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Finding Aid to the Williams & Wilkins Co. v. The United States Records, 1938-1982 (bulk 1858-1982)

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Karen Pitts and Peter Hirtle
Date processing completed Sept. 1986
Encoded by Dan Jenkins


Summary Information
Title: Williams & Wilkins Co. v. The United States Records
Creator: Williams & Wilkins Co.
Dates: 1938-1982 (bulk 1958-1982)
Extent: 3.75 linear feet and 8 volumes
Abstract:
The suit charged that the libraries had violated the company's copyright by duplicating for interlibrary loan articles from journals published by Williams & Wilkins. The case was settled by a split decision of the Supreme Court upholding the appeals court verdict that found for the government. Included are files from Martin Cummings and Scott Adams, the Director and Deputy Director of the Library, and Albert Berkowitz, the Reference Services Division Section Chief, as well as subject and correspondence files.

Call number: MS C 421
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

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Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

[Call Number, Collection Name, Series Number], Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, USA.

Provenance:

Acc. #424, 06/02/86 from Ralph C. Williams, Sr. Transferred from the files of Chief Reference Services Div., N.L.M


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Williams & Wilkins Co. v. The United States Records, 1938-1982 (bulk 1858-1982)

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Karen Pitts and Peter Hirtle
Date processing completed Sept. 1986
Encoded by Dan Jenkins

Descriptive Summary

Williams & Wilkins Co.Williams & Wilkins Co. v. The United States Records Dates: 1938-1982 (bulk 1958-1982)3.75 linear feet and 8 volumesMS C 421 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Abstract:The suit charged that the libraries had violated the company's copyright by duplicating for interlibrary loan articles from journals published by Williams & Wilkins. The case was settled by a split decision of the Supreme Court upholding the appeals court verdict that found for the government. Included are files from Martin Cummings and Scott Adams, the Director and Deputy Director of the Library, and Albert Berkowitz, the Reference Services Division Section Chief, as well as subject and correspondence files.Collection materials primarily in EnglishProvenance:

Acc. #424, 06/02/86 from Ralph C. Williams, Sr. Transferred from the files of Chief Reference Services Div., N.L.M

Access Restrictions:

Collection is not restricted. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor's copyrights were transferred to the public domain. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

[Call Number, Collection Name, Series Number], Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, USA.

Historical Note

On 27 February 1968 the Williams & Wilkins Co., a major publisher of medical and scientific books and journals, filed a petition in the U.S. Court of Claims against the United States of America. They charged that the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health library violated the company's copyright by duplicating for interlibrary loan articles from journals published by Williams & Wilkins. By the time the case was finally settled by the Supreme Court in 1975, it had become a landmark case in library photocopying and copyright. While the Copyright Revision Act of 1976 addressed some of the issues raised by this important decision, others remain to be resolved.

The case developed from Williams & Wilkins's objection to the Library's practice of photocopying in lieu of a loan single articles at the request of other libraries. In initial conversations with the Library and in the petition Williams and Wilkins requested not that library photocopying be prohibited, but rather that the company be paid a royalty of 2 cents per page for each copy made of an article from a Williams & Wilkins journal. Because of the potentially broad ramifications of the case for librarians, information scientists and other users of information, many professional societies, including the American Library Association, the Association of American Publishers, and the Medical Library Association among others, filed briefs in support of the position taken by the National Library of Medicine.

The original decision by the commissioner of the U. S. Court of Claims, delivered on 16 February 1972, was in the company's favor. On appeal, however, the full court found for the government. The revised decision was upheld on 25 February 1975 by a 4 to 4 vote of the Supreme Court.


The papers in the manuscript collection "Williams & Wilkins vs. the United States of Americao represent the National Library of Medicine's records of the case. Included are files from Martin Cummings and Scott Adams, the Director and Deputy Director of the Library, and Albert Berkowitz, the Reference Services Division Section Chief. The files arrived in the History of Medicine Division in a jumbled condition, making it impossible to identify the original provenance of the records. Consequently, the decision was made to combine the files into nine artificial series.

