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BIBLIOGRAPHY 



OF 



LIBRARY ECONOMY 

A Classified Index to the Professional Periodical Literature 

relating to Library Economy, Printing, Methods of Publishing, 

Copyright, Bibliography, etc. 



BY 

H. G. T. CANNONS, 

Borough Librarian, Finsbury, London. 



XonDon; 

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COLONIAL HOUSE, TOOLEY STREET, S.E. 

1910. 



PREFACE. 

One of the most striking features of the Twentieth Century Librarian's 
work is its diversity. The Library field is so large and the different branches 
so intricately connected, that it is no easy task for him to keep in touch with 
the latest developments in library science, the necessity and importance of 
which cannot be over-estimated. 

To the modern Librarian economy of time and concentration of resources 
are vital. 

The most important medium for the dissemination of technical informa- 
tion concerning Librarianship is undoubtedly the professional press and 
associated with it, the Transactions of the various Bibliographical Societies, 
the two enabling the Librarian to acquire that intimate knowledge of current 
progress so essential to effective and efficient administration. Certain it is 
that the remarkable advance in Library work which has been made during 
the past thirty-three years would not have been possible but for these 
channels of intercommunication for the exchange of new ideas or the 
recording of fresh experience. 

Students of special subjects constantly require to collect all available 
information concerning the question in which they are interested. Reference 
to past work is indispensable, for it not only serves to indicate what has 
already been accomplished and thus prevents much waste of time and energy 
in reinvestigating already explored paths, but what is more important, the 
failure of others, frequently suggests improvements, that without such 
knowledge would never be realized. 

The enormous and constantly increasing stream of professional period- 
ical literature renders it impossible for any one individual to keep in touch 
with all that is likely to be of service to him. Even with the annual indexes 
and other aids, hours of wearying search are often required to unearth an 
article, the general subject or the most valuable details of which, are more 
strongly impressed upon the memory than the title under which it is indexed. 
It is indeed difficult for the student of library economy to obtain the 
full value of the professional literature — Firstly, because at present he has 
no means of ascertaining expeditiously what work has been done or what 
articles published which may be of value to him ; and secondly because he 
cannot readily find again what he may have already consulted. 

Mr. Frederick Teggart states in a note attached to his article on 
" Library literature in England and the United States during the Nineteenth 
Century," Library J ouynal, Vol. 26, i8gi, pp. 257-261. 

" It is to be regretted that with all the facilities of College courses 
" and Library Schools, the elementary necessity of a Bibliography of 
" Library Economy has not been supplied — There have been various 
"attempts — The ' Report on Libraries' (1876) pp. 733-744, and Mr. 
" E. R. Nicholson's ' List of some leading subjects connected with 
" Library formation and management,' published in the Transactions 
" of the First Conference of Librarians (1877) PP- 208-211, 248-249, and 
" also in the Library Journal, Vol. i, pp. 399-401 are now very inade- 
" quate." 
Mr. Teggart in concluding his valuable resume of the Literature of 
Library Economy, says : — 

" At the conclusion of the first half century of modern democratic 
" Library movement, we find the profession with a very much en- 
" larged experience, with a great body of valuable but undigested 
"literature, and awaiting three important pieces of work: (i) A 
" Bibliography of Library Science ; (2) A Descriptive appraisal of 
" our Library resources ; (3) A Systematic summing up of our pro- 
" fessional experience and knowledge." 



4 PREFACE 

Mr. W. D. Johnston, of the Library of Congress, in his " Suggestions 
for a Year-Book of Library Literature," Library Journal, Vol. 29, 1904, 
pp. 126-127, writes as follows :— 

" The first requisite of the progress of Library science, as of all 

" sciences, is a permanent and systematic record. This has been 

" recognised in the establishment of numerous Journals devoted to 

" Library interests and Bibliography, but with all these, there is no 

" publication devoted to Library literature — and suggests the com- 

" pilation of a Classified List of books and articles in Magazines 

" relating to Libraries and Library administration." 

This has to some extent been met by the publication in 1905 of" Library 

Work : a quarterly Bibliography and digest of Library Literature," by the 

H. W. Wilson Co., Minneapolis, U.S.A., and Mr. Arthur E. Bostwick, 

Ph.D., Chief Librarian of the St. Louis Public Library, with the select 

list of references appended to his work, entitled " The American Public 

Library," published by Appleton & Co., April, 1910, pp. 394; and on this 

side of the Atlantic by the " Guide to Librarianship," by Mr. James Duff 

Brown, Chief Librarian of Islington. 

The present volume is the result of the first systematic attempt to 
index the whole range of literature in the English language published in 
the Library periodical press, indexing as it does, every article relating to 
Library history and administration. Library Associations, Commissions, 
Conferences and Schools, Biographical notices of Librarians, Classification, 
Cataloguing, Office routine, Mechanical accessories and aids. Heating, 
Lighting, Ventilation and the various contributory branches of knowledge ; 
Binding, Paper, Museum and Lecture work ; Practical and Historical 
Printing ; Book selection and the various aids thereto ; Bibliography, Methods 
of Publishing, Copyright and the numerous subjects either directly or indirectly 
connected with the work of National, Public, Proprietary and Private 
Libraries and Museums. 

Undoubtedly many of the best things that have been written on the 
various branches of the profession are hidden away, in the back numbers of 
periodicals, and the compiler hopes this volume will render them more easily 
accessible, and thus prove a valuable help to every Bibliothecal student. 

In the compilation of this Bibliography, the original articles appearing 
in the various professional journals have been consulted and the entries 
made from the contents of the papers, not merely from their headings, the 
first and last pages being given in order to show the scope of the paper. 

Recognising the value of such a Bibliography to Librarians and 
students of Librarianship, in November, 1907, the compiler >Dffered to 
present the rights of the European sales of the volume to the Library 
Association of the United Kingdom, but owing to insufficient support, the 
Council were unable to proceed with its publication, and as there appeared 
to be no prospect of the work being produced under the auspices of the 
Association in the immediate future, this offer had reluctantly to be 
withdrawn and the publication undertaken as a private commercial venture. 
The size of the work has materially increased since the Council of the 
Library Association first considered it, as it now comprises over 15,000 
entries arranged in a classified logical sequence, under i,goo subject headings, 
entries being placed in order of date to present the subject in its historical 
aspect ; the whole being preceded by an elaborate and detailed scheme of 
classification, specially prepared for the work, and an alphabetical subject 
index comprising over 2,500 direct references. It thus forms a Classified 
Bibliography to all articles appearing in the professional publications 
during the period 1876- 1909. 

It is a recognised fact that many Library Committees and Librarians, 
owing to the lack of suitable information, waste much time and money in 
finding suitable places to obtain their supplies — To overcome this a repre- 
sentative selection of firms specialising in supplies used in Library 



PREFACE 



administration are entered under the various subject heads, immediately 
following the literature indexed. By this means hints may be gained where 
various kinds of books may be procured, where books and periodicals may 
be bound, where Library furniture, stationery, records and supplies of every 
description may be obtained, the whole forming a permanent Directory of 
Library Furnishers, whether in fixtures, stationery, books or other ac- 
cessories. 

Notwithstanding the enormous task connected with its compilation, the 
compiler does not seek to make profit from the sale of the publication and 
the price has therefore been fixed as low as possible in order to bring the 
work within the reach of all engaged in Library work. 

It should be distinctly understood that the Classification Scheme 
attached, although fairly comprehensive, does not aspire to cover the whole 
field of Librarianship and its allied topics, its object being merely to provide 
a classified key to the subjects represented in the body of the work. Where 
the key to the classification may not clearly indicate the position of special 
topics, the full alphabetical subject index should be consulted. It is hoped 
this will meet the needs of all inquirers. 

Everything consistent with clearness has been done to insure condensa- 
tion and brevity with reference to the various periodicals and journals indexed. 
For key to the abbreviations, see overleaf. 

The compiler desires to acknowledge the encouragement during the 
progress of the work from the numerous letters of appreciation he has 
received from American Librarians. 

He is indebted to Professor iVksel G. S. Josephson, of Chicago, for 
the references to articles appearing in the Proceedings of the Bibliographical 
Society of America, and the Year-Book of the Bibliographical Society of 
Chicago; and also to Doctor H. M. Barlow, of the Library of the Royal 
College of Physicians, for those articles published in the official or|an of the 
Association of Medical Librarians. To both of these gentlemen, he desires 
to tender an expression of his sincere thanks. 



H. G. T. CANNONS. 



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Skinner St., Clerkenwell, E.C. 
Novemhcv, 1910. 




Abbreviations of Publications Indexed. 



A. L. A. Bull — Bulletin of the American Library Association. 
An Leab — An Leabharlann. 

Bib Scty of Amer Proc — Bibliographical Society of America; Proceedings. 
Bib Scty of Chic Yrbk — Bibliographical Society of Chicago : Year-Book. 
Bib Scty Trans— Bibliograpical Society of London : Transactions. 

B. A. R. — Book Auction Records. 

Cal News Notes — California Libraries : News Notes of. 

Conn P. L. D. — Connecticut Public Library Document. 

Del S. L, C. Hdbk— Delaware State Library Commission Handbook (1904) 

Greenwood's " Pubjic Libraries," 1894. 

Greenwood's "Year-Book," 1897, 1900-or. 

Ind L. C. 5th Biennial Rept — Indiana Public Library Commission, 5th Biennial Report, 

1909 
Ind. S. L. C. Bull — Indiana State Library Commission Bulletin. 

International Conferences : — 
ist Int Conf — ist International Conference of Librarians, 1877. 
2nd Int Conf — 2nd International Conference of Librarians, 1897. 

U. S. Rept 1892-93 — World's Columbian Exposition (U. S. Government Report, 1892-93, 

Vol. I). 
la Lib C. Q. — Iowa Library Commission Quarterly. 
Kans City L. Q- — Kansas City, Missouri, Library Quarterly. 
L. — Library. 

L. (N. S.) — Library (New Series). 
L. A. — Library Assistant. 

L. A. M. N. — Library Association Monthly Notes. 
L. A. R. — Library Association Record. 
L. A. Trans — Library Association Transactions. 
L. A. Yrbk — Library Association Year-Book, 1891-1909. 
L. A. of Austral Proc — Library Association of Australasia : Proceedings. 
L. C. — Library Chronicle. 
L. J. — Library Journal. 

Lib of Congress Repts — ^Library of Congress ; Reports of the Librarian. 
L. N. (U. S.)— Library Notes (Edited by Melvil Dewey). 
Lib Occ — Library Occurrent. 
Lib Work — Library Work. 
L. W.— Library World. 
Lit Yrbk — Literary Year-Book. 

Medical Lib & Hist Jnl — Medical Library and Historical Journal. 
Minn L. C. N. — Minnesota Public Library Commission Notes. 

Minn, la & Wis L. C. Hdbk — Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin Library Commission 

Hand-Book. 
Neb Lib Bull — Nebraska Library Commission Bulletin. 
N. Y. S. L. Repts — New York State Library Reports. 
N. Y. L.— New York Libraries. 
Ohio Bull— Ohio State Library Bulletin. 

Penn L. Comm Bull — Pennsylvania Library Commission Bulletin. 
Penn Lib Notes — Pennsylvania Library Notes. 
P. L. — Public Libraries. 

U. S. Govt. Repts — United States Commission of Education: Annual Reports. 
Vt. L. C. Bull — Vermont Library Commission Bulletin, 
Wash L. A. Bull — Washington Library Association Bulletin, 
Wis L. Bull — Wisconsin Library Association Bulletin. 



Key to the Classification. 



Where the Key to the Classification may not clearly indicate the 
position of special topics, the full index of subjects should be consulted. 
It is hoped this will meet the needs of all inquirers. 



Class A— Library Associations, Clubs, Commissions, Schools, 

and Conferences. 



A I 


Associations, Clubs, etc., General. 






Associations, State Library Asso- 


A 2 


Special, American Library As- 






ciations of America, contd. — 




sociation — H istorical. 


A 


41 


Indiana — Constitution. 


A 3 


Constitution. 


A 


42 


Report of Meetings. 


A 4 


Charter. 


A 


43 


Iowa— Historical Sketch. 


A 5 


Aims and Purposes. 


A 


44 


Report of Meetings. 


A 6 


Council. 


A 


45 


Kansas. 


A 7 


Executive Board. 


A 


46 


Kentucky. 


A 8 


Committees. 


A 


47 


Ke3'Stone. 


A 9 


Trustee's Section. 


A 


48 


Maine. 


A 10 


Treasurer's Report. 


A 


49 


Massachusetts. 


A II 


Past Officers. 


A 


50 


Western. 


A 12 


(Jfficers. 


A 


51 


Michigan. 


A 13 


Membership. 


A 


52 


Minnesota. 


A 14 


Membership Necrology. 


A 


53 


Missouri. 


A 15 


Headquarters. 


A 


54 


Montana. 


A i6 


Affiliation with Kindred 


A 


55 


Nebraska. 




Associations. 


A 


56 


New England. 


A 17 


American Library Institute. 


A 


57 


New Hampshire. 


A 18 


National Educational Asso- 


A 


58 


New Jersey. 




ciation. 


A 


59 


New York State. 


A ig 


Association of State Libra- 


A 


60 


Ohio. 




rians. 


A 


61 


Oklahoma. 


A 20 


National Association of 


A 


62 


Oregon. 




State Librarians. 


A 


62- 


I Pacific North West. 


A 21 


Association of Law Libra- 


A 


63 


Pennsylvania, Western. 




ries. 


A 


64 


Rhode Island. 


A 21- 


[ Special Libraries Associa- 


A 


65 


Tennessee. 




tion. 


A 


66 


Texas. 


A 22 


State and Local Associa- 


A 


67 


Vermont. 




tions — General. 


A 


68 


Virginia. 


A 23 


State Library Associations of 


A 


69 


Washington. 




America, Special, Alabama. 


A 


70 


Washington (D.C.) 


A 24 


CaUfornia — Historical Sketch. 


A 


71 


Wisconsin — Historical Sketch 


A 25 


Constitution. 


A 


72 


Reports of Meeting. 


A 26 


Members. 


A 


73 


Northern Travelling. 


A 27 


Publications. 


A 


74 


Library Clubs of America — 


A 28 


Allied Organisations. 






General 


A 29 


Report of Meetings. 


A 


75 


Special, Ann Arbor. 


A 30 


Southern California. 


A 


76 


Bay Path. 


A 31 


Carolina, North. 


A 


77 


Buffalo 


A 32 


South. 


A 


78 


Cape Cod. 


A 3i 


Colorado. 


A 


79 


Chicago. 


A 34 


Connecticut. 


A 


80 


Round Table. 


A 35 


Dakota, North. 


A 


80- 


I Columbia, Mo. 


A 36 


South. 


A 


80- 


2 Columbus, Ohio. 


A 37 


District of Columbia. 


A 


81 


Des Moines. 


A 38 


Florida. 


A 


82 


Fox River Valley. 


A 39 


Georgia. 


A 


83 


Hudson River. 


A 40 


Illinois. 


A 


84 


Indianapolis. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



A 85 
A 86 

A 87 
A 87-: 
A 88 
A 89 
A 90 
A 91 
A 92 
A 93 
A 94 
A 95 
A 96 

A 97 
A 98 

A 99 
A 100 
A loi 
A 102 



103 

104 

^05 

[06 

[07 

[08 

[09 

:io 

II 

:i2 

.12- 

13 

14 

15 

:i6 

:i8 

:i9 

[20 

[21 
[22 

[23 
[23- 
[24 

C25 
[26 

[27 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 



Library Clubs of America- 
Indianapolis, Round Table. 
Indiana, Northern and South- 
ern Michigan. 
Iowa City. 
I Kansas City. 

Lincoln, Nebraska. 
Long Island. 
Maine, Eastern. 
Massachusetts. 
Milwaukee. 
Mohawk Valley. 
Monongahcla Valley 
Nashville. 
New York. 
Central. 
Pennsylvania. 
Southern Tier. 
Twin City. 
Worcester, Southern. 
Library Commission of America 
— General. 
League of Librar}- Commis- 
sions. 
Library Commissions. 
Special, Alabama. 
Carolina, North. 
Colorado. 
Connecticut. 
Dakota, North. 
Delaware. 
Denver. 
Georgia. 
Idaho. 
I Illinois. 
Indiana. 
Iowa. 
Kansas. 
Maine. 

Maryland, State. 
Massachusetts. 
Michigan. 
Minnesota. 
Missouri. 

Nebraska — Historical Sketch 
I Reports of Meetings. 

New England. 
New Hampshire. 
New Jersey. 

New York (Public Library 
Division of the University). 
[28 Ohio 

[29 Oregon. 

[30 Pennsylvania. 

[31 Philadelphia. 

[31-1 Tennessee. 
[31-2 Texas. 
[32 Vermont. 

[33 Washington. 

[34 Wisconsin. 

[35 Library Schools of America — 

General. 
[36 Special, Alabama Summer 

School. 
[37 Amherst Summer School. 

38 Atalanta Carnegie Library 

Training School. 



Library Schools of America — 
A 139 Armour Institute Library 

Class. 

California Summer School. 

Chautauqua Summer School. 

Cleveland Summer School. 

Colorado State Normal 
School. 

Columbian College Library 
School. 

Drexel Institute Library 
Class. 

Forbes Library Summer 
School. 

Illinois University Library 
School. 

Indiana Library School. 
Summer School. 

Iowa Summer School. 

Los Angelos P.L. Training 
Class. 

Maine State College Library 
School. 

McGill University Summer 
School. 

Michigan Summer School. 

Minnesota University Lib- 
rary School. 

Missouri University Summer 
Course. 

Montana University Library 
Class. 

Nebraska University Sum- 
mer School. 

New Jersey Summer School. 

New York Circulating Li- 
brary Training Class. 

New York State Library 
School. 
Library Summer School. 

Ohio State Universitj' Sum-, 
mer School. 

Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library 
Training Class for 
Children's Librarians. 

Pratt Institute Library 
School. 

Simmons College Library 
School. 

Springfield (Mass.) City 
Training Class. 

Syracuse University Library 
School. 

Washington School of 
Library Science. 

Washington University Sum- 
mer School. 

Western Reserve University 
Library School. 

Winona School for Libra- 
rians. 

Wisconsin University Sum- 
mer School. 
Library School. 

W'yoming University Siun- 
mer School. 
A 176 Library Association of Ontario, 

Canada. 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 



A 177 



A 

A 

A 

A 
A 

A 
A 

A 

A 

A 
A 

A 
A 
A 
A 
A 200 

A 201 
A 202 
A 203 

A 204 
A 205 
A 206 
A 207 
A 208 
A 209 



Library Association of Aberdeen, 

Canada. 
Library Association of tlie United 
Kingdom — Historical Sketch. 
Constitution. 
Charter. 

Aims and Pui-poses. 
Council. 
Committees. 
Treasurer's Reports. 
Officers. 
Membership. 

Affiliations with kindred Asso- 
ciations. 
Birmingham and District 

Library Association. 
Bristol and Western District 

Branch. 
Librarians of the Mersey 

District. 
North Midland Library 

Association. 
North -Western Branch. 
Northern Counties Library 
Association. 
Society of Public Librarians. 
I Medical Library Association, 
England. 
Irish Rural Library Asso- 
ciation. 
Public Libraries Association 

(Ireland). 
Scottish Library Association. 
Library Club. English — Pseu- 
donyms. 
Library Schools, English. 
I Liverpool. 
■2 Manchester. 
■3 Wigan. 

