THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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KRESGE, RARE BOOKS:
Announce New Librarian Positions
A new librarian for the Kresge
Medical Library and a new rare
books librarian were recently ap-
pointed, Library Director Freder-
ick Wagman announced.
David K. Maxfield, who has
been working as assistant to the
director, will head the medical
Miss Harriet C. Jameson, who
comes from the National Library
of Medicine in- Cleveland where'
she was in charge of the history
of medicine division, will take over
the rare books.
Maxfield came to the University
in 1956, after working with the
New York Public Library refer-
ence department, Cooper Union
College Library in New York City,
Columbia University Library, and
the University of Illinois Library.
He graduated from Haverford
College, and holds two post-grad-
uate professional degrees from the
library science school at Columbia.
Maxfield is a member of the
American Library Association,
Bibliographical Society of Amer-
ica, Michigan Library Association,
Medical Library Ass o c i ation,
American Documentation Insti-
tute, and Beta Phi. Mu, honorary
society for library scientists. .
Miss Jameson was trained in
the classics at Wheaton College
in Wheaton, Illinois, and at the
University of Illinois. She holds
an M.A. and a Ph.D. in classics
from the latter school.
After teaching Latin and Greek
at Wheaton from 1934 to 1944,
Miss Jameson came to the Univer-
sity where she received a B.A. and
M.A. in library science. She worked
in University libraries till she ac-
cepted the Cleveland position in
Miss Jameson is a member of
the American Library Associa-
tion, Bibliographical Society of
America, Medical Library Associa-
tion, American Association for the
History of Medicine, Medieval
Academy of America, Renaissance
Society, and Phi Kappa Phi.
Harvey W. Patton, managing
editor of The Detroit News, has
been appointed a member of the
University's Board in Control of
Patton will complete the term
of the late Glenn MacDonald, of
The Bay City Times. This term
will end June 30, 1960. A Univer-
sity alumnus, Patton attended the
literary college and a year of law
school before he left school to join
The Detroit News staff in 1936.
He has been managing editor
of The News since 1953. Patton
was on the University track squad
in 1934, 1935, and 1936, and re-
ceived the Western Conference
medal for his athletic ability and
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