2.

 

Barnum, George and August Imholtz. “Paper Standards, Public Printing, and Preservation: Some Historical Notes on the Government Printing Office's Paper Specifications, 1895 — 1980,” DttP 39 (Fall 2011): 22-25.

 

Barrett, Nina, et al Deering Library: An Illustrated History (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2008) 148 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-8101-2502-1.

 

Basbanes, Nicholas A., and Robert Buckeye. A History of the Library at Middlebury College: 1800-2000: With essays by Nicholas Basbanes and Robert Buckeye; And an index of names, collections, and programs (Middlebury, Vt. :Starr Library, Middlebury College, 2000) 54 pp.

 

Bashore, Melvin L. "Behind Adobe Walls and Iron Bars: The Utah Territorial Penitentiary Library," Libraries & Culture 38 (Summer 2003): 236-49.

 

Basler, Teresa T and David C. Wright. “The Making of a Collection: Mesoamerican Manuscripts at Princeton University,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 1 (2008): 29-55.

 

Battles, David M. The History of Public Library Access for African Americans in the South, or Leaving Behind the Plow (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2009) 171 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-8108-6247-0.

 

Bauer, Siegfried. "Franz Leopold Ranke, the Ranke Library at Syracuse, and the Open Future of Scientific History," Syracuse University Library Associates Courier v. 33 (1998-2001): 7-41.

 

Baule, Steven Michael. "One Hundred Years of School Library and Educational Technology Development: A Case Study of the New Trier Township High School District," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago), 2002, 346 pp.

 

Baumann, Roland M. “Oberlin College and the Movement to Establish an Archives, 1920-1966,” Midwestern Archivist v. 13, no. 1 (1988): 27-38.

 

Bausman, Margaret. A Case Study of the Progressive Era Librarian Edith Guerrier: The Public Library, Social Reform, New Women, and Urban Immigrant Girls,” Library & Information History 32 (November 2016): 272-92.

 

Baye, Michael R., Babur De los Santos, and Matthijs R. Wildenbeest. “Searching for Physical and Digital Media: The Evolution of Platforms for Finding Books,” in Avi Goldfarb, Shane M. Greenstein, and Catherine E. Tucker, eds. Economic Analysis of the Digital Economy (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015), pp. 137-67.

 

Beales, Ross W., Jr. “Ebenezer Parkman’s World of Print: A Country Parson and the Print Culture of Eighteenth-Century Anglo-America,” Library & Information History 31 (November 2015): 229-57.

 

Beall, Julianne and Joan S. Mitchell. “History of the Representation of the DDC in the MARC Classification Format,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 48, no. 1 (2010): 48-63.

 

Beavan, Iain. “Marischal College Library, Aberdeen, in the Nineteenth Century: An Overview,” Library & Information History 31 (November 2015): 258-79.

 

Beck, Clare. "Adelaide Hasse: The Historiography of the Difficult Woman," in Evelyn Kerslake and Mickianne Moody, eds. Gendering Library History (Liverpool: Media Critical and Creative Arts, Liver-pool John Moores University Association for Research in Popular Fictions, 2000), pp. 15-30.

 

Beck, Clare. New Woman as Librarian: The Career of Adelaide Hasse (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2006) 348 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-8108-5106-7.

 

Becker, Patti Clayton. Books and Libraries in American Society during World War II: Weapons in the War of Ideas (New York: Routledge, 2005) 294 pp. $60.00 ISBN 0-415-97179-9.

 

Becker, Patti Clayton. "Up the Hill of Opportunity: American Public Libraries and ALA during World War II," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison), 2002, 417 pp. [Advisor: Wayne Wiegand]

 

Belleh, G. S. and E. v.d. Luft. "Financing North American Medical Libraries in the Nineteenth Century," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 89 (October 2001): 386-94.

 

Bellrnore, Audra. “The University of New Mexico’s Zimmerman Library,” New Mexico Historical Review 88 (Spring 2013): 123-63.

 

Belniak, Theodora. “The History of American Bar Association Accreditation Standards for Academic Law Libraries,” Law Library Journal 106 (Spring 2014): 151-73.

 

Bender, Nathan. "How the West was Written," Journal of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center (Winter 2001): 5-16.

 

Benjamin, Michael. “In Search of the Grail: The Conceptual Origins of the Encyclopedia Africana,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 2 (2014): 204-33.

 

Berg, Kristi, Tom Seymour, and Richa Goel. “History of Databases,” International Journal of Management & Information Systems 17 (2013 1st Quarter): 29-35.

 

Bergquist, Ronald E. “It Could Have Been Bigger, but Its Residents Like it as it is: Small Town Libraries in Moore County, North Carolina,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2006, 397 pp. [Advisor: Claudia Gollop]

 

Berlet, Chip. “The Write Stuff: U.S. Serial Print Culture from Conservatives out to Neo-Nazis,” Library Trends 56 (Winter 2008): 570-600.

 

Bernier, Anthony, Mary K. Chelton, and Christine A. Jenkins. “Two Hundred Years of Young Adult Library Services History: The Chronology,” Voice of Youth Advocates 28 (June 2005): 106-11.

 

Berring, Robert C. “The Education of a Twentieth Century Law Librarian,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 32 (January-June 2013): 1-12.

 

Berring, Robert C. “The Education of a Twentieth Century Law Librarian: Part II, 1975-1978: Days at the Mother Library,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 33 (April-June 2014): 191-202.

 

Berry, S.L. and Mary Ellen Gadski. Stacks: A History of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library (Indianapolis, IN: Indianapolis-Marion County Library Foundation, 2011) $25.00. ISBN 978-0-615-44502-1.

 

Binder, Lucia. “How Bookbird Spread Its Wings--a Short History of the Periodical 1962-1993,” Bookbird: A Journal of International Children's Literature v. 55, no. 4 (2017): 80-81.

 

Bisbort, Alan and Linda Barrett Osborne. The Nation's Library: The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress in Association with Scala Publishers, 2000) 160 pp. ISBN 1-85759-235-2.

 

Bishop, Bradley Wade. “The World of Tomorrow: Geographic Coverages of the Main Street Public Library, ALA Catalogs, and H.W. Wilson Company’s Standard Catalog for Public Libraries,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): 729-48.

 

Biswas, Paromita. “Rooted in the Past: Use of East Indians in Library of Congress Subject Headings,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 56, no. 1 (2018): 1-18.

 

Biswas, Subhankar, and Durga Sankar Rath, “From Maunsell to Lubetzky: A Journey Back in Search of the Root of FRBR among the Cataloguing Codes of Anglo-American Origin” Annals of Library and Information Studies v. 61 (2014): 7–14.

 

Bivens-Tatum, Wayne. Academic Libraries and Librarianship: A History (Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, Litwin Books, 2018 forthcoming)

 

Bjorner, Susanne, and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories: parts 3 and 4: Carlos Cuadra and Roger Summit," Searcher 11 (October 2003): 20-24.

 

Bjorner, Susanne and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories, Part 5: On the Road to LexisNexis," Searcher 12 (January 2004): 40-49.

 

Bjorner, Susanne and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories, Part 6: Mead Data Central and the Genesis of Nexis," Searcher 12 (April 2004): 30-39.

Bjorner, Susanne and Stephanie C. Ardito. “Online before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories, Part 9: The Federal Government’s Role,” Searcher 13 (April 2005): 36-44.

 

Black, Alistair. “The Librarian as Observer, Ambassador, and Tourist: Visits by Three Mid-Twentieth-Century British Librarians to the United States,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 146-59.

 

Black, Alistair and Charles van den Heuvel, eds. “Essays in Honor of W. Boyd Rayward,” Part 1 Library Trends 62 (Fall 2013): entire issue. Part 2 will be published in 2014.

 

Black, Alistair and Henry Gabb. “The Value Proposition of the Corporate Library, Past and Present,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 2 (2016): 192-225.

 

Black, Alistair and K. A. Manley. “Peter Hoare: A Festschrift for His Eightieth Birthday,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 1-7.

 

Black, Jeremy. Clio’s Battles: Historiography in Practice (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2015) 323 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-0-253-01675-1.

 

Black, Robert E. "History of Public Library Cooperation in Arkansas," Arkansas Libraries 60 (October 2003): 6-11.

 

Blahut, Adam. “A study of the founding of the Erie Public Library,” (Unpublished Masters Thesis, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania), 2005, 94 pp.

 

Blair, Amy L. “Tasting and Testing Books: Good Housekeeping’s Literary Canon for the 1920s and 1930s,” REAL Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature v. 31 (2015): 167-83.

 

Blake, Fay M. "Information for All: Oral History Transcript: An Activist Librarian and Library Educator at the University of California, 1961-1984," (Berkeley: Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley) 6 cassettes and transcript. [Blake was on Berkeley LIS faculty from 1971-84]

 

Blake, Virgil L. P. "Forging the Anglo-American Cataloging Alliance: Descriptive Cataloging, 1830-1908," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. ? (2003): 3-22.

 

Blank, Lisa. “Made Marian: Myth and Reality in the Redondo Beach Public Library, 1895-1924,” (Unpublished Master’s Degree, San Jose State University), 2013, 291 pp.

 

Blank, Lisa. “Taking Up the Work: The Library Apprentices of Redondo Beach, California, 1909-1924,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 2 (2018): 1170-201.

 

Blankenship, Lisa and Adonna Flemming. "A History of Library Assessment at the University of Northern Colorado: Fifteen Years of Data Analysis and Program Changes," Advances in Library Administration and Organization v. 21 (2004): 267-82.

 

Bleisch, Pamela R. “Spoilsmen and Daughters of the Republic: Political Interference in the Texas State Library during the Tenure of Elizabeth Howard West, 1911-1925,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 4 (2010): 383- 413.

 

Bleyker, Karin Den. “Central Mississippi Library Council: Twenty-Nine Years of Service to Jackson Area Libraries,” Mississippi Libraries 69 (Summer 2005): 31-35.

 

Blitz, Daniel Frederick. “Charles Fletcher Lummis: Los Angeles City Librarian,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles), 2013, 108 pp.

 

Block, David. "Remote Storage in Research Libraries: A Microhistory," Library Resources & Technical Services 44 (October 2000): 184-89.

 

Block, Marylaine, ed. The Quintessential Searcher: The Wit and Wisdom of Barbara Quint (Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2001) 213 pp. $20.00 ISBN 1-57387-114-1.

 

Bloomberg, Kristin Mapel. “Cultural Critique and Consciousness Raising: Clara Bewick Colby’s Women’s Tribune and Late-Nineteenth Century Radical Feminism,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 27-63.

 

Bluh, Pamela, ed. Commemorating the Past, Celebrating the Present, Creating the Future: Papers in Observance of the 50th Anniversary of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2007).

 

Blyth, Tilly. “Exhibiting Information: Developing the Information Age Gallery at the Science Museum,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 1 (2016): 1-28.

 

Boag, Andrew and Christopher Burke, eds. History of the Monotype Corporation (London: Printing Historical Society, 2014) 432 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-0-9930510-0-5.

 

Bobinski, George. Libraries and Librarianship: Sixty Years of Challenge and Change (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2007) 160 pp. $40.00 ISBN 0-8108-5899-1.

 

Bobinski, George S. "Is the Library Profession Over-Organized?" American Libraries 31 (October 2000): 58-61.

 

Bold, Christine, ed. The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture, Vol. 6: US Popular Print Culture, 1860-1920 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012) 716 pp. $155.00 ISBN 978-0-19-923406-6. [Part of a six volume set; vols. 1 and 6 have been published so far]

 

Bolen, Matthew T. “The American Library Association, US Government, and the Fight fro Intellectual Freedom, 1939-1953,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2006, 62 pp. [Available at: http://etd.ils.unc.edu/dspace/bitstream/1901/266/1/ALA+and+Intellectual+...

 

Bolze, Thomas A. “From Private Passion to Public Virtue: Thomas B. Lockwood and the Making of a Cultural Philanthropist, 1895-1935,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 4 (2010): 414-41.

 

Bond, Trevor James. “From Treasure Room to Archives: The McWhorter Papers and the State College of Washington,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 102 (Spring 2011): 67-78.

 

Bond, Trevor James. “The Hunt for Oregon Missionary Sources: Clifford M. Drury’s Enduring Archives Legacy,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 114 (Spring 2013): 38-63.

 

Bond, William H. “From the Great Desire of Promoting Learning: Thomas Hollis’s Gifts to the Harvard College Library,” Harvard Library Bulletin 19 (Spring-Summer 2008): entire issue.

 

Bonous-Smit, Barbara. “The American Numismatic Society Library and Numismatic Scholarship,” Library & Information History 25 (September 2009): 147-70.

 

Bostaph, Samuel. Andrew Carnegie: An Economic Biography (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015) 125 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-0-7391-898-32.

 

Bostaph, Samuel. Andrew Carnegie: An Economic Biography updated ed. (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017) 163 pp. $20.00 ISBN 978-1-5381-0040-0.

 

Bostick, Sharon L. "The History and Development of Academic Library Consortia in the United States: An Overview," Journal of Academic Librarianship 27 (March 2001): 128-30.

 

Bottando, Evelyn. “Hedging the Commons: Google Books, Libraries, and Open Access to Knowledge,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Iowa), 2012, 225 pp.

 

Bourne, Ann. “Enriching the Collective Resources: An Historical Analysis of the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries, 1984-2009,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alabama), 2013, 245 pp.

 

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Bowen, Amanda. “Harvard’s Fine Arts Library: Collections and Services over 100 Years,” Art Libraries Journal 37 (January 2012): 29-34.

 

Bowen, Amanda and Robert Sennett, eds. “The Fine Arts Library at 50,” Harvard Library Bulletin 23 (Fall 2012): entire issue.

 

Boyd, Donald C. “The Book Women of Kentucky: The WPA Pack Horse Library Project, 1936-1943,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 2 (2007): 111-28.

 

Boyd, Lisa M. "Quest for Equality: Louise Kerr versus the Enoch Pratt Free Library of Baltimore, Maryland," in Culture Keepers III; Making Global Connections: Conference Proceedings of the BCALA National Conference of African American Librarians, Winston-Salem, NC, July 31-August 3, 1997 (Chicago, IL: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, 2000), pp. 379-83.

 

Boyles, Denis. Everything Explained That is Explainable: On the Creation of the Encyclopaedia Britannica’s Celebrated Eleventh Edition, 1910-1911 (New York: Knopf, 2016) 464 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-307-2691-71.

 

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Bradley, Carol June. "Classifying and Cataloguing Music in American Libraries: A Historical Overview," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. ? (2003): 467-82.

 

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Brander, Elisabeth. “A Tale of a Dentist and His Books: Classic Dental Books in the Becker Medical Library,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 103 (April 2015): 107-08.

 

Bray, Robert. “What Abraham Lincoln Read: An Evaluative and Annotated List,” Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 28 (Summer 2007): 28-81.

 

Brazile, Orella R. and Jane Redden O’Riley. “Muriel Belton Boyd: A Legend in Librarianship among Black Librarians in Louisiana,” Louisiana Libraries 67 (Winter 2005): 3-6.

 

Breay, Claire and Bernard Meehan, eds. The St. Cuthbert Gospel: Studies on the Insular Manuscript of the Gospel of John (London: British Library, 2015) 224 pp. $65.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5765-4.

 

Breisch, Kenneth. American Libraries, 1730-1950 (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2017) 314 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-0-393-73160-6.

 

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Briscoe, Peter. Reading the Map of Knowledge: The Art of Being a Librarian (Grand Terrace, CA: Palo Verde Press, 2001) 27 pp. $5.00 ISBN 0-96348981-X.

 

Brodherson, David. “Public Library Picture Collecting in Nineteenth-Century America,” Library & Information History 28 (March 2012): 3-25.

 

Brown, Candy Gunther. “Publicizing Domestic Piety: The Cultural Work of Religious Texts in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 35-54.

 

Brown, Dale Patrick. Brilliance and Balderdash: Early Lectures at Cincinnati’s Mercantile Library (Cincinnati, OH: Mercantile Library, 2007) 163 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-9788915-0-3.

 

Brown, Katharine L. Books Bring Adventure: The story of the Staunton Public Library (Staunton, Va.: Lot's Wife Publishing, 2000) 89 pp.

 

Browne, Dorothy M. “New York City Museums and Cultural Leadership, 1917-1940,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, City University of New York), 2008, 233 pp.

 

Brown-Syed, Christopher. Parents of Invention: The Development of Library Automation Systems in the Late 20th Century (Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2011) 145 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-1-59158-792-7.

 

Bryant, Jimmy and David Bowie. "When Torreyson Library was State Normal School Library," Arkansas Libraries 59 (February 2002): 25-27.

 

Buchanan, Sarah A. “Regional information science: Education and disciplinary precept in the Los Angeles Chapter of ASIST, 1961-2011,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 62 (November 2011): 277-89.

 

Buchanan, Sarah. “Designing the Research Commons: Classical Models for School Libraries,” School Libraries Worldwide 18 (January 2012): 56-69.

 

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Budd, John M. "Jesse Shera, Sociologist of Knowledge?" Library Quarterly 72 (October 2002): 423-40.

 

Budd, John M. "The Library, Praxis, and Symbolic Power," Library Quarterly 73 (January 2003): 19-32. [Response to Wiegand's "Tunnel Vision and Blind Spots: What the Past Tells Us about the Present," LQ 69 (January 1999): 1-32]

 

Burgess, John Timothy Freedom. “Virtue Ethics and the Narrative Identity of American Librarianship 1876 to the Present,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alabama), 2013, 191 pp.

 

Burk, William R. “The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library and the Sciences, 1795-1902,” North Carolina Libraries 67 (Spring/Summer 2009): 2-16 [ http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_67_1-2_Spring- Summer2009.pdf]

 

Burke, Colin. Information & Intrigue: From Index Cards to Dewey Decimals to Alger Hiss (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2014) 370 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-262-0270-21.

 

Burke, Colin. “Thanks, Prof. Rayward, for Explaining . . . “ Library Trends 62 (Fall 2013): 293-301.

 

Burke, Cynthia, Stephen Greenberg, and Terry Ahmed. “Serving our Colleagues: Reference and History of Medicine Services from the National Library of Medicine,” Medical Reference Services Quarterly 26 (Spring 2007): 73-80.

 

Burke, Peter. What is the History of Knowledge? (Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2016) 156 pp. $20.00 ISBN 978-0-7456-6984-7.

 

Burkett, Randall K. “The Joy of Finding Periodicals Not in Danky,” Library Trends 56 (Winter 2008): 601-17.

 

Burleigh, Nina. Stranger and the Statesman: James Smithson, John Quincy Adams, and the Making of America's Greatest Museum: The Smithsonian (New York: William Morrow, 2003) 298 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-06-000241-7.

 

Burlingham, Cynthia and Bruce Whiteman, eds. The World from Here: Treasures of the Great Libraries of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Hammer Museum, 2001) 464 pp. ISBN 0-89236-659-1.

 

Burnley, Alesia. “Lebanon-Wilson County Library,” Tennessee Libraries (Online) v. 59, no. 2 (2009): http://www.tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=285

 

Burns, C. Sean. “Academic Libraries and Automation: A Historical Reflection on Ralph Halsted Parker,” portal: Libraries & the Academy 14 (January 2014): 87-102.

 

Burt, Laura. “Vivian Harsh, Adult Education, and the Library’s Role as Community Center,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 2 (2009): 234-55.

 

 

Buschman, John. “The Library in the Life of the Public: Implications of a Neoliberal Age,” Library Quarterly 87 (January 2017): 55-70.

 

Buschman, John. “On Democracy and Libraries,” Library Quarterly 88 (January 2018): 23-40.

 

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Buschman, John E. and Gloria J. Leckie, eds. Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture (Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2007) 260 pp. $50.00 ISBN 1-59158-382-9.

 

Butler, A. Hays. “Frederick Hicks’s Strategic Vision for Law Librarianship,” Law Library Journal 98 (Spring 2006): 367-79.

 

Butler, Rebecca P. and Lucy F. Townsend. "Constructing the Audiovisual Educator: A Gender Sensitive Analysis of Audiotapes," Vitae Scholasticae 19 (Spring 2000): 77-91.

 

Byard, Paul Spencer et al. The Making of the Morgan from Charles McKim to Renzo Piano (New York: The Morgan Library & Museum, 2008) 138 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-87598-149-9.

 

Byrd, Gary D. and James Shedlock. "The Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries "Annual Statistics": An Exploratory Twenty-Five-Year Trend Analysis," Journal of the Medical Library Association 91 (April 2003): 186-202.

 

Cahill, Maria and Jennifer Moore. “A Sound History,” Children & Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children 15 (Spring 2017): 22-29. [reviews history of audiobooks]

 

Cain, Kathleen. "Of Blizzards, Bytes, and Virtual Beginnings: Front Range Community College's Boulder County Campus Libraries," Colorado Libraries 27 (Fall 2001): 4-6.

 

Calasso, Roberto. The Art of the Publisher (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015) 148 pp. $23.00 ISBN 978-0-374-18823-8.

 

Caminita, Cristina, Michael Cook, and Amy Paster. “Thirty Years of Preserving, Discovering, and Accessing U.S. Agricultural Information: Past Progress and Current Challenges,” Library Trends 65 (Winter 2017): 293–315.

 

Campbell, Douglas. “Reexamining the Origins of the Adoption of the ALA’s Library Bill of Rights,” Library Trends (Summer 2014): 42-56.

 

Campbell, Gail C. “History of the Johnson City Public Library,” Tennessee Libraries (Online) v.59, no. 2 (2009): http://www.tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=175

 

Carbo, Toni and Trudi Bellardo Hahn, eds. International Perspectives on the History of Information Science and Technology: Proceedings of the ASIS&T 2012 Pre-Conference on the History of ASIS&T and Information Science and Technology (Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2012)213 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-1-57387-476-2.

 

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Carlson, Sharon Lee. "Ladies' Library Associations of Michigan: Women, Reform, and Use of Public Space," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Western Michigan University), 2002, 430 pp.

 

Carlyon, Jonathan Earl. "The Americanist Andrés González de Barcia Carballido y Zúniga (1673-1743) and the Creation of the Colonial Spanish American Library," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Connecticut), 2003, 278 pp.

 

Carmichael, James V., Jr. "They Sure Got to Prove it on Me: Millennial Thoughts on Gay Archives, Gay Biography, and Gay Library History," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 88-102.

 

Carmichael, James V., Jr. “Southern Librarianship and the Culture of Resentment,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 324-52.

 

Carpenter, Kenneth E. “America’s Most Influential Library?” in Richard Wendorf, ed., The Boston Athenaeum: Bicentennial Essays (Boston: Athenaeum, 2009), pp. 33-68.

 

Carpenter, Kenneth E. "Justin Winsor, Librarian and Scholar," (Papers from the Round Table on Library History Session at the Sixty-Seventh Council and General Conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Boston, Massachusetts, August 16-25, 2001) University of Illinois GSLIS, Occasional Papers, no. 212 (May 2002): 5-16.

 

Carpenter, Kenneth. “Toward a New Cultural Design: The American Council of Learned Societies, the Social Science Research Council, and Libraries in the 1930s,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 283-309.

 

Carpenter, Kenneth E. “Translating Benjamin Franklin’s Way to Wealth into German . . . and Then Back into English,” Harvard Library Bulletin 25 (Summer 2014): 55-71.

 

Carr, David. The Promise of Cultural Institutions (Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press, 2003) 213 pp. $69.00 ISBN 0-7591-0291-0.

 

Carroll, Mary and Sue Reynolds. “There and Back Again: Reimagining the Public Library for the Twenty-First Century,” Library Trends 62 (Winter 2014): 581-95.

 

Carruthers, Alexandra. “Social Reproduction in the Early American Public Library: Exploring the Connections between Capital and Gender,” in Erik Estep and Nathaniel Enright, eds. Class and Librarianship: Essays at the Intersection of Information, Labor and Capital (Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2016), pp. 25-48.

Carter, Ruth C. "Editing Library Science Journals: Reflections on Change and Constancy in Almost Two Decades of Editing Library Science Journals," Serials Librarian v. 43, no. 2 (2002): 41-47.

 

Cary, Larry. “The 35-year history of The Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives,” American Communist History 12 (April 2013): 17-29.

 

Case, Mary M. "Igniting Change in Scholarly Communication: SPARC, Its Past, Present, and Future," Advances in Librarianship vol. 26 (2002): 1-27.

 

Castaneda, Terri. “Making News: Marie Potts and the Smoke Signal of the Federated Indians of California,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 77-125.

 

Castronovo, Russ. Propaganda 1776: Secrets, Leaks, and Revolutionary Communications in Early America (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014) 256 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-01-99354-90-0.

 

Caudell, M. "WPA Library Projects in Indiana," Indiana Libraries v. 20, no. 1 (2001): 7-14.

Chancellor, Renate L. “E. J. Josey: A Historical Look at a Civil Rights Activist and Transformative Leader in the Modern Library Profession,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008) 225 pp. [Advisor: Mary Niles Maack]

 

“Celebrating 90 Years,” Catholic Library World 81 (March 2011): 181-93. [history of Catholic Library Association].

 

Chanchani, Samiran. "Architecture and Central Public Libraries in American, 1887-1925: A Study of Conflicting Institutions and Mediated Designs," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Georgia Institute of Technology), 2002, 352 pp.

 

Chao, Sheau-yueh J. "Library Cooperation on Overseas Chinese Studies: From Resource Sharing to the Development of Library Collections," Collection Building v. 20, no. 3 (2001): 123-30.

 

Charles, Patrick J. “Legal Publishing Advertisements During the Second World War, Korean War, Cold War, and Vietnam War,” AALL Spectrum 17 (February 2013): 20-43.

 

Cheeks, Elizabeth B. “Talladega Public Library 1908-1958: The First Fifty Years,” Alabama Librarian v. 54, no. 2 (2004): 26-31.

 

Chen, Robin S. D. “The Principle Library Buildings of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in Context,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2005, 67 pp.

 

Christian, Shawn Anthony. The Harlem Renaissance and the Idea of a New Negro Reader (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2016) 140 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-1-62534-200-3.

 

“Chronology and Bibliography of Donald G. Davis, Jr.” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 475-91.

 

“Chronology and Bibliography of John Y. Cole,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 133-61.

 

Chu, Felix T. There’s Another Way to Do it: Reflections on Librarianship (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2005) 115 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-8108-5191-1.

 

Chung, Su Kim. “We Seek to Be Patient: Jeanne Wier and the Nevada Historical Society, 1904-1950,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles), 2015, 410 pp. [Advisor: Mary Niles Maack]

 

Church, John A. “William J. Burrow: A Remebrance and Appreciation,” American Archivist 68 (Spring/Summer 2005): 152-60. [Burrow (1904-1967) developed techniques for preserving books and manuscripts]

 

Claridge, Laura. The Lady with the Borzoi: Blanche Knopf, Literary Tastemaker Extraordinaire (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2016) 352 pp. $27.00 ISBN 978-0-374-11425-1.

 

Clark, Richard Ivy. “Breaking Records: The History of Bibliographic Records and Their Influence in Conceptualizing Bibliographic Data,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 53 (April-June 2015): 286-302.

 

Clay, C., “The Modern Weekly for the Modern Woman”: Time and Tide, Feminism and Interwar Print Culture,” Women: A Cultural Review v. 27 (2016): 397–411.

 

Clement, Tanya. “The Ear and the Shunting Yard: Meaning Making as Resonance in Early Information Theory,” Information & Culture 49, no. 4 (2014): 401-26.

 

Clemmons, Nancy W. "Lucretia's View: An Interview with Lucretia W. McClure about Medical Reference through the Years," Medical Reference Services Quarterly 20 (Spring 2001): 1-10. [McClure discusses her 35-year career in medical librarianship]

 

Cloonan, Michele V. “Alice Millard and the Gospel of Beauty and Taste,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 159-78.

 

Cogdill, Keith W. “Progress in Health Sciences Librarianship: 1970-2005,” Advances in Librarianship v. 30 (2006): 145-77.

 

Cohen, Ari. "ESL: Engineering Societies Library: End of a Special Library," Science & Technologies Library v. 19, no. 1 (2000): 3-20.

 

Cohen, Charles and Paul S. Boyer, eds. Religion and the Culture of Print in Modern America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2008) 392 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-299-22574-2. [Part of Print Culture History in Modern America Series]

 

Cohen, Donna K. "Andrew Carnegie and Academic Library Philanthropy: The Case of Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida," Libraries & Culture 35 (Summer 2000): 389-413.

 

Cohen, Henry and Mary Minow. “Intellectual Freedom in Libraries: Then and Now,” Advances in Librarianship v. 30 (2006): 73-101.

 

Cohen, Matt and Jeffrey Glover, eds. Colonial Mediascapes: Sensory Worlds of the Early Americas (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2014) 438 pp. $40.00 978-0-8032-3239-6. [focuses on Native American communication]

 

Cohn, Barbara Madgy and Patrice Rafail Merritt. The Detroit Public Library: An American Classic (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2017) 183 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-8143-4232-9.

 

Cole, John Y. America’s Greatest Library: An Illustrated History of the Library of Congress (London: D. Giles, 2017) 256 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-1-911-282-13-6.

 

Cole, John Y. “The Book Palace of the American People: An Introduction and Reflection,” Library Quarterly 80 (October 2010): 301-10.

 

Cole, John Y. “The Library of Congress Becomes a World Library, 1815-2005,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 385-98.

 

Coleman, Anita S. “William Stetson Merrill and Bricolage for Information Studies,” Journal of Documentation v. 62, no. 4 (2006): 462-81.

 

Coleman, Brenda Weeks. “Keeping the Faith: The Public Library’s Commitment to Adult Education, 1950-2006,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern Mississippi), 2008, 661 pp.

 

Colpitts, George. “Knowing nature in the business records of the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670–1840,” Business History v. 59, no. 7 (2017): 1054-80.

 

Conard, Rebecca. Benjamin Shambaugh and the Intellectual Foundations of Public History (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2002) 247 pp. $33.00 ISBN 0-877-45789-1. [History of State Historical Society of Iowa]

 

Conaway, James. America's Library: The Story of the Library of Congress, 1800-2000 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000) 256 pp. $40.00 ISBN 0-300-0830-84.

 

Connor, Jennifer. Guardians of Medical Knowledge: The Genesis of the Medical Library Assocation ed. by Beryl Glitz (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2000) 248 pp. $65.00 ISBN 0-8108-3470-7.

 

Connor, Jennifer J. “Only for Purely Scientific Institutions: The Medical Library Association's Exchange, 1898- 1950s,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 99 (April 2011): 118-26.

 

Cook, Karen. “Freedom Libraries in the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer Project: A History,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alabama), 2008, 491 pp. [Advisor: Margaret Stieg Dalton]

 

Cook, Karen. “Struggles Within: Lura G. Currier, the Mississippi Library Commission, and Library Services to African Americans,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 1 (2013): 134-56.

 

Cooke, Nicole A. “The GSLS Carnegie Scholars: Guests in Someone Else’s House,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 1 (2017): 46-71.

 

Cope, Jonathan. “Libraries, Knowledge, and the Common Good: The Cultural Politics of Labor Republicanism in Progressive-Era Wheeling, West Virginia,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 56-69.

 

Cope, Russell. "Disputing the History of the American Library Profession: A Review Article," Australian Library Journal 51 (August 2002): 239-46.

 

Coppersmith, Jonathan. Faxed: The Rise and Fall of the Fax Machine (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015) 308 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-1-142-1415-9-18.

 

Correia, K. and Gonzales, J. "State Librarians, 1850-Present," California State Library Foundation Bulletin no. 68 (Spring/Summer 2000): 1-18. [This article is followed by an historical chronology of the California State Library, pp. 19-36.

 

Cortana, James W. “Doing History in the Olden Days, 1970s-1990s,” IEEE Annals of the History of Computing v. 37 (2015): 84-88.

 

Cortada, James W. “A History of Information in the United States since 1870,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 1 (2017): 64-84.

 

Cortada, James W. “How to Write a National History of Information: The Case of All the Facts: A History of Information in the United States since 1870,” Library & Information History v. 34, no. 1 (2018): 23-39.

 

Cortada, James W. “When Knowledge Transfer Goes Global: How People and Organizations Learned about Information Technology, 1945–1970,” Enterprise & Society 15 (March 2014): 68-102.

 

Corwin, Euphemia. “Twenty-Five Years of the Kentucky Library Association,” Kentucky Libraries 70 (Summer 2006): 8-12.

 

Courtney, Nancy. "Barbarians at the Gates: A Half-Century of Unaffiliated Users in Academic Libraries," Journal of Academic Librarianship 27 (November 2001): 473-80.

 

Cox, Richard J. "America's Pyramids: Presidents and Their Libraries," Government Information Quarterly v. 19, no. 1 (2002): 45-75. [Historical overview of the presidential library system]

 

Cox, Richard J. "The Failure or Future of American Archival History: A Somewhat Unorthodox View," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 141-54.

 

Cox, Richard J. “Lester J. Cappon, and Unwritten Textbook, and Early Archival Education in the United States,” Information & Culture v. 49. No. 3 (2014): 327-50.

 

Cox, Richard J. Vandals in the Stacks? A Response to Nicholson Baker's Assault on Libraries (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002) 219 pp. $65.00 ISBN 0-313-32344-5.

 

Cox, Richard James. “Lester J. Cappon and the Idea of the Public Scholar,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 1 (2017): 126-51.

 

Coyle, Karen. “The Evolving Catalog,” American Libraries 47 (January/February 2016): 48-53.

Crackel, T. J., V. Fredrick Rickey, and J. S. Silverberg. “Provenance Lost? George Washington’s Books and Papers Lost, Found, and (on Occasion) Lost Again,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America v. 111 (2017): 203–220.

 

Crawford, John C. “Mutual Improvement and Library Activity: Overviewing the Evidence,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 34-45.

 

Crawford, Susan J. “The Evolution of Biomedical Communication as Reflected by the National Library of Medicine,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 104 (January 2016): 67-71.

 

Crawford-Franklin, Christopher and Lyn Robinson. “Even in an Age of Wonders: Radio as an Information Resource in 1920s America,” Journal of Documentation v. 69, no. 3 (2013): 417-34.

 

Cronin, Blaise and Cassidy R. Sugimoto. “Putting Boyd in His Place,” Library Trends 62 (Fall 2013): 282-92.

 

Croteau, Jeffrey. “Yet More American Circulating Libraries: A Preliminary Checklist of Brooklyn (New York) Circulating Libraries,” Library History 22 (November 2006): 171-80.

 

Crowley, Bill. “Rediscovering the History of Readers Advisory Service,” Public Libraries 44 (January/February 2005): 37-41.

 

Cummings, Jennifer. “How Can We Fail?: The Texas State Library’s Traveling Libraries and Bookmobiles, 1916- 1966,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 3 (2009): 299-325.

 

Cutter, Jamie I. “Getting By at the Benjamin Mays Black Branch: Library Access for African Americans in Jim Crow South Carolina, 1940-1971,” (Unpublished Master’s Degree, San Jose State University), 2011, 139 pp.

 

Dain, Phyllis. "The Historical Sensibility," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 240-43.

 

Dain, Phyllis. New York Public Library: A Universe of Knowledge (New York: New York Public Library, 2000) 144 pp. $20.00 ISBN 1-857592-344-4.

 

Daines, J. Gordon, III. “For the City’s Benefit: The Boise Women’s Columbian Club and he Quest for a Carnegie Building, 1893-1914,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 107 (Fall 2016): 170-85.

 

Dalbello, Marija. “Ellis Island Library: The Tower of Babel at America’s Gate,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 28-55.

 

Dalton, Margaret Stieg. “The International Relations Office, 1956-1972,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 609-22.

 

Dalton, Margaret Stieg and Laurie Charnigo. "Historians and Their Information Sources," College & Research Libraries 65 (September 2004): 400-425. [This updates Stieg's 1981 article]

 

Daniels, Caroline. “The Feminine Touch Has Not Been Wanting: Women Librarians at Camp Zachary Taylor, 1917-1919,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 3 (2008): 286-307.

 

Danky, James P. and Wayne A. Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006) 308 pp. $29.95 ISBN 0- 299-21784-1. [part of Print Culture in Modern America series] [available electronically at: http://parallelpress.library.wisc.edu/books/wip/WomenInPrint.pdf

 

Dash, Barbara L. “A Visionary Acquisition: The Yudin Collection at the Library of Congress,” Slavic & East European Information Resources v. 9, no. 2 (2008): 92-114.

 

Daugherty, Robert and Robert F. Moran, Jr. “A Brief History and Timeline of the Library Administration and Management Association, 1957-2007,” Library Administration & Management 21 (Summer 2007): 109-23.

 

David, Gary Jr. “Reading Roman History to Understand the French Revolution: Rufus King’s Commonplacing of Edward Gibbon, 1799-1803,” Library & Information History 30 (November 2014): 233-53.

 

Davidsen, Susanna L. “The Internet Public Library and the History of Library Portals,” Journal of Library Administration v. 43, nos. 1/2 (2005): 5-18.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr., comp. “Association for Library and Information Science Education (Association of American Library Schools) Officers and Meetings, 1991-2005,” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 46 (Summer 2005): 271-74.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr., ed. Dictionary of American Library Biography, Second Supplement (Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2003) 250 pp. $60.00 ISBN 1-56308-868-1.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr. "Eric Moon as the Twentieth-Century Embodiment of Melvil Dewey? A Review Essay," Libraries & Culture 38 (Fall 2003): 389-97.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr. “Ninety Years of Education for the Profession: Reflections on the Early Years,” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 46 (Summer 2005): 266-70.

 

Davis, Donald G. Jr. "TLA & Texas Libraries: The Early Years," Texas Library Journal 77 (Summer 2001): 55-57.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr. and Jon Arvid Aho. "Whither Library History? A Critical Essay on Black’s Model for the Future of Library History, with some Additional Options," Library History 17 (March 2001): 21-37. [followed by a response from Black, pp. 37-39].

 

Davis, Donald G. Jr. and John Mark Tucker. “The Impact of the Christian Faith on Books, Publishing, and Libraries: American Organizations and Leaders in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 112-22.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr. and John Mark Tucker. "Written for Our Instruction: Professional Ancestors Who Integrated Faith and Practice," (Association of Christian Librarians Conference Workshop, 13 June 2002) unpublished paper.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr. assisted by Nathaniel Feis. "With Malice toward None: IFLA and the Cold War," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 1-15.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr., Deon Dempsey, and A. E. Skinner. A Bibliography of Texas Library History, 1685-2000 (Austin, TX: Eakin Press, 2002) ISBN: 1-571687-16-5.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr., Jon Arvid, Aho Arvid, and A. E. Skinner. A Chronology of Texas Library History, 1685-2000 (Austin, TX: Eakin Press, 2002) ISBN: 1-571687-15-7.

 

Davis, Donald G., Jr., Kenneth E. Carpenter, Wayne A. Wiegand, and Jane Aikin. "Winsor, Dewey, and Putnam: The Boston Experience," (Papers from the Round Table on Library History Session at the Sixty-Seventh Council and General Conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Boston, Massachusetts, Au-gust 16-25, 2001) University of Illinois GSLIS, Occasional Papers, no. 212 (May 2002): 1-37.

 

Davis, Donald G. Jr., Olga Diakonova, and Ludmila Kozlova. "Strengthening Links between Library Associations and Their Members: The 25th Anniversary of the IFLA Section of Library and Information Science Journals," IFLA Journal v. 29, no. 3 (2003): 235-44.

 

Davis, Melvin Duane. “Collecting Hispania: Archer Huntington’s Quest to Develop Hispanic Collections in the United States,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alabama), 2005, 246 pp. [Founded Hispanic Reading Room and Hispanic Foundation at the Library of Congress]

 

Dawson, Alma. "Celebrating African-American Librarians and Librarianship," Library Trends 49 (Summer 2000): 49-87.

 

Dawson, Alma and Florence Jumonville, eds. A History of the Louisiana Library Association: A Preliminary Review (Baton Rouge, La.: Louisiana Library Association, History Committee, 2001) 24 pp.

 

Dawson, Elizabeth Murell. "Reference Group Theory and its Implications for a Study of Jeanes Supervisors in Leon County, Florida (1908-1968)" (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Florida State University), 2001, 374 pp. [Advisor: Elfreda A. Chatman]

 

Dawson, Robert. The Public Library: A Photographic Essay (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2014) 191 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-61689-217-3.

 

de Groat, Greta. “A History of Video Game Cataloging in U.S. Libraries,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 53 (February-March 2015): 135-56.

 

Dean, Roberta A. "Development of the Avalon and Stone Harbor School Library Media Programs: A Case Study." (Unpublished Master's thesis, Rowan University), 2000. [Thesis Advisor: Holly G. Willett]

 

DeCoster, Elizabeth. “Which Side Are You On?: Seven Social Responsibility Debates in American Librarianship, 1990-2015,” Library Quarterly 87 (July 2017): 290-92.

 

DeFrange, Timothy. "The True Tale of O.E.L.M.A.: A Brief Account of the History of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association," Ohio Media Spectrum 53 (Spring 2001): 9-13.

 

Dehmlow, Mark. “Information Technology and Libraries at 50: The 1980s in Review,” Information Technology & Libraries 37 (September 2018): 8-11.

 

Dekydtspotter, Lori. “Slavic Treasures in the Midwest: The Lilly Library’s Czech Language and Literature Collections.” Indiana Libraries v. 33, no. 1 (2014): 19-21.

 

Deng, Liya. “The Evolution of Library Reference Services: From General to Special, 1876-1920s,” Libri 64 (September 2014): 254-62.

 

Deng, Sai. “From Birth to Maturity: The Chinese American Librarians Association,” in Janet Hunju Clarke, Raymond Pun, and Monnee Tong, eds. Asian American Librarians and Library Services: Activism, Collaborations, and Strategies (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018), pp. 41-50.

 

Dewey, Scott Hamilton. “Growing Pains: The History of the UCLA Law Library, 1949-2000,” Law Library Journal 108 (Spring 2016): 217-36.

 

Deyrup, Marta Mestrovic. “Change-Masters All: A Series on Librarians Who Steered a Clear Course toward the Twenty-First Century: An Interview with Marianne Gaunt,” Library Administration & Management 21 (Summer 2007): 124-28.

 

Dibbell, Jeremy B. “A Library of the Most Celebrated & Approval Authors: The First Purchase Collection of Union College,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 4 (2008): 367-96. [Winner of Justin Winsor Prize for 2007- 2008]

 

Dickerson, Shirley H. “The Emotional Memories of Selected Veteran Academic Librarians: Their Lived Experiences in the 20th Century Academic Library,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Sam Houston State University), 2015, 233 pp. [Advisor: Rebecca Bustamante]

 

Dicks, Roy C. Wake County Public Libraries: A Sourvenir Centennial History, 1901-2001 (Raleigh, NC: Wake County Public Libraries, 2000) 59 pp.

 

Dickstein, Phyllis. “The Dag Hammarskjöld Library, 1965-2005: Modernization and Outreach,” Library History 22 (July 2006): 101-16.

 

Dietrich, Lucas. “At the Dawning of the Twentieth Century: W.E.B. Du Bois, A.C. McClurg & Co., and the Early Circulation of The Souls of Black Folk,” Book History v. 20 (2017): 307-29.

 

Dilevko, Juris. “An Alternative Vision of Librarianship: James Danky and the Sociocultural Politics of Collection Development,” Library Trends 56 (Winter 2008): 678-704.

 

Dilevko, Juris and Candice F. C. Magowan. Reader’s Advisory Service in North American Public Libraries, 1870- 2005: A History and Critical Analysis (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2007) 252 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0- 786-4292-57.

 

Dilevko, Juris and Lisa Gottlieb. "The Celebration of Health in the Celebration Library," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 105-33.

 

Dilevko, Juris and Lisa Gottlieb. "The Portrayal of Librarians in Obituaries at the End of the Twentieth Century," Library Quarterly 74 (April 2004): 152-80.

 

Dillon, Brian Dervin. “Honoring a Lifetime of Achievement: The Notable Career of Librarian and Historian Richard H. Dillon,” California State Library Foundation Bulletin no. 83 (2006): 12-19.

 

Dimaya, Pedro Damo. “Relationships of Some Service Aspects of the Libraries under the Bureau of Public Libraries in the Philippines,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Tulsa), 1959, 84 pp.

 

Dobbs, Ann Raber. “The Public Library Movement, the Denver Public Library, and Progressivism,” (Masters’ Thesis, University of Colorado at Boulder), 1981, 110 pp.

 

Doe, Janet. “The Development of Education for Medical Librarianship,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 100 (October 2012): 213-20.

 

Donaldson, Bobby. "Circles of Learning: Exploring the Library of Carter G. Woodson,” Journal of African American History 93 (Winter 2008): 80-87.

 

Donnelly, Francis P. “The Geographic Distribution of United States Public Libraries: An Analysis of Locations and Service Areas,” Journal of Librarianship & Information Science 46 (June 2014): 110-29.

 

Douglas, Scott. Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian (Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2008) 330 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0-7867-2091-0.

 

Doyle, Tony. "A Critical Discussion of The Ethical Presuppositions behind the Library Bill of Rights," Library Quarterly 72 (July 2002): 275-93. [The article had first appeared in the October 2000 issue of Library Quarterly]

 

Dredge, Bart. “Contradictions of Corporate Benevolence: Industrial Libraries in the Southern Textile Industry, 1920-1945,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 3 (2008): 308-26.

 

Driscoll, Kevin. “Professional Work for Nothing: Software Commercialization and An Open Letter to Hobbyists,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 257-83.

 

Drucker, Donna J. The Classification of Sex: Alfred Kinsey and the Organization of Knowledge (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014) 244 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-8229-6303-5.

 

Drucker, Donna J. “How Subjects Matter: The Kinsey Institute’s Sexual Nomenclature: A Thesaurus (1976)” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 2 (2017): 207-28.

 

Dubcovsky, Alejandra. Informed Power: Communication in the Early American South (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016) 287 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-674-66018-2.

 

Duckett, Bob. “The Library at Thrushcroft Grange: The Pennine Library of Robert Heaton,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 72-87.

 

Dugan, Hammond. “The Past is Prelude: K.L.A.’s First Forty Years,” Kentucky Libraries 70 (Summer 2006): 13-18.

 

Duggar, David C. "Natchitoches Parish Library: A Historic Beginning and a Shining Future," Louisiana Libraries 65 (Spring 2003): 27-31.

 

Duignan, Peter. "The Library of the Hoover Institution. On War, Revolution and Peace: Part I: Origin and Growth," Library History 17 (March 2001): 3-19.

 

Duignan, Peter. "The Library of the Hoover Institution. On War, Revolution and Peace: Part 2: The Campbell Years," Library History 17 (July 2001): 107-18.

 

Dunkin, Paul S. “The Development of Technical Services Training,” Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 56 (Winter 2015): 27-35.

 

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh, et al. eds. A Great Library Easily Begets Affection: Memories of the William L. Clements Library, 1923–2015 (Ann Arbor: William L. Clements Library, 2015).

 

Dupont, Christian Y. “Reading and Collecting Dante in America: Harvard College Library and the Dante Society,” Harvard Library Bulletin 22 (Spring 2011): 1-57.

 

Eamon, Michael. Imprinting Britain: Newspapers, Sociability, and the Shaping of British North America (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015) 263 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-7735-4491-8.

 

Eaton, Gale. “The Education of Alice M. Jordan and the Origins of the Boston Public Library Training School,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 1 (2011): 26-49.

 

Eaton, Gale. The Education of Alice M. Jordan: Navigating a Career in Children’s Librarianship (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2014) 254 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-3647-9.

 

Eberhart, George M. “Everything You Needed to Know about Libraries,” American Libraries 37 (January 2006): 44-47.

 

Ebert, Myrl. “The Rise and Development of the American Medical Periodical 1797-1850,” Journal of the Medical Library Association v. 100 supplement (October 2012): 243-76.

 

Eddy, Jacalyn. "We Have Become Too Tender-Hearted: The Language of Gender in the Public Library, 1880-1920," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 155-72.

 

Edelman, Hendrik. “Intelligent Design and the Evolution of American Research Collections: A Personal Reflection,” Library Resources & Technical Services 50 (October 2006): 234-38.

 

Edelman, Hedrick. “Nijhoff in America Booksellers from the Netherlands and the Development of American Research Libraries – Part I,” Quaerendo 40 (Summer 2010): 166-226.

