Theodore Wesley Koch Papers 1894-1941

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Theodore Wesley Koch Papers, 1894-1941

Theodore Wesley Koch Papers 1894-1941

Librarian at the Library of Congress, University of Michigan and Northwestern University, and bibliophile. Correspondence, articles and pamphlets, papers relating to his books and articles, and topical files relating to his interest in Carnegie Libraries, literary forgeries, the work of the American Library Association's Library War Service during World War I, library Americanization programs, 1919-1921, and the library building of University of Michigan; also photographs.

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