|John Yeates Mann Guide to Records|
About the records
Scope and Content
The John Yeates Mann collection contains reports, brochures, articles and other material used by Mann in writing Aeronautical Research Laboratory 1939-1989: 50 Years of Research and Development for Australia's Defence.
How These Records Can Be UsedResearchers wishing to consult these records will need to contact the State Library of Victoria regarding the access conditions that may apply to specific series or inventory items.
Where material from the John Yeates Mann Collection is copied or quoted the source of the material must be acknowledged.
Preferred CitationRecords from the John Yeates Mann Collection should be cited as [Inventory item number and title], [Series number], John Yeates Mann Collection, MS 13553, State Library of Victoria, Australia.
For citation of the published guide, an acceptable form would be: Gavan McCarthy and Barbara Cytowicz, John Yeates Mann Guide to Records, The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2008 [URL and date accessed].
CopyrightThe John Yeates Mann Guide to Records has been published by the University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre (previously the Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre). You may download, temporarily store in cache and display the material on this web site in unaltered form only. You may also print and copy the material on this site in unaltered form as permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 only (retaining this copyright notice). This guide is the result of serious scholarly research and must be formally acknowledged as such when the guide itself or the records it catalogues are cited.
The John Yeates Mann Collection is held by the State Library of Victoria. The State Library of Victoria manages any rights (including moral rights) in all material contained in the John Yeates Mann Records.
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