 

 

Edelman, Hendrik. “Nijhoff in America: Booksellers from the Netherlands and the Development of Research Libraries—Part 3,” Quaerendo v. 43 (2013): 1-24.

 

Elkington, Nancy E. and Dennis Massie. "The Changing Nature of International Resource Sharing: Risks and Benefits of Collaboration," Interlending & Document Supply 27 (December 1999): 148-53. [has historical aspects]

 

Eller, Daryn. “California Librarians and the Vietnam War, 1967-1972,” (Master’s Thesis, San Jose State University), 2009, 171 pp. [Advisor: Debra Hansen]

 

Ellis, Ryan. “Disinfecting the Mail: Disease, Panic, and the Post Office Department in Nineteenth-Century America,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 4 (2017): 436-61.

 

Elmborg, James and Christine Pawley. "Historican Research as Critical Practice and Relationship: The Carnegie Libraries in Iowa Project," Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 44 (Summer/Fall 2003): 235-45.

 

Emery, Robert A. “The Official Bulletin, 1917-1919: A Proto-Federal Register,” Law Library Journal 102 (Summer 2010): 441-48.

 

Ensign, David. “Librarianship at the Dawn of Automation,” Kentucky Libraries 81 (Fall 2017): 8-10.

 

Epstein, Barbara A. “In Their Own Words: Oral Histories of Medical Library Association Past Presidents,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 104 (January 2016): 3-14.

 

Ernsberger, Richard Jr. “Andrew Carnegie: Robber Baron Turned Robin Hood,” American History 49 (February 2015): 33-41.

 

Erünsal, İsmail E. “A Brief Survey of the Book Trade in the Ottoman Empire,” Libri 65 (September 2015): 217-35.

 

Escolano, Rodriguez, Elena. “RDA and ISBD: History of a Relationship,” Italian Journal of Library & Information Science 7 (May 2016): 49-82.

 

Eshleman, Michael O. “A History of the Digests,” Law Library Journal 110 (Spring 2018): 235-59.

 

Evans, L. Tiffany. “A History and Organizational Development Analysis of the Formation of OhioLINK: A Statewide Inter-Organizational Library Consortium, 1986-1992,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh), 2004, 169 pp. [Advisor: Arlene G. Taylor]

 

Fairies, Elizabeth. A Century of Service: History of the Dayton Public Library, Dayton, Ohio, 1847-1947 rev. ed. (Dayton, OH: Dayton Public Library, 1948.

 

Farber, Miriam, and Snunith Shoham. "Users, End-users, and End-user Searchers of Online Information: A Historical Overview," Online Information Review v. 26, no. 2 (2002): 92-100.

 

Farlow, Jonathan M. I’ve Seen It All at the Library: The View from Behind the Desk (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2015) 185 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-7864-9684-6.

 

Farmer, Lesley. “Overview of Youth-Serving Libraries in the United States,” in Lesley S. J. Farmer, ed., Youth- Serving Libraries in Japan, Russia, and the United States (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2012), pp. 239-58.

 

Fathauer, Elizabeth and Michael Rogalla. "Celebrating a Century of Service to Children: A History of Children's Services at the Champaign Public Library, 1899-1999," Illinois Libraries 82 (Winter 2000): 9-11.

 

Fellows, Cynthia. “Law Libraries of the Last Frontier,” Legal Information Management 4 (Winter 2004): 257-64.

 

Felsenstein, Frank and James J. Connolly. What Middletown Read: Print Culture in an American Small City (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2015) 304 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-1-62534-140-2.

 

Felsenstein, Frank, et al., “Reading Library Records: Constructing and Using the What Middletown Read Database,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 40-63.

 

Fenderson, Jonathan. "Evolving Conceptions of Pan-African Scholarship: W.E.B. Du Bois, Carter G. Woodson, and the Encyclopedia Africana, 1909-1963." Journal of African American History 95 (Winter 2010): 71-91.

 

Fenly, Charles. The Cataloging in Publication Program: A Brief History, 1971-2001 (Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, Cataloging in Publication Division, 2001) 33 pp.

 

Fenton, Michele. “A Great Day in Indiana: The Legend of Lillian Childress Hall.” Black Caucus of the American Library Association Newsletter v. 39, no. 2 (2010): 5-6.

 

Fenton, Michele T. “Stepping Out on Faith: Lillian Haydon Childress Hall, Pioneer Black Librarian.” Indiana Libraries v. 33, no.1 (2014): 5-11.

 

Fenton, Michele T. “Way Down Yonder at the Cherry Street Branch: A Short History of Evansville’s Negro Library,” Indiana Libraries v. 30, no. 2 (2011): 37-41.

 

Fields, Anne M. and Tschera Harkness Connell. "Classification and the Definition of a Discipline: The Dewey Decimal Classification and Home Economics," Libraries & Culture 39 (Summer 2004): 245-59.

 

Fields, M. A. “Mildred B. Harrison and Alabama Public Libraries: An Oral History in Context,” Alabama Libraries v. 54, no. 2 (2004): 13-25.

 

Figa, Elizabeth Gremore. "Mapping and Storytelling an Information System: An Historical and Ethnographic Case Study of the First Circuit Rider Medical Library Program," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2002, 350 pp. [Advisor: Linda C. Smith] [Program began in the mid-1970s in Pennsylvania]

 

Finchum, Tanya Drucker and Allen Finchum. “Not Gone with the Wind: Libraries in Oklahoma in the 1930s,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 3 (2011): 276-94.

 

Findlay, James A. Dorothy Porter Wesley (1905-1995), Afro-American Librarian and Bibliophile: An Exhibition, February 1-March 16, 2001 (Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.: Bienes Center for the Literary Arts, Broward County Library, 2001) 80 pp. ISBN: 0967885825.

 

Finley, Elizabeth and David S. Mao. “Recollections of a Mid-Twentieth-Century Law Firm Librarian,” Law Library Journal 97 (Summer 2005): 565-74.

 

Finn, Megan. “Information Infrastructure and Descriptions of the 1857 Fort Tejon Earthquake,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 2 (2013): 194-221.

 

“The First 100 Years,” American Libraries 38 (June/July 2007): 60-75.

 

Fisher, Steve P. “Research Library Collaboration in Colorado: The Birth and Early Evolution of CARL, the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries,” Collaborative Librarianship v. 1, no. 3 (2009): 91-98.

 

Fitch, John W. and David M. Hovde. “Library Programs in Indiana in the 1850s,” Indiana Magazine of History 111 (December 2015): 422-53.

 

Fitzpatrick, Siobhan. “The James Library: House of Knowledge,” Pioneer American Society Transactions v. 36 (2013): 44-51. [Public library in Madison, New Jersey]

 

Fleckner, John A. “F. Gerald Ham: Jeremiah to the Profession,” American Archivist 77 (Fall/Winter 2014): 377-93.

 

Fleischman, John. Free and Public: One Hundred and Fifty Years at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, 1853-2003 (Cincinnati: Orange Frazer Press, 2003) 142 pp. $35.00 ISBN 1-882203-91-7.

 

Fons, Ted. “Tradition of Library Catalogs,” Library Technology Reports 52 (July 2016): 15-19.

 

Ford, Douglas. “Informing Airmen?: The US Army Air Forces’ Intelligence on Japanese Fighter Tactics in the Pacific Theatre, 1941-5,” International History Review v. 34 (2012): 725-52.

 

Fowler, David C. “Licensing: An Historical Perspective,” Journal of Library Administration v. 42, nos. 3/4 (2005): 177-97.

 

Francoeur, Stephen. “Prudence and Controversy: The New York Public Library Response to Post-War Anti- Communist Pressures,” Library & Information History 27 (September 2011): 140-60.

 

Frand, Jason and Robert Bellanti. "Collaborative Convergence: Merging Computing and Library Services at the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA," Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship v. 6, no. 2 (2000): 3-26.

 

Franks, Rachel. “There’s a Dead Body in My Library: Crime Fiction Texts and the History of Libraries,” Australian Library Journal 64 (November 2015): 288-300.

 

Frazier, Jennifer. “The History of the Kentucky State Law Library,” Kentucky Libraries 77 (Spring 2013): 12-23.

 

Fredericksen, Linda. “A Century of Cooperation: The Pacific Northwest Library Association, 1909-2009,” PNLA Quarterly 73 (Summer 2009): 5-35.

 

Freeman, Martha Doty. “Preservation of Texas’s Public Records, a Vital Work in Progress,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 1 (2014): 90-107.

 

Freeman, Robert S. and David M. Hovde, eds. Libraries to the People: Histories of Outreach (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2003) 250 pp. $40.00 ISBN 0-7864-135-9-X. Essays in this volume include: Jumonville, Florence M. "Books along the Bayous: Reading Materials for Two Centuries of Rural Louisiana," pp. 11-25; Freeman, Robert S. "Harper & Brothers' Family and School District Libraries, 1830-1846," pp. 26-49; Hovde, David M. "Benevolence at Sea: Shipboard Libraries for the American Navy and Merchant Marine," pp. 50-72; Watson, Paula D. "Valleys without Sunsets: Women's Clubs and Traveling Libraries," pp. 73-95; Jones, Plummer Alston, Jr. "The ALA Committee on Work with the Foreign Born and the Movement to Americanize the Immigrant," pp. 96-110; Sullivan, Larry E. and Brenda Vogel. "Reachin' Behind Bars: Library Outreach to Prisoners, 1798-2000," pp. 113-27; Freeman, Robert S. and David M. Hovde. "The Indiana Township Library Program, 1852-1872: A Well Selected, Circulating Library as an Educational Instrumentality," pp. 128-47; Malone, Cheryl Knott. "The Adult Collection at Nashville's Negro Public Library, 1915-1916," pp. 148-56; Patterson, Lotsee. "Historical Overview of Tribal Libraries in the Lower Forty-Eight States," pp. 157-62; Fritch, John W. "Electronic Outreach in America: From Telegraph to Television," pp. 165-80; Greenberg, Gerald S. "On the Roof of the Library Nearest You: America's Open-Air Libraries, 1905-1944," pp. 181-91; Seaver, Barry W. "The Use of Radio to Promote the Municipal Reference Library of the City of New York," pp. 192-202; Samek, Toni. "Synergy, Social Responsibility, and the Sixties: Pivotal Points in the Evolution of American Outreach Library Service," pp. 203-18; Branson, Emily J. and John Mark Tucker. "For the Love of Books: Eddie Lovett and His Backwoods Library," 219-30.

 

Frey, Christopher, ed. Die Bibliothek der Deutschen Sozialisten Cleveland/Ohio: Kommentierter Katalog des Historischen Buchbestandes (Wien: InLibris, 2001) 328 pp. ISBN 3-9500813-6-4.

 

Fulton, Crystal. “An Ordinary Life in the Round: Elfreda Annmary Chatman,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 2 (2010): 238-59.

 

Fulton, R. E. “Donald A. Wollheim’s Authoritative Universe: Editors, Readers, and the Construction of the Science Fiction Paperback, 1926-1969,” Book History v. 19, no. 1 (2016): 349-83.

 

Fultz, Michael. “Black Public Libraries in the South in the Era of De Jure Segregation,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (Summer 2006): 337-59.

 

Funk, Mark E. “Our Words, Our Story: A Textual Analysis of Articles Published in the Bulletin of the Medical Library Association/Journal of the Medical Library Association from 1961 to 2010,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 101 (January 2013): 12-20.

 

Funke, Claudia. “In What Style Should We Build Our Collections?” Harvard Library Bulletin 15 (Spring-Summer 2004): 99-197.

 

Furedi, Frank. “The Information Overload Myth,” American Interest 11 (Spring 2016): 11-16.

 

Furedi, Frank. Power of Reading: From Socrates to Twitter (New York: Bloomsbury Continuum, 2015) 262 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-472-91477-4.

 

Furlong, Jennifer. “Libraries, Booksellers, and Readers: Changing Tastes at the New York Society Library in the Long Eighteenth Century,” Library & Information History 31 (August 2015): 198-212.

 

Gabel, G.U. "Vom Wassertank zum Bibliotheksgiganten 130 Jahre Chicago Public Library," BuB-Journal 55 (October/November 2003): 600-603.

 

Gabel, Gernot U. “Wo Amerikas Elite Buffelt: Die Yale University Will Harvard auch Bibliothekarisch Konkurrenz Machen,” BuB-Journal 58 (November/December 2006): 756-59.

 

Gaffney, Loretta M. “Is Your Library Family Friendly?: Libraries as a Site of Conservative Activism, 1992-2002,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 185-99.

 

Gaffney, Loretta Mary. “Intellectual Freedom and the Politics of Reading: Libraries as Sites of Conservative Activism, 1990-2010,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2012, 225 pp.

 

Galbi, Douglas A. “Book Circulation per U.S. Public Library User Since 1856,” (Unpublished draft manuscript, available at http://www.galbithink.org/libraries/circulation.htm)

 

Galbi, Douglas A. “Book Circulation Per U.S. Public Library User Since 1856,” Public Library Quarterly v. 27, no. 4 (2008): 351-71.

 

Galbi, Douglas A. “Non-Book Items in US Public Libraries,” Public Library Quarterly 28 (January/March 2009): 64-67.

 

Gallagher, Bernice E. “Illinois Women’s Novels at the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 109-32.

 

Galloway, Patricia. “Archives, Power, and History: Dunbar Rowland and the Beginning of the State Archives of Mississippi (1902-1936)” The American Archivist 41 (Winter 2006): 79-116.

 

Galloway, Patricia. “From Archival Management to Archival Enterprise to the Information Domain: David Gracy and the Development of Archival Education at the University of Texas,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 1 (2014): 3-33.

 

Gangewere, Robert J. Palace of Culture: Andrew Carnegie’s Museums and Library in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011) 332 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-8229-4397-6.

 

Garcia, Kathryn R. and Brett Spencer. “The Race to Stop the Apocalypse,” Progressive Librarian issue 44 (Spring 2016): 40-67. [history of librarian anti-nuclear movement]

 

Garcia-Vicente, Florencia, Daniel D. Garcia-Swartz, and Martin Campbell-Kelly. “The History, Geography, and Economics of America’s Early Computer Clusters, Part 1: Patterns,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 3 (2016): 299-320.

 

Garcia-Vicente, Florencia, Daniel D. Garcia-Swartz, and Martin Campbell-Kelly. “The History, Geography, and Economics of America’s Early Computer Clusters, Part 2: Explanations,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 4 (2016): 445-78.

 

Gard Marshall, Joanne. “Linking Research to Practice: The Rise of Evidence-Based Health Sciences Librarianship,” Journal of Medical Library Association 102 (January 2014): 14-21.

 

Gardner, Sarah E. “History in the Making: The Early Years of the Georgia Historical Quarterly,” Georgia Historical Quarterly v. 101 no. 2 (2017): 102-13.

 

Garfield, Eugene. "Recollections of Irving H. Sher, 1924-1996: Polymath/Information Scientist Extraordinaire," Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 52 (December 2001): 1197-1202.

 

Garrison, Dee. Apostles of Culture: The Public Librarian and American Society, 1876-1920 2nd ed. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2003) 319 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-229-18114-6. [New edition contains historiographical essay by Christine Pawley]

 

Gatch, Milton McCormick. The Library of Leander van Ess and the Earliest American Collections of Reformation Pamphlets (New York: Bibliographical Society of America, 2007) 201 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-914930-18-1.

 

Gates, Angela. “A (Blind) Woman's Place is (Teaching) in the Home: The Life of Kate Foley, 1873-1940,” (Master’s Thesis, San Jose State University), 2016, 238 pp.

 

Gathegi, John N. “The Public Library as a Public Forum: The (De) Evolution of a Legal Doctrine,” Library Quarterly 75 (January 2005): 1-19.

 

Gautier, Amina. “African American Women’s Writings in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 55-81.

 

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Genieva, Ekaterina. "The Role of Displaced Book Collections in Culture," Library Trends 52 (Summer 2003) p. 151-56.

 

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Gilland, Julianne, ed. A Library for the Americas: The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2018) 204 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-1-4773-1511-8.

 

Gilliland, Anne. “Professional, Institutional, and National Identities in Dialog: The Development of Descriptive Practices in the First Decade of the US National Archives,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 1 (2014): 54-73.

 

Gingerich, Owen. The Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology at 25 Years: Celebrating a Collector's Vision and its Legacy (Washington, DC : Smithsonian Institution Libraries, 2002)

 

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Gisolfi, Peter A. “Public Libraries in Transition from 20th to 21st Century Models,” Advances in Library Administration and Organization v. 29 (2010): 1-36.

 

Given, Lisa M. and Lianne McTavish. “What’s Old is New Again: The Reconvergence of Libraries, Archives, and Museums in the Digital Age,” Library Quarterly 80 (January 2010): 7-32.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Eric Moon and the American Library Association," Library History 20 (March 2004): 65-69.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "The Huntington Library," Library History 20 (March 2004): 69-74.

 

Glynn, Thomas P. “Books in the Public Sphere: New York Libraries and the Culture-Building Enterprise, 1754- 1904,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Auburn University), 2005, 300 pp.

 

Glynn, Tom. “The New York Society Library: Books, Authority, and Publics in Colonial and Early Republican New York,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Fall 2005): 493-529.

 

Glynn, Tom. “The Professionalization of a Calling: Mission and Method at the New York Library Club, 1885- 1901,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (Fall 2006): 438-61.

 

Glynn, Tom. Reading Publics: New York City’s Public Libraries, 1754-1911 (New York: Fordham University Press, 2015) 447 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-8232-626-49.

 

Glynn, Tom and Craig C. Hagensick. "Books for the Use of the United States in Congress Assembled, 1783 and 1800," Libraries & Culture 37 (Spring 2002): 109-22.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “Assessing What We Wrote: A Review of the Libraries & Culture Literature Reviews, 1967- 2002,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 251-66.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “Being Part of the Conversation: The Most Cited Articles in Library History and Library & Information History, 1967–2015,” Library & Information History v. 33, no.1 (2017): 3-8.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “History with an Impact: The Most Cited Articles in the Journal of Library History and Its Successors over the Past Fifty Years,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 3 (2015): 285-314.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. "The Library Historian's Field of Dreams: A Profile of the First Nine Seminars," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 161-72.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. "The Literature of American Library History, 1997-1998," Libraries & Culture 35 (Spring 2000): 311-53.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. "The Literature of American Library History, 1999-2000," Libraries & Culture 37 (Spring 2002): 138-74.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. "The Literature of American Library History, 2001-2002," Libraries & Culture 39 (Spring 2004): 175-211.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Literature of American Library History, 2003-2005,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 4 (2008): 440-80.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Literature of American Library History, 2006-2007,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 4 (2009): 434-70.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Literature of American Library History, 2008-2009,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 4 (2011): 412-41.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Literature of American Library History, 2010-2011,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48. No. 4 (2013): 506-36.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Literature of American Library History, 2012-2013,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 2 (2016): 267-98.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Literature of American Library History, 2014-2015,” Information & Culture v. 53, no. 1 (2018): 85-120.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “Our Historiographical Enterprise: Shifting Emphases and Directions,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 3 (2010): 350-58.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. “The Serials Librarian: A Brief History and Assessment,” The Serials Librarian v. 49, no. 4 (2006): 157-73.

 

Goedeken, Edward A. "What We Wrote About and Who We Were: An Assessment of the Articles in JLH/L&C, 1966-2000," Libraries & Culture 38 (Summer 2003): 250-65.

 

Goggans, Jan. “What Workers Were Reading, 1830-1930,” in Nicholas Coles and Paul Lauter, eds. A History of American Working-Class Literature (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 163-76.

 

Goldberg, Jolande E. "Development of a Universal Law Classification: A Retrospective on Library of Congress Class K," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. 3/4 (2003): 355-436.

 

Goldberg, Tyler and Angel Clemons. “The Difficult We Do Right Away, the Impossible Takes a Little Longer: A History of the University of Louisville Libraries’ Cataloging Department,” Kentucky Libraries 73 (Winter 2009): 27-32.

 

Goldstein, Daniel. "The Spirit of an Age: Iowa Public Libraries and Professional Librarians as Solutions to Society's Problems, 1890-1940," Libraries & Culture 38 (Summer 2003): 214-35.

 

Golia, Julie A. “Courting Women, Courting Advertisers: The Woman's Page and the Transformation of the American Newspaper, 1895–1935,” Journal of American History 103 (December 2016): 606-28.

 

Gomes, Peter J. "Thomas Hollis of London and His Gifts: Two Hundred Seventy-Five Years of Piety and Philanthropy at Harvard," Harvard Library Bulletin New Series v. 13 (Summer 2002): 9-44.

 

Gonzalez Marinas, Maria Elena. “Crisis in Scholarly Communications: Insights from Forty Years of the Journal of Library History, 1966-2005,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin), 2008, 410 pp. [available at: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/etd/d/2008/gonzalezm97097/gonzalezm97097.pdf#p... [Advisor: Patricia K. Galloway]

 

Gonzalez, Maria E. and Patricia Galloway. “Crises in Scholarly Communications?: Insights from the Emergence of the Journal of Library History, 1947-1966,” Information & Culture v. 53, no. 1 (2018): 3-42.

 

Gonzalez, Maria E. and Patricia Galloway. “Crises in Scholarly Communications?: Maturity and Transfer of the Journal of Library History to the University of Texas, 1968-1976,” Information & Culture v. 53, no. 2 (2018): 121-52.

 

Goodman, Seymour E. “Information Flows and Field Armies,” in Barton C. Hacker, ed. Astride Two Worlds: Technology and the American Civil War (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2016), pp. 87-114.

 

Gorichanaz, Tim. “How the Document Got Its Authority,” Journal of Documentation v. 72, no. 2 (2016): 299-305.

 

Gorman, Michael. Broken Pieces: A Library Life, 1941-1978 (Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2011) 235 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-8389-1104-4.

 

Gorman, Michael. The Enduring Library: Technology, Tradition, and the Quest for Balance (Chicago: American Library Association, 2003) 176 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-8389-0846-2.

 

Gorman, Michael. “The Origins and Making of the ISBD: A Personal History, 1966-1978,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 52, no. 8 (2014): 821-34.

 

Gorman, Michael. Our Enduring Values Revisited: Librarianship in an Ever-Changing World (Chicago, IL: ALA Editions, 2015) 240 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-8389-1300-0.

 

Gorman, Michael. "Seymour Lubetzky: Man of Principles," in Tschera Harkness Connell and Robert L. Maxwell, eds. The Future of Cataloging: Insights from the Lubetzky Symposium, April 18, 1998, University of California, Los Angeles (Chicago: American Library Association, 2000), pp. 12-21.

 

Gracy, David B., II. “Cowman’s-Eye View of the Information Ecology of the Texas Cattle Industry from the Civil War to World War I,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 2 (2016): 164-91.

 

Gracy, David B., II. “Is There Counsel in Those Curtains?: Research Agendas for the Times,” Library Quarterly 81 (July 2011): 277-95.

 

Gracy, David B., II. The State Library and Archives of Texas: A History, 1835-1962 (Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2010) 264 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-292-72201-9.

 

Gracy, David B., II. “To Have the People of Texas See the Necessity for It: Laying the Foundation for the Texas State Library, 1835-1909,” Texas Library Journal 84 (Fall 2008): 102-07.

 

Gracy, Karen F. “See the Movie, Read the Book! Cleveland Public Library's Bookmarks Programme, 1923–1972,” Library & Information History v. 33, no. 4 (2017): 236-57.

 

Graham, Patterson Toby. "Public Librarians and the Civil Rights Movement: Alabama, 1955-1965," Library Quarterly 71 (January 2001): 1-27.

 

Graham, Patterson Toby. A Right to Read: Segregation and Civil Rights in Alabama's Public Libraries, 1900-1965 (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2002) 191 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-8173-114-40.

 

Grandjean, Katherine. American Passage: The Communications Frontier in Early New England (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015) 320 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-465-424-64-8.

 

Grant, Stephen H. Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014) 264 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-4214-118-73.

 

Gray, Barry. “The Catalogue of the Original Library of Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania,” Library History 21 (July 2005): 91-102.

 

Green, James. “Subscription Libraries and Commercial Circulating Libraries in Colonial Philadelphia and New York,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 53-71.

 

Greider, Antoinette Paris. “IAALD: The First Fifty Years,” Quarterly Bulletin of the International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists v. 51 no. 1 (2006): 15-23.

 

Griswold, Wendy. American Guides: The Federal Writers’ Project and the Casting of American Culture (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2016) 361 pp. $105.00 ISBN 978-0-226-357-66-9.

 

Gross, Andrew and Emeric Solymossy. “Generations of Business Information, 1937-2012: Moving from Data Bits to Intelligence,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 2 (2012): 226-48.

 

Grossman, Hal B. “A Comparison of the Progressive Era and the Depression Years: Societal Influences on Predictions of the Future of the Library, 1895-1940,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 1 (2011): 102-28.

 

Grossman, Hal B. “Underfunded and Outshone: The Library Profession at A Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934,” Library & Information History 29 (May 2013): 103-17.

 

Grossman, Hal B. “Without Reserve: Jesse Shera in the Wilson Library Bulletin and Elsewhere, 1961-1970,” Library & Information History 26 (June 2010): 152-69.

 

Guard, J. Roger, Ralph E. Brueggemann, and William K. Fant. "Integrated Advanced Information Management Systems: A Twenty-Year History at the University of Cincinnati," Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (April 2004): 171-78.

 

Güereña, Salvador and Edward Erazo. "Latinos and Librarianship," Library Trends 49 (Summer 2000): 138-81.

 

Gunselman, Cheryl. "The 1905 ALA Conference in Portland: 'A Triumph of Audacity,'" Oregon Library Association Quarterly 15 (Fall 2009): 2-7. [available at: http://data.memberclicks.com/site/ola/olaq_15no3.pdf] (part of a special issue celebrating the 150 year history of Oregon libraries)

 

Gunselman, Cheryl. "Illumino for All: Opening the Library Association of Portland to the Public, 1900-1903," Libraries & Culture 36 (Summer 2001): 432-64.

 

Gunselman, Cheryl. "'Wheedling, Wangling, and Walloping' for Progress: The Public Service Career of Cornelia Marvin Pierce, 1905-1943," Oregon Historical Quarterly 110 (Fall 2009): 362-89.

 

Gunselman, Cheryl and Elizabeth Blakesley. “Enduring Visions of Instruction in Academic Libraries: A Review of a Spirited Early Twentieth-Century Discussion,” portal: Libraries and the Academy 12 (July 2012): 259-81.

 

Gura, Philip F. The American Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012 (Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 2012) 454 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-1-929545-65-0.

 

Guthery, Scott B. Practical Purposes: Readers in Experimental Philosophy at the Boston Athenaeum (1827-1850) (Boston, MA: Docent Press, 2017) 370 pp. $18.00 ISBN 978-1942-79-594-0.

 

Guthrie, Ana, Frances Ba, and Cheryl Wilcher. “The History of Florida's Four FBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) Libraries,” Florida Libraries 55 (Fall 2012): 38-42.

 

Guthrie, Lawrence Simpson, II. "Monastic Cataloging and Classification and the Beginnings of Class B at the Library of Congress," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. ? (2003): 447-66.

 

Gwinn, Nancy E. “The Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Global Exchange of Government Documents, 1834-1889,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 107-22.

 

Haeuser, Michael J. With Grace, Elegance, and Flair: The First 25 Years of Gustavus Library Associates (St. Peter, Minn.: Gustavus Adolphus College, 2002) 119 pp. ISBN 0-960224-05-X.

 

Hagan, Joe. Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine (New York: Alfred A, Knopf, 2017) 547 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-345-81507-1.

Hagar, Amit. “Ed Fredkin and the Physics of Information: An Inside Story of an Outsider Scientist,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 3 (2016): 419-43.

 

Hahn, Trudi Bellardo. “Federal Support for Library and Information Science Research,” Advances in Librarianship v. 31 (2008): 1-36.

 

Hahn, Trudi Bellardo and Diane L. Barlow, eds. “Women Pioneers in the Information Sciences, 1900-1950,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 2 (2009): entire issue.

 

Hahn, Trudi Bellardo and Diane L. Barlow, eds. “Women Pioneers in the Information Sciences, Part II,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 2 (2010): entire issue.

 

Haigh, Thomas, Andrew L. Russell, and William H. Dutton. “Histories of the Internet: Introduction to a Special Issue of Information & Culture,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 143-59.

 

Hall, Danelle. "Mansell Revisited," American Libraries 35 (April 2004): 78-80.

 

Hamilton-Honey, Emily. “Guardians of Morality: Librarians and American Girls’ Series Fiction, 1890-1950,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): 765-85.

 

Hanbury, Dallas. “It is Simply out of the Question to Eliminate the Colorline: The Development of Black Library Service in Atlanta and the Integration of the Atlantic Public Library,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 1 (2018): 24-47.

 

Hanbury, Dallas. “Seekers of Knowledge: The Development of Southern Public Libraries and the African American Quest for Library Access, 1898-1963,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Middle Tennessee State University), 2016, 221 pp.

 

Hand, Shane. “Transmitting Whiteness: Librarians, Children, and Race, 1900- 1903s,” Progressive Librarian Issue Nos. 38/39 (Spring 2012): 34-63.

 

Hansen, Debra G. "A Lion in the Hennery: Charles Fletcher Lummis and the Los Angeles Public Library, 1905-1910," Vitae Scholasticae 19 (Spring 2000): 5-33.

 

Hansen, Debra Gold. “Depoliticizing the California State Library: The Political and Professional Transformation of James Gillis, 1899-1917,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 1 (2013): 68-90.

 

Hansen, Debra Gold. “Libraries and the Immigrant,”," in Gordon M. Bakken and Alexandra Kindell, eds., Encyclopedia of Immigration and Migration in the American West 2 vols. (Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2006): I: 405-10.

Hansen, Debra Gold. “The Making of Librarianship at the Los Angeles Public Library, 1890-1910,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 1 (2017): 97-125.

 

Hardy, Christa Valencia. “Piecing a Quilt: Jessie Carney Smith and the Making of African American Women’s History,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2010, 225 pp. [Advisor: Linda C. Smith]

 

Hardy, Elaine. “The Georgia Public Library Service and Georgia's Public Libraries: A Timeline of Important Events in Georgia Public Library History,” Georgia Library Quarterly 45 (Summer 2008): 12-18.

 

Hardy, J. Elaine and Peggy Chambliss. “The Georgia Public Library Service and Georgia's Public Libraries: A Timeline of Important Events in Georgia Public Library History,” Georgia Library Quarterly 53 (Fall 2016): 15-30.

 

Hardy, Molly O’Hagan. “Bibliographic Enterprise and the Digital Age: Charles Evans and the Making of Early American Literature,” American Literary History 29 (Summer 2017): 331-51.

 

Harger, Elaine. Which Side Are You On?: Seven Social Responsibility Debates in American Librarianship, 1990-2015 (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2016) 225 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0-7864-9455-2.

 

Haricombe, Lorraine J. and Keith Russell, eds. “The Evaluation and Transformation of Information Systems: Essays Honoring the Legacy of F.W. Lancaster,” Library Trends 56 (Spring 2008): entire issue.

 

Harmon, Glynn. “Remembering William Goffman: Mathematical Information Science Pioneer,” Information Processing & Management 44 (July 2008): 1634-47.

 

Harness, Gregory C. "Library of Congress Collection: 1800-1814," DttP 31 (Summer 2003): 8-11.

 

Harper, Amy. Centennial History of the Yellow Springs Library Association: Compiled through 2001 (Yellow Springs, OH: The Association, 2001) 16 pp.

 

Harris, Steven R. "Civil Rights and the Louisiana Library Association: Stumbling toward Integration," Libraries & Culture 38 (Fall 2003): 322-50.

 

Harris, T. M. "A Source of Useful Information: The Lexington Library, 1795-1810," Kentucky Libraries 65 (Summer 2001): 14-19.

 

Harvey, Ross. “Story Develops Badly, Could not Finish: Member Book Reviews at the Boston Athenaeum in the 1920s,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 64-77.

 

Harwell, June. Alamogordo Public Library: A Community Treasure, 1900-2000 (Alamogordo, N.M.: Tularosa Basin Historical Society, 2000) 41 pp.

 

Haslam, Gerald W. Lawrence Clark Powell : California classic, a Speech Given at the Library Associates Dinner for the Powell Society, UCLA Library, September 21, 2006 in the Powell Library Rotunda (Sebastopol, CA: Patrick Reagh, 2008) 21 pp.

 

Hassen, M. "The Early Development of American Music Libraries Serving Academic Departments of Music," Fontes Artis Musicae 48 (October/December 2001): 342-52.

 

Haugen, Robert. “The Library of the Molde Labour Association in 1910: Enlightenment and Social Control in a Norwegian Workers’ Library,” Library History 22 (July 2006): 117-22.

 

Hawley, Johnnie Sue Saylor. “The Evolution of the Library Media Center: A Study of the Past, Current, and Projected Future Library Services Available in Johnson City, Tennessee,” (Unpublished Ed.D. Dissertation), 2016, 118 pp.

 

Hayes, Kevin J. George Washington: A Life in Books (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017) 390 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-19-0456-67-2.

 

Hayes, Kevin J. Library of John Montgomerie, Colonial Governor of New York and New Jersey (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2000) 215 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-87413-711-X.

 

Hayes, Kevin J. The Mind of a Patriot: Patrick Henry and the World of Ideas (Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 2008) 184 pp. $23.00 ISBN 978-0-8139-2758-9. [examines reading habits of Henry]

 

Haywood, Mary L. “The Antebellum Library of John Richard Edmunds,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2006, 39 pp.

 

Hazel, Michael V. Dallas Public Library: Celebrating a Century of Service, 1901-2001 (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2001) 252 pp. $30.00 ISBN 1-5744-114-11.

 

Healey, Paul D. “Go and Tell the World: Charles R. McCarthy and the Evolution of the Legislative Reference Movement, 1901-1917,” Law Library Journal 99 (Winter 2007): 33-53.

 

Heath, Fred. “Library Assessment: The Way We Have Grown,” Library Quarterly 81 (January 2011): 7-25 [provides a history of academic library assessment].

 

Hebard, Barbara Adams. “The Role of Women at the Boston Athenaeum,” in Richard Wendorf, ed., The Boston Athenaeum: Bicentennial Essays (Boston: Athenaeum, 2009), pp. 69-97.

 

Heckman, Marlin Leroy. “Abraham Harley Cassel: Nineteenth-Century American Book Collector,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago), 1970.

 

Heller, James S. “From Oxford to Williamsburg: Part 2 – The College of William & Mary Law School and Wolf Law Library,” Legal Information Management 12 (December 2012): 290-97.

 

Helton, Laura E. “Remaking the Past: Collecting, Collectivity, and the Emergence of Black Archival Publics, 1915-1950,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, New York University), 2015, 323 pp. [Advisor: Michele Mitchell and Nikhil Pal Singh]

 

Hench, John B. “The Publishers Who Lunch: The Social Networking of American Publishers,” Book History v. 18 (2015): 283-301.

 

Henle, Alea. “Preserving the Past, Making History: Historical Societies in the Early United States,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Connecticut), 2012, 337 pp.

 

Henle, Alea. “The Widow’s Mite: Hannah Mather Crocker and the Mather Libraries,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 3 (2013): 323-43.

 

Herold, Irene M. H. “An Examination of the Leadership Program for College Library Directors Associated with ACRL's College Libraries Section,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Simmons College), 2012, 324 pp. [Examines program from 1940 to 2009]

 

Hersberger, Julia A., Lou Sua, and Adam L. Murray. “The Fruit and Root of the Community: The Greensboro Carnegie Negro Library, 1904-1964,” in Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture (Libraries Unlimited, 2007): 79-99.

 

Higgins, Colin. “Library of Congress Classification: Teddy Roosevelt’s World in Numbers? Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 50, no. 4 (2012): 249-62.

 

Higgins, Sarah. “Digital Curation: The Development of a Discipline within Information Science,” Journal of Documentation v. 74, no. 6 (2018): 1318-1338.

 

Highland, K. D. “In the Bookstore: The Houses of Appleton and Book Cultures in Antebellum New York City,” Book History v. 19 (2016): 214–255.

 

Highland, Kristen Doyle. “In the Bookstore: The Houses of Appleton and Book Cultures in Antebellum New York City,” Book History v. 19, no. 1 (2016): 214-55.

 

Hildenbrand, Suzanne. "Library Feminism and Library Women's History: Activism and Scholarship, Equity and Culture," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 51-65.

 

Hill, Brad Sabin. “A Century of Hebraica at the Library of Congress,” Jewish Quarterly Review v.106 (2016): 101-129.

 

Hill, Melinda F. Best in the nation: The First Two Hundred Years of Ohio Libraries (Wooster, Ohio: Wooster Book Co, 2003) 143 p. ISBN 1 590986 60 1.

 

Hills-Nova, Clare. “Highly Idiosyncratic and Only Half Trained: The Institute of Fine Arts Libraries and Art History in the United States,” Art Libraries Journal v. 32 no. 3 (2007): 17-25.

 

Hingley, Sheila M. “A Well-Run Library in the Early Eighteenth Century: Durham Cathedral Library under Thomas Rud, 1717-25,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 8-19.

 

Hitchcock, Eloise. “History of the Library at Cumberland University,” Tennessee Libraries (Online) v. 59, no. 2 (2009): http://www.tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=277

 

Hochman, Barbara. “Investing in Literature: Ernestine Rose and the Harlem Branch Public Library of the 1920s,” Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers v. 31, no. 1 (2014): 93-106.

 

Hochman, Barbara. “Uncle Tom’s Cabin at the World’s Columbian Exposition,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 82-108.

 

Hodge, Alexander. “The Origins of Archival Training at the University of Liverpool,” Archives: The Journal of the British Records Association 40 (April-October 2014): 53-64.

 

Hogenboom, Karen. “Lessons Learned about Access to Government Information after World War II Can Be Applied after September 11,” Government Information Quarterly 25 (January 2008): 90-103.

 

Holstein, Jurgen, ed. The Book Cover in the Weimar Republic (Köln: Taschen, 2015) 450 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978—3-8365-4980-6.

 

Holzenberg, Eric, ed. Lasting Impressions: The Grolier Club Library (New York: Winterhouse Editions, 2004) 205 pp. $50.00 ISBN 0-91067-252-0.

 

Homan, J. Michael. “Becoming an Internationalist: Reflections on the International Activities of Estelle Brodman,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96 (July 2008): 242-48.

 

Horning, Claudia Maureen. “Trailblazing Librarian in the Golden State: A Look at the Life and Career of Miriam Matthews,” (Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles), 2012, 89 pp.

 

Horning, Kathleen T. “Secrecy and the Newberry Medal,” Hornbook 87 (July/August 2011): 60-70.

 

Houdek, Frank G. “AALL History through the Eyes of its Presidents,” Law Library Journal 98 (Spring 2006): 299- 347.

 

Houdek, Frank G. “Frequently Asked Questions about AALL’s First Hundred Years,” Law Library Journal 98 (Winter 2006):

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Houdek, Frank G., comp. "Vignettes of Julius J. Marke," Law Library Journal 96 (Winter 2004): 17-39.

 

Hovde, David M. and John W. Fritch. “In Union There is Strength: The Farmers’ Institute and the Western Literary Union Library,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 285-306.

 

Howard, June. “Her Very Handwriting Looks as if She Owned the Earth: Elizabeth Jordan and Editorial Power,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 64-76.

 

Howard, Patricia E. "A History of the Cincinnati Bible College Library," Christian Librarian v. 45, no. 1 (2002): 22-25.

 

Hubbard, Elizabeth Ann. "Library Service to Unions: A Historical Overview," Library Trends 51 (Summer 2002): 5-18

 

Hufbauer, Benjamin. “Libraries,” in John W. Matviko, ed., The American President in Popular Culture (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005), pp. 87-101.

 

Hufbauer, Benjamin. Presidential Temples: The Transformation of Presidential Commemoration since 1900 (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006) 320 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-700-614-22-2.

 

Hufbauer, Benjamin. "The Roosevelt Presidential Library: A Shift in Commemoration," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 173-93.

 

Hufford, Jon R. "From Library-College to Information Literacy: An Evolving Strategy for Educating Library Users," in Martin H. Raish, ed., Musings, Meanderings, and Monsters, Too: Essays on Academic Librarianship (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2003), pp. 106-16.

 

Hulse, James W. Oases of Culture: A History of Public and Academic Libraries in Nevada (Reno, Nevada: University of Nevada Press, 2003) 155 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-87417-544-5.

 

Humphreys, Betsy L. "Adjusting to Progress: Interactions between the National Library of Medicine and Health Sciences Librarians, 1961-2001," Journal of the Medical Library Association 90 (January 2002): 4-20.

 

Hunt, Rebecca D. “African American Leaders in the Library Profession: Little Known History,” Black History Bulletin 76 (Spring 2013): 14-19.

 

Hurtado, Albert L. “Professors and Tycoons: The Creation of Great Research Libraries in the American West,” Western Historical Quarterly 41 (Summer 2010): 149-169.

 

Hussey, Lisa K. “Why Librarianship?: An Exploration of the Motivations of Ethnic Minorities to Choose Library and Information Science as a Career,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia), 2006, 209 pp. [Advisor: John Budd]

 

Hux, Roger K. “Beaufort and Louvain: Public Reaction to Library Destruction during the American Civil War and the World Wars,” Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association (2010): 57-65.

 

Imholtz, August A., Jr. "The Printing and Distribution of the Serial Set: A Preliminary Contribution to 19th Century Congressional Publishing," DttP 31 (Spring 2003): 8-17.

 

Intrator, Miriam. “A Temporary Haven: Jewish World War II Refugee Scholars at the New York Public Library, 1933-1945,” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften v. 21, no. 3 (2010): 10-35.

 

Irwin, Jennifer Grace. “The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: Institutional Maintenance in the Face of Social and Technological Change in American Public Libraries, 1876-2006,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oregon), 2012, 174 pp.

 

Irwin, John. “Certain Flies in the Ointment: Mulford Winsor and the Development of Arizona's Archives,” Journal of the Southwest 56 (Spring 2014): 83-182.

 

Irwin, John. “A Farmer’s Passion for Knowledge: Benton Alrich and the Clifton Library Association,” Nebraska History 99 (Summer 2018): 116-31.

 

Jackson, Andrew P., Julius C. Jefferson, Jr., and Akilah S. Nosakhere, eds. The 21st-Century Black Librarian in America (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2012) 277 pp. $80.00 ISBN 978-0-8108-8245-4.

 

Jacobs, Laureen M. Geppert. “Carnegie Libraries: The Jumpstart to Public Libraries in Texas,” Texas Library Journal 86 (Winter 2010): 142-45.

 

Jacobson, Susan. "Present at the creation: the founding and formative years of the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries," Journal of the Medical Library Association 91 (April 2003): 149-54.

 

Jacobson, Susan and Gary D. Byrd. "The Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries: Twenty-Five Years of Excellence. Special section," Journal of the Medical Library Association 91 (April 2003): 148-202.

 

Jaeger, Paul T. “The Public Library and the Larger Society: The Legacy of Glen Holt,” Public Library Quarterly 36 (January-March 2017): 4-9.

 

Jaeger, Paul T. and Karen Kettnich. “Special Issue in Honor of John Carlo Bertot,” Library Quarterly 84 (October 2014). [Collection of essays in appreciation of Bertot’s work as editor of LQ and of his scholarship]

 

Jaeger, Paul T., et al. “Democracy, Neutrality, and Value Demonstration in the Age of Austerity,” The Library Quarterly 83 (October 2013): 368-82.

 

Jaeger, Paul T., et al. “Libraries, Policy, and Politics in a Democracy: Four Historical Epochs,” The Library Quarterly 83 (April 2013): 166-81.

 

Jaeger, Paul T. et al. Public Libraries, Public Policies, and Political Processes: Serving and Transforming Communities in Times of Economic and Political Constraint (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014) 178 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-3346-1. [contains historical treatment]

 

Jannings, Christopher Michael. “Lest We Forget: The Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project and Racial Trust,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Western Michigan University), 2010, 364 pp.

 

Jayroe, Tina J. “A humble servant: The work of Helen L. Brownson and the early years of information science research,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 63 (October 2012): 2052-2061.

 

Jefcoate, Graham. “Mr. Cavendish’s Librarian: Charles Haydinger and the Library of Henry Cavendish, 1783-1801,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 58-71.

 

Jeffrey, J. "Looking Back: Keeping the Faith: A History of Library Services in Versailles, Kentucky," Kentucky Libraries 66 (Summer 2002): 10-13.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. “A Bumpy Ride: The Story of Opening Owensboro’s Carnegie Library,” Kentucky Libraries 70 (Summer 2006): 21-28.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. “Looking Back: A Heavenly Library in Rural Butler County,” Kentucky Libraries 76 (Spring 2012): 10-12.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. "Looking Back: A History of the Montgomery County Public Library," Kentucky Libraries 67 (Winter 2003): 10-13.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. "Looking Back: Rules and Regulations for School Libraries, 1910," Kentucky Libraries 67 (Summer 2003): 25-27.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. “Looking Back: State Librarian’s 1889 Report to Governor Simon B. Buckner,” Kentucky Libraries 70 (Spring 2006): 21-24.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. "Looking Back: The Genesis of the Bowling Green Public Library," Kentucky Libraries 68 (Spring 2004): 33-40.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. “Looking Back at Kentucky Libraries in the 1850s,” Kentucky Libraries 69 (Winter 2005): 20-24.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan. “With the Help of God and Right Thinking People: Establishing Library Services in Allen County,” Kentucky Libraries 78 (Spring 2014): 22-31.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan D. “Looking Back: Growing Pains for the Bowling Green Public Library, 1950-1961,” Kentucky Libraries 74 (Summer 2010): 22-25.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan D. “Looking Back: A History of the Manchester Street Center,” Kentucky Libraries 72 (Spring 2008): 17-21.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan D. “Looking Back: Letters of Persuasion: Posturing for a Carnegie Library in Middlesboro,” Kentucky Libraries 73 (Fall 2009): 28-32.

 

Jeffrey, Jonathan D. “Looking Back: Making Free Libraries Legal in 1902,” Kentucky Libraries 73 (Winter 2009): 20-25.

 

Jeffus, Barbara. "What's Past is Prologue: A Timely Look at School Libraries," CSLA Journal 26 (Fall 2002): 11-14.

 

Jenkins, Christine A. "The History of Youth Services Librarianship: A Review of the Research Literature," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 103-40.

 

Jenkins, Christine. "International Harmony: Threat or Menace? U.S. Youth Services Librarians and Cold War Censorship, 1946-1955," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 116-30.

 

Jimmerson, Randall C. “Archives and Society: David B. Gracy II and the Value of Archives,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 1 (2014): 34-53.

 

Joachim, Martin D. “Books and Other Reading Materials in Early Monroe County, Indiana,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 44, nos. 1/2 (2007): 55-93.

 

Joachim, Martin D., ed. Historical Aspects of Cataloging and Classification (New York: Haworth Information Press, 2003) 604 pp. ISBN 0 789 019 80 9. [Earlier published as Cataloging and Classification Quarterly v35, nos. 1/2, 2002 and v35, nos. 3/4, 2003]

 

Johanningsmeier, Charles. “The Awakening and American Libraries: An Update,” Studies in American Naturalism Library & Information History 8 (Winter 2013): 236-48.

 

Johanningsmeier, Charles. “Henry James and American Public Libraries, 1875-1916,” The Henry James Review 36 (Winter 2015): 45-63.

 

Johanningsmeier, Charles. “Realism, Naturalism, and American Public Libraries, 1880-1914,” American Literary Realism 48 (Fall 2015): 1-24.

 

Johanningsmeier, Charles. "Welcome Guests or Representatives of the Mal-Odorous Class? Periodicals and Their Readers in American Public Libraries, 1876-1914," Libraries & Culture 39 (Summer 2004): 260-92.

 

Johnson, Alsha Montae. “Developing Southern Libraries to Influence the Life of the African-American User: An Exploratory, Archival Analysis,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Florida State University), 2015, 125 pp. [Advisor: Paul Marty]

 

Johnson, Nathan R. “Rhetoric and the Cold War Politics of Information Science,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68 (June 2017): 1375-84.

Johnson, Sara E. “Moreau de Saint-Méry: Itinerant Bibliophile,” 31 (August 2015): 171-97.

 

Johnston, Matt. Narrating the Landscape: Print Culture and American Expansion in the Nineteenth Century (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2016) 242 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-806-152-23-3.