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Jurisprudence
    • Libraries, Medical--legislation & jurisprudence
    Corporate Names

    • National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
    Genre Terms

    • Legal Cases

    Series Descriptions

    Copyright Subject Files, 1958-1982
    Consists primarily of the the Director's subject files on copyright. Included is background information on copyright policy and materials relating to various proposed copyright revision bills.

    BoxFolderContents11-3Copyright, undated14Copyright, 1958-196015Copyright, 196116Copyright, 196217Copyright, 196318-10Copyright, 1964111Copyright, 1965112Copyright, 1965113Copyright, 1966114-17Copyright, 196721Copyright, 196722-4Copyright, 196725-10Copyright, 1968211-12Copyright, 1969213Copyright, 1970214Copyright, 1972215Copyright Revision, undated; 1973216Copyright Revision, 1974217Copyright, 1978; 1982218Copyright Commmittee, 1964219Interlibrary Loan Policies, 1970220Information Industry Association - Open Forum, 1972Incoming Correspondence, 1965-1976
    Includes incoming correpsondence, arranged by correspondnents in alphabetical order. Included among the major correspondents are officials of the Williams & Wilkins Co., including William Passano, President, and Eben Perkins, their lawyer; the lawyers from the National Institutes of Health and the Justice Department who defended the library; and representatives of the professional societies which supported the Libraries position, including the American Library Association, the American Medical Association, the Council on Library Resources, Inc., and the Association of Research Libraries.

    BoxFolderContents31Abernathy, H.C.,Advocates for the Arts, Almy, Thomas P., American Chemical Society (Robert W. Cairns and B.H. Well), Anlyan, W.G. 32American Library Association (Ralph T. Esterquest and Germaine Krettek) 33Association of Research Libraries (Donald F. Cameron, Stephen A. McCarthy and John P. McDonald 34Barrett, St. John; Berliner, Robert W.; Berson, Robert C.; Blackwell, Thomas E.; Bonk, Johan P.; Bowsher, Prentice; Bravo, Desi; Burger, Charles L.; Burns, F. 35Cady, Duane M.; Cahoon, Lunda; Carter, Willard H.; Chalkey, D.T.; Clifton, James A.; Coady, John M.; Cole, John D.R.; Cooper, John A.D.; Corning, Mary E.; Crawford, Susan 36Council on Library Resources (Verner W. Clapp) 37Davis, Madge G.; Davis, Oscar; Day, Kermit W.; Day, Melvin S. 38Dept. of Justice (T. Brown, Thomas J. Byrnes, Joseph Hill, and Manuel Hiller); Dekker, Marcel; Drake, Mayo 39Eastwood, Douglas W.; Ebert, Robert H.; Ecker, Arthur; Einstein, Stanley; Falk, Hans L.; Friedel, Samuel N.; Gillikin, Phyllis; Goodwin, Norton 310Henry, Joseph L.; Herner, Saul; Hoey, Evelyn; Hogben, C.A.M.; Hogness, John R.; Humphries, William C.; Ingelfinger, Franz J.; Isbister, James D.; Ivy, Robert H.; 311Jenkins, Carol G.; Johnson, Barbara; Kao, Irving; Kaplan, Louis; Kaufman, Nathan; Keaney, Kerri; Knoff, William F.; Lamont-Havers, Ronald W.; Leavitt, Milo D.; Lee, Philip R.; Lewis, E. Grey; Lodwick, Lyle 312Marston, Robert Q.; Martin, Louis E.; Mason, Ellsworth; McKenna F. E.; Mersereau, Bertram S.; Michael, Max; Mider, G. Burroughs; Miller, Edward A.; Miranda, Robert N.; Norton, Jeffrey 313Medical Library Association (William K. Beatty, Harold Bloomquist, Jacqueline Felter, Bernice M. Hetzner, MIldred C. Langer, and Donald Washburn) 314Oppenheimer, Gerald J.; Perkins, Eben; Perkoff, Gerald; Pizer, Irwin H.; Plank, William T.; Plummer, Frances H.; Proffen, C.H.; Pye, A. Kenneth 315Rachow, Louis A.; Richardson, Elliot L.; Robinson, J.W.; Rogers, Frank B.; Rosenstein, Philip; Ruskin, Eugene D. 316Sargent, Charles W.; Schmidt, Helen Brown; Sessoms, Stuart M.; Shaw, Ralph R. 317Shimkin, Michael B.; Stevens, Robert D.; Stone, Richard J.; Teatens, Charles D.; Thompson, Robert H.; Tilley, W.R.; Titley, Joan; Varner, D.B.; Wagman, Frederick H.; Wagner, Carruth J.; Walters, John T.; Washburn, Donald; Weil, Max Harry; Whaley, Storm; WHillock, Carl S.; Willcox, Alanson W.; Wiesenfelder, Harry; Wolf, Stewart; Woolsey, Theodore D. 318-20Williams & Wilkins Company Outgoing Correspondence, 1967-1973
    Outgoing library correspondence, filed chronologically

