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The Library World Volume 41 Issue 11

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 June 1939



Liverpool Conference was amongst the largest, as it was amongst the most successful, of recent years. In all but the weather it excelled, and there were fine intervals even in that. We publish the “Letters on our Affairs” by our well known correspondent, Callimachus, so far as it covers the first three days; the conclusion will follow next month, with what futcher comments seem to be necessary. The Annual Business Meeting was a little less rowdy than that at Scarborough, but one thing emerged from it and that was the determination of the A.A.L. to survive independently. There is more in this than meets the eye, and discussion on it may be postponed until a calmer mood prevails on all sides.


(1939), "The Library World Volume 41 Issue 11", New Library World, Vol. 41 No. 11, pp. 249-272.




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