 

Jones, Allan. “Brains, Tortoises, and Octopuses: Postwar Interpretations of Mechanical Intlligence on the BBC,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 1 (2016): 81-101.

 

Jones, David E. “Collection Growth in Postwar America: A Critique of Policy and Practice,” Library Trends 61 (Winter 2013): 587-612.

 

Jones, David Edgar. “Relentless Accumulation: A Critical History of Collection Growth in American Research University Libraries, 1945-1979,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Sheffield), 2009. [Full text available via ETHOS]

 

Jones, Edgar. “The Evolution of the Serial Work, the FRBR Conceptual Model, and RDA,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 56, nos. 2-3 (2018): 128-45.

 

Jones, Elisabeth. “The Public Library Movement, the Digital Library Movement, and the Large-Scale Digitization Initiative: Assumptions, Intentions, and the Role of the Public,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 2 (2017): 229-63.

 

Jones, Elisabeth A. “Constructing the Universal Library,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Washington), 2014, 456 pp.

 

Jones, Elisabeth A. and Paul A. Courant. “Monograph Publishing Trends in Academic Libraries: Did the Serials Crisis Really Destroy the University Press?” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 46 (October 2014): 43-70.

 

Jones, Plummer Alston, Jr. “The Awakening of the Social Conscience: Jane Maud Campbell, 1869-1947,” The Library Quarterly 82 (July 2012): 305-35.

 

Jones, Plummer Alston, Jr. “Cleveland’s Multicultural Librarian: Eleanor (Edwards) Ledbetter, 1870-1954,” The Library Quarterly 83 (July 2013): 249-70.

 

Jones, Plummer Alston, Jr. “Elizabeth Cleveland Morriss (1877-1960), Leader of the Literacy and Adult Elementary Education Movement in North Carolina,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 2 (2017): 186-206.

 

Jones, Reinette F. "1946 Alcatraz Escape Attempt Led by Library Orderly from Kentucky," Kentucky Libraries 65 (Summer 2001): 8-10.

 

Jones, Reinette F. "Library History Trivia, Kentucky Style," Kentucky Libraries 66 (Spring 2002): 10-13.

 

Jones, Reinette F. Library Service to African Americans in Kentucky: From the Reconstruction Era to the 1960s (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2002) 200 pp. $40.00 ISBN 0-7864-11-54-6.

 

Jordan, Mary Wilkins. “Public Library History on the Lewis and Clark Trail,” Public Library Quarterly 34 (April-June 2015): 162-77.

 

Jorgensen, Jan. “The Online Government Information Movement: Retracing the Route to DigiGov through the Federal Documents Collection,” The Reference Librarian no. 94 (2006): 139-62.

 

Josey, E.J. and Marva L. LeLoach, eds. Handbook of Black Librarianship 2nd ed. (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2000) 816 pp. $70.00 ISBN 0-8108-3720-X.

 

Joyner, Deborah W. “100 Years of Advertising in Library Journal: 1876–1976, A Brief Survey,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2005, 51 pp.

 

Jumonville, Florence M. “Interested in Public Libraries: J.O. Modisette and the Contributions of a Louisiana Library Commissioner,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 1 (2013): 112-33.

 

Kaback, Stuart M. "A Patent Searcher's Personal Chronicle: 40 Years in the Evolution of a Profession," Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences 42 (March/April 2002): 137-42.

 

Kaczor, Paula Marie. "Uplifting the Public through Public Libraries: A Case Study of the New Bedford Free Public Library, 1876-1917," (Master's Thesis, Simmons College), 2001, 144 p.

 

Kagan, Al. “ALA/IFLA and Israel/Palestine,” Progressive Librarian issue 44 (Spring 2016): 68-92.

 

Kamph, Jamie. Tricks of the Trade: Confessions of a Bookbinder (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2015) 144 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-1-58456-334-1.

 

Kanter, Jodi. Presidential Libraries as Performance: Curating American Character from Herbert Hoover to George W. Bush (Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2016) 179 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-809-335-20-6.

 

Kaplan, Richard L. “Press, Paper and the Public Sphere: The Rise of the Cheap Mass Press in the USA, 1870-1910,” Media History 21 (February 2015): 42-54.

 

Kappmeyer, Lori Osmus. “It’s All About the Relationships—In Serials, in FRBR, in Life: An Interview with Olivia M.A. Madison,” Serials Librarian 57 (July-September 2009): 69-86.

 

Karetzky, Stephen. Not Seeing Red: American Librarianship and the Soviet Union, 1917-1960 (Lanham, MD : University Press of America, 2001) ISBN 0-761821-62-7.

 

Kaser, David. Just Lucky, I Guess: My Adventurous Life as a Hoosier Librarian (New York: Vantage Press, 2000) 231 pp. $15.00 ISBN 0-5331-324-36.

 

Kasinec, Edward. “Yudin’s Books in America: A View from the 21st Century,” Slavic & East European Information Resources v. 9, no. 2 (2008): 115-26.

 

Kate-Riin, Kont. “How to Optimize the Cost and Time of the Acquisitions Process?” Collection Building v. 34, no.2 (2015): 41-50. [historical treatment]

 

Katz-Kimchi, Merav. “Singing the Strong Light Works of [American] Engineers: Popular Histories of the Internet as Mythopoetic Literature,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 160-80.

 

Keane, Michael J. and Kathleen Sitter. The Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau: A Century of Service (Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau, 2002) 36 pp. [Available in pdf: http://www.legis.state.wi.us/lrb/pubs/special/CenturyofService.PDF]

 

Keeping American Informed: The U.S. Government Printing Office, 150 Years of Service to the Nation (Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 2011) 150 pp. ISBN 978-0-16-088704-8.

 

Keeping America Informed, the U.S. Government Publishing Office: A Legacy of Service to the Nation, 1861-2016 Rev. ed. (Washington, D.C.: United States Publishing Office, 2016) 164 pp. ISBN 978-0-1609-331-96.

 

Kehoe, P.E. “Reminiscences of Viola A. Bird,” Law Library Journal 97 (Spring 2005): 209-31.

 

Kelly, M. S. and K. Humphreys. "The Mystery of the Midway Community School Library, or the Story of a Pig's Self-Sacrifice," Texas Library Journal 78 (Winter 2002): 152-54, 156-57.

 

Kelly, Marion H. More than Just Books: A History of Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library (Cleveland Heights, Ohio: Friends of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library, 1979) 92 pp.

 

Kelly, Melody Specht. "Revisiting C.H. Milam's What Libraries Learned from the War and Rediscovering the Library Faith," Libraries & Culture 38 (Fall 2003): 378-88.

 

Kelman, Ari. "The Sound of the Civic: Reading Noise at the New York Public Library," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 23-41.

 

Kendall, Joshua. “Information Technology: Melvil Dewey: The Librarian Who Worshipped Perfect Tens,” in America’s Obsessives: The Compulsive Energy That Built a Nation (New York: Grand Central Publishing, 2013), pp. 85-117.

 

Kerslake, Evelyn and Nickianne Moody, eds. Gendering Library History (Liverpool: Media Critical and Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores University Association for Research in Popular Fictions, 2000) 242 pp. ISBN 0-952797-80-5.

 

Kevane, Michael and William A. Sundstrom. “The Development of Public Libraries in the United States, 1870-1930: A Quantitative Approach,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 2 (2014): 117-44.

 

Kidwell, Peggy Aldrich. “Playing Checkers with Machines from Ajeeb to Chinook,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 4 (2015): 578-87.

 

Kimball, Melanie A. “A Brief History of Reader’s Advisory,” in Diana Tixier Herald, edited by Wayne A. Wiegand, Genreflecting: A Guide to Popular Reading Interests (Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2006), pp. 15-23.

 

Kimball, Melanie A. “A Home-Like Atmosphere: The Advent of Children’s Rooms at St. Louis Public Library, 1906-1912,” Library Trends 62 (Winter 2014): 489-503.

 

Kimball, Melanie A. “From Refugee to Risk: Public Libraries and Children in World War I,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 454-63.

 

Kimball, Melanie A. “Seeing the World from Main Street: Early Twentieth-Century Juvenile Collections about Life in Other Lands,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): 675-93.

 

Kimball, Melanie Ann. "Youth Services at St. Louis Public Library, 1909-1933: A Narrative Case Study," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2003, 273 pp. [Advisor: Elizabeth G. Hearne]

 

Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017) 154 pp. $104.00 ISBN 978-3-11-044833-7.

 

Kirk, Andrew Glenn. Collecting Nature: The American Environmental Movement and the Conservation Library (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2001) 243 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-7006-1123-1.

 

Kirschenbaum, Matthew. “Operating Systems of the Mind: Bibliography after Word Processing (The Example of Updike)” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 108 (December 2014): 381-412.

 

Kister, Kenneth F. Eric Moon: The Life and Library Times (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2002) 442 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-7864-125-34.

 

Kline, Ronald R. The Cybernetics Moment: Or Why We Call Our Age the Information Age (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015).

 

Kline, Sims. “The Library as Scholarly Publisher: An Informal History of the Bulletin of the New York Public Library,” Public Libraries 56 (March/April 2017): 31-35.

  1. Richard. Indelible Ink: The Trials of John Peter Zenger and the Birth of America=s Free Press (New York: W. W. Norton, 2016) 346 pp. $28.00 ISBN 978-0-393-245-46-2.

 

Kniffel, Leonard. “Judith Krug, 1940-2009: The Freedom to Read,” American Libraries 40 (May 2009): 40-43.

 

Knight, Frances R. "A Palace for the People: The Relationships that Built the Boston Public Library," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oxford), 2000, 95 pp.

 

Knott, Cheryl. Not Free, Not for All: Public Libraries in the Age of Jim Crow (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2105) 312 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-1-62534-177-8.

 

Knott, Cheryl Ann. “Publication and Reception of The Southern Negro and the Public Library,” in Cécile Cottenet, ed., Race, Ethnicity and Publishing in America (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 51-78.

 

Knowlton, John D., ed. Herbert Putnam: A 1903 Trip to Europe (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005) 152 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-8108-5172-5.

 

Knowlton, Steven A. “Criticism of Cataloging Code Reform, as Seen in the Pages of Library Resources and Technical Services (1957-66)” Library Resources & Technical Services 53 (January 2009): 15-24.

 

Knowlton, Steven A. “Memphis Public Library Service to African Americans, 1903-1961: A History of its Inauguration, Progress, and Desegregation,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Memphis), 2015, 190 pp. [Advisor: Aram Goudsouzian]

 

Knowlton, Steven A. “The Negro Branch Library in Memphis: A Case Study of Public Services in a Segregated Southern City,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 1 (2017): 23-45.

 

Knowlton, Steven A. “Power and Change in the US Cataloging Community: The Case of William E. Studwelľs Campaign for a Subject Cataloging Code,” Library Resources & Technical Services 58 (April 2014): 111-26.

 

 

Knox, Emily. “The Challengers of West Bend: The Library as a Community Institution,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 200-214.

 

Knox, Emily. “Intellectual Freedom and the Agnostic–Postmodernist View of Reading Effects,” Library Trends 63 (Summer 2014): 11-26.

 

Knox, Emily J. M. “Supporting Intellectual Freedom: Symbolic Capital and Practical Philosophy in Librarianship,” Library Quarterly 84 (January 2014): 8-21.

 

Knox, Emily J. M., and Shannon M. Oltmann. “Social Responsibility, Librarianship, and the ALA: The 2015 Banned Books Week Poster Controversy,” The Library Quarterly 88 (January 2018): 5–22.

 

Kohrman, Rita. “From Collections to Laboratories to Centers: Development of the Curriculum Materials Collections or Centers to 1940,” in Rita Kohrman, ed. Curriculum Materials Collections and Centers: Legacies from the Past, Visions of the Future (Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2012), pp. 3-21.

 

Koontz, Christie M. “A History of Location of U.S. Public Libraries Within Community Place and Space: Evolving Implications for the Library's Mission of Equitable Service,” Public Library Quarterly v. 26, no. 1/2 (2007): 75-100.

 

Kopp, Maggie Gallup. “The Herstory of the Book: Resources for the Study of Women in Book History,” in Carol Smallwood and Lura Sanborn, eds., Gender Issues in the Library: Case Studies of Innovative Programs and Resources (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2017), pp. 71-78.

 

Kozak, Nadine I. “If You Build It, They Will Come: Lusk, Wyoming, and the Information Highway Imaginaire, 1989-1999,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 236-56.

 

Kranich, Nancy, ed. Libraries & Democracy: The Cornerstones of Liberty (Chicago: American Library Association, 2001) 223 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-8389-0808-X.

 

Krass, Peter. Carnegie (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2002) 624 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-471-3863-08.

 

Krause, Hildie V. “A Cultural History of the Mechanics’ Institute of San Francisco, 1855-1920,” Library History 23 (June 2007): 115-28.

 

Kroessler, Jeffrey A. “One Staff, Two Branches: The Queens Borough Public Library and New York City’s Fiscal Crisis of the 1970s,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 1 (2018): 72-95.

Kruger, Betsy and Catherine A. Larson, eds. On Account of Sex: An Annotated Bibliography on the Status of Women in Librarianship, 1993-1997 (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2000) 304 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-8108-3725-0. [Has a chapter on Library History]

 

Krummel, D. W. "Historical Bibliography and Library History," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 155-60.

 

Krummel, Donald W. “Early American Imprint Bibliography and Its Stories: An Introductory Course in Bibliographical Civics,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 239-50.

 

Kunsch, Kelly. "The Way We Were and What We B," Legal Reference Services Quarterly v. 21, no. 1 (2002): 97-111.

 

Kurutz, Gary F. "'It's a Long Trip from Headquarters': An Exhibit Celebrating Early County Library Service in California." California State Library Foundation Bulletin, no. 92 (2009): 13-19.

 

La Barre, Kathryn. “Pauline Atherton Cochrane: Weaving Value from the Past,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 2 (2010): 210-37.

 

Lacy, Tim. “Dreams of a Democratic Culture: Revising the Origins of the Great Books Idea, 1869-1921,” The Journal of the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era 7 (October 2008): 397-441.

 

Lamolinara, Guy. “The National and International Roles of the Center for the Book,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 37-55.

 

Lamont-Brown, Raymond. Carnegie: The Richest Man in the World (Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2005) 246 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-7509-3370-74.

 

Lancaster, Jane. Inquire Within: A Social History of the Providence Athenaeum: Since 1753 (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2003) 256 pp. $65.00 ISBN 0-97241-090-2.

 

Landesman, Margaret. “Getting it Right: The Evolution of Reference Collections,” Reference Librarian nos. 91/92 (2005): 5-22.

 

Lariviere, Vincent, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, and Blaise Cronin. “A Bibliometric Chronicling of Library and Information Science’s First Hundred Years,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63 (May 2012): 997-1016.

 

Larson, Kate Clifford. "The Saturday Evening Girls: A Progressive Era Library Club and the Intellectual Life of Working Class and Immigrant Girls in Turn-of-the-Century Boston," Library Quarterly 71 (April 2001): 195-230.

 

Laskowski, Mary S. and Jennifer A. Maddox Abbott. “The Evolution of Technical Services: Learning From the Past and Embracing the Future,” Technical Services Quarterly v. 31, no. 1 (2014): 13-30.

 

Laskowski, Mary S., Jennifer A. Maddox Abbott, and Michael A. Norman. “A Collection Explosion: Finding Our Collection Roots and Examining How We Got from there to Here,” Collection Building v. 34, no. 4 (2015): 136-43. [History of the University of Illinois collection]

 

Latham, Joyce M. “Clergy of the Mind: Alvin S. Johnson, William S. Learned, the Carnegie Corporations, and the American Library Association,” Library Quarterly 80 (July 2010): 249-65.

 

Latham, Joyce M. “Heat, Humility, and Hubris: The Conundrum of the Fiske Report,” Library Trends 63 (Summer 2014): 57-74.

 

Latham, Joyce M. “A Liberal and Dignified Approach: The John Toman Branch of the Chicago Public Library and the Making of Americans, 1927-1940,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 111-28.

 

Latham, Joyce M. “Memorial Day to Memorial Library: The South Chicago Branch as Cultural Terrain, 1937- 1947,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 3 (2011): 321-42.

 

Latham, Joyce M. “Wheat and Chaff: Carl Roden , Abe Korman, and the Definitions of Intellectual Freedom in the Chicago Public Library,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 3 (2009): 279-98.

 

Latham, Joyce M. “White Collar Read: The American Public Library and the Left-Led CIO: A Case Study of the Chicago Public Library, 1929-1952,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2007, 259 pp. [Advisor: Leigh Estabrook]

 

Laugesen, Amanda. “Books for the World: American Book Programs in the Developing World, 1948-1968,” in Barnhisel, Greg and Catherine Turner, eds. Pressing the Fight: Print, Propaganda, and the Cold War (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2010), pp. 126-44.

 

Laugesen, Amanda. "Keeper of Histories: The State Historical Society of Wisconsin Library and its Cultural Work, 1860-1910," Libraries & Culture 39 (Winter 2004): 13-35.

 

Laugesen, Amanda. Taking Books to the World: American Publishers and the Cultural Cold War (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2017) 193 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-1-62534-308-6. [Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book series]

 

Lavigne, Jonathan. "The Evolution of Ariel," Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery, and Information v. 10, no. 4 (2000): 3-7.

 

Lawrimore, Erin R. “Let Us Hasten to Redeem the Time that is Lost: J. G. M. Ramsey’s Role in the Collection and Promotion of Tennessee History,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (Fall 2006): 419-37.

 

Lawrimore, Erin. “Margaret Cross Norton: Defining and Redefining Archives and the Archival Profession,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 2 (2009): 183-200.

 

Lawson, Shirley Beatrice. "Virginia Dare Young Lee and the Gainsboro Library." (Unpublished Master's Thesis, Hollins University), 2000, 33 pp.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “Libraries and Reading Culture at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1879-1918,” Book History v. 18 (2015): 166-96.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “Pennsylvania Public Libraries and the Great Flood of 1936: Dark Clouds and Silver Linings," Pennsylvania Libraries: Research and Practice 2 (Fall 2014): 113-28.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “A State Library Transformed: Pennsylvania, 1878-1921,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 1 (2013): 26-49.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “Tis Better to Be Brief than Tedious: The Evolution of the American Public Library Annual Report, 1876-2004,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (Fall 2006): 462-86.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “Were Tom and Huck On-Shelf: Public Libraries, Mark Twain, and the Formation of Accessible Cannons, 1869-1910,” Nineteenth-Century Literature 64 (September 2009): 189-224.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “Wishing They Were There: Old Postcards and Library History,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 1 (2008): 77-101.

 

Lear, Bernadette A. “Yankee Librarian in the Diamond City: Hannah Packard James, the Osterhout Free Library of Wilkes-Barre, and the Public Library Movement in Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid- Atlantic Studies 78 (Spring 2011): 123-62. [Winner of the 2012 Donald G. Davis, Jr. Article Award]

 

Leary, M.A. "Building a Foreign Law Collection at the University of Michigan Law Library, 1910-1960," Law Library Journal 94 (Summer 2002): 395-425.

 

Lebherz, Richard. The Long and Intriguing Journey of the C. Burr Artz Library (Frederick, Maryland: Printed by Corporate Color, Inc., 2002) 21 pp. [Frederick, Maryland Public Library]

 

Leckie, Gloria J and John E. Buschman. “Space, Place, and Libraries: An Introduction,” in Buschman and Leckie, eds. in Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture (Libraries Unlimited, 2007): 3-25.

 

LeComte, Richard. “Writers Blocked: The Debate over Public Lending Right in the United States during the 1980s,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 4 (2009): 395-417.

 

Lederberg, Joshua. "How the Science Citation Index Got Started," in in Blaise Cronin and Helen B. Atkins, eds. The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield (Medford, NJ: ASIS, 2000), pp. 25-64.

 

Lee, Hur-Li. "Activism in Library Development: Women's Studies at Rutgers University, 1970-1995," Libraries & Culture 37 (Fall 2002): 339-62.

 

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Lehman, Vibeke. “Challenges and Accomplishments in U.S. Prison Libraries,” Library Trends 59 (Winter 2011): 490-508.

 

Lehning, James R. “Technological Innovation, Commercialization, and Regional Development: Computer Graphics in Utah, 1965-1978,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 4 (2016): 479-99.

 

Leich, Harold M. “The Czar’s Library: Books from Russian Imperial Palaces at the Library of Congress,” Canadian- American Slavic Studies 43 (Winter-Spring 2009): 387-418.

 

Leich, Harold M. “So Ample a Collection, So Well Balanced: The Yudin Collection at the Library of Congress,” Slavic & East European Information Resources v. 9, no. 2 (2008): 127-42.

 

Leonard, Angela Michele, ed. Daniel J. Boorstin: A Comprehensive and Selectively Annotated Bibliography (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001) 247 pp. $80.00 ISBN 0-313-30324-X.

 

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Leslie, Anthony Marcus. “The Career and Collection of Judith A. Hoffberg,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles), 2012, 157 pp. [Hoffberg co-founded the Art Libraries Society of North America]

 

Library History Committee. Gadsden Public Library: 100 Years of Service (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Pub., 2008) 127 pp.

 

Light, Jennifer S. “Computing and the Big Picture: A Keynote Conversation,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 1 (2016): 125-32.

 

Lincove, David A. “The British Library of Information in New York: A Tool of British Foreign Policy, 1919-1942,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 2 (2011): 156-84.

 

 

Lindell, Lisa. "A Few Good Books: South Dakota's Country School Libraries," Libraries & Culture 38 (Winter 2003): 24-49.

 

Lindell, Lisa R. “The Spirit of the Builder: The Library Career of Julia Carson Stockett,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 1 (2018): 48-71.

 

Lingo, Marci. "Forbidden Fruit: The Banning of The Grapes of Wrath in the Kern County Free Library," Libraries & Culture 38 (Fall 2003): 351-77.

 

Lipscomb, C. E. "The Library as Laboratory," Bulletin of the Medical Library Assocation 89 (January 2001): 79-80.

 

Lipscomb, Carolyn E. "Race and Librarianship: Part 1," Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (July 2004): 299-301.

 

Lipscomb, Carolyn E. “Race and Librarianship: Part II,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 93 (July 2005): 308-10.

 

Liptak, Stephany. “A History of the Paralibrarian Movement in Colorado, Part 2: The Movement Grows,” Colorado Libraries v. 51, no. 1 (2006): 103-115.

 

Little, Geoffrey. Library Architecture at Yale (New Haven, CT: Yale University Library, dist. By Yale University Press, 2009) 157 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-300-16477-0. [Also published as 2009 issue of Yale Library Studies]

 

Little, Geoffrey Robert. “Save the Cross Campus: Library Planning and Protests at Yale, 1968-1969,” Information & Culture v. 53, no. 2 (2018): 153-74.

 

Litwin, Rory, ed. Library Daylight: Tracings of Modern Librarianship, 1874-1922 (Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press, 2006) $25.00 ISBN 0-9778617-4-0.

 

Liu, Mengxiong. "The History and Status of Chinese Americans in Librarianship," Library Trends 49 (Summer 2000): 109-37.

 

Llewellyn, Caro. Know the Past, Find the Future (New York: Published by Penguin Classics for the New York Public Library, 2011) 367 pp. ISBN 978-0-14-750785-3.

 

Lopresti, Robert and August A. Imholtz. “Reckless and Unwarranted Inferences: The US House Library Scandal of 1861,” Library and Information History 27 (March 2011): 3-16.

 

Loraine Public Library. Loraine Public Library Chronology (Lorain, OH: Lorain Public Library, 2001).

 

Lord, Jill Marie. “Improving the Public: Cultural and Typological Change in Nineteenth-Century Libraries,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, City University of New York), 2009, 215 pp. [History of Astor and Lenox libraries in New York City]

 

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Lorenzi, Nancy M. “Estelle Brodman: Educator Extraordinaire,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96 (July 2008): 249-54.

 

Loring, Christopher B. "Reserve, Technology, and Copyright," Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science v. 66 (2000): 281-99.

 

Lorković, Tatjana. “Joel Sumner Smith, 1830-1903: American Pioneer of Slavic Librarianship,” Slavic & East European Information Resources v. 9, no. 2 (2008): 153-73.

 

Lorković, Tatjana. “The Past as Prologue: Building Yale University Library’s Slavic and East European Collection from the Beginning of the Twentieth Century until Today. Part Two: The Sputnik Era” Solanus v. 23 (2013): 13–34.

 

Lowe, Mary Margaret. “Laws of the Library: 1848,” Kentucky Libraries 70 (Summer 2006): 19-20.

 

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Lowery, Robert. “The Unquiet History of the Jessie C. Eury Library,” Christian Librarian v. 51, no. 2 (2008): 97- 100.

 

Lowry, Charles. "When's This Paradigm Shift Ending?" portal: Libraries and the Academy 2 (July 2002): vii-xiii.

 

Lubas, Rebecca L. "The Evolution of Bibliographic Control of Maps," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. ? (2003): 437-46.

 

Lubetzky, Seymour. Seymour Lubetzky: Writings on the Classical Art of Cataloging, Compiled and Edited by Elaine Svenonius and Dorothy McGarry (Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2001) 443 pp. $45.00 ISBN 1-5630-89-32-7.

 

Luck, Sarah Elizabeth, et al. “The Book: Production and Participation,” Library Review v. 65, nos. 1/2 (2016): 2-19.

 

Lukenbill, W. Bernard. “Helping Youth at Risk: An Overview of Reformist Movements in American Public Library Services to Youth,” New Review of Children’s Literature and Librarianship 12 (November 2006): 197-213.

 

Lundin, Anne and Wayne A. Wiegand, eds. Defining Print Culture for Youth (Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2003) 205 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-313-32177-9. [Part of Beta Phi Mu Monograph series and contains numerous historical essays]

 

Lundin, Anne. “Little Pilgrims’ Progress: Literary Horizons for Children’s Literature,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 133-52.

 

Lundy, Mack. "Changing Roles of the Systems Librarian at the College of William and Mary: The Explosion of Technology and Position of the Systems Librarian," Library Hi Tech v. 21, no. 3 (2003): 333-39.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “Reading the Minor Forest Products Bulletins of the Philippine Bureau of Forestry: A Case Study of the Role of Reference Works in the American Empire of the Early Twentieth Century,” Information & Culture v. 53, no. 1 (2018): 43-66.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “The ALA, Public Libraries and the Great Depression,” Library History 23 (June 2007): 85-96.

 

Luyt, Brendan. "Regulating Readers: The Social Origins of the Readers' Advisor in the United States," Library Quarterly 71 (October 2001): 443-66.

 

Lyon, Elaine. Liverpool Public Library History: 1972-2001. (Liverpool, NY : Liverpool Public Library, 2001) 49 pp. [Continues history by Susan Gabbay published in 1972]

 

Maack, Mary Niles. “American Bookwomen in Paris during the 1920s,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 399-415.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. “I Cannot Get Along without the Books I Find Here: The American Library in Paris during the War: Occupation, and Liberation, 1939-1945,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 490-512.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. "International Dimensions of Library History: Leadership and Scholarship, 1978-1998," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 66-76.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. “Introduction: John Y. Cole: Librarian, Bookman, and Scholar,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 1-4.

 

Maack, Mary Niles, ed. “The Library of Congress and the Center for the Book: Historical Essays in Honor of John Y. Cole,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): entire issue.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. "No Philosophy Carries So Much Conviction as the Personal Life: Mary Wright Plummer as an Independent Woman," Library Quarterly 70 (January 2000): 1-46.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. "Telling Lives: Women Librarians in Europe and America at the Turn of the Century," in Evelyn Kerslake and Mickianne Moody, eds. Gendering Library History (Liverpool: Media Critical and Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores University Association for Research in Popular Fictions, 2000), pp. 57-81.

 

Mabbott, Cass. “The We Need Diverse Books Campaign and Critical Race Theory: Charlemae Rollins and the Call for Diverse Children's Books,” Library Trends 65 (Spring 2017): 508-522.

 

MacLeish, William H. Uphill with Archie: A Son’s Journey (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001) 287 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-684-8249-57. [Autobiography of Archibald MacLeish’s son]

 

MacLeod, Kirsten. “The Librarian’s Dream-Prince: Carl Van Vechten and America’s Modernist Cultural Archives Industry,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 4 (2011): 360-87.

 

Madison, Olivia. “The Origins of the IFLA Study on Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records,” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 39, nos. 3/4 (2005): 15-37.

 

Mages, Keith C. “The Bellevue Classification System: Nursing's Voice upon the Library shelves,” Journal of the Library Medical Association 99 (January 2011): 40-50.

 

Mahoney, Mary. “The Library as Medicine Cabinet: Inventing Bibliotherapy in the Interwar Period,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 100-107.

 

Mäkinen, Ilkka. “Defending the National Literature?: Cultural Historical Background of the Finnish System of Public Lending Right Compensation,” Library & Information History 25 (September 2009): 190-204.

 

Malcomb, Lou. “Documents Librarianship in Indiana: A Historical Review,” Indiana Libraries v. 24, no.1 (2005): 13-17

 

Malone, Charles E. “The History of the Law Library at Western Illinois University,” Illinois Libraries (online) 86 (Summer 2006): 4-10. [Access at: http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/publications/pdf_publications/lda1043.pdf

 

Malone, Cheryl Knott. "Books for Black Children: Public Library Collections in Louisville and Nashville, 1915-1925," Library Quarterly 70 (April 2000): 179-200.

 

Malone, Cheryl Knott. "Quiet Pioneers: Black Women Public Librarians in the Segregated South," Vitae Scholasticae 19 (Spring 2000): 59-76.

 

Malone, Cheryl Knott. "Toward a Multicultural American Public Library History," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 77-87.

 

Malone, Cheryl Knott. “Unannounced and Unexpected: The Desegregation of Houston’s Public Library in the Early 1950s,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 665-74.

 

Malone, Cheryl Knott, Hermina G.B. Anghelescu, and John Mark Tucker, eds. “Introduction: Donald G. Davis, Jr.: A Gentleman and a Scholar,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 207-212.

 

Malone, Cheryl Knott, Hermina G.B. Anghelescu, and John Mark Tucker, eds. “Perceiving the Past: Essays Honoring the Legacy of Donald G. Davis, Jr.” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): entire issue.

 

Mandelbrote, Giles. “Proposals for Printing a Catalogue of Sion College Library (1721)” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 20-33.

 

Manley, K. A. “A Matter of Life and Death: A Note on a Religious Book Club in Fethard, County Tipperary, in 1835,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 123-31.

 

Manning, Molly Guptill. When Books Went to War: The Stories that Helped Us Win the War (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014) 224 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0544-5350-22.

 

Manzo, Bettina Jean. “Calming Minds and Instilling Character: John Minson Galt II and the Patients’ Library at Eastern Asylum, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1843-1860,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, College of William and Mary), 2004, 450 pp.

 

Marcum, Deanna. “Archives, Libraries, Museums: Coming Back Together?” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 1 (2014): 74-89.

 

Marks, Mary Romano. “In Our Voices, through Our Eyes: An Oral History of the Illinois School Library Media Association,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Northern Illinois University), 2016, 269 pp.

 

Marshall, John David. "The Library History Round Table's First Twenty-five Years: Reminiscences and Remarks on Recent Research," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 41-50.

 

Marshall, John Douglas. Place of Learning, Place of Dreams: A History of the Seattle Public Library (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2004) 192 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-2959-834-77.

 

Martens, Marianne. “The Librarian Lion: Constructing Children’s Literature through Connections, Capital, and Criticism (1906-1941)” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 53 (Fall, October 2013): 307-19.

 

Matheny, Alissa F. “Unresolved Boundaries: The Definitional History of Special Libraries,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alabama), 2015, 107 pp. [Advisor: Danny P. Wallace]

 

Mattern, Shannon Christine. "Building Ideologies: A Case Study of the Seattle Public Library Building and its Embodied Ideas, Ideals, and Values," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, New York University), 2002, 455 pp.

 

Matthews, Joe. “A Nostalgic Look Back at Library Hi Tech(nology)” Library Hi Tech v. 35, no. 1 (2017): 92-98.

Mattson, Kevin. "The Librarian as Secular Minister to Democracy: The Life and Ideas of John Cotton Dana," Libraries & Culture 35 (Fall 2000): 514-34.

 

Maurizi, D. "Carnegie and His Legacy: The Little Libraries that Could," Public Libraries 40 (November/December 2001): 346-48.

 

Mays, Andrea E. The Millionaire and the Bard: Henry Folger’s Obsessive Hunt for Shakespeare’s First Folio (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2015) 350 pp. $27.00 ISBN 978-1-439-1182-38.

 

McAllister, William B., Joshua Botts, Peter Cozzens, and Aaron W. Marrs. Toward ‘Thorough, Accurate, and Reliable,’: A History of the Foreign Relations of the United States Series. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, 2015. 382 pp. [Freely available online at: https://history.state.gov/historicaldocuments/frus-history]

 

McCarthy, Malachy R. “From Reliquary to Relevance: Creating an American Catholic Union List of Newspapers and Serials,” Catholic Library World 77 (March 2007): 215-221.

 

McClintock, Thomas C. The Best Gift: The History of the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library. Corvallis: Corvallis Benton County Public Library Foundation, 2008.

 

McClure, Lucretia W. “Introduction: Personal Recollections of the Contributions of Estelle Brodman: An Enduring Legacy for Health Sciences Librarianship,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96 (July 2008): 239-41.

 

McClure, Lucretia W. "Separate Paths to Greatness," Journal of the Medical Library Association 90 (January 2002): 104-107. [Discusses careers of Frank Bradway Rogers and Estelle Brodman]

 

McClure, Lucretia W. “A Student of History: Perspectives on the Contributions of Estelle Brodman,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96 (July 2008): 255-61.

 

McCormick, Virginia E. Educational Architecture in Ohio: From One-Room Schools and Carnegie Libraries to Community Education Villages (Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2001) 318 pp. $40.00 ISBN 0-87338-666-3.

 

McCrann, Grace-Ellen. “Contemporary Forces that Supported the Founding of the Boston Public Library,” Public Libraries 44 (July/August 2005): 223-28.

 

McCrossen, Alexis. “One Cathedral More or Mere Lounging Places for Bummers? The Cultural Politics of Leisure and the Public Library in Gilded Age America,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Spring 2006): 169-88.

 

McCutcheon, R. W. “Silent Reading in Antiquity and the Future History of the Book,” Book History v. 18 (2015): 1-32.

McDade, Travis. Torn from Their Bindings: A Story of Art, Science, and the Pillaging of American University Libraries (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2018) 229 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0-700-626-36-6.

 

McDowell, Kate. “Children’s Voices in Librarians’ Words, 1890-1930,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 1 (2011): 73-101.

 

McDowell, Kate. “Open Wide the Doors: The Children’s Room as Place in Public Libraries, 1876-1925,” Library Trends 62 (Winter 2014): 519-29.

 

McDowell, Kate. “Surveying the Field: The Research Model of Women in Librarianship, 1882-1898,” Library Quarterly 79 (July 2009): 279-300.

 

McDowell, Kate and Caroline Nappo. “Evolution in Children’s Science Books: Recommendations and Library Collections, 1863-1956,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): 655-74.

 

McDowell, Kathleen. “The Cultural Origins of Youth Services Librarianship, 1876-1900,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2007, 280 pp. [Advisor: Boyd Rayward]

 

McGill, Meredith L. “Copyright and Intellectual Property,” Book History v.16 (2013): 387-427. [Discusses history of British and US copyright law]

 

McGrath, Eileen and Linda Jacobson. “The Great Depression and its Impact on an Emerging Research University: The University of North Carolina Library, 1929-1941,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 3 (2011): 295- 320.

 

McGrath, Ellen. “A Century’s Worth of Access: A Historical Overview of Cataloging in Law Library Journal,” Law Library Journal 106 (Summer 2014): 407-30.

 

McHenry, Elizabeth. “An Association of Kindred Spirits: Black Readers and Their Reading Rooms,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 99-118.

 

McHugh, William A. “To Advance the Boundaries of Knowledge: The 1927 Union List of Serials and the Provision of Resources for Research" Occasional papers (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Graduate School of Library and Information Science), no. 214 (April 2008) (Urbana-Champaign, IL: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 112 pp.

 

McKee, Linda R. “The History of John Ringling’s Library: Preserving the Heritage of a Great Cultural Institution,” Florida Libraries (2005 Special Edition): 17-29.

 

McKiel, Allen William. "The Transition of the Ivy Tech State College Library System from Traditional to Electronic," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana State University), 2001, 242 pp.

 

McKnight, Michelynn. “Information Prescriptions, 1930-2013: An International History and Comprehensive Review,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 102 (October 2014): 271-80.

 

McLaughlin, Cynthia G. The State Library at 200: A Celebration of Library Services to Ohio (Brookfield, MO: Donning Company Publishers, 2017) 80 pp. [http://cdm16007.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p267401ccp2/id/15127]

 

McLinn, Claudette Shackelford. “An Analysis of the Two African-American Women Presidents of the American Library Association: Demographics, Leadership Duties and Responsibilities, Leadership Styles, and Leadership Pathways,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Pepperdine University), 2006, 162 pp.

 

McMillen, David. “Prologue’s Story—So Far,” Prologue 49 (Winter 2017-2018): 6-17.

 

McMullen, Haynes. "Confessions of a Library Historian," Virginia Libraries 48 (July/August/ September 2002): 25-26.

 

McMullen, Haynes. American Libraries before 1876 (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000) 179 pp. $62.50 ISBN 0-3133-127-7-X.

 

McReynolds, Rosalee and Louise S. Robbins. The Librarian Spies: Philip and Mary Jane Keeney and Cold War Espionage (Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2009) 183 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-275-99448-8.

 

Mediavilla, Cindy. "California libraries in the Post-World War II Era," in Gordon M. Bakken and Alexandra Kindell, eds., Encyclopedia of Immigration and Migration in the American West 2 vols. (Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2006): I: 124-127.

 

Mediavilla, Cindy. “Carma Zimmerman Leigh and the Diffusion of Cooperation through California Libraries, 1951-1972,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 1 (2013): 157-77.

 

Mediavilla, Cindy. "The Enemy Within: Self-Censorship During the 1950s." CLARION, v. 3, no. 2 (October 2007): 6-10.

 

Mediavilla, Cindy. "Proposition 13: A Year of Chaos, Panic and Disarray." CLARION, v. 4, no. 2 (October 2008): 6-7, 19-20.

 

 

 

Mediavilla, Cynthia Lou. "Carma Russell (Zimmerman) Leigh: An Historical Look at a Woman of Vision and Influence." (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles), 2000, 414 pp. [Advisor: Mary Niles Maack]

 

Mellen, Roger. “The Press, Paper Shortages and Revolution in Early America,” Media History 21 (February 2015): 23-41.

 

Mercer, Paul and Vicki Weiss. The New York State Capitol and the Great Fire of 1911 (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011) 128 pp. $22.00 ISBN 978-0-7385-7400-4.”

 

Mercer, Paul. “We Were There Charlie!: Joseph Gavit and the 1911 New York State Library Fire,” Hudson River Valley Review 28 (Spring 2012): 68-83.

 

Metzmeier, Kurt X. and Peter Scott Campbell. “Nursery of a Supreme Court Justice: The Library of James Harlan of Kentucky, Father of John Marshall Harlan,” Law Library Journal 100 (Fall 2008): 639-74.

 

Meulemans, Yvonne Nalani. "Assessment City: The Past, Present, and Future State of Information Literacy Assessment," College & Undergraduate Libraries v. 9, no. 2 (2002): 61-74. [History of information literacy assessment in academic libraries]

 

Meyer, Katie Pierce. “Technology in Architectural Practice: Transforming Work with Practice, 1960s-1990s,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 2 (2016): 249-66.

 

Meyerhoff, Erich. "Death in the family: The Medical Library Center of New York, 1960-2003," Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (Jan. 2004): 4-5.

 

Meyers, Arthur S. "A Fifty-Five Year Partnership: ALA and the AFL-CIO," Library Trends 51 (Summer 2002): 36-49.

 

Mielke, Andreas. “Kocherthal's Books: From the Library of New York's First Lutheran Pastor for the Germans,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 82 (Summer 2009): 85-128.

 

Miksa, Francis. “The Legacy of the Library Catalogue for the Present,” Library Trends 61 (Summer 2012): 7-34.

 

Miksa, Shawne D. "Pigeonholes and Punchcards: Identifying the Division between Library Classification Research and Information Retrieval Research, 1952-1970," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Florida State University), 2002, 167 pp. [Advisor: Kathleen Burnett]

 

Miksa, Shawne D. “The Relationship between Classification Research and Information Retrieval Research, 1952 to 1970,” Journal of Documentation v. 73, no. 6 (2017): 1343-79.

 

Milewicz, Elizabeth J. “Origin and Development of the Information Commons in Academic Libraries,” in Charles Forrest and Martin Halbert, eds. A Field Guide to the Information Commons (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2009), pp. 3-17.

 

Miller, Christopher. "All New Subject Access to Fiction: How a Cultural Zeitgeist with Gray Hair Informed ALA's Guidelines . . ." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 36, no. 2 (2003): 89-98.

 

Miller, Ida Mae Good, and Scott J. Flood. Books for All the People: The First Century of the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library (Plainfield, IN: Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library, 2001) 60 pp.

 

Miller, Jonathan. “On and On We Go with Copyright: The Role of the Association of Research Libraries in the Development of the Copyright Act of 1976,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh), 2009, 284 pp.

 

Miller, Marilyn L. Pioneers and Leaders in Library Services to Youth: A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2003) 150 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1-5915-802-8-5.

 

Miller, Ruth H. "Electronic Resources and Academic Libraries, 1980-2000: A Historical Perspective," Library Trends 48 (Spring 2000): 645-70.

 

Milligan, Ian. “A Haven for Perverts, Criminals, and Goons: Children and the Battle for an against Canadian Internet Regulation, 1991-1999,” Histoire Sociale/Social History v.48 (2015): 245-74.

 

Mills, Lois, Romans, Larry and Sandy Peterson. A History of the Government Documents Round Table of the American Library Association, 1972-2002 (Bethesda, MD: LexisNexis Academic & Library Solutions, 2002) 52 pp. [Part 1, 1972-1992 by Miller; and Part 2, 1992-2002 by Romans and Peterson]

 

Milner, Clyde A., II and Carol A. O-Connor. As Big as the West: The Pioneer Life of Granville Stuart (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009) 430 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-19-512709-6. [Stuart served as director of Butte Public Library in the early twentieth century]

 

Miner, Meg. “Conflicting Philosophies: Two University Librarians and a Presidential Bibliophile,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 2 (2017): 213-39.

 

Mitchell, Barbara A. “Boston Library Catalogues, 1850-1875: Female Labor and Technological Change,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 119-47.

 

Mitchell-Powell, Brenda. “The 1939 Alexandria, Virginia, Public Library Sit-in Demonstration,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 70-99.

 

Moltzan, Janet R. "The first 100 Years of Texas Library Champions: 100 People and Events," Texas Library Journal 78 (Spring 2002): 10-23.

 

Monroe, Margaret E. Memoirs of a Public Librarian (Madison, WI: School of Library and Information Studies, 2006) 53 pp. $10.00.

 

Montalbano, Kathryn A. “Misunderstanding the Mongols: Intercultural Communication in Three Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Travel Accounts,” Information & Culture v. 5 no. 4 (2015): 588-610.

 

Mooney, James E., ed. Eighteenth-Century Catalogues of the Yale College Library (New Haven: Yale University Beinecke Library, 2002) 160 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-84573-139-4.

 

Moore, Nicole, ed. Censorship and the Limits of the Literary: A Global View (New York: Bloomsbury, 2015) 260 pp. $110.00 ISBN 978-1-6289-2009-3.

 

Moran, Barbara B., Joanne Gard Marshall, and Susan Rathbun-Grubb. “The Academic Library Workforce: Past, Present, and Future,” Library Trends 59 (Summer 2010): 208-219.

 

Morris, Lila M. “A Comparative and Descriptive Study of Public School Library Media Centers in South Dakota,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of South Dakota), 2005, 182 pp.

 

Morris, Sara E. “Spreading Their Butter too Thin: Land-Grant Libraries, 1900-1940,” in Alan I. Marcus, ed. Science as Service: Establishing and Reformulating Land-Grant Universities, 1865-1930 (Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2015), pp. 239-67.

 

Morris, Sharon. “Reading and Libraries: Historical Snapshots of a Great Partnership,” Colorado Libraries 32 (Winter 2006): 37-40.

 

Moss, Roger W. Athenæum Profiles: A Not-for-Profit Education (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2014) 165 pp. $55.00 ISBN978-1-58456-328-0.

 

Mugglestone, Lynda. Samuel Johnson & the Journey into Words (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015) 289 pp. $65.00 ISBN 978-0-19-967990-4.

 

Mulhern, Pegeen. “Librarianship: The Advantage of Casting Bread upon the Waters,” Law Library Journal 98 (Spring 2006): 381-408.

 

Mulligan, Risa L. “The Closing of the Clark Atlanta University School of Library & Information Studies,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2006, 72 pp. [Available at: http://etd.ils.unc.edu/dspace/bitstream/1901/306/1/risamulligan.pdf]

 

Murley, Diane. “A Selective History of Technology in Law Libraries,” Law Library Journal 101 (Summer 2009): 415-20.

 

Murphy, Kevin D. and Sally O-Driscoll, eds. Studies in Ephemera: Text and Image in Eighteenth-Century Print (Lanham, MD: Bucknell University Press, 2015) 318 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-1-61148-661-2.

 

Murray, Michael D. “Frederick Beecher Perkins: Library Pioneer and Curmudgeon,” (Master’s Thesis, San Jose State University), 2009, 154 pp.

 

Naldrett, Alan. “Have Books, Will Travel.” Michigan History 100 (September/October 2016): 40-43.

 

Namachchivaya, Beh Sandore. “The First 30 years of the Internet through the Lens of an Academic Library: The University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, 1982-2012,” Library Hi Tech v. 30, no. 4 (2012): 623-42.

 

Nappo, Caroline M. “Library Services for Indigenous Populations in the United States and Australia: A Cross-Cultural Comparison,” Rural Libraries v. 27, no. 1 (2007): 31-48.

 

  1. Caroline Marie. “Libraries and the System of Information Provision in the 1930s= United States: The Transformation of Technology, Access, and Policy,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2015, 247 pp. [Advisor: Dan Schiller]

 

Nappo, Christian A. The Librarians of Congress (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016) 160 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-6260-7.

 

Nardini, Robert F. "A Search for Meaning: American Library Metaphors, 1876-1926," Library Quarterly 71 (April 2001): 111-40.

 

Nasaw, David. Andrew Carnegie (New York: Penguin Press HC, 2006) 896 pp. $35.00 ISBN 1-594-201-0-48.

 

Neal, James G. “Leadership Dynamics in the Libraries of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities,” in Hugh A. Thompson, ed., Currents and Convergence: Navigating the Rivers of Change: Proceedings of the Twelfth National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, April 7-10, 2005, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2005), pp. 39-42.

 

Needham, George and Richard Van Orden. “A Brief History of the OCLC Members Council,” Journal of Library Administration v. 49, no. 6 (2009): 575-84.

 

Neeley, James D. “A Library for Engineering Education: Frank O. Marvin and the University of Kansas, 1875- 1915,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 4 (2008): 411-39.

 

Nelson, Adam R. and John L. Rudolph, eds. Education and the Culture of Print in Modern America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2010) 240 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-299-23614-4. [Part of Print Culture History in Modern America Series]

 

Nelson, Frank M. "Public Library Development and the Library Laws of Idaho: Historical Investigations," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Idaho), 2004, 240 pp.

 

Nelson, Josephus. “Properly Arranged and Properly Recorded: The Library of Congress Archives,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 25-36.

 

Newberry Library. The Newberry 125: Stories of Our Collection (Chicago, IL: Newberry Library, 2012) 219 p. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-911028-27-0.

 

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Newman, Richard. The First Black Index: Albert P. Marshall and A Guide to Negro Periodical Literature," Harvard Library Bulletin New Series v. 11 (Summer 2000): 81-87.

 

Nichols, Matthew. “The Urban Messenger: The Growth of the St. Louis Public Library, 1870-1930,” (Unpublished Master’s Thesis, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale), 2014, 107 pp.

 

Nicholson, Scott. “Playing in the Past: A History of Games, Toys, and Puzzles in North American Libraries,” The Library Quarterly 83 (October 2013): 341-61.

