Judith Krug Papers, 1965-2009 | The American Library Association Archives
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Papers of Judith Krug (1940-2009), Director of the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom (1967-2009), include correspondence (1987-2003); personnel files regarding Krug's work at ALA (1965-1983); news clippings regarding intellectual freedom and censorship (1971-2003); materials relating to professional committees, boards and associations (1968-2004), including the Freedom to Read Foundation (FtRF), the Committee on Professional Ethics (COPES), the Intellectual Freedom Round Table, and the Staff Committee on Mediation, Arbitration, and Inquiry (SCMAI); conference files for the American Library Association Annual and Midwinter Meetings (1965-2009); case files (1979-81); research files for speeches and articles (1971-78); and reference books and articles (1966-2003).
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Documents and Files:
Judith Krug Papers (Born Digital Records), 1996-2008