Chemical Literature, Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 1959 Page: 4
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4 Summer 1959
SPEAKERS' BUREAU ANNOUNCES
A special committee to establish a Speakers' Bureau from Chemical-Literature is happy to make their first
report. The next step is for each of you to aid your Executive Committee by suggesting to your local sections that
these speakers are available, and we sincerely hope they will avail themselves of our Speakers' Bureau.
Harry Bennett, Cheminform Institute, 10 Columbus Circle, New York, New York
Chemical Trade Marks, Chemical Trivial and Generic Names
G. W. Binkley, Humble Oil and Refining Co., P. 0. Box 2180, Houston 1, Texas
Function of the Technical Information Specialist, Technical Information Service
Robert S Casey, W. A. Sheaffer Pen Company, Fort Madison, Iowa
Oral Communication of Chemical Information, Punched Cards and Chemical Documentation
Mrs. Ethaline Cortelyou, Atlantic Division, Aerojet-General Corp., Frederick, Maryland
The Literature Chemist as a Member of the Research Team, How to Prepare a Technical Paper, Library Search
and Laboratory Research, Lipsticks and Slipsticks
Maryann Duggan, Magnolia Petroleum Co., P. O. Box 900, Dallas, Texas
Technical Processes in a Special Library, Organization and Function of Industrial Technical Library, Educational
and Training Requirements for Industrial Technical Library Work
G. W. Duncan, Esso Research and Engineering Co., P.O. Box 51, Linden, New Jersey
Information Research in the Petroleum Industry, Determining Information Requirements in Research Organizations
Dr. John H. Fletcher, American Cyanamid Co., Stamford, Connecticut
Chemical Nomenclature, Chemical Indexing and Coding, Molecular Formula Indexes--New Methods
Hanna Friedenstein, c/o Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc., Research and Development Dept., 38 Memorial Drive,
Cambridge 42, Massachusetts
New Knowledge From Old Records, Problems and Challenges in Chemical Documentation, Searching the Literature
Herman H. Henkle, The John Crerar Library, 86 East Randolph Street, Chicago 1, Illinois
Stock Piling the Literature of Chemistry
Merritt L. Kastens, Assistant Director, Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, California
The Management View of the Technical Information Problem
Allen Kent, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
Chemical Documentation Research in United States, Chemical Documentation Research in U.S.S.R., Chemical
Literature Handling - U.S. vs. U.S.S.R.
M. G. Mellon, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
Introducing Students to Chemical Literature, Some Problems of the Literature Chemist, Chemical Writing
James W. Perry, Western Reserve University, Documentation Center, Cleveland 6, Ohio
Coding, Classifying, Indexing Methods - Capabilities and Limitations, Modernizing Information Services by
Coordination of Methods - Old and New, Improved Use of Information Resources to Improve the Efficiency of
Research and Development, The Russian Language - and How to Cope With It
Randall G. Rice, Chemical Abstracts Service, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Chemical Abstracting and Indexing Services, Production and Use of Biochemical Indexes
Alan G. Richards, Bjorksten Research Labs, 412--5th Street N.W., Washington, D.C.
The Role of the Literature Chemist in Independent Research Labs
Janet D. Scott, 60 Federal Street, Springfield 5, Massachusetts
Inorganic Chemical Nomenclature
T. E. R. Singer, 52 Vanderbilt Ave. New York 17, New York
Searching Chemical Literature, Technical Abstracting
Herman Skolnik, Hercules Powder Company, Research Center, Wilmington, Delaware
An R and D Information Center, The Literature Scientist, Documentation Research - Case Histories, Searching
the Chemical Literature
Miss Virginia Valeri, Arthur D. Little, Inc., 15 Acorn Park, Cambridge 40, Massachusetts
Information Storage and Retrieval, The Choice Between Mechanical and Manual Means of Storing Information,
Services the Literature Chemist Can Provide, Searching the Russian Literature
B. H. Weil, Technical Information Division, Esso Research and Engineering Co., P.O. Box 51, Linden, New Jersey
The Art of Technical Writing, Keeping Up With the Literature, The Chemist and the First Two R's (Readin'
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