Select... "10th Annual Meeting of the Alabama Division of the Southeastern Regional Association of Physical Plant Administrators of Universities and Colleges." "1966 Inaugural Banquet of the Student Government Association of the University of Alabama in Huntsville." "Charge-Out Record for A-V Materials." "Constitution of the Student Body of the University of Alabama in Huntsville." "Faculty and Staff Directory - 1968-69." "Information For Planning Purposes 1968-1969," vol. 2, no. 1. "Information On Your University of Alabama in Huntsville." "Library - Lost Books" list. "Major Library Tools for Literature Searches." "Personal Pledge" card. "Progress." "Reports of the Ad Hoc Committee on Development of the University of Alabama in Huntsville." "Sources of Biographical Information." "Statement Of Expenditures For Huntsville Campus Library Books, Periodicals, And Other Instructional Materials." "The Com Line," vol. 1, no. 1. "The Com Line," vol. 1, no. 4. "The Com Line," vol. 1, no. 8. "The Com Line," vol. 1, no. 9. "The New Huntsville Campus." "Things to Remember for the Successful Operation of the UAH Library." "This is UAH" college information brochure. "UAH '70 Faculty - Staff Directory." "UAH Faculty and Staff 1966-67 Directory." "UAH Summary Statistics-Cataloging and Circulation Departments." "University of Alabama Huntsville Center Library-Information Concerning The Library." "University of Alabama Huntsville Facts for Prospective Students." "University of Alabama in Huntsville Announces The Opening of Fall Quarter September 21, 1964." "University of Alabama in Huntsville Facts For Prospective Students." "View from the South of Scale Model UAH, January, 1968." Cap and gown pickup reminder. Charlie Chambers of Anderson News and UAH Librarian Christel McCanless pose with book crates of donations to the UAH Library. Commencement program for the first graduating class of the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Copy of a handwritten enrollment summary for UAH from 1967 to 1970. Correspondence regarding "the new RSA form 29 which should be used to request books, reports, and reprints of periodical articles from the Redstone Scientific Information Center." Document describing the past of the UAH library compared to its present state and future expansion. Document listing "the joint Army-NASA contribution toward meeting the library needs of the University of Alabama in Huntsville." Faculty members confer near the "Freedom Shrine" at the UAH Library. Fall 1973 Book List. Flier for the UAH Library. Forms for assisting in book selection and receiving acquisitions announcements. Letter from Christel L. McCanless concerning reserve books. Letter from M. B. Spragins advertising the University of Alabama Huntsville Campus fundraising campaign. Letter to Christel L. McCanless requesting she "give generously to the expansion program" fundraiser for the University of Alabama Huntsville campus. Letter to George and Christel McCanless thanking them for their donation to "the University of Alabama at its Huntsville Campus." Letter to give notice of a list of books missing from the library. Letter to the Book Selection Committee from Christel L. McCanless concerning book replacement purchases. Letter to the Book Selection Committee to give notice of a list of books missing from the library. Library return notice for Vitaliy Garber. Library self study questions. List of full-time faculty at UAH, November 11, 1968. Materials related to the 1968 National Library Week open house and recognition ceremony at the UAH Library. Memorandum from Christel McCanless to Anne Eiland regarding the development of the UAH Library. Memorandum from Christel McCanless to Dr. John White. Memorandum from H. Clyde Reeves announcing the resignation of Christel McCanless as Librarian and the appointment of Jean Perrault. Memorandum from Jean Perrault to the UAH faculty concerning the request of books and journals. Notification of overdue library books. Order of march for the academic procession for the May 1968 graduation ceremony. Photograph of library storage. Photograph of officials examining a framed illustration of the University of Alabama Research Institute, Huntsville. Photographs of 1968 "Miss Library" contestants from UAH. Program for the University of Alabama in Huntsville Cultural Series performance of "Curlew River." Statements by Charley Scott to the University of Alabama in Huntsville community. Typewritten draft of a summary of UAH Library collections. UA Faculty Newsletter, October 1967. UAH "Cap and Gown Ceremony" program. UAH 1971 "Annual Commencement" program. University of Alabama in Huntsville Research Institute informational flier.
