«Illustrative Bibliography, Information and Intrigue and Related Volumes, Nov., 2016 **This bibliography contains some of the more important and more ...»
**A Note on Citations for the Information and Intrigue, Noel Field and The Left’s Odysseys,
and Information Goes to War volumes**
Because of number-of-pages limitations, we decided to limit the number and length of citations
and endnotes in the text and to employ as many space-saving formats as possible. If we used
traditional approaches to citing and using notes, the texts would have been unbearably long.
However, despite the citing parsimony we feel that readers will be more than adequately pointed to evidence and sources.
Illustrative Bibliography, Information and Intrigue and Related Volumes, Nov., 2016 **This bibliography contains some of the more important and more readily available secondary works used in the project. For the primary documents and their sources, see the texts.** Copyright, Colin Burke, 2010 Abbott, Andrew, “Library Research Infrastructure for Humanistic and Social Scientific Scholarship in the Twentieth Century”, in, Charles Camic, et al. (eds.), Social Knowledge in the Making (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011), 43-87.
Abt, John, Advocate and Activist: Memoirs of an American Lawyer (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993).
Adams, Mark B., et al., “Human Heredity and Politics: a Comparative Study of the Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor…,” OSIRIS 2nd Series, 20 1 (n.d.): 232-62.
Adams, Scott, “Information for Science and Technology,” (Urbana: University of Illinois GLIS 109, 1945).
Adkinson, Burton W., Two Centuries of Federal Information (Stroudsburg, PA: Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, 1978).
Adler, Cyrus, “The International Catalogue of Scientific Literature,” Science, 6, 136 (8-6-1897): 184-201.
Aiken, Jane, “Histories of the Library of Congress,” Libraries and the Cultural Record, 45 1 (2010): 5-24.
ALA Periodicals Section, “Preliminary Survey of Indexes and Abstracting Services,” Library Journal, 63 (April 1, 1938): 265-271.
Alexander, Edward P., The Museum in America, Innovators and Pioneers (Walnut Creek, CA:
Alamoira Press, 1997).
Alexander, Robert J., The Right Opposition: The Lovestoneites and the International Communist Opposition of the 1930s (Westport, CT: Greenwood Pres, 1981).
Allen, Thomas J., Managing the Flow of Scientific and Technological Information, PhD Thesis (Alfred P. Sloan School of Management, MIT, 1966).
Allen, Walter C. et al., Ideals and Standards: The History of the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1893-1993 (Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois, 1992).
Alpern, Sara, Freda Kirchwey: A Woman of The Nation (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1987).
Altenbaugh, Richard J., E. Education for Struggle: The American Labor Colleges of the 1920s and 1930s (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990).
Alvarez, David “American Clandestine Intelligence in Early Postwar Europe,” Journal of Intelligence History, 4 1 (2004): 7-24.
American Association for Adult Education, Handbook of Adult Education in the United States 1934 (NY: American Association for Adult Education, 1934).
American Association for Adult Education, Adult Education for Democracy (New York:
American Association for Adult Education, 1936).
American Council on Public Affairs, World Organization: a Balance Sheet of the First Great Experiment (Washington, D.C.: American Council on Public Affairs, 1942).
American Library Association, Proceedings of the 28th Meeting of the American Library Association (St. Louis, 1905).
American Library Association Conference on International Cultural, Educational, and Scientific Exchange: Princeton,, 25-6, 1946 ( Chicago, ALA, 1947).
American Unitarian Association, Unitarians Face A New Age: The Report of the Commission of the American Unitarian Association (Boston: AUA, 1936).
American University, Machine Indexing: Progress and Problems: Papers Presented at the Third Institute on Information Storage and Retrieval, American University 1961 (Washington, D.C.: Center for Technology and Administration, 1963, c1961).
Anderson, Dorothy, Universal Bibliographic Control: A long term policy and plan for action (Pullach/Munchen: IFLA, 1974).
Anderson, Edith, Love in Exile: An American Writer's Memoir of Life in Divided Berlin (South Royalton, VT: Steerforth Press, 1999).
Anderson, James D. and Joel Perez-Carballo, "The Nature of Indexing: How Human and Machines Analyze Messages and Texts for Retrieval, Part II: Machine Indexing and the Allocation of Human versus Machine Effort," Information Processing and Management, 37 (2001): 255-277.
Anderson, James D. and Joel Perez-Carballo, "The Nature of Indexing: How Human and Machines Analyze Messages and Texts for Retrieval, Part I: Research and the Nature of Human Indexing," Information Processing and Management 37 (2001):231-254.