Library Assistants' Association. 
Historical Sketch. 
Constitution. 
Meetings. 
Proposed Affiliation with the 

L.A.U.K. 
Branches, General. 
Special, Newcastle. 

Manchester and District. 
North Eastern. 
North Western. 
Northumberland and Dur- 
ham. 



A 


210 


A 


211 


A 


212 


A 


213 


A 


214 


A 


214 



A 215 



Library Assistants' Association, 
Branches. 
Yorkshire. 
South Wales. 
Ireland. 
Library Association, Denmark. 

France. 
[ Germany— Library School at 
Berlin. 
Sweden — Summer School in 
Library Science, Stock- 
holm. 
A 2 1 5- 1 Italy — Association for Promo- 
tion of Libraries. 
A 216 Australa.sia. 
A 217 Conferences, General. 
A 218 Special, America. 

A 219 Presidential Addresses. 

A 220 State Librarians. 

A 221 Inter-State. 

A 222 Bi- State. 

A 223 " Library Week." 

A 224 Congressof Women Libra- 

rians. 
A 225 Law Librarians. 

A 226 Canada, Ontario. 

A 227 Aberdeen. 

A 228 United Kingdom. 

A 229 Presidential Addresses. 

A 230 France. 

A '231 Germany. 

A 232 Italy. 

A 233 South Africa. 

A 234 Australasia. 

A 235 International. 

A 236 Library Periodicals, American, 

General. 
A 237 Special, American Library 

Association. 
A 238 Independent Organ. 

A 239 State and Local Association 

Organs. 
A 240 Library Association of United 

Kingdom. 
A 241 England — Independent Organ. 
A 242 Library Assistants' Associa- 
tion. 
A 243 Library Conference Exhibits. 
A 244 Library Economy, Bibliography. 
A 245 Librarians" Library. 
A 246 Librarians' Aids. 



Class B— Library Legislation. 



I 


Library Legislation, Ger 


eral. 


B 


10 


Library Legislation, Special by 


2 


Special by Countries- 


-America 






States — Iowa. 




United States, General. 


B 


II 


Kansas. 


3 


By States — Alabama. 


B 


12 


Kentucky. 


4 


California. 




B 


13 


Maine. 


5 


Carolina, North. 




B 


14 


Maryland. 


5- 


1 Carolina, South. 




B 


14- 


1 Massachusetts. 


6 


Colorado. 




B 


15 


Minnesota. 


6- 


I Connecticut. 




B 


16 


Missouri. 


6- 


2 Delaware. 




B 


17 


Montana. 


7 


Georgia. 




B 


18 


Nebraska. 


8 


Illinois. 




B 


19 


Nevada. 


9 


Indiana. 




B 


20 


New Jersey. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 





Library Legislation, 


by States — 


B 


36 Library Legislation, British Colo- 


B 21 


New York. 








nies. 


B 22 


Brooklyn. 




B 


37 


Acts, Adoption of. 


B 23 


North West. 




B 


38 


State Aid, American. 


B 24 


Ohio. 




B 


39 


British. 


B 25 


Oklahoma. 




B 


40 


Taxation. American. 


B 26 


Oregon. 




B 


41 


Rates and Rating, British. 


B 27 


Pennsylvania, 




B 


42 


Rate Limitation. 


B 27- 


I Rhode Island. 




B 


43 


Rating and Taxation of Library 


B 28 


Tennessee. 








Buildings. 


B 28- 


1 Vermont. 




B 


44 


Exemption from Rates and 


B 29 


Washington. 








Taxes. 


B 30 


Wisconsin. 




B 


45 


Penalty for Injury to Library 


B 31 


Wyoming. 








Property. 


B 32 


British Islands, England. 


B 


46 


Action for Libel contained in 


B 33 


For Rural Districts. 






Books. 


B 34 


Ireland. 










B 35 


Scotland. 











Class C— Library History and Description. 



C I ] 


libraries. General. 




I 


libraries. United States, Public 


C 2 


Ancient. 






Libraries, under States. 


C 3 


United States, National (Library 
of Congress.) 


C 


47 


Iowa, Special, Burling- 
ton. 


C 4 


Government, General. 


C 


48 


Cedar Rapids. 


c 5 


Special. 


c 


49 


Davenport. 


C 6 


State Libraries, General. 


c 


50 


Eldora. 


C 7 


Special, California. 


c 


51 


Marshalltown. 


C 8 


Iowa. 


c 


52 


Muscatine. 


C 9 


Indiana. 


c 


53 


Onawa. 


C 10 


New York. 


c 


54 


Ottumwa. 


C II 


Public Libraries, General. 


c 


55 


Kansas State Libraries. 


C 12 


Arranged under States. 


c 


56 


Kentucky, General. 




Alabama, General. 


c 


57 


Louisiana, State. 


C 13 


State. 


c 


58 


Special, New Orleans. 


C 14 


California, General. 


c 


59 


Maine, Special, Poland 


c 15 


State. 






Spring. 


C 16 


Law. 


c 


60 


Marj'land, Special, Balti- 


C 17 


Los Angeles. 






more. 


C 18 


Redlands. 


C 61 


Massachusetts, Special. 


C 19 


San Francisco. 






Boston, Public. 


C 20 


Carohna, North, General. 


c 


62 


Special. 


C 22 


South, General. 


c 


63 


Brookline. 


C 23 


University. 


c 


64 


Cambridge (Harvard). 


C 34 


Greenboro. 


c 


65 


Lawrence, 


C 25 


Connecticut, Hartlepool. 


c 


66 


Leominster. 


C 26 


New Britain. 


c 


67 


Lynn. 


C 27 


New Haven. 


c 


68 


Northampton. 


C 28 


New London. 


c 


69 


Massachusetts, Salem. 


C 29 


Norwich. 


c 


70 


Stockbridge, 


C 30 


Delaware. 


c 


71 


Michigan, Ann Arbor 


C 31 


District of Columbia, 






University. 




Washington. 


c 


72 


Grand Rapids. 


C 32 


Florida. 


c 


73 


Minnesota, General. 


C 33 


Georgia University. 


c 


74 


Special, Historical. 


C 34 


Illinois, State. 


c 


75 


j\Iiniieapolis. 


C 35 


Chicago, General. 


c 


76 


Nebraska, General. 


C 36 


Public. 


c 


77 


College. 


C 37 


University. 


c 


78 


New England, General. 


C 38 


Historical. 


c 


79 


New Jersey, Jersey City. 


<-' 39 


Evanston University. 


c 


80 


Newark. 


C 40 


Indiana, General. 


c 


81 


Paterson. 


C 41 


Indianapolis. 


c 


82 


Princeton Uni\ersity. 


C 42 


Vincennes. 


c 


83 


Trenton. 


C 43 


Iowa, General. 


c 


84 


New York, State of. 


C 44 


Historical. 






General. 


C 45 


State. 


c 


85 


University and College. 


C 46 


Historical. 


c 


86 


State Library. 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 





Libraries, United States, Public 






Libraries of the United States. 






Libraries, under States. 


C 


147 


Women's Club. 


c 


87 


New York, Public, Cien- 
eral. 


C 


148 


Technical and Scientific, 
General. 


c 


88 


Special, Brooklyn. 


C 


149 


Special, Agriculture. 


c 


89 


Buffalo. 


C 


149- 


I Education. 


c 


90 


New York City, Public. 


C 


150 


Law. 


c 


91 


Endowed. 


C 


151 


Medicine. 


c 


92 


Mercantile. 


C 


152 


Other Special Libraries, House- 


c 


93 


Scientific. 






hold. 


c 


94 


Utica. 


C 


153 


Hospital. 


c 


95 


North West, General. 


C 


1.54 


North America, Canada, Gov- 


c 


96 


Ohio, General. 






ernment. 


c 


)6-i 


State University. 


C 


155 


Public, General. 


c 


96-2 


Travelling Libraries. 


C 


156 


Special, Maritime Provinces. 


c 


97 


Cleveland. 


C 


157 


Montreal. 


c 


98 


Oklahoma, General. 


C 


158 


North West. 


c 


99 


Oregon, General. 


C 


159 


Ontario. 


c 


100 


Pennsylvania, Alleghan\-. 


C 


160 


Quebec. 


c 


lOI 


Philadelphia, General. 


C 


161 


North America, Alaska. 


c 


102 


Mercantile. 


C 


162 


Central America. 


c 


103 


Pittsburg. 


C 


163 


South America. 


c 


104 


Scranton. 


C 


164 


Chili, National, 


c 


105 


Rhode Island, General. 


C 


165 


Mexico, National. 


c 


106 


Special, Pawtucket. 


C 


166 


West Indies, General. 


c 


107 


Providence. 


C 


167 


Bahamas. 


c 


108 


Southei-n States, General. 


C 


168 


Jamaica. 


c 


log 


South Western States. 


C 


i63- 


I Trinidad. 


c 


110 


Tennessee, General. 


C 


169 


Libraries, Europe, General. 


c 


III 


Texas, General. 


c 


170 


United Kingdom, General. 


c 


112 


Vermont, State Library. 


c 


171 


England. 


c 


113 


General. 


c 


172 


National (British Museum) 


c 


114 


Virginia, State. 


c 


173 


Government Special, India 


c 


115 


General, 






Office. 


c 


116 


University. 


c 


174 


Patent Office. 


c 


117 


Washington, State. 


c 


175 


Special, Chained Libraries. 


c 


118 


General. 


c 


176 


Libraxies for the Blind. 


c 


119 


Public. 


c 


177 


Clerical. 


c 


120 


Special, Billingham. 


c 


178 


College. 


c 


[21 


Everett. 


c 


179 


Ecclesiastical. 


c 


[22 


Seattle. 


c 


180 


of Economic Litera- 


c 


[23 


Spokane. 






ture. 


c 


[24 


Tacoma. 


c 


181 


Hospital. 


c 


f25 


Walla Walla. 


c 


182 


Industrial. 


C ] 


26 


, Wisconsin, General. 


c 


183 


Law. 


C ] 


27 


Special, Historical. 


c 


184 


Medical. 


C ] 


28 


Beaver Dam. 


c 


185 


Military. 


c 


29 


La Crosse. 


c 


186 


Naval. 


C ] 


30 


Madison, General. 


c 


187 


Prison. 


c 


31 


Public. 


c 


188 


Private. 


c 


32 


Milwaukee. 


c 


189 


Railway. 


c 


53 


Watertown. 


c 


190 


Club. 


c 


34 


Wyoming, Cheyenne. 


c 


191 


Towns, alphabeticallv. 


c 


35 Libraries of the United States, ar- 






Bath. 






ranged in alphabetical order. 


c 


192 


Birmingham. 


c 


36 


College and University Libra- 


c 


193 


Bolton. 






ries, General. 


c 


193- 


t Bournemouth. 


c 


[36-1 


Special. 


c 


194 


Bradford, Public. 


c 


t37 


Ecclesiastical. 


c 


195 


Special. 


c 


t3« 


Historical. 


c 


1 96 


Brentford. 


c 


139 


Military. 


c 


197 


Brighton. 


c 


[40 


Naval. 


c 


198 


Bristol, General. 


c 


[41 


Prison and Reformatory. 


c 


199 


Medical. 


c 


[42 


Railroad. 


c 


200 


Ancient. 


c 


143 


Libraries for the Blind. 


c 


201 


Bury. 


c 


[44 


Commercial and Factory. 


c 


202 


Cambridge, General. 


c 


145 


Y.M.C.A. 


c 


203 


Public. 


c 


[46 


Y.W.C.A. 


c 


204 


University. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C 205 
C 206 
C 206 
C 207 
C 207- 
C 207- 
C 208 
C 208 
C 2oy 
C 2og 
C 210 
C 211 
C 212 
C 213 
C 213- 
C 214 
C 215 
C 216 
C 217 
C 218 
C 2i8- 
C 2ig 
C 220 
C 221 
C 222 
C 223 

C 224 

C 225 
C 226 
C 227 
C 228 
C 229 
C 230 
C 231 

C 231- 
C 232 
C 233 
C 234 
C 235 
C 236 

C 237 
C 238 
C 239 

C 240 
C 240- 
C 240- 
C 241 
C 242 
C 243 
C 244 
C 245 
C 246 
C 247 
C 248 
C 249 
C 250 
C 251 
C 252 
C 252- 
C 253 
C 254 



Libraries, United Kingdom, Eng- 
land, Towns, alphabetically, 

Croydon. 

Darwen. 
T Eastbourne. 

Exeter. 

1 Gravesend. 

2 Halifax. 
Hereford. 

I Hove. 

Hull. 
I Ipswich. 

Kettering. 
Leeds, General. 
Public. 
Pi-ivate. 
I Leicester, General. 

Liverpool, General. 

Public. 
London, General. 

Special, Bermondsey. 
Chelsea. 
I Clerkenwell. 

Hammersmith. 

Hampstead. 

Islington. 

Lewisham. 

St. George's in the 

East. 
St. George the Mar- 
tyr. 
Wandsworth. 
West Ham. 
Guildhall Librar}'. 
Special Libraries. 
Medical Libraries. 
Gray's Inn Librar}-. 
Roval Colonial Insti- 
tute. 
I University Library. 

Manchester, General. 
Public. 
College. 
Ecclesiastical. 
Special, Chetham's Li- 
brary. 
Christie. 
Foreign. 

Literar\- & Philoso- 
phical. 
Mavor's. 

1 Medical. 

2 Mechanics. 
Overseer's. 
Radford. 
Royal Exchange. 
Royal Infirmary. 
Ryiands. 
Schiller-Austalt. 
Unitarian. 

Newcastle, Public. 
Oxford, General. 

Special, Bodleian. 
Penzance, General. 
Plymouth, Public. 
I Portsmouth. 

Redruth. 
Salford, Public. 



Libraries, United Kingdom, Eng- 
land, Towns, alphabetically, 

C 255 Salford, Ecclesiastical. 

C 256 Tavistock. 

C 257 Truro. 

C 258 Wells Cathedral. 

C 259 Wigan, Public. 

C 260 Private. 

C 261 Windsor Castle. 

C 261 -I Worthing. 
C 262 Libraries, England, arranged 

under Counties, Berkshire. 

C 263 Cambridge, General. 

C 264 PubHc. 

C 265 University, General. 

C 266 Special. 

C 267 Cheshire, General. 

C 268 Special. 

C 269 Cornwall, General. 

C 270 Special, Penzance. 

C 271 Redruth. 

C 272 Truro. 

C 273 Derbyshire. 

C 274 Devonshire, General. 

C 275 Special, Exeter. 

C 276 Plymouth. 

C 277 Tavistock. 

C 278 Gloucester, Special, Bristol, 

Public. 

C 278-1 Medical. 

C 278-2 Ancient. 

C 279 Hampshire, Bournemouth. 

C 280 Portsmouth. 

C 281 Kent, Gravesend. 

C 282 Herefordshire, Special, Here- 
ford. 

C 283 Lancashire. Special. 

C 284 Ecclesiastical. 

C 285 Special, Bolton. 

C 286 Bury. 

C 287 Liverpool. 

C 288 Manchester. General. 

C 289 Public. 

C 290 University. 

C 291 Special. . 

C 292 Salford, Public. 

C 293 Speeial. 

C 294 Wigan. 

C 295 Lincolnshire, Special, Lincoln. 

C 296 Middlesex. London, General. 

C 297 Special, Bermondsey. 

C 298 British Museum. 

C 299 Chelsea. 

C 299-1 Clerkenwell. 

C 300 Guildhall. 

C 301 Goldsmiths Library. 

C 301- 1 Gray's Inn. 

C 302 Hammersmith. 

C 303 Hampstead. 

C 304 Inns of Court. 

C 305 Islington. 

C 306 Lewisham. 

C 307 Royal Colonial Institute. 

C 308 St. George's in the East. 

C 309 St. George the Martyr. 

C 309-1 Wandsworth. 

C 309-2 West Ham. 

C 310 I\Iedical Libraries. 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 



^3 





Libraries, England, arranged 






Libraries, Netherland, Special, 




under Counties, Middlesex, 


C 


365 


Leyden. 


C 310-1 


London University Library. 


C 


366 


Russia, General. 


C 311 


Middlesex, Brentford. 


C 


367 


National. 


C 312 


Northampton, Kettering. 


C 


368 


Finland. 


c 313 


Althorp. 


C 


369 


Scandinavia, General. 


c 314 


Northumberland, Newcastle. 


C 


37" 


Denmark, General. 


c 315 


Oxford. 


C 


371 


Special, Copenhagen. 


C iib 


Somerset, Bath. 


C 


372 


Norway, General. 


C 316-1 


Wells. 


C 


373 


Special, Park Libraries. 


c 317 


Suffolk, Ipswich. 


C 


374 


Bergen. 


C 318 


Sui-rey, Croydon. 


C 


375 


Christiania. 


c 3iy 


Sussex, Brighton. 


C 


376 


Sweden, General. 


C 3 19- I 


Eastbourne. 


C 


377 


Special, Gothenburg. 


C 319-2 


Hove. 


C 


378 


Lund. 


c 319-3 


Worthing. 


C 


379 


Stockholm. 


C 320 


Warwick. Birmingham, General 


C 


j8o 


Upsala. 


C 321 


Public. 


c 


381 


Iceland, General. 


C 322 


Worcester, King's Norton. 


c 


382 


Switzc-rland, General. 


c 323 


Yorkshire, Bradford. 


c 


383 


Special. 


c 323-1 


Halifax. 


c 


384 


Turkey, Constantinople. 


C 324 


Hull. 


c 


385 


India, Calcutta, Government. 


c 323 


Leeds. 


c 


386 


Ceylon. 


C 326 


Private Libraries. 


c 


387 


Burmah. 


c 327 


Wales, National Library. 


c 


387 


I Siam, Bangkok. 


C 328 


Cardiff Libraries. 


c 


388 


Far East, General. 


C 329 


Scotland. Public, General. 


c 


389 


China. 


C 53(J 


Aberdeen, Public. 


c 


39" 


Japan. 


C 53^ 


University. 


c 


39^ 


Straits Settlements. 


c 332 


Edinburgh, General. 


c 


392 


Africa, North, Egypt. 


C 53 i 


University. 


c 


393 


South, Cape Colonv. 


C 334 


Glasgow, General. 


c 


394 


Natal. 


C 335 


University. 


c 


395 


Rhodesia. 


C 335-1 


Private. 


c 


396 


Mauritius. 


c 336 


^lontrose. Public. 


c 


397 


Australia, General. 


C 337 


Perth, Public. 


c 


398 


South, General. 


C 33» 


Ireland, National. 


c 


399 


Western, General. 


C 339 


Public, General. 


c 


400 


(Queensland, General. 


<^^ 34" 


Special, Armagh. 


c 


401 


New South Wales, General. 


c 341 


Belfast. 


c 


402 


Special, Sydney. 


c 342 


Coleraine. 


c 


403 


Victoria, General. 


C 343 


Cork. 


c 


404 


Special, Melbourne. 


C 344 


Dublin. 


c 


405 


Tasmania, General. 


C 345 


Dundalk. 


c 


406 


New Zealand, General. 


c 346 


Limerick. 


c 


407 


Special Auckland. 


C 347 


British Empire. 


c 


408 


Wellington. 


c 348 


France, National (Bibliothcque 


c 


409 


Honolulu. 




Nationale). 


c 


410 


Malavsia, PhiUppine Islands. 


