Ned Berkeley Jr. and Doug Bakken correspondence
This collection contains the correspondence between Edmund "Ned" Berkeley, Jr. and Doug Bakken, two archival colleagues and close professional friends, circa 1965-1983. The correspondence is a mix of personal and professional topics but primarily focuses on their respective work in archives. Also contained are four pages of Bakken's reflections on their personal and professional relationship that he sent along with the donation of this material.
- Creation: 1966-2019
- Creation: Majority of material found within 1966-1983
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The collection is open for research use.
Conditions Governing Use
Any rights (including copyright and related rights to publicity and privacy) are maintained by the University of Virginia. Permission to publish or reproduce materials in this collection must be secured from repository.
Edmund “Ned” Berkley Jr. worked as an archivist at the University of Virginia and was a researcher-writer/editor. Berkeley was known for his pioneering work on paper clips and their impact on paper in the archival community. His research and work is a topic in this correspondence. Doug Bakken was a Midwest archivist whose archives career was in Nebraska Historical Society, Cornell University, Anheuser-Busch, and the Henry Ford Museum.
.06 Cubic Feet (2 letter folders )
Language of Materials
- Ned Berkeley Jr. and Doug Bakken correspondence
- Lauren Zuchowski Longwell
- 5 July 2022
- Language of description
- Script of description
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