Fonds 1522 - John Marshall fonds

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UTA 1522


John Marshall fonds


  • 1964-1999 (Creation)

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3.0 m of textual records (6 boxes)

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Prof. Marshall was born in Winnipeg August 5, 1919. MA (1945) and BLS (1952) both from U of T. Joined U of T School of Library Science in 1966; retired 1983. Died in Toronto on October 26, 2005.

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Personal papers of Prof. John Marshall, Faculty of Information Studies covering his career as librarian and professor of library science at the University of Toronto. Includes records relating to his role on the Canadian Libraries Association subcommittee on Library technician programs including articles, workshops, surveys, research materials etc. Also included are records relating to the Ontario Provincial Consultative Committee and files on other community colleges and universities. Biographical file documents his firing in 1954 from Victoria Public Library and public apology by the Board of VPL in 1998.

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Added to AtoM by Karen Suurtamm, Summer 2015




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