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Modern American Library economy as illustrated by the Newark, N. J., Free public library, by John Cotton Dana ...

Main Author: Dana, John Cotton, 1856-1929.
Related Names: Gardner, Blanche. , Connolly, Louise 1862-1927., Colegrove, Mabel Eloise Dart. , McVety, Margaret A. , McKnight, Elizabeth B. , Bacon, Corinne 1865-1944., Harron, Julia Augusta Scofield. , Thompson, Grace b. 1874., Gilson, Marjary Lawrence. , Ball, Sarah B. , Van de carr, Sara Cleveland 1879-
Language(s): English
Published: Woodstock, Vt. : The Elm tree press, 1912 [1908]-18.
Subjects: Newark Public Library.
Library science.
Note: In contents of v. 2, the numbering by parts and sections (found in numbers issued 1913-16 only) is not here indicated. "Aids in high school teaching," v. 2, is wrongly paged, bearing the same paging as "How to use a library," which it should follow.
Designed to form two volumes. 22 pamphlets were issued. Vol. 1 (1912) was issued in 6 parts (13 sections) 1908-1912, each section with special t.-p. and double paging, and one, Rules for branch libraries, without series title or double paging, but considered as a part of this collection in place of "Management of branch libraries," announced as "In press" in 1918, but not published.
Part of plates printed on both sides.
Physical Description: 2 v. illus. (incl. plans, forms) plates, diagrs. 23 cm.
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