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Annual Report for the Year 2000-2001

By Cambridge University Library
Topics: Cambridge University Library, Cambridge, library, annual report
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:www.repository.cam.ac.uk:1810/217822
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  1. (1901). 13Fantasy to Federation: European maps of Australia to
  2. (2000). A captain’s difficulties on the Canton River’, Matheson & Co. Christmas Letter
  3. (2000). A Samaritan discovery’,
  4. (2001). A selection of Australian maps To complement ‘Fantasy to Federation’ in the main Exhibition Centre April -
  5. (2001). Andrewes ‘Cambridge’ in The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians. doi
  6. Botley: ‘Learning Greek
  7. (2000). Cataloguing in Chinese’, Cambridge University Libraries Information Bulletin,
  8. (1400). Chaucer 1343-1400 To mark the 600th anniversary of his death on 25
  9. (2000). Editor: Newsletter (Cambridge Bibliographical Society) Papers presented ‘British Official Publications’, Berkshire Library Training Group seminar,
  10. (2000). Exhibition Centre Keeping time: a celebration of the year
  11. (2002). International Programme Committee Wellcome Library ‘Mapping Medicine’ Project Advisory Board BMJ Publishing Group Library Advisory Committee European Association for Health Information and Libraries Council,
  12. (2001). Issue number 20 of the Friends’ Bulletin, for the year 1999, was posted to members in
  13. (2000). Led discussion group on the acquisition of foreign books,
  14. (2001). Nagarjuna’s Twenty Verses on the Great Vehicle and the Heart of Dependent Origination (New Delhi 2000) Die vervolmaking van de wijsheid
  15. (2001). Paper presented ‘Byting books: The e-world and Cambridge University Library’, Library Association of Ireland Academic and Special Libraries Seminar,
  16. (2001). Paper presented ‘Extraneous government business: the Astronomer Royal as Government Scientist. George Bidell Airy and his work on the commissions of state and other bodies, 1838-1880’,
  17. (2001). Paper presented ‘Museums and their publications’,
  18. (2001). Paper presented ‘Souvenirs of Empire: ephemera from the University’s South Asian and Commonwealth collections’, Cambridge Bibliographical Society,
  19. (2000). Paper presented: ‘International legal materials: an introduction’,
  20. (2000). President: Sir Alan Cook Patron Members: Mr
  21. (2000). Prints made from negatives 1,671 1,511 2,830 3,611 Microfilm frames exposed 226,932 245,683 319,222 552,440 Microfilm duplicates (frames) 540,000 420,000 1,150,000 1,200,000 Photocopies (includes Squire and SPL)
  22. (2001). Roberts ‘Developing an electronic library: Open University’,
  23. (2000). Segal (London doi
  24. (2000). Seventeenth-century Cambridge pyxides’ in For the love of binding: studies presented to Mirjam Foot,
  25. (2000). Short-term exhibitions in the North Front corridor Travel and topography A selection of books on travel
  26. (2001). The Committee met three times during the year,
  27. (2001). The Financial Panel met on 18
  28. (2000). The journey to Hogwarts: women writing for children,
  29. (1996). The panel bought outright Giovanni Battista Pio, Annotamenta, [Bologna]: Apud Ioannem Antonium Platonicum de Benedictis, 1505, bearing the bookplate
  30. (1999). The registers of common letters of Pope Urban V (1362-1370) and Pope Gregory XI (1370-1378)’, doi
  31. (2000). The statistics normally refer to the main University Library building only; where indicated* they include the dependent libraries. Additions to stock
  32. (2000). The year 2000-2001 had a busy programme of activities. Friends were invited to attend two private receptions to mark the openings of Library exhibitions: in
  33. (2001). there were approximately 600 members of the Friends. Volunteers Mr
  34. (2001). Why medieval Hebrew studies? (Cambridge doi

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