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The backs of books, and other essays in librarianship.

Author: William Warner Bishop
Publisher: Baltimore : Williams & Williams, 1926.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Warner Bishop
OCLC Number: 456618288
Description: ix, 338 p. 20 cm.
Contents: The backs of books --
The Vatican Library; some notes by a student --
The Vatican Library; twenty-five years after --
Book-hunting in Rome --
Should the librarian be a bibliophile? --
A decade of library progress in America --
The amount of help to be given to readers --
Two unsolved problems in library work --
Training in the use of books --
Cataloging as an asset --
The theory of reference work --
Leadership through learning --
Changing ideals in librarianship --
Our college and university libraries; a survey and a program --
The library and post-school education --
The American Library Association at the crossroads --
The record of science --
Fashions in books.

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