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Finding Aid for the Seymour Lubetzky Papers, 1938-
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Seymour Lubetzky (1898- ) was a professor in the UCLA School of Library Service (1960-69). The collection consists of subject and correspondence files, lecture notes, and audio tapes from the 1930s through the 1980s related to Lubetzky's work in cataloging and classification in the Library Information Science discipline.
Seymour Lubetzky was born in Zelwa, Poland, April 28, 1898; married Beatrice Charnas; BA, UCLA, 1931; MA, University of California Berkeley, 1934; General Secondary Teachers Credential, 1932; Certificate of Librarianship, 1934; cataloger, UCLA, 1936-42; Chief, Catalog Maintenance Division, Library of Congress, 1943-60; Professor, UCLA School of Library Service, 1960-69; received Honorary Doctor of Laws presented by the University of California Regents, 1969; since 1969, he has written various articles related to Anglo-American cataloging rules and has been an occassional guest lecturer.
8 cartons (8 linear ft.)
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