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[Memo by John Shaw Billings to restrict access to the collection at the U.S. Army Medical Library].

between 1970 and 1979?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photograph : black and white ; 21 x 26 cm

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Earlier, patrons had been allowed to browse freely among the books and journals. By 1890, the U.S. Army Medical Library had grown so large and served so many readers that John Shaw Billings was forced to restrict access to the stacks. Appears in A history of the National Library of Medicine by Dr. Wyndham D. Miles, p. 204.

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<p>Earlier, patrons had been allowed to browse freely among the books and journals. By 1890, the U.S. Army Medical Library had grown so large and served so many readers that John Shaw Billings was forced to restrict access to the stacks. Appears in A history of the National Library of Medicine by Dr. Wyndham D. Miles, p. 204.</p>
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[Memo by John Shaw Billings to restrict access to the collection at the U.S. Army Medical Library].

between 1970 and 1979?

<p>Earlier, patrons had been allowed to browse freely among the books and journals. By 1890, the U.S. Army Medical Library had grown so large and served so many readers that John Shaw Billings was forced to restrict access to the stacks. Appears in A history of the National Library of Medicine by Dr. Wyndham D. Miles, p. 204.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photograph : black and white ; 21 x 26 cm

ABSTRACT

Earlier, patrons had been allowed to browse freely among the books and journals. By 1890, the U.S. Army Medical Library had grown so large and served so many readers that John Shaw Billings was forced to restrict access to the stacks. Appears in A history of the National Library of Medicine by Dr. Wyndham D. Miles, p. 204.

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