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The Library World Volume 50 Issue 1

The Library World Volume 50 Issue 1 WE begin a new volume of THE LIBRARY WORLD with this number. For fortynine years we have striven to maintain the policy and programme of its founder and first Editor, James Duff Brown to provide a journal for independent opinion to find utterance in for young librarians to make their needs and aspirations known for intelligent, and we hope generally constructive, criticism to be made and for such personal chronicles to appear as would seem to create and perpetuate friendships. Much of permanent worth has adorned our pages and, of course, much that served the passing moment but always, even in the many controversial Letters on Our Affairs which for thirtythree years have continued unbroken, the effort has been to serve and in no circumstances to allow personal anonymous attack. We shall continue in our established course but we hope, as conditions grow easier, to widen our activities in harmony with the necessary advances in library method and practice. We invite the new men, to whom the profession looks for the new heart which keeps its body going, to use our pages when they have anything to say. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png New Library World Emerald Publishing

The Library World Volume 50 Issue 1

New Library World , Volume 50 (1): 16 – Jul 1, 1947

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0307-4803
DOI
10.1108/eb009305
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Abstract

WE begin a new volume of THE LIBRARY WORLD with this number. For fortynine years we have striven to maintain the policy and programme of its founder and first Editor, James Duff Brown to provide a journal for independent opinion to find utterance in for young librarians to make their needs and aspirations known for intelligent, and we hope generally constructive, criticism to be made and for such personal chronicles to appear as would seem to create and perpetuate friendships. Much of permanent worth has adorned our pages and, of course, much that served the passing moment but always, even in the many controversial Letters on Our Affairs which for thirtythree years have continued unbroken, the effort has been to serve and in no circumstances to allow personal anonymous attack. We shall continue in our established course but we hope, as conditions grow easier, to widen our activities in harmony with the necessary advances in library method and practice. We invite the new men, to whom the profession looks for the new heart which keeps its body going, to use our pages when they have anything to say.

Journal

New Library WorldEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 1947

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