Information and Intrigue: From Index Cards to Dewey Decimals to Alger Hiss Reviewed by Deane Barker • April 10, 2017 • tags: spies, information-architecture • incredibly well-researched look back at an obscure attempt to catalog scientific papers. Herbert Field was a man driven by a dream, but frustrated at every turn. This isn’t a success story, but it’s worth reading if you love library science or underdog stories. The “intrigue” of the title is a little scattered toward the end, and seemingly has nothing to do with the main narrative, so I was a little confused by all of that. Book Info Author Colin B. Burke Year 2014 Pages 384 Acquired June 18, 2022 I have read this book. According to my records, I completed it on April 10, 2017. A hardcover copy of this book is currently in my home library.