In this talk I am using ‘research’ in the widest sense, to include methodical fact‐finding investigations and experiments and I am interpreting ‘information and library matters’ also in the widest sense, to include matters which affect our work very much—such as publishing procedure, techniques of writing—but over which those engaged in bur field of research can seldom have much control. I am excluding, however, research mainly concerned with public library matters and non‐specialized information.
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