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The Library World Volume 32 Issue 7

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 January 1930



We have from time to time suggested that librarians should pool experiences in regard to annual estimates, but there seems to be no enthusiasm for the suggestion. If library work is to develop it must be by gently progressive finance, and nothing helps one librarian more than to be able to point to another who is progressing. We all tend to wait upon one another. In such a matter as salaries, a librarian circulates his colleagues to learn what they are getting; and library authorities almost invariably ask, “What is paid at So and So ?” This is a vicious circle which cannot be broken unless librarians in consultation can reach a Standard. Perhaps the active London and Home Counties Branch of the L.A. will give a lead since the L.A. itself is too busy to do so.


(1930), "The Library World Volume 32 Issue 7", New Library World, Vol. 32 No. 7, pp. 176-200.




Copyright © 1930, MCB UP Limited

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