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WE deeply regret to record the passing of Mr. L. Stanley Jast, which occurred on Christmas Day at his home in Twickenham Park, Middlesex. Mr. Jast had been living in retirement since demitting office as Chief Librarian of the Manchester Public Libraries in 1931. He had resigned his post in...
The introduction of the new Education Act and other agencies for continuing education, including the Service of Youth movement, is an appropriate time for considering an extended use of books and libraries. In this connexion it is most gratifying to note that since the war started and the...
There is no more fascinating type of bedside book than the catalogue of a great private library. Bedside book I say but that is hardly just, for I would willingly retire to a desert island as all the best people appear to be prepared to do these days with a comfortable handful of such records of...
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