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David H. Wolllman(Geneva College) is the author of PORTRAITS IN

STEEL:AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF JONES ANDLAUGHLIN STEEL

CORPORATION, published by Kent State University Press.


Donald G. Davis, Jr. hasbeen involved in research on the history of the

Society for Promoting of Christian Knowledge, doing a presentationat the University

of Texason "Religion and Empire:The SPCK at 300."Recent publications include

"Arthur E.Bostwick and Chinese Library Development:A Chapter in International

Cooperation," inLIBRARIES ANDCULTURE, Vol. 33 (1998), pp. 389-406 (with

Priscilla C. Yu);reports on "Books, Libraries,Reading, and Publishing in the Cold

War," inFOCUS ON INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE

LIBRARIANSHIP, INTERNATIONAL LEADS, andLIBRARY HISTORY

ROUNDTABLE NEWSLETTER; a report on"Aspirations in Amsterdam...the 1998

IFLA service," inLIBRARIANS' CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP NEWSLETTER, and

"Library History in Amsterdam...the 1998 Program,"in:LIBRARY HISTORY

NEWSLETTER. He is editing the second supplement to theDICTIONARY OF

AMERICAN LIBRARY BIOGRAPHY, an updating ofthe CHRONOLOGY OF

PRINTING, and the second volume of Elizabeth Stone's AMERICANLIBRARY

DEVELOPMENT. He is also on the planning committee for Library History Seminar

X, being held in Washington DC in October 2000 inconjunction with the bicentennial

of the Library of Congress.


Paul E. Michelson (Huntington College) is the authorof one of seven major

country articles (on Romanian history) appearingin Richard Frucht, ed.,

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EASTEUROPE, New York:Garland, 2000, pp. 667-690.

He also contributed biographical articles onIon C. Bratianu, King Carol I, Petre P.

Carp, LascarCatargiu, Ion Ghica, and Nae Ionescu. He also published articles on

"Orthodoxy and the Futureof Post-Communist Romania," XENOPOLIANA, Vol. 8

(2000), and "History as aCivic Option," ROMANIAN CIVILIZATION, Vol. 9

(2000).


Your attention is called to the MENNONITE HISTORICAL

LIBRARY
, located at Goshen College, Goshen IN. The collection has some

55,000 volumes documenting Reformationand Anabaptist historyas well as the

history of Mennonite andrelated groups throughout the world. The library also has

extensive holding related to genealogical studies. For further information, writeto

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