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THE absurd notion that people whose daily horizon is bounded by booklined walls are devoid of human sentiments, and that the thrills they experience in the course of exciting research work differ in kind from those felt by the intrepid airman or explorer, can scarcely be substantiated. In nine...
RUMMAGING recently among some old possessions, I found in a cigarcase a grimy double sheet of notepaper with the heading date 3 Jan. 1909. All this Poetry was by Mr. R. Craig I think it Will do Just now. I am a good Drawer as People think. I remain. The poems are on Christmas, New Year, The...
IN an address at the dedication of Brooks Library, Brattleborough, Mellen Chamberlain made the statement that before 1700 there was not in Massachusetts, so far as is known, a copy of Shakespeare's or of Milton's poems. In taking account of the cultural background of colonial America, it is both...
With reference to comment in our last number on the subject of regional library schemes, we have received interesting observations from various sources, of which we can only publish a few. The first is from a high officer of the Library Association who writesIt is suggested that the pooling of...
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