The Library World Volume 9 Issue 7
Article publication date: 1 January 1907
MANY and sundry are the worries which fall to the lot of the librarian, and the matter of book‐repair is not the least among them. The very limited book‐fund at the disposal of most public library authorities makes it imperative on the part of the librarian to keep the books in his charge in circulation as long as possible, and to do this at a comparatively small cost, in spite of poor paper, poor binding, careless repairing, and unqualified assistants. This presents a problem which to some extent can be solved by the establishment of a small bindery or repairing department, under the control of an assistant who understands the technique of bookbinding.
(1907), "The Library World Volume 9 Issue 7", New Library World, Vol. 9 No. 7, pp. 232-272. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb008898
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