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Newspaper Clippings, Programs, Obituaries, 1964 - 1971

 File — Box: Communal Collections 32, Placement: 07, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSF 276, File 1

Scope and Contents

Directs Libraries, Journal and Courier, September 15, 1964. Photograph and paragraph about John H. Moriarty.

Two Named To Library Study Board, April 4, 1968. No other publication information available.

Moriarty Explains Conditions, from the Exponent, no other publication information available.

John Moriarty's Philosophy: Put Books Where People Are, Pierce, Richard L. Campus Copy, January, 1964, pp. 11-12.

Library Staffs To Attend Conference, April 21, 1964, [no other publication information available.]

To This Man...A Library Is Funders, Services, Users...and Books, Purdue People...they make a university great, no. 11, August, 1967, published by Purdue University.

Program - Purdue University Libraries Day, December 4, 1969.

Program - Recognition Dinner for John H. Moriarty, Director Purdue University Libraries and Audio-Visual Center, 1944-1969, December 4, 1969.

Plans for Library Cooperation Move Forward: Midwest Inter-Library Center Incorporated in 1949, Focus, vol. IX, issue 1: January-February, 1989, pp. 1, 5, then 4. Mr. Moriarty appears in a photograph on page 5.

Ex-Purdue Librarian Succumbs, Monday evening, February 15, 1971, [no other publication information available.]

Service for former library head held today, Exponent, Tuesday, February 16, 1971, [no other publication information available.]

Memorial Resolution for John Helenbeck Moriarty, 1903-1971, written by Theodora Andrews, William Corya, Oliver Dunn, David Moses, Rachel Road.

Letter from Orestis Hood to Professor Moriarty, dated April 26, 1968. Concerns the passing of L.D. Miller.


  • 1964 - 1971

Language of Materials

From the Collection: Collection materials are in English.

Access Information

The collection is open for research.


From the Collection: 0.05 Cubic Feet (Two folders)


Repository Details

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