C 349 


General. 


c 


411 


Libraries, Special Classes, Col- 


c 350 


Special, Abbeville on the 






lege and University, GeneraL 




Somme. 


c 


412 


Special, Aberdeen. 


c 350-1 


Nantes. 


c 


413 


Cambridge, General. 


c 351 


Paris. 


c 


4U 


Special. 


c 352 


Tours. 


c 


415 


Corpus Christi College. 


C 353 


Germany, General. 


c 


416 


Emanuel College. 


C 354 


Special, Berlin. 


c 


417 


Trinity College. 


C 355 


Essen, Prussia. 


c 


418 


Chicago University. 


C 355-1 


Austria, General. 


c 


419 


Columbia University. 


c 356 


Greece, General. 


c 


420 


Cornell University. 


C 357 


Special. 


c 


421 


Edinburgh University. 


c 35S 


Italy, General. 


c 


422 


Eton College. 


C 359 


Special, Florence. 


c 


423 


Glasgow University. 


C 360 


Rome, General. 


c 


424 


Lancashire School. 


C 360-1 


Private. 


c 


425 


London University. 


C 361 


Vatican. 


c 


426 


Manchester Grammar 


C 362 


Netherland, General. 






School. 


C 363 


Special, Amsterdam. 


c 


427 


Lancashire Independent 


C 364 


Groningen. 






College. 



14 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 





Libraries, Special Classes, Col- 


C 


468 


Libraries, Club and Societv, New 




lege and University, Special. 






York. 


C 428 


Owens College. 


C 


469 


National Liberal Club. 


C 429 


Nebraska. 


C 


470 


Polytechnic. 


C 430 


New York University. 


C 


471 


Young Men's Christian Asso- 


^ 431 


Oxford University, General. 






ciation. 


c 432 


Bodleian. 


C 


472 


Young Men's Mercantile. 


C 433 


Radcliffe. 


C 


473 


Young Women's Christian 


C 434 


Princeton University. 






Association. 


<^ 435 


Rochester University. 


C 


474 


Women's Club Libraries in 


C 436 


Sion College. 






U.S. 


C 437 


Surgeons, Royal College of. 


C 


475 


Private Libraries, General. 


C 438 


Yale University. 


C 


476 


Special. 


<-^ 439 


Ecclesiastical, General. 


C 


477 


Boston. 


C 440 


Special, Lancashire. 


C 


478 


Brooklyn. 


C 441 


Lincoln. 


C 


479 


New York. 


C 442 


Manchester. 


C 


480 


St. Louis. 


C 443 


Odenwald, Bavaria. 


C 


481 


Althorp. 


C 444 


Vatican, Rome. 


C 


482 


Bonaparte. 


C 445 


Wells. 


C 


483 


Chatsworth. 


C 446 


Chained Libraries. 


C 


484 


Chesshyre's. 


C 447 


Historical, United States, 


C 


485 


Conway's. 




General. 


C 


486 


Gladstone's. 


C 448 


Special. 


C 


487 


Haigh Hall. 


€ 449 


Hospital. 


C 


488 


Hall (Thomas). 


c 450 


Household. 


C 


489 


Honeywood (Dean). 


c 451 


Law. 


C 


490 


Locker's. 


C 452 


Libraries for the Blind. 


C 


491 


Mansh's. 


C 453 


Medical. 


C 


492 


Pepvs' 


C 454 


Military. 


c 


493 


Smith (Richard). 


C 455 


Naval. 


c 


494 


Thoresby (Ralph). 


C 456 


Lighthouse. 


c 


495 


Valliere (Due de la). 


C 457 


Prison. 


c 


496 


Proprietary, General. 


C 458 


Reformatory School. 


c 


497 


Library Endowment, Gifts and 


C 459 


Industrial and Commercial. 






Bequest?. 


C 460 


Railvva}-. 


c 


498 


Public Libraries, Arguments in 


C 461 


Scientific. 






favour of. 


C 462 


Subscription, General. 


c 


499 


Against. 


c 463 


Special. 


c 


500 


and the Press. 


C 464 


Endowed, Special. 


c 


501 


Educational value of. 


C 465 


Club and Society, General. 


c 


502 


Influence of Reading. 


C 466 


Special, x\lpine Club. 


c 


503 


Instruction in the use of Books. 


C 467 


Manchester. 








Class D Architecture, Plann 


lin^ 


U Furniture, and Fittings. 


D 1 Architecture, (ieneral. 


D 


17 Lighting, General. 


D 2 


Special. 


D 


18 


Natural. 


15 3 


Planning, General. 


D 


19 


Artificial, General. 


D 3-1 


Interior Decoration. 


D 


20 


Gas. 


D 4 


Plans — Exhibitions of Library 


D 


21 


p;iectricity. 




Plans. 


D 


2I-I 


Metallic filament lamps. 


I) 5 


Special Examples. 


D 


22 


Methods of checking 


D 6 


Special Departments — News- 






current. 




room. 


D 


23 


Ventilation. 


1) 6-1 


Reading Room. 


D 


24 Library Appliances and Supplies, 


1> 7 


Reference Library. 






General. 


D 8 


Lending Library — General. 


D 


25 


Special Furniture for Children's 


D 9 


Open Access. 






Rooms. 


D 9-1 


Fittings. 


D 


25-1 


Reading Rooms 


D 10 


Children's Rooms. 


D 


25-2 


Board Room. 


D II 


Lecture Hall. 


D 


25-3 


Lifts. 


I) 12 


Small Libraries. 


D 


26 


Shelving, General. 


1^) 13 


Branch Libraries. 


D 


27 


Special, Wood. 


D 14 


College Libraries. 


D 


28 


Metal. 


D 15 


Floors and Floor Covering. 


D 


29 


.Adjustable, Sliding. Sus- 


D 15-1 


Dust in Libraries. 






pended. 


D 16 


Heating. 


D 


29-1 


Dwarf Bookcases. 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 



15 



D 29-2 


Shelving, Special, Revolving 
Bookcases. 


D 


34-6 


Cupboards and Cabinets, for 
Maps. 


D 29-3 


Adjustable Display Book- 


D 


35 


Chairs. 




cases. 


D 


35-1 


For Children's Rooms. 


D 29-4 


Atlas Shelves. 


D 


35-2 


Chair Castors. 


D 30 


Appliances, General. 


D 


35-3 


Pads. 


D 30-1 


Special, Shelf Supports. 


D 


36 


Reading Tables. 


D 30-2 


Dummies. 


D 


36-1 


Desks. 


I) 30-3 


Pins. 


D 


37 


Tables for Children's 


D 30-4 


Automatic Shelf Steps. 






Rooms. 


D 30-5 


Dwarf Steps. 


D 


3« 


Newspaper Stands. 


D 30-6 


Ladders. 


N 


39 


Racks. 


D 31 


Book Carriers and Trucks. 


D 


40 


Periodical Racks. 


D 32 


Show Cases. 


D 


41 


Time Table Rack?. 


D 35 


Rests and Holders. 


D 


42 


Hat and Umbrella Stands. 


D 33-1 


Atlas Frames and Easels. 


D 


43 


Clocks. 


^ 34 


Desks and Counters. 


D 


44 


Telephones. 


D 34-1 


Flat Top. 


D 


44-1 


Telephone Index Cabinet. 


D 34-2 


Roll Top. 


D 


45 


Furniture Inventory. 


D 34-3 


Racks and Trays for. 


D 


45-1 


Card Stores Index. 


D 34-4 


Supplies for. 


D 


46 


Fire Prevention, Insurance, 


D 34-3 


Cupboards and Cabinets, 






etc. 




General. 


D 


47 


Safes and Strong Rooms. 



Class E— Library Organisation and Administration. 



E I Library Organisation, General. 

E 2 Administration, General. 

E 3 Special — Small Library. 

E 3-1 Library Methods applied to 

Business. 
E 4 Consolidation and Centrali- 

zation of Administra- 
tion. Arguments for and 
against Unification of 
of Libraries, America. 
England. 
Finance, General. 
Financial Records. 

Loose Leaf Ledgers. 
Audit of Accounts. 
Personnel — Governing Boards, 
Committees, Directors, Trus- 
tees, etc., General (Powers, 
duties, qualifications, etc.) 
Special, Committees. 

Delegation of Powers to. 
Librarians acting as Secre- 
taries. 
Bye-laws Go\erning Com- 
mittees in Ireland. 
Trustees. 

B3'e-laws governing Board 

Meetings. 
Boards Meetings, Records 
of. 
Library Workers — Biographical 

and Obituary Notices. 
Librarianship — yuahfications, 
duties, etc. 
Librarians' Salaries. 
Guarantee Bond. 
Reading. 

Social Duties, Recreation, 
etc. 
E 18 Biographical and Obituary. 

Notices, General. 



19 



E 
E 


5 
6 


E 
E 


7 
7-1 


E 
E 


7-^ 
8 I 


E 
E 
E 


9 

9-1 

9-2 


E 


10 


E 


II 


E 


12 


E 


12-1 


E 


13 


E 


14 


E 


15 


E 
E 


15-1 
16 


E 


17 



E 


20 


E 


21 


E 


22 


E 


23 


E 


24 


E 


2S 


E 


26 


E 


27 


E 


28 


E 


29 


E 


30 


E 


31 


E 


\^ 


E 


5.^ 


E 


33-1 


E 


35-^ 


E 


33-3 


E 


34 


E 


35 


E 


36 


E 


37 


E 


3« 


E 


39 


E 


40 


E 


41 


E 


42 


E 


43 



Librarianship — Librarians, Bid- 
graphical and Obituary, 
Special, in Alphabetical 
Order. 
Staff Management. 

Entrance Examinations for 

Staff Appointments. 
Apprentice Classes in 

Libraries. 
Relationship. 

Clubs, Guilds, Conferences. 
Relationship with Readers. 
Assistants, (Qualifications. 
Professional Training 

and Examinations. 
Training. 

Salaries, Duties, etc. 
Staff Time Sheets. 
Hours of Work. 
Vacations. 
Library Garment. 
Work Room. 
Lockers. 
Wardrobe. 
Health of Assistants. 
Candidates' expenses for 
Staff Appointments, 
Members' expenses atten- 
ding Conferences. 
Women Librarians, 
Children's Librarians, 

Training for. 
Government Inspection of 

Libraries. 
Library Association Dip- 
lomas. 
Proposed Institute of 

Librarians. 
Registration of Librarians. 
Superannuation for Libra- 



i6 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



E 


44 L 


E 


44-1 


E 


45 


E 


46 


E 


47 


E 


48 


E 


49 


E 


50 


E 


51 


E 


32 


E 


33 


E 


34 


E 


33 


E 


36 


E 


37 


E 


37-1 


E 


37-2 


E 


37-3 


E 


3« 


E 


39 


E 


60 


E 


61 


E 


61-1 


E 


61-2 


E 


61-S 


E 


62 


E 


62-1 


E 


63 


E 


64 


E 


65 


E 


66 



44 Library Notices, Placards, etc. 
Name Plates, Facias, etc. 
Rules and Regulations, General. 
Houi-s of (Opening. 
Sunday Opening. 
Holiday Opening. 
Co-operation, Inter-Library 
Loans, Interchange of 
Borrowing Privileges, 
General. 
Club Rooms. 

Debating or Conversation Rocm. 
Smoking Room. 
Rest Room. 

Loafers and Loungers. 
Cycle Accommodation. 
Library Moving. 
Stationery Records. 
Cabinets and Racks. 
Supplies. 

Loose Leaf Memo Books. 
Ink. 
Paste. 

Shellac for Book Labels. 
Sign Writing Outfits. 
Duplicating Outfits. 
Copying Press. 
Copying Press Stands. 
Typewriters. 

Typewriter Desks and Tables. 
Recipes, General. 
Terms and Phrases used in 

Library Work. 
Quotations for Inscription on 

Library Buildings. 
Stock Book — Accessions Re- 
cords. 
Withdrawal Book and Supple- 
ment to Stock or Acces- 
sions Book. 
Stocktaking Methods. 
Special Departments — News- 
room Methods. 
Periodicals — Methods of Dis- 
play, Filing, etc. 
Newspaper and Periodical 
Files. 
Clips 
Newspaper Leaning Bar. 
Name Plates. 
Time Notices. 
Magazine Lists (Adjustable). 
Periodicals, (Methods of 
Checking). 
Indicator. 
Obliteration of Racing News. 
Reading Room Rules and 
Regulations. 
Methods. 
For the Blind. 
Directories and Time 
Tables. 
Ladies' Room. 

Reference Department, Rules 
and Regulations. 
Methods. 

Information Desk and Assis- 
tance to Readers. 



E 82 



Special Departments. 



Ac- 



E 67 



68 
69 



E 70 

E 70-1 



70-2 

70-3 
70-4 

70-5 
70-6 

71 

72 
73 
74 

75 
76 

77 

78 
79 

80 

81 



E 


82-1 


E 


83 


E 


84 


E 


85 


E 


86 


E 


86-1 


E 


86-2 


E 


87 


E 


88 


E 


89 


E 


89-1 


E 


90 


E 


91 


E 


92 


E 


93 


E 


94 


E 


95 


E 


96 


E 


97 


E 


98 


E 


99 ' 


E 


100 


E 


lOI 


E 


102 


E 


102-1 


E 


102-2 


E 


102-3 


E 


102-4 


E 


103 



E 104 



E 
E 


105 
106 


F 


107 


E 


108 


E 
E 


109 
no 


E 


III 


E 


iii-i 


E 


1 1 1-2 



E 111-3 



E 


III 4 


E 


1X2 


E 


in 


E 


114 


E 


"3 


E 


116 


E 


117 


E 


118 


E 


118-1 


E 


iig 


E 


120 



Reference Department, 
cess to Shelves. 

College Libraries. 
Relative functions, Co-ordi- 
nation, etc., of Refer- 
ence and Lending De- 
partments. 
Lending Library Methods. 
Charging Systems, General. 
Special Ledger. 
Slip System. 
Dummy System. 
Indicators, General 
Special Makes. 
Barrett. 

Second. 
Bonner. 
Chivers. 
Cotgreave. 
Dent. 
Duplex. 
Dvall. 
Elliott. 
Graham. 
Kennedy. 
Morgan. 
Walker. 

Wright- Stanlake. 
Card Charging System. 

Trays and Racks. 
Book Charging Cards. 
Card Guides. 
Pockets. 
Indicator versus Card 

Charging. 
Open Access, Arguments 

for and against. 
Open Access, Partial 

Special Lending Depart- 
ment. 
Loan Period — Rules and Re- 
gulations. 
Special Inter-Library Loans. 
Travelling Libraries. 
Age Limit. 
Borrowers' Registration. 

Blanks and Forms, General. 
Borrowers' Numerical Regis- 
ter 
Bori'owers' Application 

Forms. 
Borrowers' Card. 
Guarantors. 
Tickets, Student. 
Special Facilities. 
Privilege Issue. 
Interchange between Li- 
braries in adjoining 
areas. 
Overdues. 
Fines and Penalties. 

For Lost and Damaged 
Books. 
Renewal of Books. 
Reservation of Books. 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 



17 



'. 123 



E 1 



C 126 



[27 



Infection, Contagious Diseases, 
Disinfection, Sterili-zation, 
Tuberculosis, etc. 
Juvenile Department — Rules 

and Regulations. 
Children's Libraries and 
Special Work with Child- 
ren. 
Reading Rooms. 
Library Associations and 
Leagues. 
Picture Work, Bulletin 

Boards, etc. 
Travelling Collection of 
Pictures. 



E 


128 


E 


i2g 


E 


130 


E 


131 


E 


i.=li- 


E 


132 


E 


133 


E 


134 


E 


135 


E 


13& 



Children's Libraries and Special 
Work with Children. 

Story Telling — Story Hour. 
Anniversaries. 
Relationship between Li- 
braries and Schools. 
School Libraries. 
I Library Furniture. 

Travelling School Libra- 
ries. 
Sunday School Libraries. 
Reading of the Young. 
Library Statistics. 
Reports. 



Class F- Library Extension. 



F 


2 


F 


3 


F 


4 


!•■ 


5 


1' 


6 


F 


7 


F 


8 



F 10 



F 


II 


F 


12 


F 


13 


F 


14 


F 
F 


14-1 
15 


F 


16 


F 


17 


F 


18 


F 


18-1 


F 


18-2 


F 
F 
F 


18-3 
20 


F 


21 


F 


22 


F 

F 
F 
F 


23 

24 
25 
26 


F 
F 


27 

28 


F 


29 



I Library Extension — Branch Li- 
brary methods. 

Delivery Stations. 

Village Libraries. 

Travelling Libraries. 
Library of Pictures. 

Home Delivery of Books. 
Libraries. 

Subscription Departments in 
connection with Public 
Libraries. 

Library Post — Efforts to secure 
reduced Postal Rates for 
Library Books. 

Methods of Reaching the Public 
— Functions of Libraries. 

Library Advertising. 

Relations between Public Libra- 
ries and Public kMucation. 

Libraries in relation to Indus- 
trial Education. 

Libraries as Social Centres and 
Relations between Libra- 
ries and Clubs. 

Libraries as Holiday Bureaus. 

Legislative and Municipal Refer- 
ence Work. 

Library Co-operation to provide 
Books for the Bhnd. 

Museums, Art Galleries and 
Lectures in connection w/th 
Public Libraries, General. 

Museums. 
Act. 

Appliances. 
Show Cases. 

Art Galleries. 

Exhibitions in Public Libraries, 
General. 
On Special Subjects. 

Library Exhibitions, Animal. 
Architectural. 
Art Loan. 
Basket. 
Bird. 

Butterflies. 
Bibliographical. 
Bookmaking (Evolution of 
the Book). 



F 30 



F 


31 


F 


32 


F 


35 


F 


34 


F 


35 


F 


36 


F 


37 


F 


38 


F 


39 


F 


40 


F 


41 


F 


42 


F 


43 


F 


44 


F 


45 


F 


46 


F 


47 


F 


48 


F 


49 


F 


50 


F 


51 


F 


52 


F 


53 


F 


54 


F 


55 


F 


56 


F 


57 


F 


58 


F 


59 


F 


60 


F 


61 


F 


62 


F 


63 


F 


64 


F 


65 


F 


66 


F 


67 


F 


68 


F 


69 


F 


70 


F 


71 


F 


72 



Library lilxhibitions. 

Bookmaking (Evolution of the 
Book), Printing. 
Book Illustration. 
Bookbinding. 
Book Plates. 
Book Cover Designs. 
Book Exhibitions, General. 
Special Collections, Art. 
Bird. 

Children's. 
Christmas Gifts. 
Historical Works on 
America, General. 
Special, California. 
Newark. 
New York. 
Music. 
Nature. 

Reference Works. 
Costume, Prints. 
Educational Work. 
Fish. 
Forestry. 

Geographical and Geological. 
Indian Curios and Relics. 
Industrial. 
Irish. 

Lantern Slide. 
Library Buildings (Designs). 
Needlework. 
Paintings, General. 
Paintings by American Artists, 
in Oil. 

in Water Colour, 
by Indian Artists. 
Examples by Individual 
Artists, Rossetti. 
Tadema. 
Whistler, 
of Special Subjects, Ameri- 
can Etchings. 
American Revolutionary 

Pictures. 
Greek Vases. 
Madonna. 
War Pictures. 
Picture Bulletins. 
Prints, Copley Prints. 



i8 


BIBLJOCh 


APIIY OF 


I.IBR. 


IRV KCOSOHY 




Library Exhibitions. 






Portrait Exhibitions. 


y 73 


Japanese Prints. 




F 85 


P^ranklin. 


