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Americana, art, Shakespeare, theater, medicine, science. The leading rare book men of Northern and Southern California were there, and the excitement of the Fair was much enhanced by the special offerings of dealers from the East Coast and from Japan, England, and Switzer- land.
UCLA Librarian Personnel Notes ]oan Flintoff has joined the staff as Librarian I in the Catalog Depanment.She earned her Bache- lor's degree in history and her Master's in library science at the University of Michigan.Arthur Nebgen, newly appointed Laboratory Helper in the Photographic Department, has studied at Lamar College, in Beaumont, Texas. Inkeri Rank has accepted a position as Librarian I in the Catalog Department.She earned a Master's degree in modern languages and comparative literature at the University of Helsinki, a Mas- ter's degree in education at Cornell University, and a professional degree in library science at the Uni- versity of Toronto.She has worked in the libraries at the University of Uppsala and at Cornell, and has held teaching and administrative positions in several educational systems. Marjorie Shore, a 1963 graduate of the School of Library Service, has been appointed Librar- ian I in the Acquisitions Department.She majored in English as a undergraduate at UCLA, and for sev- eral years was in charge of the children's section of the patient's library at the Medical Center as a volunteer worker.
Resignations have been received from Donald Read, Librarian II in the Reference Department of the Biomedical Library, effective December 15, to accept a position with the Los Angeles County Public Library; and from William Woods, Librarian II in the Business Administration Library, effective January 1, to pursue studies toward the doctoral degree.
Visitors Mitsuo Nitla, Managing Director of the Yushodo Booksellers; Ueo Koketsu, of Ohya Shobo; Shiro Muraguchi, of Muraguchi Shobo; and Shozaburo Sakakura, of Keihan Shobo, all from Tokyo, visited the Oriental Library on October 29 with Muir Dawson, of Dawson's Book Shop, and Sachio Kano, of Los Angeles.
UQi^ ranan UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LIBRARY • LOS ANGELES 2 4- • ■ • Volume 17, Number 1 November 15, 1963 The California-International Antiquarian Book Fair The third Antiquarian Book Fair closed its doors at the Ambassador Hotel two weeks ago.
From all reports of buyers and sellers alike, it was a stunning success.
It was the first time we had seen rare book collectors in masses.
One could, with persistence, work one's way through the throngs to each of the thirty-or-so booths of antiquarian dealers, there to see superb manuscripts, examples of very early printing, handsome bindings, works of modern fine printing, pictures and prints and maps, broadsides and pamphlets and chapbooks, books on California.