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The Library World Volume 20 Issue 5

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 November 1917

Abstract

It is unlikely that many public meetings of library workers will be held during the coming winter. In London, at any rate, the preoccupations of the time have increased in intensity rather than otherwise; the darkness of the streets is more or less opaque; the train difficulties are very real; and those who might receive librarians at their libraries are loth to keep their buildings open to later hours than are absolutely necessary. The Library Association shows no disposition to hold meetings and the President, whose hospitality made some pleasant gatherings possible last year, finds it impossible to extend that hospitality this winter. The suggestion that an occasional afternoon meeting might be held does not seem to have been made, but we hope it will be considered. At such a time as this we cannot afford to lose any opportunity for an exchange of ideas upon our work.

Citation

(1917), "The Library World Volume 20 Issue 5", New Library World, Vol. 20 No. 5, pp. 111-138. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009020

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MCB UP Ltd

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