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2.  Presentation of Marcia C. Noyes Award *† 
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PMCID: PMC226351  PMID: 16018062
3.  100 YEARS OF MLA Views from the Bulletin 
PMCID: PMC226460  PMID: 16018069
13.  The Oral History Program: III. Personal views of health sciences librarianship and the Medical Library Association. 
The Medical Library Association Oral History Program uses accepted oral history techniques to collect and preserve interviews with members. The original taped interviews and transcripts are kept in the Medical Library Association archives and made available for research purposes; edited copies of the interviews are distributed through the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, and members are encouraged to borrow and read the histories. Summaries of forty-three interviews provide personal views on health sciences librarianship and the Medical Library Association.
PMCID: PMC226437  PMID: 9803287
18.  The Oral History Program: II. Personal views of health sciences librarianship and the Medical Library Association. 
The Medical Library Association Oral History Program uses accepted oral history techniques to collect and preserve interviews with members. The original taped interviews and transcripts are kept in the Medical Library Association archives and made available for research purposes; edited copies of the interviews are distributed through the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, and members are encouraged to borrow and read the histories. Summaries of forty-three interviews provide personal views on health sciences librarianship and the Medical Library Association.
PMCID: PMC226383  PMID: 9681172
20.  Past presidents I have known. 
This paper is an account of the accomplishments of some of the early past presidents of the Medical Library Association known personally to the author in his career as a medical librarian. It demonstrates the qualities that made these librarians leaders of our profession and also indicates their personal attributes that contributed to the advancement of medical librarianship. It is hoped that the historical presentation of some of the giants of our profession will inspire present and future presidents and other medical librarians with an understanding of some of the qualities necessary to the continuing success of our profession.
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PMCID: PMC226353  PMID: 9578939
21.  Three who made an association: I. Sir William Osler, 1849-1919. II. George Milbry Gould, 1848-1922. III. Margaret Ridley Charlton, 1858-1931 and the founding of the Medical Library Association, Philadelphia, 1898. 
The careers and personalities of the three founders of the Medical Library Association, Sir William Osler, George Milbry Gould, and Margaret Ridley Charlton are outlined, followed by a review of their role in the founding of the association. The career of Sir William Osler is well documented in existing literature, both in medical history and medical librarianship; the biographies of George Milbry Gould and Margaret Ridley Charlton are less known, and this article describes their lives in relation to the founding of the association. The issue of responsibility for the association's founding is explored, and primary recognition is attributed to Margaret Charlton. The author attempts to follow the tradition of Harvey Cushing in his The Life of Sir William Osler in allowing the characters to speak in their own words as much as possible.
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PMCID: PMC226350  PMID: 9578937
22.  The bright thread: the Bulletin's 75th anniversary. 
This chronological review of the Bulletin of the Medical Library Association deals with the years 1911 through 1985. The Bulletin has had nineteen editors, from Marcia C. Noyes and John Ruhräh, M.D. (1911-26), through Susan Crawford, Ph.D. (1983-1986). This paper describes the Bulletin's gradual expansion in size and contents, the initiation of various departments and sections, and some of the pioneering articles. Major steps in expenses, income, and subscription price are given. Important changes in the format and the growth of the administrative and advisory structures are covered.
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PMCID: PMC226361  PMID: 9578946

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