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There has come into my hands a copy of Annual Reports for Public Libraries, one of a series of Occasional Papers issued by the University of Illinois Library School. It is the work of Madeline S. Riffey, and runs to 23 pages of typescript. I commend it to the serious attention of librarians. The...
In an earlier article contributed to the issue of Winter, 1951, the libraries described were all in men's clubs. In the Forum, I came to a different atmosphere. Here, women ruled and grace abounded. Since the Lyceum Club closed in 1919, the Forum has been London's premier ladies' club. Princess...
This is the most readable and rewarding book that has yet been written on library history. The second half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth have seen almost the whole development of libraries from what may be called the age of the primitives to the present day, which...
Stanley Jast once said that The perfect librarian does not exist, never has existed, and assuredly never will exist, but he went on to add that good librarians do, and better librarians may. I am quite sure that every good librarian hopes that he will one day be succeeded by another who is at...
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