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FROM Cape St. Vincent our steamer stood across for Casablanca, on the Atlantic seaboard of Morocco. She was small and short of cargo, therefore so sensitive to the weather that it would be wrong to say she made pleasurecruising all the time of sea traffic she could not attempt to soften the...
IT has been said that the ideal library, or for the matter of that, the ideal museum, theatre, hospital or any other building serving a special purpose, should be so constructed as to have to be pulled down and rebuilt every halfcentury, in order to accommodate the practice of new ideas....
STATISTICIANS tell us that since the war the proportion of male births has strikingly increased, and there is a theory that this increase represents the will of the Life Force working to remedy the ravages of the war. One wonders how much the recent vogue for walking, games, nudeculture and...
I BELIEVE America was once called the land of opportunity. It still is so far as librarians are concerned. It has so many more worth while posts to offer the man and woman of ambition. Probably the posts don't seem so very numerous to the hundreds of younger American librarians who covet them to...
MATERIALS are frequently considered as divisible into two classes, primary sources and secondary sources. This view is useful, though not foolproof. In the first class are those sources which yield the very first information on any subject or event. They cannot be ignored. Secondary sources...
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