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Manuscript Studies
Medieval and Early Modern

Bibliography: Archival Research


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Archives: The Journal of the British Records Association 1 (1949)-. [* Subject heading: archival research (journals) *]

Archivum: International Review on Archives 1 (1951)-. [Annual journal.] [* Subject heading: archival research (journals) *]

Brooks, Philip C. Research in Archives: The Use of Unpublished Primary Sources. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

Chartier, Roger. "Libraries without Walls." Representations 42 (Spring 1993): 38-52. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

Collison, Robert Lewis. Published Library Catalogues: An Introduction to their Contents and Use. London: Mansell, 1973. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

Iredale, David. Enjoying Archives: What They Are, Where to Find Them, How to Use Them. Newton Abbot, Devon: David and Charles, 1973. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

National Historical Publications and Records Commission, Washington, DC. Directory of Archives and Manuscript Repositories in the United States. Washington, DC: National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 1978. [* Subject heading: archival research (directories) *]

Reiman, Donald H. The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential, and Private. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Great Britain. Record Repositories in Great Britain: A Geographical Directory. 6th ed. London: HMSO, 1979. [* Subject heading: archival research (directories) *]

Scholars and Research Libraries in the 21st Century. ACLS Occasional Papers 14. New York: American Council of Learned Societies, 1990. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

Smith, Eldred. The Librarian, the Scholar, and the Future of the Research Library. Contributions in Librarianship and Information Science 66. New York: Greenwood Press, 1990. [* Subject heading: archival research *]

Thorpe, James Ernest. The Use of Manuscripts in Literary Research: Problems of Access and Literary Property Rights. 2nd edition. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1979. [* Subject heading: archival research *]



Bibliography: [ Some basic resources ] | [ General bibliography ] | [ History of the book ] | [ Literacy and education, medieval and early modern (readers and reading) ] | [ Archival research ] | [ Forgeries / bibliographic fraud ] | [ Dictionaries (historical) ] | [ Early printed books and incunabula: production ] | [ Early printed books and incunabula: catalogues ] | [ Early printed books and incunabula: facsimiles ] | [ Diplomatics: the study of historical documents ] | [ Printing, history of ] | [ Publishing, history of ] | [ Libraries and repositories, history of; book collecting ] | [ Manuscript culture ] | [ Manuscript culture: patronage ] | [ Manuscripts: codicology ] | [ Manuscripts: paleography ] | [ Manuscript production ] | [ Manuscript production: scribes and scribal practices ] | [ Manuscript production: decoration and illustration ] | [ Manuscript production: material culture (paper, bindings, etc.) ] | [ Manuscripts: catalogues and finding aids ] | [ Manuscripts: facsimiles and facsimile editions ] | [ Sigillography (the study of seals) ] | [ Textual criticism and editing ] | [ Keyword search of entire bibliography ]


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© 1998 Stephen R. Reimer
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Created: 29 Oct. 1998; Last revised: 9 Jan. 2000

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