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The Library World Volume 53 Issue 20

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 April 1952

Abstract

OUR readers do not need the reminder that 1952 is the 75th year of Library Association history. Some opportunity may be found at the Bournemouth Conference to celebrate this fact, in however modest a manner. The American Library Association, older by a year, celebrated its anniversary at Philadelphia last October, on which occasion Mr. F. G. B. Hutchings represented this country and spoke at a luncheon meeting to three hundred of the guests with acceptance. That celebration, however, appears to us to have been most significant for the comment on the Carnegie library gifts which was made by Mr. Ralph Munn, librarian of Pittsburgh Carnegie Library, in some ways the most spectacular one founded by the great Scot. Munn said:—

Citation

(1952), "The Library World Volume 53 Issue 20", New Library World, Vol. 53 No. 20, pp. 473-492. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb009356

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MCB UP Ltd

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