Delvin relates the story of Clayton Highum's dismissal and Myers' subsequent offer to have Delvin serve as interim University Librarian. He uses other incidents of Myers' interactions with him and a School of Music faculty member to illustrate Myers' knowledge of music and use of others' knowledge as a means to achieve goals. Delvin speaks of Myers' collecting as artifactual rather than intellectual and recounts how Myers acquired a collection of sheet music.
management, libraries, music scores, musical instruments, decorative arts, trains, piano, organ, artifact, library philosophy, collection development, U-Haul Collection, Myers' collection acquisition
United States History
Delvin, Robert and Miner, Meg, "Bob Delvin" (2016). All oral histories. 92.
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