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Mary Lee Bundy Papers

 Collection — Box: BRL Shared 011, Folder: 6-13
Identifier: BRL-031
The collection consists of materials on library ethics and medical experimentation on prisoners created by Mary Lee Bundy. It includes an unpublished manuscript titled "Taking the Cut: A Personal Account of a Prison Struggle" that documents Bundy's activism against the medical experimentation program at the Maryland House of Corrections at Jessup in the 1970s. It also contains an unpublished manuscript on library ethics.

Dates

  • 1983 - 1988

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Materials are open without restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Researchers are solely responsible for determining the copyright status of the materials being used, establishing who the copyright owner is, locating the copyright owner, and obtaining permission for intended use.

Extent

0.2 Cubic Feet (in 8 folders)

Overview

The collection consists of materials on library ethics and medical experimentation on prisoners created by Mary Lee Bundy. Bundy (1927-1987) was a professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, College of Library and Information Services. She was also one of the officers of Urban Information Interpreters, Inc., a non-profit organzation that sought to make information services accessible to the urban poor.

Biographical Note

Mary Lee Bundy (1927-1987) was a professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, College of Library and Information Services. She was also one of the officers of Urban Information Interpreters, Inc., a non-profit organzation that sought to make information services accessible to the urban poor.

Arrangement

The collection has not been rearranged by an archivist.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of William G. Wilson, 1990 and 1992.

Related Materials

The University of Maryland Libraries Special Collections and University Archives also hold Mary Lee Bundy papers.

Processing Information

The collection has been rehoused in archival-quality boxes. Original folders in good condition were retained, while other materials were rehoused in archival-quality folders as needed.
Title
Guide to the Mary Lee Bundy Papers
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
Finding aid written in English

Repository Details

Part of the Bioethics Research Library Archives Repository

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