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Howard Gotlieb, 79, BU curator of archives for 42 years

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / December 3, 2005

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As founding curator, Howard Gotlieb presided over Boston University's department of special collections for 42 years, in the process acquiring the papers of about 2,000 public figures ranging from Martin Luther King Jr. to Bette Davis to Isaac Asimov. (Full article: 1072 words)

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