Sources for UC Berkeley Library History
The following sources were used in compiling the history of UC Berkeley and its collections.
- Brief History of the University of California, Management Guidelines, December 1991, Management Analysis Group, Business and Administrative Services, UCB.
- Collection Development Policy Statement, The General Library, University of California Berkeley (PDF), by Dorothy Koenig and Sheila Dowd. Preliminary edition, January 1980. Reprinted December 1982.
- CU News, UCB Library newsletter in continuous publication since 1946.
- The centennial record of the University of California, by Verne Stadtman, 1967.
- Gifts for Lands and Buildings University of California, 1957(?)
- Guide to Collection Development and Management at the University of California Berkeley (PDF), by Dowd, Koenig, Spohrer. 1986.
- History of the University of California Library to 1900, by Dora Smith. Master thesis in librarianship, University of California, Berkeley, 1930.
- The History of the University of California Library at Berkeley, 1900-1945, by Kenneth Gerard Peterson. Dissertation in librarianship, University of California, Berkeley, 1968.
- Jefferson's Legacy, A Brief History of the Library of Congress.
- Librarian's Association of the University of California, News Bulletin.
- Main Library Catalogs, prepared for the subcommittee on the Future of the Catalogs, compiled by Janice Knouse. May 1974.
- Quotations from Chairman Joe, Library Catalog Instruction Group, 1980.
- University of California Chronicle, Vol XI, No. 1.
- The University Library at the Turn of the Century, by Marianne Constable. Chronicle of the University of California, No. 4. Fall 2000.
- The University of California Libraries, A Plan for Development, July 7, 1977, by Stephen Salmon.
With thanks for their institutional memory to Grace Abiko, Katherine Bracken, Frank Carothers, Cathy Dinnean, Katie Frohmberg, Esther Fulsaas, Joan Gatten, Gary Handman, Barbara Hill, David Kessler, Susan Koskinen, Laine Farley, Jo Lynn Milardovich, Scott Miller, Ralph Moon, Merrilee Proffitt, Bill Roberts, Charlotte Rubens, Andrea Sevetson, James Spohrer, Mark Takaro, Milt Ternberg, Camille Wanat, Bill Whitson, Randy Wilson for suggestions and answers.
For more information, see Brief History of the University.