Donald Davis Papers, 1891, 1912, 1927, 1966-04 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 97/1/53
Acquired: 07/18/2005. 10/31/2008
Volume: 14.0 Cubic Feet
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Description: Personal papers (1966-2002) of Donald G. Davis, Jr., University of Texas at Austin: Professor Emeritus of Library History, recipient of a Lifetime Editorial Achievement Award from the ALA History Round Table, contains correspondence, citations, photos, notes, seminar planning materials, memoranda, and the administrative and editorial files for American Library History (ALH, 1989-90), American Reference Books Annual (ARBA, 1971-84), Chronology of Texas Library History (CTLH, 1983-2002), Dictionary of American Library Biography (DALB, 1977-2001), Encyclopedia of Library History (ELH, 1989-2004, 1990-93), includes administrative files for the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA, 1993-2002), the Library History Seminar VI, VII, VIII, and IX and biographical notes, citations, and references to W.F. Poole, and correspondence with Edward Holley, Michael Harris, Wayne A. Wiegand, and Mark Tucker, and correspondence (1973-2004), "A Manifesto to the People of America" by the Chinese Students Alliance (1927), and correspondence with Diana Dial (1996-97).