Subject File - Library Services, 1947-2017 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 35/3/1
Acquired: 9/82; 8/83; 7/81; 7/79; 8/80; 10/78; 8/74; 11/77; 10/84; 1/87; 7/00, 4/04, 9/12, 8/20
Volume: 48.7 cubic feet
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Description: Subject File of Associate Directors for Public Service Departments including Arthur M. McAnally (1949-52), Leslie W. Dunlap (1952-58), Lucien W. White (1958-71), and William Garton (1971-76), Mary Frances Collins (1979-83), Barton W. Clark (1983- ), Associate University Librarians for Collection Karen Schmidt and Tom Teper, and Extra Help Administrator Kaci Dunham containing correspondence, memoranda, circular letters, minutes, program statements, architectural plans, financial documents and newspaper clippings concerning accessibility, acquisitions, Interlibrary Loan Committee of the ALA, administrative staff conferences, American Association of University Professors, American Library Association, annual reports, Association of College and Reference Librarians, automation, budgets, buildings, cataloging, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Champaign Public Library, Chicago Division Libraries, circulation regulations and systems, Classical & European Culture Museum, committees, conferences, council on Library Resources, departmental libraries, Robert B. Downs, equipment, evaluation of Library and personnel, exhibits, faculty needs, Graduate Assistants, Graduate College, Graduate School of Science courses, honorary societies, human resources, Illinois Library Association and Illinois Libraries, interlibrary loans, public service regulations and schedules, operations, and lending regulations, patron relations, promotion and tenure, Publications Board, publicity, safety and security, serials, space needs, technical services, Undergraduate handbook, library building additions, University Senate and user permits and surveys. The file includes correspondence and clippings concerning the acquisition of the Lincoln (1953-63) and Sandburg (1955-60) Collections. Two library security badges (gold Supervisor and a silver Officer) are included in the Artifacts Collection (see #679).