Seidell was a research chemist. He was employed byemployed by the U.S. Health Serive. He was a renowned authority on the history of microfilming.
Correspondence, articles, clippings, journals, and other documents on the history of the use of microfilm in libraries. It is related to Seidell's book, "Documentation, Theory and Ideals." Includes a book manuscript of clippings, with instructions for binding.
Atherton Seidell Papers, ca. 1932-1964, Archives Center, National Museum of American History