F 74 


Mezzotints. 




F 86 


Hero. 


F 75 


Reproductions. 




F 87 


Schiller. 


F 76 


Pearl Industry. 




F 88 


Washington. 


F 77 


Periodicals. 




F 89 


Poster. 


F 78 


Photography. 




F go 


Pottery. 


F 79 


Photographs of Florence. 


F gi 


Silk. 


F 80 


Venice. 




F 92 


Textile. 


F 81 


West Indian Scenes. 


F 93 


Valentine. 


F 82 


Plant Studies. 




F g4 


Wild Flowers. 


F 83 


Portrait — Burns 


Exhibit. 


Fg5 


Wood Engraving. 


F 84 


Cromwell. 




F g6 


Library Lectures. 



Class G— Books. 



G 


I 


Book Selection. General Principles. 


G 


57 


Book Thefts. 


G 


2 


Book Buying. 


G 


3S 


Storage. 


G 


3 


Co-operative. 


G 


39 


Distribution. 


G 


4 


Net Price System. 


G 


40 


Specialization of Libraries, Gen- 


G 


5 


Discounts to Libraries. 






eral. 


G 


6 


Duty on Books for Public 
Libraries. 


G 


41 


Special, Architecture and Allied 
Arts — Collections. 


G 


8 


Aides and Guides to Book 


G 


42 


Art. 






Selection. 


G 


42- 


I Brown (John Carter). 


G 


9 


Remainders and Second- 


G 


43 


Cervantes. 






hand Books. 


G 


44 


Chinese. 


G 


10 


Exchange. 


G 


45 


De Quince}'. 


G 


11 


Library Editions. 


G 


46 


Emigration. 


G 


12 


Reprints. 


G 


47 


Folk Lore. 


G 


13 


Renting Collections of Books. 


G 


48 


Gipsy. 


G 


14 


Donations. 


G 


49 


Goethe. 


G 


15 


Discarding, withdrawal of 


G 


50 


Government Documents. 






worn-out, doubtful, and 


G 


51 


Historical, America. 






out-of-date Books — Gen- 


G 


52 


British Colonial. 






eral. 


G 


53 


Industrial. 


G 


16 


Doubtful Books. 


G 


54 


Jefferson. 


G 


17 


Duplicates — Care and Dis- 


G 


55 


Legal. 






posal. 


G 


56 


Local. 


G 


18 


Central Clearing House 


G 


57 


Manuscripts. 






for Exchange. 


G 


58 


Medical. 


G 


19 


Duplicates. Collections of 


G 


59 


Maps. 






Popular Books. 


G 


60 


Municipal. 


G 


20 


Replacements. 


G 


61 


Music — Value of Music in 


(; 


21 


Special Subjects — Fiction. 






Libraries. 


G 


22 


Books for the Blind. 


G 


62 


Collections. 


G 


23 


Foreign Books. 


G 


63 


Oriental. 


G 


24 


Juvenile. 


G 


64 


Pamphlets. 


G 


25 


Preparation of Books for the 


G 


65 


Pedagogical. 






Public — Cutting, Stamping. 


G 


66 


Periodicals. 






LabeUing, etc. 


G 


67 


Clearing House. 


G 


26 


Sizes. 


G 


68 


Photographic Collection. 


G 


27 


Collation. 


G 


6y 


PhilateUc. 


G 


28 


Signatures. 


G 


70 


Pictures and Prints. 


G 


2g 


Title Pages. 


G 


70- 


I Poetry, American. 


G 


30 


Plates and Labels. 


G 


71 


Programme Literature. 


(} 


31 


Book Stamps and other Marks of 


G 


72 


Scrap Book. 






Ownership. 


G 


73 


Shakespeare. 


G 


32 


Marks. 


G 


74 


S'andard Library. 


G 


35 


Hints on the care and preserva- 


G 


75 


Stephen (Leslie). 






tion of Books. 


G 


76 


Technical. 


G 


34 


Mutilation of Books and News- 


G 


77 


Thibetan. 






paper?. 


G 


78 


Trade Catalogues. 


G 


35 


Insect pests. Bookworms. 


G 


79 


Travelling Collections of 


G 


36 


Injuries from Dust, Heat, and 
Light. 






Foreign Books. 



KEY TO THE ClASSIFICATION 



19 



Class H— Classification. 



H 5 

H 6 

H 7 

H 8 

H 9 

H 10 

H II 



H I Classification — Bibliography. 
H z General 
H 3 Schemes, General. 
H 4 Special, Adjustable. 

H 4-1 Arts and Science, Congress 

Scheme. 

Bacon. 

Bonazzi 

British Museum. 

Brownbill. 

Brunet. 
Alodified. 

Brussels Scheme (Dewey 
Expanded). 
H ii-i California University 

Scheme. 
H 1 1-2 Cels. 

H 12 Clemens. 

H 13 Coleridge. 

H 14 Congress Library. 

H 15 Cutter. 

H 16 Dewey. 

H 17 Modified. 

H 18 Dieserud. 

H ig Edmands. 

H 20 FZdwards. 

H 21 Farley (Radcliffe College 

Librar\). 
H 22 Fletcher. 

H 23 Garnier. 

H 24 Gesner. 

H 25 Harris (W. T.) 

H 26 (G. W.) 

H 27 Hart wig. 

H 27-1 Harvard University 

Scheme. 
H 28 Home. 

H 29 Jena Repertorium. 

H 30 Earned. 

H 31 Eebas. 

H 32 Manutius. 

H 33 Merlin. 

H 34 Naude. 

H 35 New York State. 

H 36 Ogle. 

H 37 Peabody Institute. 

H 38 Perkins' Rational. 

H 39 Poole. 

H 40 Quinn- Brown 

H 41 Richardson 

H 42 Rowell (University of Cali- 

fornia.) 
H 43 Royal Institution. 

H 44 Savigny. 

H 45 Schrettinger. 

H 46 Schwartz. 

H 47 Shurtleff. 

H 48 Sion College. 

H 49 Smith. 

H 50 Sonnenschein. 

H 51 Subject Classification. 

H 52 Wilcox (Peoria Eibrary) 

H 53 Winsor. 

H 54 Classification. Universal Scheme. 
Arguments in favour of adopt- 
ing a Standard Scheme. 



H 56 

H 57 

H 5« 

H 59 

H 60 

H 61 

H 62 

H 62-1 

H 63 

H 64 

H 64-1 

H 65 

H 65 

H 67 

H 68 

H 69 

H 70 

H 71 

H 72 

H 75 

H 74 



H 



75 



H 55 Classification of Subjects, .'\rgu- 
ments for. 
Against. 
Logical or Scientific. Ai-gu- 
ments for. 
Against. 
Everyday Problems of Practical 

Application. 
Relative Classification. 
For Special Libraries. 
Subjects — Anthropology. 
Architecture. 
Biography. 
Book Arts. 
Chemistry. 
Children's Books. 
Countries. 
Education. 
Fairy Tales, etc. 
Fiction. 
Folk Lore. 
Forestr}-. 

Government Documents. 
Greek and Latin Classics. 
History. 
Illusti-ations. 
Law. 
Library Economy and 

Bibliography. 
Local Collections. 
Mathematics. 
Medicine. 
Music. 
Naval. 

Numismatics. 
Philosophy and Religion. 
Photographs and Paintings. 
Ps^'chology. 
Recreative Arts. 
Science. 

Sbakespeareana. 
Sociology. 
Typograph}-. 
Zoology. 
H 92 Classification. Loose or Close. 
Arguments in favour of Loose. 
Close. 
Fixed or Movable — Fixed. 

Movable. 
Subordinate Arrangement. 
General Principles. 
Accession. 
Author. 
Chronological. 
Size. 
Other. 
Shelf Arrangement, Notation, 
etc. 
Shelf Guides. 
Lists. 
Labels. 
H 106 Label Holders. 

H 107 Class Marking and Letter- 



H 76 

H 77 

H 78 

H 79 

H 80 

H 81 

H 82 

H 83 

H 84 



H 


85 


H 


85 


H 


86 


H 


87 


H 


88 


H 


89 


H 


90 


H 


91 



H 93 

H 94 

H 95 

H 96 

H 97 

H 98 

H 99 

H 100 

H loi 

H 102 

H 103 



104 
105 



H ic 



Colour Labels. 



BIBLIOCRAI'HV OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Class I— Cataloguing. 



14 



16 

iS 

19 
20 

21 
22 



24 
25 
26 

27 

28 

29 
30 

31 
32 



Cataloguing, Gcntral. 
Rules, General. 

Special, Alphabetical Arrange- 
ment. 

1 of German Vowels. 

2 Transliteration. 
Author Entry. 

1 English Noblemen. 

2 Names of Cities. 

3 Names of Artists. 
Corporate Entrv. 
Title Entr\-. 
Subject Headings. 
Capitalization. ' 
Anonymous and Pseudony- 
mous Works. 

Classified Catalogues. 
Children's. 
Annotation. 

Abbreviations and Contrac- 
tions. 
Eor Special Subjects — Art 
Collections. 
Government Documents. 
Incunabula. 
Local Collections. 
Manuscripts. 
Maps. 
Music. 
Pamphlets. 
Periodicals. 

Periodical Literature and 
Transactions of Learned 
Societies. 
Portraits and Photographs. 
Printing. 
Prints. 
Reports. 

Scientific Literature. 
Trade Catalogues. 
Dictionary versus Classified 
Form. 
Catalogue. 
Classified Catalogue. 



55 
34 
35 
36 
37 
■38 
39 
40 

41 
42 

43 
44 
45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
50 
51 

52 

53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 

60 
61 
62 
63 

64 

65 
66 
67 

68 
69 
70 



Class Lists. 

Magazines and Bulletins. 
Reading Lists. 
Children's Catalogues. 
Annotation, General. 

Appraisal or Description ? 

Special. Fiction. 
Historical V\'orks. 
Juvenile Books. 
Arrangement. 
Aides and Guide:?. 
Library Hand^vnting. 
Preparation of matter for Printer. 
Catalogue Printing. 

Library Printing Department. 
Card Catalogue. General. 

Rules. 

Aids. 

Arguments against. 

Distribution fi-om Central 
Bureau. 

Cabipets. 

Drawers. 

Guides. Blocks, etc. 

Cards. 
Universal Catalogue. 
Co-operative Cataloguing. 
Catalogues — Description of 
Special Examples, General. 

Special. 
Tra\'elling Catalogues. 
Printed Catalogues. 
Manuscript versus Printed Cata- 
logues. 
Printed Catalogue versus Card 

Catalogue. 
Sheaf Catalogue. 
Mechanical Methods of Display. 
Continuous or Panoramic form 

of Display. 
Scrap Book Method. 
Accessions Frames. 
Catalogue Indicator. 



Class J Indexing. 



Indexing — Theory. | J 

Rules. i 

Aids and Guides. J 

Mechanical Methods of Filing. j J 

Pamphlet Filing Boxes. I J 

Filing Systems. Vertical. 1 



Filing Systems, Metal Filin.t 

Cabinets. 
Pigeon Hole Cabinets. 
CoiTespondence Files. 

Numeric. 



Class K Bookbinding. 



K 8 
K 9 
K 10 



K II 



1 Bookbinding, Bibliography 

2 History. 

3 Historical Examples. 

4 General. 

5 Specifications. 

6 For Special Classes. 

7 Bookbinders, America, 

States. 

8 England, London. 
Cambridge. 
Oxford. 
York. 



United 



12 Bookbinding, Preparation of Books 
for Binder. 
Material, General. 
Special, Cloth. 
Leather. 

Deterioration. 
Sewing and Stitching. 
Lettering and Class Marking of 
Library Bindery. [Books. 

Bookbinding Outfits. 
Repairs. 
Periodical Covers. 



K 


i^, 


K 


14 


K 


15 


K 


16 


K 


17 


K 


18 


K 


19 


K 


iq-I 


K 


20 


K 


21 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 







Class L Bibliography. 


L 


1 


Bibliography — Societies, America, 


I 


ndividual Authors. 






United States. 


L 55 


P^velyn, John. 


I. 


z 


Institutes and Bureaus 


L 55-^ 


Goldsmith, Oliver. 


L 


■; 


Periodicals. 


L 56 


Holmes, Ohver Wendell. 


I. 


4 


Canada. 


L 57 


Jevons, W. Stanley. 


L 


■^ 


England. 


L 58 


Marcus Aurelius Antonius. 


L 


6 


Periodicals. 


L 58-1 


Meredith, George. 


L 


7 


Spenser Society. 


L 59 


Milton. John. 


L 


8 


Belgium. 


L 60 


More, Sir Thomas. 


L 


9 


Switzerland. 


L 61 


O'Donovan. John. 


L 


lO 


Conferences, England. 


L 61-1 


Petronius. 


L 


II 


Belgium. 


L 62 


Reisch. 


L 


12 


International. 


L 62-1 


Ruskin John. 


L 


Ij 


Bibliographical Exhibit. 


L 63 


Shakespeare, William. 


L 


14 


Training Course. 


L 63-1 


Shakespeare- Baconian Theory. 


L 


15 


General. 


L 63-2 


Sidney, Sir Philip. 


L 


16 


Rules for Compilation. 


L 64 


Smart, Christopher. 


L 


17 


History and Theor\-. 


L 64-1 


Walton, Izaac. 


L 


18 


National. 


L 65 T 


rade Bibliographv. 


L 


19 


International. 


L 66 Books for Reference Libraries. 


L 


20 


Practical. 


L-67 B 


ooks for Branch Libraries. 


L 


21 


of Bibliographies. 


L 68 


Village Libraries. 


L 


22 


Bibliographical Aids. 


L 69 


Travelling Libraries. 


L 


23 


Subject, General. 


L 70 


College Libraries. 


L 


24 


Special, Select. 


L 71 


Science, General. 


L 


25 


Anonyms and Pseudonyms. 


L 72 


Special, Natural History. 


L 


26 


Broadsides. 


L 73 


Zoolog}-. 


L 


27 


Palseograph}-, General. 


L 74 


Botany. 


L 


28 


Manuscripts. 


L 75 


Physics. 


L 


29 


Special. 


L 76 


Mathematics. 


L 


30 


Facsimile Reproduction. 


L 77 


Useful Artsand Applied Science, 


L 


31 


Missals. 




General. 


L 


32 


Incunabula and Block 


L 78 


Special, Patent Specifications. 






Books. 


L 79 


Agriculture. 


L 


33 


Bibliography, Book Sales, Prices, 


L 80 


Gardening. 






Auctions and Fairs. 


L 81 


House Decoration. 


L 


34 


Collecting and Rarities, General. 


L 82 


Electricity. 


L 


35 


Bibliographers. General. 


L 83 


MiUtary Arts. 


L 


36 


Special, Bagford, John. 


L 84 


Metallurgy. 


L 


37 


Blades, WiUiam. 


L 85 


Railway Engineering. 


L 


38 


Bury, Richard de. 


L 86 


Printing. 


L 


38- 


I Christie, Richard C. 


■ L 87 


Bookbinding. 


L 


39 


Dawson, John. 


L 88 


Textiles. 


L 


39- 


I Dobre, Thomas. 


L 89 


Medical Science. 


L 


40 


Johnson, Sanmel. 


L go 


Botany. 


I. 


40- 


I Locker- Lampson, Fredk. 


L 91 


Domestic Economy. 


L 


41 


Morgan, Augustus de. 


L 92 


Fine and Recreative Arts. 


L 


42 


Morris, William. 




General. 


L 


43 


Nodier, Charles. 


L 93 


Special, Photograph} . 


L 


44 


Parker, Archbishop. 


L 94 


Writing 


L 


45 


Peignot. Stephen Gabriel. 


L 95 


Shorthand. 


I, 


46 


Rawlinson, Thomas. 


L 96 


Music. 


L 


47 


Smith, Richard. 


L 97 


Sports and Pastime--. 


L 


48 


Stevens, Henry. 


L 98 


Social Science, General. 


L 


48- 


I Thomason, George. 


L 99 


Special, Manner-; and Cus- 


L 


48- 


2 Vallinger. Stephen. 




toms, Easter. 


L 


49 


\\'anlev. Humfrev. 


L 100 


Christmas. 


L 


5" 


Watt, Robert. 


L loi 


Hallowe'en. 


L 


51 


Bibliography of Individual 


L 102 


Thanksgiving. 






Authors, Bacon, Francis. 


L 103 


Women. 


L 


51- 


I Bayle}-, Walter. 


L 104 


Child Study. 


L 


52 


Bradshaw, Henry. 


L 105 


Naturalization. 


L 


53 


Cervantes, Saavedra, M. de. 


L 106 


Immigration. 


L 


54 


Chaucer. Geoffrey. 


L 106-: 


[ Colonization. 


L 


54- 


I Cornaro, Luigi. 


L 106-: 


2 Capital Punishment. 


L 


54- 


2 Dafydd ab Gwilym. 


L 107 


Political Economy, Get,eral. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Bibliograph\-. Pcilitical Economy, 




Special. 


L io8 


Labour Questions. 


L log 


Employers' Liability. 


L no 


Free Trade, Protection, 




and Tariff. 


L III 


Reciprocity. 


L 1 12 


Government and Politics, 




General. 


L iij 


Special, Constitutional His- 




tory. 


L 114 


Cabinets. 


L 115 


Elections. 


L 116 


Suffrage. 


L 117 


Budgets. 


L 118 


Taxation. 


L iig 


State Ownership. 


L 120 


Subsidies. 


L 121 


Impeachment, Corrupt 




Practices. 


L 122 


Local Administration, 




Municipal Affairs. 


L 123 


Law. 


L 124 


International. 


L 125 


Consuls. 


L 126 


Arbitration. 


L 127 


Commerce and Trade. 


L 128 


Guilds. 


L 129 


Trusts. 


L 130 


Finance, Banking. 


L 131 


Insurance. 


L 132 


Pensions. 


L 133 


Social Science, Education. 


L 134 


Philosophy and Religion, 




General. 


L 135 


Psychology. 


L 136 


Ethics. 


L 137 


Theology. 


L 138 


Bible. 


L 139 


Devotional Books. 


L 140 


Roman Catholic. 


L 141 


Monastic Chronicles. 


L 142 


Occultism and Theosophy. 


L 143 


Witchcraft. 


L 144 


History and Geography, 




General 


L 145 


Special, Local and County. 


L 146 


Maps and Charts. 


L 147 


America, General. 


L 147-] 


Government Documents. 


L 148 


Special Periods — Pre- 




Columbian Discovery. 


L 149 


Colonial History. 


L 150 


Revolution. 


L 151 


Civil War. 


L 152 


Political Representation. 


L 153 


Senate. 


L ^54 


Senators. 


L 155 


Governt)rs' ^lessages. 


L 156 


Statesmen — Franklin. 


L 157 


Lincoln. 


L 158 


Monroe. 


L 159 


Washington. 


L 160 


Germans in United States. 


L 161 


Paul Jones MSS. 


L 162 


U.S. Government Docu- 




ments. 


L 163 


Naval History. 



Bibliography, History and Geog- 
raphy, U.S. 

L 164 ^laps and Charts. 

L 165 America by States. California. 

L 166 Connecticut. 

L 167 Indiana. 

L 168 Iowa. 

L i6g Louisiana. 

L 170 Maine. 

L 171 Minnesota. 

L 172 Missouri. 

L 173 New P^ngland. 

L 174 New York, Colonial History. 

L 175 General. 

L 176 Governors' Messages. 

L 177 MaiTiage Licences. 

