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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
CHIEFLY DEVOTED TO
Library Economy and Bibliography
(JANUARY – DECEMBER, 1897)
NEW YORK: PUBLICATION OFFICE, 59 DUANE STREET
What of the future?
The librarian and the importer
Local supervision of travelling libraries .
Methods of children's library work as determined by
the needs of the children. I., II.
The Fisk Free and Public Library of New Orleans
On the literature of library history .
The selection of books for college libraries .
The survival of the fittest among books
A bit of classification : treatment of Harvardiana
The care of special collections
The care of manuscripts . . .
Notes on the government and control of college libraries
The London international conference on a catalog of
Index prospects and possibilities
Some heresies about cataloging
An elementary talk on charging systems.
Advertising a library
Aims and personal attitude in library work
Report of the Co-operation Committee
Report of the A. L. A. Publishing Section
Report of the Committee on Library Schools
Report on gifts and bequests .
Proceedings of the Nineteenth Conference, A. L. A.,
Philadelphia . .
Catalog of bibliographical exhibit
The Post-Conference .
The work for children in free libraries
Methods of work for children: the Children's Library
A notation for books
A handbook of American libraries