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THE war hit southern England very hard. The ports on the South Coast, from Plymouth on the west to Ramsgate on the east, shared the blows. Their experience was also usually more varied, on occasion more intense and generally more prolonged and with less respite than that of any other part of the...
THE librarian is always alive to cultural affairs whether in the realm of books themselves, or of music, art, or other activities which make life worth living. He is ever anxious to link them up with books by arranging exhibitions, musical recitals, dramatic reproductions, knowing that the...
That all is not well with the Library of the House of Commons is indicated by a document published by H.M.S.O. under the title of Special Report from the Select Committee on Library House of Commons together with Minutes of Proceedings, Evidence and Appendices. Mr. J. V. Kitto, C.B.E, Librarian...
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