    BoxFolderContents41Outgoing Correspondence, 196742Outgoing Correspondence, 196843Outgoing Correspondence, 196944Outgoing Correspondence, 1970-197145Outgoing Correspondence, 197246Outgoing Correspondence, 197247Outgoing Correspondence, 1973Inter-Office Memoranda & Notes, 1965-1975
    Inter-library memoranda, reports, notes-to-file, and notes about the case, arranged chronologically.

    BoxFolderContents48Inter-Office Memoranda and Notes, 1965-196749Inter-Office Memoranda, 1967410Inter-Office Memoranda, 1968411Inter-Office Memoranda, 1969412Inter-Office Memoranda, 1970413Inter-Office Memoranda, 1971414Inter-Office Memoranda, 1972-1973415Inter-Office Memoranda, 1974-1975Legal Documents, 1968-1975
    Contains legal documents, briefs, and trial transcripts.

    BoxFolderContents51Plaintiff's Petition, U.S. Court of Claims, 196852Legal Papers, 196853-5A.M. Berkowitz Deposition, 196956Plaintiff's Ammendment to Petition, 7/23/7057Report to Commissioner, 2/16/72Briefs Amicus Curiae, 1972BoxFolderContents58Association of Research Libraries, undated59National Education Association, 8/15/72510Am. Soc. for Testing & Materials and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 10/3/72511Authors League of America, Inc., 11/2/72512American Institute of Physics, 11/13/72513American Chemical Society, 12/20/72514Plaintiff's Objections to Defendant's Motion, undated515Defendant's Answer, 9/3/68516Plaintiff's Motion for Production, 10/1/68517-18Defendant's Brief, (after 2/16/72)519Defendant's Eceptions to the Commissioner's Report, (after 2/16/72)520Plaintiff's Brief, 11/6/72521Decision- U.S. Court of Claims, 11/27/73522Petition: Writ of Certiorari, U.S. Supreme Court, 1973523U.S. Brief on Writ of Certiorari, 1973524Petitioner's Brief - Supreme Court, 1973525Final Decision - Supreme Court, 2/25/75United States Court of Claims Court transcripts, docket no. 73-68, 1974BoxFolderContentsVol.1Plaintiff's/Defendant's Briefs Vol.2Briefs Amici Curiae Vol.3-8Transcript of Proceedings, Sept.9-16, 1970Related Copyright Activities, 1965-1970
    Background documentation on theLibrary's copyright and interlibrary loan policies. Also included are materials relating the Biological Sciences Communication Project's studies on the library's interlibrary loan practices, a Committee on Scientific and Technical Information (COSATI) report on copyright, and the problems of copyright associated with a report on "Man's Health and the Environment."