L 1 77- 1 Ohio. 

L 178 Washington. 

L 179 America, North, General. 

L 180 Special, Canada. 

L 181 Central. Nicaragua. 

L 182 West Indies. 

L 183 Cuba. 

L 184 Porto Rico. 

L 185 England, General. 

L 186 Special, Middlesex. 

L 187 Monmouthshire. 

L 188 Somersetshire. 

L i8g Scotland. 

L igo Ii'eland. 

L igi France. 

L 192 Italy, General. 

L ig3 Special, Florence. 

L ig4 Venice. 

L ig5 Netherlands. 

L ig6 Russia. 

L ig7 Spain. 

L igS Asia, General. 

L 199 Special, India. 

L 200 China. 

F 201 Japan. 

L 202 Turkey. 

L 203 Polynesia, Samoa. 

L 204 Hawaii. 

L 205 Malaysia, Philippine Islands. 

L 206 Biography, General. 

L 207 Special, Musicians. 

L 208 Individual, Cromwell. 

L 2og I-'iction. 

L 210 Children's Books. General. 

L 211 Special, Natural History. 

L 212 Useful Arts. 

L 213 Biography. 

L 214 Fairy Tales. 

L 215 Boys' Books. 

L 216 Girls'. 

L 217 Language. 

L 218 Recitations. 

L 2ig Literature. 

L 220 Library Science. 

L 221 Poetry, Genera). 

L 222 Special, Canadian. 

L 223 English. 

L 224 Drama, English. 

L 225 Irish. 

L 226 Periodicals. 

L 227 Newspapers. 



KEY TO THE CLASSIFICATION 



23 



Class M— Printing. 



M I V 


rinting, Bibliography. 


M 2 


Historw 


M 2-1 


Special. 


M 3 


Origin and Antecedents. 


M 4 


National, America, General. 


M 5 


Special. 


M 6 


England, General. 


M 7 


Special, Presses, Cam- 




bridge. 


M 7-1 


Essex. 


M 8 


King's Printer. 


M 9 


Mar prelate. 


M 10 


Oxford. 


M II 


W'hittinghani. 


M 12 


Wales. General. 


M 13 


Special. 


M 14 


Scotland. General. 


M 15 


Special, Aberdeen. 


M 16 


Perth. 


M 17 


Ireland. 


M 18 


Special. 


M ig 


Erance, General. 


M 20 


Special, Paris. 


M 21 


Lyons. 


M 22 


Austria, General. 


M 23 


Belgium, General. 


M 24 


Special, Bruges. 


M 25 


Bohemia, General. 


M 25-1 


Greece. 


M 26 


German}-, General. 


M 26-1 


Cologne. 


M 27 


Holland, General. 


M 28 


Hungary, General. 


M 2() 


Italy, General. 


M 30 


Special. 


M 30-1 


Venice. 


M 31 


Russia and Poland, General. 


M 32 


Spain and Portugal, General. 


M 33 


Switzerland, General. 


^I 53-^ 


Special, Basel. 


M 33-2 


Eriburg. 


^I 34 


Scandinavia, General. 


-^I 35 


China. 


M 36 


Histor\- of Special Presses, 




Berthelets'. 


M 37 


Edinburgh. 


M 38 


Elzevier. 


M 39 


King's Printer. 


-M 40 


Marprelate. 


M 41 


Lutheran Press at Wit- 




tenburg. 


M 42 


Morisonsof Perth. 


M 43 


Oppenheim. 


M 44 


Oxford. 


-M 45 


Plan tin. 


:\i 46 


U Inch's Press. 


M 47 


W'hittingham. 


M 48 


Private Presses. 


M 49 


Secret Presses. 


M 50 


History of Special Classes, In- 




cunabula, Block Books. 


M 51 


Music. 


M 52 


Lives of Printers and their 




Works. England, General. 


M 53 


Special Towns, Exeter. 


M 54 


York. 



Lives of Printers and their Works. 

M 55 Scotland, Glasgow. 

M 56 Ireland, Dublin. 

M 57 Bavaria, Augsburg. 

M 58 Prussia, Cologne. 

M 59 Spain. 
M 60 Individual, Andrewe. 

M 61 Banks. 

M 62 Barbiere. 

M 63 Barker. 

M 64 Baskerville. 

M 65 Bercula. 

M 66 Berthelet. 

M 67 Bulklev. 

M 68 Butler! 

M 69 Byddell. 

M 70 Bynneman. 

M 71 Caxton. 

M 72 Copland. 

M 72-1 Day. 

M 72-2 Denhaui. 

M 73 Doesborgh. 

M 74 Dyer. 

M 75 East. 

M 76 Eaques. 

M 77 Foulis. 

M 78 Eust. 

M 79 Gaver. 

M 80 Gent. 

M 81 Gesner. 

M 82 Gibson. 

M 83 Godfray. 

M 83-1 (xiolito, J. and G. 

M 84 Grafton. 

M 85 Griininger. 

M 86 Gutenberg. 

M 87 Haghe. 

M 88 Herford. 

M 88-1 Hohenwang. 

M 89 Kele. 

M 90 Lant. 

M 91 Mayler. 

M 92 Middleton. 

M 93 Notary. 

M 94 Nvcholson. 

M 95 Plantin. 

M 96 Pocock. 

M 97 Pvnson. 

M 98 Rastell, J. 

M 99 Rastell, W. 

M 100 Ratdolt. 

M 10 1 Raynalde. 

M 102 Reinhard. 

M 103 Richardson. 

M 104 Savign\. 
M 104- 1 Schoeffer. 

M 105 Short. 

M io5 Skot. 

M 107 Treferi-s. 

M 108 Ulrich. 

M 109 V'aldfoghel. 

M 1 10 Verard. 

Mm Wolfe. 

M 112 Worde. 

M 113 Wyer. 

M 114 Printers' Marks. 



24 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



M 115 Typoj,Taphy — Invention of 
Mo\ able Types. 

yi 116 Book Illustration. 

M 117 Practical — General. Physi- 

cal features of Books. 

M 1 1 7- 1 Publishers' Exhibitions of 
Books. 

M 118 Typefounding — Printini; 

Type. 

M iig Machinery, Linotype. 

M 120 jMonotype. 

M 121 Ink. 



M 122 

M 123 

M 124 

M 125 

M 126 



M 
M 



127 
128 



M T2t) 

M 130 
M 131 



Proof Reading. 
Punctuation. 
Title Pages. 
Colophons. 
Imprints. 
Signatures. 
Ornamental Letters, 
Inscriptions, etc. 
Paper Making. 

Preservative. 

Marks. 



Initials, 



Class N 



o 

o 
o 
o 



1 Publishing, General. 

2 Publishers — Biographical 

Notices. 

3 Methods, 

4 Censorship of the Press. 

5 Bookselling. 



Publishing. 

N 



Biographical No- 
the Stationers' 



6 Booksellers 

tices. 
N 7 Stationers and 

Company. 
N 8 Newspaper Press History 
N q Paper Duty. 



Class O— Copyright. 



o 5 



1 Copyright Legislation, Bibliogra- 

phy. 

2 General Articles. 

3 In relation to Libraries. 

4 Legislation — America, United 

States. 
Rules for Registration in Ameri- 
ca, United States. 



O 






7 





S 





Q 





10 





II 



6 Copyright, Rules for Registration 
in America, North. 
Legislation in England. 
Rules for Registration in 

Plngland. 
Legislation, Eoreign. 
International. 
Colonial. 




Index. 



Abbot, Dr. Ezra, Librarian E 19-1 

Abbreviations, catalogue I 13 

Aberdeen, Canada, Library Assn. A 177 
Conference A 22-j 

Aberdeen, Scotland, Libraries, 

Public C 330 

University ^ 33i 

Printing, history of M 15 

Access to shelves in Lending Lib- 
raries E 104-106 



Reference Libraries 

L^niversity and College Lib. 
Accessions arrangement 

book 

frames 

indicators 

labels for books 

lists, adjustable 

methods 

records 
Accounts, Library 

Audit of 
Acquisition. See Book selection. 
Action for libel contained in books 
Acts, adoption of 
Additions, lists of : placard 
Adjustable Accessions Lists 

book holders 

catalogue frames 

classification scheme 

display bookcases 

indicator 

magazine list holder 

periodicals list 

sheaf catalogue 

sliding and suspended shelves 
Administration 

College Library 

small library 
Adminisrtrative work of staff 
Adoption of Library Acts 
Advertising the library 
Affiliated Societies of the A.L.A. 
Affiliation scheme of Library Assis 
tants' Association and Lib 
rary Association 
Africa, North, Libraries of 

South, Libraries of 

South, Library Conference 
Age Limit in Libraries 
Agenda, Committee 
Agreement blanks 
Agricultural Libraries in 



E82 

E82-1 

H97 

E66 

I 69 

E 87-101 

H 105 

I 69 

G25 

E66 

E6 

E7-2 

B46 

B37 
166 

J 69 
I 65 
I 69 

H4 

D29-3 

I 70 

E 70-6 

E 70-6, I 69 

I 65 
D29 
E2-7 
C136 

E3 
E 29 

B37 
F II 

A 16 



A 203 
C392 

c 393-396 

A 233 
E no 
E 12-1 

E57 
United 



States C 149 

bibliography L 70 

Aids and guides to book selection G 8 

bibliographical L 22 

cataloguing 1 43 

to reading G 8 

Alabama Libraries, general C 12 

State C 13 

Library Association A 23 

Summer School A 136 

Commission A 104 

legislation B 3 

Alaska, Libraries of C 161 



Albany, New York, Library School 

A 161-162 
Aldrich, Charles, Librarian E 19-2 

Alleghany, Pa, Public Library C 100 

Alphabetical arrangement in cata- 
logues I 3 
Alpine Club Library- C 466 
Althorp Library C 313 
Amalgamation of districts for lib- 
rary purposes E 49 
A.L.A. See American Libary Asso- 
ciation. 
America, Civil War, bibliography 
of "L 
Colonial history, bibliography of L 
Cuba, bibliography of L 
Germans in U.S., bibliography of L 
Governors' messages, bibliography 

of L 

Libraries of C 3- 

Nicaragua, bibliography of L 

North, bibliography of L 

Paul Jones, MSS., bibliography of 

L 
Political representation, biblio- 
graphy of L 
Porto Rico, bibliography of L 
Pre-Columbian discovery, biblio- 
graphy of L 
Revolution, bibliography of L 
Senate, bibliography of L 
Senators, bibliography of L 
South, Libraries of C 
Statesmen— Franklin, bibliography 
of L 
Lincoln, bibliography of L 
Monroe, bibliography of L 
Washington, bibliography of L 
United States, General, biblio- 
graphy of L 
Special L 148- 
Civil W^ar, bibliography of L 
Colonial history, bibliography 

of ' ' L 

Franklin (President), biblio- 
graphy of L 
Germans, in U.S., bibliography 



of L 

Government documents, biblio- 
graphy of L 

Governors' messages, biblio- 
graphy of L 
Libraries of C 3- 

Lincoln (President), biblio- 
graphy of L 

Maps and Charts, biblio- 
graphy of L 
bibliogra- 



64 
Monroe (President,, 

phj' of L 158 

Naval history, bibliography of L 163 
Political representation, biblio- 
graphy of L 152 
Senate, bibliography of L 153 
Senators, bibliography of L 154 
Washington (President), biblio- 
graphy of L 159 



26 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECOXOMY 



American Association of Law Lib- 
raries A 21 
State Libraries A ly 
catalogue, Annual I 60 
cataloguing rules I 2 
etchings, exhibition of F 66 
history, collections of books on G 51 
Library Academy. See American 

Library Institute. 
Library Association A 2-16 
Afhli'ation A 16 
Aims A 5 
Catalogue 1 60 
Cataloguing Rules I 2 
Charter A 4 
Committees A 8 
Conferences A21S 
Presidential Addresses A 219 
Constitution A 3 
Council A 6 
Executive Board A 7 
Headquarters A 15 
History of A 2 
Officers All 
Past officers A 12 
Publishing Board A 8 
Treasurer's reports A 10 
Trustees' section A 9 
American Library Conferences A 218-225 
Library Institute A 17 
Legislation general B 2 
Special states B 3-31 
state aid B 38 
taxation B 40 
American literature, exhibits F 40 
National Association of State lib- 
rarians A 20 
Education Association A 18 
Paintings, exhibits of, F 59 
Poetry, special collection of G 70-1 
Revolutionary picture exhibits F 67 
State aid to libraries B 38 
and Local Associations, general A 22 
special A 23-73 
Amherst Library catalogue I 60 
classification H 16 
summer school A 137 
Amounts spent on books G 2 
Amsterdam Library C 363 
Analyticals in cataloguing I 2 
Ancient libraries C 2 
Anderson, J. P., Librarian E 19-3 
Andrewe, Lawrence, Printer M 60 
Anglo-American catalogue rules I 2 
Animal exhibits F22 
Ann Arbor Library Club A 75 
University Library C 71 
Anniversaries E 129 
Annotation 1 37 
Appraisal or description I 38 
Rules, general I 12 
Annotation rules, special Fiction I 39 
historical works I 40 
juvenile works I 41 
slip I 12 
Anonymous literature, bibliography 

of L25 
cataloguing rules I 9 
Annual American catalogue I 60 
Antagonism between public and lib- 
rary assistants E 25 
Anthropology, classification of H 62 
Appliances and supplies D 24-39 
Museum F 18-2 



D30 


1 1 1-3 


L7- 


E21 


E14 
I 38 
E38 
E22 


G2 


L126 



Appliances, shelf 

Application forms E 57, E 

Applied arts, bibliograph}' of 
Appointment of assistants 

Librarian 
Appraisal of books 
Appraisal versus description 
Apprentice classes 

Appropriation, proportion of, for 

books 
Arbitration, bibliography of 
Architecture, classification scheme 

for collections of books on G41 

exhibits of F 33 

Library D 1-14 

Armagh Library (' 340 

Armour Institute Librar}' Class A 139 

Arrangement, alphabetical I 3 

Art books, exhibits F 36 

collections of books on G42 

Galleries F 19 

Museums and Lectures F 17 

Loan exhibits F 24 

Museums connection with Public 

Libraries F 17-18 
Artists, catalogue rules for names of I 4-3 
Arts, Society of. Universal catalogue I 57 
Arts and Science Congress, Classi- 
fication scheme H4-1 
Asia, general, bibliography of L 198 
Special — China, bibliography of L 200 
India, bibliography of L 199 
Japan, bibliography of L 201 
Turkey, bibliography of L 202 
Assistance to readers E 81 
Assistants, appointment of E 21 
apprentice classes E 21 
candidates' expenses E 35 
clubs, conferences, guilds E 24 
duties E 28 
education E 27 
entrance examinations E 21 
female E 37 
garments E n 
guilds E 24 
health E 34 
hours of work E31 
professional examinations E 27 
training E 27 
qualifications E 26 
relations with librarian E 23 
readers E 25 
salaries E 29 
time sheets , E 30 
training E 28 
vacations E 32 
women E 37 
Assisting readers E 81 
Associations A i-ioi. 178-21^ 
Astor Library catalogue I 60 
Atlanta Carnegie Library training 

class A 13S 

Atlas shelves D 29-4 

Atlases G 59 

Auckland Library C 407 

Auction fairs. Book L 33 

sales L 33 

Audit of accounts E 7-2 

Augsburg, printers of M 57 

Australasia, Library Association of A 216 

Library Conference A 234 

Australia, Libraries, general C 397 

South, Libraries C 398 

Western C 399 





INDEK 


27 


Austria, I>ibraries of 


C 355-1 


Bibliographical societies, Switzerland 


printing in 


M 22 




La 


Author bibliographies 


L 51-64 


Terms 


E64 


classification 


H98 


training classes 


L14 


entries in catalogue 


I4 


Bibliography, bibliographies, general 


indicator 


I/O 




L22 


marks for books 


H98 


book auctions 


L33 


numbers 


H98 


collecting 


L34 


tables 


H98 


fairs 


T 
L33 


tables, Cutter's 


H98 


prices 


L33 


Author and work marks 


H98 


rarities 


L34 


Automatic book shelves 


D29 


sales 


L33 


shelf steps 


D30-4 


Branch Library books 


L67 






("lassification of 


H 64, H 77 






College Library books 


L 70 


Uacon, Francis, bibliography of 


LSI 


Facsimile reproduction 


L 2Q 


classification scheme 


H5 


General articles 


LI5 


Baconian controversy 


L63-1 


History 


LI7 


Bagford, John, Book collector 


L36 


of libraries 


A 244, L 220 


Bahamas, Libraries of 


C167 


International 


L iq 


Baltimore Public Library 


C60 


National 


L18 


Bangkok Library 


C 387-1 


Practical 


L 20 


Bankes, Richard, Printer 


M61 


rules for compilation 


L16 


Banking, bibliography of 


L 130 


subject general 


L23 


Barbiere, Jean, Printer 


M62 


agriculture 


L79 


Barker, C. and R., Printers 


M63 


America, North 


L I7Q 


Barrett, Pranklin T., Librarian 


E 19-4 


Pre-Columbian discovery L 148 


indicators E 


89, 89-1 


revolution 


L 150 


Basel, printing press at 


M33-1 


Canada 


LI80 


Baskerville, John, Printer 


M64 


Bibliography, United States, 


general L 147 


Basket exhibits 


F25 


Special 


L 148-178 


Bath, Libraries of 


C 191 


Civil War 


L 151 


Bay Path Library Club 


A 76 


Colonial history 


L 149 


Bayley, Walter, bibliography 


of 


Germans in U.S. 


