To read this content please select one of the options below:

The Library World Volume 38 Issue 10

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 May 1936



THE June conference at Margate is so near that we must needs be pre‐occupied with it at the moment although two months ago we were able to give an anticipatory description of the programme. The protracted and cold winter, culminating in the most “perishing” April of the century, possibly of any century since the Great Ice Age, seems on the threshold of May to have dissolved at last in warmer weather. Margate is a lady in the sun, but perhaps something else under cloud, and wise people take warm clothes when they visit her. We hope, however, that they will not be necessary and that for some hundreds of our readers Margate air will be an invigorating experience.


(1936), "The Library World Volume 38 Issue 10", New Library World, Vol. 38 No. 10, pp. 251-274.




Copyright © 1936, MCB UP Limited

Related articles