    BoxFolderContents61Copyright Grant Proposals, 1968Biological Sciences Communication Project Studies 62B.S.C.P. Grant Material, undated63Draft Grant Proposal, 196764NLM InterLibrary Loan Activity, Pilot Study, 1966-196765NLM InterLibrary Loan Transactions Analysis (PH-43-67-1445), 1967-196866-11NLM InterLibrary Loan Activity Study (PH-43-68-1264), 1968-1970612-18InterLibrary Loan and Reader Services Data (PH-43-68-1264), 1968-1970619B.S.C.P. - Equipment, 196971-10COSATI (Hilton Report), 1965-1968711-12"Man's Health and the Environment:" Copyright concerns, 1969Copyright Legislation, 1961-1976BoxFolderContents8186th Congress - S.REs. 240, 19618289th Congress - H.R. 3142, 19658389th Congress - S. 597, 19658490th Congress - S. 597 8590th Congress - S. 2216, 19678690th Congress - S.J. Res. 114, 19678791st Congress - S. 543 8892nd Congress - S. 644, 19718993rd Congress - H.R. 13364, 197481093rd Congress - S. 1361, 197481193rd Congress - S.3960, 3976, 1974812-1494th Congress - S.22, 197581594th Congress Hearings - S. 1111, 197581694th Congress - S. 22, 1976817Title 17 - Copyrights, 1976Publicity Articles and Clippings, 1966-197591Publicity (Clippings), 1971-197592Publicity (Articles), 1966-196793-10Publicity (Articles), 1968-1975General Articles on Copyright, 1938-1975BoxFolderContents911-15Articles

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    The papers in the manuscript collection "Williams & Wilkins vs. the United States of Americao represent the National Library of Medicine's records of the case. Included are files from Martin Cummings and Scott Adams, the Director and Deputy Director of the Library, and Albert Berkowitz, the Reference Services Division Section Chief. The files arrived in the History of Medicine Division in a jumbled condition, making it impossible to identify the original provenance of the records. Consequently, the decision was made to combine the files into nine artificial series.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Copyright Subject Files, 1958-1982 [series]:

    Consists primarily of the the Director's subject files on copyright. Included is background information on copyright policy and materials relating to various proposed copyright revision bills.

    1 1-3
    Copyright, undated
    1 4
    Copyright, 1958-1960
    1 5
    Copyright, 1961
    1 6
    Copyright, 1962
    1 7
    Copyright, 1963
    1 8-10
    Copyright, 1964
    1 11
    Copyright, 1965
    1 12
    Copyright, 1965
    1 13
    Copyright, 1966
    1 14-17
    Copyright, 1967
    2 1
    Copyright, 1967
    2 2-4
    Copyright, 1967
    2 5-10
    Copyright, 1968
    2 11-12
    Copyright, 1969
    2 13
    Copyright, 1970
    2 14
    Copyright, 1972
    2 15
    Copyright Revision, undated; 1973
    2 16
    Copyright Revision, 1974
    2 17
    Copyright, 1978; 1982
    2 18
    Copyright Commmittee, 1964
    2 19
    Interlibrary Loan Policies, 1970
    2 20
    Information Industry Association - Open Forum, 1972
     
    Incoming Correspondence, 1965-1976 [series]:

    Includes incoming correpsondence, arranged by correspondnents in alphabetical order. Included among the major correspondents are officials of the Williams & Wilkins Co., including William Passano, President, and Eben Perkins, their lawyer; the lawyers from the National Institutes of Health and the Justice Department who defended the library; and representatives of the professional societies which supported the Libraries position, including the American Library Association, the American Medical Association, the Council on Library Resources, Inc., and the Association of Research Libraries.