L 160 


vi^orks by 


L 51-1 


Government documents 


Beaufort, Margaret, Countess 


of 




L 147-1, 162 


Richmond and Derby, Book 


Governors' messages 


L155 


Collector 


L36-1 


Maps and charts 


L 164 


Beaver, Dam, Wis., Public Library C 128 


Naval history 


L161 


Belfast Library 


C341 


Political representat 


ion , L 152 


Belgium, bibliographical conferences L 11 


Senate 


Li53 


Bibliographical Society of 


L8 


Senators 


L154 


Printing in 


M23 


States, special 




Bellingham, Washington, Public 


California 


L165 


Library 


C 120 


Connecticut 


L166 


Bercula, Thomas, Printer 


M6=; 


Indiana 


L167 


Berthelet, Thomas, Printer 


M66 


Iowa 


L168 


Printing Press 


M36 


Louisiana 


L 169 


Bequests and gifts to Libraries 


C4q8 


Maine 


L 170 


Bergen Library 


C374 


Minnesota 


L171 


Berkshire, Libraries of 


C262 


New England 


L172 


lierlin Library 


C354 


New York 


L 174-177 


Berraondsey Libraries 


C 217 


Ohio 


L 177 


Bespeaking books 


E 120 


Washington 


L178 


Best books 


G8 


Anonyms 


L25 


Betting news, obliteration of 


E73 


Arbitration 


L126 


Bible, bibliography of the 


L138 


Asia, general 


L198 


Bibliographers, General 


L35 


special, China 


L 200 


Individual 


L 36-50 


India 


L 199 


Bibliographical aids 


L22 


Japan 


L 201 


bureaus 


L2 


Turkey 


L 202 


Conferences, Belgium 


Ln 


Author 


L 51-64 


England 


L TO 


Banking 


L130 


International 


LI2 


Bible 


L138 


exhibits F 28, L i.i 


Bibliographers, general 


L35 


Institutes 


L2 


individual 


L 36-50 


periodicals, America 


L3 


bibliographies 


L21 


England 


L6 


biography, general 


L 206 


publishers 


L 21-1 


special, Cromwell 


L208 


societies, America, United States L i 


juvenile 


L213 


Belgium 


L8 


musicians 


L 207 


Canada 


L4 


Bibliography, Subject, Block books L 32 


England 


L5 


Bookbinding 


L87 


Spenser Society 


L/ 


Botany 


L74 



28 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Bibliography, Boys' books L215 

Branch Library books L 67 

Broadsides L 26 

Budgets L117 

Cabinets L114 

California L 165 

Canada L 180 

Capital punishment L 106-2 

Cataloguing ' I i 

Catholic books L 140 

Child study L 104 

Children's books, general L 210 

special, Biography L213 

Boys' books L 215 

Fairy tales L 214 

Girls' books L216 

Natural history L211 

Useful arts L212 

China L 202 

Christmas L 100 

. Classification H i 

College Library books L 70 

Colonization L 106-1 

Commerce and trade L 127 

Connecticut L 166 

Constitutional history L 113 

Consuls L 125 

Corrupt practices L 121 

County and Local literature L 145 

Cromwell L 208 

Cuba L 183 

Devotional books L 139 

Domestic economy L 91 

Drama, English L 224 

Irish L 225 

Easter L 99 

Education L 133 

Elections L115 

Electricity L 82 

Emp.loyers' liability L 109 

England, general L 185 

special, Middlesex L 186 

Monmouth L 187 

Somerset L 188 

English drama L 224 

language L217 

Ethics L 136 

Fairy tales L 214 

Fiction L 209 

Fine arts, general L 92 

special L 93-97 

Florence L 193 

France L 191 

Franklin L 156 

Free Trade L no 

Gardening L 80 

Geography L 144 

Girls' books L216 

Government and politics L112 

Hallowe'en L loi 

Hawaii L 204 

History L 144 

House decoration L 81 

Immigration L 106 

Impeachment L 121 

Incunabula L 32 

India L 199 

Indiana L 167 
Insurance 
Iowa 

Irish drama 

Italy, general L 

special, Florence L _ 

Venice L 194 



L 131 
L168 
L225 
192 
193 



Bibliography, Japan L 201 

Jones, Paul, MSS. L ibi 

Labour questions L loS 

Language, English L217 

Law L 123 

International L 124 
Library science A 244, L 220 

Lincoln L 157 

Literature L210 

Local administration L 122 

literature L 145 

Louisiana L 169 

Maine L 170 

MalaN^sia-Philippine Islands L 2015 
Manners and customs L gg-102 
Manuscripts L 28-29 

Maps and charts L 146 

Mathematics L 7O) 

Medical botany L 90 

science L 89 

Metallurgy L 84 

Middlesex L 1S6 

Military arts L83 

Minnesota L 171 

Missouri L 172 

Monastic chronicles L 14: 

Monroe L 15S 

Municipal affairs L 122 

Music L 96 

Musicians L 207 
Natural history L 72, L211 

Naturalization L lo^ 

Netherlands L 105 

New England L 173 

Newspapers L 227 

New York, Colonial history L 174 

General literature L 175 

Governor's messages L 17b 

Marriage licences L 177 

Nicaragua L iSi 

Occultism L 142 

Pastimes L 97 

Patent specifications L 78 

Pensions L 13J 

Periodicals L 226 

Philippine Islands L205 

Philosophy L 134 

Photography L 93 

Physics L 75 

Poetry, general L221 

special, Canadian L 222 

English L223 

Political economy L 107 

special L108-111 

Polynesia, Hawaii L 204 

Samoa L 203 

Porto Rico L 184 

Pre-Columbian discovery L 14S 
Printing L 86, M i 

Protection L no 

Pseudonyms L 25 

Psychology L 135 

Railway engineering L 85 

Reciprocity L in 

Recitations L218 

Recreative arts L 92 

Religion L i34 

Revolution, American L 150 

Roman Catholic books L 140 

Russia L 196 

Samoa L 203 

Scotland L 189 

Shorthand L 95 

Social science, general L 98 



INDEX 



29 



Bibliography, Social science, 


spec 


ial 




L 


99-133 


Spain 




L197 


Sports 




L97 


State ownership 




L 119 


Subsidies 




L 120 


Suffrage 




L116 


Tariffs 




L no 


Taxation 




L118 


Technology 




L77 


Textiles 




L88 


Thanksgiving 




L 102 


Theology 




L137 


Theosophy 




L 142 


Trade 




L65 


Trade, guilds 




L128 


Travelling Library books 




L69 


Trusts 




L 129 


Turkey 




L 202 


Useful arts 


L77 


L 212 


Venice 




L 194 


Village Library books 




L68 


Washington, General 




L178 


State of 




Li59 


West Indies 




L182 


Witchcraft 




L143 


Women 




L 103 


Writing 




L94 


Zoolog}^ 




L73 


Bibliography, Theory 




L17 


Trade 




L65 


Universal 


Li 


9. I 58 


Bibliotheque Nationale 




C348 


Catalogue 




I 60 


Billings, John S., Librarian 




E19-5 


Bills, checking of 




G2 


Binder, preparation of books 


for 


K12 


Binders, catalogue 




I 65 


lettering 




K18 


mechanical 




J4 


temporary 




J4 


Binding, See Bookbinding. 






Biography, bibliography of 




L213 


Children's bibliography of 




L 206 


Classification of 




H63 


Bird books exhibition 




F37 


exhibits 




F26 


Birmingham and District Library 


Association 




A 188 


Libraries of 




C 192 


Bishopsgate Institute catalogi 


je 


I 60 


Bi-State Library Conference 




A 222 


Blacking-out betting news 




E73 


Blades, William, Book Collector 


L37 


Blanks and forms E 157, 


E iii-i 


Blind, books for the 


G 22, C 4t;2 


book selection for the 




G 22 


co-operative work for the 




F16 


Libraries for the, general 




C452 


in England 




C176 


United States 




C 143 


reading for the 


G 22, C 4t;2 


reading rooms for the 




E76 


work with the 




G 22 


Block books, bibliography 


f 


L32 


printing of 




M 50 


Blocks, card catalogue 




I 55 


Blotz, Hugo, Librarian 




E 19-6 



Bodleian cataloguing rules I 2 

Bohemia, Libraries in ^355-1 

printing in M 25 

Bolton, Libraries of C 193 

Bonaparte Library C 483 

Bonazzi classification scheme H 6 



Board Meetings, bye-laws governing 

E 10, E 12 

of Directors E 8 

Room tables E 12-2 

Boards for picture bulletins E 126 

Bodleian Library, Oxford C 250 



Bond, Sir Edward A., Librarian IC ic) 


Bonnage sheaf catalogue 


Ib5 


Bonner indicator 


E 90 


Book annotation 


I 37-41 


arts, classification of 


H64 


auctions 


L33 


Bookbinders, instructions to 


K 12 


of Cambridge 


K9 


London 


K8 


Oxford 


Kio 


United States 


K7 


York 


K II 


Bookbinding 


K I -2 1 


bibliography of 


Ki, LS7 


buckram for 


K 14 


class marking 


H 18 


cloth 


K 14 


committee's reports 


K4 


comparative cost 


K4-5 


equipments 


K 19 


exhibits 


L32, K3 


forgeries 


K2 


general 


K4 


historical examples 


K3 


history 


K2 


instruction slip 


K12-1 


leather 


K15 


deterioration 


K16 


lettering 


K18 


library binderies 


K 19 


material, general 


K 13-16 


special, cloth 


K14 


leather 


K15 


pegamoid for 


K 14 


peltine for 


K14 


periodical cases 


K21 


practical 


K4 


records 


K12 


reinforced 


K6 


repairs 


K 20 


serial 


K4 


sewing and stitching 


K17 


special classes of 


K6 


specifications 


Ks 


terras 


K3 


Book buying 


G2 


co-operative 


G3 


order form 


G2-3 


proposition book 


G2-^ 


records and processes 


G2-1 


routine book 


G2-3 


suggestion slip 


G5 


Book card charging trays and 


racks 




E 102-1 


guides 


E 102-3 


cards 


E 102-2 


carriers 


D31 


Book cases, adjustable display 


D 29-3 


dwarf 


D29-1 


revolving 


D 29-2 


charging cards 


E 102-2 


system 


E 102 


cleaning frame 


G36-1 


clearing houses 


G 10 


collation 


G27 


collecting 


L34 


collectors 


L 35-50 



50 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Book covers, temporary 


G33 


Book title-pages 


G 20 


cover design exhibitions 


F34 


trucks 


D31 


cutting 


G25-1 


worms 


G35 


damages, borrowers' penalties 


E118-1 


Books, accession labels for 


H 107 


dealers 


Gl-2 


bespoken 


E 120 


discarding 


G15 


children's 


L 210-216 


disinfection 


E 121 


classification labels for 


H 107-1 


distribution 


G39 


doubtful 


G16 


exhibitions, general 


F35 


duplicate, care and disposal 


of G17 


special F 36-46 


, M 117-1 


for librarians 


A 245-246 


fairs 


L33 


home delivery of 


F6 


holders 


D33 


how to open 


G3 


illustration 


M 116 


in foreign languages 


G 23 


exhibitions 


F31 


travelling collections 


G70 


indexes 


Ji 


instructions in the use of 


C504 


indexing 


Ji 


libel contained in 


B4b 


indicators 


E 87-101 


out of print 


G12 


injuries from damp, heat. 


and 


overdue 


E117 


light 


G36 


register for 


E117 


insects 


G35 


physical features 


M 117 


issues, charging 


E 84-103 


preparing for binder 


K12 


indicators 


E 87-101 


public 


G25 


statistics 


E135 


printed at sea 


M 2-1 


Book-keeping, Library 


E7 


purchase of 


Gi-3 


Book labelling 


G25 


reference 


L66 


labels 


G30 


renting collections of 


G13 


lettering and numbering 


K18 


reserving 


E 120 


lists. See Cataloguing. 




secondhand 


G9 


loans 


E 107 


special collections of 


G 40-79 


making exhibitions 


F 29 


titles of. See Title pages. 




marks 


G32 


use of 


C504 


mutilation 


G34 


Borders to title pages 


L 124 


ordering 


G2 


Borrajo, Edward M., Librarian E 19-8 


plate exhibitions 


F33 


Borrowers application forms 


E 113-1 


plates 


G 30 


cards 


E 113-4 


pockets 


E 102-4 


guarantors 


E 112 


postage 


F9 


index to 


E 111-2 


preparation for pviblic use 


G25 


interchange between libraries E 116 


preservation 


G33 


numerical register 


L III-2 


prices 


G4-5 


privilege issues 


E 115 


bibliography 


L33 


registration of 


E III 


production 


F 29 


Borrowing powers under Acts 


B41 


rarities 


L34 


rights 


E 111-116 


renewals 


E 119 


Boston, Mass., Public Library 


C61 


replacements 


G 20 


private libraries 


C478 


reservation 


E 120 


Bostwick, Dr. Arthur E., Librarian E 19-9 


rests and holders 


D33 


Botany, bibliography of 


L74 


sales 


L33 


medical, bibliography of 


L90 


satchels 


G33 


Bournemouth Library C i 


93-1, C 280 


selection 


G 1-24 


Box, pamphlet 


J5 


aids and guides 


G8 


Boxes for filing 


J 5 


for the blind 


G 22 


Boys' books, bibliography of 


L 215 


fiction 


G21 


Brackets, newspaper 


E 70-2 


foreign books 


G23 


shelf 


D30-1 


juvenile books 


G 24 


Bradbury, A. G., Librarian 


E 19-10 


Booksellers, bibliographical notices of N 6 


Bradford, Libraries of 


C 194-195 


foreign 


G23-1 


Bradshaw, Henry, Librarian 


E 19-11 


general 


G2-r 


bibliography of 


L52 


library 


Gl-2 


Braille. See Blind, books for 


the. 


remainder 


G 9-1 


Branch library books 


L67 


secondhand 


G9-1 


methods 


Fi 


Bookselling 


NS 


planning 


D13 


Book shelves 


D 26-29 


Brentford Library 


C 196 


showcases 


D32 


Brett, William H., Librarian 


E 19-12 


signatures 


G28 


Brighton Library 


C197 


sizes 


G26 


Bristol and Western District Branch 


slips 


E86-1 


Library Association 


A 1 89 


stamping 


G2S, 31 


libraries, ancient 


C200 


stands 


D33 


general 


C198 


storage 


G38 


medical 


C 190 


supports 


D30-1 


British Colonies, collections 


of 


tags. See Labels. 




books on 


GS2 


tariff 


G6 


library legislation in 


B36 


.thefts 


G37 


Empire, libraries of 


C347 



INDEX 



31 



British Museum C 172 

catalogue 1 60 

manuscript 1 68 

rules 1 2 

classification scheme H 7 

sliding bookcases D 29 

Hroadsides, bibliography of L 26 

Hrookline, Mass., Public Library C 63 
15rooklyn, New York, library legis- 
lation B 22 
private libraries C 479 
public libraries C 88 
Brown, James D., Classification 
schemes. See Adjustable 
and Subject Classification 
schemes. 
Sheaf catalogue I 65 
Brown, John Carter, special collection 

G 42-1 
Brown University Library C 136-1 

Brownbill's classification scheme H 8 

Browne,. Miss Nina E., Librarian E 19-13 
Browne charging system 
Bruges, printing in M 24 

Brunet's classification scheme H 9 

modified H 10 

Brussels Institute of Bibliography L8 
Buckram for binding K 14 

Budgets, bibliography of L117 

Buffalo, New York, Library Club A 77 
Public Library C 89 

Building specifications D 3 

Buildings. See Architecture and 

Planning. 
Bulkley, Stephen, Printer M 67 

Bullen, George, C.B., LL.D., 

Librarian E 19-14 

Bulletin boards E 126 

Bulletin of the American Library 

Association A 237 

Bulletins, catalogue I 34 

picture E 126 

Bureaus, card catalogue I 52 

for Duplicates. See Clearing House. 
Burlington, Iowa, Public Library C47 
Burmah, libraries of C 387 

Burnham, John M., Librarian E 19-15 

Burns, portrait exhibitions F 83 

Bury Library C 201 

Richard de, Book collector L 38 

Business man and the library F 13 

side of the library E 6, 7 

Butler, John, Printer M 67 

Butterfly exhibitions F 27 

Buying books G 1-3 

Byddell, John, Printer M 68 

Bye-laws, library E 45 

for library committees E 10-12 

Bynneman, Henry, Printer M 70 



Cabinets and cupboards D 34-5 

bibliography of L 114 

card catalogue I 53 

filing J 6 

pigeon hole J 10 

stationery E 57-1 

telephone index D44-1 

vertical filing J 6 

Calcutta, Government Library C 385 

California, bibliography of L 165 

libraries, general C 14 

law C 16 

state C7, 15 



California Library Association, con- 
stitution A 25 
history A 24 
meetings A 29 
members A 26 
organisations A 28 
publications A 27 
commissions A 105 
legislation B 4 
literature exhibitions F41 
Southern, Library Associations A 30 
summer school A 140 
University classification scheme H ii-i 
Cambridge libraries, general C 202 
public C 203 
University C 204 
Printing Press M 7 
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Univer- 

sit}' Library C 64 

Cambridgeshire, libraries of C 263-266 
Campbell, Duncan, catalogue of col- 
lection of manuscripts, etc L 29 
Campbell, Francis B. F., Librarian 

E 19-16 

Canada, bibliographical societies of L 4 

bibliography of L 180 

Government Library C 154 

Libraries, general C 155 

special C 156-160 

Library Associations of A 176-177 

conferences A 226-277 

Canadian poetry, bibliography of L 222 

Candidate's expenses E 35 

Canfield, James Hulme, L^ibrarian E 19-17 

Cape Cod Library Association A 78 

Colony, libraries of C 393 

Capital punishment, bibliography 

of L 106-2 

Capitalization 1 8 

of German nouns I 8 

Carbon lamps D 21-1 

Card, accession record E 66 

book E 102-2 

borrowers' E 111-4 

Card catalogue I 48 

arrangement 1 49 

and indicator combined I 70 

blocks 1 55 

bureau 1 52 

cabinets 1 53 

cards 1 56 

distribution I 52 

drawers 1 54 

guards 1 55 

guides I 55 

rules 1 49 

trays I 54 

versus printed catalogues I 64 

Card charging cards E 102-2 

systems E 102 

versus indicator systems E 103 

trays and racks E 102-1 

Card index I 48, J 

guides I 55 

signals I5S-1. J 

issue trays E 102-1 

newspaper delivery check E 71 

pockets E 102-4 

staff time E 30 

stock record E 66 

stores index D45-1 

Cardiff Library C 328 

Carey, Henry, Librarian E 19-18 

Carnegie, Andrew, Library gifts C 498 



32 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C 20 

A31 

A 105 

B5 
C 22 
C 23 
A 32 

B5 

C 136-2 

D31 

F18-3 

J5 

E7 
D35-2 
42 
65 
53 
56 
52 
58 
52 
54 
45 
54 
69 

5-1 
46 

47 



Carolina, North, Libraries, Public 
Library Association 
Commission 
legislation 
South, Libraries, general 
public 
Library Association 
legislation 
University Library 
Carriers, book 
Case, Museum show 

pamphlet 
Cases. See Shelving. 
Cash accounts 
Castors, Silent, for chairs 
Catalogue arrangement 
binders 
cabinets 
cards 

distribution of 
. printed 
sale of 
trays for 
copy for printer 
drawers 
frames 
printers 
printing 

in Libraries 
machinery I 45-2, M119 

Catalogues, general 

bulletins and magazines 
card 

arguments against 
versus printed 
children's 
classified 

versus dictionary 
class lists 
dictionary 

display methods I 66- 

examples 1 59 

handwriting for 
indicator 

manuscript versus printed 
page 

panoramic 

placard 1 69 

printed 

versus card 
manuscript 
reading lists 
scrap book 
sheaf 

trade G 

travelling card 
universal 
Cataloguing, general 
accession frames 
aids and guides 
and indexing, co-operation in 
annotation, general 

special, appraisal or description 
fiction 

historical literature 
juvenile literature 
arrangement 
bibliography of 
bulletins 
card, general 

rules 
central bureaus 
co-operative 
Cataloguing rules, general 



Cataloguing rules, A.L.A. 
Anglo-American 
Bodleian 
British Museum 
Dziatzko 
L.A.U.K. 

