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 “David was a prolific author, publishing 75 articles and numerous books, including several editions of his Introduction to the Dewey Decimal Classification and an Introduction to the Colon Classification. Computer assisted cataloguing and indexing were major research concerns.”\\ “David was a prolific author, publishing 75 articles and numerous books, including several editions of his Introduction to the Dewey Decimal Classification and an Introduction to the Colon Classification. Computer assisted cataloguing and indexing were major research concerns.”\\
  
-“In 1972, he joined the School`s full time faculty as a professor, teaching in the areas of data processing, systems analysis, cataloguing and classification,​ information science and communication media. His consulting company ​CDB Enterprises,​ specialized in information systems and library design.”\\+“In 1972, he joined the School`s full time faculty as a professor, teaching in the areas of data processing, systems analysis, cataloguing and classification,​ information science and communication media. His consulting companyCDB Enterprises,​ specialized in information systems and library design.”\\
  
 "David was a renaissance man whose interests included cooking, gardening and theology. Music was a particular interest, playing the guitar and composing. Among his lyrics was this refrain to his library sea shanty: Brockhaus, Britannica, Espasa, Larousse! All hands to the Winchells! The Cutter`s broke loose!”\\ "David was a renaissance man whose interests included cooking, gardening and theology. Music was a particular interest, playing the guitar and composing. Among his lyrics was this refrain to his library sea shanty: Brockhaus, Britannica, Espasa, Larousse! All hands to the Winchells! The Cutter`s broke loose!”\\
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