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The Library World Volume 30 Issue 10

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 April 1928



THE influence of wireless on libraries is marked. As a method of publicity it is unmatched. On April 20th the new secretary of the Library Association, Mr. Guy Keeling, joined the number of library broadcasters with a talk from 2 LO on “What Your Public Library can do for You.” The announcer said he regarded the talk as a fresh mark of the co‐operation between the B.B.C. and the public libraries which had been so fruitful in the past; and Mr. Keeling made his first real public appearance as Secretary with a clearly Stated account of our ordinary activities, enlivened with humour, and delivered in excellent manner. Together with all those who have any vision in the matter, he looks forward to co‐operation between all libraries.


(1928), "The Library World Volume 30 Issue 10", New Library World, Vol. 30 No. 10, pp. 248-272.




Copyright © 1928, MCB UP Limited

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