Linderfelt's Eclectic 
New York State Library 



34 
48 

51 
64 
36 
32 

30 
33 
31 

70 
60 

44 
70 

63 
68 
67 
70 
62 
64 
63 
35 
68 

65 
78 
61 

57 
Ii 
69 
43 
58 
37 
38 
39 
40 

41 
42 
Ii 

34 
48 
49 
52 
58 
-29 



I2 
I2 
I2 
I 2 
I2 
I2 
I2 
I2 



Cataloguing rules for special subjects : 

abbreviations I 13 

alphabetical arrangement I 3 

annotation I 12 

anon3'ms 1 9 

art collections I 14 

artists' names I 4-3 

author entry I 4 

capitalization 1 8 

of German nouns I 3 

card 1 49_ 

children's catalogues I 11 

cities, names of I 42 

classified catalogues I 10 

contractions I 13 

corporate entry I 5 

Government documents I 15 

incunabula I 16, 

learned societies' transactions I 23. 

local collections I 17 

manuscripts I 18 

maps I 19 

music 1 20 

noblemen 1 4-1 

pamphlets 1 2r 

periodical literature ■ 1 22 

photographs and portraits I 24 

printing 1 25 

prints 1 26 

pseudonyms 1 9 

punctuation M 123 

reports 1 27 

scientific literature • 1 28 

subject headings I 7 

title entry I 6 

trade catalogues I 29 

transliteration I 3-2 

women's names I 4 
Catholic literature, bibliography of L 140 

Caxton, William, Printer M 71 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Public Library 

C48 
Cels' classification scheme H 11-2 
Censorship, press N 4 
Central cataloguing bureaus I 52 
Centralisation of library administra- 
tion E 4-5 
Cervantes Saavedra, M. de, biblio- 
graphy of L 53^ 
books on G 42 
Ceylon, Libraries of C 386 
Chained libraries C 446 
English C 175 
Chairs D 35 
castors for D 35-2 
for children's rooms D35-1 
pads for D 35-3 
Charging cards E 102-2 
methods E 85 
systems, accessories C102-1-3 
borrowers' cards for E113-4 
card E 102 
dummy method E 86-2 
indicators, general E 87 
special makes E 88-101 
ledger E 86 



INDEX 



33 



Charging systems, slip method K86-1 

trays and racks E 102-1 

Chatsworth Library C 484 
Chaucer, Geoffrey, Bibliography of L 54 
Chautauqua Summer Library School 

A 141 
Check cards, newspaper delivery E 71 

sheets, periodical E71 

Checking bills E 7 

Chelsea Libraries C218 

Chemistry, Classification of H 64-r 
Cheshire Libraries C 267-268 

Chesshyre's Library C 4S5 

Chatham's Library, Manchester C 236 
Chevenne, Wyoming, Public Library 

C134 

Chicago Libraries, general C 35 

historical C 38 

public C 36 

University C 37 

Library Club A 79 

round table meetings A 80 

Child and the library E 123 

study, bibliography of L 104 

Children's books, bibliography, 

general L2ro 

special, biography L213 

boys' books L 215 

fairy tales L 214 

girls' books L 216 

natural history L211 

useful arts L 212 

classification of H 65 

exhibitions of F 38 

selection of G 24 

catalogues I 36 

rules for I 11 

librarians', training for E 38 

libraries and the school E 130 

library anniversaries E 129 

associations E 125 

bulletin boards E 126 

chairs 1^35-1 

furniture D 25 

management and policy E r23 

picture work E 126 

pictures, travelling collections 

of E 127 

planning D 10 

reading tables D 37 

rules and regulations E 122 

story hour E 128 

telling E 128 

reading E 134 

rooms E 124 

furniture for D 25 

planning of D 10 

school libraries E 131 

travelling libraries E 132 

story hour and story telling E 128 

Chili, National Library of C 164 

China, Libraries of C 389 

printing in M 35 

Chinese books, collections of G44 

Chivers' indicator E gi 

Choice of books. See Book buying, 

children's reading E 134 

Christiania, Libraries of C 375 
Christie, Richard C, Book Collector 

L38-1 

Christie Library, Manchester C 237 

Christmas, bibliography of L 100 

gift books, exhibitions of F 39 

Chronological arrangement H 99 



Church libraries C 439, 445 
Circulating department E 84 
pictures F 15 
Cities, catalogue rules for names of I 4-2 
Civil Service Examination for Libra- 
rians E 21 
Clarke, George T., Librarian E 19-19 
Class lettering H 107 
lists 1 33 
marking H107, Kr8 
Classics, classification of H 73 
Classification and shelf arrangement 

H 96-106 

bibliography of Hi 

in College Libraries H 2 

in Public Libraries H 2 

California University Scheme H ii-i 

close H 93 

difficulties of application H 59 

fixed H 94 

general principles H 2 

logical or scientific H 57-58 

loose H 92 

labels for books H 108 

movable H 95 

notation H 102 

number labels H 107 

relative H 60 

Classification schemes, general H 3 

special, Adjustable H 4 

Arts and Science Congress H 4-1 

Bacon H 5 

Bonazzi H 6 

British Museum H 7 

Brownbill H 8 

Brunet H 9 

modified H 10 

Brussels H 11 

California University H ii-i 

Cels Hi 1-2 

Clemens H 12 

Coleridge H 13 

Congress Library H 14 

Cutter ' H 15 

Dewey H 16 

modified H 17 

Dieserud H 18 

Edmands H 19 

Edwards H 20 

Farley H 21 

Fletcher H 22 

Garnier H 23 

Gesner H 24 

Harris (G. W.) H 26 

Harris (W. T.) H 25 

Hartwig H 27 

Harvard University H 27-1 

Home H 28 

Jena Repertorium H 29 

Earned H 30 

Lebas H 31 

Manutius H 32 

Naude H 34 

New York State H 3.; 

Ogle H 36 

Peabody Institute H 37 

Perkins H 38 

Poole H 39 

Quinn-Brown H 40 

Richardson H 41 

Rowell H 42 

Royal Institution H 43 

Savigny H 44 

Schrettinger H 45 



34 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 


LIBRARY ECONOMY 


Classification scliemes, special, Schwartz 


Clippings G 72 




H46 ' 


Clips, newspaper E 70-2 


Shurtleff 


H47 


periodical E 70-2 


Sion College 


H48 


Clocks for Libraries D 43 


Smith 


H49 


Close classification H 93 


Sonnenschein 


H50 


Clothbindings K4, 6 


Subject 


H51 


Cloth for book covers K 14 


Willcox 


H52 


Club and Society Libraries C 465-475 


Winsor 


H^^ 


Libraries in England C 190 


■Classification schemes for special 


rooms E 50 


Libraries 


H61 


Clubs and Libraries F 14 


scientific 


H58 


Library. See Library Associa- 


shelf labels 


H105 


tions, Clubs. 


subject, arguments against 


H56 


Coat rails and racks D 42 


for 


H55 


Codice, Egyptian L 28 


special, anthropology- 


H62 


Cogswell, Joseph G., Librarian K 19-20 


architecture 


H62-1 


Cole, George W., Librarian E 19-21 


bibliography 


H77 


Coleraine Library C 342 


biography 


H63 


Coleridge's classification scheme H 13 


book arts 


H64 


Collation of books G 27 


chemistry 


H 64-1 


Collections, local G 56 


children's books 


H65 


Special. See Specialisation of 


classics 


H73 


Libraries, Special collec- 


countries 


H66 


tions, and also under Sub- 


education 


H67 


ject of collection. 


fairy tales 


H68 


College and University Libraries, 


fiction 


H69 


general C 41 1-438 


folk lore 


H70 


special, England C 178 


forestry 


H7I 


United States C 136 


Government documents 


H72 


College Department Libraries. See 


Greek classics 


H73 


Individual Colleges. 


history 


H74 


Library, access to shelves E 82-1 


illustrations 


H7S 


administration C 136 


Latin classics 


H73 


books L 70 


law 


H76 


co-operation E 49 


library economy 


H77 


planning D 13 


local collections 


H78 


students. Library privileges to 


mathematics 


H79 


E 113, 114 


medicine 


H80 


Colleges and Libraries F 12 


music 


H81 


Cologne, Printers of M26-1, M 58 


naval literature 


H82 


Colonial booksellers 


numismatics 


H83 


Institute Librar}^ C 231 


paintings 


H85 


Libraries C 347 


philosophy 


H84 


Librar}' legislation B 36-1 


photographs 


H85 


Colonization, bibliography of L 106-1 


psychology 


H85-1 


Colophons M 125 


recreative arts 


H86 


Colorado Library Association A 33 


religion 


H84 


Commission A 106 


science 


H87 


Legislation B 6 


Shakespeareana 


H88 


State Normal School A 143 


sociology 


H89 


Coloured shelf labels H 108 


typography- 


H90 


Columbia College Library School A 144 


zoology 


Hqi 


District of, Library Association A 37 


subordinate arrangement, general H 96 


Library Club A 80-1 


special, accession 


H97 


University Library . C 136-4 


author 


H98 


Columbus (Ohio) Library Club A 80-2 


chronological 


H99 


Combination of Library districts E 49 


size 


H 100 


Commercial and Industrial Libraries 


universal scheme 


HS4 


C459 


'Classified catalogue 


I 32 


Libraries in the United States C 144 


rules 


I 10 


Commemorative tablets E 65 


versus dictionary catalogue 


I 31 


Commissions, Library A 102-134 


Classified record of Library 


H 104 


Committee, delegation of powers to E g-i 


Cleaning frame for books 


G36-1 


Librar}^ E 9-10 


Clearing House for books 


Gio 


bye laws for E 10 


duplicates 


G18 


meetings, agenda E 12-1 


Government documents 


G18 


minute book E 12-1 


periodicals 


G67 


records E 12-1 


Clemens' classification scheme 


H12 


Complaint slips for borrowers E 57 


Clerical Libraries in England 


C177 


Concilium Bibliographicum cata- 


Clerkenwell Library 


C218-1 


logue I 58 


Cleveland Public Library 


C97 


Condemnation of worn books G15 


league 


E125 


Conferences, Bibliographical, Belgium 


Summer School 


A 142 


L II 





INBEX 


35 


Conferences, Bibliographical, England L lo 


Croydon Libraries 


C 205 


International 


L12 


Crunden, Frederick M., Librarian 


Library, general 


A2I7 




E 19-25 


special 


A 218-235 


Cuba, bibliography of 


L183 


Congress Library 


C3 


Cupboards 


D34-5 


card catalogue distribution 


I 52 


map 


D34-6 


classification scheme 


H 14 


Cutler, Louisa, Librarian 


E 19-26 


Connecticut, bibliography of 


Li66 


Cutter, Charles Ammi, Librarian 


E 19-27 


Library Association 


A 34 


Cutter author marks 


H98 


Commission 


A 107 


classification scheme 


H15 


Legislation 


B6-1 


tables 


H98 


Public Libraries 


C 2i:-2q 


Cutting up books 


G 25-1 


Consolidation and centralization "E 4 


Cycle accommodation in Libraries 


Ess 


Constantinople, Library of 


C384 






Constitutional history, bibliogrs 


iphy 






of 


L 113 


Dafydd ab Gwilym, bibliography of 


Consuls, bibliography of 


L126 




LS4-2 


Consulting Librarian 


E39 


Daily statistics 


Ei3S 


Consumption and Libraries 


E 121 


Dakota, North Library Association A 35 


Contagion 


E 121 


Commission 


Aio8 


Contractions, catalogue 


I 13 


South Library Association 


A 36 


Convention of Librarians 


A 217-235 


Damages to books, borrowers' penalties" 


Conversation rooms in Libraries 


E51 




E118-1 


Conway's Library 


C486 


Date guides for card system 


E 102-3. 


Co-operation of College Libraries E 49 


Daters, rubber stamp 


G31-2 


of Library Commissions 


A 10^ 


Davenport, Iowa, Public Library 


C49 


Co-operative book buying 


G3 


Darwen Library 


C 206 


cataloguing 


I 58 


Davis, Thomas, Library worker 


E13 


work for the blind 


F16 


Dawson, John, Bibliographer 


L39 


Copenhagen, Libraries of 


C371 


Day, John, Printer 


M 72-1 


Copland, Robert, Printer 


M 72 


Debating rooms in Libraries 


E51 


Copley Prints, Exhibitions of 


F72 


Decay of leather bindings 


K16 


Copy for printer 


I 45 


Decimal author tables 


H98 


Copying press 


E61-2 


Decoration of Library buildings 


D3-1 


stands 


E61-3 


Delaware Libraries C 30, C 135 


Copyright 


i-ii 


Library Commission 


B6-2 


in relation to Libraries 


O3 


Delegation of powers 


E 9-1 


legislation, American 


O4 


Delisle, Leopold, Librarian 


E 19-28 


bibliography of 


Oi 


Delivery desk 


D34 


Colonial 


On 


of books 


F6 


English 


O7 


stations 


F2 


Foreign 


O9 


Denham, Henry, Printer 


M 72-2 


International 


10 


Denmark, Libraries of C 


370-371 


registration in America 


O5 


Library Association of 


A 213 


North America 


06 


Dennison's labels 


H105 


England 


08 


Dent, Robert, Librarian 


E 19-29 


Cork carpets, care of 


D15 


indicator 


E93 


Library 


C343 


Denver Library Commission 


A no 


Cornell University Library 


C 136-5 


Deposit collections of books 


G45 


Cornwall, Libraries of 


C 260-272 


stations 


F 2 


Corporate catalogue entry, rules for ' I 1; 


Depository Libraries 


E4 


Correspondence files 


J8 


De Quincey, Thomas, Book Collector 


numeric 


J9 




L 39-1 


Corrupt practices, bibliography 


of L 121 


Derby, Countess of. See Beaufort, 


Cost of Library buildings 


D3 


Margaret. 




Costume exhibitions 


F47 


Derbyshire, Libraries of 


C273 


Cotgreave, Alfred, Librarian 


E 19-22 


Desk racks 


D34-3 


indicator 


E92 


supplies 


D34-4 


Counters 


D34 


trays 


D 34-3 


Countries, classification scheme for H 66 


Desks 


D34 


Country Libraries. See Travelling 


flat top 


D34-1 


Libraries and Village 


reading 


D36-1 


Libraries. 




roll top 


D34-2 


County Council control of rural 


typewriter 


E62-r 


libraries 


F3 


Des Moines Library Club 


A8r 


extension E 


4, F 1-16 


Deterioration of leather 


K16 


travelling libraries 


E4, F4 


Devonshire, Libraries of C 


274-277 


Covers for books 


G33 


Devotional books, bibliography of 


L 139 


Cowell, Peter, Librarian 


E 19-23 


Dewey, Melvil, Librarian 


E 19-30 


Coxe, Rev. H. O., Librarian 


E iq-24 


classification scheme 


H16 


Crime and punishment, bibliography 


modified 


H17 


of 


L 106-2 


Dibdin, Thomas F., Book Collector 


Cromwell, bibliography of 


L208 




L 39-2 


portrait exhibitions 


F84 


Dictionary catalogues 


I 31 



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INDEX 



37 



Everett, Washington, Public Library 

C 121 

Examination, Library entrance E 21 

professional E 27 

Exchange of duplicates of State 

documents G 18, G 10 

Exchanges between Libraries G 10 

Exchanging books E 107 

Exemption, rate B 44 

Exeter, Libraries of C 207 

printers of M 53 

Exhibits at Library Conferences A 243 

in Libraries, general F 20 

special F 21-95 

Ex Libris G 30 

Expansive classification scheme H 1.5 

Expenditure on books G2 

See also Finance. 
Expenses attending conferences E 36 

candidates for staff appointments E 35 
Extension methods. See Library ex- 
tension. 
Extra tickets E113-115 



Facsimile reproduction L 30 

Factory Libraries in United States C 144 
See also Libraries and industrial 
education. 
Fair}- tales, bibliography of L214 

classification of H 68 

Faques, Richard, Printer M 76 

Faques, William, Printer M 76 

Far East, Libraries of C 388 

P'arley's classification scheme H 21 

Fastenings, magazine and periodical 

E 70-2 

Female assistants and Librarians E 37 

Ferguson, Mrs. W. K., Librarian E 19-38 

Fiction, annotation of I 39 

author numbers H 98 

bibliography of L 209 

classification of H 69 

indicators E 92, E 97 

selection of G 21 

Files, correspondence J 8 

newspaper E 70-1 

Filing and indexing J i 

apparatus J 4 

boxes J 2 

mechanical methods of J 4 

methods J i 

pamphlet filing boxes J 5 

system, vertical J 6 

vertical files J 4 

Finance E 6 

committee E 8, En 

Financial records E 7 

Finding lists I 3 

Fine arts, bibliography of L 92 

slips E118 

Fines and penalties En? 

receipts E 87, E ti8 

Finland, Libraries of C 368 

Finsbury Public Library. See Clerken- 

well Public Library, 
Fire appliances D 46 

insurance, protection, etc. D 46 

Fish exhibition F 49 

Fiske, Willard, Librarian E 19-39 

Fittings, general D24 

shelf D 30-D 30-3 

Fixed classification H 94 

Fixtures, general D 24 



Fletcher's classification scheme 


H22 


Floor preparation 


D 15-1 


Floors and floor covering 


D15 


Florence, bibliography of 


I' 193 


Libraries of 


C359 


photographs of, exhibitions 


F79 


Florida Libraries, general 


C32 


special 


C32 


Library Association 


A 38 


Florigene 


D15-1 


Folios. Si5« Shelf arrangement. 




Folk lore, classification of 


H70 


collections of books on 


G47 


Forbes Library Summer School 


A 146 


Foreign booksellers 


G23-1 


books, travelling collections of 


G79 


languages, books in 


G23 


Library, Manchester 


C238 


periodicals 


G66-3 


Forestry, classification of 


H71 


Formalin 


E 121 


Formation of Libraries 


Ei 


Forms, borrower's application 


E 113-1 


Foskett, Edward, Librarian 


E 19-40 


Foulis, Brothers, Printers 


M77 


Fox River Valley Library Club 


A 82 


Frames, map 


D33-1 


France, bibliography of 


L 191 


Libraries of 


C 348-352 


Library Association of 


A 214 


Conferences 


A 230 


National Library of 


C348 


Franklin, bibliography of 


L156 


portrait exhibitions 


F85 


Free access to shelves E82 


, E 104-106 


Free lectures 


F96 


Free Libraries 


CiJ et seq. 


I'ree trade, bibliography of 


L no 


French fiction G23, L217 


Friburg, printing press at 


M33-2 


Functions of Libraries 


Fio 


Furnishers, general 


D24 


Furniture, general 


D24 


for children's rooms 


D25 


for reading rooms 


D25 I 


inventory 


D45 


school Library 


E 131-1 


Fust, Johann, Printer 


M78 


Gardening, bibliography of 


L80 


Garnett, Richard, Librarian 


E 19-41 


Garnier's classification scheme 


H23 


Gas lighting of Libraries 


D20 


Gaver, James, Printer 


M79 


Gent, Thomas, Printer 


M80 


Geographical exhibitions 


F51 


works, bibliography of 


L144 


classification of 


H66 


Geological exhibitions 


F51 


Georgia Library Association 


A 39 


Commission 


yV III 


legislation 


B7 



University Library C33,C 136-6 

German books G 23 

nouns, rules for capitalization I 8 

vowels, cataloguing rules for I 3-1 

Germans in United States, bibliography 

of Li6o 

Germany, Libraries of C 353-355 

library conferences A 231 

school, Berlin A 214-1 

printing in M 26 

Gesner, Conrad, Printer M 81 



38 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Gesner classification scheme H 24 

Gibson, Thomas, Pyinter M 82 

Gifts and bequests C 498 

Giolito, Joanne and Gahr'xeX, Printers M 83-1 
Gipsy literature, collections of G48 

Girls' books, bibliography of L216 

Gladstone Library C 487 

Glasgow Libraries, general C 334 

private C 335-1 

University C 335-2 

printers of M 55 

University Library catalogue I 60 

Glazing of Libraries D 3 

Gloucestershire, Libraries of C 279-281 

Glue E 59 

Godfrey, Thomas, Pyinter M 83 

Goethe, collections of books on G 49 

Gold ink marking K 18 

Goldsmith, Oliver, bibliography of L 55 
Goldsmiths Library of economic lite- 
rature C 180 
Gothenburg Library C 377 
Governing Boards E 8 
Government and politics, bibliography 



of 



L 112 

L 147-1 
K6 

I 15 
H72 
G50 

Ji 
L163 

E39 
M84 
E97 
C72 



, documents, bibliography of 
binding of 

cataloguing rules for 
classification of 
collections of 
indexing 

of U.S., bibliography of 

inspection of Libraries 

Grafton, Richard, Printer 

Graham indicator 

Grand Rapids Public Library 

Gravesend Library C 207-1, C 281 

Gray's Inn, London, Library C 230 

Greece, Libraries of C 356-357 

printing in M 25-1 

Greek classics, classification of H 73 

vases, paintings of, exhibitions F 68 

Green, Samuel S., Librarian E 19-41 

Greenboro, South Carolina, Public 

Library 
Greenwood, Thomas, Library Worker 
Groningen, [library of 
Griininger, Johann, Printer 
Guarantors for borrowers 
Guards, card catalogue 
Guides, book card 
card catalogue 

index 
charging system 
shelf 
Guildhall Library, London 
Gutenberg, Johann, Printer 



C 24 

E13 

C364 

M85 

E112 

I 55 
E 102-3 

1 55 

I 56, J 4 

E 102-3 

H 103 

C 227 

M86 



Gwilym, Dafydd ab, bibliography of L 54-2 

Hagar, Miss Sarah C, Librarian E 19-43 

Haggerston, W. J., Librarian E 19-44 

Haghe, Inglebert, Printer M 87 

Haigh Hall Library C 488 

Halifax Library C 207-2, C 323-1 

Hall, Thomas, private Library of C489 

Hallowe'en, bibliography of L loi 

Hammersmith Libraries C 219 

Hampstead Libraries C 220 

catalogue 1 60 

Handwriting, Librarv I 44 
Harris, G. W., classi'tication scheme 

of ■ H 26 

W. T., classification scheme of H 25 



Hartlepool, Connecticut, Public 

Library C 25. 

