librarians" conference of 1853

a chapter in American library history
  • 189 Pages
  • 2.27 MB
  • English
American Library Association , Chicago
Library science -- Congre
Statementedited by Gilbert H. Doane.
ContributionsLibrarians" Convention (1853 : New York)
LC ClassificationsZ673.A49 U7
The Physical Object
Pagination189 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6093706M
LC Control Number51011154

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The first national meeting of America's librarians took place in New York City in A librarians conference of 1853 book player in putting this meeting together was Charles B. Norton, a bookman, bookstore proprietor, agent for libraries, and publisher of Norton's Literary used the Gazette to promote an association of librarians and to issue a call to a Convention of Librarians to take place in.

Proceedings of the Librarians' Convention held in New York City, Septem 16, and [Cedar Rapids, Ia.] Reprinted for W.H. Murray [at the Torch Press] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: First convention of librarians, The first conference with the intent to form a permanent library organization was held in New York City in Unfortunately the follow-up conference, scheduled for the following year, was never held The first conference with the intent to form a permanent library organization was held in New York City in Unfortunately the follow-up conference, scheduled for the following year.

The first part of the book describes Jewett's life and library leadership: his production of a catalog and other activities at Brown University, his struggle to create a national library at the Smithsonian, his promotion of the idea of a national union catalog, his role in the librarians' conference ofand his final years as.

that the Library Conference, at which Mr. Poole had an important part, would be the first of a series of annual occurrences. But, because of a series of mishaps, the next meeting did not come until the conference.

Poole had I William Frederick Poole the distinction of. Also prized is a scrapbook of correspondence and materials from the librarians’ conference in New York City, the precursor to ALA’s annual conference. The scrapbook is the oldest item in the collection.

(Pictured here is the scrapbook of correspondence from the first ALA conference, in Philadelphia in ). Preliminary Beginnings In Septembera convention was held in New York City with librarians conference of 1853 book intent of forming a permanent organization. The conference was attended by 80 men.

Charles C. Jewett (Smithsonian Institution) was elected president. Seth Hastings Grant (New York Mercantile Library) was elected secretary. A committee of five members was appointed to organize a. Between and a series of major peace congresses was held—in Brussels (), Paris (), Frankfurt (), London (), Manchester (), and Edinburgh ().

This midcentury period was one of great confidence and optimism in the likely success of the by: The first national meeting of America's librarians took place in New York City in Although plans were made at the meeting to create a permanent association, those plans did not come to fruition and it was another 23 years before librarians came together for another national meeting.

in the historic Librarians' Conference of and nine years with the Yale College Library (). His commitment to books, libraries, and librarians spanned six decades, from the s to the twentieth century.

It is the story of one man and many roles, all of which impinged upon. over, such a conference promised much by way of mending his shattered ego. There was also the possibility that the conference might add public support to the national.

library idea. The Conference of Librarians was held in New York City on Septem 16, 1 ewett was one of eighty-two men who.

Librarians' Convention in New York, taking away from it the idea of the card catalogue and using it at the Library Company. Even now he was considering Mr. Dewey's new Decimal Classification, introduced at the second conference in But while Mr.

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Durham, NC, and London: Duke University Press, Pp. $ - Volume 45 Issue 1 - Deborah BruntonAuthor: Deborah Brunton. Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. E-ISSN Volume Issue, pp. The events surrounding the organization of the Librarians’ Conference ofhowever, offer the evidence that the profession had emerged ear-lier than and the issues that would form the basis of education for the profession already were identified.

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by Gilbert H. Doane. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Chicago, American Library Assn., Description: p. ports. Language: English Other Subject(s): Librarians' Convention(New York: ) Notes: Includes. Territorial Librarians The position of Territorial Librarian was a political appointment.

Appointees from until served at the pleasure of the Territorial Governor. For many years, the appointees were not professional librarians, but acquaintances of politicians or persons of local prominence appointed as reward for past services.

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" The Congress Of Paris And The Union Of The Principalities" published on 01 Jan by Brill. The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) will hold their annual meeting and conference this year in Washington, D.C. The Law Library of Congress will participate in throughout the event as speakers in the educational program, in the exhibit hall as an exhibitor, and of course, as attendees.

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It allows new scientific evidence to be accessed from the moment of publication for free by anyone around the globe, boosting the impact of new research.There are librarians who have effected this, some by annotated catalogues, some by personal intercourse (that is, as it were, by the sermon and by the pastoral visit).

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