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 Privacy and Access

 

See also the Society of American Archivists' Privacy and Confidentiality Roundtable bibliography.

 

Engle, Karen, "The Boondogle: Lee Miller and the vicissitudes of private archives," photographies. 8.1 (February 2015): 85-103.

 

Gaudette, Marybeth.  “Playing Fair with the Right to Privacy.”  Archival Issues 28.1 (2003-2004):  21-34.

 

Geselbracht, Raymond H. "The Origins of Restrictions on Access to Personal Papers at the Library of Congress and the National Archives." American Archivist 49.2 (Spring 1986): 142-162.

 

Greene, Mark.  “Moderation in Everything, Access in Nothing?:  Opinions About Access Restrictions on Private Papers.”  Archival Issues 18.1 (1993):  31-41.

 

Hamby, Alonzo L. and Edward Weldon, editors. Access to the Papers of Recent Public Figures: The New Harmony Conference. Bloomington: Organization of American Historians, 1977.

 

Hodson, Sara S. "Private Lives: Confidentiality in Manuscript Collections." Rare Books and Manuscript Librarianship 6 (1991): 108-118.

 

Hoff-Wilson, John. "Access to Restricted Collections: The Responsibility of Professional Historical Organizations." American Archivist 46.4 (Fall 1983): 441-447.

 

Hyam, Grace.  “Limitations to Use:  The Problem of Access to Private Manuscripts.”  Archivaria 23 (Winter 1986-1987):  175-178.

 

Miller, Harold L. "Will Access Restrictions Hold Up in Court: The FBI's Attempt to Use the Braden Papers at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin." American Archivist 52.2 (Spring 1989): 180-190.

 

Panofsky, Ruth and Michael Moir.  “Halted by the Archive: The Impact of Excessive Archival Restrictions on Scholars.”  Journal of Scholarly Publishing 37.1 (October 2005): 19-32.

 

Philipps v. Canada (Librarian and Archivist) (F.C.), 2006 FC 1378. CanLII.

 

Sax, Joseph.  Playing Darts With a Rembrandt:  Public and Private Rights in Cultural Treasures.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 1999.

 

Smith, Janna Malamud.  Private Matters:  In Defense of the Personal Life.  New York:  Addison-Wesley, 1997.

 

Tener, Jean.  “Problems of Literary Archives:  A Commentary.”  Archivaria 18 (Summer 1984):  228-231.

 

Whyte, Doug. "The Acquisition of Lawyers' Private Papers." Archivaria 18 (Summer 1984): 142-153.

 

Yoxall, Helen. "Privacy and Personal Papers." Archives and Manuscripts 12:1 (May 1984): 40.

 

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