compiled by Eugene Garfield

1.     Otlet, Paul. Traité de documentation; le livre sur le livre; theory and practice. Bruxelles, Editiones Mundaneum, 1934. 432 p.
2.     Bradford, Samuel Clement. Documentation. 2d ed., with an introduction by Jesse H. Shera and Margaret E. Egan. London, Crosby Lockwood, 1953. 200 p.
        3.     Briet, Susanne. Qu'est-ce que la documentation?
        Paris, Editions documentaires  industrielles et techniques (EDIT), 1951. 48 p. 4.     Campbell, Francis Bunbury. The Theory of National and International Bibliography. London, Library Bureau, 1896. 500 p.

5.     Ridenour, Louis Nicot, Ralph H. Shaw and Albert G. Hal. Bibliography in an age of Science. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 1950. 90 p.

6.     Rider, Fremont. The Scholar and the Future of the Research Library; a problem and its solution. New York Hadham Press, 1944. 236 p.

7.     Bernatené H. Comment concevoir et réaliser une documentation; un exemple pratique relatif a l'organisation scientifique du travail. Paris, Bernatené, 1946. 55 p.

8.     Casey, Robert S. and James W. Perry. Punched Cards; their application to science and industry. NewYork, Reinhold, 1951. 506 p. New Edition Available

9.    Shera, Jesse H. and Margaret Egan. Bibliographic Organization; papers presented before the fifteenth annual conference of the Graduate Library School, July 24-29, 1950. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1951. 275 p.

10.    World Congress of Universal Documentation. Communications. Paris, Secretariat, 1957. 344 p.

11.    World Congress of Universal Documentation. Proceedings, August 16-21, 1937. Paris, Secretariat, 1937. 119 p.

12.    Deutsche Gesellschaft für Dokumentation. Die Dokumentation und ihre Probleme. Vortrage gehalten auf der ersten Tagung der D.O.D. vom 21. bis 24. Sept. 1942 in Salzburg. Leipzig, O. Harrassowitz, 1943. 205 p.

13.    Clapp, Verner. "Indexing and Abstracting; Recent Past and Lines of Future Development." College and Research Libraries, 11:197-206 (1950).

14.     Organization for European Economic Cooperation. Documentation Techniques in the USA: Selection, Reproduction, Dissemination; report of a group of European experts. Paris, 1951. 57 p.

15.    Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences. Symposium on Standardisation in Technical Informati on Service for Government Contractors; co-sponsored by the Institute and the S.L.A. New York. I. A. S., 1951. 41 p.

16.    Korzybski, Alfred. Manhood of Humanity. New York, 1924.

17.    Royal Society of London. Scientific Information Conference, 1948. Reports and Papers Submitted. London, Royal Society, 1948. 723 p.

18.    Shera, Jesse H. Documentation. Chicago, University of Chicago, 1950. 26p.