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AbstractCollaboration between public and academic libraries is currently high on the political agenda and has been the subject of a number of research and demonstration projects during recent years. However, this is not a new venture for the library domain. For example, there was considerable...
AbstractScholars have long noted the significance of Allegheny College's original library to American cultural and educational history. This article describes how the books in the original library have been housed and maintained by the college, and traces the evolution of the catalogue of the...
AbstractIn the 1830s the Russian government established public libraries in its provinces. By exploring the ways different groups, such as the noble and merchant estates, bureaucrats and members of the intelligentsia envisioned these libraries, the article situates this first attempt to create a...
AbstractAlthough scholarly attention has been paid to the development of libraries and librarianship in Ethiopia, relatively little research has been undertaken on the part played by international organizations like the British Council and Unesco. This article examines the contrasting library...
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