The collection contains papers, correspondence, and teaching aids pertaining to the educational and professional life of Eugene
N. Salmon, Humanities Librarian at California State University, Sacramento.
Eugene Nathan Salmon was a librarian and English professor in Sacramento, California during the 1960s and 70s. A good portion
of his life was spent within academia, both as student and educator. His contributions to the library profession consisted
of a number of scholarly papers and articles, and involvement with the ALA’s Library Technology Project. As a student of English
literature, Eugene Salmon helped develop Sacramento State University’s first course on the History of the Book. As the Head
Humanities Librarian at Sacramento State University, he also helped establish an enormous collection of English literature
and materials--many of which can still be found in the university’s library and archives today.
3.2 Linear feet
(8 manuscript boxes)
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