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Twentyfive years have passed since the publication of the Kenyon Report on public libraries, and it is time to put on record the story of the Committee which drafted the report, for soon it will be too late.
For a man to have spent forty years and more in public library work suggests to the Editor that there must be some reminiscences which ought to be made available to succeeding generations. My way has been of little moment compared with some whose unwritten autobiographies must be full of pioneer...
The fly on the wheel said, Lord, what a dust do I raise As Secretary of the B.M. I was the fly on the wheel, and conscious that the dust was none of my raising. Dust there was in plenty. A place of such nationaland internationalstanding is constantly straining not only its own resources but also...
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