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The General Register House, Edinburgh, is one of Robert Adam's finest public buildings it is also one of the first record repositories in Europe specially designed for the preservation of national archives. The building is of solid stone throughout and consists of a basement and two storeys,...
A library's annual report should sound more like a shot than a mumble. The duty or legal necessity that public institutions have to issue annual reports to their governing boards or constituencies has in too many instances caused almost unreadable reports to be duly and dully printed, accepted...
To myself, as it must be to all who love browsing among the delightful annals of literature, Mr. Hopp's devoted recension of The Reader's Guide to Everyman's Library is a peculiar treasure. But it also stirs extraordinary memories for of all men now alive I was closest to Everyman's Library in...
It is difficult not to believe that the years around 1961 will come to be regarded as of special importance in the history of the Library Association the period when a new syllabus and examination structure was finally brought to birth and the parent body given a new constitution. For the first...
For me the earliest number of The Library Assistant still has upon it the silver glow which in middle age belongs to remembered dreams. To our Bournemouth Library in 1898 the modest bantling came, its pale blue cover crowded with advertisements, on the front of binder and bookseller of the...
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