Series 1 - David McKnight’s Research: Canadian little magazines and small presses: chronological and alphabetical research records

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David McKnight’s Research: Canadian little magazines and small presses: chronological and alphabetical research records

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1

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  • 1932, 1941-2010 (Creation)
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    McKnight, David

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.80 m of textual records

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David McKnight is Director of the Annenberg Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Prior to accepting the position at the University of Pennsylvania in 2006, he was Director of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library and Head of the Digital Collections Program at McGill University Libraries where he worked in various roles for fifteen years. A past president of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, McKnight is currently founding Co-Director of the Philadelphia Avant-Garde Studies Consortium and a member of both the Grolier Club (New York) and the Philobiblon Club (Philadelphia).

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This series consists of David McKnight’s research files related to little magazines and small presses.
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