Andriesse, Cornelis D., Dutch Messengers: A History of Science Publishing, 1930-1980 (Leiden:
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Andriesse, Cornelis Dirk, Dutch messengers: a history of science publishing, 1930-1980 (Leiden: Brill, 2008).
Angell, J.R., “Autobiography of James Roland Angell,” in, Carl Murchson (ed.), A History of Psychology in Autobiography vol. III (Worcester, MA: Clark University Press, 1932), 1-38.
Anonymous "Technical Information Activities of the Department of Defense", Science ns 1142973 (12-21-1951): 653-661 Anonymous, "Present Status of Equipment and Supplies for Microphotography," The Journal of Documentary Reproduction, 2 3 (Summer 1938): 1-62.
Anonymous, Untangling the Web: A guide to Internet Search (np: DOCID 4046925, nd.).
Anonymous, ‘Obituary of Joan Hinton,’ Washington Post (6-11-2010).
Anonymous “A Century of CAS,” Chemical and Engineering News, (June 11, 2007): 38-.
Anonymous, “Dr. Clarence Jay West.” in, American Men and Women of Science. Physical and Biological Sciences, edited by the Jacques Cattell Press ( New York Bowker, 1971 (c1986)).
Anonymous, ‘L. (Leydia?) Field Obituary, The Friends Intelligencer (11-24 1917): 748-9.
Anonymous, ‘Mortimer Taube Obituary,’ New York Times (9-7-1965).
Anonymous, ‘Prices, Oligopoly Concentration in Journals’, Signs of Epistemic Change, First Monday (4-06-2009).
Anonymous, ‘Transforming Scholarly Publishing through Open Access: A Bibliography,” http://digital-scholarship.org/tsp/transforming.htm.
Anonymous, “The Concilium Bibliographicum,” Scientific Monthly, 14, 3 (March, 1922): 301-2.
Anonymous, “A notice on Concilium Bibliographicum,” The American Naturalist, 32 38 (Nov.
Anonymous, “Bank Deposits to Aid Iron Curtain Search,” New York Time 01-10-1952): 50.
Anonymous, “Bibliographica Zoologica and Anatomica,” Science ns. 4, 46 (Nov.15, 1895):
Anonymous, “Biological Abstracts”, Science lx 1561 (Nov. 28, 1924), as in NRC files.
Anonymous, “Charles Erwin McClung,” http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2html, accessed 4-2011.:
Anonymous, “Concilium.”The American Naturalist 32, 38 (Nov. 1898): 876.
Anonymous, “Elsie Field: Portrait of a Physician,” Women and Health. 9, 1 (Spring, 1984).
Anonymous, “Eugenics and the Family vol. 1 Scientific Papers of the Second International Congress of Eugenics, Held at the AMNH, New York, Sept. 22-28, 1923.” Anonymous, “Few of 600 Fleeing Escape Poland: Many Slain, Most Still Wander in Country,” New York Times (9-20-1939): 4 Anonymous, “Industries Asked to Probe German Technology,” Science Newsletter, 49 18: 269.
Anonymous, “Joseph Becker: A Lifetime of Service to the Profession of Library and Information Science,” Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 22 1 (October/November 1995):24-26.
Anonymous, “Mark, Edward Laurens and his interest in bibliography,” at:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvard_referencing _note-6.
Anonymous, “Technical Information Activities of the Dept. of Defense,” Science ns (12-21-1951): 653-661.
Anonymous, “The Concilium Bibliographicum,” Science Monthly 14 3: 201-2.
Anonymous, “The Concilium Bibliographicum,” Science ns 92, 2380: (8-9-1940): 122-3).
Anonymous, “The International Research Council,” Science ns 56, 1444 (1-1933): 243-4).
Anonymous, “The Work of the National Research Council,” Science ns 46, 1179: 99-101.
Anonymous, “The World Congress of Universal Documentation Held in Paris,” Science ns, 86 2213( Oct. 1, 1937): 303-4.
Anonymous, Biological Abstracts and the Literature of Biology; a Symposium in Celebration of the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Founding of Biological Abstracts, held at the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, on February 17, 1956. (c1957).
Anonymous, Charles Ammi Cutter (1837–1903), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Ammi_Cutter, accessed 1-2011.
Anonymous, htp://www.documentstalk.com/wp/field-noel-haviland-1904-1970. Biography and Bibliography on Noel Field and Family, accessed 4-11.
Anonymous, Laurence Duggan In Memoriam (Stanford CT: The Overbrook Press, July 1949).
Anonymous, “7th Summer Meeting of the Geological Society of America,” Science (9-6-1895):
Anonymous. “The Concilium Bibliographicum,” Scientific Monthly 14, 3 (March 1922): 301-2.
Anonymous, The Knowledge Availability Systems Center (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, 1964).
