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someone trained in compiling bibliographies

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As director of the National Library and Museum from May 16, 1925 to his death on April 18, 1928, De los Santos immersed himself in his work and, according to the bibliographer Gabriel Bernardo, gave up 'all his other avocations except music and bibliophily.
In that essay, McKenzie asserts that bibliographers draw overly strong conclusions about early modern print shop practices from the very scant evidence that stands on the resulting page.
In one of his key chapters, 'Bibliographers of the Mind', Dane takes on Donald McKenzie's influential essay, 'Printers of the Mind' (1969) and the insistence on 'facts' among 'Old' and 'New' Bibliographers.
One bibliographer in the juvenile arena imaginatively used successive publisher addresses found within books to identify edition priorities.
Area studies bibliographers were responsible primarily for collection development with subject-related reference duties.
He served as the Slavic bibliographer at the University of Oregon Library from 1975 to 1993 and was the director of the UO's Russian and East European Studies Center.
bibliographer, I have read hundreds of books dealing with the war.
The show is a tribute to Katip Celebi, the well-known 17th century historian, geographer and bibliographer, on the 400th anniversary of his birth, which is being marked across Turkey throughout the year as part of the 2009 Year of Katip Celebi announced by the Turkish commission of UNESCO.
Six years passed and then on 25 November 1986 the distinguished bibliographer, Ian McLaren, delivered the third Ferguson Lecture on bibliographical questions about the output of the poet Henry Kendall.
Bibliographer is also part of this product that is being released for writers.
Gary Kurutz has served as the director of the Special Collections Branch of the California State Library in Sacramento since 1980 and has previously held the positions of library director of the California Historical Society and bibliographer of Western Americana at the Henry E.
She is widely known as the premier bibliographer of Ellul, who left behind a huge volume of material--much of it totally disorganized and scattered.
Cordery (web bibliographer for the National First Ladies Library in Canton, Ohio) "Historic Photos Of Theodore Roosevelt" is a fittingly pictorial biographic presentation of a remarkable man whose political policies, ideas, and influence are still resonating in American culture today.
The other board members, chosen for 3-year terms, are Bob Asleson, chairman of Paratext; John Ganly, assistant director for SIBL Collections, Science, Industry and Business Library at The New York Public Library; Diane Hoffman, senior director of life sciences at ProQuest CSA; Scott MacFarland, vice president of content management and medical research at Ovid Technologies; Catherine Mardikes, bibliographer for classics and ancient Near East at the University of Chicago; and Mark Sandler, director of the Center for Library Initiatives, Committee on Institutional Cooperation.
2 of JPAS has been added to the archive (via special page retrieval by Esmeralda Kale, the Bibliographer of Africana at the Northwestern University Library, thank you Esmeralda Kale).