 

Nipss, Karen. “The Distaff Side,” Library Quarterly 85 (October 2015): 454-60. [History of women in European book trade and printing industry]

 

Nix, Larry T. “Cultural Record Keepers: The New York Mercantile Library and its Home Delivery Service,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 4 (2007): 452-55.

 

Nixon, Judith M. "Krannert Special Collection: The Story of Treasures in Economics at Purdue University and How They Found Their Way to Indiana," Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship v. 8, no. 1 (2002): 3-25.

 

Noel, David M. Information Revolution: The History of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, 1838-2001 (Toledo, OH: Downing Co., Pubs., 2001) 192 pp.

 

Nollan, Richard H. “Building a Body of Knowledge: Sickle Cell and Libraries,” Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA 106 (January 2018): 130–2.

 

Noonan, Mark. “Getting the Word Out: Institutions and Forms of Publication,” in Nicholas Coles and Paul Lauter, eds. A History of American Working-Class Literature (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 177-96.

 

Novotny, Eric. "Library Services to Immigrants: The Debate in the Library Literature, 1900-1920, and a Chicago Case Study," Reference & User Services Quarterly 42 (Summer 2003): 342-52.

 

Novotny, Eric. “Bricks without Straw: Economic Hardship and Innovation in the Chicago Public Library during the Great Depression,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 3 (2011): 258-75.

 

Novotny, Eric. “From Inferno to Freedom: Censorship in the Chicago Public Library, 1910–1936,” Library Trends (Summer 2014): 27-41.

 

Núñez, Victoria. “Remembering Pura Belpré’s Early Career at the 135th Street New York Public Library: Interracial Cooperation and Puerto Rican Settlement during the Harlem Renaissance,” Centro Journal 21 (Spring 2009): 52-77.

 

Nwagwu, Williams E. and Bosire Onyancha. “Back to the Beginning: The Journal is Dead, Long Live Science,” Journal of Academic Librarianship 41 (September 2015): 669-79.

 

Ocepek, Melissa G., Unmil P. Karadkar, and William Aspray. “A Perspective on the Larger World: Newspaper Coverage of National and International Events in Three Small US Cities, 1870–1920,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 3 (2015): 417-40.

 

Ochi, Hiromi. “Democratic Bookshelf: American Libraries in Occupied Japan,” in Greg Barnhisel and Catherine Turner, eds. Pressing the Fight: Print, Propaganda, and the Cold War (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2010), pp. 89-111.

 

O'Donnell, S. W. "Equal Opportunities for Both: Julius Rosenwald, Jim Crow and the Charleston Free Library's Record of Service to Blacks, 1931-1960," (Master's Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2000, 56 pp.

 

Oggolder, Christian. “From Virtual to Social: Transforming Concepts and Images of the Internet,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 181-96.

 

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Olson, Hope A. The Power to Name: Locating the Limits of Subject Representation in Libraries (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002) 261 pp. $86.00 ISBN 1-4020-0776-0. [Contains chapter on Dewey and Cutter]

 

Olson, Nancy J. “ACL: An Amazing Story: 1982-2006,” Christian Librarian v. 49, no. 2 (2006): 59-62. [Association of Christian Librarians]

 

Onkst, Wayne. “KDLA: Seventy-Five Years of Service to the Commonwealth,” Kentucky Libraries 76 (Winter 2012): 6-12.

 

Osborne, Amy B. “The University of Kentucky College of Law Library: A Short History,” Kentucky Libraries 74 (Spring 2010): 8-13.

 

Osburn, Charles B. The Western Devaluation of Knowledge (Lanham, ND: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014) 299 pp. $80.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-2879-5.

 

Ostrowski, Carl. "James Alfred Pearce and the Question of a National Library in Antebellum America," Libraries & Culture 35 (Spring 2000): 255-77.

 

Ostrowski, Carl. “The Choice of Books: Ainsworth Rand Spofford, the Ideology of Reading, and Literary Collections at the Library of Congress in the 1870s,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 70-84.

 

Ostrowski, Carl. Books, Maps, and Politics: A Cultural History of the Library of Congress, 1783-1861 (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2004) 261 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1 55849 433 2.

 

Owens, Irene. "Stories Told but yet Unfinished: Challenges Facing African-American Libraries and Special Collections in Historically Black Colleges and Universities," Journal of Library Administration v. 33, nos. 3-4 (2001): 165-81.

 

Pagowsky, Nicole and Miriam E. Rigby. The Librarian Stereotype: Deconstructing Perceptions and Presentations of Information Work (Chicago, IL: ACRL, 2014) 294 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-0-8389-87-049.

 

Palmer, Carole L. and Cheryl Knott Malone, "Elaborate Isolation: Metastructures of Knowledge About Women." The Information Society v. 1 7, no. 3 (2001): 179-94.

 

Paque, Diana Reimer. "The California Library Networking Project: Decision-Making and Stakeholder Participation and Satisfaction," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern California), 2001, 376 pp.

 

Parisian, Catherine M., ed. The First White House Library: A History and Annotated Catalogue (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2010) 398 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-0-271-03713-4. [Part of Penn State Series in the History of the Book]

 

Parks, Stephen, ed. Beinecke Library of Yale University (New Haven, CT: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 2003) 237 pp. $50.00 ISBN 0 8457 3150 5. [In celebration of 40th anniversary of Beinecke Library]

 

Parrett, Aaron. “One Page at a Time: Early Printing in Territorial Montana,” Montana: The Magazine of Western History 66 (Summer 2016): 25-38.

 

Passet, Joanne E. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Gay and Lesbian Books in Midwestern Public Libraries, 1900-1969,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): 749-64.

 

Passet, Joanne E. “Power Through Print: Lois Waisbrooker and Grassroots Feminism,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 229-50.

 

Patterson, Lotsee. "History and Status of Native Americans in Librarianship," Library Trends 49 (Summer 2000): 182-93.

Paulus, Michael J., Jr. “Beyond Pabulum for the Undergraduates: The Development of the Princeton Theological Seminary Library in the Nineteenth Century,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 3 (2007): 231-67.

 

Paulus, Michael J., Jr. “The Converging Histories and Futures of Libraries, Archives, and Museum as Seen through the Case of the Curious Collector Myron Eells,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 2 (2011): 185-205.

 

Pawley, Christine and Louise S. Robbins, eds. Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013) 273 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-299-2932-46. [Part of Print Culture History in Modern America series]

 

Pawley, Christine. "Advocate for Access: Lutie Stearns and the Traveling Libraries of the Wisconsin Free Library Commission, 1895-1914," Libraries & Culture 35 (Summer 2000): 434-58.

 

Pawley, Christine. “Blood and Thunder on the Bookmobile: American Public Libraries and the Construction of the \ Reader, 1950-1995,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 264-82.

 

Pawley, Christine. “A Bouncing Babe, a Little Bastard: Women, Print, and the Door-Kewaunee Regional Library, 1950-52,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 208-25.

 

Pawley, Christine. “Race, Reading, and the Book Lovers Club, Des Moines, Iowa, 1925-1941,” Annals of Iowa 65 (Winter 2006): 35-59.

 

Pawley, Christine. Reading on the Middle Border: The Culture of Print in Osage, Iowa, 1860-1900 (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2001) 312 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1-558-49275-5.

 

Pawley, Christine. "Reading versus the Red Bull: Cultural Constructions of Democracy and the Public Library in Cold War Wisconsin," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 87-103.

 

Pawley, Christine. “Retrieving Readers: Library Experiences,” Library Quarterly 76 (October 2006): 379-87.

 

Pearson, Joyce A. McCray. “A Brief History of the University of Kansas School of Law Library,” University of Kansas Law Review 51 (July 2003): 873-903.

 

Peay, Wayne J. “Estelle Brodman and the First Generation of Library Automation,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96 (July 2008): 262-67.

 

Peiss, Kathy. “Cultural Policy in a Time of War: The American Response to Endangered Books in World War II,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 370-86.

 

Penney, Christine. “Peter Hoare and the Hurd Library at Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 46-57.

 

Perry, Timothy P. J. “Early Depictions of the Printing Press: A Model Source,” Printing History Issue 18 (July 2015): 27-53.

 

Perryman, C. “Medicus Deus: A Review of Factors Affecting Hospital Library Services to Patients between 1790- 1950,” Journal of the Medical Library Association

 

Peterson, K. L. “American Academic Librarians’ Attitudes toward Recreational Reading: A Content Analysis of the Periodical Literature,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2006, 52 pp.

 

Pettegree, Andrew. Brand Luther: 1517, Printing, and the Making of the Reformation (New York: Penguin Press, 2015) 383 pp. $29.95. ISBN 978-1-59420-496-8.

 

Phillips, Faye. “To Build upon the Foundation: Charles Gayarré’s Vision for the Louisiana State Library,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 1 (2008): 56-76.

 

Phillips, Heather. “Libraries and National Security Law: An Examination of the USA PATRIOT Act,” Progressive Librarian no. 25 (Summer 2005): 28-42.

 

Picturing the Big Shop: Photos of the U.S. Government Publishing Office, 1900-1980 (Washington, D. C.: U.S. Government Publishing Office, 2017) 268 pp. ISBN 978-0-16-093624-1.

Piecuch, Jim. "Of Great Importance Both to Civil & Religious Welfare: The Portsmouth Social Library, 1750-1786," Historical New Hampshire 57 (Fall/Winter 2002): 67-84.

 

Pierce, Jennifer Burek. “The Reign of Children: The Role of Games and Toys in American Public Libraries, 1876-1925,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 3 (2016): 373-98.

 

Pierce, Jennifer Burek. “Why Girls Go Wrong: Advising Female Teen Readers in the Early Twentieth Century,” Library Quarterly 77 (July 2007): 311-26.

 

Pierpont Morgan Library. The Morgan Library: An American Masterpiece (New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, in association with Scala Publishers, London, 2000) 174 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1-85759-217-4.

 

Pifalo, Victoria. "The Evolution of Rural Outreach from Package Library to Grateful Med: Introduction to the Symposium," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 88 (October 2000): 339-45.

 

Piñeiro, Manuel Vaquero. “Readings for Farmers: Agrarian Almanacs in Italy from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century,” Agricultural History Review v. 63, pt. 2 (2015): 243-64.

 

Plotnick, Rachel. “What Happens When You Push This?: Toward a History of the Not-So-Easy Button,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 3 (2015): 315-38.

 

Poe, Jodi. “Information and Referral Services: A Brief History,” The Southeastern Librarian 54 (Spring 2006): 36- 41.

 

Polansky, Patricia A. “Who Created Us? Faculty, Staff, Book Dealers, and Russian Libraries that Shaped the University of Hawaii Russian Collection,” Slavic & East European Information Resources v. 9, no. 2 (2008): 174- 225.

 

Pollak, Oliver B. "Ladies of little learning, the early years of Omaha's Mu Sigma, 1891-1917," Nebraska Library Association Quarterly 32 (Summer 2001) p. 31-8.

 

Pollak, Oliver B. "The Library Spirit in Seward, Nebraska, 1888-1914," Nebraska Library Association Quarterly 35 (Spring 2004): 15-20.

 

Pollak, Oliver B. “Reading Little Blue Books and Libraries: A Guide to Self-Improvement,” Nebraska Library Association Quarterly 38 (Spring 2007): 9-15.

 

Polovnikova, Inna A. “Born in Siberia: Gennadii Vasil’evich Iudin, 1840-1912,” Slavic & East European Information Resources v. 9, no. 2 (2008): 143-52.

 

Pompelia, Mark, and Carol Terry. “Fleet Library at Rhode Island School of Design: A Decade of Success and Change,” Art Libraries Journal 43 (January 2018): 45–52.

 

Poole, Alex H. “As Popular as Pin-Up Girls: The Armed Forces Editions, Masculinity, and Middlebrow Print Culture in the Mid-Twentieth-Century United States,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 4 (2017): 462-86.

 

Poole, Alex H. “Could My Dark Hands Break through the Dark Shadow?: Gender, Jim Crow, and Librarianship during the Long Freedom Struggle, 1935–1955,” Library Quarterly 88 (October 2018): 348-74.

 

Poole, Alex H. “Harold T. Pinkett and the Lonely Crusade of African American Archivists in the Twentieth Century,” The American Archivist 80 (Fall/Winter 2017): 296-335.

 

Popp, Richard K. “Information, Industrialization, and the Business of Press Clippings, 1880-1925,” Journal of American History 101 (September 2014): 427-53.

 

Pozzi, Ellen M. “Going to America: Italian Neighborhoods and the Newark Free Public Library, 1900-1920,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 97-110.

 

Pozzi, Ellen Marie. “The Public Library in an Immigrant Neighborhood: Italian Immigrants’ Information Ecologies in Newark, New Jersey, 1889-1919,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Rutgers University), 2013, 336 pp.

Preer, Jean. “Counter Culture: The World as Viewed from Inside the Indianapolis Public Library, 1944-1956,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 129-47.

 

Preer, Jean. “Promoting Citizenship: How Librarians Helped Get Out the Vote in the 1952 Presidential Election,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 1 (2008): 1-28. [Awarded 2007 Justin Winsor Prize]

 

Preer, Jean. “Wake Up and Read!: Book Promotion and National Library Week, 1958,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 92-106.

 

Preer, Jean and Lydia Spotts. “Meeting under the Dome: The ALA Holds Its 1928 Conference in West Baden,” Indiana Libraries v. 31, no. 2 (2012): 11-16.

 

Preer, Jean L. "Exploring the American Idea at the New York Public Library," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 135-54.

 

Preer, Jean L. “Man’s Right to Knowledge: Libraries and Columbia University’s 1954 Cold War Bicentennial,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 623-37.

 

Preer, Jean L. "This Year-Richmond!: The 1936 Meeting of the American Library Association," Libraries & Culture 39 (Spring 2004): 137-60.

 

Prescott, Heather. “The Pill at Fifty: Scientific Commemoration and the Politics of American Memory,” Technology and Culture 54 (October 2014): 735-45.

 

Primich, Tracy and Caroline Richardson. “The Integrated Library System: From Innovation to Relegation to Innovation Again,” Acquisitions Librarian nos. 35/36 (2006): 119-33.

 

Prizeman, Oriel. “Function and Decoration, Tradition and Invention: Carnegie Libraries and their Architectural Messages,” Library & Information History 29 (November 2013): 239-57.

 

Prizeman, Oriel. Philanthropy and Light: Carnegie Libraries and the Advent of Transatlantic Standards for Public Space (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2012) 235 pp. $125.00 ISBN 978-1-40942-798-8.

 

Purcell, Mark. “Clumber, Nottinghamshire: The Rise and Fall of a Ducal Library,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 88-99.

 

Purifacato, David. “Well Selected and Well Bound: The Antebellum American Home Library,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 2 (2018): 127-50.

 

Putnis, Peter. “Shipping the Latest News across the Pacific in the 1870s: California’s News of the World,” American Journalism 30 (Spring 2013): 235-59.

 

Quinlan, Nora J. “Desperate Times, Desperate Measures: The Great Depression and Florida Libraries,” Florida Libraries 51 (Fall 2008): 4-8.

 

Quinn, Aimee C. "Keeping the Citizenry Informed: Early Congressional Printing and 21st Century Information Policy," Government Information Quarterly v. 20, no. 3 (2003): 281-93.

 

Raabe, Christiane. “Bookbird 1957-1962: The Beginnings of the First International Journal for Children's Literature,” Bookbird: A Journal of International Children's Literature v. 55, no. 4 (2017): 75-79.

 

Raber, Douglas. “ACONDA and ANA-CONDA: Social Change, Social Responsibility, and Librarianship,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 675-97.

 

Radford, Gary P. "Trapped in Our Own Discursive Formations: Toward an Archaeology of Library and Information Science," Library Quarterly 73 (January 2003): 1-18. [Response to Wiegand's "Tunnel Vision and Blind Spots: What the Past Tells Us about the Present," LQ 69 (January 1999): 1-32]

 

Radford, Marie L. and Gary P. Radford. "Librarians and Party Girls: Cultural Studies and the Meaning of the Librarian," Library Quarterly 73 (January 2003): 54-69. [Response to Wiegand's "Tunnel Vision and Blind Spots: What the Past Tells Us about the Present," LQ 69 (January 1999): 1-32]

 

Radway, Janice A. “From the Underground to the Stacks and Beyond: Girl Zines, Zine Librarians, and the Importance of Itineraries through Print Culture,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 237-59.

 

Radway, Janice. “The Library as Place, Collection, or Service: Promoting Book Circulation in Durham, North Carolina, and at the Book-of-the-Month Club, 1925-1945,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 231-63.

 

Rains, Stephanie. “Going in for Competitions: Active Readers and Magazine Culture, 1900–1910,” Media History 21 (May 2015): 138–49.

 

Ramdsden, Randi Julia. “Shaping Identity: The History of German-Language Newspapers in Wisconsin,” Wisconsin Magazine of History 100 (Autumn 2016): 28-43.

 

Rankin, Joy. “From the Mainframes to the Masses: A Participatory Computing Movement in Minnesota Education, Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 197-216.

 

Rassuli, Kathleen M. and Stanley C. Hollander. “Revolving, Not Revolutionary Books: The History of Rental Libraries until 1960,” Journal of Macromarketing 21 (December 2001): 123-34.

 

Rastorfer, R.Y. "Thomas S. Dabagh and the Institutional Beginnings of the UCLA Law Library: A Cautionary Tale," Law Library Journal 95 (Summer 2003): 347-68.

 

Rau, Erik P. “Managing the Machine in the Stacks: Operations Research, Bibliographic Control and Library Computerization, 1950-2000,” Library History 23 (June 2007): 151-68.

 

Rauen, Marjorie B. “Reading Controversy: The Narratives of San Francisco Public Library’s New Main Building,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles), 2006, 424 pp.

 

Raven, James. “Social Libraries and Library Societies in Eighteenth-Century North America,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 24-52.

 

Rayward, W. Boyd. “The Historical Development of Information Infrastructures and the Dissemination of Knowledge: A Personal Reflection,” Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 31 (April/May 2005): 19-22.

 

Rayward, W. Boyd and Christine Jenkins, eds. “Libraries in Times of War, Revolution, and Social Change,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): entire issue. [Boyd and Jenkins have an introductory essay, pp. 361-69.

 

Razer, Bob. “A Chapter in Arkansas Library History: The Library Association's Fourth Quarter Century, 1987-2011, (Part 1)” Arkansas Libraries 68 (Fall 2011): 8-11.

 

Razer, Bob. “A Chapter in Arkansas Library History: The Library Association's Fourth Quarter Century, 1987-2011, (Part 2)” Arkansas Libraries 68 (Winter 2011): 14-19.

 

Reber, Douglas. "Librarians as Organic Intellectuals: A Gramscian Approach to Blind Spots and Tunnel Vision," Library Quarterly 73 (January 2003): 33-53. [Response to Wiegand's "Tunnel Vision and Blind Spots: What the Past Tells Us about the Present," LQ 69 (January 1999): 1-32.

 

Rebsamen, Werner. “Historical Aspects of Librarian and Library Binder Relationship,” New Library Scene 24 (June 2005): 3, 6-8.

 

Reed, Henry Hope and Francis Morrone. The New York Public Library: The Architecture and Decoration of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2011) 320 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-0-393-07810- 7.

 

Reinert, Margaret Ann. Celebrating 40 years! An Informal History of ALA RSD/RASD/RUSA History Section, 1961-2001: Forty Years of Progress (s.l.: s.n., 2001) 69 pp.

 

Relyea, Harold C. “Across the Hill: The Congressional Research Service and Providing Research for Congress: A Retrospective on Origins,” Government Information Quarterly 27 (October 2010): 414-22.

Ress, David. “Changing Course on Freedom of Information: The 1911 Typhoid Records Case,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 4 (2017): 385-411.

 

Rettig, James. “Reference Service: From Certainty to Uncertainty,” Advances in Librarianship v. 30 (2006): 105-43.

 

Reuben, Neptune H. “The Irony of Un-American Historiography: Daniel J. Boorstin and the Rediscovery of a U.S. Archive of Decolonization,” American Historical Review v. 120 (2015): 935-50.

 

Reynolds, Maryan E. with Joel Davis. The Dynamics of Change: A History of the Washington State Library (Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press, 2001) ISBN 0-8742-22-48-6.

 

Reznick, Jeffrey S. U. S. National Library of Medicine (Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2017) 128 pp. $27.00 ISBN 978-1-4671-260-83.

 

Rich, Rachel. “‘If You Desire to Enjoy Life, Avoid Unpunctual People’: Women, Timetabling and Domestic Advice, 1850–1910,” Cultural and Social History v. 12, no. 1 (2015): 95–112.

 

Richards, Pamela Spence. "Cold War Librarianship: Soviet and American Library Activities in Support of National Foreign Policy, 1946-1991," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 193-203.

 

Richardson, John V., Jr. "The Current State of Research on Reference Transactions," Advances in Librarianship vol. 26 (2002): 175-230. [Contains historical literature review; more on this can be found in Matthew L. Saxton and John V. Richardson, Jr. Understanding Reference Transactions: Transforming an Art into a Science (New York: Academic Press, 2002), esp. chapter 2.]

 

Richardson, John V., Jr. “Harriet G. Eddy (1876-1966): California's First County Library Organizer and Her Influence on USSR Libraries,” California State Library Foundation Bulletin no. 94 (2009): 2-13.

 

Richmond, Robert W. Shining the Light: A Centennial History of the Kansas Library Association (Hutchinson: Kansas Kansas Library Association, 2000) 64 pp.

 

Ricketts, Rita. Scholars, Poets & Radicals: Discovering Forgotten Lives in the Blackwell Collections (London: Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, 2015) 302 pp. $50.00 ISBN978-1-85124-425-6.

 

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Ring, Daniel F. "Men of Energy and Snap: The Origins and Early Years of the Billings Public Library," Libraries & Culture 36 (Summer 2001): 397-412.

 

Ring, Daniel F. “Carnegie Libraries,” in Richard Sisson, Christian Zacher, and Andrew Cayton, eds. The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2007), pp. 659-660.

 

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Robbins, Louise S. The Dismissal of Miss Ruth Brown: Civil Rights, Censorship, and the American Library (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2000) 237 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-8061-3163-2.

 

Robbins, Louise S. "The Overseas Libraries Controversy and the Freedom to Read: U.S. Librarians and Publishers Confront Joseph McCarthy," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 27-39.

 

Robbins, Louise S. “Publishing American Values: The Franklin Book Programs as Cold War Cultural Diplomacy,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 638-50.

 

Robbins, Louise S. “Responses to the Resurrection of Miss Ruth Brown: An Essay on the Reception of a Historical Case Study,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 4 (2007): 422-37.

 

Robbins, Louise S., Anne H. Lundin and Michele Besant, comp. and eds. Tradition and Vision: Library and Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin: A Centennial History (Madison, WI: School of Library and Information Studies, 2006) 306 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-9364-422-0-4.

 

Robbins, Sarah. “Woman’s Work for Woman: Gendered Print Culture in American Mission Movement Narratives,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 251-80.

 

Robertson, Craig. “Learning to File: Reconfiguring Information and Information Work in the Early Twentieth Century,” Technology and Culture 58 (October 2017): 955-81.

 

Robertson, Craig. “Paper, Information, and Identity in 1920s America,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 3 (2015): 392-416.

 

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Roff, Sandra. “A Room of Her Own: The Woman's Library, A Footnote to New York City Library History,” Information & Culture 49, no. 4 (2014): 450-68.

 

Roffman, Karin. “Women Writers and Their Libraries in the 1920s,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 203-30.

 

“Roosevelt Reading: The Pigskin Library, 1909-1910,” Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal v. 34, nos. 1-3 (Winter-Summer 2013): 9-34.

 

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Rose, Jonathan. "Alternative Futures for Library History," Libraries & Culture 38 (Winter 2003): 50-60. [Response to Davis and Aho's recent "Whither Library History," Library History 17 (March 2001): 21-37]

 

Rowe, Stephen M. “Athena on the Chattahoochee,” Alabama Heritage no. 95 (Winter 2010): 8-19.

 

Rubenstein, Ellen. “From Social Hygiene to Consumer Health: Libraries, Health Information, and the American Public from the Late Nineteenth Century to the 1980s,” Library & Information History 28 (September 2012): 202-19.

 

Rubery, Matthew. “From Shell Shock to Shellac: The Great War, Blindness, and Britain’s Talking Library,” Twentieth Century British History v. 26, no. 1 (2015): 1-25.

 

Rubery, Matthew. The Untold Story of the Talking Book (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016) 369 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-674-5454-41.

 

Rudy, Kathryn M. Postcards on Parchment: The Social Lives of Medieval Books (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2015) 359 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-0-300-20989-1.

 

Ruffner, Malissa and Emily J. Glenn. “Highly Subjective: The Librarianship of Winifred Sewell,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 2 (2009): 256-275.

 

Rundle, David. “Good Duke Humfrey: Bounder, Cad, and Bibliophile,” The Bodleian Library Record 27 (2014): 36-53.

 

Russ, Ron. “American Library Association Councilor History: 1984 – 2011,” Arkansas Libraries 68 (Fall 2011): 13-15.

 

Russell, Beth M. "Description and Access in Rare Books Cataloging: A Historical Survey," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35 nos. 3-4 (2003): 491-524.

 

Ryan, Susan M. “An Idea Likely Too Big: John B. Stetson University’s Pursuit of an Academic Carnegie Library in the Early Twentieth Century,” Library & Information History 29 (March 2013): 38-58.

 

Ryckman, Brian, Valeria Long, and Emily Yedinak. “Establishing a Baseline: Evolution and Evaluation of Grand Valley State University’s Off-Campus Library Services,” Journal of Library Administration 49 (January/March 2009): 75-88.

 

Sager, Don. "Before the Memory Fades: Public Libraries in the Twentieth Century," Public Libraries 39 (March/April 2000): 73-77.

 

Sagert, Kelly Boyer. The Birth of Illumination: The First Hundred Years of the Lorain Public Library System (Lorain, OH : Lorain Public Library System, 2001) 51 pp.

 

Salvatore, Ricardo D. “Progress and Backwardness in Book Accumulation: Bancroft, Basadre, and Their Libraries,” Comparative Studies in Society & History 56 (October 2014): 995-1026.

 

Samek, Toni. Intellectual Freedom and Social Responsibility in American Librarianship, 1967-1974 (Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, 2000) $35.00 IBN: 0-7864-0916-9.

 

Samek, Toni. “Unbossed and Unbought: Booklegger Press, the First Woman-Owned American Library Publisher,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 126-55.

 

Samek, Toni, K.R. Roberto, and Moyra Lang, eds. She Was a Booklegger: Remembering Celeste West (Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press,2010) 247 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-9802004-9-2.

 

Sampson-Lizotte, Luess A. "Building a Cultural Institution: The Development of Public Libraries in Two Massachusetts Towns: A Thesis," (Master's Thesis, University of Massachusetts, Boston), 2001, 91 pp.

 

Sandhu, Tahir S. "Beyond American Memory: Technologies of Library and Office Automation and Their Impact on Multimedia Computing for Public Education in the United States, 1963-Present," (Unpublished D.A. Dissertation, Illinois State University), 2001, 402 pp.

 

Sapp, Greg and Ron Gilmour. "A Brief History of the Future of Libraries: Predictions and Speculations from the Literature of the Profession, 1975 to 2000 (Part 1, 1975-1989)" portal: Libraries and the Academy 2 (October 2002): 553-76.

 

Sapp, Greg and Ron Gilmour. "A Brief History of the Future of Libraries: Predictions and Speculations from the Literature of the Profession, 1975 to 2000: Part 2, 1990-2000" portal: Libraries and the Academy 3 (January 2003): 13-34.

 

Sappol, Michael, ed. Hidden Treasure: The National Library of Medicine (Bethesda, MD: National Library of Medicine, 2012) 239 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-922233-42-7.

 

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Saumarez Smith, John. “China, Diplomacy and Espionage: The Books of David and Evangeline Bruce,” The Book Collector, v. 64 (2015): 429-34.

 

Schafer, Valérie. “Part of a Whole: RENATOR, a Twenty-Year-Old Network within the Internet,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 2 (2015): 217-35.

 

Scheppke, Jim. “Public Library Buildings in Oregon: A Historical Sketch,” Oregon Library Association Quarterly 15 (Fall 2009): 8-11.

 

Schlup, Leonard and Stephen H. Paschen, eds. Librarianship in the Gilded Age: An Anthology of Writings, 1868- 1901 (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2009) 340 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-0-7864-4191-4.

 

Schmitt, Bill. Words of Life: Celebrating 50 Years of the Hesburgh Library’s Message, Mural, and Meaning (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame, 2013) 160 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-268-01783-2.

 

Schnapp, Jeffrey T. and Matthew Battles. The Library Beyond the Book (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2014) 167 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0-674-72503-4.

 

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Schonfeld, Roger C. JSTOR: A History (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2003) 412 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-691-115-31-1.

 

Schott, Michael C. “A History of New Jersey Libraries, 1997-2012,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 102 (2015): 109-110.

 

Schuette, Shirley and Nathania Sawyer. From Carnegie to Cyberspace: 100 Years at the Central Arkansas Library System (Little Rock, AR: Butler Center Books, 2010) 156 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-935106-14-2.

 

Schuitema, Joan E. “The Future of Cooperative Cataloging: Curve, Fork, or Impasse?” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 48, nos. 2/3 (2010): 258-70.

 

Schuster, Kristen M. “A Sequential Exploratory Mixed Methods Study of Carnegie Libraries and the Library Profession, 1900-1910,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Missouri), 2017, 213 pp.

 

Scinto, Janet E. “The Panel Stamp in Early and Modern Bindings, Library Quarterly 85 (January 2015): 106-111.

 

Scouvig, Laura and Jack Andersen. “Understanding Information History from a Genre-Theoretical Perspective,” Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology 66 (October 2015): 2061-70.

 

Searing, Susan E. “The Special Collection in Librarianship: Researching the History of Library Science Libraries,” Journal of Education for Library & Information Science 53 (Fall 2012): 225-38.

 

Seaver, Barry W. "Rebecca Browning Rankin Uses Radio to Promote the Municipal Reference Library of the City of New York and the Civic Education of its Citizens," Libraries & Culture 36 (Spring 2001): 289-328.

 

Seaver, Barry W. “Rebecca Rankin’s Campaign for a Municipal Archives in New York, 1920-1952,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 3 (2010): 263-96.

 

Seavey, Charles A. "The American Public Library during the Great Depression," Library Review v. 52, no. 8 (2003): 373-78.

 

Seavey, Charles A. “Musings on the Past and Future of Government Information,” American Libraries 36 (August 2005): 42-44.

 

Seifert, Kelly M., and Lisa M. Russell. “The History of GPO Access,” OLA Quarterly 12 (Spring 2006): 2-6.

 

Seikel, Michele and Thomas Steele. “How MARC Has Changed: The History of the Format and Its Forthcoming Relationship to RDA,” Technical Services Quarterly 28 (July/September 2011): 322-34.

 

Sellie, Alycia. “Meta-Radicalism: The Alternative Press by and for Activist Librarians,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 217-36.

 

Senchyne, Jonathan. “Paper Nationalism: Material Textuality and Communal Affiliation in Early America,” Book History v. 19, no.1 (2016): 66-85.

 

Sevetson, Andrea, ed. The Serial Set: Its Make-up and Content (Bethesda, MD: ProQuest, 2013) 288 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-1-60205-346-5.

 

Shaddy, Robert A. "Randolph Greenfield Adams: Sentimental Bookman–Scholar and Griffin at the Gate," Library History 16 (November 2000): 91-103.

 

Shaddy, Robert Alan. Essays on Books and Bibliophiles: Aspects of the History of Books and Book-Collecting in America (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003) 142 pp. $100.00 ISBN 0-7734-6642-8.

 

Shales, Ezra. “John Cotton Dana and the Business of Enlightening Newark: Applied Art at the Newark Public Library and Museum, 1902-1929,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture), 2007, 399 pp.

 

Shanley, Mary Kay. "A Steelman's Legacy," Iowan 51 (May/June 2003): 28-35. [Discusses Carnegie libraries in Iowa]

 

Sharp, Heather and Vicki Parkes. “Representations of National Identity in Fictionalized History: Children’s Picture Books and World War I,” New Review of Children’s Literature & Librarianship 23 (November 2017): 126-47.

 

Shaw, John T. “The Origins of a State Library: New Jersey, 1704-1824,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 1 (2013): 8-25.

 

Shaw, Robert G. The History of Marinette's Stephenson Public Library: As Reported by the Newspapers of Marinette, WI. (Marinette, WI,: s.n., 2003) 62 pp.

 

Shaw, Tamara. “Doing Their Part: The Services of the San Diego Public Library during World War II,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 570-82.

 

Shedlock, James and Gary D. Byrd. "The Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries Annual Statistics: A Thematic history," Journal of the Medical Library Association 91 (April 2003): 178-85.

 

Shepard, John. “The Legacy of Carleton Sprague Smith: Pan-American Holdings in the Music Division of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts," Notes 62 (March 2006): 621-62.

 

Sherman, Scott, ‘The Battle of 42nd Street,” Public Library Quarterly 36 (January-March 2017): 10–25.

 

Sherman, Scott. Patience and Fortitude: Power, Real Estate, and the Fight to Save a Public Library (Brooklyn, NY: Melville House, 2015) 256 pp. $21.00 ISBN 978-1-61219-429-5.

 

Shevlin, Eleanor F. and Eric N. Lindquist. “The Center for the Book and the History of the Book,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 56-69.

 

Shiflett, Lee. "Louis Shores and Library History," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 35-40.

 

Shiflett, Lee. "Sense-Making and Library History," Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 41 (Summer 2000): 254-59.

 

Shu, Xu. “The Shen Bao Index: Its Academic Significance and Effect on the Development of Chinese Indexing,” Indexer 33 (December 2015): 126-30.

 

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Sicherman, Barbara. “Connecting Lives: Women and Reading, Then and Now,” in Danky and Wiegand, eds. Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Madison: University of Wisconsin, 2006), pp. 3-24.

 

Sickel, James. "Carnegie Libraries in Northeast Wisconsin," Voyageur: Northeast Wisconsin's Historical Review v. 18, no. 1 (2001): 10-20.

 

Siggelakis, Susan J. “A Plain, Dignified Building: Negotiating for an Academic Carnegie Library in Durham.” Historical New Hampshire 70 (Spring 2017): 36-56.

 

Sims Stokes, Sally. Documenting the History of the White House Library Fireplace Tiles, 1944-1962,” Art Documentation 36 (March 2017): 50-72.

 

Sims-Wood, Janet. Dorothy Porter Wesley at Howard University: Building a Legacy of Black History. (Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2014.) 144 pp. $17.00 ISBN 978-1-6261-964-45.

 

Skinner, Julia. “Censorship in the Heartland: Eastern Iowa Libraries during World War I,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 151-67.

 

Skinner, Julia. “Ernestine Rose and the Harlem Public Library: Theory Testing Using Historical Sources,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Florida State University), 2015, 215 pp. [Advisor: Melissa Gross]

 

Skinner, Julia. “Innovation in Harlem: Using the Change in Historic Institutions Model to Study a Public Library’s Development,” Library Quarterly 87 (April 2017): 136-49.

 

Sly, Jordan S. “Improve the Moment: Mechanics’ Institutes and the Culture of Improvement in the Nineteenth-Century,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 16-27.

 

Smiraglia, Richard P. "The History of the Work in the Modern Catalog," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. ? (2003): 553-67.

 

Smith, A. Arro. Capturing Our Stories: An Oral History of Librarianship in Transition (Chicago: ALA, 2017). 202 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-8389-146-18.

 

Smith, Ashley M. “American Libraries in Wartime: The Role of Propaganda,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2007, 38 pp. [Advisor: Jerry Saye]

 

Smith, Elizabeth H. “Retrospection: The First Hundred Years of North Carolina’s Libraries: 1861-1875,” North Carolina Libraries Online 65 (Fall/Winter 2007): 58-61. [http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_65_3-4_Fall- Winter2007.pdf]

 

Smith, Elizabeth H. “Retrospection: The First Hundred Years of North Carolina’s Libraries, 1905,” North Carolina Libraries 63 (Spring/Summer 2005): 5-11. (available also at: http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_63_1- 2_Spring-Summer2005.pdf)

 

Smith, Elizabeth H. “Retrospection: The First Hundred Years of North Carolina’s Libraries, 1915,” North Carolina Libraries 63 (Fall/Winter 2005): 66-71. (available also at: http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_63_3-4_Fall-Winter2005.pdf)

 

Smith, Elizabeth H. “Retrospection: The First Hundred Years of North Carolina’s Libraries, 1930,” North Carolina Libraries 64 (Spring/Summer 2006): 6-11. (available also at: http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_64_1- 2_Spring-Summer2006.pdf

 

Smith, Erica E. “The Library of Meshack Franklin,” (Master’s Thesis, Wake Forest University), 2008, 55 pp. [Franklin served in Congress representing North Carolina from 1807-1815]

 

Smith, Helen. “My Own Small Private Library: USA Armed Forces Editions and the Culture of Collecting,” in John Hinks and Matthew Day, eds., From Compositors to Collectors: Essays on Book-Trade History (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press and the British Library, 2012), pp. 357-74.

 

Smith, Jeanette C. The Laughing Librarian: A History of American Library Humor (Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishing Co., 2012) 239 pp. $50.00. ISBN 978-0-7864-6452-4.

 

Smith, Kent A. “Laws, leaders, and legends of the modern National Library of Medicine,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 96 (April 2008): 121-33.

 

Smith, Linda C. and Carol Tenopir. “Martha E. Williams: Pioneer Information Scientist and Online Industry Guru,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 2 (2010): 185-209.

 

Smith, Mikki and Christine D'Arpa. “What's History Got to Do with It? Seventy Years of Historical Dissertation Research at the School of Information Sciences of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,” Library Trends 65 (Spring 2017): 563-88.

 

Smith, Rita J. "Life is Short, Art is Long: Randolph Caldecott, 1846-1886," The Newberry and Caldecott Awards: A Guide to the Medal and Honor Books 2000 ed. (Chicago: ALA, 2000): 11-17.

 

Smith, Steven Carl. An Empire of Print: The New York Publishing Trade in the Early American Republic (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2017) 244 pp. $100.00 ISBN 978-0-271-0785-19. [Part of the Penn State Series in the History of the Book]

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Solberg, Winton U. "Edmund Janes James Builds a Library: The University of Illinois Library, 1904-1920," Libraries & Culture 39 (Winter 2004): 36-75.

 

Solomon, David J. “Digital Distribution of Academic Journals and its Impact on Scholarly Communication: Looking Back after 20 Years,” Journal of Academic Librarianship 39 (January 2013): 23-28.

 

Solon, Kasia. “Present in its Absence: Law Librarians and Technology at the Founding of AALL,” Law Library Journal 98 (Summer 2006): 515-30.

 

Soni, Jimmy and Rob Goodman. A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2017) 366 pp. $27.00 ISBN 978-1-476-666-83.

 

Sorby, Angela. “Symmetrical Womanhood: Poetry in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 5-34.

 

Sorce, Christian. “Réflexions sur l'histoire des bibliothèques publiques en France et aux États-Unis,” Italian Journal of Library & Information Science 8 (January 2017): 127-38.

 

Soules, Aline. “The Enduring Serial: Past, Present, and Future,” The Serials Librarian v. 51, no. 1 (2006): 103-15.

 

Sparanese, Ann C. "Service to the Labor Community: A Public Library Perspective," Library Trends 51 (Summer 2002): 19-35.

 

Speaker, Susan L. “A Historical Overview of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, 1985-2015,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 106 (April 2018): 162-74.

 

Spencer, Brett. “The Book and the Rocket: The Symbiotic Relationship between American Public Libraries and the Space Program, 1950-2015,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 4 (2016): 550-82.

 

Spencer, Brett. “From Atomic Shelters to Arms Control: Libraries, Civil Defense, and American Militarism during the Cold War,” Information & Culture v. 49. No. 3 (2014): 351-85.

 

Spencer, Brett. “Preparing for an Air Attack: Libraries and American Air Raid Defense during World War II,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 2 (2008): 125-47.

 

Spencer, Brett. “Rise of the Shadow Libraries: America’s Quest to Save its Information and Culture from Nuclear Destruction during the Cold War,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 2 (2014): 145-76.

 

 

Spencer, Rhonda. “Story: Indiana Libraries and the West Baden Springs Hotel,” Indiana Libraries v. 31 (2012): 6-10.

 

Spooner, G. "Establishment of African American Public Library Service in Louisiana," Louisiana Libraries 63 (Winter 2001): 23-5.

 

"Spotlight: Thomas Fountain Blue," Kentucky Libraries 67 (Fall 2003): 6-7.

 

Sroka, Marek. “A Book Never Dies: The American Library Association and the Cultural Reconstruction of Czechoslovak and Polish Libraries, 1945–1948,” Library & Information History v. 33, no. 1 (2017): 19-34.

 

St. Clair, Ann. "Building Up: A History of Montana Tech Library 1900-2006," The Montana Professor: A Journal of Education, Politics and Culture 16 (Spring 2006): 26-31.

 

Stam, David H. What Happened to Me: My Life with Books, Research Libraries, and Performing Arts (Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse, 2014) 334 pp. $20.00 ISBN 978-1-4918614-9-3.

 

Stam, Deirdre C. “Growing Up with Books: Fanny Seward’s Book Collecting, Reading, and Writing in Mid- Nineteenth-Century New York State,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Spring 2006): 189-218.

 

Starr, Joan. “Libraries and National Security: An Historical Review,” First Monday 12 (December 2004): http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue9_12/starr/index.html

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “The Dangers of Unlimited Access: Fiction, the Internet and the Social Construction of Childhood,” Library & Information Science Research v. 36, nos. 3-4 (2014): 154-62.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “A Good Social Work: Women’s Clubs, Libraries, and the Construction of a Secular Society in Utah, 1890-1920,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 46, no. 2 (2011): 135-55.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “In Their Own Image: The Public Library Collection as a Reflection of its Donors,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 4 (2007): 387-408.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “The Intelligent, Thoughtful Personality: Librarianship as a Process of Identity Formation,” Library & Information History 30 (November 2014): 254-72.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “Libraries Are the Homes of Books: Whiteness in the Construction of School Libraries,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 2 (2017): 194-212.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “Polygamy and the Public Library: The Establishment of Public Libraries in Utah before 1910,” Library Quarterly 75 (July 2005): 346-70.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “Public Libraries in Utah,” in Gordon M. Bakken and Alexandra Kindell, eds., Encyclopedia of Immigration and Migration in the American West 2 vols. (Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2006): II: 558-62.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “She Speaks as One Having Authority: Mary E. Downey’s Use of Libraries as a Means to Public Power,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Winter 2005): 38-62.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “Supplanting the Saloon Evil and Other Loafing Habits: Utah’s Library-Gymnasium Movement, 1907-1912,” Library Quarterly 86 (October 2016): 434-48.

 

Stauffer, Suzanne M. “Utilizing This New Medium of Mass Communication: The Regional Film Distribution Programme at the Cleveland Public Library, 1948–1951,” Library & Information History v. 33, no.4 (2017): 258-74.

 

Steele, Colin. “No Easy Rider? The Scholar and the Future of the Research Library by Fremont Rider: A Review Article,” Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 37 (March 2005): 45-51.

 

Stephens, Annabel K. “Bricks, Books, and Metaphor: The Place of the First Libraries in Alabama Communities,” The Southeastern Librarian 54 (Spring 2006): 28-35.

 

Stephens, Annabel K. “The Founding and Early Development of Alabama Public Libraries: A Content Analysis of 116 of the Libraries' Written Histories,” Alabama Librarian v. 54, no. 2 (2004): 32-38.

 

Sternberger, Paul Spencer. “Wealth Judiciously Expended,” Journal of the History of Collections 15 (November 2003): 229-40. [Discusses library of New York industrialist Robert Leighton Stuart (1806-18820]

 

Stetler, Pepper. Stop Reading! Look!: Modern Vision and the Weimar Photographic Book (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2015) 252 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-0-472-11966-0.

 

Stevens, Hallam. “The Politics of Sequence: Data Sharing and the Open Source Software Movement,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 4 (2015): 465-503.

 

Stevenson, Siobhan. “The Political Economy of Andrew Carnegie’s Library Philanthropy, with a Reflection on its Relevance to the Philanthropic Work of Bill Gates,” Library & Information History 26 (December 2010): 237-57.

 

Stevenson, Siobhan A. “The Post-Fordist Public Library: From Carnegie to Gates,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Western Ontario, Canada), 2005, 201 pp.

 

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Stewart, J. Brenton. “To Support the Southern Medical Public: The Medical College of Georgia as a Southern Information Agency, 1828-1861,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 4 (2015): 554-77.

 

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Stoddard, Roger E. “How I Found the Poets and How I Left Them: A Librarian’s Apology for Bibliography,” Harvard Library Bulletin 25 (Summer 2014): 20-36.

 

Stoddard, Roger E. Library-Keeper's Business: Essays ed. by Carol Z. Rothkopf (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Books, 2002) 480 pp. $85.00 ISBN 1-58456-073-8. [Stoddard is Curator of Rare Books in the Harvard College Library]

 

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Svenson, Nanette. The United Nations as a Knowledge System (New York: Routledge, 2016) 252 pp. $$145.00 ISBN 978-0-415-73517-9.

 

Swetnam, Susan H. Books, Bluster, and Bounty: Local Politics in the Intermountain West and Carnegie Library Building Grants, 1898-1920 (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2012) 251 pp. $28.00 ISBN 978-0- 87421-842-8.

 

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Tarsis, Irina. “Book Dealers, Collectors and Librarians: Major Acquisition Sources of Russian Imperial Books at Harvard, 1920s-1950s,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies 43 (Spring-Winter 2009): 419-443.

 

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Tevis, Ray and Brenda Tevis. The Image of Librarians in Cinema, 1917-1999 (Jeffersion, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2005) 230 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-7864-2150-9.

 

Thackery, Arnold and David C. Brock. "Eugene Garfield: History, Scientific Information, and Chemical Endeavor," in Blaise Cronin and Helen B. Atkins, eds. The Web of Knowledge: A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield (Medford, NJ: ASIS, 2000), pp. 11-23.

 

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Thompson, Joseph Downing, Jr. "African Americans and Education: A Study of Arna Bontemps," Syracuse University Library Associates Courier v. 33 (1998-2001): 77-99.

 

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Tilley, Carol L. “Of Nightingales and Supermen: How Youth Services Librarians Responded to Comics between the Years 1938 and 1955,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University), 2007, 297 pp. [Advisor: Debora Shaw]

 

Tilley, Carol L. “Seducing the Innocent: Fredric Wertham and the Falsifications that Helped Condemn Comics,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 47, no. 4 (2012): 383-413.

 

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Todd, Emily B. “Afterword: The Woman’s Building Library and History,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Winter 2006): 153-61.

 

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Tucker, John Mark. “Wilderness Journey during the Jim Crow Era: A Review Essay,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Spring 2005): 149-55.

 

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Wadsworth, Sarah, ed. “The Woman’s Building Library of the World’s Columbian Exposition, 1893,” Libraries & Culture, Special Issue, 41 (Winter 2006): 1-161.

 

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Walters, John Spencer. U.S. Government Publication: Ideological Development and Institutional Politics from the Founding to 1970 (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005) 308 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-8108-4819-8.

 

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Weihs, Jean. “Tracking Descriptive Cataloging History,” Technicalities 35 November/December 2015): 1-9.

 

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Welch, Cindy C. “Broadcasting the Profession: The American Library Association and the National Children’s Radio Hour,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2008, 288 pp. [Advisor: Christine A. Jenkins] [focuses on period from 1930-1936]

 

Welch, Cindy C. “Children’s Stories through the Air: Librarian-Broadcasters, 1922-1941,” Library Quarterly 82 (April 2012): 141-59.

 

Welky, David. Everything Was Better in America: Print Culture in the Great Depression (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2008) 266 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0-252-07504-9.

 

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Wendorf, Richard. “Athenaeum Origins,” in Richard Wendorf, ed., The Boston Athenaeum: Bicentennial Essays (Boston: Athenaeum, 2009), pp. 3-32.

 

Wendorf, Richard, ed. The Boston Athenaeum: Bicentennial Essays (Boston: Athenaeum, 2009) 397 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-934552-76-9.

 

Wendorf, Richard. The Scholar-Librarian: Books, Libraries, and the Visual Arts (Boston, MA: The Boston Athenaeum; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2005) 247 pp. $35.00 ISBN 1-58456-159-9. [Wendorf worked at Harvard and at the Boston Athenaeum]

 

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Wertheimer, Andrew B. and Donald G. Davis, Jr., eds. "Library History Research in America: Essays Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Library History Round Table," Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): entire issue.

 

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Westphall, Allan F. Books and Religious Devotion: The Redemptive Reading of an Irishman in Nineteenth-Century New England (University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2015) 228 pp. $80.00 ISBN 978-0-271-06404-8.

 

Wheeler, Maurice and Debbie Johnson-Houston. "A Brief History of Library Service to African Americans," American Libraries 35 (February 2004): 42-45.

 

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Whitmire, Ethelene. “Breaking the Color Barrier: Regina Andrews and the New York Public Library,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 4 (2007): 409-21.

 

Whitmire, Ethelene. Regina Anderson Andrews: Harlem Renaissance Librarian (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2014) 147 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-0-252-03850-1.

 

Widdersheim, Michael Majewski. “Libraries and the Circulation of Power: A Historical Case Study of Pittsburgh, 1924-2016,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh), 2017, 824 pp.

 

Widzinski, Lori. “Step Away from the Machine: A Look at Our Collective Past,” Library Trends 58 (Winter 2010): 358-77. [History of media collections in U.S.]

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “ALA’s Proudest Moments,” American Libraries 47 (June 2016): 32-39.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. "American Library History Literature, 1947-1997: Theoretical Perspectives?" Libraries & Culture 35 (Winter 2000): 4-34.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Any Ideas!: The American Library Association and the Desegregation of Public Libraries in the American South,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 1 (2017): 1-22.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Books not Bullets: A Communist Campaign for the Minneapolis Library Board,” Minnesota History 62 (Winter 2010-2011): 148-58.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. "Broadening Our Perspectives," Library Quarterly 73 (January 2003): v-x. [Introduction to special issue discussing Wiegand's "Tunnel Vision and Blind Spots: What the Past Tells Us about the Present," LQ 69 (January 1999): 1-32]

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Collecting Contested Titles: The Experience of Five Small Public Libraries in the Rural Midwest, 1893-1956,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 368-84.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Community Places and Reading Spaces: Main Street Public Library in the Rural Heartland, 1876-1956,” in Christine Pawley and Louise S. Robbins, eds., Libraries and the Reading Public in Twentieth-Century America (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), pp. 23-39.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. "Dewey in Boston: 1876-1883," (Papers from the Round Table on Library History Session at the Sixty-Seventh Council and General Conference of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Boston, Massachusetts, August 16-25, 2001) University of Illinois GSLIS, Occasional Papers, no. 212 (May 2002): 17-25.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “An Established Institution: The Morris Public Library of Morris, Illinois,” Journal of Illinois History 13 (Winter 2010): 265-88.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Introduction: On the Social Nature of Reading,” in Diana Tixier Herald, edited by Wayne A. Wiegand, Genreflecting: A Guide to Popular Reading Interests (Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2006), pp. 3-14.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Libraries and the Invention of Information,” in Eliot and Rose, eds. A Companion to the History of the Book (Blackwell, 2007), pp. 531-43.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. Main Street Public Library: Community Places and Reading Spaces in the Rural Heartland, 1876-1856 (Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 2011) 284 pp. $26.00 ISBN 978-1-60938-067-0.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. Part of Our Lives: A People’s History of the American Public Library (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015) 331 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-19-02480-00.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “The Rich Potential of American Public School Library History: Research Needs and Opportunities for Historians of Education and Librarianship,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 1 (2007): 57-74.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. "To Reposition a Research Agenda: What American Studies Can Teach the LIS Community about the Library in the Life of the User," Library Quarterly 73 (October 2003): 369-82.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Tourist Attraction: The Moore Library of Lexington, Michigan, 1903-1953,” Library Quarterly 81 (July 2011): 251-76.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. “Tunnel Vision and Blind Spots Reconsidered Part of Our Lives (2015) as a Test Case,” Library Quarterly 85 (October 2015): 347-70.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A., ed. “Windows on the World: Analyzing Main Street Public Library Collections,” Library Trends 60 (Spring 2012): entire issue.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. and Sarah Wadsworth. “By Invitation Only: The American Library Association and the Woman's Library of the World's Columbia Exposition, Chicago, 1893," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 35 (Spring 2010): 699-722.

 

Wiegand, Wayne A. and Shirley A. Wiegand. The Desegregation of Public Libraries in the Jim Crow South: Civil Rights and Local Activism (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 2018) 266 pp. $38.00 ISBN 978-0-8071-6867-7.

 

Wilhite, Jeffrey M. “We Bind Ourselves Together: A History of the Oklahoma Student Librarians Association,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 83 (Fall 2005): 308-325.

 

Wilkerson, Laura M. “Lura Slaughter and Mary Ahern: In the Service of Libraries,” Indiana Libraries v. 31, no. 2 (2012): 33-39.

 

Wilkin, Binnie Tate. African American Librarians in the Far West: Pioneers and Trailblazers (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2006) 352 pp. $55.00 ISBN 0-8108-5156-3.

 

Willett, Holly G. "Rifles for Watie: Riley, and Racism," Libraries & Culture 36 (Fall 2001): 487-505.

 

Williams, Kaurri C. “History of the Sevier County Public Library System,” Tennessee Libraries (Online): http://www.tnla.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=296

 

Williams, Robert V. “A Bibliographical Guide to a Chronological Record of Statistics of National Scope on Libraries in the United States.” Available online at: http://www.libsci.sc.edu/bob/LibraryStatistics/LibraryStatisticsGuide.html

 

Williams, Robert V. “Enhancing the Cultural Record: Recent Trends and Issues in the History of Information Science and Technology,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 3 (2009): 326-42.

 

Williams, Robert V. “Hans Peter Luhn and Herbert M. Ohlman: Their Roles in the Origins of Keyword-in- Context/Permutation Automatic Indexing,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 (April 2010): 835-49.

 

Williams, Robert V. “Madeline M. Henderson: From Chemical Information Science Pioneer to Architect of the New Information Science,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 2 (2010): 167-84.

 

Williams, Robert V. and Ben-Ami Lipetz, eds. Covert and Overt: Recollecting and Connecting Intelligence Service and Information Science (Medford, N.J.: Published for the American Society for Information Science and Technology by Information Today in cooperation with Scarecrow Press, Inc, 2005) 250 pp. $50.00 ISBN 1-57387- 234-2. [part of the ASIST monograph series].

 

Williams, Robert V. and Martha Jane K. Zachert. “Centennial Reflections on a Name,” Information Outlook 13 (January 2009): 16-22.

 

Williams, Wiley J., comp. "History of North Carolina Libraries and Librarianship: A Bibliography, Part 1," North Carolina Libraries 62 (Spring 2004): 50-58. [Also available at: http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_62_1_Spring2004.pdf]

 

Williams, Wiley J., comp. "History of North Carolina Libraries and Librarianship: A Bibliography, Part 2," North Carolina Libraries 62 (Summer 2004): 91-100. [Also available at: http://www.nclaonline.org/NCL/ncl/NCL_62_2_Summer2004.pdf]

 

Willison, Ian. “On the History of the Archival Library and Scholarship in the West since the Alexandrian Library: An Overview,” Alexandria v. 25 (2014): 87-110.

 

Wilson, Richard A. “The Idaho State Library–1901 to 2005,” PNLA Quarterly 70 (Winter 2006): 10, 19.

 

Wilson, Richard Arave. “The Development of the Idaho State Library: Chronicles and Narratives, 1901 to 2004,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Idaho), 2005, 257 pp.

 

Wilson, Thomas D. “The Library of James Edward Oglethorpe,” Georgia Historical Quarterly v. 99 (2015): 323-47.

 

Wing, John M. Chicago Diaries of John M. Wing, 1865-1866 (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2002) 139 pp. $20.00 ISBN 0-8093-2483-0.

 

Winkler, Jonathan Reed. “Blurred Lines: National Security and the Civil-Military Struggle for Control of Telecommunications Policy during World War II,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 4 (2016): 500-31.

 

Winship, Michael. “The Library of Congress in 1892: Ainsworth Spofford, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, and Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 45, no. 1 (2010): 85-91.

 

Winther, Barbara, et al. They Like Noble Causes: How a Community Built a Library : A Drama in Five Acts: The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Bainbridge Public Library (Bainbridge Island, WA : Winslow Group, 2000) 114 pp. ISBN 0-615115-28-4.

 

Wirtén, Eva Hemmungs. Making Marie Curie: Intellectual Property and Celebrity Culture in an Age of Information (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015) 223 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-226-23584-4.

 

Wisely, Steve. "History of Medford School Distriction Library Media Centers," Knowledge Quest 31 (September/October 2002, supplement): 51-56.

 

Wiseman, Frederick, Director. “Ex Libris: New York Public Library,” [Documentary; 3 hours 17 minutes] September 2017.

 

Wisser, Katherine M. “The Organization of Knowledge and Bibliographic Classification in Nineteenth-Century America,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2009, 319 pp.

 

Witkowski, Terrance H. “General Book Store in Chicago, 1938-1947: Linking Neighborhood to Nation,” Journal of Historical Research in Marketing v. 1, no. 1 (2009): 93-121.

 

Witt, John M. The Carnegie Libraries of Iowa (Washington, MO: Robidoux Books, 2003) 309 pp. ISBN 0 9729219 0 7.

 

Witt, Steven. “Agents of Change: The Rise of International Librarianship and the Age of Globalization,” Library Trends 62 (Winter 2014): 504-18.

 

Witt, Steven. “The Evolution of Privacy within the American Library Association, 1906–2002,” Library Trends 65 (Spring 2017): 639-57.

 

Witt, Steven. “Merchants of Light: The Paris Library School, Internationalism, and the Globalization of a Profession,” The Library Quarterly 83 (April 2013):131-51.

 

Witt, Steven W. “International Mind Alcoves: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Libraries, and the Struggle for Global Public Opinion, 1917–54,” Library & Information History 30 (November 2014): 273-90.

 

Wolff, Katherine. Culture Club: The Curious History of the Boston Athenaeum (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2009) 204 pp. $80.00 ISBN 978-1-55849-713-9.

 

Woody, Rachael Cristine, and Rich Schmidt. “Following the Roots of Oregon Wine,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 114 (Fall 2013): 324-39. [discusses Oregon Wine History Archive]

 

Worel, Sunny Lynn, and Melissa Lyle Rethlefsen. "1927 reference in the new millennium: where is the Automat?" Journal of the Medical Library Association 91 (Apr. 2003): 222-30.

 

Worrell, Diane Featherston. "Patricia B. Knapp: Pioneer in Library Instruction," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Women's University), 2002, 223 pp. [Advisor: Keith Swigger]

 

Wright, Curtis H. Jesse Shera, Librarianship, and Information Science (Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press, 2013) 126 pp. $22.00 ISBN 978-1-936117-75-8. [This is a reprint of the 1988 edition published by the School of Information Sciences, Brigham Young University with a new forward and index]

 

Wulf, Andrew James. U.S. International Exhibitions during the Cold War (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015) 356 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-4642-3.

 

Yale, Elizabeth. “The History of Archives: The State of the Discipline,” Book History v. 18 (2015): 332-59.

 

Yamashita, Kenneth A. "Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association–A History of APALA and Its Founders," Library Trends 49 (Summer 2000): 88-109.

 

Yang, Yang. The Sage in the Cathedral of Books: The Distinguished Chinese American Library Professional Dr. Hwa-Wei Lee trans. by Ying Zhang (Athens, OH: Ohio University Special Publications, 2016) 345 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-9667644-8-2.

 

Yankaskas, Lynda K. “Borrowing Culture: Social Libraries and American Civic Life, 1734-1854,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Brandeis University), 2009, 208 pp.

 

Yates, Sarah. “A Brief Overview of Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books. (And What the Rules Mean for Non-Catalogers) ,” Unbound 1 (2008): 41-43.

 

Yates, Sarah. “Cataloging Trends and Acronyms: Of DCRM(B), RDA, and FRBR,” Unbound 1 (2008): 55-58.

 

Yates, Sarah. “Controlled Vocabularies: Not Just for the Parents of Preschoolers,” Unbound 3 (2010): 85-89.

 

Yates, Sarah. “"Imperfect Copy: Worm Holes Throughout"" Copy-Specific Notes in Rare Book Cataloging,” Unbound 1 (2008): 45-50.

 

Yates, Sarah. “Inhuman Murder!!!, or, The Court TV of the Nineteenth Century,” Unbound 3 (2010): 91-96.

 

Yates, Sarah. “Some Special Considerations for Special Collections Cataloging,” Unbound 1 (2008): 65-68.

 

Yates, Sarah. “This Column is Published,” Unbound 3 (2010): 97-101.

 

Yee, Martha M. “Wholly Visionary: The American Library Association, the Library of Congress, and the Card Distribution Program,” Library Resources & Technical Services 53 (April 2009): 68-78.

 

York, Maurice C. “The North Carolina State Library as a Cultural Resource, 1812-1914,” North Carolina Historical Review 89 (January 2012): 1-26.

 

Young, Arthur P. “Aftermath of a Prediction: F. W. Lancaster and the Paperless Society,” Library Trends 56 (Spring 2008): 843-

58.

 

Young, Arthur P. and John C. Bertot. “Wayne A. Wiegand and the Library: A Passionate Engagement,” Library Quarterly 81 (July 2011): 245-49.

 

Young, Sheridan Eleanor. “Setbacks and Successes: Cameron University’s Library, 1909-2000,” Chronicles of Oklahoma 85 (Fall 2007): 280-307.

 

Zboray, Ronald J. and Mary Saracino Zboray. "Home Libraries and the Institutionalization of Everyday Practices among Antebellum New Englanders," American Studies 42 (Fall 2001): 63-86.

 

Zhang, Alex Xiaomeng. “Asian American Law Libraries Caucus: A Jewel in the Crown,” in Janet Hunju Clarke, Raymond Pun, and Monnee Tong, eds. Asian American Librarians and Library Services: Activism, Collaborations, and Strategies (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018), pp. 51-56.

 

Zhang, Jane. “Recordkeeping in Book Form: The Legacy of American Colonial Recordkeeping,” Information & Culture 49, no. 4 (2014): 469-91.

 

Zhang, Liang, Justin J. W. Powell, and David P. Baker. “Exponential Growth and the Shifting Global Center of Gravity of Science Production, 1900-2011,” Change: The Magazine of Higher Education 47 (July/August 2015): 46-49.

 

Zhang, Mei and Jonathan Senchyne. Libraries and Publisher Price Control: The Net Price System (1901-1914) and Contemporary E-Book Pricing Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 1, no. 2 (2017): 171-93.

 

Zhou, Peter X., ed. Collecting Asia: East Asian Libraries in North America, 1868-2008 (Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Asian Studies, Inc., 2010) 342 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-924304-56-9.

 

Zhu, Xiaohua. “The Access Rights to Digital Legal Information: A Historical Case Study of Lexis,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison), 2011, 257 pp. [Advisor: Kristin R. Eschenfelder]

 

Ziarnik, Natalie Reif. School & Public Libraries: Developing the Natural Alliance (Chicago: American Library Association, 2003) 123 pp. ISBN: 0 8389 0841 1.

 

Zyzik, Ursula. "Saint Xavier University Library: A Brief History. Catholic Library World 74 (Sept. 2003): 23-29.

 

 

 

 

B. NON-UNITED STATES/NON-WESTERN HEMISPHERE

 

Aguerre, Carolina. “The Internet in Argentina and Brazil: The Origins of Networking Experiences,” Information & Culture v. 52, no. 2 (2017): 264-94.

 

Alvarado Moreno, Jimmy. Historia de la Biblioteca Nacional "Rubén Dario" de Nicaragua (Managua, Nicaragua : Palacio Nacional de la Cultura, 2001) 163 pp.

 

Bak, Greg. "The Greatest Librarians of the World . . .Were Not Graduates of Library School," Libraries & Culture 37 (Fall 2002): 363-83.

 

Baldwin, Betsey. “Stepping Off the Paper Trail? Rethinking the Mainframe Era at the Public Archives of Canada,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Ottawa, Canada), 2006. 284 pp.

 

Beredo, Cheryl. Import of the Archive: U.S. Colonial Rule of the Philippines and the Making of American Archival History (Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2013) 157 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-936117-72-7.

 

Blair, Louisa. Iron Bars & Bookshelves: A History of the Morrin Center (Montreal: Baraka Books, 2016) 259 pp, $35.00 ISBN 978-1-77186-08-02.

 

Boivin, Daniel. “History and Activity of OCLC in Canada,” Journal of Library Administration 49, no. 6 (2009): 599-602.

 

Boone, E. "The Toronto Mechanic's Institute: An Agent of Canadianization?" Feliciter v. 50, no. 1 (2004): 21-23.

 

Brison, Frederik. “L’Etreinte de la Pieuvre Verte: Hachette et les Transformations du Monde du Livre Québécois, 1953-1983,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada), 2009. 466 pp. [in French]

 

Britton, John A. Cables, Crises, and the Press: The Geopolitics of the New International Information System in the Americas, 1866-1903 (Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 2013) 473 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-0-8263-5397-9.

 

Bruce, Lorne. “An Inspector Calls: Angus Mowat and Ontario’s Rural Libraries, 1937-1940," Ontario History 106 (Spring 2014): 77-99.

 

Bruce, Lorne. Places to Grow: Public Libraries and Communities in Ontario, 1930-2000 (Guelph, ON: self- published, 2010) 490 pp. ISBN 978-0-9866666-0-5.

 

Bruce, Lorne. “Professionalization, Gender, and Librarianship in Ontario, 1920-75,” Library and Information History 28 (June 2012): 119-36.

 

Bruce, Lorne. “Reading Camps and Travelling Libraries in New Ontario, 1900-05," Historical Studies in Education/Revue d’histoire de l’éducation 26 (Fall 2014): 71-97.

 

Bruce, Lorne D. “Building Canadian Electronic Libraries: The Experience in Ontario Public Libraries, 1960-2010,” in Ravindra N. Sharma, ed., Libraries in the Early 21st Century 2 vols. (Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2012), 1:91-104.

 

Bruce, Lorne D. “Postwar Canadian Academic Libraries, 1945-1960,” Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship v. 3 (2018): 1-34.

 

Bruce, Lorne D. “Subscription Libraries for the Public in Canadian Colonies, 1775-1850,” Library & Information History v. 34, no. 1 (2018): 40-63.

Bruce, Lorne D. and Karen L. Bruce. Public Library Boards in Postwar Ontario (Guelph, ON: self-published, 2012) 146 pp. ISBN 978-0-9866666-1-2.

 

Brydges, Barbara. “A Century of Library Support for Teacher Education in Calgary,” Education Libraries 32 (Summer 2009): 4-11.

 

Calvi, Pablo. “The Trial of Francisco Bilbao and its Role in the Foundation of Latin American Journalism,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 4 (2016): 532-49.

 

Campbell, Anne, Jeannie Mah, and Susan Birley, eds. Biblio Files: A History of the Regina Public Library (Regina, SK: University of Regina Press, 2017).

 

Centellas, Kate M. “Cameroon is Just Like Bolivia!: Southern Expertise and the Construction of Equivalency in South-South Scientific Collaborations,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 2 (2014): 177-203.

 

Clark, John W., Jr. “Opening the Bishop's Books: John Strachan's Library and Enlightenment Thought,” Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society 52 (Spring 2014): 3-32.

 

Cukierman, Henrique Luiz. “Computer Technology in Brazil: From Protectionism and National Sovereignty to Globalization and Market Competitiveness,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48. No. 4 (2013): 479-505.

 

Curran, Mary and Kewal Krishan. "The Canadian Library Association Serials Interest Group, 1980-1999," Serials Librarian v. 37, no. 3 (2000): 17-39.

 

Curry, Ann. “A Grand Old Sandstone Lady: Vancouver’s Carnegie Library,” in Buschman and Leckie, eds. in Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture (Libraries Unlimited, 2007): 61-76.

 

D’urak, Ewa. “Antecedents of the Warsaw Public Library,” Library & Information History 27 (March 2011): 17-31.

 

Daniel, Dominique. “The Politics of Ethnic Heritage Preservation in Canada: The Case of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 47, no. 2 (2012): 206-232.

 

Dattilo, Maurizio and Judith Saltman. Forty Years of Library Education: The School of Library, Archival & Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 1961-2001 (Vancouver : School of Library, Ar-chival & Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 2001) ISBN 0-88865-219-4.

 

Dean, Heather. “The Persuasion of Books: The Significance of Libraries in Colonial British Columbia,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 46, no. 1 (2011): 50-72.

 

Distad, Merrill. The University of Alberta Library: The First Hundred Years, 1908-2008 (Edmonston, Alberta: University of Alberta Libraries, 2009) 265 pp. $19.95 CAN, ISBN 978-1-55195-245-1.

 

Douglas, Jennifer and Heather MacNeil. “The Generic Evolution of Calendars and Inventories at the Public Archives of Canada, 1882-ca. 1975,” American Archivist 77 (Spring/Summer 2014): 151-74.

 

Edwards, Brendan Frederick R. Paper Talk: A History of Libraries, Print Culture, and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada before 1960 (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005) 248 pp. $48.00 ISBN 0-8108-5113-X.

 

Edwards, Gail. “'Good Reading Among Young Canadians' (c. 1900-50): The Canadian Association of Children's Librarians, Young Canada's Book Week, and the Persistence of Professional Discourse,” Library & Information History 28 (June 2012): 135-49.

 

Friskney, Janet Beverley. “On a Mission for Culture: The New Canadian Library and its Milieu, 1953-1978,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Carleton University, Canada), 1999. 716 pp.

 

Frohnsdorff, Gregory. "Before the Public: Some Early Libraries of Antigua," Libraries & Culture 38 (Winter 2003): 1-23.

 

Gallichan, Gilles. “La Nuit de Feu des Livres et des Archives du Parlement,” Bulletin d'Histoire Politique 22 (Autumn 2013): 80-91.

 

Golick, Greta Petronella. “Frank Nunan and the Guelph Bookbindery: A Documentary Investigation,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Toronto, Canada), 2010, 274 pp.

 

Gordon, Ross. "Fèlix Desrochers: General Librarian, 1933-1956," Canadian Parliamentary Review 24 (Fall 2000): 14-19.

 

Gordon, Ross. “The Library of Parliament in the 19th Century: The French Collection,” Feliciter 51, no. 3 (2005): 112-16.

 

Griffis, Matthew. “Living History: The Carnegie Library as Place in Ontario,” Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 34 (June 2010): 185-211.

 

Gunselman, Cheryl. “The 1905 ALA Conference in Portland: A Triumph of Audacity,” OLA Quarterly 15 (Fall 2009): 2-7.

 

Hann, Jennifer K. “City of Libraries: The Impact of the Urban Reform Movement on the Toronto Public Library,” (Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of Toronto), 2012, 193 pp. [Reform movement during the 1970s]

 

Hanson, Elizabeth. “The 1900 ALA Conference: Charles Gould’s Vision,” Feliciter 53 no. 3 (2007): 160-63.

 

Hanson, Elizabeth. “Charles Gould, the 1900 ALA Conference and the Canadian Library Association,” Feliciter 52, no. 3 (2006): 114-17.

 

Harrison, Tanja. “The Courage to Connect: Mary Kinley Ingraham and the Development of Libraries in the Maritimes,” Library & Information History 28 (June 2012): 75-102.

 

Harvey, Kathryn Nancy. “David Ross McCord (1844-1930): Imagining a Self, Imagining a Nation,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, McGill University, Canada), 2006, 340 pp. [McCord founded the McCord Museum of National History]

 

Hill, Claudia. “Early Days of the Central Library and the Book Van in Trinidad and Tobago,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 42, no. 2 (2007): 180-91.

 

Holley, Robert P. "The Repertoire de Vedettes-Matiere de l'Universite Laval Library, 1946-92: Francophone Subject Access in North America and Europe," Library Resources & Technical Services 46 (October 2002): 138-49.

 

Ings, Catherine and Jennifer Joslin. “Correctional Service of Canada Prison Libraries from 1980 to 2010,” Library Trends 59 (Winter 2011): 386-408.

 

Jones, F. “A Chimney on the Canadian Prairies: Yiddish-Language Libraries in Western Canada, 1900 to the Present,” Judaica Librarianship 12 (2006): 49-68.

 

Jones, Phillip. “Indispensable in a Civilized Society: Manuel Payno’s Las Bibliotecas de México,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 3 (2007): 268-90.

 

Jones, Phillip. “The Mission of Little Star: Juana Manrique de Lara’s Contributions to Mexican Librarianship,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 45, no. 4 (2010): 469-90.

 

Kochkina, Svetlana. “Listening to the Dead With Our Eyes: François Olivier-Martin's Library, a Mirror Image of a Legal Historian,” Library & Information History 32 (August 2016): 203-18.

 

Lajeunesse, Marcel. “The Contribution of Aegidius Fauteux and Edmon Desrochers to Quebec Librarianship in the Twentieth Century,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 47, no. 3 (2012): 340-57.

 

Lajeunesse, Marcel. “Le Bibliothecaire Quebecois: D’un Homme de Lettres a un Professionel de L’information,” Documentation & Bibliotheques 51 (April/June 2005) : 139-48.

 

Lajeunesse, Marcel. “Public Libraries Reading in Quebec: A History of Censorship Freedom,” Library & Information History 28 (March 2012): 26-40.

 

Little, Geoffrey. “The People Must Have Plenty of Good Books: The Lady Tweedsmuir Prairie Library Scheme, 1936-40,” Library & Information History 28 (June 2012): 103-116.

 

Lozano Rivera, Uriel. "La Escuela Interamericana de Bibliotecolgía: 45 Años Formando Liderres en la Gestion de la Información y el Conocimiento para Colombia y America Latina," Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecología 25 (July/December 2002 supp.): entire issue.

 

Lyons, Chris. “Children Who Read Good Books Usually Behave Better, and Have Good Manners,”: The Founding of the Notre Dame de Grace Library for Boys and Girls, Montreal, 1943,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 597- 608.

 

MacLennan, Birdie. “The Library and its Place in Cultural Memory: The Grande Bibliothèque du Québec in the Construction of Social and Cultural Identity,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 4 (2007): 349-86.

 

Maloney, M.C. "Weaving the Golden String: Recalling a Joyful Ninety Years at the Toronto Public Library," Children & Libraries 1 (Spring 2003): 31-35.

 

Maymí-Sugrañes, Héctor J. "The American Library Assocation in Latin America: American Librarianship as a Modern Model during the Good Neighbor Policy Era," Libraries & Culture 37 (Fall 2002): 307-38.

 

McGrath, Leslie Anne. “Service to Children in the Toronto Public Library: A Case Study, 1912-1949,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Idaho, Canada), 2005. 473 pp.

 

McMorrow, Kathleen. "The Origins of the Music Collections in the University of Toronto Library: A Tale of Two Scores," Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 59 (September 2002): 9-19.

 

McNally, Peter and Rosemary Cochrane. Quebec Library Association: An Historical Review, 1932-2007 (Montreal: Association des Bibliothecaires de Québec, 2009) 32 pp. $30.00.

 

McNally, Peter F. “Western Canadiana at McGill University: The Formation of a Rare Book Collection,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 43, no. 2 (2008): 176-92.

 

Milligan, Ian. “A Haven for Perverts, Criminals, and Goons: Children and the Battle for an against Canadian Internet Regulation, 1991-1999,” Histoire Sociale/Social History v.48 (2015): 245-74.

 

Montoya Ríos, M., et al. “Un Reconocimiento de los Actores de la Biblioteca Pública en Antioquia,” Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecología 30 (July/December 2007): 205-226.

 

Mullaney, Thomas S. The Chinese Typewriter: A History (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2017) 481 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-262-0363-68.

 

Münster, Irene. “Libraries in the Jewish Settlements in Argentina,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 2 (2018): 1151-69.

 

Nilsen, Kirsti. “Thirty-Seven CAIS-ASCI Conferences, 1973-2009,” Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 34 (June 2010): 131-59.

 

Ortega, Alma C. “A History of the Fundação Biblioteca Nacional (FBN) and its role in the creation of National Library Reading Initiatives in Brazil,” World Libraries 14 (Fall 2004). [available at: http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/ortega_v14n2.shtml]

 

Overend, Howard. Book Guy: A Librarian in the Peace (Victoria, B.C.: TouchWood Editionst, 2001) 288 pp. ISBN 0-920663-82-6.

 

Paola Picco, M. A. “Quebec’s Public Libraries: An Overview of Their History and Current Situation,” Public Library Quarterly 27, no. 2 (2008): 139-50.

 

Parada, Alejandro E. “Towards a New History of Books and Libraries in Argentina: Background, History and Periods,” Library History 22 (March 2006): 55-60.

 

Pateman, John. "The Development of Public Libraries in Cuba Since 1959," Library History 17 (November 2001): 189-95.

 

Peltier-Davis, Cheryl and Shamin Renwick, eds. Caribbean Libraries in the 21st Century: Changes, Challenges, and Choices (Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2007) 416 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-1-57387-301-7. [Contains several historically oriented essays]

 

Pérez, Nélida. “Two Reading Rooms and the Librarian’s Office: The Evolution of the Centro Library and Archives,” Centro Journal 21 (Fall 2009): 198-219. [Puerto Rico]

 

Pérez-Matos, N. and Juan Carlos Fernández-Molina. “The History of Library and Information Activities in Cuba: The Relationship with its Constitutional Periods,” Library & Information History 26 (September 2010): 213-24.

 

Prieto, Julie Irene. “The Sword and the Book,” Book History v. 16 (2013): 294-317. [Account of Benjamin Franklin Library in Mexico].

 

Rivera Mir, Sebastián. “El Expendio de Libros de Viejo en la Ciudad de México (1886-1930): En Busca de un Lugar entre Pájaros, Fierros y Armas,” Informacion, Cultura y Sociedad Issue 36 (2017): 43-63. [used book stores in Mexico City]

 

Robitaille-Cartier, C. “La Bibliothèque Nationale du Québec a 40 Ans! Genèse de la Gardienne du Patrimoine Documentaire Québécois,” Documentation & Bibliothèques 53 (April/June 2007): 71-83.

 

Salman, Judith, et al., The Canada IFLA Adventure: 85 Years of Canadian Participation in the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, 1927 to 2012 (Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 2013) ISBN 978-0888-02339-1.

 

Serrano-López, Federico Guillermo and Miguel Somoza-Rodríguez. “Social Constructs Regarding the Physical and Sexual Energy of Whites, Indigenous South Americans and Blacks in Spanish and Colombian Primary School Reading Books between 1900 and 1960,” History of Education 46 (September 2017): 578-94.

 

Smart, Cherry-Ann. “Preserving Cultural Products: Libraries, Context, Technology in the English-Speaking Caribbean,” IFLA Journal 43 (December 2017): 348-60.

 

Starr, Mary Jane. "A Golden Celebration: The National Library of Canada at 50," The Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac 48th ed (New York: Information Today, 2003): 221-30.

 

Stuart-Stubbs, Basil. "1927-30: The Muddle Years: History of Efforts to Organize the Canadian Library Association," Feliciter v. 46, no. 3 (2000): 148-49.

 

Stuart-Stubbs, Basil. "1930: the Commissioners' Trail: CLA Commission of Enquiry Tour of Canadian Libraries," Feliciter v. 47 no. 3 (2001): 140-1.

 

Stuart-Stubbs, Basil. "1934: CLA Redux... Almost," Feliciter v. 49, no. 3 (2003): 161-4.

 

Stuart-Stubbs, Basil. "1934-46: The Long Last Lap," Feliciter v. 50, no. 3 (2004): 112-115.

 

Suaiden, Emir Jose. "The Social Impact of Public Libraries," Library Review v. 52, no. 8 (2003): 379-87. [focuses on libraries in Brazil]

 

Teo, Kam W. “Great Aid to the Creation of Intelligent Citizenship”: The Fight for Library Service in Weyburn, 1905-1930,” Saskatchewan History 66 (Spring/Summer2014): 26-34.

 

Vogeley, Nancy. The Bookrunner: A History of Inter-American Relations-Print, Politics and Commerce in the United States and Mexico, 1800-1830 (Philadelphia, PA: American Philosophical Society, 2011) 350 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-60618-011-2.

 

Williams, Dorothy W. “Sankofa: Recovering Montreal’s Heterogeneous Black Print Serials,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, McGill University, Canada), 2006, 374 pp.

 

Zimmermann, A. M. P. "Libraries in Argentina: An Overview," IFLA Journal 30, no. 2 (2004): 108-28.

 

 

 

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Abbas, Hyder. “A Fund of Entertaining and Useful Information: Coffee Houses, Early Public Libraries, and the Print Trade in Eighteenth-Century Dublin,” Library & Information History 30 (February 2014): 41-61.

 

Adshead, David. "A Noble Musaeum of Books: A View of the Interior of the Harleian Library at Wimpole Hall?" Library History 18 (November 2002): 191-206.

 

Adunka, Evelyn. Der Raub der Bücher: Plünderung in der NS-Zeit und Restitution nach 1945 (Wien: Czernin, 2002) 309 pp. ISBN 3-707601-38-2.

 

Agar, Jon. “Putting the Spooks Back In? The UK Secret State and the History of Computing,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 1 (2016): 102-24.

 

Agnew, Robin A.L. "Catalogue of the Library of Sir John Forbes (1787-1861) MD EDIN FRCP LOND FRS., Part 1: Some General Works," Journal of Medical Biography v. 9, no. 2 (2001): 104-08.

 

Agnew, Robin A.L. "Catalogue of the Library of Sir John Forbes (1787-1861) MD EDIN FRCP LOND FRS., Part 2: Works Referring to Sir John Forbes," Journal of Medical Biography v. 9, no. 3 (2001): 175-80.

 

Aitchison, Briony and Peter H. Reid. “The Owner of One of the Largest and Most Valuable Private Libraries in Scotland: David Hay Fleming as Book Collector” Library & Information History 31 (May 2015): 95-116.

 

Alexandre, Jean-Louis et al. Bibliothèque Municipale de Vendôme (Turnhout: Brepols, 2000) ISBN 2-503-51014-0.

 

Allen, David. "Eighteenth-Century Private Subscription Libraries and Provincial Urban Culture: The Amicable Society of Lancaster, 1769-c. 1820," Library History 17 (March 2001): 57-76.

 

Allen, David. A Nation of Readers: The Lending Library in Georgian England (London: The British Library, 2008) 281 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-4967-3.

 

Allan, David. “Politeness and the Politics of Culture: An Intellectual History of the Eighteenth-Century Subscription Library,” Library & Information History 29 (September 2013): 159-69.

 

Allan, David. "Provincial Readers and Book Culture in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Perth Library, 1784-c. 1800," The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 7th ser. v. 3 (December 2002): 367-89.

 

Ammannati, Francesco. “Book prices and monetary issues in Renaissance Europe,” JLIS.it: Italian Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science 9 (May 2018):180-191.

 

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G.B. “European Integration: Are Romanian Libraries Ready?” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 435-54.

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G. B. “Historical Overview: The Parliamentary Library from Past to Present,” Library Trends 58 (Spring 2010): 418-33.

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G.B., ed. “Libraries in a Postcommunist World: A Quarter of a Century of Development in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia: Part 1,” Library Trends 63 (Fall 2014): entire issue.

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G. B., issue editor. “Libraries in a Postcommunist World: A Quarter of a Century of Development in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia: Part 2,” Library Trends 63 (Spring 2015): entire issue. [contains historical essays on a number of eastern European countries including: Croatia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, and the Ukraine. Part 1 appeared in the Fall 2014 issue of Library Trends]

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G.B. "The National Library of the Republic of Moldova: Old Legacies and New Identities," Alexandria v. 16, no. 1 (2004): 3-16.

 

Anghelescu, Hermine G. B. "The National Library of Romania: From Central State Library of the People's Republic to National Library," Alexandria v. 14, no. 1 (2002): 25-40.

 

Anghelescu, Hermine G. B. "The National Library of Romania's Precursors: Early Beginnings through the Communist Period," Alexandria v. 13, no. 3 (2001): 165-76.

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G. B. "Public Libraries in Modern and Contemporary Romania: Legacy of French Patterns and Soviet Influences, 1830-1990," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin), 2000, 520 pp. [Advisor: Donald G. Davis, Jr.]

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G. B. "Romanian Libraries Recover after the Cold War: The Communist Legacy and the Road Ahead," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 233-52.

 

Archer-Parre, Caroline. John Baskerville: Art and Industry of the Enlightenment (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2017) 269 pp. $120.00 ISBN 978-1- 786-940-64-3. [Baskerville was an 18th century Birmingham printer]

 

Armstrong, Gordon. "Libraries in Burnley, 1900, and the Absence of a Public Library," Library History 19 (November 2003): 211-25.

 

Armstrong, Gordon B. "Durban Public Library and Reading Rooms, 1900," Library History 17 (November 2001): 213-22.

 

Åström, Fredrik and Lennart Pettersson. “Mapping Activities of Artists in the Past: A Bibliometric Study of the Library of the Scandinavian Association in Rome until 1870,” Libraries & Culture 41 (Spring 2006): 219-32.

 

Atkinson, Juliette. “The London Library and the Circulation of French Fiction in the 1840s,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48. No. 4 (2013): 391-418.

 

Attar, K. E. “The Earliest Books at the University of London (1838): 185 Volumes Presented by Nathaniel Vye, Esq.” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 100-11.

 

Attar, K. E. “The Establishment of a First-Class University Library: The Beginnings of the University of London Library,” History of Universities v. 28, no. 1 (2014): 44-65.

 

Austin, Liam and John Feather. “A Sixteenth-Century Library in Eighteenth- Century Cambridge,” Library & Information History 29 (March 2013): 3-18.

 

Aylmer, Ursula. Most Noble Bodley: A Bodleian Library Anthology (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2002) 268 pp. $23.00 ISBN 1-85124-078-0.

 

Baggs, Chris. "Carnegie Offered Money and a Lot of South Wales Refused to Have It: It Was Blood Money: Bringing Public Libraries to the South Wales Valleys," Library History 17 (November 2001): 171-79.

 

Baggs, Chris. "Librarianship's a Fraud-That's Clear; For Africa I'll Volunteer: Public Libraries and the Boer War," Library History 18 (July 2002): 99-115.

 

Baggs, Chris. "The Whole Tragedy of Leisure in Penury: The South Wales Miners' Institute Libraries during the Great Depression," Libraries & Culture 39 (Spring 2004): 115-36.

 

Bakowska, Ewa. “The Jagiellonian Library, Cracow: its History and Recent Developments,” Library Review 54, no. 3 (2005): 155-65.

 

Baldwin, Melinda. “Keeping in the Race: Physics, Publication Speed and National Publishing Strategies in Nature, 1895-1939,” British Journal for the History of Science 47 (June 2014): 257-79.

 

Ballantyne, Tony. “Contesting the Empire of Paper: Cultures of Print and Anti-Colonialism in the Modern British Empire,” in Jane Carey and Jane Lydon, eds., Indigenous Networks: Mobility, Connections and Exchange (London: Routledge, 2014), pp. 219-40.

 

Barker, Nicolas and David Quentin. The Library of Thomas Tresham and Thomas Brudenell (London: Roxburghe Club, 2007) 515 pp. $150.00 ISBN 978-0-85388-095-0.

 

Barnard, John. "Politics, Profits and Idealism: John Norton, the Stationers' Company and Sir Thomas Bodley," Bodleian Library Record 17 (October 2002): 385-408.

 

Barnard, T. C. Brought to Book: Print in Ireland 1680-1784 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2017) 395 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-1-8468-26-29-0.

Battles, Matthew. "Knowledge on Fire," American Scholar 72 (Summer 2003): 35-51. [Study of book burning in twentieth century]

 

Beales, Ross W., Jr. “Ebenezer Parkman’s World of Print: A Country Parson and the Print Culture of Eighteenth-Century Anglo-America,” Library & Information History 31 (November 2015): 229-57.

 

Beavan, Iain. “Marischal College Library, Aberdeen, in the Nineteenth Century: An Overview,” Library & Information History 31 (November 2015): 258-79.

 

Beckett, John V. “Libraries and the Victoria County History,” Library & Information History 25 (December 2009): 217-26.

 

Beddard, R.A. "The Official Inauguration of the Bodleian Library on 8 November 1602," The Library: Transactions of the Bibliographical Society Seventh Series, vol. 3 (September 2002): 255-83.

 

Bellingradt, Daniel. Magical Manuscripts in Early Modern Europe: The Clandestine Trade in Illegal Book Collections (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) 166 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-3-319-595-24-5.

 

Benoit, Gaetan. Eugène Morel: Pioneer of Public Libraries in France. (Duluth, MN: Litwin Books, LLC, 2008) 260 pp. $32.00 ISBN 978-0-9778617-8-1.

 

Benson, Melanie T. and Peter Willett. “The Information School at the University of Sheffield, 1963-2013,” Journal of Documentation v. 70, no. 6 (2014): 1141-1158.

 

Berkvens-Stevelinck, Chrstiane. Magna Commoditas: A History of Leiden University Library, 1575-2005 (Leiden: Primavera Pers, 2004) 92 pp. $20.00 ISBN 90-5997-005-5.

 

Bernardini, Mauro. Medicea Volumina: Legature e Libri dei Medici nella Biblioteca Universitaria de Pisa (Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2001) 254 pp. $50.00 ISBN 88-4471-0451-7.

 

Bernier, G. "Les Bibliothèques Parlementaires du XVIIIe Siècle à nos Jours," Bulletin des Bibliothèques de Francev v. 48, no. 1 (2003): 111-12.

 

Berry, D. A. “Collecting at Oxford: A History of the University’s Museums, Gardens, and Libraries,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Oxford University), 2004.

 

Bertrand, Anne-Marie. Inventing a Model Library ála Française,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44, no. 4 (2009): 471-79.

 

Besomi, Daniele. "Roy Harrod and the Committee of Enquiry into the Bodleian Question," The Bodleian Library Record 17 (April 2000): 36-44.

 

Bezuglova, Irina F. “National Library of Russia, St. Petersburg,” Fontis Artis Musicae 52 (July/September 2006): 111-18.

 

Bieri, Susanne. Building for Books: Traditions and Visions=Bibliotheken Bauen: Tradition und Vision (Basel: Birkhauser VA, 2001) 527 pp. $65.00 ISBN 3-76436-429-7.

 

Bilak, Donna. “Alchemy and the End Times: Revelations from the Laboratory and Library of John Allin, Puritan Alchemist (1623-1683)” AMBIX 60 (November 2013): 390-414.

 

Birkwood, Katherine. “Our Learned Primate and that Rare Treasurie: James Ussher’s use of Sir Robert Cotton’s Manuscript Library, c. 1603-1655,” Library & Information History 26 (March 2010): 33-42.

 

Bivens-Tatum, Wayne. Libraries and the Enlightenment (Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press, 2012) $25.00 ISBN 978- 1-936117-42-0.

 

Bjorner, Susanne, and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories," Searcher 11 (June 2003): 36-46.

 

Bjorner, Susanne, and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories: part 2: Growth of the Online Industry," Searcher 11 (July/August 2003): 52-61.

 

Black, Alistair. “Arsenals of Scientific and Technical Information: Public Technical Libraries in Britain during and Immediately after World War I,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 474-89.

 

Black, Alistair. “Every Discipline Needs a History: Information Management and the Early Information Society in Britain,” in W. Boyd Rayward, ed. Aware and Responsible: Papers of the Nordic-International Colloquium on Social and Cultural Awareness and Responsibility in Library, Information and Documentation Studies (SCARLID) (Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2004), pp. 29-47.

 

Black, Alistair. "False Optimism: Modernity, Class, and the Public Library in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s," Libraries & Culture 38 (Summer 2003): 201-13.

 

Black, Alistair. "Hidden Worlds of the Early Knowledge Economy: Libraries in British Companies before the Middle of the 20th Century," Journal of Information Science 30, no. 5 (2004): 418-35.

 

Black, Alistair. “The Librarian as Observer, Ambassador, and Tourist: Visits by Three Mid-Twentieth-Century British Librarians to the United States,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 146-59.

 

Black, Alistair. “The Library as Clinic: A Foucauldian Interpretation of British Public Library Attitudes to Social and Physical Disease, ca. 1850-1950,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Summer 2005): 416-34.

 

Black, Alistair. “Libraries of Light: Public Library Design in Britain during the Long 1960s,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 124-52.

 

Black, Alistair. Libraries of Light: Public Library Design in Britain during the Long 1960s (London: Routledge, 2016) 230 pp. $160.00 ISBN 978-1-4724-729-46.

 

Black, Alistair. “Mechanization in Libraries and Information Retrieval: Punched Cards and Microfilm before the Widespread Adoption of Computer Technology in Libraries,” Library History 23 (December 2007): 291-99.

 

Black, Alistair. "National Planning for Public Library Service: The Work and Ideas of Lionel McColvin," Library Trends 52 (Spring 2004): 902-23.

 

Black, Alistair. “New Beauties: The Design of British Public Library Buildings in the 1960s,” Library Trends 60 (Summer 2011): 71-111.

 

Black, Alistair. “Organizational Learning and Home-Grown Writing: The Library Staff Magazine in Britain in the First Half of the Twentieth Century,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 47, no. 4 (2012): 487-513.

 

Black, Alistair. “The Past Public Library Observed: User Perceptions and Recollections of the Twentieth-Century British Public Library Recorded in the Mass-Observation Archive,” Library Quarterly 76 (October 2006): 438-55.

 

Black, Alistair. The Public Library in Britain, 1914-2000 (London: British Library, 2000) 180 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-712346-85-6.

 

Black, Alistair. "Skeleton in the Cupboard: Social Class and the Public Library in Britain through 150 Years," Library History 16 (May 2000): 3-12.

 

Black, Alistair. "The Victorian Information Society: Surveillance, Bureaucracy, and Public Librarianship in 19th Century Britain," Information Society 17 (January-March 2001): 63-80.

 

Black, Alistair and Carolynn Rankin. “The History of Children’s Library Design: Continuities and Discontinuities,” IFLA Publications v. 154 (2012): 7-38.

 

Black, Alistair and Christopher Murphy. “Information, Intelligence, and Trade: The Library and the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the British Board of Trade, 1834-1914,” Library & Information History 28 (September 2012):186-201.

 

Black, Alistair and Christopher Murphy. “Information, Intelligence, and Trade: The Library and the Commercial Intelligence Branch of the British Board of Trade, 1834-1914,” Library and Information History 28 (September 2012): 186-201.

 

Black, Alistair and John Crawford. "The Identity of Library and Information History: An Audit of Library and Information History Teaching and Research in Departments and Schools of Library and Information Studies in Britain and Ireland," Library History 17 (July 2001): 127-31.

 

Black, Alistair and K. A. Manley. “Peter Hoare: A Festschrift for His Eightieth Birthday,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 1-7.

 

Black, Alistair and Simon Pepper. “From Civic Place to Digital Space: The Design of Public Libraries in Britain from Past to Present,” Library Trends 61 (Fall 2012): 440-70.

 

Black, Alistair, Dave Muddiman, and Helen Plant. The Early Information Society: Information Management in Britain before the Computer (Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Co., 2007) 288 pp. $115.00 ISBN 978-0-7546- 4279-4.

 

Black, Alistair, Simon Pepper, and Kaye Bagshaw. Books, Buildings and Social Engineering: Early Public Libraries in Britain from Past to Present (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009) 465 pp. $125.00 ISBN 978-0-7546-7207-4.

 

Black, Joseph L., ed. Private Libraries in Renaissance England: A Collection and Catalogue of Tudor and Early Stuart Book-Lists v. IX (PLRE 261-279) (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2017) 446 pp. ISBN 978-0-86698-561-1.

 

Blackburn, Robert H. "The Ancient Alexandrian Library: Part of It May Survive!" Library History 19 (March 2003): 23-34.

 

Blayney, Peter W. M. The Stationers’ Company and the Printers of London, 1501-1557 2 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014) $250.00 ISBN 978-1-107-03501-0.

 

Bloomfield, M. A. The National Home Reading Union and the Public Libraries in the Context of Their Times, 1889-1930 (Alsager, Cheshire, Bloomfield Orchard Press, 2017) 466 pp. $40.00 ISBN: 978-1-52720-728-8.

 

Blyth, Tilly. “Exhibiting Information: Developing the Information Age Gallery at the Science Museum,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 1 (2016): 1-28.

