TEI: The Legacy Tobacco Documents Library


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Historical MaterialsLegal TextsEnglish (including Old/Middle English)21 September 2007Chris Ruotolo Converted to TEI P5 6 February 2002

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  • Host: University of California, San Francisco
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  • Funders:
    • The American Legacy Foundation
    • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    • Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program

Description:

The Legacy National Tobacco Documents Library (LNTDL) offers integrated searching of tobacco industry documents previously released through disparate industry websites, which are slated to cease in 2008. Through support of the American Legacy Foundation, the LNTDL will maintain this data through a permanent, stable interface.

The searchable data in the LNTDL is comprised of index records, one per document, which were created by the tobacco industry. These records contain both descriptive information about the content-title, author, date, persons mentioned, and so forth-as well as information regarding litigation usage, case names, and the like. Note: the text of the document is not searched. This data was provided to the individual tobacco companies to the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), and given to the UCSF Library to mount the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library.

– LNTDL WWW site

Contact:

Legacy Tobacco Documents LibraryTobacco Control ArchivesUniversity of California, San FranciscoEmail: tobacco-info@library.ucsf.edu