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history:biographies:beckman_ma [2016/04/02 17:35]
tbodak [Margaret Armstrong Beckman]
history:biographies:beckman_ma [2019/02/27 15:33]
lbruce
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 +Beckman, Margaret. (1961). “Experiment in the Use of the Revised Code of Cataloguing Rules.” //Library Resources & Technical Services// 5 (3): 216–20.\\
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 +Beckman, Margaret. (1965). “Size and Library Research Collections.” //Atlantic Provinces Library Association Bulletin// 29 (4): 143–49.\\
  
 Beckman, Margaret and Stephen Langmead. (1970). New library design: guide lines to planning academic library buildings. Toronto: John Wiley.\\ Beckman, Margaret and Stephen Langmead. (1970). New library design: guide lines to planning academic library buildings. Toronto: John Wiley.\\
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 +Beckman, Margaret. (1974). “Library Networks in the `70’s: University Libraries.” //Canadian Library Journal// 31 (3): 197–198.\\
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 +Beckman, Margaret. (1978). “Automated Cataloguing Systems and Networks in Canada.” //Canadian Library Journal// 35 (3): 173–80.\\
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 +Beckman, Margaret. (1981). “Political Setting of Libraries in Post-Secondary Institutions.” //Canadian Library Journal// 38 (3): 145–47.\\
  
 Beckman, Margaret, Stephen Langmead and John Black. (1984). The best gift: a record of the Carnegie libraries in Ontario. Toronto: Dundurn Press.\\ Beckman, Margaret, Stephen Langmead and John Black. (1984). The best gift: a record of the Carnegie libraries in Ontario. Toronto: Dundurn Press.\\
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 Biography file. Faculty of Information,​ University of Toronto.\\ Biography file. Faculty of Information,​ University of Toronto.\\
 The Record, March 1, 2008.\\ The Record, March 1, 2008.\\
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