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Title
Cataloging manuscripts in Huntington library, February 1938
Date Created and/or Issued
1938-02
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Huntington History
Rights Information
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Description
Two women, one seated one standing, behind a desk in a rather cluttered office in the library building. The older woman on the left is wearing a floral dress, while the younger woman on the right wears a dark sweater with a white collar. Label accompanying photograph in album reads "HEH 117a Cataloguing manuscripts in Huntington Library." MS note above photo reads "Cuthbert Noya." Another version of this image is No. 514, Box 1, Pictures Archives. The label for that version reads "Head cataloger of manuscripts and assistant in manuscript alcove. In 1948-49 some 46,000 pieces of manuscript were processed." MS note on verso reads "HEH117a Feb 1938." The two women are Norma B. Cuthbert, seated, and Haydée Noya, standing.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
Identifier
photCL 107 vol13 pg22 (117a)
42255
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll8/id/95
Subject
Library building. Manuscripts Department
Source
photCL 107 - Henry E. Huntington Estate, San Marino, California
Huntington History, Huntington Digital Library

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