 

Boag, Andrew and Christopher Burke, eds. History of the Monotype Corporation (London: Printing Historical Society, 2014) 432 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-0-9930510-0-5.

 

Bodemer, Brett. “Rabelais and the Abbey of Saint-Victor Revisited,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 47, no. 1 (2012): 4-17.

 

Booton, Diane E. Publishing Networks in France in the Early Era of Print (London: Routledge, 2018) 252 pp. $150.00 ISBN 978-1-138-7125-39.

 

Boscq, Marie-Claire. “Dans la Tourmente Revolutionnaire: Les Bibliotheques de Strasbourg et leurs Catalogues,” Histoire et Civilisation du Livre v. 13 (2017): 269–90.

 

Bowd, Rebecca. “Useful Knowledge or Polite Learning?: A Reappraisal of Approaches to Subscription Library History,” Library & Information History 29 (September 2013): 182-95.

 

Bowden, Caroline. “The Library of Mildred Cooke Cecil, Lady Burghley,” The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 7th ser. 6 (March 2005): 3-29.

 

Bowler, Catherine and Peter Brimblecombe. "Environmental Pressures on Building Design and Manchester's John Rylands Library," Journal of Design History [Great Britain] v. 13, no. 3 (2000): 175-191.

 

Bowman, J. H., ed. British Librarianship and Information Work 2011-2015 (London: Lulu Communications, 2017) 562 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-1-3268-204-73.

 

Bowman, J. H. “Classification in British Public Libraries: A Historical Perspective,” Library History 21 (November 2005): 143-73.

 

Bowman, J. H., ed. A Critical Edition of the Private Diaries of Robert Proctor: The Life of a Librarian at the British Museum (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010) 373 pp. $125.00 ISBN 978-0-7734-3634-3.

 

Bowman, J. H. “The Decline of the Printed Catalogue in Britain,” Library History 22 (July 2006): 67-99.

 

Bowman, J. H. “OPACS: The Early Years, and User Reactions,” Library History 23 (December 2007): 317-29.

 

Bowman, J. H. “Retrospective Conversion: The Early Years,” Library History 23 (December 2007): 331-40.

 

Bradley, Matthew and Juliet John, eds. Reading and the Victorians (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015) 180 pp. $110.00 ISBN 978-1-4094-408-02.

 

Breckbill, Anita and Carole Goebes. “Music Circulating Libraries in France: An Overview and a Preliminary List,” Notes 63 (June 2007): 761-97.

 

Brindley, Lynne. "The Future of Libraries and Humanities Research: New Strategic Directions for the British Library," Libraries & Culture 37 (Winter 2002): 26-36.

 

Brophy, James M. “Bookshops, Forbidden Print and Urban Political Culture in Central Europe, 1800–1850,” German History 35 (September 2017): 403-30.

 

Brophy, Peter. The Academic Library (London: Library Association Publishing, 2000) 214 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1-85604-374-6. [Contains historical material on development of British academic libraries]

 

Brown, Cynthia J. The Queen’s Library: Image-Making at the Court of Anne of Brittany, 147-1514 (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011) 400 pp. $80.00 ISBN 978-0-8122-4282-9.

 

Brown, Michael. “Bats, Rats and Barristers: The Lancet, Libel and the Radical Stylistics of Early Nineteenth-Century English Medicine,” Social History v. 39, no. 2 (2014): 182-209.

 

Browndorf, Margaret A. (Megan). “World War II and the Building of the Ukranian Library,” in Kimball, Melanie A. and Katherine M. Wisser, eds. Libraries: Traditions and Innovations: Papers from the Library History Seminar XIII (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 108-23.

 

Brudin, Abigail and Dunstan Roberts. “Book-Buying and the Grand Tour: The Italian Books at Belton House in Lincolnshire,” The Library 16 (March 2015): 51-79.

 

Bruni, Flavia and Andrew Pettegree, eds. Lost Books: Reconstructing the Print World of Pre-Industrial Europe [Library of the Written Word, no. 46.] (Leiden: Brill. 2016) 483 pp. $200.00 ISBN 978-90-04-3118-1.

 

Brunt, Rodney M. “Information Management of British Military Intelligence: The Work of the Documentalists, 1909-1945,” Library Trends 62 (Fall 2013): 360-77.

 

Buckland, Michael. “The Library Research Unit at the University of Lancaster, 1967-1972: A Memoir,” in Jillian R. Griffiths and Jenny Craven, eds. Access, Delivery, Performance: A Festschrift to Celebrate the Work of Professor Peter Brophy (London: Fact Publishing, 2009), pp. 7-20.

 

Bunzel, Jürgen and Roswitha Poll. "German Academic Libraries: Tradition and Change," The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28 (November 2002): 418-25.

 

Burkart, Lucas. ""Die Traumereien einiger Kunstliebender Klossterbruder: Zur Situation der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Bibliothek Warburg zwischen 1929 und 1933," Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte v. 63, no. 1 (2000): 89-119.

 

Burke, Colin B. Information and Intrigue: From Index Cards to Dewey Decimals to Alger Hiss (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2014) 370 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-262-02702-1. [Part of History and Foundations of Information Science series]

 

Butterfield, J. D. “A Classical Library in Cambridge,” Book Collector (Spring 2010): 71-95.

 

Byford, John. "Publishers and Legal Deposit Libraries Cooperation in the United Kingdom since 1610: Effective or Not?" IFLA Journal v. 28, nos. 5/6 (2002): 292-97.

 

Cairns, Audrey M. and Peter H. Reid. “The Historical Development of the Library of St. Mary’s College, Blairs, Aberdeen, 1829-1986,” Library & Information History 25 (December 2009): 247-64.

 

Callard, Caroline. "Diogene au Service des Princes: Antonion Magliabechi a la Cour de Toscane (1633-1714)" Histoire, Economie et Société v. 19, no. 1 (2000): 85-103.

 

Calvo-Sotelo Ibáñez-Martin, Pedro, ed. Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo un Retrato Intelectual (Fundación Ortega-Marañón Marcial Pons Historia, 2010) 535 pp.

 

Cameron, Ewen A. "The Library of Charles Fraser Mackintosh, MP, 1828-1901," Library History 16 (November 2000): 133-42.

 

Campbell, Harry. "IFLA: Library Universality in a Divided World," IFLA Journal v. 28, no. 3 (2002): 118-35.

 

Campioni, Giuliano, ed. Nietzsches Personliche Biblio-thek (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2003) 736 pp. $192.00 ISBN 3 1101 5858 2.

 

Carden, Sheila. "The Origins of the Oireachtas Library," Dublin Historical Record 47 (Spring 2004): 102-108.

 

Carley, James P., ed. The Libraries of Henry VIII (London: British Library, 2000) 407 pp. $100.00 ISBN 0-7123-4630-9.

 

Carley, James. “The Libraries of King Henry VIII: An Update of the Westminster Inventory of 1542,” The Library 7th ser. 16 (2015): 282-303.

 

Carlson, Peter P. C. “Quid Me Dicis Bonum?: An Analysis of the Library and Theology of the Good Men of Ashridge,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Claremont Graduate University), 2009. 313 pp.

 

Carlsson, Anna. “The Geography of Scientific Culture in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Case of Bamburgh Castle Library,” Library History 23 (September 2007): 179-90.

 

Carlsson-Hyslop, Anna. “Human Computing Practices and Patronage: Antiaircraft Ballistics and Tidal Calculations in First World War Britain,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 1 (2015): 70-109.

 

Carriker, Andrew. Library of Eusebius of Caesarea (Leiden: Brill, 2003) 358 pp. $121.00 ISBN 9-0041-3132-9.

 

Casson, Lionel. Libraries in the Ancient World (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001) 192 pp. $23.00 ISBN 0-300-0880-94.

 

Cevolini, Alberto. Forgetting Machines: Knowledge Management Evolution in Early Modern Europe (Leiden: Brill, 2016) 389 pp. $150.00 ISBN 978-9-00427846-2.

 

Chamier, George. The First Light: The Story of the Innerpeffray Library (Crieff, England: Library of Innerpeffray, 2009) 138 pp. $225.00.

 

Chang, Ku-ming (Kevin). “Communications of Chemical Knowledge: Georg Ernst Stahl and the Chemists at the French Academy of Sciences in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century,” Osiris v. 29, no. 1 (2014): 135–57.

 

Chaplin, Simon. “The Medical Library is History,” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books,

Manuscripts, & Cultural Heritage 15 (Fall 2014): 146-56.

 

Chappell, Duncan. “The Early History and Collections of Glasgow School of Art Library, 1845–1945,” Library & Information History 32 (August 2016): 161-78.

 

Charles, Sara. “Provenance Evidence from Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica libri Septem (1543 and 1555) and De humani corporis fabrica librorum epitome (1543) in the British Library and University College London,” Library & Information History v. 34, no. 2 (2018): 104-28.

 

Choldin, M. T. “Libraries in Continental Europe: The 40s and the 90s,” Journal of Documentation 61, no. 3 (2005): 356-61.

 

Choldin, Marianna T. Walls and Windows, Islands and Bridges: Libraries Along the Road to Civil Society (Urbana, IL: Produced by University of Illinois Office of Publications and Marketing for the Mortenson Center for International Library Programs, 2003) 20 pp.

 

Choldin, Marianna Tax. “Libraries in Continental Europe: The 40s and the 90s,” Journal of Documentation 61, no. 3 (2005): 356-61.

 

Chrystal, Paul. Roman Recordkeeping & Communications (Stroud, UK: Fonthill Media, 2018) 224 pp. $33.00 ISBN 978-1-7815-565-80.

 

Ciro, Jennifer. "Country House Libraries in the Nineteenth Century," Library History 18 (July 2002): 89-98.

 

Clapinson, Mary. A Brief History of the Bodleian Library (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2015) 202 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-1-85124-273-3.

 

Clark, Nicholas. “The Building of the House: A History of the Britten-Pears Library, Aldeburgh, 1963-2009,” Library & Information History 27 (September 2011): 161-78.

 

Clausen, Helge. "Miss d'Auchamp, The Catholic Library Association and Niels Steensen' s Library in Copenhagen," Catholic Library World 74 (December 2003): 102-08.

 

Clausen, Helge. "Two Catholic Libraries in Copenhagen, 1648-1962: St. Andrew's Library and Niels Steensen's Library," Library History 20 (March 2004): 19-32.

 

Clausen, Helge. The Written Word is the Most Patient Missionary: Catholic Literature and Catholic Public Libraries in Denmark from the Reformation to Vatican II, 1536-1962 (Copenhagen: Catholic Publishers, 2006) 345 pp. ISBN 87-85213-80-2.

 

 

Clayton, Ruth. "Masses or Classes?: The Question of Community in the Foundation of Gladstone's Li-brary," Library History 19 (November 2003): 163-72.

 

Clennell, W. H. "Bodley before the Bodleian," Bodleian Library Record 17 (October 2002): 371-84.

 

Cliffe, David. Roots and Branches: The Centenary History of Battle and Caversham Libraries, Reading (Reading: Two Rivers Press, 2007) 52 pp. ISBN 978-1-9016-7754-6.

 

Colclough, Stephen. "A Catalogue of My Books: The Library of John Dawson (1692-1765), Ex-ciseman and Staymaker," Publishing History v. 47 (2000): 45-66.

 

Cole, Heather, ed. Houghton Library at 75: A Celebration of its Collections (Cambridge, MA: Houghton Library Harvard, 2018) 115 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-0-6749-800-82.

 

Cole, Richard Glenn. “The Art of History and Eighteenth-Century Information Management: Christian Gottlieb Jöcher and Johann Heinrich Zedler,” The Library Quarterly 83 (January 2013): 26-38.

 

Coleman, Sterling Joseph. “Empire of the Mind: Subscription Libraries, Literacy & Acculturation in the Colonies of the British Empire,” Florida State University, 2008. DA 3348483, Aug. 2009.

 

Coleman, Sterling Joseph, Jr., “The British Council and UNESCO in Ethiopia: A Comparison of Linear and Cyclical Patterns of Librarianship Development,” Library History 21 (July 2005): 121-30.

 

Coleman, Sterling Joseph, Jr. “Eminently Suited for Girls and Women: The Numerical Feminization of Public Librarianship in England, 1914-31,” Library & Information History 30 (August 2014): 195-209.

 

Coleman, Sterling Joseph, Jr. “No Room for Her Here: The Numerical Feminization of Public Librarianship in England, 1871-1914,” Library & Information History 30 (May 2014): 90-109.

 

Collins, Brenda. “Family Networks and Social Connections in the Survival of a Seventeenth-Century Library Collection,” Library & Information History v. 33, no. 2 (2017): 123-42.

 

Comerre, Marie-Cecile. "From the Glue-Pot to the Internet," Art Libraries Journal v. 29, no. 2 (2004): 23-27. [History of Drouot-Documentation art library in Paris]

 

Comins, Dorothy J. “The Joint Committee on Books for Devastated Libraries,” Journal of Documentation 61, no. 3 (2005): 331-33.

Connor, Francis X. Literary Folios and Ideas of the Book in Early Modern England (History of Text Technologies series) (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2014) 236 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-1-137-43834-8.

 

Connor, T. P. “Malignant Reading: John Squier’s Newgate Prison Library, 1642-46,” The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society Seventh series, volume 7, no. 2 (June 2006): 154-84.

 

Coppens, Chris, ed. Leuven University Library, 1425-2000 (Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press, 2005) 543 pp. $350.00 ISBN 9-05867-467-3.

 

Coppens, Christian. “Printed Catalogues of Booksellers as a Source for the History of the Book Trade,” JLIS.it: Italian Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science 9 (May 2018): 166-78.

 

Cornish, Graham P. "Many Titles, One Editor: A History of Interlending & Document Supply," Interlending & Document Supply v. 29, no. 2 (2001): 86-91.

 

Cortada, James W. “The Information Ecosystems of National Diplomacy: The Case of Spain, 1815-1936,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 48, no. 2 (2013): 222-259.

 

Cosials, Alex, Mònica Baró, and Teresa Mañà. “One Hundred Years of Libraries and the Library Profession in Catalonia,” Libraries: Culture, History, and Society v. 2, no. 2 (2018): 202-220.

 

Cox, Howard and Simon Mowatt. Revolutions from Grub Street: A History of Magazine Publishing in Britain (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014) 263 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-0-19-960163-9.

 

Cramard, Odile and Kevin McLoughlin. “The Long Development of Prison Libraries in France,” Library Trends 59 (Winter 2011): 544-62.

 

Crawford, J. "The Community Library in Scottish History," IFLA Journal v. 28, nos. 5/6 (2002): 245-55.

 

Crawford, John. “Recovering the Lost Scottish Community Library: The Example of Fenwick,” Library History 23 (September 2007): 201-12.

 

Crawford, John C. “The High State of Culture to Which This Part of the Country Has Attained: Libraries, Reading, and Society in Paisley, 1760-1830,” Library & Information History 30 (August 2014): 172-94.

 

Crawford, John C. “Mutual Improvement and Library Activity: Overviewing the Evidence,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 34-45.

 

 

Cryer, Emma. “The Private Libraries of Seventeenth-Century Artists in Italy, Spain and the Netherlands,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2006, 50 pp.

 

Cullen, Clara. “Dublin is also in Great Need of a Library which Shall be at Once Accessible to the Public and Contain a Good Supply of Modern and Foreign Books: Dublin’s Nineteenth-Century Public Libraries,” Library History 23 (March 2007): 49-61.

 

Cumming, Laura. The Vanishing Velázquez: A 19th-Century Bookseller’s Obsession with a Lost Masterpiece (New York: Scribner, 2016) 296 pp. $28.00 ISBN 978-1-4767-6215-9.

 

Dahl, Gina. Libraries and Enlightenment: Eighteenth-Century Norway and the Outer World (Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus University Press, 2014) 228 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-8-7712-350-5.

 

Dahlkild, Nan. “Architecture and Design of Danish Public Libraries, 1909-1939: Between Tradition and Modernity,” in Carl Gustav Johannsen and Leif Kajberg, eds. New Frontiers in Public Library Research (Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005), pp. 211-27.

 

Dainard, J. "From Agamemnon to Alexandria: The Libraries of Classical Antiquity," PNLA Quarterly 65 (Summer 2001): 28-32.

 

Dale, S.M. "Adult Learners, Educational Change and Public Libraries in the Netherlands, 1969-1991," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Open University, United Kingdom), 2003.

 

Damien, Robert. La Grace de l'Auteur: Essai sur la Representation d'une Institution Politique, l'Exem-ple de la Bibliothèque Publique (Fougrès : Encre marine, 2001) 235 pp. ISBN 2-90942-254-2.

 

Danilewicz, Maria. “The Post-War Problems of Continental Libraries,” Journal of Documentation 61, no. 3 (2005): 334-40.

 

Dawson, Robert L. "The National Library of France: A Patron Reflects," Libraries & Culture 39 (Winter 2004): 76-91. [Review essay]

 

Decker, Christopher. "The Poet as Reader: Thomas Gray's Borrowings from Cambridge College Libraries," The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 7th ser., v. 3 (June 2002): 163-93. [Gray was a 17th century English poet]

 

Diakonova, Olga. “Maurice Line’s Input in IFLA History as Seen by a Russian Librarian,” Alexandria 20, no. 1 (2008): 39-44.

 

Dickstein, Phyllis. “The Dag Hammarskjold Library, 1965-2005: Modernization and Outreach,” Library History 22 (July 2006): 101-116.

 

Dijkgraaf, Hendrik. The Library of a Jesuit community at Holbeck, Nottinghamshire (1679) (Cambridge: LP Publications, 2003) 370 pp. ISBN: 0 9518811 7 5.

 

Doyle, Kathleen and Scot McKendrick, eds. 1,000 Years of Royal Books and Manuscripts (London: British Library, 2014) 322 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5708-1.

 

Dragulanescu, Nicolae. "Emerging Information So-ciety and History of Information Science in Roma-nia," Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53 (January 1, 2002): 41-46.

 

Drueke, Jeanette. "St. Osmund's New Legacy: The Scriptorium Informs Electronic Text," Libraries & Culture 36 (Fall 2001): 506-17.

 

Duckett, Bob. "From Village Hall to Global Village: Community Libraries in England's Largest County," Library History 19 (November 2003): 195-209.

 

Duckett, Bob. “T. J. Wise and the City Librarian: Bibliographical Research—1917 Style,” Library & Information History 26 (March 2010): 43-55.

 

Dunstan, Vivienne. “Professionals, Their Private Libraries, and Wider Reading Habits in Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Scotland,” Library & Information History 30 (May 2014): 110-28.

 

Dupre, Sven. Embattled Territory: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands(Gent: Academia Press, 2016) 455 pp. $67.00 ISBN 978-90-38225-68-5.

 

Duroselle-Melish, Caroline and David A. Lines. “The Library of Ulisse Aldrovandi (1605): Acquiring and Organizing Books in Sixteenth-Century Bologna,” The Library: Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 16 (June 2015): 133-61.

 

Dyrbye, Martin. “Anglo-Danish Library Connections in the Post-War Era: An Illustration of Cultural Aspects of the Transition from Warfare to Welfare Societies in the Years 1945 to 1964,” Library History 24 (September 2008): 230-39.

 

Dyrbye, Martin. “Foreign Influence on the Development of the Danish Public Libraries with Emphasis on the Association Denmark’s Popular Book Collections, 1905-1919,” in Carl Gustav Johannsen and Leif Kajberg, eds. New Frontiers in Public Library Research (Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005), pp. 230-47.

 

Eamon, Michael. Imprinting Britain: Newspapers, Sociability, and the Shaping of British North America (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2015) 263 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-7735-449-18.

 

Ebert-Schiffer, S. and G. Varley. “The Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome,” Art Libraries Journal 30, no. 4 (2005): 16- 19.

 

Eide, Elisabeth S. “Reading Societies and Lending Libraries in Nineteenth-Century Norway,” Library & Information History 26 (June 2010): 121-38.

 

Ekholm, Kai. "Political Censorship in Finnish Libraries from 1944 to 1946," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 51-57.

 

Elhard, K.C. “Reframing Arcimboldo’s Librarian,” Library History 22 (November 2006): 181-99.

 

Elhard, K.C. “Reopening the Book on Arcimboldo’s Librarian,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Spring 2005): 115-27.

 

Ellis, Sally. “A History of Collaboration, a Future in Crowdsourcing: Positive Impacts of Cooperation on British Librarianship,” Libri 64 (March 2014): 1-10.

 

Epstein, Barbara A. “In Their Own Words: Oral Histories of Medical Library Association Past Presidents,” Journal of the Medical Library Association 104 (January 2016): 3-14.

 

Erlin, Matt. Necessary Luxuries: Books, Literature, and the Culture of Consumption in Germany, 1770-1815 (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2014) 280 pp. $76.00 ISBN 978-0-801-4530-45.

 

Erünsal, İsmail E. “A Brief Survey of the Book Trade in the Ottoman Empire,” Libri: International Journal of Libraries & Information Services 65 (September 2015): 217-235.

 

Erunsal, Ismail E. "A Brief Survey of the Development of Turkish Library Catalogues," Libri 51 (March 2001): 1-7.

 

Evans, Lucy M. The Almost Mythical Andrea Crestadoro: Crystal Palace Exhibitor and Chief Librarian of Manchester (London: Crystal Palace Foundation, 2016) 373 pp. $15.00 ISBN 978-1-897754-20-7.

 

Evenden, Elizabeth. “The Real Rape of York: Dr. Rosenbach’s Acquisition of Books from York Minster Library: A Reconsideration,” The Book Collector v. 65 (2016): 45-59.

 

Everett, Oliver. "The Royal Library at Windsor Castle as Developed by Prince Albert and B. B. Woodward," The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society seventh series, v. 3 (March 2002): 58-88.

 

Feather, John. “Space in the University Library: An Historical Perspective,” in Graham Matthews and Graham Walton, eds. University Libraries and Space in the Digital World (Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2013), pp. 19-34.

 

Ferlier, Louisiane. “Tace Sowle-Raylton (1666–1749) and the Circulation of Books in the London Quaker Community,” Library & Information History 31 (August 2015): 157-70.

 

Finkelstein, Andrea. "Gerald de Malynes and Edward Misselden: The Learned Library of the Seventeenth-Century Merchant," Book History, v. 3 (2000): 1-21.

 

Finlay, John. “Local Lawyers and Their Libraries in Eighteenth-Century Scotland,” Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society v. 9 (2014): 43-60.

 

Fishburn, Matthew. “Books are Weapons: Wartime Responses to the Nazi Bookfires of 1933,” Book History 10 (2007): 223-51.

 

Fligge, Jorge. "Bremen, Danzig, Hamburg und Lubeck: Hanseatische Stadtbibliotheken - Gleiche Wurzeln, Verschiedene Wege," BuB-Journal 55 (February 2003): 74-79.

 

Foden-Lenahan. Erica. "A Woman of University Standing . . .: The Early History of the Tate Library," Art Libraries Journal v. 27, no. 4 (2002): 12-17.

 

Fontana Aschero, A.I. "The Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale of Florence: Tradition and Innovation in Support of the Information Society," Alexandria v. 12, no. 3 (2000): 179-92.

 

Ford, Christy, “An Honour to the Place: Reading Associations and Improvement,” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies v. 38 (2015): 555-68.

 

Forster, Geoffrey. A very good public library: Early Years of the Leeds Library (Leeds: Allenholme Press, 2001) 171 p. ISBN 1-873383-09-6.

 

Fox, Peter. Trinity College Library Dublin: A History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014) 412 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-1-107-01120-5.

 

Fox, Rachel and John Feather. "The Development of Branch Libraries in Leicester," Library History 21 (March 2005): 47-56.

 

Francis, J. P. E. “An Innovative Northern Ireland Library Service: The Antrim County Library and the North Eastern Education and Library Board, 1959-1995, with a Comparison of the Recent History of Library Services in the Area,” Library History 24 (March 2008): 78-92.

 

Francis, Jane. “Comment on Ian R. Willison’s The National Library in Historical Perspective,” Library History 22 (March 2006): 27-31.

 

Friis-Jensen, Karsten, ed. The Library of Peterborough Abbey (London: British Library, 2001) 272 pp. $120.00 ISBN 0-712347-10-0.

 

Gabel, G.U. "Die Wiener Library in London, 1939-1999," Buch und Bibliothek 52 (January 2000): 45-49.

 

Gabel, G.U. "Von der Aufwärmhalle zur Universität an der Strassenecke: 150 Jahre Public Libraries in Grossbritannien," Buch und Bibliothek 52 (August 2000): 526-29.

 

Gabel, Gernot U. “De la Deutsche Bucherei a la Deutsche Nationalbibliothek,” Bulletin des Bibliotheques de France 52, no. 1 (2007) : 106-109.

 

Gabel, Gernot U. "Die Bodleian Library, 1602-2002," BuB Journal 54 (September 2002): 538-40.

 

Gabel, Gernot. “Ein Laboratorium der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung: Die Bibliothek der London School of Economics,” BuB-Journal 58 (May 2006): 382-6.

 

Gabel, Gernot U. Historic Libraries in Europe. Beiträge zur Europäischen Bibliotheksgeschichte (Hürth: Edition Gemini, 2001) 187 pp. € 19.50 ISBN 3-922331-45-9.

 

Galeffi, Agnese. “Biographical and Cataloging Common Ground: Panizzi and Lubetzky, Kindred Spirits Separated by a Century,” Library & Information History 25 (December 2009): 227-246.

 

Gallichan, G. "Les Parlements et Leurs Bibliothèques Parlementaires ou les Chemins Documentaires de la Démocratie," Documentation & Bibliothèques 47 (October/November 2001): 145-48.

 

Garrett, Jeffrey. “Klostersturm and Secularization in Central Europe: What Happened to the Libraries?” Theological Librarianship v. 8, no. 1 (2015): 61-69.

 

Gassert, Philipp and Daniel S. Mattern. The Hitler Library: A Bibliography (Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2001) 584 pp. $100.00 ISBN 0-313-31495-0. [Bibliography of books in Rare Book Reading Room of Library of Congress]

 

Gerard, D. "The Marx Memorial Library, Clerkenwell Green, London," Library Review v. 51, nos. 8/9 (2002): 417-19.

 

Germann, Martin. "Zwischen Konfiskation, Zerstreuung und Zerstörung: Schicksale der Bücher und Bibliotheken in der Reformationszeit in Basel, Bern und Zürich," Zwingliana v. 27 (2000): 63-77.

 

Gerolimos, Michalis. “Library education in Greece: History, Current Status and Future Prospects,” Library Review 60, no. 2 (2011): 108-24.

 

Gerrard, Teresa and Alexis Weedon. “The Lower Classes are Very Hard Readers: Kidderminster Municipal Library, 1855-1856,” Library & Information History 29 (May 2013): 81-102.

 

Gerrard, Teresa and Alexis Weedon. “Working-Class Women’s Education in Huddersfield: A Case Study of the Female Educational Institute Library, 1856-1857,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 2 (2014): 234-64.

 

Gibson, Ian. Erotomaniac: The Secret Life of Henry Spencer Ashbee (New York: Da Cap, 2001) 285 pp. $23.00 ISBN 0-3068-1064-6. [British bibliog-rapher with an active interest in cataloging pornog-raphy and erotic volumes]

 

Gicquel, Florence. "De la Creation a la Professionnalisation de l'ADBS Le Temps des Pionniers: 1963-1983," Documentaliste v. 40 (April 2003): 94-101.

 

Gillespie, Vincent, ed. Syon Abbey with the Libraries of the Carthusians (London: British Library, 2001) 819 pp. $160.00 ISBN 0-7123-473-13.

 

Glasgow, E. "Manchester’s John Rylands Library," Library Review v. 49, no. 8 (2000): 400-403.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "An Anglo-Greek Library," Library Review v. 49, no. 2 (2000): 83-86. [Private library of Frederick North, Earl of Guilford]

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Archibald Sparke: Librarian," Library History 18 (July 2002): 136-39.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Gladstone and Public Libraries," Library History 16 (May 2000): 57-63.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "A History of the Birmingham University Library," Library Review v. 51, no. 7 (2002): 373-78.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Libraries in Sweden," Library Review v. 51, nos. 5-6 (2002): 301-304.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Lord Guilford and the Ionian Academy," Library History 18 (July 2002): 140-43.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Manchester and Liverpool: (1) The Manchester Free Library, and (2) George Chandler, Librarian," Library History 21 (March 2005): 57-63.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Memorials of a Library [Southport Public Library, 1875-1974]" Library Review v. 50, no. 9 (2001): 461-65.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "The Origins of the Home University Library," Library Review v. 50, no. 1 (2001): 95-98.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Panizzi and His Allies," Library History 17 (July 2001): 133-42.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Scotland and the Encyclopaedia Britannica," Library Review v. 51, nos. 5-6 (2002): 263-67.

Glasgow, Eric. "Southport Library and its Legacy," Library History 18 (July 2002): 131-36.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "The Story of the London Library," Library Review v. 51, nos. 8/9 (2002): 473-77.

 

Glasgow, Eric. "Two Public Libraries in Victorian Liverpool," Library History 19 (July 2003): 129-41.

 

Gleyze, Alain. "Savoirs, Techniques et Pouvoirs: Le Passe des Bibliotheques Universitaires de Province," Bulletin des Bibliotheques de France v. 46 no. 1 (2001): 4-12.

 

Glickman, Mark. Stolen Words: The Nazi Plunder of Jewish Books (Philadelphia, PA: The Jewish Publication Society, University of Nebraska Press, 2016) 327 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-8276-1208-2.

 

Goggioli, Maria Mannelli. La Biblioteca Magliabechiana: Libri, Uomini, Idee per la Prima Biblioteca a Firenze (Firenze: Olschki, 2000) 222 pp. 44,000 lire ISBN 88-222-4858-9.

 

Gooch, Leo. “The Derwentwater Library, 1732,” Recusant History 40 (2010): 120-29.

 

Gorbatov, Inna. “From Paris to St. Petersburg: Voltaire’s Library in Russia,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 42, no. 3 (2007): 308-24.

 

Gorny, Miroslaw: “From the Old-Fashioned Library to the Public Library: Changes in the Cultural Functions of Polish Academic Libraries,” Advances in Library Administration and Organization 27 (2009): 109-22.

 

Grant, Erin. “Two Views on the Increasing Importance of Library Access in the Seventeenth Century: Gabriel Naudé and Claude Clement,” Georgia Library Quarterly 50 (Fall 2013): 13-17.

 

Gray, Sarah and Chris Baggs. "The English Parish Library: A Celebration of Diversity," Libraries & Culture 35 (Summer 2000): 414-33.

 

Greenberg, Gerald S. “The Paris Commune of 1871 and the Bibliothèque Nationale,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 442-53.

 

Grenby, M. O. "Adults Only? Children and Children's Books in British Circulating Libraries, 1748-1848," Book History vol. 5 (2002): 19-38.

 

Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy. "The Road to Minsk for Western Trophy Books: Twice Plundered but Not Yet Home from the War," Libraries & Culture 39 (Fall 2004): 351-404.

 

Grindlay, Douglas J.C. and Anne Morris. "The Decline in Adult Book Lending in UK Public Libraries and its Possible Causes: I. Literature Review," Journal of Documentation 60, no. 6 (2004): 609-31.

 

Grindlay, Douglas J.C. and Anne Morris. "The Decline in Adult Book Lending in UK Public Libraries and its Possible Causes: II. Statistical Analysis," Journal of Documentation 60, no. 6 (2004): 632-57

 

Guerrini, Mauro. "Between Myth and Oblivion: A Biography of Akos Domanovszky," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 32, no. 3 (2001): 57-72. [Domanovszky was a Hungarian cataloger and scholar]

 

Gwynn, Lucy. “The Architecture of the English Domestic Library, 1600-1700,” Library & Information History 26 (March 2010): 56-89.

 

Habermann, Alexandrea and Peter Kittel. Lexikon Deutscher Wissenschaftlicher Bibliothekare: Die Wissenschaftlichen Bibliothekare der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (1981-2002) und der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik (1948-1990) Frankfurt am Main, Vittorio Klostermann, 2004) 232pp. $80.00 ISBN 3-465-03343-4

 

Haigh, Maria. “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Ideological and Historical Aspects of Library and Information Science Education in Independent Ukraine,” Advances in Library Administration and Organization 27 (2009): 1-24.

 

Hall, Jim L. “Online Retrieval History; How it All Began: Some Personal Recollections,” Journal of Documentation 67, no. 1 (2011): 182-93.

 

Hall, Murray G., Christina Kostner, and Margot Werner, eds. Geraubte Bücher: Die Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Stellt Sich Ihrer NS-Vergangenheit (Wien: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 2004) $50.00 ISBN 3-01000-035-9.

 

Hammond, Mary. "The Great Fiction Bore: Free Libraries and the Construction of a Reading Public in England, 1880-1914," Libraries & Culture 37 (Spring 2002): 83-108.

 

Hanna, Ralph. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Western Medieval Manuscripts of St. John's Col-lege, Oxford (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002) 371 pp. $100.00 ISBN 0-19-920239-7. [Contains brief history of library]

 

Hansson, Joacim, ed. Libraries in Times of Utopian Thoughts and Social Protest-The Libraries of the Late 1960-ies and the 1970-ies (Sweden: University College of Boras, 2002) [published in Swedish Library Research v. 14, no 3., pp. 1-175.]

 

Harbo, Ole. "The Development of Public Libraries in Denmark since 1964," Advances in Librarianship v. 25 (2001): 209-19.

 

Harris, P.R. “Sir Frank Francis of the British Museum, 1901-1988,” Library History 22 (March 2006): 3-26.

 

Harrison, K.C. A Librarian's Odyssey: Episodes of Autobiography (Eastbourne: K.C. Harrison, 2000) 240 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-9538-0680-4.

 

Hartbecke, Karin, ed. Zwischen Fürstenwillkür und Menschheitswohl: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz als Bibliothekar (Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2008) 278 pp. $130.00 ISBN 978-3-465-03587-9.

 

Háry, Nicoletta Mattioli. The Vatican Library and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: The History, Impact, and Influence of Their Collaboration (1927-1947) (Vatican City: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 2009) 749 pp. $250.00 ISBN 978-88-210-0849-8.

 

Haugen, Robert. “The Library of the Molde Labour Association in 1910: Enlightenment and Social Control in a Norwegian Workers’ Library,” Library History 22 (July 2006): 117-22.

 

Hayes, Emma and Anne Morris. “Leisure Role of Public Libraries: A Historical Perspective,” Journal of Librarianship and Information Science (Folkestone, England) 37 (September 2005): 131-9.

 

Hedges, Graham. "For Those in Peril on the Sea: The Deal Boatmen's Rooms," Library History 19 (March 2003): 35-38.

 

Henkel, Anne-Katrin. Vom Krieg und von Büchern : Evakuierung, Rückführung und Beschlagnahme von Bibliotheksbeständen der Vormals Königlichen und Provinzialbibliothek Hannover während und nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg ([Hannover] : Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek ; [Hameln] : Niemeyer, 2011) 72 pp. $15.00 ISBN 978-3-8271-8905-9.

 

Hernández, Alfonso Rubio La Historia del Libro y de la Lectura en Colombia,” Informacion, Cultura y Sociedad; issue 34 (June 2016): 11-26.

 

Hershenzon, Daniel. “Traveling Libraries: The Arabic Manuscripts of Muley Zidan and the Escorial Library,” Journal of Early Modern History v. 18 (2014): 535-58.

 

Hérubel, Jean-Pierre V. M. “Phoenix Ascendant: French Higher Education and its Significance for Research and Learning for Library, Book, Print, and Media Culture History,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Spring 2005): 156-75.

 

Hewitt, Martin. "Confronting the Modern City: The Manchester Free Public Library, 1850-80," Urban History v. 27, no. 1 (2000): 62-88.

 

Hill, Tracey. “Owners and Collectors of the Printed Books of the Early Modern Lord Mayors’ Shows,” Library & Information History 30 (August 2014): 151-71.

 

Hilliard, Christopher. “Is it a Book That You Would Even Wish Your Wife or Your Servants to Read?: Obscenity Law and the Politics of Reading in Modern England,” American Historical Review 118 (June 2013): 653-78.

 

Hingley, Sheila M. “A Well-Run Library in the Early Eighteenth Century: Durham Cathedral Library under Thomas Rud, 1717-25,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 8-19.

 

Hoare, Peter. "The Operatives' Libraries of Nottingham: A Radical Community's Own Initiative," Library History 19 (November 2003): 173-84.

 

Hoare, Peter. "The Perils of Provenance: Serial Ownership, Bookplates and Obfuscation at Belton House," Library History 18 (November 2002): 225-34.

 

Hoare, Peter. “A Room with a View–and a Book. Some Aspects of Library Provision for English Residents and Visitors to Florence, 1815–1930” in Barbara Schaaf, ed., Exiles, Emigrés and Intermediaries: Anglo-Italian Cultural Transactions, Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, v. 139 (Amsterdam and New York: Rodpoi, 2010), pp. 237–53.

 

Hoare, Peter. “Some Parochial Libraries in the East Midlands,” Library & Information History 27 (December 2011): 223-28.

 

Hoare, Peter and Alistair Black, eds. Cambridge History of Libraries in Britain and Ireland 3 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007) ISBN 0-521-858-08-9.

 

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Hoepfner, Wolfram. Antike Bibliotheken (Mainz : von Zabern, 2002) 137 pp. ISBN 3-80532-846-X.

 

Holborn, Guy. “The Inns of Court Libraries in the 21st Century,” Legal Information Management 8 (Spring 2008): 46-50.

 

Holden, Hilda. "Mr. Maltby at War," Library History 16 (May 2000): 65-69.

 

Holstein, Jurgen, ed. The Book Cover in the Weimar Republic (Köln: Taschen, 2015) 450 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978—3-8365-4980-6.

 

Horton, Charles. "It was All a Great Adventure: Alfred Chester Beatty and the Formation of His Library," History Ireland v. 8, no. 2 (2000): 37-42.

 

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Houston, George W. Inside Roman Libraries: Book Collections and their Management in Antiquity (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014) 327 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-1-4696-1780-0.

 

Houston, George W. “Tiberius and the Libraries: Public Book Collections and Library Buildings in the Early Roman Empire,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 43, no. 3 (2008): 247-69.

 

Hoyer, Rudiger. “The Library of the Zentralinsitute für Kunstgeschichte in Munich,” Art Libraries Journal 30, no. 4 (2005): 10-15.

 

Huber-Frischeis, Thomas, Nina Knieling, and Rainer Valenta. “Die Geschichte der Privatbibliothek Kaiser Franz' I. von Österreich 1784-1835,” Bibliothek Forschung und Praxis 38 (December 2014): 461-467.

 

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Hung, Margaret. “A Guerrilla War in the World War II: How the Library Association Fought the War Office and the Army—and Lost,” Library History 24 (June 2008): 167-88.

 

Ilett, R. C. “Outstanding Issues: Gender, Feminisms and Librarianship,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Glasgow), 2003.

 

Ilie, Barbara J. “Libraries and Book Culture of the Byzantine Empire,” (Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2007. 26 pp.

 

Imamoto, R. "Building National Libraries: The British Library and the Bibliothéque Nationale de France," (Master's Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2002, 63 pp.

 

Imhof, Dirk. “Three Future Cologne Publishers as Apprentices in Antwerp: Bernhard Wolters, Johann Kinckius and Cornelis van Egmont,” The Library 17 (March 2016): 3-27.

 

Intrator, M. “Avenues of Intellectual Resistance in the Ghetto Theresienstadt: Escape through the Central Library, Books, and Reading,” Libri 54 (December 2004): 237-46.

 

Intrator, Miriam. "Avenues of Intellectual Resistance in the Ghetto Theresienstadt: Escape through the Ghetto Central Library, Reading, Storytelling and Lecturing," (Masters' Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2003) 97 pp.

 

Intrator, Miriam. “Books Across Borders and Between Libraries: UNESCO and the Politics of Postwar Cultural Reconstruction, 1945-1951,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, City University of New York), 2013, 319 pp.

 

Intrator, Miriam. “People Were Literally Starving for any Kind of Reading: The Theresienstadt Ghetto Central Library, 1942-1945,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 513-22.

 

Isherwood, Ian. “The British Publishing Industry and Commercial Memories of the First World War," War in History 23 (July 2016): 323-40.

 

Issakhov, Orynbassar. The National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan: History and Priorities for Development,” Alexandria v. 22 (2011): 39-45.

 

Jacob, Margaret C. The First Knowledge Economy: Human Capital and the European Economy, 1750-1800 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014) 268 pp. $72.00 ISBN 978-1-107-044-01-2.

 

Jacob, W. M. “Parochial Libraries and Their Users,” Library & Information History 27 (December 2011): 211-16.

 

Jacobs, Edward. "Eighteenth-Century British Circulating Libraries and Cultural Book History," Book History v. 6 (2003): 1-22.

 

Jay, Emma. “Court Patronage Reconsidered: The English Literature in Queen Caroline’s Library,” Library & Information History 30 (May 2014): 75-89.

 

Jay, Emma. “Queen Caroline’s Library and its European Contexts,” Book History 9 (2006): 31-55.

 

Jefcoate, Graham. “A Different Modernity: The Library of the Catholic University of Nijmegen, 1923-1968,” Library & Information History 27 (June 2011): 104-122.

 

Jefcoate, Graham. “Mr. Cavendish’s Librarian: Charles Haydinger and the Library of Henry Cavendish, 1783-1801,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 58-71.

 

Jenkins, David. A Refuge in Peace and War: The National Library of Wales to 1951 (Aberystwyth: Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru/The National Library of Wales, 2002) 306 pp. $45.00 ISBN 1-862250-34-0.

 

Jerchower, Seth and Heidi G. Lerner. “Johann Heinrich Hottinger and the Systematic Organization of Jewish Literature,” Judaica Librarianship 13 (2007):1-25.

 

Jervis, Simon. "The English Country House Library: An Architectural History," Library History 18 (No-vember 2002): 175-90.

 

Joachim, Martin D. "Historical Aspects of Cataloging and Classification, Part 1 and Part 2," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. 1/2 (2003). [Both issues include historical treatments for the United States, Africa, Argentina, Chile, Central America, Iran, China, Mexico, Japan, and Germany, as well as the United Kingdom]

 

Johansen, Michelle. "A Fault-Line in Library History: Charles Goss, the Society of Public Librarians, and The Battle of the Books in the Late Nineteenth Century," Library History 19 (July 2003): 75-91.

 

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Jones, E. A. and Alexandra Walsham, eds. Syon Abbey and its Books: Reading, Writing and Religion, c. 1400-1700 (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2010) 270 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-184383-547-9.

 

Kaltwasser, Franz Georg. "The Common Roots of Library and Museum in the Sixteenth Century: The Example of Munich," Library History 20 (November 2004): 163-81.

 

Kasinec, Edward. "A Soviet Research Library Remembered," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 16-26.

 

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Kenny, Neal. "Books in Space and Time: Bibliomania and Early Modern Histories of Learning and Literature in France," Modern Language Quarterly 61 (July 2000): 253-86.

 

Kerslake, Evelyn. "My Famous Kate Pierce: Biographies of and in the Archive," Vitae Scholasticae 19 (Spring 2000): 35-58.

 

Kerslake, Evelyn. "No More the Hero: Lionel McColvin, Women Library Workers, and Impacts of Othering," Library History 17 (November 2001): 181-87.

 

Kerslake, Evelyn. “They Have Had to Come Down to the Women for Help!: Numerical Feminization and the Characteristics of Women’s Library Employment in England, 1871-1974,” Library History 23 (March 2007): 17-40.

 

Kerslake, Evelyn and Janine Liladhar. "Angry Sentinels and Businesslike Women: Identity and Marital Status in 1950s English Library Career Novels," Library History 17 (July 2001): 83-90.

 

Kinane, Vincent and Anne Walsh, eds. Essays on the History of Trinity College Library, Dublin (Portland, OR: Four Courts Press, 2000) 206 pp. ISBN 1-85182-467-7.

 

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Klim, Irina. "The Impact of American Librarianship on Libraries of Communist and Postcommunist Russia," Advances in Librarianship v. 24 (2000): 209-24.

 

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Koehler, Wallace and Vera Blair. “Johann David Kohler's "Anweisung fur Reisende Gelerte, Bibliothecken, Munz- Cabinette, Antiquitaten-Zimmer, Bilder-Sale, Naturalien- und Kunst-Kammern u.d.m mit Nutzen Zubesehe": Inferred Ethical Concern in Eighteenth Century Library Practice and Lessons for the Twenty-first Century,” Journal of Information Ethics 17 (Spring 2008): 68-78.

 

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Kolar, Kelly Ann. “What Kind of Past Should the Future Have? The Development of the Soviet Archival System, 1917-1931,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles), 2012, 245 pp.

 

Kox, Christopher Joseph. "Politics, Publishing and Patronage: The Collaborative Roles of Subscribers and Patrons in the Publishing of Thomas Hearne at Oxford, 1710-1720," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Berke-ley), 2001, 329 pp.

 

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Krikorian, B. and J. Satre. "The Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, 1864-1904-2004," Art Libraries Journal 29, no. 3 (2004): 10-14.

 

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Kuhns, Matt. Cotton’s Library: The Many Perils of Preserving History (Lakewood, OH: Lyon Hall Press, 2014) 266 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-9882505-3-6.

 

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Laerke, Mogens. “Leibniz, the Encyclopedia, and the Natural Order of Thinking,” Journal of the History of Ideas 75 (April 2014): 237-59.

 

Lagarde, Francoise. "La Bibliotheque d'Ecole: De L'Armoire Bibliotheque a la BCD," Bulletin des Bibliotheques de France v. 49, no. 1 (2004): 22-25.

 

Lapidge, Michael. Anglo-Saxon Library (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006) 407 pp. $110.00 ISBN 0-19- 92672-27.

 

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Lawrence, Elizabeth Quarmby. "Researching Historic Library Buildings in the British Isles: Problems and Ways Forward," Library History 19 (March 2003): 39-54.

 

Lawrence, Elizabeth Quarmby. "There is no Describing the Library: The Parkers of Saltram and Their Books," Library History 18 (November 2002): 207-214.

 

Leadley, Ian. "40 Years of Boston Spa: Reminiscences and Change," Interlending and Document Supply v. 30, no. 4 (2002): 218-21.

 

Leapman, Michael. The Book of the British Library (London: British Library, 2012) 256 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-71235-837-8.

 

Lees, Janet. “OCLC in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, 1998-2008,” Journal of Library Administration 49, no. 6 (2009): 603-611.

 

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Liddington, Jill. “Fawcett Saga: Remembering the Women’s Library across Four Decades,” History Workshop Journal 76 (October 2013): 266-80.

 

Liebaers, Herman. Beyond Belgium: Royal and Other Adventures of a Librarian Worldwide (Leuven, Belgium: van Halewyck Inc., Publisher, 2003) 520 pp. €40.00 ISBN 3-598-07720-3.

 

Lilja, Johanna. “Developing the International Distribution of Humanities Studies in Finland: The Exchange of Publications of Two Learned Societies in 1831-1914,” Library History 23 (September 2007): 213-21.

 

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Löffler, Erik P. “One Hundred and Fifty Years of the Bibliotheek Sociëteit de Witte: The History of the Library of a Gentlemen’s Club,” Library History 22 (March 2006): 45-54.

 

Longás Lacasa, María Ángeles. Historia de la Biblioteca de la Universidad de Mallorca (1767-1829) (Madrid, Spain: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Figuerola Institute of Social Science History, 2015) 437 pp. [Freely available at: http://e-archivo.uc3m.es/bitstream/handle/10016/21552/historia_longas_hu...

 

López, Genaro Luis García. “The Current State of Research on the History of Public Libraries in Spain,” Library History 23 (September 2007): 191-99.

 

Lopez-Vidreiero, Maria Luisa. Polished Cornerstone of the Temple: Queenly Libraries of the Enlightenment (London: British Library, 2005) 83 pp. $32.00 ISBN 0-7123-4907-3. [Panizzi Lectures series, 2004]

 

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Loveman, K. “Books and Sociability: The Case of Samuel Pepys’s Library,” The Review of English Studies 61 (2010): 183-95.

 

Loveman, Kate. Samuel Pepys and His Books: Readings, Newsgathering, and Sociability, 1660-1703 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015) 308 pp. $100.00 ISBN 978-0-19-873268-6.

 

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Loving, Matthew. "Charles Nodier: The Romantic Librarian," Libraries & Culture 38 (Spring 2003): 166-81.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. "Books and Libraries as Instruments of Cultural Diplomacy in Francophone Africa during the Cold War," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 58-86.

