Verner W. Clapp Collection

This is a collection of library-related materials for reference assembled by Verner W. Clapp (1901-1972), who was heavily instrumental in the founding of the National Diet Library, was a former chief assistant librarian of the Library of Congress, and the first president of the Council on Library Resources. This library received a bequest of approximately 600 items in 1973.

The bequest is composed of Western language books and leaflets concerning bibliography, cataloging, classification, copyright laws, and materials preservation, etc. "(Annual) report of the Librarian of Congress" from 1866-1971, and Clapp's own writings are included among these items.

Numbers written in 【 】 are our library call number.

Contents

1. How to Search
2. How to Use

1. How to Search

2. How to Use

It is not possible to request materials from NDL Online. Write down the call number for the materials and present your request to the Tokyo Main Library Humanities Room counter.

For leaflets, please fill in the number of the list above in the call number column.

Depending on their physical condition, copying of some materials may not be permitted.

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