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  Volume 45, Number 1, 2010

Table of Contents

The Library of Congress and the Center for the Book Historical Essays in Honor of John Y. Cole

Issue Editor
Mary Niles Maack

Introduction John Y. Cole: Librarian, Bookman, and Scholar

pp. 1-4
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The History and Historiography of the Library of Congress

Histories of the Library of Congress

pp. 5-24
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Properly Arranged and Properly Recorded: The Library of Congress Archives

pp. 25-36
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The Center for the Book

The National and International Roles of the Center for the Book

pp. 37-55
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The Center for the Book and the History of the Book

pp. 56-69
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The History of Books, Reading, and Publishing

"The Choice of Books": Ainsworth Rand Spofford, the Ideology of Reading, and Literary Collections at the Library of Congress in the 1870s

pp. 70-84
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The Library of Congress in 1892: Ainsworth Spofford, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, and Uncle Tom's Cabin

pp. 85-91
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"Wake Up and Read!" Book Promotion and National Library Week, 1958

pp. 92-106
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International Perspectives

The Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Global Exchange of Government Documents, 1834–1889

pp. 107-122
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International Trends in Library History

pp. 123-129
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Contributors

pp. 130-132
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Contributions and Legacy of John Y. Cole

Chronology and Bibliography of John Y. Cole

pp. 133-161
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Research Areas

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