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Library Daylight: Traces of Modern Librarianship, 1874-1922

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Library Daylight is an eclectic collection of 36 articles about libraries and librarianship published between 1874 and 1922. These items, most of which will be new even to those most well-versed in American library history, cover topics that are hotly discussed today: library education, women's issues, library technology, the image of librarians, copyright, the tension bet ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published December 13th 2006 by Library Juice Press
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