Chemical Literature, Volume 01, Number 1, November 1949 Page: 2
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Spring Meeting Plans (Contd. from Page One)
Subject Heading List for Use in Searching German Indexes and Publications";
N. T. Ball and C. R. Flagg, "Searching U. S. Government Documents"; M. G.
Mellon and R. Power, "Searching Obscure and Regional Learned and Industrial
Society Publications"; C. R. Addinall, et al., "Searching in Pharmaceutical
Publications"; G. M. Dyson, "Old Publications"; L. A. Ferris, "Searching
House Organs"; and Mary Alexander, "Searching Unpublished Data." Titles given
above are not final but indicate the probable general subjects of the various
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result in this manner alone. Moreover, it was felt by many that the regular
dissemination of an annotated bibliography of the literature on chemical documentation
would be of definite service to the members of this Division.
For these and other reasons, the Division's executive committee, on
September 21, authorized the publication of a brief, informal bulletin, for
distribution to members of this Division four times per year--probably before
each meeting and at appropriate intervals thereafter.
This is to be your bulletin. Your reactions to the items it contains--
your suggestions as to what might be included--will be more than gratefully
accepted; they are earnestly solicited.
Finances, obviously, will place serious restrictions on space and scope,
but every effort will be made to make this bulletin useful as well as informative.
If it can in any useful way supplement the regular journals of the
American Chemical Society--those which carry the "daily fare" of ACS members
(papers, features, general news, etc.)--it may serve a worthy purpose.
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BEING FORMULATED FOR CHICAGO MEETING
While the fall of 1950 seems some time away, it is the desire of the program
committee that symposia be planned well in advance, so that papers presented
will be the result of careful studies. Members will therefore be interested
to learn that two symposia are already being planned for the Chicago meeting.
One of these, being organized by Robert S. Casey, will deal with the presentation
of information--writing of papers, reports, etc. The other, a joint
symposium with the Division of the History of Chemistry, will deal with the
history of the chemical literature.
As mentioned on pages 754-57 of the March 14, 1949, issue of Chem. &
Eng. News, the International Business Machines Corporation has been engaged
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