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Williams & Wilkins Co. v. The United States Records 1938-1982 (bulk 1958-1982)
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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