Army Medical Library (U.S.)
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The collection as a whole is rich in material on the Library, its day-to-day operations, and its growth. Especially of interest are the summary histories in Box 1, information on proposed new buildings, merger plans with the Library of Congress, and the very thorough records detailing Mary L. Marshall's role in the development of the AML Classification.
Army Medical Library Committee of Consultants for the Study of the Indexes to Medical Literature minutes
Minutes of committee meetings which provided the rationale for and made the decision to suspend the Library's production of the Index Catalogue.
Chiefly requests and acknowledgments for/about the Index Catalog.
Correspondence, records, minutes, programs, and brochures documenting the Association's work on the Army Medical Library's behalf.
Typescript of address. Includes copy of address corrected for publication and a letter of transmittal to Col. Harold W. Jones.
Typescript notes about data in various libraries and repositories relating to the history of the National Library of Medicine, including its predecessors. Much of the material pertains to the period when John Shaw Billings was librarian.