Accession A2010-050 - Canadian Association of Law Libraries accrual

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Canadian Association of Law Libraries accrual

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  • Textual record
  • Sound recording
  • Records in Electronic Form

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CA UMASC MSS 337-A2010-050

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  • 1972-2011 (Creation)

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2.25 m of textual records, 5 audio cassettes, 5 floppy disks, 6 Compact Disks

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Custodial history

From the 1980’s to the mid-1990’s, early CALL records were housed in both the York University Library and the National Archives. Records from the York University Library were then transferred to the National Office in Kingston. In 2005 CALL materials from the National Archives were sent to the E.K. Williams Law Library and in 2010 the National Office documents joined them. By the summer of 2010 all CALL records reached the University of Manitoba Archives.

Scope and content

Accrual consists of materials compiled by CALL members. CALL materials include executive correspondence, publications, initiative projects, financial information, records pertaining to awards and scholarships, and records pertaining to the INFOLEX survey. In addition to textual materials, the fonds includes 5 audio cassette tapes.

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Access to some materials may be restricted. Users must abide by relevant copyright legislation.

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Inventory and finding aid prepared by Alanna MacIsaac (2012)

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