Academic libraries -- Departmental libraries
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: RU 470
Overview: The records consist of accession books, acquisition books, account books, and inventories documenting the operations of the Yale Art & Architecture Library.
Call Number: RU 1086
Call Number: RU 1072
Call Number: RU 785
Overview: The records consist of reports, budgets, lists, and correspondence documenting the activities and operations of the Engineering and Applied Science Library at Yale University.
Dates: circa 1950-1969
Call Number: RU 116
Overview: The records contain correspondence and printed material exchanged between Ferenc Gyorgyey, librarian for the Historical Medical Library, Yale University, and Jozsef Antall, Hungarian scholar, librarian, and political figure.
Call Number: RU 1008
Overview: The records consist of annual reports and general administrative records of the Social Science Data Archive (administered by the Yale Social Science Library) and acquisition records of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.
Call Number: RU 1025
Overview: The records consist annual reports and statistics of the Social Science Library from 1969-1997 as well as correspondence, memoranda, reports, proposals, and committee files of Sandra K. Peterson, Director of the Social Science Libraries and Information Services. The records document the various libraries and collections of the Social Science Libraries and Information Services, including the Social Science Library, Seeley G. Mudd Library, Statistics Library, Government Documents and Information...
Call Number: RU 94
Overview: The records consist of annual reports, minutes, accreditation records, budgets, and correspondence, including files of Frederick G. Kilgour and Stanley D. Truelson as directors of the Yale Medical Library. A significant number of records relate to Kilgour's involvement with early library automation efforts. Other records pertain to Kilgour's published writings on library automation, the history of science and technology, and library administrative concerns.