Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 1 Issue 2

SPECIAL COLLECTIONS IN ENGLAND OF USE FOR ITALIAN STUDIES

W.O. HASSALL

The war cut off students in England from foreign countries at the same time as it awakened an increased interest in their affairs, and, compelling the inquirer to fall…

THE LIBRARY REHABILITATION PROGRAMME OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

HARRY MILLER LYDENBERG

The question before us is the programme of the American Library Association and I shall try to stick to that. I must ask permission, however, to widen the base slightly…

THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON BOOKS FOR DEVASTATED LIBRARIES

DOROTHY J. COMINS

Plans for a campaign for books for devastated libraries are getting under way in the United States and Canada. Since the beginning of the war there have been appeals by…

THE POST‐WAR PROBLEMS OF CONTINENTAL LIBRARIES

MARIA DANILEWICZ

During the six years of war the whole of the civilized world followed with the greatest anxiety the news concerning the fate of continental libraries. It has happened…

THE ORGANIZATION OF MICROCARD PRODUCTION

FREMONT RIDER

My recent book, The Scholar and the future of the research library, discussed the great problem that research libraries the world over have to face to‐day, growth, and…

OUTLINE OF A BAUDELAIRE BIBLIOGRAPHY

ALEC CRAIG

For adequate bibliographical information about Baudelaire's works one must go to collected editions by no means readily available in Great Britain. Information concerning…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden