WHEN I left Toronto on the third day of the Conference it was not known how many delegates would ultimately be found to have attended it. Some had still to arrive. More than 1,700, however, had registered, and it was thought quite likely that as many as 2,000 would be the ultimate total—a “record” figure, outstripping even the attendance at the Jubilee Conference at Atlantic City. The other British representatives were Miss Overbury (West Riding); Miss Anne Rankin of the John Rylands Library, Manchester; Mr. G. T. Shaw (Liverpool); and Dr. Lowe (Leicester).
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