2 edition of Herbert Putnam, 1861-1955 found in the catalog.
Herbert Putnam, 1861-1955
Library of Congress
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 94 p.|
|Number of Pages||94|
The papers of Herbert Putnam (full name George Herbert Putnam) () span the years , with the bulk of the material concentrated in the period The collection includes family diaries and journals, family correspondence, general correspondence, speeches and articles, scrapbooks, clippings, legal papers, genealogies, and. Author of Winsor, Dewey, and Putnam, The Association of American Library Schools, Libraries & Culture, Libraries, Books, and Culture, Libraries and Culture: Reading and Libraries, A bibliography of Texas library history, , A chronology of Texas library history, , The Association of American Library Schools,
Herbert Putnam () Painting. Granger. $ More from This Artist Similar Designs. Vintage poster - Don't Gum Up a Book Painting. Vintage Images. $ More from This Artist Similar Designs. Vintage poster - Dig Painting. Vintage Images. $ . Publisher of Putnam's Magazine and founder of G. P. Putnam & Son[s]. From the description of George Palmer Putnam letters [manuscript], (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: George Palmer Putnam () was a book and magazine publisher. From the description of George Palmer Putnam correspondence,
Herbert Putnam and his family ().jpg × ; 43 KB Herbert Putnam and staff LCCNtif 5, × 3,; MB Herbert Putnam cph.3ajpg 1, × . G. HERBERT PUTNAM – LIBRARY OF CONGRESS “MELVIL DUI” COPYRIGHTED HIS SYSTEM Dewey work in the library as an undergraduate at Amherst College. After graduating he was hired to manage the .
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Witch of Wych street
Robert Travers Herford B.A., D.D., Litt.D. (Heb.), 13 March, 1860-10 November, 1950
Guideposter Best of San Francisco
address delivered before the members of the Norfolk Bar
Vietnam; a political history.
Fluctuations in income and employment, with special reference to recent American experience and post-war prospects
Love and artifice, or, A compleat history of the amour between Lord Mauritio and Emilia
Readings in Social Sciences Issues in National Development
A check list of portraits in the Department of the Environment picture collection
A Woman of the Town (Louise Wooster, Birminghams Magdalen)
Just this once
essay on The influence of a moral life on our judgment in matters of faith
Music in ritual
Lives of Girls and Women; A Novel
Community work and marginal groups
Address of the directors of the Seamans Friend Society of the city of Boston to the Christian public.
Biographies Herbert Putnam () 8th Librarian of Congress George Herbert Putnam, Librarian of the Minneapolis Athenaeum (), the Minneapolis Public Library (), and the Boston Public Library () and Librarian of Congress () was a leading figure of the American library movement.
Genre/Form: Government publications: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Library of Congress. Herbert Putnam, Washington, D.C.: Library of. Get this from a library.
Herbert Putnam: ; a memorial tribute. [L Quincy Mumford;]. John Bishop Putnam (–), book publisher; Irving Putnam, book publisher Edmund Whitman Putnam (–), book publisher, physician m. Ethel Wilson; Herbert Putnam (–), 8th Librarian of Congress. Brenda Putnam (–), sculptor; John Putnam (–) James Putnam Sr.
(–), bricklayer James Putnam Jr. (b Place of origin: England. son of Henry Putnam and Catherine Hunt Palmer m Victorine Haven Children: Mary Corinna Putnam () - Herbert Putnam () - George Putnam - John Putnam - Irving Putnam American book publisher [BIO NEEDED]Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery and Conservancy.
Herbert Putnam (20 September – 14 August ) was an American lawyer, publisher, and librarian. He was the eighth (and also the longest serving) Librarian of the United States Congress from to This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Putnam was born in Brunswick, moving to New York City, Putnam was given his first job by Jonathan Leavitt, 1861-1955 book subsequently published Putnam's firstGeorge Palmer Putnam and John Wiley established the publishing house of Wiley & Putnam in New York City.
InPutnam went to London, UK where he set up a branch office, the first American to ever Citizenship: American. Washington: Library of Congress, 8vo. paper wrappers. 94 pages. presents a snapshot of the mind of Librarian of Congress and ALA President Herbert Putnam () through the letters he wrote to his wife and daughters while on a trip through Great Britain, Holland, Germany, Scandinavia, and by: 1.
"Putnam, Herbert," in Collier's New Encyclopedia, New York: P. Collier & Son Co. () Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, Herbert Putnam, –, American librarian, b.
New York City; son of George P. Putnam. He served as librarian at the Minneapolis Athenaeum (–87) and of the Minneapolis Public Library (–91). Source for information on Putnam, Herbert: The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th.
Herbert Putnam () 8th Librarian of Congress George Herbert Putnam, Librarian of the Minneapolis Athenaeum (), the Minneapolis Public Library (), and the Boston Public Library () and Librarian of Congress () was a leading figure of the American library movement.
He was the first experienced. Brenda Putnam was a noted American sculptor and author. Born into a well-connected family, she was the daughter of Librarian of Congress George Herbert Putnam () and granddaughter of book publisher George Palmer Putnam ().
George Putnam may refer to. George Putnam (editor) (–), Oregon newspaper publisher and editor of the Statesman Journal George Putnam (newsman) (–), Los Angeles, California, television newsman George D. Putnam (born ), screenwriter, Unlawful Entry; George Palmer Putnam (–), founder of the publishing firm that became G.
6) Irving P Putnam () 7) Bayard Taylor Putnam () 8) Ruth Putnam () unmarried 9) Kingman Nott Putnam (?) 10) George Herbert Palmer Putnam () 11) Sydney Mason Putnam () Daughter of Joseph and Mary Parsons (Tuttle) Haven. Married renowned book publisher George Palmer Putnam on 16 Mar in : Woodlawn Cemetery and Conservancy.
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, - small 4to. cloth. thousands of pages. George Palmer Putnam (February 7, – Decem ) was an important American book publisher. Putnam was born in Brunswick, Maine. On moving to New York City, Putnam was given his first job by Jonathan Leavitt, who subsequently published Putnam's first en: Mary Corinna Putnam Jacobi, George Haven Putnam.
Herbert Huncke () American writer. Educators, Scholars, and Social Workers: Herbert Spencer () American sociologist and philosopher. Herbert Baxter Adams () American historian.
Herbert Putnam () American librarian. Herbert Albert Fisher () British historian. Herbert Eugene Bolton () American. George Herbert Putnam, - George Herbert Putnam Massachusetts George Herbert Putnam was born on month dayat birth place, to George Palmer Putnam and Victorine Putnam (born Haven).
John Bishop Putnam (–), book publisher; Irving Putnam, book publisher. Edmund Whitman Putnam (–), book publisher, physician m. Ethel Wilson; Herbert Putnam (–), 8th Librarian of Congress.
Brenda Putnam (–), sculptor; John Putnam (–) James Putnam Sr. (—), bricklayer. James Putnam Jr. (b.Helen Putnam (), American educator and politician, mayor of Petaluma, California () and County Supervisor for southern Sonoma County () Herbert Putnam (), American librarian, who introduced the Library of Congress classification system.
The Library of Congress is Washington is the largest library in the world, and at the beginning of the 20th century, when the Dewey Decimal Classification was coming into common use in most public libraries, Herbert Putnam (–), the Librarian of Congress, wondered if LC could come up with something more suited to their own vast and.