Oral history of Charles Baughan
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Charles "Zan" Baughan worked with the Johns Hopkins University libraries for more than 45 years, beginning in 1955. In this interview, Baughan recounts his years working at Johns Hopkins University and the changes he witnessed in the library and the university along the way. Baughan discusses library inconveniences before the construction of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, when there were 11 libraries within academic departments with limited access for students. He discusses the process of consolidating the libraries into one, a project in which he played a major role. This oral history is part of the Mame Warren oral histories series.