Fridericus Gulielmus Ratcliffe

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Fridericus Gulielmus Ratcliffe (Frederick William Ratcliffe; natus anno 1927), philologus linguae Theodiscae, operam dedit ab anno 1954 in bibliothecis universitatum Mancuniensis, Glasguensis, Novocastellensis. Ab anno 1965, Mose Tyson successor, fuit bibliothecarius bibliothecae Universitatis Mancuniensis. Bibliothecam Iohannem Rylands, olim independens, in bibliothecam universitatis anno 1972 incorporavit. Ab anno 1980 fuit bibliothecarius Universitatis Cantabrigiensis.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "The Scholar in the Academic Library" in B. C. Bloomfield, ed., Middle East Studies and Libraries: a felicitation volume for Professor J. D. Pearson (Londinii, 1980) pp. 163-178
  • "Archival responsibilities of university libraries" in Journal of Librarianship and Information Science vol. 12 (1980) pp. 71-83
  • The role of the modern university library. 23 pp. Darwin, 1982
  • "Preservation and Scholarship in Libraries" in Library Review vol. 40 (1991) pp. 62-71
  • Books, Books, Just Miles and Miles of Books: across the library counter, 1950-2000. 2007 (de vita sua)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Brian Pullan, Michele Abendstern, A history of the University of Manchester, 1951-73 (2000. ISBN 0719056705) p. 92 Fragmenta