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The Library World Volume 22 Issue 10

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 April 1920



The Conference of the Library Association at Southport last year was productive of much good, although it was limited almost entirely to what may be called library politics; that is to say, to many matters which have since received solution. This year the Conference is to be at Norwich, and it is not too soon to urge that the arrangements should be made as far ahead as possible, in order that a record gathering, representative of every shade of library opinion and type of library, may be secured. The obvious attractions of Norwich, historical, ecclesiastical and literary, every one who cares for England already knows in some measure; moreover, from the library point of view the town that boasts to have possessed the oldest public library in the country is a fitting place of meeting; and we know that the local arrangements are in excellent hands.


(1920), "The Library World Volume 22 Issue 10", New Library World, Vol. 22 No. 10, pp. 373-388.




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