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THERE have been many theories of book selection. I do not intend to venture into the field of selection by algebraic formulae. I have no practical experience of this method, and I believe it to be an arid approach to an exciting process. I want to look at some of the practical problems of public...
While the architect members of the Adam family have been subjected to considerable scrutiny over the years, architectural historians seem to have overlooked the information to be gleaned from the 1883 catalogue of the Blair Adam library, a copy of which is held in the National Library of...
What to do about preparing librarians for handling nonbook media has been the most vexing problem to face the library schools in the past five years. Or has it Janet Andrew's plea that nonbook materials should be treated as what they aregenuine library materialsdeserving of attention throughout...
Within the framework of the Reference, Special and Information Section, the Library Association now has an organisation which can put the views of librarians who have special responsibility for local studies. It has become apparent that the problems facing such librarians in metropolitan areas...
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