 

Maack, Mary Niles. "The Lady and the Antelope" Suzanne Briet's Contribution to the French Documentation Movement," Library Trends 52 (Spring 2004): 719-47.

 

MacGowan, Ken. "An Introduction to the Central Catholic Library," Dublin Historical Record 47 (Spring 2004): 98- 191.

 

Machova, Anna. "Les Transformations du Reseau des Bibliotheques en Republlic Tcheque," Bulletin des Bibliotheques de France v. 49, no. 4 (2004): 69-77.

 

Macleod, Roy, ed. Library of Alexandria: Centre of Learning in the Ancient World (London: I.B. Tauris, 2000) 196 pp. $55.00 ISBN 1-86064-428-7.

 

MacNeil, Heather and Jennifer Douglas. “The Generic Evolution of Calendars and Guides at the Public Record Office of Great Britain, ca. 1838-1968,” Information & Culture v. 49. No. 3 (2014): 294-326.

 

Maher, Michael. “184 Years Not Out: A Brief History of the Library of the Law Society of England and Wales,” Legal Information Management 16 (March 2016): 40-43.

 

Mahrer, Stefanie, “Much More Than Just Another Private Collection: The Schocken Library and its Rescue from Nazi Germany in 1935,” Naharaim v. 9 (2015): 4-24.

 

Mäkinen, Ilkka. "Finland Pays its Debts and Gets Books in Return: ASLA Grants to the Finnish Academic Libraries, 1950-1967," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 211-32.

 

Mäkinen, Ilkka. “Libraries and Reading in Finnish Military Hospitals during the Second World War,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 536-50.

 

Mandelbrote, Giles. “Proposals for Printing a Catalogue of Sion College Library (1721),” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 20-33.

 

Mandelbrote, Giles and Barry Taylor, eds. Libraries within the Library: The Origins of the British Library’s Printed Collections (London: The British Library, 2009) 448 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5035-8.

 

Manfroid, Stephanie and Jacques Gillen. “The Archives of Paul Otlet: Between Appreciation and Rediscovery, 1944-2013,” Library Trends 62 (Fall 2013): 311-28.

 

Manley, K. A. “A Matter of Life and Death: A Note on a Religious Book Club in Fethard, County Tipperary, in 1835,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 123-31.

 

Manley, K. A. "Scottish Circulating and Subscription Libraries as Community Libraries," Library History 19 (November 2003): 185-94.

 

Manley, Keith A. "Food for the Mind, or Food for the Belly? The Irish Famine and the Public Libraries Act of 1850," Library History 17 (November 2001): 203-212.

 

Manley, Keith A. “Jeremy Bentham has been Banned: Contention and Censorship in Private Subscription Libraries before 1825,” Library & Information History 29 (September 2013): 170-81.

 

Manley, Keith A. “Parochial Libraries: Past, Present, and Future,” Library & Information History 27 (December 2011): 209-10.

 

Marchant, David. "The East Yorkshire Heritage Library: History at Your Fingertips," Local Historian [Great Britain] v. 30, no. 3 (2000): 178-82.

 

Marr, Alexander. “Shakespeare, Sidney, and Spenser in an Early Continental Library,” The Library 17 (March 2016): 40-55.

 

Massil, Stephen. "The Huguenot Royal Librarians: Henri Justel, François Vallotton, and Claudius Amyand," Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland v. 27, no. 3 (2000): 369-81.

 

Masson, Francine. "Per Piacer di Porle in Lista, or Random Thoughts on some Catalogues of Scientific Libraries in the 19th Century," Bulletin des Bibliotheques de France v. 46, no. 1 (2001): 33-36.

 

Mathias, Julie. “Summer Schools in Library Service at Aberystwyth (1917-1928)” Library Review, v. 64 (2015): 489-502.

 

Matrenza, Richard. Libraries in Malta (Malta: the Author, 2000) 88 pp. ISBN 99932-0-086-X.

 

Maxwell, H. "The Dick Institute," Scots Magazine 156 (February 2002): 169-74.

 

McCarthy, Muriel. Marsh's Library, Dublin: All Graduates & Gentlemen 2nd ed. (Dublin: Four Court's Press, 2003) 272 pp. $45.00 ISBN 1-85182-730-7.

 

McCarthy, Muriel. "Public Libraries in Ireland, I: Archbishop Narcissus Marsh and the Foundation of the First Public Library," Art Libraries Journal v. 25, no. 3 (2000): 37-40.

 

McCarthy, Muriel and Ann Simmons, eds. Marsh’s Library: A Mirror on the World: Law, Learning and Libraries, 1650-1750 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2009) 320 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-1-84682-152-3.

 

McKitterick, David. “Libraries, Knowledge and Public Identity,” in Martin Daunton, ed. The Organisation of Knowledge in Victorian Britain (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 287-312.

 

McNicol, Sarah. “Library Co-Operation in the Inter-War Period: Lessons from History,” Library History 21 (July 2005): 83-89,

 

Meadows, Jack. "S.C. Bradford and Documentation: A Review Article," Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 34 (September 2002): 171-74. [Famous for formulating Bradford's law]

 

Mee, Jon, and Jennifer Wilkes. “Transpennine Enlightenment: The Literary and Philosophical Societies and Knowledge Networks in the North, 1781-1830,” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies v. 38 (2015): 599-612.

 

Meehan, William, III. “The Importance of Cosimo de Medici in Library History,” Indiana Libraries 26, no. 3 (2007): 15-17.

 

Meller, Hugh. "Knightshayes Court: Reconstructing a Victorian Library Room," Library History 18 (2002): 235-38.

 

Menke, Richard. “The Medium is the Media: Fictions of the Telephone in the 1890s,” Victorian Studies 55 (Winter 2013): 212-21.

 

Miehe, Dorothea. "The Paul Hirsch Music Library in the British Library", in Vodosek, Peter, Alistair Black and Peter Hoare, eds. Mäzenatentum für Bibliotheken / Philanthropy for Libraries, Wolfenbütteler Schriften zur Geschichte des Buchwesens no. 39 (Wiesbaden: Harrossowitz, 2004), pp. 37-48.

 

Milhous, Judith and Robert D. Hume. The Publication of Plays in London, 1660-1800: Playwrights, Publishers and the Market (London: British Library, 2015) 484 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5773-9.

 

Millstone, Noah. Manuscript Circulation and the Invention of Politics in Early Stuart England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016) 358 pp. $120.00 ISBN 978-1-107-107-23.

 

Minter, Catherine. “Academic Library Reform and the Ideal of the Librarian in England, France, and Germany in the Long Nineteenth Century,” Library & Information History 29 (March 2013): 19-37.

 

Minter, Catherine J. “John Dury’s Reformed Librarie-Keeper: Information and its Intellectual Contexts in Seventeenth-Century England,” Library & Information History 31 (February 2015): 18-34.

 

Mitts-Smith, Debra. “L’Heure Joyeuse: Educational and Social Reform in Post-World War I Brussels,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 464-73.

 

Moledina, Sheza. “Books in Exile: The Case of the Jesuit Seminary Library in Jersey, 1880-1945,” Library & Information History 26 (June 2010): 105-120.

 

Montalbano, Kathryn A. “Misunderstanding the Mongols: Intercultural Communication in Three Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Travel Accounts,” Information & Culture v. 50 no. 4 (2015): 588-610.

 

Moore, Jo. "Filling the Shelves at Montacute," Library History 18 (November 2002): 153-56.

 

Moore, Lara. "Restoring Order: The École des Chartres and the Organization of Archives and Libraries in France, 1820-70," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 96 (December 2002): 531-41.

 

Moore, Lara Jennifer. "Restoring Order: The Ecole des Chartes and the Organization of Archives and Libraries in France, 1820-1870," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University), 2001, 359 pp.

 

Moore, Lara Jennifer. Restoring Order: The Ecole des Chartes and the Organization of Archives and Libraries in France, 1820-1870 (Duluth, MN: Litwin Books, LLC, 2008) 320 pp. $32.00 ISBN 978-0-9778617-9-8.

 

Moran, Barbara B. “Continuity and Change: The Integration of Oxford University’s Libraries,” Library Quarterly 75 (July 2005): 262-94.

 

Moran, Barbara B. “E. W. B. Nicholson and the Bodleian Library Staff-Kalendar,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 45, no. 3 (2010): 297-319.

 

Mortlock, D. P. Holkham Library: A History and Description (Cambridge: Roxburghe Club, 2006) 140 pp. $200.00 ISBN 1-901902-09-9.

 

Mounier-Kuhn, Pierre. “Computer Science in French Universities: Early Entrants and Latecomers,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History v. 47, no. 4 (2012): 414-56.

 

Muddiman, Dave. “A New History of ASLIB, 1924-1950,” Journal of Documentation 61, no. 3 (2005): 402-28.

 

Muddiman, Dave. "The Public Library in an Age of Inclusion: Edward Sydney, Harold Jolliffe and the Rise and Fall of Library Extension, 1927-1972," Library History 18 (July 2002): 117-30.

 

Murphy, Christopher. “British Parliamentary Libraries: History, International Comparisons, and Some Lessons for Tomorrow’s Legislature Libraries,” Library Trends 58 (2010): 472-85.

 

Naudé, Gabriel, Advis pour Dresser une Bibliothèque: Reproduction de l’édition de 1644 (Précédée de l’advis, Manifeste de la Bibliothèque Erudite by Claude Jolly) (Paris: Baudry, 2010) 164 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-23575-504- 38.

 

Naylor, Bernard. “Early Developments in the Automation of Higher Education Libraries,” Library History 23 (December 2007): 283-90.

 

Nelsson, Richard. “Credible and Credited: The Rise of the Media Librarians,” Library & Information Update 5 (December 2006): 38-41. [History of British newspaper libraries]

 

Nemerkenyi, Elod. "Cathedral Libraries in Medieval Hungary," Library History 20 (March 2004): 7-17.

 

Niessen, James. “The Persistence and Decline of German Scholarship in Hungarian Library Collections and Culture in the Twentieth Century" Slavic & East European Information Resources 8, no. 4 (2007): 55-70.

 

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Niessen, James P. “Museums, Nationality, and Public Research Libraries in Nineteenth-Century Transylvania,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (Summer 2006): 298-336.

 

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Rasmussen, Hans C. “Endangered Records and the Beginning of Professionalism among Archivists in England, 1918-1945,” Library & Information History 27 (June 2011): 87-103.

 

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Reid, Peter H. and Margaret Molloy. “Church and State: Censorship and Political Interference in the Libraries of County Mayo,” Library & Information History 29 (May 2013): 118-34.

 

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Rex, Joachim. Akademiebibliothek: Die Entwicklung der Bibliothek der Akeadmie der Wissenschaften in Drei Jahrhunderten, Anhand der Quellen Dargestellt (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2002) 295 pp. ISBN 3-447- 04539-6.

 

Reymes, Nicolas. Le Pillage des Bibliotheques Appartenant a des Juifs pendant l’Occupation: Les Livres dan la Tourmente," Revue d'Histoire de la Shoah: Le Monde Juif no. 168 (2000): 31-56.

 

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Ricketts, Rita. Scholars, Poets & Radicals: Discovering Forgotten Lives in the Blackwell Collections (London: Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, 2015) 302 pp. $50.00 ISBN978-1-85124-425-6.

 

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Roberts, Dunston. “Abundantly Replenisht with Books of His Own Purchasing and Choyce: Lord Herbert of Cherbury’s Library at Montgomery Castle,” Library & Information History 31 (May 2015): 117-36.

 

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Rodrigues, Lúcia Lima and Russell Craig. “Recovery Amid Destruction: Manoel da Maya and the Lisbon Earthquake of 1755,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 43, no. 4 (2008): 397-410.

 

Rotaru, Florin. “Coup d'Oeil sur l'Histoire des Bibliotheques de Bucarest,” Bulletin des Bibliotheques de France 53, no. 1 (2008): 52-6.

 

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Rozier, Gilles. “The Bibliotheque Medem: Eighty Years Serving Yiddish Culture,” Judaica Librarianship 15 (2009): 25-34.

 

Rubery, Matthew. “From Shell Shock to Shellac: The Great War, Blindness, and Britain’s Talking Library,” Twentieth Century British History v. 26, no. 1 (2015): 1-25.

 

Rudy, Kathryn M. Postcards on Parchment: The Social Lives of Medieval Books (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2015) 359 pp. $85.00 ISBN 978-0-300-20989-1.

 

Rukanci, Faith and Hakan Anameric. “Libraries as Scientific, Educational and Cultural Institutions in the Ottoman Empire (XIVth-XVIIth Centuries)” Libri 56 (December 2006): 252-63.

 

Rule, John C. and Ben S. Trotter. A World of Paper: Louis XIV, Colbert de Torcy, and the Rise of the Information State (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014) 829 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-7735-4370-6.

 

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Russell, Beth M. "Cataloging in Medieval Libraries," Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 69 (2001): 17-33.

 

Saarti, Jarmo. “Libraries Without Walls: Information Technology in Finish Public Libraries from the 1970s to the 1990s,” Library History 22 (March 2006): 33-43.

 

Sakr, Mona. “'Too high an ideal for the work required'? Minnie James and the Intellectual Life of the Librarian,” Library & Information History 27 (September 2011): 179-93.

 

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Saumarez Smith, John. “Hugh Trevor-Roper’s Library,” The Book Collector v. 63 (2014): 427-34.

 

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Schipke, Renate. Scriptorium und Bibliothek des Benediktinerklosters Bosau bei Zeitz: Die Bosauer Handschriften in Schulpforte (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2000) 143 pp. 116 DM ISBN 3-447-04207-9.

 

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Schreiber, Monika. Robert Münzl: (1858-1917); Leben, Werk und Wirken des Klassischen Philologen und Hamburger Bibliotheksdirektors," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Hamburg University), 2000, 516 pp.

 

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Simpson, Matthew. "You Have Not Such a One in England: St. Andrews University Library as an Eighteenth-Century Mission Statement," Library History 17 (March 2001): 41-56.

 

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Smith, Kathleen A. "Collection Development in Public and University Libraries of the Former German Democratic Republic since German Unification," Libraries & Culture 36 (Summer 2001): 413-31.

 

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Smith-Peter, Susan J. “Provincial Public Libraries and the Law in Nicholas I’s Russia,” Library History 21 (July 2005): 103-119.

 

Spencer, Stephanie. “Just a Book in a Library?: The Sybil Campbell Library Collection Fostering International Friendship amongst Graduate Women,” History of Education v. 42, no. 2 (2013): 257-74.

 

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Sroka, Marek. “Forsaken and Abandoned: The Nationalization and Salvage of Deserted, Displaced, and Private Library Collections in Poland, 1945-1948,” Library & Information History 28 (December 2012): 272-88.

 

Sroka, Marek. “The Music Collection of the Former Prussian State Library at the Jagiellonian Library in Kraków, Poland: Past, Present, and Future Developments,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 651-664.

 

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Stimpson, Felicity. "Servants' Reading: An Examination of the Servants' Library at Cragside," Library History 19 (March 2003): 3-11.

 

Stonehouse, Roger and Gerhard Stromberg, eds. The Architecture of the British Library at St. Pancras (New York: Spon Press, 2003) 262 pp. $90.00 ISBN 0-419-25120-0.

 

Stringer, Ian. Britain's Mobile Libraries (Appleby-in-Westmoreland: Trans-Pennine Publishing, 2001) 52 pp. ISBN 1-903016-15-0.

 

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Teeter, Timothy M. "Papyri, Archives, and Patronage,” Classical Bulletin 80, no. 1 (2004): 27-34.

 

Tetreault, Ronald. “Beneficial Spaces: The Rise of Military Libraries in the British Empire,” in Buschman and Leckie, eds. in Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture (Libraries Unlimited, 2007): 29-39.

 

Thomas, Andrea and Hilary Ely. “The Cranston Library, Reigate: The First Three Hundred Years,” Library & Information History 27 (December 2011): 246-54.

 

Thompson, James. A Centennial History of the Library of the University of Birmingham, 1880-1995 (Birmingham: University Library, 2000) 252 pp. $25.00 ISBN 0-7044-2096-1.

 

Thomson, Erik. "Axel Oxenstierna and Books," Sixteenth Century Journal 38 (Fall 2007): 705-729.

 

Thomson, Rodney M., ed. The University and College Libraries of Oxford (Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues, 16). 2 vols. (London: British Library in association with the British Academy. 2015) $250.00 ISBN: 978-0-712-35-760-9.

 

Tinerella, Vincent P. “The American Catholic Effort to Preserve European Manuscripts after World War II,” Catholic Library World 75 (March 2005): 189-97.

 

Tite, Colin G. C. Early Records of Sir Robert Cotton's Library: Formation, Cataloguing, Use (London: British Library, 2004) 297 pp. $120.00 ISBN 0 7123 4824 7.

 

Topper, Joby. "Saved from Oblivion: The Organization and Management of the Douce Collection at the Bodleian Library and the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford, 1834-1934," Library History 20 (November 2004): 183-206.

 

Towsey, Mark. “First Steps in Associational Reading: Book Use and Socialability at the Wigtown [Scotland] Subscription Library, 1795-9,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 103 (December 2009): 455-95.

 

Towsey, Mark. “I Can’t Resist Sending You the Book: Private Libraries, Elite Women, and Shared Reading Practices in Georgian Britain,” Library & Information History 29 (September 2013): 210-22.

 

Towsey, Mark. “Store their Minds with Much Valuable Knowledge”: Agricultural Improvement at the Selkirk Subscription Library, 1799-1814,” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies v. 38 (2015): 569-84.

 

Tyler, A. “A Library of Their Own: The Potential for a Women’s Library in Wales,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wales, Aberystwyth), 2006.

 

Vaisey, David. "The Legacy of Sir Thomas Bodley," Bodleian Library Record 17 (October 2002): 419-30.

 

van den Broecke, Marcel. “Abraham Ortelius’s Library Reconstructed,” Imago Mundi 66 (January 2014): 25-50. [Sixteenth century personal library in Antwerp]

 

Van Hulle, Dirk and Mark Nixon. Samuel Beckett’s Library (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) 326 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-1-10700-126-8.

 

Van Woudenberg, Maximilian. “The Göttingen Library Borrowings of English Matriculants, 1798–1801,” The Library 17 (September 2016): 239-86.

 

Varry, Dominique. “L’Histoire de Bibliotheques en France: Etat des Lieux,” Bulletin des Bibliotheques des France 50, no. 2 (2005): 16-22.

 

Vaughn, W. E., ed. The Old Library, Trinity College Dublin, 1712-2012 (Dublin: Four Courts, 2013) 462 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-1-84682-377-0.

 

Vincent, John. LGBT People and the UK Cultural Sector: The Response of Libraries, Museums, Archives and Heritage since 1950 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014).

 

Vitello, G. “National Libraries: The Concept and the Practice, 1700-2000," Alexandria v. 13, no. 3 (2001): 139-51.

 

Vodosek, Peter. “Innovation and Ideology: Walter Hofmann’s Library in Desden-Plauen and Leipzig,” Library History 23 (March 2007): 63-76.

 

Vodosek, Peter. "Library History in Germany: A Progress Report," Library History 17 (July 2001): 119-26.

 

Vodosek, Peter. “The Teaching Diary of a German Library School, 1942-1952: Analysis and Interpretation,” Library and Information History 32 (February/May 2016): 132-45.

 

Vodosek, Peter. "The Usual Delay: Public Libraries in Nineteenth Century Germany," Library History 17 (November 2001): 197-202.

 

Volodin, Boris. "Foreign Libraries in the Mirror of Soviet Library Science during the Cold War," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 204-210.

 

Volodin, Boris F. "History of Librarianship, Library History, or Information History: A View from Russia," Library Quarterly 70 (October 2000): 446-67.

 

Wagner, Bettina, ed. Worlds of Learning: The Library and World Chronicle of the Nuremberg Physician Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) (Munich: Allitera Verlag, 2016) 168 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-3-86906-757-5.

 

Wakeham, Maurice. "From Lock Cupboard to University Library: Libraries for Nurses in the UK after 1955," Library History 18 (March 2002): 39-60.

 

Walker, Alison, Arthur MacGregor, and Michael Hunter, eds. From Books To Bezoars: Sir Hans Sloane and His Collections (London: The British Library, 2012) 310 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5880-4.

 

Walker, Alison. “Sir Hans Sloan and the Library of Dr. Luke Rugeley,” The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 15 (December 2014): 383-409.

 

Walker, Gregory, Mary Clapinson, and Lesley Forbes, eds. The Bodleian Library: A Subject Guide to the Collections (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2004) 240 pp. $75.00 ISBN 1-85124-079-9.

 

Walker, Martyn. “For the Last Many Years in England Everybody has Been Educating the People, but They Have Forgotten to Find Them Any Books: The Mechanics' Institutes Library Movement and its Contribution to Working-Class Adult Education during the Nineteenth Century,” Library & Information History 29 (November 2013): 272-86.

 

Walravens, Hartmut. "Serials Cataloguing in Germany: The Historical Development," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 35, nos. ? (2003): 541-52.

 

Walsh, Pat. The Curious Case of the Mayo Librarian (Cork, Ireland: Mercier Press, 2009) 223 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978- 1-85635-615-2.

 

Warkentin, Germaine, Joseph L. Black, and William R. Bowen, eds. The Library of the Sidneys of Pennhurst Place circa 1665 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015) 420 pp. $200.00 ISBN 978-0-8020-4293-4.

 

Warren, Gundren. “Peck's Porch Picnic Parties, or The Bishop's Committee for Books and Documents,” Library & Information History 27 (December 2011): 229-38.

 

Watts, Iain P. “We Want No Authors: William Nicholson and the Contested Role of the Scientific Journal in Britain, 1797-1813,” British Journal for the History of Science 47 (September 2014): 397-419.

 

Webster, Jon. "Don't Have a Library Rate Thrust upon You: The Libraries Acts Debate in Whitby, 1878," Library History 20 (July 2004): 117-35.

 

Weller, Toni. “The Puffery and Practicality of Etiquette Books: A New Take on Victorian Information Culture,” Library Trends 62 (Winter 2014): 663-80.

 

Weller, Toni and David Bawden. “Individual Perceptions: A New Chapter on Victorian Information History,” Library History 22 (July 2006): 137-56.

 

West, Susie. “An Architectural Typology for the Early Modern Country house Library, 1660-1720,” The Library 14 (December 2013): 441-64.

 

Whobrey, William. "The Carthusian Library at Buxheim: A Virtual Reconstruction," Yale University Library Gazette (2001), supplement: 67-79.

 

Wieder, Joachim and Harry Campbell. "IFLA's First Fifty Years: A Reprise," IFLA Journal v. 28, no. 3 (2002): 107-17.

 

Wilkins-Jones, C. "Norwich City Library and its Intellectual Milieu, 1608-1825," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, East Anglia University), 2000.

 

Williams, M. E. "The Library of Saint Alban's English College Vallodolid: Censorship and Acquisitions," Recusant History 26 (May 2002): 132-42.

 

Willoughby, James M. W. The Libraries of Collegiate Churches 2 vols. (London: The British Library, 2014) $195.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5706-7.

 

Wilson, David M. The British Museum: A History (London: British Museum, 2002) 416 pp. $50.00 ISBN 0-7141-2764-7.

 

Wilson, Nicola. “Boots Book-lovers' Library and the Novel: The Impact of a Circulating Library Market on Twentieth-Century Fiction,” Information & Culture 49, no. 4 (2014): 427-49.

 

Wirtén, Eva Hemmungs. Making Marie Curie: Intellectual Property and Celebrity Culture in an Age of Information (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015) 223 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-226-23584-4.

 

Wollenberg, Jörg. "Richelieu et le System Europeen de Securite Collective: la Bibliotheque du Cardinal comme Centre Intellectuel d'une Nouvelle Politique," Dix-Septième Siècle v. 53, no. 1 (2001): 99-112.

 

Woods, Rollo G. “How It All Began,” Library History 23 (December 2007): 275-82 [beginnings of automation at Southampton University Library]

 

Woodward, Hazel and Fytton Rowland. “The History of Library Automation in the United Kingdom,” in Ravindra N. Sharma, ed., Libraries in the Early 21st Century 2 vols. (Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2012), 1:361-73.

 

Wright, Alex. Cataloguing the World: Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014) 360 pp. $21.

 

Yakel, Elizabeth. Sociable Knowledge: Natural History and the Nation in Early Modern Britain(Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016) 346 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-0-8122-4781-7. [Examines written communication of 17th century scientists]

 

Yeo, M. M. “The Acquisition of Books by Chetham’s Library, 1655-1700: A Case Study in the Distribution and Reception of Texts in the English Provinces in the Late Seventeenth Century,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Manchester University), 2007.

 

Zalar, Jeffrey T. "Knowledge is Power: The Borromäusverein and Catholic Reading Habits in Imperial Germany," Catholic Historical Review v. 86, no. 1 (2000): 20-46.

 

Zgonjanin, Sanja. “The Prosecution of War Crimes for the Destruction of Libraries and Archives during Times of Armed Conflict,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Spring 2005): 128-44.

 

 

Zwiep, Irene, et al., eds. Omnia in Eo : Studies on Jewish Books and Libraries in Honour of Adri Offenberg, Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana in Amsterdam (Leuven: Peeters, 2006) 400 pp. $160.00 ISBN 978-0-42919-08-2.

 

 

 

D. ASIA, AFRICA, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND OTHER

 

Adkins, Bruce. Reading in Colonial Tasmania: The Early Years of the Evandale Subscription Library (Clayton, Victoria: Ancora Press, 2010) AUD $55.00 ISBN 978-07-3262-422-4.

 

Afshar, E. “The National Library of Iran: A New Building and a New Future,” Australian Academic & Research Libraries 37 (September 2006): 221-232.

 

Agboola, A.T. "Five Decades of Nigerian University Libraries: A Review," Libri 50 (December 2000): 280-89.

 

Aho, Jon Arvid. "Using References in the Work of Eusebius of Caesarea (ca. 260-339) to Understand the Collection of the Library of Caesarea," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin), 2002, 391 pp.

 

Al-Kanan, Asma J. “Kuwait’s Higher Education Libraries,” IFLA Journal 42 (March 2016): 59-65.

 

Ali, Irfan and Muhammad Tariq. “Historical Development of Web OPAC in Pakistan,” Pakistan Library & Information Science Journal 48 (January-March 2017): 41-48.

 

Althofer, J. “Lover of the Real Australia and Sane Art: William Bolton MBE and the Lionel Lindsay Art Gallery,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 233-50.

 

Al-Tikriti, Nabil. “Stuff Happens: A Brief Overview of the 2003 Destruction of Iraqi Manuscript Collections, Archives, and Libraries,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 730-45.

 

Amaeshi, Basil, ed. Classic Readings in African Library Development (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2003) 459 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-8108-4142-8.

 

Anameric, Hakan and Faith Rukanci. “Libraries in the Middle East during the Ottoman Empire (1517-1918)” Libri 59 (September 2009): 145-54.

 

Anwar, Muhammad. “Political and Professional Inputs in Public Library Development in Pakistan,” Pakistan Library Bulletin 28 (March/June 1997): 1-9.

 

Armstrong, Gordon. "The Culture and History of South African Public Libraries: The Experiences of Durban Library," Library History 16 (May 2000): 35-47.

 

Atkins, Keith. “Convict Probation Station Libraries in Colonial Tasmania,” Script & Print 34 (2010): 87-92.

 

Bangani, Siviwe. “The History, Deployment, and Future of Institutional Repositories in Public Universities in South Africa,” Journal of Academic Librarianship 44 (January 2018): 39-51.

 

Barker, Donald. “Reformers and Reform: Towards Free Public Libraries in Victoria,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 373-91.

 

Bell, Fiona. “The Carnegie Corporation Decides on Racially-Segregated Libraries in South Africa in 1928: Negrophilist or Segregationist?” Library & Information History 25 (September 2009): 174-89.

 

Berg, Daria, ed. Transforming Book Culture in China, 1600-2016 (Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2016) 292 pp. $56.00 ISBN 978-3-4471-072-80.

 

Berzins, Baiba. “The Mitchell Library Reading Room: A Personal Memoir about the 1960s to 1980s,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 312-21.

 

Birkner, Michael J. “The Wisest Help: Frederick Keppel and His Consultants' Impact on Australia and New Zealand Libraries,” Library & Information History 29 (November 2013): 258-71.

 

Blackwood, Bill. Rich and Rewarding: An Autobiography (Palmerston North, N.Z.: B. Blackwood, 2001) 175 pp. ISBN 0-473077-81-7.

 

Boadle, Don. "Academic or Community Resource? Stakeholder Interests and Collection Management at Charles Sturt University Regional Archives, 1973-2003," Australian Library Journal 52 (August 2003): 273-86.

 

Boudalis, Georgios. The Codex and Crafts in Late Antiquity (New York: Bard Graduate Center, 2018) 181 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-8691-437-63.

 

Brouillette,Sarah. “UNESCO and the Book in the Developing World,” Representations 127 (Summer 2014): 33-54.

 

Buabbas, Hasan, Benachir Medjdoub, and Yacine Rezgui. “Hidden Parts in the History of the School Library in Kuwait,” Library Review 59 (2010): 401-413.

 

Buckridge, Patrick. “Generations of Books: A Tasmanian Family Library, 1816-1994,” Library Quarterly 76 (October 2006): 388-402.

 

Butt, A.R. “The Kurrachee General Library: A Half-Century in Retrospect: The British Arrival and the Station Library,” Pakistan Library & Information Science Journal 36 (March 2005): 3-13.

 

Butt, A.R. and G.A. Soomro. “Masum Shah Public Library Sukkur,” Pakistan Library Bulletin 28 (September 1997): 20-29.

 

Calcuttawala, Zohra. "Knowledge Stores: The Spatial Dynamics of Public Library Accessibility and Consumption in Calcutta," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Cincinnati), 2004. 259 pp. [covers period from 1850-1991]

 

Campbell, Duncan M. “Reflections on the Tower of the Crimson Clouds and the History of the Private Library in Late-Imperial China,” East Asian History Issue 38 (2014): 63-74.

 

Carroll, Mary, et al. “Commonwealth of uncertainty: How British and American Professional Models of Library Practice Have Shaped LIS Education in Selected Former British Colonies and Dominions,” IFLA Journal 39 (June 2013): 121-133.

 

Carroll, Mary. “Republic of the Learned: The Role of Libraries in the Promotion of a US Democratic Vision” History of Education 38 (November 2009): 809–823.

 

Carroll, Mary. “Reading to Educate and Reform: The Books and the Libraries of the Port Arthur Penal Establishment,” The International Journal of the Book vol. 10, no. 4 (2012): 45-51.

 

Çelik, Ahmet. "University Libraries in Turkey: A State of the Art Review," Information Development 17 (June 2001): 85-92.

 

Chang, Durk Hyun. "Knowledge, Culture, and Identity: American Influence on the Development of Library and Information Science in South Korea since 1945," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin), 2000, 224 pp.

 

Cheng, Huanwen. "The Effect of theCold War on Librarianship in China," Library Review v. 50, nos. 3-4 (2001): 132-37.

 

Civallero, Edgardo. “Bibliotecas Indígenas en Australia y Nueva Zelanda: Una Revisión Bibliográfica,” Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecología 30 (July/December 2007): 231-50.

 

Clark, Patricia G. "The Politics of Information: Libraries and Librarianship in the Western Cape, South Africa, 1930s-1960s," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2002, 224 pp.

 

Cochrane, Peter. Remarkable Occurrences: The National Library of Australia's first 100 years, 1901-2001 (Canberra : National Library of Australia, 2001) 283 pp. ISBN 0-64210-730-0.

 

Coleman, Sterling J., Jr. Librarianship and Information Science in the Islamic World, 1966-1999 (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2005) 425 pp. $60.00 ISBN0-8108-5179-2.

 

Conference IATUL Libraries and Education in the Net-worked Information Environment. Ancient libraries in Anatolia: Hattusha, Pergamon, Ephesus Nysa (24th: 2003: Ankara, Turkey) (Ankara, Turkey: ODTÜ, 2003) 55 pp. ISBN 9 7580706 4 9.

 

Coulette, P. "Un Siècle de Bibliothèques Publiques en Chine," Bulletin de Bibliotheques de France v. 49, no. 5 (2004): 87-95.

 

Dick, A. L. "Science for Ideology? P.C. Coetzee and the Professionalization of South African Librarian-ship," Mousaion v. 19, no. 1 (2001): 62-92.

 

Dick, Archie L. “Blood from Stones: Censorship and the Reading Practices of South African Political Prisoners, 1960-1990,” Library History 24 (March 2008): 1-22.

 

Dick, Archie L. “The Books Were Just the Props: Public Libraries and Contested Space in the Cape Flats Townships in the 1980s,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 698-715.

 

Dick, Archie L. “Ethnic Identity and Library Development in Apartheid South Africa: The Cape Library Association, 1960-1975,” Libri 58 (March 2008): 1-14.

 

Dick, Archie L. The Hidden History of South Africa’s Book and Reading Cultures (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013) 196 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-1- 442-64289-8.

 

Dick, Archie L. “To Make the People of South Africa Proud of Their Membership of the Great British Empire: Home Reading Unions in South Africa, 1900-1914,” Libraries & Culture 40 (Winter 2005): 1-24.

 

Dilek-Kayaoglu, Hülya and Guler Demir. “Prison Libraries in Turkey: The Results of a National Survey,” Journal of Librarianship & Information Science 46 (June 2014): 130-38.

 

Domier, Sharon. “From Reading Guidance to Thought Control: Wartime Japanese Libraries,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 551-69.

 

du Toit, Jaqueline Susann. "The Organization and Use of Documentary Deposits in the Near East from Ancient to Medieval Times: Libraries, Archives, Book Collections and Genizas," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, McGill University, Canada) 2002, 218 pp.

 

Dudbridge, Glen. Lost Books of Medieval China (London: British Library, 2000) 79 pp. $32.00 ISBN 0-7123-4688-0.

 

Edwards, Julie Biando and Stephan P. Edwards. “Culture and the New Iraq: The Iraq National Library and Archive, Imagined Community, and the Future of the Iraqi Nation,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 3 (2008): 327- 42.

 

El-Abbadi, Mostafa and Omnia Mounir Fathallah, eds. What Happened to the Ancient Library of Alexandria? (Leiden: Brill, 2008) 259 pp. $130.00 ISBN 978-0-04-1654-58.

 

English, Charlie. Storied City: The Quest for Timbuktu and the Fantastic Mission to Save its Past (New York: Riverhead Books, 2017) 400 pp. $28.00 ISBN 978-1-5946-342-84.

 

Erünsal, I. E. “Ottoman Foundation Libraries in the Age of Reform: The Final Period,” Libri 54 (December 2004): 247-55.

 

Erünsal, I.E.A. "A Brief Survey of the Development of Turkish Llibrary Catalogues," Libri 51 (March 2001): 1-7.

 

Escolar, Hipólito. La Biblioteca de Alejandría (Ma-drid : Editorial Gredos, 2001) 202 pp. ISBN: 8424922948.

 

Evald, Pierre. “Osho Lao Tzu Library: The Library, Reading and Publishing of an Indian Bookman and Mystic,” The Private Library series 5 (Summer 2005): 73-96.

 

Evalds, Victoria K. and David Henige. Africanist Librarianship in an Era of Change (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2005) 248 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-8108-5201-2.

 

Ewald, Laura A. "Library Culture in Ancient Rome, 100 B.C. - A.D. 400," Kentucky Libraries 68 (Winter 2004): 9-11.

Fenerci, Tülay. “The Origins of Legal Deposit in Turkey,” Library History 24 (March 2008): 23-36.

 

Fields, Alison. “Addendum: New Zealand Libraries and the IFLA Publications 1997 to 2010,” IFLA Publications 52 (October 2010): 20-23.

 

Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth B. “The Public Library as Instrument of Colonialism: The Case of the Netherlands East Indies,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 3 (2008): 270-85.

 

Flora, Nirmolini V. "The Library of the Himalayan Club, a Unique Cultural Institution in Simla, 1928-1946," Libraries & Culture 38 (Fall 2003): 289-321.

 

Flora, Nirmolini Velma. "Hill-Station Libraries in North India: A Historical Study of Selected Libraries in Landour/Mussoorie, Simla, Naini Tal and Mukteswar as Reflections of British culture, 1830-1947; with Special Reference to their Background and the Institutions to which They Were Connected" (Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Monash University, Australia), 2000, 320 pp.

 

Flower, Derek Adie. The Shores of Wisdom: The Story of the Ancient Library of Alexandria (Ramsey, Isle of Man: Pharos Publications, 1999) 231 pp. ISBN 0-953094-22-7.

 

Franks, Rachel, “There’s a Dead Body in My Library: Crime Fiction Texts and the History of Libraries,” The Australian Library Journal v.64 (2015): 288-300.

 

Franz, Gerald. “The Ancient Library at Alexandria: Embracing the Excellent, Avoiding its Fate,” in Dawn M. Mueller, ed., Declaration of Interdependence (Proceedings of the ARCL 2011 Conference, March 30-April 2, 2011) (Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2011), pp. 1-6.

 

"Freemantle City Library, 1949 to 1999: 50 Years of Free Library Service to the City of Freemantle," Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services 13 (March 2000): 41-44.

 

Galligan, Anne. "Cultural In-Sites: A History of the National Library of Australia," Australian Library Journal 49 (May 2000): 99-111.

 

Gamage, Premila. "Political Conflicts and Sri Lankan Libraries," Library & Archival Security v. 18, no. 1 (2003): 43-51.

 

Gamsa, Mark. “Traces of Russian Libraries in China,” Library History 22 (November 2006): 201-212.

 

Garner, Jane. “Australian Prison Libraries: A Study of Existing Knowledge and Recent Findings,” Journal of the Australian Library & Information Association 66 (December 2017): 331-43.

 

Gaunt, Heather. “A Native Instinct of Patriotism: Nationalism in the Australian Public Library, from Federation to the 1930s. A Case Study of the Public Library of Tasmania,” Library History 24 (June 2008): 152-66.

 

Gaunt, Heather. “Progressive Reform and the Moral Mission in Australian Public Libraries at the Beginning of the Information Age," Library Trends 62 (Winter 2014): 541-55.

 

Gaunt, Heather. “Social Memory in the Public Historical Sphere: Henry Savery’s The Hermit in Van Diemen’s Land and the Tasmanian Public Library,” Library & Information History 25 (June 2009): 79-96.

 

Goetzfridt, Nicholas J. "Life in the Round and the History of Libraries in Micronesia," (Masters' Thesis, University of Hawaii, 2003) 53 pp.

 

Golvers, Noël. Libraries of Western Learning for China: Circulation of Western Books between Europe and China in the Jesuit Mission (ca. 1650-1750), Part 2: Formation of Jesuit Libraries (Louvain: Ferdinand Verbiest Institute K.U. Leuven, 2013) 559 pp. ISBN 978-90-8209-09-01.

 

Golvers, Noël. “The Pre-1773 Jesuit Libraries in Peking as a Medium for Western Learning in Seventeenth- and Early Eighteenth-Century China,” The Library 16 (December 2015): 429-45.

 

Gul, Sumeer and Samina Khan. “Growth and Development of Oriental Libraries in India,” Library Philosophy and Practice (2008): 1-5.

 

Gunderson, Erik. Nox Philologiae: Aulus Gellius and the Fantasy of the Roman Library (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2009) 313 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-0-299-22970-2.

 

Haffajee, G.H. "University Libraries in South Africa: Transition and Transformation," in Culture Keepers III; Making Global Connections: Conference Proceedings of the BCALA National Conference of African American Librarians, Winston-Salem, NC, July 31-August 3, 1997 (Chicago, IL: Black Caucus of the American Library Association, 2000), pp. 61-69.

 

Haider, Syed Jalaluddin. “First Conference of Pakistan Library Association (PLA) an Event of Great Significance,” Pakistan Library & Information Science Journal 39 (March 2008): 2-10.

 

Hamilton, Alistair. The Arcadian Library: Western Appreciation of Arab and Islamic Civilization (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011) 408 pp. $250.00 ISBN 978-0-19-960963-5.

 

Hammer, Joshua. The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu and Their Race to Save the World’s Most Precious Manuscripts (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2016) 256 pp. $26.00 ISBN 978-1-476-7774-05.

 

Han, Lim Peng. “The Beginning and Development of English Boys' and Girls' Schools and School Libraries in the Straits Settlements, 1786-1941,” Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science 14 (April 2009): 57-81.

 

Han, Lim Peng. “The Beginning and Development of the Raffles Library in Singapore, 1823-1941: A Nineteenth- Century and Early Twentieth-Century British Colonial Enclave,” Library & Information History 25 (December 2009): 265-78.

 

Han Lim Peng. “Elementary Malay Vernacular Schools and School Libraries in Singapore Under British Colonial Rule, 1819-1941,” School Libraries Worldwide 14 (January 2008): 72-85.

 

Han, Lim Peng. “The Leadership and Advocacy Roles of Hedwig Aroozoo and Her Sisters in Promoting School Librarianship in an Emerging Multilingual School System in Post-Colonial Singapore, 1960–1985,” School Libraries Worldwide 22 (January 2016): 32-48.

 

Hansson, Joacim and Jane Kawalya. “Institutional Change in the Ugandan Library Sector: The Establishment of the National Library of Uganda,” Information Development 23 (November 2007): 278-89.

 

Harris, Lindsay. “South Australian Hospital Libraries, 1956-1980: An Incomplete History,” Australian Library Journal 65 (May 2016): 92-106.

 

Henrickson, Thomas. Ancient Libraries and Renaissance Humanism: The De Bibliothecis of Justis Lipsius (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2017) 336 pp, $158.00 ISBN 978-9-0043-381-66.

 

Hernández, Vicente S. "Trends in Philippine Library History," Libraries & Culture 36 (Spring 2001): 329-44.

 

Hill, Matthew. “The Book Trade in the Colonial Philippines,” Book History v. 20 (2017): 40-82.

Hirschler, Konrad. Medieval Damascus: Plurality and Diversity in an Arabic Library: The Ashrafiya Library Catalogue (Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2016) 525 pp. $140.00 ISBN 978-1-4744-0877-6.

 

Hopkinson, Alan. “Library Automation in Developing Countries: The Last 25 Years,” Information Development 25 (November 2009): 304-312.

 

Huanwen, Cheng. "The Effect of the Cold War on Librarianship in China," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 40-50.

Huanwen, Cheng and Donald G. Davis, Jr. “Loss of a Recorded Heritage: Destruction of Chinese Books in the Peking Siege of 1900,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 431-41.

 

Icimzoy, A Oguz and Ismail E. Erunsal. “The Legacy of the Ottoman Library in the Libraries of the Turkish Republic,” Libri 58 (March 2008): 47-57.

 

Imhof, Dirk. “From a Library for Proof-readers to a Bibliophile Treasury: The Library of the Plantin-Moretus Museum in Antwerp,” Art Libraries Journal v. 33, no. 3 (2008): 34-8.

 

Isaak, Aissa. Public Libraries in Africa: A Report and Annotated Bibliography (Oxford: International Network of the Availability of Scientific Publications, 2000) 199 pp. ISBN 1-902928-00-8.

 

Iwe, Josephine I. "Automating Library Processes in the University of Calabar," Information Development 16 (March 2000): 29-33. [Has historical aspects]

 

Iwe, Josephine I. "Women Librarians and the Challenges of Information Technology in Nigerian University Libraries," Information Development 17 (March 2001): 35-41.

Jablonski, Jon. “Private vs. Public: Entrepreneurial Library Services for Children in China,” Children & Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children 16 (Summer 2018): 27-32.

Jiang, Shuyong. “Into the Source and History of Chinese Culture: Knowledge Classification in Ancient China,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 1 (2007): 1-20.

 

Jilovsky, Cathie. "Systems Librarianship in Australia: A Historical Perspective," Library Hi Tech v. 21, no. 3 (2003) p. 297-308.

 

Johnson, William A. Bookrolls and Scribes in Oxyrhynchus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004) 371 pp. $85.00 ISBN 0-802-03734-8.

 

Jones, D. J. “Public Library Development in New South Wales,” Australian Library Journal 54 (May 2005): 130-37.

 

Jones, David J. “State Librarians I Have Known since 1826,” Australian Library Journal 55 (November 2006): 343- 59.

 

Jones, David J., ed. “Unfinished Business: Papers from the Forum on Australian Library History Held at the State Library of NSW, Sydney, 27-29 September 2007,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 217-461.

 

Kalley, Jacqueline A. Apartheid in South African Libraries: The Transvaal Experience (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2000) 256 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-8108-3605-X.

 

Kanatsu, Y. "The Introduction of Reference Work to Japanese Libraries in Pre-War Period," Library and Information Science no. 44 (2000): 1-26.

 

Kannappanavar, B.U. and C.G. Mathad. "Profile of First Grade College Libraries in Karnataka," Annals of Library Science and Documentation (December 2000): 131-40.

 

Karabinos, Michael. “The Djogdja Documenten: The Dutch-Indonesian Relationship Following Independence through an Archival Lens,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 3 (2015): 372-91.

 

Kargbo, J.A. "The History and Development of School Libraries in Sierra Leone," School Libraries Worldwide 6 (January 2000): 88-94.

 

Kaula, P. N. "An Overview of the Punjab Library Movement," Herald of Library Science 40 (January/April 2001): 78-84.

 

Kaula, P.N. "Reflections on the Organisation and Working of the National Library and the Efforts at the Establishment of the National Central Library," Herald of Library Science 41 (January/April 2002): 37-47.

 

Kawalya, J. “Building the National Memory in Uganda: The Role of Legal Deposit Legislation,” Information Development 27 (May 2011):117-24.

 

Kerr, Donald Jackson. Hocken: Prince of Collectors (Dunedin, NZ: Otago University Press, 2016) 424 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-1-877578-66-3.

 

Keseroglu, Hasan S. “Mobile Library Service on Ass,” Bookmobile and Outreach Services v. 8, no. 1 (2005): 57-66.

 

Kim, B.J. "The History and Development of School Libraries in the Republic of Korea," School Libraries Worldwide 6 (January 2000): 95-100.

 

König, Jason, Katarina Oikonomopoulou, and Greg Woolf, eds. Ancient Libraries (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) 497 pp. $120.00 ISBN 978-1-107-01256-1.

Krätli, Graziano. “Between Quandary and Squander: A Brief and Biased Inquiry into the Preservation of West African Arabic Manuscripts,” Book History v. 19, no. 1 (2016): 399-431.

Krätli, Graziano. “The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania — Part 1,” World Libraries 14 (Spring 2004). [available at: http://www.worlib.org/vol14no1/index.shtml]

 

Krätli, Graziano. “The Book and the Sand: Restoring and Preserving the Ancient Desert Libraries of Mauritania — Part 2,” World Libraries 14 (Fall 2004). [available at: http://www.worlib.org/vol14no2/kratli_v14n2.shtml

 

Krieger, Michael T. “Catholic Theologate Libraries of Bangalore, India, in an Historical Setting,” Catholic Library World 76 (June 2006): 306-315.

 

Kuitenbrouwer, Vincent. “Propaganda that Dare not Speak its Name: International Information Services about the Dutch East Indies,” Media History 20 (August 2014): 239-53.

 

Kumar, Krishan and Jaideep Sharma. “Library and Information Science Education in India: A Historical Perspective,” DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology 30 (September 2010): 3-8.

 

Kumar, Sunil. “A Journey of Rural Library Movement in India: Retrospect and Prospects,” Herald of Library Science 45 (January/April 2006): 17-27.

 

Laugesen, Amanda. “Finding Another Great World: Australian Soldiers and Wartime Libraries,” Library Quarterly 76 (October 2006): 420-37.

 

Lee, Devon C. “The Public Parallel: Understanding Sociocultural Influences in the Rise and Fall of the Baroda Public Library System,” (Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), 2010. 80 pp. [in India]

 

Lee, Hur-Li Lee and Wen-Chin Lan. “Purposes and Bibliographic Objectives of a Pioneer Library Catalog in China,” Library Quarterly (April 2009): 205-31.

 

Levey, Lisbeth A. and Stacey Young, eds. Rowing Upstream: Snapshots of Pioneers of the Information Age in Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa: Sharp Sharp Media, 2002) 126 pp. Free ISBN 0 620289 13 9.

 

Lianbin, Dai. “China’s Bibliographic Tradition and the History of the Book,” Book History v. 17 (2014): 1-50.

