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National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Office of the Director, Donald A.B. Lindberg Papers 1954-2017
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Provenance:

Transfer, NLM Office of the Director, Acc. 2014-018, 2016-021, 2017-020.

Access Restrictions:

Collection contains restricted material. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access.

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Preferred Citation:

National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Office of the Director. National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Office of the Director, Donald A.B. Lindberg Papers. 1954-2017. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 627.

Processing Information

The National Library of Medicine (U.S.). Office of the Director, Donald A.B. Lindberg Papers were lightly weeded and rehoused the materials into modern enclosures by the Director's staff before receipt from the donor; much of the original boxes and folders were retained. Archival staff re-foldered and re-boxed materials in limited situations. In the course of final processing several categories of material were weeded from the original accession and discarded by the processing archivist: duplicate copies of articles and reprints, personnel and other sensitive internal NLM records, and non-pertinent patient records.