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Journal of the Association for Information Science

Special Topic Issue: History Of Documentation And Information Science: Part I
Guest Editors: Michael Buckland And Trudi Bellardo Hahn

 

Introduction
Michael Buckland and Trudi Bellardo Hahn

 

285

 

Paul Otlet And His Successors
The Origins of Information Science and the International Institute of Bibliography/International Federation for Information and Documentation (FID)
W. Boyd Rayward   

 

289

 

P. Otlet's Mundaneum and the International Perspective in the History of Documentation and Information Science
 Isabelle Rieusset-Lemari 

 

301

 

Paul Otlet's Book and the Writing of Social Space
Ron Day 

 

310

 

Development Of Particular Techniques
The Earliest Hebrew Citation Indexes
 Bella Hass Weinberg

 

318

 

The Universal Decimal Classification: Some Factors Concerning Its Origins, Development, and Influence
I. C. McIlwaine

 

331

 

Chemical Abstracts Service Chemical Registry System: History, Scope, and Impacts
David W. Weisgerber

 

349

 

Literature
Journal of Documentary Reproduction, 1938---1942: Domain as Reflected in Characteristics of Authorship and Citation
Thomas D. Walker

 

361

 

History of Information Science in Spain: A Selected Bibliography
Felix Sagredo Fernanndez and Antonia Garceda Moreno

 

369

 

Bibliography of the History of Information Science in North America, 1900---1995
Robert V. Williams, Laird Whitmire, and Colleen Bradley

373

Cover:
A cornucopia from the history of Information Science: Stonchenge, Rolodex cards, old fashioned pen and paper scribbles, ``high'' tech visualization graphics. 9th Century Manuscript, Biblioteca Nazionale, Turin, Italy. Decretum di Graziano, Vatican Museum, Rome, Italy. (Manuscripts courtesy of Art Resource, N.Y.)--Adrienne Weiss, Designer

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