 

Liao, Jing. “Chinese-American Alliances: American Professionalization and the Rise of the Modern Chinese Library System in the 1920s and 1930s,” Library & Information History 25 (March 2009): 20-32.

 

Liao, Jing. “The Contributions of Nineteenth-Century Christian Missionaries to Chinese Library Reform,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (Summer 2006): 360-71.

 

Liao, Jing. "The Genesis of the Modern Academic Library in China: Western Influences and the Chinese Response," Libraries & Culture 39 (Spring 2004): 161-74.

 

Liao, Jing. "A Historical Perspective: The Root Cause for the Underdevelopment of User Services in Chinese Academic Libraries," Journal of Academic Librarianship 30 (March 2004): 109-15.

 

Liao, Jing. “The New Culture Movement and the Breakthrough in Chinese Academic Library Reform,” Library History 24 (March 2008): 37-47.

 

Lin, Pei-yin, and Weipin Tsai. Print, Profit, and Perception: Ideas, Information and Knowledge in Chinese Societies, 1895-1949 (Leiden: Brill, 2014) 275 pp. $140.00 ISBN 978-9-0042-591-02.

 

Liu, Ziming. "Transborder Information Flow through Human Movement: Implications for Professional Interactions," International Information & Library Review 36 (March 2004): 39-45.

 

Lowe, Bronwyn. “Books That Civilize as Well as Satisfy: Surveying Children's Reading Habits in 1940s and 1950s Australia and New Zealand,” Book History v. 20 (2017): 374-93.

Lowe, Bronwyn. The Right Thing to Read: A History of Australian Girl-Readers, 1910-1960 (New York: Routledge, 2018) 188 pp. $140.00 ISBN 978-1-138-5427-78.

Luo, Yang. “The Genesis of Youth Services in Public Libraries in China, 1912-1937,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2015, 205 pp. [Advisor: Carol Tilley]

 

Luyt, Brendan. “Centres of Calculation and Unruly Colonists: The Colonial Library in Singapore and its Users, 1874-1900,” Journal of Documentation v. 64, no. 3 (2008): 386-96.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “Collectors and Collecting for the Raffles Museum in Singapore: 1920-1940,” Library & Information History 26 (September 2010): 183-95.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “Colonialism, Ethnicity, and Geopolitics in the Development of the Singapore National Library,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 44, no. 4 (2009): 418-33.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “The Importance of Fiction to the Raffles Library, Singapore, during the Long Nineteenth-Century,” Library & Information History 25 (June 2009): 117-31.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “The Makiling Echo: The Multiple Functions of a Staff Magazine in the American Tropical Empire of the Twentieth Century,” Library & Information History 30 (February 2014): 20-40.

Luyt, Brendan. “Narratives, Shifting Cultivation, and Knowledge Projects in the Philippines, 1901–1941: A Cautionary Tale,” Library & Information History v. 33, no. 1 (2017): 35-54.

Luyt, Brendan. “Producing Knowledge About Malaya: Readers, Contributors, Printers, Editors, and the Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society in the 1950s,” Library & Information History 28 (March 2012): 41- 57.

 

Luyt, Brendan. “Replacing the Ideology of Information by Exploring Domains of Knowledge: A Case Study of the Periodization of Philippine History and its Application to Information Studies,” Journal of Documentation v.71, no. 6 (2015): 1289-99.

 

MacKay, Camilla. "Classification of a Classical Studies Library in Greece and the Changing Nature of Classical Scholarship in the Twentieth Century," Cataloging & Classification Quarterly v. 36, no.2 (2003): 31-43.

 

Macrae, Duncan. Legible Religion: Books, Gods, and Rituals in Roman Culture (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016) 259 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-674-08871-9.

 

Majee, Arbinda. "Some Aspects of the Imperial Library of the Mughals during the Rule of Shah-Jahan (1628-1658 A.D.)" Herald of Library Science 42 (January/April 2003): 58-66.

 

Mansfield, P. "The Management of Libraries in Bal-larat between 1851-1900," Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services 14 (June 2001): 62-69.

 

Marcon, Federico. The Knowledge of Nature and the Nature of Knowledge in Early Modern Japan (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015) 415 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-226-25190-5.

 

Marshall, T. “The Choosing of a Proper Hobby: Sir William Crowther and His Library,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 405-417.

 

Martin, J. E. “The Parliamentary Library’s Contribution to the Development of Libraries in New Zealand,” IFLA Publications 51 (October 2008): 35-49.

 

McCallum, Ian. “We’re on at Mission. Libraries for the Nation. We Can Do This,” Australian Library Journal 65 (May 2016): 107-20.

 

McDowell, Kathleen. “Toward a History of Children as Readers, 1890-1930,” Book History 12 (2009): 240-65. [United States]

 

Mchombu, Kingo and Catherine Maggy Beukes-Amiss. “The Role of Libraries in Contemporary African Society,” Library Trends 64 (Summer 2015): 112-24.

 

McMullin, Brian J. Collections, characters and communities: the shaping of libraries in Australia and New Zealand (Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2010) 187 pp. ISBN 978-1-921509-61-2.

 

Midrarullah, Ikramul Haq. “Development of Health Sciences Libraries and Medical Librarianship in Pakistan,” Pakistan Library & Information Science Journal 45 (June 2014): 49-57.

 

Morrison, Ian. “A Most Valuable Acquisition: Melbourne University Library and the Bequest of George McArthur,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 265-81.

 

Murphy, Sharon. “Imperial Reading?: The East India Company’s Lending Libraries for Soldiers, c. 1819–1834,” Book History 12 (2009): 74-99.

Nichols, Matthew. “Libraries and Communication in the Ancient World,” in F. S. Naiden and Richard J. A. Talbert, eds. Mercury’s Wings: Exploring Modes of Communication in the Ancient World (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 23-44.

Nongbri, Brent. God’s Library: The Archaeology of the Earliest Christian Manuscripts (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2018) 403 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-300-215-41-0.

Northey, Glenda. "Colonial Helpmates: The Non-Fiction Collections in Auckland's Early Libraries," New Zealand Libraries 49 (September 2003): 314-19. [Bibliographic essay]

Nuwayri, Ahmad Ibn ‘Abd Al-Wahhab. Ultimate Ambition in the Arts of Erudition: A Compendium of Knowledge from the Classical Islamic World edited and translated by Elias Muhanna (New York: Penguin, 2016) 318 pp. $18.00 ISBN 978-0-143-107-48-4. [Abridged version of 14th century 33 volume set]

Nyamboga, Constantine M. and T.D. Kemparaju. "Information Technology in University Libraries in Karnataka," Information Development 18 (December 2002): 257-65.

 

Olden, Anthony. “For Poor Nations a Library Service is Vital: Establishing a National Public Library Service in Tanzania in the 1960s,” Library Quarterly 75 (October 2005): 421-45.

 

Ollson, Arthur. “Sixty Years of New Zealand Libraries: A Chronicle 1937 to 1997,” IFLA Publications 52 (October 2010): 6-19.

 

Patel, Jashu and Krishan Kumar. Libraries and Librarianship in India (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001) 270 pp. $75.00 ISBN 0-313-29423-2.

 

Platt, David Stuart. “A Cultural Studies Approach to Roman Public Libraries: Social Negotiation, Changing Spaces and Euergetism,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University), 2008. 340 pp.

 

Radford, N.A. “Arrogant Conceit and Impertinence: John Metcalf’s Secondment to the University of Sydney Library,” Australian Academic & Research Libraries 37 (December 2006): 273-81.

 

Raghavaiah, A. et al. "Centenary Celebration of Kumudavalli Library," Herald of Library Science 39 (July/October 2000): 231-35.

 

Ranasinghe, R. H. I. S. “How Buddhism Influenced the Origin and Development of Libraries in Sri Lanka (Ceylon): From the Third Century BC to the Fifth Century AD,” Library History 24 (December 2008): 307-12.

 

Reddy, R. Madhusudhan. “History and Development of the City Central Library, Hyderabad,” Herald of Library Science 43 (January/April 2004): 127-30.

 

Rees, Kylie. "The Library of the RAHS," Journal of the Royal Australian History Society v. 87, no. 1 (2001): 134-39.

 

Reif, Stefan C. "The Cairo Genizah: A Medieval Mediterranean Deposit and a Modern Cambridge Archive," Libraries & Culture 37 (Spring 2002): 123-31.

 

Reynolds, R. “The Library of the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria: Continuities … Discontinuities …, and … Original Contributions” in Brad Patterson and Kathryn Patterson, eds. Ireland and the Irish Antipodes: One World or Worlds Apart? Papers delivered at the 16th Australasian Irish Studies Conference, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 9-12 July 2009. (Spit Junction, N.S.W., Australia: Anchor Books Australia, 2010), pp.175-183.

 

Reynolds, Sue. “Libraries, Librarians and Librarianship in the Colony of Victoria,” Australian Academic & Research Libraries 40 (March 2009): 50-64.

 

Reynolds, Sue. “A Nineteenth Century Library and its Librarian: Factotum, Bookman or Professional?” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 282-301.

 

Reynolds, Sue. “Strictly Legal: How a Nineteenth Century Bookseller Influenced the Collection of a Supreme Court Library in Surprising Ways,” The International Journal of the Book vol. 10, no. 4 (2012): 65-75.

 

Roe, George. “Challenging the Control of Knowledge in Colonial India: Political Ideas in the Work of S. R. Ranganathan,” Library & Information History 26 (March 2010): 18-32.

 

Ronnie, M.A. "McEwan Days: The Early Life of Dunedin Public Library," New Zealand Libraries 49 (September 2001): 180-84.

 

Ronnie, Mary. “Dunedin Public Library and the Freedom to Read,” The IFLA Publications 51 (April 2009):121-32.

 

Ryan, Catherine. “LGBT People and the UK Cultural Sector: The Response of Libraries, Museums, Archives and Heritage since 1950,” Australian Academic & Research Libraries 46 (June 2015): 138-39.

 

Sarna, Nahum M. "Ancient Libraries and the Ordering of the Biblical Books," in Nahum M. Sarna, Studies in Biblical Interpretation (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 2000), pp. 53-66. [This is a reprinted 1989 lecture given at the Center for the Book]

 

Shu, Xu. “The Shen Bao Index: Its Academic Significance and Effect on the Development of Chinese Indexing,” Indexer 33 (December 2015): 126-30.

 

Sing, Neena. "Growth of LIS Periodicals in India (1920-2000)" Journal of Information Management 40 (March 2003): 51-67.

 

Singleton, Brent D. "African Bibliophiles: Books and Libraries in Medieval Timbuktu," Libraries & Culture 39 (Winter 2004): 1-12.

 

Situ, Ping. “The Tianyige Library: A Symbol of the Continuity of Chinese Culture,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 421-30.

 

Spennenmann, Dirk H. R. "Books and Libraries in German Micronesia, 1885-1914," Library History 20 (November 2004): 207-22.

 

Staikos, Konstantinos. Books and Ideas: The Library of Plato and the Academy New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2013) 273 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-1-58456-324-2.

 

Staikos, Konstantinos Sp. Greek Editions of Aldus Manutius and His Greek Collaborators (c. 1494-1515) trans. by Katerina Spathi (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2016) 293 pp. $65.00 ISBN 978-1-5845-634-26.

 

Staikos, Konstantinos Sp. Library of Aristotle: The Most Important Collection of Books Ever Formed trans. by Alexandra Doumas (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2016) 360 pp. $65.00 ISBN 978-1-5845-634-19.

 

Standrod, Garland L. "The Cultural Frontiers of Librarianship: A Case Study of Nepal," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Union Institute & University), 1976. 225 pp.

 

Stephens, Matthew. “A Scientific Library of Some Value: An Early History of the Australian Museum Library,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 302-311.

 

Sturges, Rodney Paul. "The Poverty of Librarianship: An Historical Critique of Public Llibrarianship in Anglophone Africa," Libri 51 (March 2001): 38-48.

 

Suttie, M.L. “The Formative Years of the University of South Africa Library, 1946 to 1976,” Mousaion v. 23, no. 1 (2005): 97-118.

 

Swanepoel, Adriaan. “A Technikon Library’s Struggle for Identity: A Historical Overview, 1979-2003,” Mousaion v. 24, no. 1 (2006): 1-22. [History of a South African technical library in Pretoria]

 

Tejasen, Chirabodee and Brendan Luyt. “The Hophrasamut Wachirayan: Library and Club of the Siamese Aristocracy, 1881–1905,” Information & Culture v. 49, no. 3 (2014): 386-400.

 

Thomas, Patricia. “The Habits and Institutions of Englishmen: Using the Pamphlet and Small Book Collections of Two New Zealand Research Libraries,” Library & Information History 26 (September 2010): 196-212.

 

Tiffen, Belinda. “Recording the Nation: Nationalism and the History of the National Library of Australia,” Australian Library Journal 56 (November 2007): 342-59.

 

Tise, Ellen R. and Reggie Raju. “African Librarianship: A Relic, a Fallacy, or an Imperative?” Library Trends 64 (Summer 2015): 3-18.

 

Titangos, Hui-Lan H. “Xujiahui Library: A Cultural Crossroads between East and West,” Chinese Librarianship Issue 41 (June 2016): 1-19.

 

Tocatlian, J. "Bibliotheca Alexandrina: From Dream to Reality," International Information & Library Review 35 (March 2003): 39-50.

 

Too, Yun Lee. The Idea of the Library in the Ancient World (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010) 250 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-0-19-957780-4.

 

Traue, J. E. “Public Libraries and Access to Reading Material in Early Colonial Nelson,” New Zealand Libraries 49 (January 2006): 465-73.

 

Traue, J. E. “The Public Library Explosion in Colonial New Zealand,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 42, no. 1 (2007): 151-64.

 

Traue, J. E. “Reading as a Necessity of Life on the Tuapeka Goldfields in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand,” Library History 23 (March 2007): 41-48.

 

Traue, J. E. "Sordid Duplicity or Cross-Cultural Mis-understanding?: The Fate of Andrew Carnegie's Gifts for Free Public Libraries in New Zealand," Library History 16 (May 2000): 13-34.

 

Verran, David. “New Zealand Mechanics’ Institutes and Their Effect on Public Library Development,” Australian Public Libraries and Information Services 18 (September 2005): 113-20.

 

Walravens, Hartmut. "The First Tibetan Serials," Serials Librarian v. 41, no. 2 (2001): 29-38.

 

Wan, W.Y.C. "Borrowed Place, Borrowed Time: A Study of the Development of the Public Library in Hong Kong, 1841-1997," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dis-sertation, Aberystwyth University, Wales), 2000.

 

Wang, Bing. "The Development of the Three Largest Chinese Libraries in the Twentieth Century," Library History 19 (March 2003): 13-22.

 

Wang, Chengzhi. “Badly Wanted, but Not for Reading: The Unending Odyssey of The Complete Library of Four Treasures of the Wensu Library,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 387-403.

 

Wang, Yage and Hou Hanqing. “Wan Guoding (1897-1963), Indexing Pioneer,” The Indexer 27 (September 2009): 102-6.

 

Weerdt, Hilde de. “The Discourse of Loss in Song Dynasty Private and Imperial Book Collecting,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 404-20.

 

Wilson, Concepcion S., et al. “Fifty Years of LIS Education in Australia: Academization of LIS Educators in Higher Education Institutions,” Library & Information Science Research 32 (October 2010): 246-57.

 

Wu, Jianzhong. "The Academic Library Development in China," Journal of Academic Librarianship 29 (July 2003): 249-53. [Overview of past 100 years of Chinese librarianship]

 

Yang, Jyh-Ming. “Lost in Transliteration: The Tolerance of Unintelligibility in Chinese Bibliographic Records in Western Libraries,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation), 2008. 335 pp. [historical treatment of how Chinese names are handled in library catalogs]

 

Yared, Mammo. “Haramaya University Library and Information Services: Looking Back to Look Forward,” International Information & Library Review 42 (March 2010): 14-26. [in Ethiopia]

 

Yatsuhashi, Akira V. “In the Bird Cage of the Muses: Archiving, Erudition, and Empire in Ptolemaic Egypt,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University), 2010. 211 pp. [Examines role of Mouseion-Library of Alexandria in the Egyptian intellectual community]

 

Yeoh, Joe. Books to Bytes: Journeying with the National Library (Singapore : National Library Board, 2000) 31 pp. ISBN 9-971887-52-5.

 

Yi, Zhixian and Kim M. Thompson. “A Case Study of Collaboration in the Building of China’s Library and Information Infrastructure,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 1 (2015): 51-69.

 

Yitai, Gong and G. E. Gorman. Libraries and Information Services in China (Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Scarecrow Press, 2000) 336 pp. $65.00 ISBN 0-8108-3782-X.

 

Yogeshwar, Ranganathan. S.R. Ranganathan: Pragmatic Philosopher of Information Science: A Personal Biography (Mumbai: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2001) 402 pp. ISBN 8-17276-202-X.

 

Yu, Priscilla C. “History of Modern Librarianship in East Asia,” Library History 24 (March 2008): 64-77.

 

Yu, Priscilla C. "Leaning to One Side: The Impact of the Cold War on Chinese Library Collections," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 253-66.

 

Yun, Qidong. “From Communization to Commercialization: A Brief History of China’s Publishing, 1949-1992,” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 45 (January 2014): 142-71.

 

Zhang, Wenxian. “The Yellow Register Archives of Imperial Ming China,” Libraries & the Cultural Record v. 43, no. 2 (2008): 148-75.

 

Zhang, Yao, ‘The Development of Library and Information Science in China (1840–2009)” IFLA Journal 40 (December 2014): 296–306.

 

Zheng, Jing., et al. “The Queen of the Modern Library Movement in China: Mary Elizabeth Wood,” Library Review 59 (2010): 341-49.

 

Zheng, Yunyan. “Library History: Seeking the Origin of the Chinese Library from Its Tradition,” Libri 64 (September 2014): 263-76.

 

Zhou Jian-Zhong. "The Evolution of Journals and Early Scholarly Publications from the Ancient China to the 21st century," Journal of Information, Communication and Library Science v. 7 no. 3 (Spring 2001): 1-11.

 

 

E. HISTORY OF BOOKS, READING, INFORMATION, AND BOOK CULTURE

Aaronson, Akiva. People of the Book: Five Hundred Years of the Hebrew Book from the Beginning of Printing until the Twentieth Century (Nanuet, NY: Feldheim Publishers, 2014) 231 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-11-59826-956-7.

 

Abrams, Nathan. Commentary Magazine, 1945-1959 (London: Valentine Mitchell, 2006) 201 pp. $75.00 ISBN 0- 853036-63-2.

Acree, Jill. “The Sorrows of Parson Weems: His Life and Legacy,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Claremont Graduate University), 2007. 271 pp. [Weems was an author, minister, and bookseller]

Adam, Christian. Lesen under Hitler: Autoren, Bestseller, Leser im Dritten Reich (Köln: Galiani Berlin, 2010) 383 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-3-86971-027-3.

Adshead, David. "A Noble Musaeum of Books: A View of the Interior of the Harleian Library at Wimpole Hall?" Library History 18 (November 2002): 191-206.

Adunka, Evelyn. Der Raub der Bücher: Plünderung in der NS-Zeit und Restitution nach 1945 (Wien: Czernin, 2002) 309 pp. ISBN 3-707601-38-2.

Agnew, Robin A.L. "Catalogue of the Library of Sir John Forbes (1787-1861) MD EDIN FRCP LOND FRS., Part 1: Some General Works," Journal of Medical Biography v. 9, no. 2 (2001): 104-108.

Agnew, Robin A.L. "Catalogue of the Library of Sir John Forbes (1787-1861) MD EDIN FRCP LOND FRS., Part 2: Works Referring to Sir John Forbes," Journal of Medical Biography v. 9, no. 3 (2001): 175-80.

Ahokas, Minna. “Bringing Light to Finland: The Clerical Estate and Enlightenment Literature in Eighteenth-Century Finland,” Library History 24 (December 2008): 273-83.

Alderson, Brian and Felix de Arez Oyens. Be Merry and Wise: Origins of Children’s Book Publishing in England, 1650-1850 (London: British Library, 2006) 318 pp. $115.00 ISBN 1-58456-180-7.

Alexandre, Jean-Louis et al. Bibliothèque Municipale de Vendôme (Turnhout: Brepols, 2000) ISBN 2-503-51014-0.

Allan, David. "Eighteenth-Century Private Subscription Libraries and Provincial Urban Culture: The Amicable Society of Lancaster, 1769-c. 1820," Library History 17 (March 2001): 57-76.

 

Allan, David. "Provincial Readers and Book Culture in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Perth Library, 1784-c. 1800," The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 7th ser. v. 3 (December 2002): 367-89.

Allen, James Sloan. Worldly Wisdom: Great Books and the Meanings of Life (Savannah, GA: Frederick C Beil, 2008) 554 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-929490-35-6.

Alsdurf, Phyllis Elaine. “Christianity Today Magazine and Late Twentieth-Century Evangelism,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Minnesota), 2004. 114 pp.

Amann, Elizabeth. “Domesticating Spain: 1898 and the Hispanic Society of America,” in Augst and Carpenter, eds. Institutions of Reading: The Social Life of Libraries in the United States (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007), pp. 184-202.

Andriesse, Cornelis D. Dutch Messengers: A History of Science Publishing, 1930-1980 (Leiden: Brill, 2008) 281 pp. $129.00 ISBN 978-90-04-17084-1 [Vol. 1 of The Industrial World which is also Vol. 7 of the Library of the Written Word]

Angeletti, Norberto and Alberto Oliva. Time: The Illustrated History of the World’s Most Influential Magazine (New York: Rizzoli, 2010) 431 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-0-8478-3358-0.

Anghelescu, Hermina G.B. "The National Library of the Republic of Moldova: Old Legacies and New Identities," Alexandria v. 16, no. 1 (2004): 3-16.

Anghelescu, Hermine G. B. "The National Library of Romania: From Central State Library of the People's Republic to National Library," Alexandria v. 14, no. 1 (2002): 25-40.

Anghelescu, Hermine G. B. "The National Library of Romania's Precursors: Early Beginnings through the Communist Period," Alexandria v. 13, no. 3 (2001): 165-76.

Anghelescu, Hermina G. B. "Public Libraries in Modern and Contemporary Romania: Legacy of French Patterns and Soviet Influences, 1830-1990," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin), 2000, 520 pp. [Advisor: Donald G. Davis, Jr.]

 

Anghelescu, Hermina G. B. "Romanian Libraries Recover after the Cold War: The Communist Legacy and the Road Ahead," Libraries & Culture 36 (Winter 2001): 233-52.

 

Apple, Rima D., Gregory J. Downey, and Stephen L. Vaughn., eds. Science in Print: Essays on the History of Science and the Culture of Print (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2012). 235 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-029928614-9. [Part of Print Culture History in Modern America series]

 

Armstrong, Gordon B. "Durban Public Library and Reading Rooms, 1900," Library History 17 (No-vember 2001): 213-22.

Armstrong, Gordon. "Libraries in Burnley, 1900, and the Absence of a Public Library," Library History 19 (November 2003): 211-25.

Armstrong, Robert D. “I Scornfully Rejected the Terms: Wyoming Territory’s Public Printing, 1870-74,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 101 (March 2007): 73-89.

Armstrong, Robert D. “Impenetrable Obscurity: The Comptroller, the Secretary, and Territorial Printing,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (September 2005): 411-25.

Armstrong, Robert D. “We Have Seen Many a Worse Job Done Further East,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 101 (June 2007): 149-65.

Aspray, William and Barbara M. Hayes, eds. Everyday Information: The Evolution of Information Seeking in America (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2011) 359 pp. $90.00 ISBN 978-0-262-29573-4.

Aylmer, Ursula. Most Noble Bodley: A Bodleian Library Anthology (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2002) 268 pp. $23.00 ISBN 1-85124-078-0.

Baggs, Chris. "Carnegie Offered Money and a Lot of South Wales Refused to Have It: It Was Blood Money: Bringing Public Libraries to the South Wales Valleys," Library History 17 (November 2001): 171-79.

Baggs, Chris. "Librarianship's a Fraud-That's Clear; For Africa I'll Volunteer: Public Libraries and the Boer War," Library History 18 (July 2002): 99-115.

Baggs, Chris. "The Whole Tragedy of Leisure in Penury: The South Wales Miners' Institute Libraries during the Great Depression," Libraries & Culture 39 (Spring 2004): 115-36.

Baker, Cathleen Ann. “The Press that Cotton Built: Printing in Mobile, Alabama, 1850-1865,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alabama), 2004. 588 pp.

 

Baldwin, Melinda. Making Nature: The History of a Scientific Journal (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2015) 309 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-226-26145-4.

 

Baldwin, Peter. The Copyright Wars: Three Centuries of Trans-Atlantic Battle (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014) 535 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-691-16182-2.

 

Balint, Benjamin. Running Commentary: The Contentious Magazine That Transformed the Jewish Left into the Neoconservative Right (New York: Public Affairs, 2010) 304 pp. $27.00 ISBN 978-1-58648-749-2.

Barker-Benfield, B. C. St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury (London: British Library in Association with the British Academy, 2008) 3 vols. $225.00 ISBN 978-0-712349-87-1.

Barker-Benfield, B. C., ed. St. Augustine’s Library, Canterbury 3 vols. (London: British Library, 2010) $250.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-4987-1.

Barnard, John. "Politics, Profits and Idealism: John Norton, the Stationers' Company and Sir Thomas Bodley," Bodleian Library Record 17 (October 2002): 385-408.

Barnhisel, Greg. “Cold Warriors of the Book: American Book Programs in the 1950s,” Book History 13 (2010): 185-217.

 

Barnhisel, Greg and Catherine Turner, eds. Pressing the Fight: Print, Propaganda, and the Cold War (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2010) 285 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-1-55849-736-8. [part of Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book series]

Baron, Robert C. and Conrad Edick Wright, eds. The Libraries, Leadership & Legacy of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson (Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing and the Massachusetts Historical Society, 2010) 294 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-936218-08-0.

Baron, Sabrina Alcorn, et al., eds. Agent of Change: Print Culture Studies after Elizabeth L. Eisenstein (Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book) (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007) 442 pp. $29.95 ISBN 978-1-55849-593-7.

Basbanes, Nicholas. World of Letters: Yale University Press, 1908-2008 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008) 240 pp. $26.00 ISBN 978-0-300-115-98-7.

Battles, Matthew. "Knowledge on Fire," American Scholar 72 (Summer 2003): 35-51. [Study of book burning in twentieth century]

 

Battles, Matthew. Palimpsest: A History of the Written Word (New York: W. W. Norton, 2015) 256 pp. $27.00 ISBN 978-0-393-0588-57.

 

Beale, Nigel. “Publishers' Biographies and Publishing Histories,” Logos 22 (July 2011): 45-50.

Beam, Alex. A Great Idea at the Time: The Rise, Fall, and Curious Afterlife of the Great Books (New York: Public Affairs, 2008) 245 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-1-5864-84-87.

 

Beaton, Brian. “How to Respond to Data Science: Early Data Criticism by Lionel Trilling,” Information & Culture v. 51, no. 3 (2016): 351-72.


Beattie, Heather. “Where Narratives Meet: Archival Description, Provenance, and Women’s Diaries,” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44, no. 1 (2009): 82-100.

Becnel, Kim E. “Strange Bedfellows: How the Confluence of Art and Big Business in the 1930s and 1940s Created New Opportunities for Authors,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of South Carolina), 2005. 205 pp.

Beddard, R.A. "The Official Inauguration of the Bodleian Library on 8 November 1602," The Library: Transactions of the Bibliographical Society Seventh Series, vol. 3 (September 2002): 255-83.

Beha, Christopher R. The Whole Five Feet: What the Great Books Taught Me about Life, Death, and Pretty Much Everything Else (New York: Grove Press, 2009) 258 pp. $24.00 ISBN 978-0-8021-1884-4.

Beland, Matthew R. “Anatomy of a Classic: Crane Brinton’s The Anatomy of Revolution,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Drew University), 2008. 223 pp. [uses book history methodologies to analyze Brinton’s work]

Belanger, Terry. “A View from the Bridge: Further Meditations by the Captain of the Iceberg,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 103 (December 2009): 421-33.

Bell, Hazel K. From Flock Beds to Professionalism: A History of Index-Makers (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2009) 348 pp. $95.00 ISBN 978-09-55250-34-7.

Bell, Richard. “Weeping for Werther: Suicide, Sympathy and the Reading Revolution in Early America,” in Shafquat Towheed and W. R. Owens, eds., The History of Reading, Volume 1: International Perspectives (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 49-63.

Bernardini, Mauro. Medicea Volumina: Legature e Libri dei Medici nella Biblioteca Universitaria de Pisa (Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2001) 254 pp. $50.00 ISBN 88-4471-0451-7.


Bernier, G. "Les Bibliothèques Parlementaires du XVIIIe Siècle à nos Jours," Bulletin des Bibliothèques de Francev v. 48, no. 1 (2003): 111-12.

Besomi, Daniele. "Roy Harrod and the Committee of Enquiry into the Bodleian Question," The Bodleian Library Record 17 (April 2000): 36-44.

Bieri, Susanne. Building for Books: Traditions and Visions=Bibliotheken Bauen: Tradition und Vision (Basel: Birkhauser VA, 2001) 527 pp. $65.00 ISBN 3-76436-429-7.

Birn, Raymond. Royal Censorship of Books in Eighteenth-Century France (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2012) 195 pp. $60.00 ISBN 978-0-8047-6359-2.

Bishop, Ted. The Social Life of Ink: Culture, Wonder, and Our Relationship with the Written Word (New York: Viking, 2014) 377 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-670-06861-6.

 

Bjorner, Susanne, and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories," Searcher 11 (June 2003): 36-46.

Bjorner, Susanne, and Stephanie C. Ardito. "Online Before the Internet: Early Pioneers Tell Their Stories: part 2: Growth of the Online Industry," Searcher 11 (July/August 2003): 52-61.

Black, Alistair. "False Optimism: Modernity, Class, and the Public Library in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s," Libraries & Culture 38 (Summer 2003): 201-13.

Black, Alistair. The Public Library in Britain, 1914-2000 (London: British Library, 2000) 180 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-712346-85-6.

 

Black, Alistair. "Skeleton in the Cupboard: Social Class and the Public Library in Britain through 150 Years," Library History 16 (May 2000): 3-12.

Black, Alistair. "The Victorian Information Society: Surveillance, Bureaucracy, and Public Librarianship in 19th Century Britain," Information Society 17 (January-March 2001): 63-80.


Black, Alistair and John Crawford. "The Identity of Library and Information History: An Audit of Library and Information History Teaching and Research in Departments and Schools of Library and Information Studies in Britain and Ireland," Library History 17 (July 2001): 127-31.
 

Black, Jeremy. The Power of Knowledge: How Information and Technology Made the Modern World (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2014) 492 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-0-300-16795-5.

 

Blackburn, Robert H. "The Ancient Alexandrian Library: Part of It May Survive!" Library History 19 (March 2003): 23-34.

Blair, Ann M. Too Much to Know: Managing Scholarly Information before the Modern Age (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2010) 397 pp. $45.00 ISBN 978-0-300-11251-1.

Bland, Mark. A Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010) 236 pp. $100.00 ISBN 978-1-4051-2412-6.

 

Bland, Mark B. “John Windet and the Transformation of the Book Trade, 1584-1610,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 107 (June 2013): 151-92.

 

Blayney, Peter W. M. The Stationers’ Company and the Printers of London 1501–1557 2 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) $275.00 ISBN 978-1-107-03501-02.


Blom, Philipp. Encyclopedie: The Triumph of Reason in an Unreasonable Age (London: Fourth Estate, 2004) 373 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-00-714946-8.

Blom, Philipp. Enlightening the World: Encyclopedie, the Book That Changed the Course of History (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005) 372 pp. $30.00 ISBN 1-4039-6895-0.

Blythe, Tilly, ed. Information Age: Six Networks that Changed Our World (London: Scala Arts & Heritage, 2014) 224 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-1-85759-901-5.

 

Boudreau, Joan. “Publishing the U.S. Exploring Expedition: The Fruits of the Glorious Enterprise,” Printing History new series no. 3 (January 2008): 25-40.

Boureau, Alain. L’Empire du Livre: Pour une Histoire du Savior Scolastique, 1200-1380 (Paris: Belles Lettres, 2007) €33.00 ISBN 978-2-2513-8085-8.

Bowler, Catherine and Peter Brimblecombe. "Environmental Pressures on Building Design and Manchester's John Rylands Library," Journal of Design History [Great Britain] v. 13, no. 3 (2000): 175-191.

Braddock, Kimberley. “The Medical Case Study as a Rhetorical Form for Nineteenth-Century Literature and Art [and] The Intimate Circle, Popular Words, and Collectible Books of A. Edward Newton, Early Twentieth-Century American Rare Bookcollector,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Idaho State University), 2005. 159 pp.


Breay, Claire and Bernard Meehan, eds. The St. Cuthbert Gospel: Studies on the Insular Manuscript of the Gospel of John (BL, Additional MS 89000) (London: The British Library, 2015) 207 pp. $75.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5765-4.

 

Breyer, John Stewart. “No Way In: The Public Domain, Personal Interest and the Evolution of Copyright,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern Mississippi), 2004. 220 pp.

Briggs, Asa. A History of Longmans and Their Books, 1724-1990: Longevity in Publishing (London: The British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2008) 587 pp. $110.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-4873-7.

Brindley, Lynne. "The Future of Libraries and Humanities Research: New Strategic Directions for the British Library," Libraries & Culture 37 (Winter 2002): 26-36.

Brinkley, Alan. The Publisher: Henry Luce and His American Century (New York: Knopf, 2010) 560 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-0-679-41444-5.

Brinkman, Bart. “By the Book: Book Collecting, Scrapbooking, and the Making of Modernism, 1880-1950,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2010. 327 pp.

Brokaw, Cynthia J. and Kai-Wing Chow, eds. Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006) 539 pp. $75.00 ISBN 0-520-23126-0.

Brophy, Peter. The Academic Library (London: Library Association Publishing, 2000) 214 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1-85604-374-6. [Contains historical material on development of British academic libraries]

Brown, Ainsley Robyn. “In Praise of the Book: Literary Expressions of Bibliophily,” (Unpublished Ph.D Dissertation, Princeton University), 2011, 193 pp. [focuses on France, 1830-1940]

Brown, Andrew. A Brief History of Encyclopaedias: From Pliny to Wikipedia (London: Hesperus Press Ltd, 2011) 119 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-84391-973-5.

 

Brown, Jane and Gregory Jones. “The English Struwwelpeter and the Birth of International Copyright,” The Library 14 (December 2014): 383-427.


Brown, Matthew P. The Pilgrim and the Bee: Reading Rituals and Book Culture in Early New England (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007) 265 pp. $65.00 ISBN 978-0-8122-4015-3.

Brown, Michelle P. The Book and the Transformation of Britain, c.550-1050: A Study in Written and Visual Literacy and Orality (London: The British Library, 2011) 184 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-0-7123-5828-6.

Brown, Michelle, ed. In the Beginning: Bibles before the Year 1000 (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books, 2006) 360 pp. $45.00 ISBN 1-5883-424-09.

Bunzel, Jürgen and Roswitha Poll. "German Academic Libraries: Tradition and Change," The Journal of Academic Librarianship 28 (November 2002): 418-25.

Burkart, Lucas. ""Die Traumereien einiger Kunstliebender Klossterbruder: Zur Situation der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Bibliothek Warburg zwischen 1929 und 1933," Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte v. 63, no. 1 (2000): 89-119.

 

Burke, Peter. What is the History of Knowledge? (Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2016) 156 pp. $20.00 ISBN 978-0-7456-6984-7.

Burlingame, Roger. “How McGraw and Hill Were Brought Together,” Logos 19, no. 2 (2008): 98-102.

Butler, Betsy. “There Ain't Anything in This World That Sells a Book Like a Pretty Cover”: Nineteenth-Century Publishers' Bookbindings in Library Collections,” Art Documentation 29 (Spring 2010): 23-30.

 

Buxton, William J., Michael R. Cheney, and Paul Heyer, eds. Harold Innis’s History of Communications: Paper and Printing—Antiquity to Early Modernity (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015) 185 pp. $70.00 ISBN 978-1-4422-4338-5.


Byford, John. "Publishers and Legal Deposit Libraries Cooperation in the United Kingdom since 1610: Effective or Not?" IFLA Journal v. 28, nos. 5/6 (2002): 292-97.

 

Calasso, Roberto. The Art of the Publisher (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015) 148 pp. $23.00 ISBN 978-0-374-18823-8.

Callard, Caroline. "Diogene au Service des Princes: Antonion Magliabechi a la Cour de Toscane (1633-1714)" Histoire, Economie et Société v. 19, no. 1 (2000): 85-103.

Cameron, Ewen A. "The Library of Charles Fraser Mackintosh, MP, 1828-1901," Library History 16 (November 2000): 133-42.

Campbell, Harry. "IFLA: Library Universality in a Divided World," IFLA Journal v. 28, no. 3 (2002): 118-35.

Campioni, Giuliano, ed. Nietzsches Personliche Biblio-thek (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2003) 736 pp. $192.00 ISBN 3 1101 5858 2.

Carbonell, John. The Early Printings of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and What They Reveal about His Spoken Words (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2008) 51 pp. $20.00 ISBN 978-1-58456-256-6.

Carley, James P. The Books of King Henry VIII and His Wives (London: British Library Marketing Pub., 2004) 161 pp. $35.00 ISBN 0-7123-4791-7.

Carley, James P., ed. The Libraries of Henry VIII (London: British Library, 2000) 407 pp. $100.00 ISBN 0-7123-4630-9.

Carrière, Jean-Claude and Umberto Eco. This is the Not the End of the Book (London: Harvill Secker, 2011) 336 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-84655-451-3.

Carriker, Andrew. Library of Eusebius of Caesarea (Leiden: Brill, 2003) 358 pp. $121.00 ISBN 9-0041-3132-9.

Carter, Nona L. “A Study of Japanese Children’s Magazines, 1888-1949,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania), 2009. 310 pp.

 

Cassedy, Tim. “A Dictionary which We Do Not Want: Defining America Against Noah Webster, 1783-1810,” William and Mary Quarterly 3rd ser. v. 71 (April 2014): 229-54.


Casson, Lionel. Libraries in the Ancient World (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001) 192 pp. $23.00 ISBN 0-300-0880-94.

 

Cave, Roderick and Sara Ayad. The History of the Book in 100 Books: The Complete Story, from Egypt to e-Book (Buffalo, NY: Firefly Books, Inc., 2014) 288 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-77085-406-2.


Chartier, Roger. Inscrire et Effacer: Culture Écrite et Littérature (Xie-CVIIIe Siécle) (Paris : Gallimard, 2005) €22 ISBN 2-0208-1580-X.

 

Cheek, Richard. Selling the Dwelling: The Books that Built America’s Houses, 1775-2000 (New York: The Grolier Club, 2013) 286 pp. $50.00 ISBN 978-1-60583-050-6.


Chen, Minjie. “Friends and Foes on the Battlefield: A Study of Chinese and U.S. Youth Literature about the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945)” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), 2011, 322 pp.

Choldin, Marianna T. Walls and Windows, Islands and Bridges: Libraries Along the Road to Civil Society (Urbana, IL: Produced by University of Illinois Office of Publications and Marketing for the Mortenson Center for International Library Programs, 2003) 20 pp.

Chopra, Ruma. “Printer Hugh Gaine Crosses and Re-Crosses the Hudson,” New York History 90 (Fall 2009): 271- 85.

Cirbee, Carol Ann. "Reading Between the Lines: What America Learned from its Basal Readers, 1850-2000," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Capella University), 2004. 352 pp.

Ciro, Jennifer. "Country House Libraries in the Nineteenth Century," Library History 18 (July 2002): 89-98.

Claes, Jane H. “May Massee: Pioneer in Children’s Publishing,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Woman’s University), 2007. 173 pp.

Clausen, Helge. "Miss d'Auchamp, The Catholic Library Association and Niels Steensen' s Library in Copenhagen," Catholic Library World 74 (December 2003): 102-08.

 

Clausen, Helge. "Two Catholic Libraries in Copenhagen, 1648-1962: St. Andrew's Library and Niels Steensen's Library," Library History 20 (March 2004): 19-32.

 

Clayton, Ruth. "Masses or Classes?: The Question of Community in the Foundation of Gladstone's Library," Library History 19 (November 2003): 163-72.

Clennell, W. H. "Bodley before the Bodleian," Bodleian Library Record 17 (October 2002): 371-84.

Cloonan, Michèle V. “The Moral Imperative to Preserve,” Library Trends 55 (Winter 2007): 746-55.

 

Cloonan, Michèle Valerie. Preserving Our Heritage: Perspectives from Antiquity to the Digital Age (Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2015) 693 pp. $95.00 ISBN 978-1-55570-937-2.


Cody-Fuller, Carolyn. “Historical Case Study of Women Editors: Leadership in Children’s Book Publishing in America, 1900-1950,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Phoenix), 2007. 116 pp.

Cohen, Lara Langer and Jordan Alexander Stein, eds. Early African American Print Culture (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012) 422 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-0-8122-4425-0.

Cohen, Matt. “The History of the Book in New England: The State of the Discipline,” Book History 11 (2008): 301- 23.

 

Cohen, Morris L. “From My Commonplace Book,” Unbound 3 (2010): 4-13.


Cohoon, Lorinda B. Serialized Citizenships: Periodicals, Books, and American Boys, 1840-1911 (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2006) 191 pp. $45.00 ISBN 0-8108-542-52.

Colatrella, Carol. “Information in the Novel and the Novel as Information System: Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit and Margaret Drabble’s Radiant Way Trilogy,” Information & Culture v. 50, no. 3 (2015): 339-71.

 

Colclough, Stephen. "A Catalogue of My Books: The Library of John Dawson (1692-1765), Ex-ciseman and Staymaker," Publishing History v. 47 (2000): 45-66.

Collins, Keith S. The Christian Science Monitor: Its History, Mission, and People (Nebbadoon Press, 2012) 385 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-1-891331-26-8.

Collins, Paul. The Book of William: How Shakespeare’s First Folio Conquered the World (New York: Bloomsbury, 2009) 256 pp. $25.00 ISBN 978-1-5969-119-56.

Colomer, Teresa. “The Evolution of Children's and Young Adults Literature in Spain,” Bookbird 48 (July 2010): 1- 8.


Comerre, Marie-Cecile. "From the Glue-Pot to the Internet," Art Libraries Journal v. 29, no. 2 (2004): 23-27. [History of Drouot-Documentation art library in Paris]

Considine, John. Dictionaries in Early Modern Europe: Lexicography and the Making of Heritage (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008) 393 pp. $99.00 ISBN 978-0-521-88674-1.

Cornish, Graham P. "Many Titles, One Editor: A History of Interlending & Document Supply," Interlending & Document Supply v. 29, no. 2 (2001): 86-91.

 

Cortada, James W. “New Approaches to the History of Information: Ecosystems, Infrastructures, and Graphical Representations of Information,” Library & Information History 32 (August 2016): 179-202.

 

Cox, Richard J. “Lester J. Cappon and the Publishing of Modern Documentary Editions,” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 46 (April 2015): 224-50.


Cox, Richard J. “Lester J. Cappon, Scholarly Publishing, and the Atlas of Early American History, 1957-1976,” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 43 (April 2012): 294-321.

Crawford, J. "The Community Library in Scottish History," IFLA Journal v. 28, nos. 5/6 (2002): 245-55.

Cruz, Laura. The Paradox of Prosperity: The Leiden Booksellers’ Guild and the Distribution of Books in Early Modern Europe (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2009) 275 pp. $55.00 ISBN 978-1-5845-6235-1.

Csiszar, Alex Attila. “Broken Pieces of Fact: The Scientific Periodical and the Politics of Search in Nineteenth- Century France and Britain,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University), 2010, 486 pp.

Currier, James David. “Greedy for Facts: Charles Darwin’s Information Needs and Behaviors,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh), 2007. 318 pp.

Dainard, J. "From Agamemnon to Alexandria: The Libraries of Classical Antiquity," PNLA Quarterly 65 (Summer 2001): 28-32.

Dale, S.M. "Adult Learners, Educational Change and Public Libraries in the Netherlands, 1969-1991," (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Open University, United Kingdom), 2003.

Damien, Robert. La Grace de l'Auteur: Essai sur la Representation d'une Institution Politique, l'Exem-ple de la Bibliothèque Publique (Fougrès : Encre marine, 2001) 235 pp. ISBN 2-90942-254-2.

Dane, Joseph A. What is a Book?: The Study of Early Printed Books (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2012) 276 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-268-02609-7.

 

Darnton, Robert. The Case for Books: Past, Present, and Future (New York: Public Affairs, 2009) 218 pp. $24.00 ISBN 978-1-58648-826-0.

 

Darnton, Robert. Censors at Work: How States Shaped Literature (New York: W.W Norton & Company, 2014) 316 pp. $28.00 ISBN 978-0-393-24229-4.


Darnton, Robert. “Google & the Future,” New York Review of Books 56 (February 12, 2009): 9-11.

Davies, J. Keith and Gerhard Fichtner, eds. Freud’s Library: A Comprehensive Catalogue (London: Freud Museum, 2007) 144 pp. (plus CD), $50.00 ISBN 978-3-89295-752-2.

Davis, Erin K. “Printing at the Fair: The Printing Exhibits at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase International Exposition,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (September 2005): 427-43.

Dawson, Robert L. "The National Library of France: A Patron Reflects," Libraries & Culture 39 (Winter 2004): 76-91. [Review essay]

 

De Hamel, Christopher. Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts (London: Allen Lane, 2016) 632 pp. $30.00 ISBN 978-0-241-003-0-46.


de la Mare, A. C. and Laura Nuvoloni. Bartolomeo Sanvito: The Life and Work of a Renaissance Scribe edited by Anthony R.A. Hobson and Christopher de Hamel (Paris: Association Internationale de Bibliophilie, 2010) 464 pp. $260 ISBN 978-0-9563-7020-4.

Deazley, Ronan, Kartin Kretschmer, and Lionel Bentley, eds. Privilege and Property: Essays on the History of Copyright (Cambridge: OpenBook, 2010) 438 pp. $35.00 ISBN 978-1-906924-19-5.

Deazley, Ronan. On the Origin of the Right to Copy: Charting the Movement of Copyright Law in Eighteenth- Century Britain (1695-1775) (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2005) 261 pp. $65.00 ISBN 1-84113-375-2.

Deazley, Ronan. Rethinking Copyright: History, Theory, Language 201 pp. $95.00 ISBN 978-11845422-82-0.

Decker, Christopher. "The Poet as Reader: Thomas Gray's Borrowings from Cambridge College Libraries," The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society 7th ser., v. 3 (June 2002): 163-93. [Gray was a 17th century English poet]

Desmarais, Robert J. Randolph Caldecott: His Books and Illustrations for Young Readers (Edmonton, Canada: University of Alberta Press, 2006) 118 pp. $40.00 ISBN 1-55195-209-2.

 

DeSpain, Jessica. Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Reprinting and the Disembodied Book (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014) 209 pp. $40.00 ISBN 978-1-4094-320-05.


DeSpain, Jessica Rae. “Steaming Across the Pond: Travel, Literary Culture, and the Nineteenth Century Book,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Iowa), 2008. 294 pp.

Dickens, M. Elizabeth. “Bringing Books to the Public: British Intellectual Weekly Periodicals, 1918-1939,” (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Toronto, Canada), 2010, 252 pp.

Dickinson, Donald C. John Carter: The Taste & Technique of a Bookman (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2004) 416 pp. $50.00 ISBN 1-58456-137-8.

Dijkgraaf, Hendrik. The Library of a Jesuit community at Holbeck, Nottinghamshire (1679) (Cambridge: LP Publications, 2003) 370 pp. ISBN: 0 9518811 7 5.

Dilevko, Juris and Keren Dali. “Book History and Ideological Hierarchies,” Intercultural Education 17 (May 2006): 221-33.

Dodd, Robin. From Gutenberg to Opentype: An Illustrated History of Type from the Earliest Letterforms to the Latest Digital Fonts (Vancouver: Hartley & Marks, 2006) 192 pp. $30.00 ISBN 0-88179-210-1.

Dodge, Chris. “Collecting the Wretched Refuse: Lifting a Lamp to Zines, Military Newspapers, and Wisconsinalia,” Library Trends 56 (Winter 2008): 667-77.

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