Library daylight : tracings of modern librarianship, 1874-1922 / edited by Rory Litwin ; with an introduction by Suzanne Stauffer.

Contributor(s): Litwin, Rory
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Duluth, Minn. : Library Juice Press, 2006Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 248 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781936117215; 1936117215Subject(s): Library science -- United States -- History -- 19th century | Library science -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Public libraries -- United States -- History -- 19th century | Public libraries -- United States -- History -- 20th century | Bibliothéconomie -- États-Unis -- Histoire -- 19e siècle | Bibliothéconomie -- États-Unis -- Histoire -- 20e siècle | Bibliothèques publiques -- États-Unis -- Histoire -- 19e siècle | Bibliothèques publiques -- États-Unis -- Histoire -- 20e siècle | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General | Library science | Public libraries | United States | 1800-1999Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | History. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Library daylight.DDC classification: 020.973 LOC classification: Z665.2.U6 | L54 2006ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Contents -- Editor's Preface -- Introduction -- The Essays -- Germantown Quakers Check the Spread of Novel Reading -- A Librarian's Work -- Boston Medical Library Dedicatory Address -- Brief item in The Nation on copyright in Germany -- The Father of the American Libraries -- Women in Libraries: How They are Handicapped -- Columbia Library School -- Proceedings of the Fourteenth American Library Association Conference, Lakewood: The Woman's Meeting -- Librarianship as a Profession for Women -- Improper Books
Hear the Other Side -- the 1896 ALA Presidential AddressThe Telegraph in the Library -- Library Cooperation -- On George Iles' plea for a headquarters for ALA -- Wild Flower Show at the Free Library -- The Library: Its Past and Future -- The Library as Social Centre -- Phones Installed in Free Library -- Letter to the Editor of The Nation on “The librarian who reads is dead� -- The Heyday of Librarians -- Note on 1913 ALA Annual Conference in The Dial -- The Region of the Unromantic -- First Aid to the Enquiring Reader -- Some Old- Time Old- World Librarians
The People's Share in the Public LibraryWomen Assistants and the War -- How Far Should the Library Aid the Peace Movement and Similar Propaganda? -- The Library's Primary Duty -- Some Tendencies of American Thought -- Librarianship: A Profession -- The Larger Publicity of the Library -- Human Interest in the Public Library -- Great Reasons to Go to the New SF Main Library -- Libraries Should Provide for the Reader Who Smokes -- Ankles of Library Girls Seized as They Stack Books -- Copyright and the Publishers: A Review of Thirty Years (and Reply)
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Contents -- Editor's Preface -- Introduction -- The Essays -- Germantown Quakers Check the Spread of Novel Reading -- A Librarian's Work -- Boston Medical Library Dedicatory Address -- Brief item in The Nation on copyright in Germany -- The Father of the American Libraries -- Women in Libraries: How They are Handicapped -- Columbia Library School -- Proceedings of the Fourteenth American Library Association Conference, Lakewood: The Woman's Meeting -- Librarianship as a Profession for Women -- Improper Books

Hear the Other Side -- the 1896 ALA Presidential AddressThe Telegraph in the Library -- Library Cooperation -- On George Iles' plea for a headquarters for ALA -- Wild Flower Show at the Free Library -- The Library: Its Past and Future -- The Library as Social Centre -- Phones Installed in Free Library -- Letter to the Editor of The Nation on “The librarian who reads is dead� -- The Heyday of Librarians -- Note on 1913 ALA Annual Conference in The Dial -- The Region of the Unromantic -- First Aid to the Enquiring Reader -- Some Old- Time Old- World Librarians

The People's Share in the Public LibraryWomen Assistants and the War -- How Far Should the Library Aid the Peace Movement and Similar Propaganda? -- The Library's Primary Duty -- Some Tendencies of American Thought -- Librarianship: A Profession -- The Larger Publicity of the Library -- Human Interest in the Public Library -- Great Reasons to Go to the New SF Main Library -- Libraries Should Provide for the Reader Who Smokes -- Ankles of Library Girls Seized as They Stack Books -- Copyright and the Publishers: A Review of Thirty Years (and Reply)

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