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The Library World Volume 30 Issue 9

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 March 1928



WITH the passing of Easier the British librarian enters upon summer arrangements and a new financial year at the same time. There have been no severe complaints of undue financial “cutting” from public librarians; but there has been no very lusty jubilation caused by undue amplitude in appropriations. We may be grateful that in the general Stringency matters are not worse than they are. Our time will come. As for the summer work of libraries: of late there has been a tendency for the issues, during what are usually thought to be the slacker months, to approximate to those of winter time. This is not wholly, or even largely, due to the organization of holiday literature exhibitions and similar “added” activities, but it appears to be the result of increased reading habit. At the same time it must be remembered that last summer was not an out‐door one.


(1928), "The Library World Volume 30 Issue 9", New Library World, Vol. 30 No. 9, pp. 224-248.




Copyright © 1928, MCB UP Limited

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