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The Library World Volume 65 Issue 8

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 February 1964


ON April 23rd this year, when all countries in the world will be celebrating the Quater‐centenary of Shakespeare's birthday, the Shakespeare Memorial Library in Birmingham will have attained a majority of one hundred years. Although founded in 1864 the scope of the library was first envisaged by George Dawson, President of the local Shakespeare club in a letter to Aris's Birmingham Gazette of 1861.


(1964), "The Library World Volume 65 Issue 8", New Library World, Vol. 65 No. 8, pp. 253-284.




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