    3 1
    Abernathy, H.C.,Advocates for the Arts, Almy, Thomas P., American Chemical Society (Robert W. Cairns and B.H. Well), Anlyan, W.G.
    3 2
    American Library Association (Ralph T. Esterquest and Germaine Krettek)
    3 3
    Association of Research Libraries (Donald F. Cameron, Stephen A. McCarthy and John P. McDonald
    3 4
    Barrett, St. John; Berliner, Robert W.; Berson, Robert C.; Blackwell, Thomas E.; Bonk, Johan P.; Bowsher, Prentice; Bravo, Desi; Burger, Charles L.; Burns, F.
    3 5
    Cady, Duane M.; Cahoon, Lunda; Carter, Willard H.; Chalkey, D.T.; Clifton, James A.; Coady, John M.; Cole, John D.R.; Cooper, John A.D.; Corning, Mary E.; Crawford, Susan
    3 6
    Council on Library Resources (Verner W. Clapp)
    3 7
    Davis, Madge G.; Davis, Oscar; Day, Kermit W.; Day, Melvin S.
    3 8
    Dept. of Justice (T. Brown, Thomas J. Byrnes, Joseph Hill, and Manuel Hiller); Dekker, Marcel; Drake, Mayo
    3 9
    Eastwood, Douglas W.; Ebert, Robert H.; Ecker, Arthur; Einstein, Stanley; Falk, Hans L.; Friedel, Samuel N.; Gillikin, Phyllis; Goodwin, Norton
    3 10
    Henry, Joseph L.; Herner, Saul; Hoey, Evelyn; Hogben, C.A.M.; Hogness, John R.; Humphries, William C.; Ingelfinger, Franz J.; Isbister, James D.; Ivy, Robert H.;
    3 11
    Jenkins, Carol G.; Johnson, Barbara; Kao, Irving; Kaplan, Louis; Kaufman, Nathan; Keaney, Kerri; Knoff, William F.; Lamont-Havers, Ronald W.; Leavitt, Milo D.; Lee, Philip R.; Lewis, E. Grey; Lodwick, Lyle
    3 12
    Marston, Robert Q.; Martin, Louis E.; Mason, Ellsworth; McKenna F. E.; Mersereau, Bertram S.; Michael, Max; Mider, G. Burroughs; Miller, Edward A.; Miranda, Robert N.; Norton, Jeffrey
    3 13
    Medical Library Association (William K. Beatty, Harold Bloomquist, Jacqueline Felter, Bernice M. Hetzner, MIldred C. Langer, and Donald Washburn)
    3 14
    Oppenheimer, Gerald J.; Perkins, Eben; Perkoff, Gerald; Pizer, Irwin H.; Plank, William T.; Plummer, Frances H.; Proffen, C.H.; Pye, A. Kenneth
    3 15
    Rachow, Louis A.; Richardson, Elliot L.; Robinson, J.W.; Rogers, Frank B.; Rosenstein, Philip; Ruskin, Eugene D.
    3 16
    Sargent, Charles W.; Schmidt, Helen Brown; Sessoms, Stuart M.; Shaw, Ralph R.
    3 17
    Shimkin, Michael B.; Stevens, Robert D.; Stone, Richard J.; Teatens, Charles D.; Thompson, Robert H.; Tilley, W.R.; Titley, Joan; Varner, D.B.; Wagman, Frederick H.; Wagner, Carruth J.; Walters, John T.; Washburn, Donald; Weil, Max Harry; Whaley, Storm; WHillock, Carl S.; Willcox, Alanson W.; Wiesenfelder, Harry; Wolf, Stewart; Woolsey, Theodore D.
    3 18-20
    Williams & Wilkins Company
     
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1967-1973 [series]:

    Outgoing library correspondence, filed chronologically

    4 1
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1967
    4 2
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1968
    4 3
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1969
    4 4
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1970-1971
    4 5
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1972
    4 6
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1972
    4 7
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1973
     
    Inter-Office Memoranda & Notes, 1965-1975 [series]:

    Inter-library memoranda, reports, notes-to-file, and notes about the case, arranged chronologically.

    4 8
    Inter-Office Memoranda and Notes, 1965-1967
    4 9
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1967
    4 10
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1968
    4 11
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1969
    4 12
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1970
    4 13
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1971
    4 14
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1972-1973
    4 15
    Inter-Office Memoranda, 1974-1975
     
    Legal Documents, 1968-1975 [series]:

    Contains legal documents, briefs, and trial transcripts.

