Papers, 1941-2013 (additional papers of subsequent years will be added), of John D. Haskell, a librarian at the Earl Gregg Swem Library at the College of William & Mary. At the time of his retirement in 2006, he was the Associate Dean and Director of Manuscripts and Rare Books. Primarily contains post-retirement personal correspondence from 2006-2013, as well as correspondence from his years as Librarian of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (1965-1969), compiler of the Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire volumes of the Bibliographies of New England History series of the Committee for a New England Bibliography (1972-1978), staff member at Swem (1978-2006), and memberships in library and bibliographical associations. The collection includes correspondence of his wife, Mary Haskell, and items from Haskell's childhood.
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05/11/2011. 2011.695 and 2011.719 were received and added to the collection on 5/2011. 2016.167 was received and added to the collection on 10/2016. 2017. 2017.049 was received and marked restriced to the public by the donor. It is correspondence from 2014.
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Source: Gift of John D. Haskell..
John D. Haskell Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary