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|Size||2.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 23 items)|
|Abstract||From 1901, when Louis Round Wilson became University Librarian, until 1961, the Library's financial records were maintained by the Librarian or one of his assistants. In 1961 the position of Business Manager was created and given responsibility for financial matters. Twenty-three ledger books containing accounts of expenditures from state funds for books, binding, supplies, and salaries, as well as expenditures from trust funds.|
|Creator||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Business Office.|
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From the appointment of Louis Round Wilson as University Librarian in 1901 until 1961, the Library's financial records were maintained by the Librarian or one of his assistants. On 1 September 1961, Charles Schliecker was appointed Library Business Manager (later Assistant University Librarian for Planning and Finance) with responsibility for accounting, budgetary and facilities planning, and the upkeep of library buildings. On 7 July 1975, Alfred Sharlip succeeded Schliecker as Assistant Librarian.Back to Top
Twenty-three ledger books containing accounts of expenditures from state funds for books, binding, supplies, and salaries, as well as expenditures from trust funds.Back to Top
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