The Library World Volume 32 Issue 10
Article publication date: 1 April 1930
We confess that we get a little tired of the claims of originality put forward by librarians or their admirers, often for things that have been in use for a quarter of a century. The public events diary, exhibitions of holiday literature, this or that form of reading list, library lessons, and what not, all of which have been familiar to us since the beginning of the century, have all been claimed recently by some library or other which is “showing the way.” Originality, alas, is very rare; and the claim might be avoided we think. At the same time, we much prefer the librarian who faces a problem himself, and shouts with delight at his solution, to one who faces nothing.
(1930), "The Library World Volume 32 Issue 10", New Library World, Vol. 32 No. 10, pp. 248-272. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009134
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