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SEVEN YEARS AFTER the Roberts Report comes the Hawnt Report on the public library service in Northern Ireland. This Report assumes that Northern Ireland must develop and maintain library and information services which are not less advanced than those in the remainder of the United Kingdom.
THE RECENT CLOSURE of the last of Boots' Booklovers' Libraries has seemingly brought us near the end of a long and fascinating chapter of library history. I call it a chapter strictly in the figurative sense, as the story of the commercial circulating libraries remains virtually untold, largely...
I ALL READERS TALK ABOUT BOOKS but how many stop to consider how books talk about them The choice of a book is a very personal matter and inevitably tells something of the mind, the interests and the character of the reader. This applies not so much to books selected from a public library where...
THERE'S NOBODY CAN SERVE YOU BETTER with grindstones 62 high than I can do the prices of such size on your key will be 21 guilders each.
THE PATTERN OF LIBRARY PROVISION in hospitals in this country has for over half a century followed the traditional doubletrack of one service for medical staff and a second for patients. Medical libraries range from the great teaching and research collections to the handful of basic works and...
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