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I have been a homeless wanderer all my life, and the books I have liked have helped to foster my Wanderlust, though I fancy heredity must have had something to do with it. My father was born in Canada, and my Macgregor mother was born in New Zealand.
Dr. Ranganathan is generally acclaimed as one of the most original and stimulating minds devoted to the science of librarianship. The fourth edition of his Classified Catalogue Code reinforces that judgement it is a subtle and provocative book.
Spending a few days in Moscow in September 1958, I tried to find out to what extent books by some of the principal condemned writers and politicians of the 1920s are available in the Lenin Library to find out in practice, that is, not merely by general enquiry, but by requesting to be supplied...
Here are the literature references, wrote Bernard. As you are being paid for the article my typist, who has looked up most of the authors and titles for you, says she will want her cut.
Our last three numbers have carried comments on the above subject by eleven librarians, Canadian and British, and we had thought that the subject had been sufficiently ventilated in these pages but the letters we publish below from Mr. Angus Mowat of Toronto, and Mr. Eric Moon of St. John's,...
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