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The difficulties that architects and librarians have to face in this subject will arise, not in the enunciation of guiding principles, but in their application. For on every occasion when they have to collaborate special conditions arise owing to the circumstances of the creation and growth of...
In the period between the two wars, Oxford and Cambridge and most of our provincial universities and colleges have either built new libraries or large additions to existing ones. But the library of Birmingham University has remainedas has the university itselfin two sections which are 2 miles...
This paper has been prepared at very short notice. When I was asked to do it I at once examined all the reports of the Aslib Conferences. To my great surprise I found that until the 1945 20th Conference very little mention had been made of it. However, last year two very informative papers...
University and college libraries have the common quality of being academic institutions whose responsibilities consist wholly or partly in catering for students under instruction. There are nevertheless considerable differences between the functions, and consequently between the architectural...
Many complaints have been directed against existing union catalogues of periodicals because their scope and the principles on which they were compiled have been inadequately set out, or not at all. A special effort has therefore been made to draw up a comprehensive code of rules and definitions...
Part II and last MECHETTI. Vienna FOUNDED in 1795 by Carlo Mechetti as a dealer since 1807 in partnership with his nephew, Pietro the publishing firm styled Carlo Mechetti & Neffe in 1809 after Carlo's death in 1811, Pietro became sole owner he was succeeded in 1850 by his widow, Therese c. 1855...
The usual medical library consists largely of bound volumes of medical journals. The volumes of each journal are kept together and are arranged in chronological order.
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