Anonymous.“Some for Woman Suffrage: Brooklyn Friends and their Many Lines of Activity,” New York Times (5-20-1894): 9.
Anonymous, Large capacity memory techniques for computing system (np" ACM, 1962).
Aptheker, Bettina F., Intimate Politics: How I Grew Up Red, Fought for Free Speech, and Became a Feminist Rebel (Emeryville CA: Seal Press, 2006).
Arnason, Wayne & Rebecca Scott, We Would Be One: A History of the Unitarian Universalist Youth Movements (Boston: Skinner House Press, 2005).
Arndt, Richard, The First Resort of Kings: American Cultural Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century (Washington.D.C.: Potomac Books Inc, 2005).
Arnold, Ron, Freezing in the Dark, Money Power Politics and the Vast Left Wing Conspiracy, (Bellevue, WA: Merril Press, 2007).
Artandi, Susan & Theodore C. Hines, “Roles and links--or, forward to cutter,” American Documentation, 14 1 (1963): 74-77.
ASIS '98, Information Access in the Global Information Economy 0ct 25-29, Sheila Webber,” The Global Electronic Information Industry, Squeezing Out the Middle Ground.
Aslib Proceedings 8 1 (1956): 38 – 50).
Aspray, William, " The Scientific Conceptualization of Information: A Survey," IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 7 2 (April, 1985): 117-147.
Aspray, William, "Command and Control, Documentation, and Library Science: The Origins of Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh," IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 21, 4 (1999): 4-20.
Aspray, William and Paul E. Ceruzzi (eds.), The Internet and American Business (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2008).
Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, Report of the Proceedings of the Fourth Conference (London: ASLIB, 1927).
ASTIA, Documentation: A Report Bibliography Prepared by ASTIA (Arlington Hall Station, Arlington, VA: ASTIA, Dec, 1961).
Atlas, John, Seeds of Change: the Story of ACORN, America’s Most Controversial Antipoverty Community Organizing Group (Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press, 2010).
Atherton, Pauline, and Donald W. King et al., (eds.) Evaluation of the Retrieval of Nuclear Science Document References Using the Universal Decimal Classification as the Indexing Language for a Computer-Based System ( NP: AIP, UDC Project, Report AIP/UDC-8, May 1,1968).
Awin, Duane F.& Ronald l Cohen, Political Attitudes Over the Life Span : the Bennington Women After Forty Years (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991).
Azcarate, Pablo, "Protection of Minorities and Human Rights," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, (Jan., 1946): 124-8.
Baker, Dale, USSR/USA Scientific and Technical Information in Perspective, 1974 Miles Conrad Memorial Lecture (Philadelphia: NFAIS, 1974).
Baker, Dale, et al., “History of Abstracting at Chemical Abstracts Service,” Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science 20 (1980):193-201.
Baker, Nicholson, Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper (NY: Random House, 2001).
Ball, Norman T., "Making a Classification System," in, Robert S. & James W. Perry (eds.), Punched Cards: Their Applications to Science and Industry (NY: Reinhold Publishing Corp., 1951), pp. 379-392.
Ball, Norman T., "Research or Available Knowledge: A Matter of Classification," Science, New Series, 105 2715 (Jan. 10, 1957): 34-36.
Ballou, Hubbard W., "Copy Methods Notes, Microform Picture Windows," Library Resources & Technical Services, 8 4 (Fall 1964): 449-454.
Baltzell, E. Digby, The Protestant Establishment Revisited (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press, 1991).
Bancroft, Mary, Autobiography of a Spy (NY: William Morrow & Co., 1983).
Bar-Hillel, Yeshoshua, "A Logician's Reaction to Recent Theorizing on Information Search Systems," American Documentation (1957): 103-.
Barbour, Hugh, et al., Quaker Crosscurrents: Three Hundred Years of Friends in the New York Yearly Meetings (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1995).
Barden, Bertha R., & Barbara Denison (comp.) SLA Loan Collection of Classification Schemes and Subject Heading Lists On Deposit at Western Reserve University as of November 1, 1958 (NY: SLA, 1959).
Barhydt, Gordon C., Western Reserve University Index of Educational Resources (Cleveland, OH: Western Reserve, 1964).
Barker, Wayne G. and Rodney E. Coffman, The Anatomy of Two Traitors: The Defection of Bernon F. Mitchell and William H. Martin (Laguna Hills, CA: Aegean Park Press, 1981).
Barman, Emily. "Classificatory Struggles in the Nonprofit Sector The Formation of the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities, 1969–1987." Social Science History 37, 1 (2013): 103-141.
Barnaby, K.C. 100 Years of Specialized Shipbuilding and Engineering (London: Hutchinson, 1964).