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The Library World Volume 27 Issue 1

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 June 1924

Abstract

WITH this issue we are commencing the twenty‐seventh year of our career as an independent Library Journal and trust that we shall carry on the tradition of our illustrious founder and continue to criticise or praise without fear or favour. During the past twelve months our editorial staff has successfully produced special numbers dealing with Bookbinding, Book Selection, Children's Departments, Classification, and Colonial Libraries. Judging by the correspondence we have received, our efforts have been greatly appreciated by the majority of our readers. Naturally we have not pleased everybody and we have even been dubbed the “little contemporary” in some quarters. However, we can point to an unbroken record of twenty‐six years' endeavour to serve the library profession and we ourselves are justly proud of the contemptible “little contemporary” that did not cease to appear even during the darkest hours of the dread war period.

Citation

(1924), "The Library World Volume 27 Issue 1", New Library World, Vol. 27 No. 1, pp. 3-32. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009083

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MCB UP Ltd

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