Select... At the time the UAH Library was located in the Graduate Studies Building (later renamed Madison Hall). The invitation lists individual and group donors to the library, memorials. It also notes a special gift of the "Freedom Shrine," a collection of historic American documents, from the Exchange Club of Huntsville and Thiokol Chemical Corporation. Christel L. McCanless is both the recipient and one of the senders of this letter. In the letter, McCanless writes that the book replacement purchase requests have been received and reviewed, and that publisher's announcements and order forms have been attached to the letter. Includes a memorandum to the faculty from Michael F. La Bouve, Director of Admissions and Student Affairs, which notes where and when graduation will be held, as well as marching instructions. The order of march is included, with faculty and staff ordered by rank and seniority. Includes a program of events as well as degree recipients. Includes handwritten notes from Librarian Christel McCanless and others. Includes notes handwritten by Librarian Christel McCanless. Officials shown in the photo, left to right: University of Alabama president Frank Rose, unidentified, Sen. Bob Jones, and Research Institute director Rudolf Hermann. The anouncement states the undergraduate and graduate majors that will be offered beginning in September of 1964 and briefly discusses registration for classes. The back of the photo reads: "L to R Christel L. McCanless, First UAH Lib'n H. Clyde Reeves, VP and Representative of Freedom Shrine Program given to UAH Lib." The Freedom Shrine is a collection of historic American documents and a program of the National Exchange Club. It was donated to the UAH Library, then located in the Graduate Studies Building (later named Madison Hall), by the Exchange Club of Huntsville and Thiokol Chemical Corporation. The booklet includes a book refund policy and lists all books, titles, and publishers used in UAH courses during the Fall 1973 term. The bulletin includes a summary of degree programs and admissions requirements for students applying to the university. The chart is blank and has room to record the date borrowed, name of borrower, A-V material borrowed, and whether or not the equipment was returned. The contents include:
"Report I. The Nature and Scope of Undergraduate Programs at the University of Alabama in Huntsville,"
"Report II. The Nature and Extent of Graduate Programs at the University of Alabama in Huntsville,"
and "Report III. The University of Alabama Research Institute."
The reports include a list of membership of the "Ad Hoc Committe on Development of the University of Alabama in Huntsville," as well as letters from University of Alabama President Frank A. Rose and development committee chair Alex S. Pow, then Vice President for Academic Affairs of the University of Alabama. The directory provides the name, position, home address, office location, and telephone number of the UAH faculty and staff. The directory provides the telephone numbers for the divisions of the university. The name, title, office telephone number, office location, home address, and home telephone number are given for the faculty and staff individually. The document provides the library hours, library smoking policy, location of library materials, and fines for the loss of library materials. The flier provides information on how to borrow library materials, navigating the library, and who to refer to for help in particular research areas. It also includes a floor plan of each level. The information envelope provides information on the city of Huntsville as well as information pertaining to UAH's academic programs, extracurricular activities, admissions process, and fees. The leaflet provides "Facts About The University of Alabama's New Huntsville Campus" including general information, student enrollments, and projected growth. The letter concerns the use of a reserve shelf for students and faculty used to allow a particular item with few or no copies to be used by multiple individuals. The letter notes that this item cannot be taken from the reserve room. The letter notes that the books were deemed missing by consulting the fall inventory and that the recipient should carefully examine the list to determine what items should be replaced. The letter states that the fundraising goal is $750, 000. The memorandum includes details on the library furniture instillation expenses, budget, holdings increases, and circulation. It also discusses other library activities from the year and problems the library is facing. The Miss Library competition was part of National Library Week. The model shows the future library and the Engineering Science building. The newsletter includes multiple articles describing the growth of the UAH, including cultural events, new faculty appointments, and faculty activities. Also included is a list of events happening on the main University of Alabama campus in November 1967. The notice informs Garber, "Since you are no longer teaching at the university, you are not eligible to check books out of the library." It includes a response from Garber and a note from another librarian. The pamphlet provides information on the University of Alabama in Huntsville for planning purposes. This includes information on facilities, student