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Although Herefordshire does not have long traditions of rural library provision two experiments took place in the 1890s. 1 In 1894, the newly founded Colwall Parish Council started providing a wide range of services, including a rate supported library from 1899. The problems of library...
INTRODUCTION To choose 1958 as the year terminating a study of the development of public library facilities in Argyll may seem somewhat arbitrary. The year is chosen as marking the completion of the County Library system as conceived at its commencement in 1946. It was only then that the last of...
In an earlier paper Daniel Hay has described the Wick Library in which his professional career began. In the following short piece, here published posthumously, he considers a number of the readers whose needs and tastes he had reason to study. How far the records maintained in most libraries...
Like the Caithness library, the Airdrie library as a separate entity disappeared in the process of local government reorganisation in 1975. This account assesses the extent of community support in the earliest years of the service.
This brief survey notes new publications which contribute to our understanding of the book as it developed in Siberia. Soviet scholars and librarians have a strong tradition of interest in the study of the book knigovedenie. The rather numerous works which have appeared recently on the vast...
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