University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection consists of the administrative records created by the Minnesota Chapter of ASIST, as well as papers regarding Audrey Grosch, first chair of ASIST in Minnesota
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Paper written by Gull concerning the pioneering role of the Library of Congress and the National Library of Medicine in the age of electronic information
Chemical Heritage Foundation - Othmer Library of Chemical History
Robert M. Hayes begins the interview with a discussion of his father's and his stepfather's affect on his life. He describes how he traveled frequently because of his stepfather's acting career, attending over sixteen different high schools before receiving his diploma. Hayes graduated from UCLA in 1947 with a B.A. in mathematics, and afterwards was drafted into the Navy. He recounts his acceptance into the Navy's V-12 program, and the courses he took for that program at the University of Colorado at Boulder. After the War, Hayes returned to UCLA, where he earned his M.A. in mathematics in 1949, and his Ph. D. in mathematics in 1952. While earning his Ph. D., Hayes worked on information science at the National Bureau of Standards. In 1952, he decided to move into industry, and was hired at Hughes Aircraft. He describes his work at Hughes, where he programmed a computer to fly an airplane. Further, he recounts his teaching responsibilities in UCLA's University-extension program, which ... Read More
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The Douglas C. McMurtrie papers consist of general and personal correspondence, financial papers, and published materials. The collection's correspondence largely concerns the Historical Records Survey of Pennsylvania (1934-1938), and includes letters to and from state archivists, librarians, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and state, regional, and county directors of the Historical Survey. Daily expense reports, committee lists, booklets, and archives division papers are also included in the collection
Drexel University
The collection consists primarily of Dr. Griffith's correspondence with scholars studying scientific communication and information science, chiefly during the 1970s and 1980s. Other materials include early drafts and edited manuscripts of Dr. Griffith's articles, several lectures, a memoir dating from 1972, reports to the dean of the College of Information Studies offering summaries of Griffith's activities during the 1970s and 1980s, and copies of some of Dr. Griffith's publications
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection consists of personal papers and books related to Dr. Hayes' tenure as professor and Dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS). The bulk of the material includes correspondence, notes, clippings, reports, and papers related to various projects
Chemical Heritage Foundation - Othmer Library of Chemical History
Madeline Henderson begins this interview with a description of her family and early years in Quincy, Massachusetts. Henderson attended Emmanuel College, receiving an A.B. in chemistry in 1944. After college, she worked briefly with DuPont in explosives research and as a chemist for Harrington Labs. She accepted a position at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) High Pressure Research Lab as a research associate. In 1950, she switched gears at MIT and began working with James W. Perry in scientific information. One of her first tasks was to edit the first edition of his book, Punched Cards: Their Application to Science and Industry. Henderson worked with Perry and Allen Kent compiling and researching possibilities for a standard chemical notation system for IUPAC selection. Her search for terms for semantic factoring took her throughout the country, where she met many others involved with scientific information, including Eugene Garfield, Claire Schultz, and Saul Herner. ... Read More
Chemical Heritage Foundation - Othmer Library of Chemical History
Eugene Garfield begins this interview by recalling his youth in New York, his family background and early education. He describes his interest in the West, his first jobs in Colorado and California, and his brief military career, injury and subsequent medical discharge. Garfield continues by discussing his undergraduate degree in chemistry, the influence of his first ACS meeting and the Division of Chemical Literature on his life's work. He also talks about his participation in the Welch Medical Library project. In the middle portion of the interview, Garfield focuses on the origin and development of the Institute for Scientific Information [ISI] and its products, including major publications. He also describes his doctoral studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and difficulties in having his thesis approved. The interview concludes with a discussion of his patents for a copying device, an analysis of the successes of ISI, and speculation on ISI's future activities
Chemical Heritage Foundation - Othmer Library of Chemical History
Helga Schmid begins the interview by discussing the growth of her interest in the world of information. While attending the Vienna University, she studied mathematics and physics and also worked on gaining her teaching certification. However, after meeting her husband, she relocated to Belgium and worked for Euratom [European Atomic Energy Community], where she began training to be a computer programmer. In 1969 she and her family moved back to Vienna and she joined the International Atomic Energy Agency [IAEA]. While there, under the direction of Giampaolo Del Bigio, Schmid helped publish the first INIS [International Nuclear Information System] Atomindex. In 1975, she moved on to AGRIS [International Information System for the Agricultural Sciences and Technology] where she worked with varying software and helped the fledgling organization to organize and evolve its technological programs. In 2000, she retired, after rising through the organization to become the head of AGRIS ... Read More
Chemical Heritage Foundation - Othmer Library of Chemical History
Michael W. Hill begins his interview by discussing how he was first drawn to the information and documentation side of chemistry. While at Lincoln College, Hill planned to become a chemist. He received his B.S. and M. Sc. there, under the tutelage of Rex Richards, by researching applications of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. After graduating, Hill started his career at Laporte Chemical Company in Luton, then moved to London to become head of Morgan Crucible Group's physics laboratory. Eventually Hill left the competitive world of industry to work as assistant keeper in the National Reference Library of Science and Invention, a new national science library being setup by the British Museum. Hill soon advanced to the post of deputy librarian at the Patent Office Library. Next he became the head of the National Reference Library of Science and Invention, first as part of the British Museum, then from 1973 as part of the British Library's Reference Division, which was renamed ... Read More

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