Nancy Kranich Papers, 1975-2003 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 2/1/35
Acquired: 12/31/2002; 1/10/2004; 6/14/2021
Volume: 5.3 Cubic Feet
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Description: Personal papers (1975-2003) of Nancy Kranich, ALA President, 2000-2001; New York University: Associate Dean of Libraries, 1992-2001, including reports, memoranda, minutes, correspondence, articles, manuscripts, speeches, presentations, photographs, video recordings, audio recordings, and memorabilia sent to or received from library officials, university trustees, deans, administrators, faculty, government officials, public officials, and private individuals concerning ALA and other conferences, ALA presidential campaign, democracy forum committees, emerging democracies in other countries, government information, first amendment rights, the internet and the "digital divide", advocacy, @ Your Library campaign, "Libraries: The Cornerstone of Democracy" presidential initiative, censorship, senate testimonies, the FBI's "Library Awareness Program", several overseas trips, freedom of information, right to know forums, ALA/APA (Allied Professional Association) Transition Team files, and a CD-ROM of personal documents.