Phineas L. Windsor Papers, 1890-99, 1909-1965 | University of Illinois Archives
Committee of Nine, University (Educational Organiz and Adminis)
Council of Administration
Library and Information Science, Graduate School of
New York State Library School
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Papers of Phineas Lawrence Windsor (1871-1965), Librarian (1909-40), including New York State Library School class notebooks and scrapbooks (1897-1899), reprint on university libraries (1916), correspondence concerning newspapers and card costs (1921, 1934), files relating to service on the Committee of Nine on university organization (1931) and two disk recordings of an April 7, 1949 Library School lecture by Prof. Windsor concerning building a research library, the support of President Edmund James, Library policy of buying for faculty and departments doing the most research, 1925 shift from purchasing special libraries to buying individual titles, faculty users of the Library, gifts and exchanges and related topics.
The series also includes Council of Administration regulations (1909-13), university committee files (1912-43), university club material (1914-16, 1920-28, 1932-34), correspondence (1930-32, 1937-43), campus drinking issue file (1935-37), Committee on Non-Recurring Appropriations file (1934-39), minutes (1942-57), and correspondence (1947-58) of the Illinois State Library Advisory Committee, and the Northwestern University Syllabus (1890, 1892, 1894, 1895), and a scrapbook of library building prints.
Documents and Files:
Digital Surrogates from the Phineas L. Windsor Audio Recording