life, administrative procedures, degree options, course divisions, and the board of trustees. The program include the order of events and a list of degree recipients. The program includes the banquet menu, the program events, and a list of SGA officers and legislators. The program provides notes on the background of the pieces that would be performed at the event and their composers, the program's sequence of events, and the cast, ensemble, and production members. The event began with "The Musical Offering" by J. S. Bach followed by Benjamin Britten's music drama, "Curlew River." The provided information includes facts about the instructional programs, research institute, admission requirements, freshman counseling, expenses, and more. The suggested contributions include funding, journal subscriptions, and reference tools. This document discusses the space the library used in Morton Hall and the Graduate Studies building and states a plan for housing library materials between the two locations. A library fact sheet is attached. This document discusses the types of publications used in information and literature searches, these being bibliographies, indexes, and abstract journals, and provides examples of these publications. It also gives examples of report citations and instructions on understanding them. This document is a text version of the statements Charley Scott made on May 16, 1964 on the education needs and challenges in Alabama. Scott notes that he is addressing "students, prospective students, parents, secondary school representatives, and members of the University of Alabama staff in Huntsville." He frequently quotes Dr. Frank A. Rose, President of the University of Alabama. This document lists the building and section locations of particular book and non-book sources for biographical information on the UAH campus. This document lists the number of books added and circulated in the month of October. This document provides a humorous take on what one must remember in order to keep the library running smoothly, such as having golf scores ready when dealing with the art department and consulting the cataloging department if in need of coffee cake. This document provides the budget and expenditures for the library in the 1963-64 period. This informational leaflet offers answers to questions about the university such as "What is the status of the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH)?," "What sports are available at UAH?," "What is the size and quality of the faculty?," and many others. It also includes photographs of student organizations and university buildings. This is a card used to record a "Personal Pledge" of money for a university fundraiser. This is the eighth issue of the UAH faculty-staff newsletter. It reports on topics including the first interdisciplinary course being offered at the university, summer activities, space environment lectures, and the new library hours. This is the first issue of the UAH faculty-staff newsletter. It reports on topics including Benjamin Graves becoming UAH's first president, an art exhibit in the library, graduation honors, the rowing team, and faculty lectures and publications. This is the fourth issue of the UAH faculty-staff newsletter. It reports on topics including the success of the first commencement exercises, the locations and occupations of UAH graduates, the library's purchase of the Willy Ley collection, promotions, and math club tutoring. This is the ninth issue of the faculty-staff newsletter. It reports on topics including a guest lecturer from the University of California, Berkley, a Chamber of Commerce donation to fund the nursing program, the forming of the soccer club, and the UAH Christmas party. This leaflet contains an itinerary for the meeting as well as descriptions and photographs of existing UAH buildings. The leaflet also notes future plans for campus facilities and the fact that this was the first time the meeting was held at UAH. This lists the missing library books alphabetically by author's last name. This memorandum contains a self-study in question and answer format. This memorandum also contains information about the library staff and resources and an organizational chart for the library staff hierarchy. This memorandum describes the changes in the process of requesting materials for the library to purchase. These changes include a new requirement for a value judgement of the requested material when filling out a request slip. Attached is a chart that displays the selection and maintenance process for new materials. This pamphlet provides information about the General Electric Company's Apollo Support Department. This information includes details about the Apollo Support Department's mission and sites, individual examples of "What ASD'ers do" at places like the Kennedy Space Center and the Merritt Island Launch Area, details on the General Electric Company's competitor the Boeing Company, Huntsville and its campus, individual "ASD People," and personal accident insurance. While the first form is blank, the second form is from Charley Scott with a note to librarian Christel McCanless, noting that he does not need the paper announcements because she is keeping him informed verbally. He additionally notes that McCanless is "doing an excellent bit of work in the library."