Bibliography Errors and Corrections

Errors in the bibliography may stem from three sources:

  • human errors during keyboarding which were not corrected by electronic processing;
  • errors inherent in the source materials;
  • errors due to electronic processes – including the scanning and character recognition of the three previous UIA bibliographic publications.

We welcome all additional materials for consideration in this bibliography as well as comments on content, structure and presentation. Corrections for materials cited here are greatly appreciated as this will facilitate the access of other users to the documents.

In Thanks

The editors would like to express their gratitude to the individuals, librarians, professors, archivists and organizations who shared information with us and provided much appreciated assistance in the development of this section.

In particular, we would like to thank: the former KG Saur Verlag; Dr Alan Fowler and Dr Peter Waterman for sharing bibliographic information with this project; Oceana Publications for their contribution; the family of Lyman C White for the donation of archival materials in support of this project and the work of the UIA; the staff of the United Nations Library in Geneva for their continuing assistance from afar and during visits to Geneva.