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Abstract

The pride of bibliography is its service to research. It is itself laborious, often pedestrian, a mechanical recording of details or a summarizing of the works of others; but it is an essential tool in the advancement of knowledge, becoming even more necessary as knowledge is multiplied and increasingly specialized.

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GEORGE KENYON, F., TIZARD, H., SCOTT SHERRINGTON, C., ARMAN GREGORY, R.B., ALEXANDER FANSHAWE LINDSAY, H., HENRY BEVERIDGE, W. and SALMON HUTTON, R. (1945), "MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENTS OF ASLIB", Journal of Documentation, Vol. 1 No. 1, pp. 2-5. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb026057

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