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The uses of libraries, edited by Ernest A. Baker
Bib ID 1682021
Format BookBook
Edition New and rev. ed. 
Description London, University of London Press, 1930 
viii, 338 p. illus. 23 cm. 
Full contents
  • The uses of libraries: introductory, by E. A. Baker.
  • On the way to use a library, and how to read, by E. A. Baker.
  • The British Museum, the collections [with a bibliography] by A. Esdaile.
  • The British Museum for research purposes, by G. F. Barwick.
  • The university libraries [with list of collections of special value to research students] by L. Newcombe.
  • Scientific and technical libraries, by A. Gomme.
  • The Public record office and archives, by H. Jenkinson.
  • Collections of manuscripts, by R. Flower.
  • A specialist library for art, by G. H. Palmer.
  • The library resources of London, by C. R. Sanderson.
 
Notes

"Based on a course of public lectures given at University college, London, during the sessions 1924-26."

Subjects Libraries and readers.  |  Libraries -- Great Britain.  |  Books and reading.  |  Academic libraries.  |  Reference books -- Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Baker, Ernest A. (Ernest Albert), 1869-1941

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