Beverly P. Lynch Papers, 1973-2011 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 2/1/43
Acquired: 04/17/2006. 8/15/11; 9/8/14
Volume: 5.3 Cubic Feet
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Description: Papers of Beverly P. Lynch (ALA President 1985-86), including articles, correspondence, meeting minutes, interviews, reports, and speeches concerning administrative duties, annual and midwinter conferences, campaign and inaugural activities, congressional testimony, international relations, and the de-funding of "Playboy" in Braille. Series also includes materials from her work on the Special Committee on Freedom and Equality of Access to Information (Lacy Commission) from 1985-86; her work as chair of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Accreditation Project under the auspices of ACRL (1986-94); and her work as chair of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Ethical Standards Committee (1984-94) and Taskforce on Core Competency (2005-2007); ALA/AAM/SAA Committee on Libraries, Museums, and Archives (CALM) (1979-2007); International Relations Round Table (1994-1996); International Relations Committee (1994-1999, 2008-2011), including the Traditional Cultural Expressions Task Force (2010).