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This paper was originally read to the Johnson Club on 8 October, 1954. At that time I had compiled the index to my edition of the Diary of John Evelyn 1955, but the printer had not yet started setting it up I have also compiled two or three short indexes, for volumes of the Bulletin of the...
Library Association Record, published as this paper was going to press, contains an article by R. H. Hill and S. P. L. Filon entitled The Incorporation of Special Libraries in the National Interlending System, in which a number of proposals is put forward if these recommendations are generally...
In writing about reference books it is difficult to recommend one rather than another unless one knows the exact purpose for which it is needed. This article, therefore, is a survey of the contents and scope of some important catalogues, union lists, and bibliographies of periodicals, and does...
In spite of its subtitle, Heading and Canons is not so much a selfcontained treatise as a new instalment in the author's continuous exposition of his thought about cataloguing. Its main purpose is to examine, in the light of certain general principles, the rules for headings of author and title...
King, A. General Policy of E.P.A. O.E.E.C. European Productivity Agency. Report on the second meeting of technical information officers, 1955, pp. 5965. The information activities of the E.P.A. fall into two categories the exchange of information and the promotion of new developments through...
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