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The Library World Volume 6 Issue 11

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 May 1904



ONE of the chief elements of success in Public Library work is suitable accommodation for books and readers, and it is interesting to note that Mr. Andrew Carnegie has recognised this by granting his money, in most cases, for buildings only. This means that many new libraries will commence with the best conditions as regards accommodation, and so escape the disabilities attaching to some of the older libraries through being housed in adapted buildings. Adapted buildings are rarely a success from an administrative point of view, as I can testify from personal experience.


(1904), "The Library World Volume 6 Issue 11", New Library World, Vol. 6 No. 11, pp. 288-316.




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