    5 1
    Plaintiff's Petition, U.S. Court of Claims, 1968
    5 2
    Legal Papers, 1968
    5 3-5
    A.M. Berkowitz Deposition, 1969
    5 6
    Plaintiff's Ammendment to Petition, 7/23/70
    5 7
    Report to Commissioner, 2/16/72
     
    Briefs Amicus Curiae, 1972 [subseries]:
    5 8
    Association of Research Libraries, undated
    5 9
    National Education Association, 8/15/72
    5 10
    Am. Soc. for Testing & Materials and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 10/3/72
    5 11
    Authors League of America, Inc., 11/2/72
    5 12
    American Institute of Physics, 11/13/72
    5 13
    American Chemical Society, 12/20/72
    5 14
    Plaintiff's Objections to Defendant's Motion, undated
    5 15
    Defendant's Answer, 9/3/68
    5 16
    Plaintiff's Motion for Production, 10/1/68
    5 17-18
    Defendant's Brief, (after 2/16/72)
    5 19
    Defendant's Eceptions to the Commissioner's Report, (after 2/16/72)
    5 20
    Plaintiff's Brief, 11/6/72
    5 21
    Decision- U.S. Court of Claims, 11/27/73
    5 22
    Petition: Writ of Certiorari, U.S. Supreme Court, 1973
    5 23
    U.S. Brief on Writ of Certiorari, 1973
    5 24
    Petitioner's Brief - Supreme Court, 1973
    5 25
    Final Decision - Supreme Court, 2/25/75
     
    United States Court of Claims Court transcripts, docket no. 73-68, 1974 [subseries]:
    Vol. 1
    Plaintiff's/Defendant's Briefs
    Vol. 2
    Briefs Amici Curiae
    Vol. 3-8
    Transcript of Proceedings, Sept.9-16, 1970
     
    Related Copyright Activities, 1965-1970 [series]:

    Background documentation on theLibrary's copyright and interlibrary loan policies. Also included are materials relating the Biological Sciences Communication Project's studies on the library's interlibrary loan practices, a Committee on Scientific and Technical Information (COSATI) report on copyright, and the problems of copyright associated with a report on "Man's Health and the Environment."

    6 1
    Copyright Grant Proposals, 1968
    Biological Sciences Communication
    Project Studies
    6 2
    B.S.C.P. Grant Material, undated
    6 3
    Draft Grant Proposal, 1967
    6 4
    NLM InterLibrary Loan Activity, Pilot Study, 1966-1967
    6 5
    NLM InterLibrary Loan Transactions Analysis (PH-43-67-1445), 1967-1968
    6 6-11
    NLM InterLibrary Loan Activity Study (PH-43-68-1264), 1968-1970
    6 12-18
    InterLibrary Loan and Reader Services Data (PH-43-68-1264), 1968-1970
    6 19
    B.S.C.P. - Equipment, 1969
    7 1-10
    COSATI (Hilton Report), 1965-1968
    7 11-12
    "Man's Health and the Environment:" Copyright concerns, 1969
     
    Copyright Legislation, 1961-1976 [series]:
    8 1
    86th Congress - S.REs. 240, 1961
    8 2
    89th Congress - H.R. 3142, 1965
    8 3
    89th Congress - S. 597, 1965
    8 4
    90th Congress - S. 597
    8 5
    90th Congress - S. 2216, 1967
    8 6
    90th Congress - S.J. Res. 114, 1967
    8 7
    91st Congress - S. 543
    8 8
    92nd Congress - S. 644, 1971
    8 9
    93rd Congress - H.R. 13364, 1974
    8 10
    93rd Congress - S. 1361, 1974
    8 11
    93rd Congress - S.3960, 3976, 1974
    8 12-14
    94th Congress - S.22, 1975
    8 15
    94th Congress Hearings - S. 1111, 1975
    8 16
    94th Congress - S. 22, 1976
    8 17
    Title 17 - Copyrights, 1976
     
    Publicity Articles and Clippings, 1966-1975 [series]:
    9 1
    Publicity (Clippings), 1971-1975
    9 2
    Publicity (Articles), 1966-1967
    9 3-10
    Publicity (Articles), 1968-1975
     
    General Articles on Copyright, 1938-1975 [series]:
    9 11-15
    Articles