Hart\vig, Otto, Librarian E 19-45 

classification scheme H 27 

Harvard University Library C 64, C 136-7 

catalogue 1 60 

classification scheme H 27-1 

Hat racks D 42 

Hayes, Rutherford P., Librarian E 19-46 
Health of assistants E 34 

Heat, injuries to books from G 36 

Heating D 16 

Hereford Libraries C 201 

Herefordshire, Libraries of C 282 

Herford, John, Printer M 88 

Katherine, Printer M 88 

Hero exhibitions F85 

High School Libraries. See School 

Libraries. 
Hill, J. P., Librarian E 19-47 

Hints to small Libraries E 3 

Historical collections G 51-52 

Libraries C 447.448 

of United States C 138 

literature, collection of books on 

America G51 

British Colonies G 52 

societies, Libraries of C 447, 448 

works, annotation of I 40 

exhibitions of F40 

History, bibliography of L 144 

classification of H 75 

of Libraries. 5^; Library history. 
Hohenwang, Ludwig, Printer M88-1 

Holders for books D 33 

shelf labels H 106 

Holiday bureaus in Libraries F 14-1 

Holiday opening of Libraries E 48 

Holidays of Librarians and assistants E 32 
Holland, printing in M 27 

Holmes, Oliver W., bibliography of L 56 
Home delivery of books F 6 

Libraries F 7 

Homes, H. A., Librarian E 19-48 

Honey wood, Dean, private Library of C 490 
Honolulu Library C 409 

Home's classification scheme H 28 

Hosmer, James K., Librarian E 19-49 

Hospital Libraries in England C 181 

United States C 153 

Hours of opening E 46 

staff E 31 

House decoration, bibliography of L81 

Household Libraries C 450, F 7 

in United States C 152, F7 

Housing of books G 8 

Hove Library C 208-1, C 319-2 

Hudson River Library Club A 82 

Hull Libraries C 209 

Hungary, printing in M 28 

Hurst, Thomas, Librarian E 19-50 



Iceland, Library of C 381 

Idaho Library Commission A 112 

Illinois Library Association A 40 

Commission A 112-1 

legislation B 8 

State Library C 34 

University Library C 136-8 

School A 147 

Illumination, systems of D 17-18 

Illustrations, classification of H 75, 

See also Pictures. 



INDEX 



i\-*ai'i. 



39 



Illustrations of Library buildings D 3, 4 
Immigrants, books for G 23 

Immigration, bibliography of L 106 

Immoral literature G 16 

Impeachment, bibliography of L121 

Imprints G 29, M 126 



Income Tax 


B43, 44 


Incunabula, bibliography of 


L32 


cataloguing rules for 


I 16 


printing of 


M50 


Index, borrowers 


E 111-2 


bureau 


Ji 


cabinets, telephone 


D44-1 


card 


I 56 


guides 


I 55 


cards, store 


D45.1 


society 


Ji 


Indexing aids and guides 


J3 


history and theory 


Ji 


rules 


J2 


India, bibliography of 


L199 


Libraries of 


c 385-387 


office Library 


C173 


Indian artists, paintings by, exhibitions 


of 


F62 


curios and relics, exhibitions ol 


F52 


Indiana, bibliography of 


L167 


Library Association, constitution A 41 


meetings 


A 42 


Library commission 


A 113 


legislation 


B9 


school 


A 148 


summer school 


A 149 


Northern, and Southern Michi 


gan 


Library Club 


A 86 


Public Libraries 


C40 


State Library 


C9 


Indianapolis Library Club 


A 84 


round table 


A 85 


Public Library 


C41 


Indicator, accessions 


E 87-101 


accessories 


Eioi-i 


tickets 


ElOI-2 


trays 


E 101-3 


and card catalogue combined 


I 70 


author 


I 70 


book 


E 87-101 


catalogue 


1 70 


charging 


E 87-101 


fiction 


I 70 


periodicals 


E72 


veystis card charging 


E 103 


Indies, West, Libraries of 


C 166-168 


Industrial and commercial Libraries C 459 


books, collections of 


G53 


education and Libraries 


F13 


exhibitions 


F53 


Libraries in England 


C182 


trade catalogues 


G78 


Infection 


E 121 


Influence of reading 


C503 


Information desks in Libraries 


E8t 


Ingraham, Robert C. Librarian 


E 19-51 


Injuries to books 


G36 


Injury to Library property, penalty for B 45 


Initials 


M 128 


Ink for labels 


E58 


printing 


M 121 


writing 


E58 


Insect pests 


G35 


Inscriptions 


M128 


Institutes for Librarians 


E41 



See also Library Institute. 
Instruction in the use of books 



C504 



Insurance, bibliography of L131 
of l-ibraries D 40 
Interchange E 116 
of borrowing privileges E 49 
Interchangeable tickets E 116 
Interior decoration of Libraries D 3-1 
Inter-Library loans E 49 
International Bibliographical Confer- 
ences L12 
bibliography L 19 
cataloguing rules I 2 
Lib ary conferences A 235 
Interstate Library Conferences A 221 
Inventory book E66 
formula for taking. See Stocktaking, 
furniuire D 45 
Iowa, bibliography of ■ L 168 
City Library Club A 87 
Libraries, general C 43 
historical C 44 
St;ite C 45 
historical C46 
Library A-.sociation, history A 43 
meetings A 44 
Commission A 114 
legislation B 10 
State Library C 8 
Summer Library School A 150 
U.iiversity Library C 136-9 
Ipswich l.ir)rary C 209-1, C 317 
Ireland, bibliography of L 190 
Librarit s Acts ■ B 34 
Libraiies of C 339-346 
Lib ary Assistants' Association A 212 
legislation B 34 
Priming in M 17-18 
Public libraries Association A 196 
Irish Drama, bibliography of L225 
exhibitions F 54 
Kural Library Association A 195 
Islington Libraries C 221 
Issue charging and registration 

methods • • E 85-104 

statistics E 135 

trays, c ird E 102-1 
Italy, Association for promotion of 

Libraries in A 215-1 

bibliography of, general L192 

special, Florence L 193 

Venice L 194 

Libraries of C 358-361 

Li l)rary Conferences A 232 

Printing in M 29-30 



]Kc\i?,ov\,V , Liby avian £1:9-52 

Jamaica, Libraries of C 168 

Jan es, Hannah P., Librarian E 19-53 

Miss M. S. R., Librarian E 19-54 

Japan, bibliography of L201 

Libraries of C 390 

Japanese prints, exhibitions of F 73 

Jast's classified catalogue rules 1 10 

Jefferson, collections of books on G 54 
Jena Repertorium classification 

scheme H 29 

Jersey City Public Library C 79 
Jevons, W. Stanley, bibliography of L58 

Jewett, Charles C, Librarian E 19-55 

Johnson, Samuel, Book Collector L40 

Jones, (rardner M., Librarian E 19-56 

John Winter, Librarian E 19-57 
Jones, Paul, j\TSS., bibliography of L 161 

Juvenile books, annotation of 1 41 



40 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Juvenile books, bibliography, general L210 


special, biography 


L213 


boys' books 


L215 


fairy tales 


L214 


girls' books 


L216 


natural history 


L211 


useful arts 


L212 


books, classification of 


H65 


exhibitions of 


F38 


selection of 


G24 


catalogues 


I 36 


rules for 


In 


Librarians, training for 


E38 


Library and the School 


E130 


Juvenile Library, anniversaries 


E 129 


associations 


E125 


bulletin boards 


E126 


furniture 


D25 


management and policy 


E 123 


picture work 


E126 


travelling collections of 


E 127 


planning of 


Dio 


rules and regulations 


E122 


story hour 


E128 


telling 


E128 


reading 


E134 


rooms 


E 124 


furniture for 


D25 


planning of 


D 10 


school Libraries 


E131 


travelling Libraries 


E 132 


story hour and story telling 


E128 


work 


E 123 


Kansas Library Association 


A 45 


Commission 


A 115 


legislation 


Bii 


State Libraries 


C55 


Kansas City Library Club 


A 87-1 


Kele, Richard, Printer 


M89 


Kennedy Indicator 


E98 


Kentucky Libraries 


C56 


Library Association 


A 46 


legislation 


B 12 


Kettering Library 


C 210 


Keystone Library Association 


A 47 


King's Printer 


MS 


printing press 


M39 


Kossovitch, C. A., Librarian 


E 19-58 


Kroeger, Alice Bertha, Librarian 


E 19-59 


L.A.U.K. See Library Association 




of the United Kingdom. 




Label holders for shelves 


H106 


Labelling books 


G25 


for open access Libraries 


H108 


Labels and book plates 


G30 


accession, for books 


H 107 


Labels, classification for books 


H 107 


number 


H 107 


periodical 


E70-4 


shelf 


H105 


classification 


H107 


colour 


H108 


Labour questions, bibliography of 


L108 


La Crosse, Wis,, Public Library 


C129 


Ladders 


D30-G 


Ladies' rooms 


E78 


Lady assistants and Librarians 


E37 


Lamps, electric metallic filament 


D21-1 


Lancashire, Libraries of C 283-294 


Language, bibliography of 


L217 



Lant, Richard, Printer M 90 

Lantern slides, exhibition of F 55 

Larned's classification scheme H 30 

Latin classics, classification of H 73 

Law, bibliography of L 123 

classification of H 76 

collections of legal books G 55 

international, bibliography of L 124 

Librarians, conferences of A 225 

Libraries C 451 

American Association of A 21 

in England C 183 

in United States C 150 

Lawrence, Mass., Public Library C 65 

Laws. See Legislation for Libraries. 

Layton, W. E., Librarian E 19-60 

League of Library Commissions A 103 

" Leagues " for children E 125 

Leaning bars, newspaper E 70-2 

Learned Societies' transactions, 

cataloguing rules for I 23 

Leather, deterioration of K 16 

for bookbinding K 15 

preservative K 15 

Lebas' classification scheme H 31 

Lecture Hall planning Dii 

Lectures, Art Galleries and Museums F 17 

in Libraries F96 

Ledger charging system E 86 

Ledgers, loose leaf E 7-1 

Leeds, Libraries, general C211 

private C 213 

public C212 

Legislation for Libraries Bi-36 

Legislative reference department F 15 

Legler, Henry E., Librarian E 19-61 

Leland Stanford University Library 

C 136-10 

Leicester Libraries C 213-1 

Lending Library, age limit Eiio 

borrowers' registration Em 

students' tickets E 113 

charging systems E 85-104 

special card E 102 

indicator E 87-roi 

ledger E 86 

open access E 104 

loan period, rules and regulations 

E 107-110 

inter-Library loans E 108 

travelling Libraries E 109 

methods E84 

planning, general D 8 

special, for open access D 9 

Leommster, Mass., Public Library C66 

Lessing, Gotthold, Librarian E 19-62 

Letter files J 2 

Lettering and numbering books K 18 

class H 107 

Lewisham Libraries C 222 

Leyden, Library of C 365 

slip catalogue I 65 

Leypoldt, F., Librarian E 19-63 

Libel contained in books B 46 

Librarians' aids A 246 

and assistants E 14-43 

appointment of E8i 

as secretaries E 9-2 

biographical notices of E 18-19 

consulting E 39 

Libraries A 245 

of the Mersey District Association A 190 

qualifications E 14 

reading E id 



INDEX 



4t 



Librarians' recreations 
registration of 
relations with staff 

trustees 
salaries 
social duties 
superannuation 
women 
Librarianship 
Libraries Acts 

adoption of 
ancient 
and art galleries 

clubs 

colleges 

industrial education 

museums 



E17 
E 42 
E23 
En 
E15 
E17 
E43 
E37 
E 14-43 

632-35 
B37 

C2 

F17 

F 14 
F12 

F13 

F18 



National Home Reading Union F 12 

public education F 12 

reading circles F 12 

schools, relations between E 130 

settlement work F 14 

social work F 14 

technical education F 13 

the Press C 201 

the Study Club F 14 

arguments against C 500 

in favour of C 499 

as holiday bureaus F 14-1 

centralisation and consolidation of E 4-5 

educational value of C 502 

endowed C 464 

dust in D 15-1 

formation of E i 

government inspection of E 39 

. history and description of, general C i 

special C 2-497 

prison C 141, 187, 457 

private C 476-496 

proprietary C 497 

rate supported C 11 

rating of B43 

special association of A 21-1 

specialization of G 40 

Sunday opening of E 47 

taxation of B 43 

use of, by the public F 10 

Libviiry A 240 

Library (new series) A 240-1 

Library accounts. See Accounts. 

administration E 

advertising methods F 11 

architecture D i 

Libi'ciiy Ass/'stant A 241 

Library Assistants' Association, 

constitution A 201 

history A 200 

meetings A 202 
proposed affiliation with L.A.U.K. A 203 

branches, general A 204 

special A 205-212 

Library Association of America. See 

American Library Association. 

Library Association of Australasia A 216 

Denmark A 213 

Ireland A 196 

Italy A215-1 

Scotland A 197 

United Kingdom A 187 

affiliation schemes A 203 

aims A 181 

branches A 188-193 

charter A 180 

committees A 183 



Library Association of United Kingdom, 

constitution A 179 

council A 182 

history A 178 

membership A 186 

officers A 185 

treasurer's report A 184 

cataloguing rules I 2 

conferences C 228 

presidential addresses C229 

diploma E 40 

examinations E 27 

Library Association Monthly Notes A 240 

Library Associatiofi Record A 240 

Library Association registration 

scheme E 42 

clubs and commissions A 1-134 

Library bibliography E 244 

bindery K 19 

boards. See Committee, Trustees. 

buildings, comparative cost of D 3 

designs exhibit F56 

bulletins 1 34 

Library Chronicle A 240 

Library Club rooms E 50 

clubs A 74-134 

commissions, general A 102 

league of A 103 

special Ai04-i34 

committees E 9 

conferences A 217 

exhibits A 243 

conversation and debating rooms E 51 

co-operation E 49 

cycle accommodation E 55 

debating rooms E 51 

dept. ofN.E.A A 18 

economy, bibliography of A 224, L220 

classification of H 64, 77 

editions Gii 

endowments C 498 

exhibitions E 20 

See also under subject of exhibit. 

extension F i-g6 

functions F 10 

furniture D 24-45 

garment E33 

government inspection E 39 

handwriting 1 44 

history and description, general C i 

special C 2-497 

institutes, America A 17 

England E 41 

inventory E66 

Library Journal A 237 

Library labour saving devices D 24 

lectures F 96 

legislation, general B i 

America B 2 

special States B3-31 

colonial B 36-1 

loafers and loungers E 54 

magazines and bulletins I 34 

management E 2 

methods. See Administration. 

movement, extension to rural districts F 3 

of Congress C 3 

catalogue cards I 52 

organization E i 

periodicals, professional, America, 

general A 236 

special A 237-239 

organs L.A.U.K. A 240 

independent organs A 241 



43 V 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Library periodicals, Library Assistants' 
Association A 242 

post F 9 

practice E 2 

Press A 236-242 

printing department I 47 

property, penalty for injuring B45 

quotations E 65 

rate, limitation B42 

E63 

E56 

E136 

E53 
I2 

A. 135 
A 136-175 



recipes 
removal 



reports 
rest rooms ■ 
school rules 

schools, American, general 
special 



English 
Liverpool 
Manchester 
Wig an 
Germany, Berlin 
Sweden, Stockholm 
science, bibliography of 

classification of 
smoking rooms 
statistics 
supplies 
talks 
training 
classes 
" Library Week " 



A 199 

A 199-1 

A 199-2 

A 199-3 

A 214 

A215 

A 224, L 220 

H 64. 77 

E52 

E 13"; 

D24 

E128. F96 

E 27-28 

E 22, E27 

A 223 



Library Work, technical terms used in E 64 

workers, biographical notices of E 13 

Lihrary World A 240-1 

Lifts D 25-3 

Light, injuries to books from G 36 

Lighthouse Libraries C 456 

Lighting, general D 17 

artificial, general D 19 

electric D 21 

gas D 20 

natural D 18 

Limerick Library C 346 

Lincoln, President, bibliography of L 157 

Nebraska, Library Club A 88 

Lincolnshire, Libraries of C 295 

Linderfelt's card catalogue rules I 2, 1 49 

Linoleum for floors D 15 

Linotype M119 

in catalogue printing I 47, M 119 

Lists, Class I 32 

reading I 30 

shelf H 104 

Literary and Philosophical Library, 

Manchester C 239 

history, bibliography of L219 

classification of H 64 

Liverpool Libraries, general C 214 

public C 215 

Library school A 199-1 

Loafers and loungers in Libraries E 54 

Loan department E 84-106 

Loan period — Rules and regulations E 107 

special, inter-Library E 108 

travelling Library E 109 

system E 84-106 

Loans, Inter-Library E 49 

interchange of borrowing privileges E 49 

Local administration, bibliography of L122 

collections, cataloguing rules for I 17 

classification of H 78 

history collections G 56 

literature, bibliography of L 145 



Local literature, collections of G 56 

Location book H 104 

sheets H 104 

Locke, George H., Librarian E 19-64 

Lockyer-Lampson Library C 491 

Lockers for staff E 33-2 

Locket, Arthur G., Librarian E 19-65 

Logical classification H 57-58 

London Libraries, general C216 
special C 217-231 

Library catalogue I 60 

University College Library 

C 231-1, C 310-1 

Long Island Library Club A 89 

Loose classification H 92 

Loose leaf ledgers E 7-1 

memorandum books E 57-3 

Los Angeles Public Library C 17 

training class A 151 

Lost books, borrowers' penalties E 118-1 

Louisiana, bibliography of L 159 

State Library C 57 

Loungers in Libraries E 54 

Lund Library C 378 

Lutheran Press at Wittenburg M 41 

Lynn, Mass., Public Library C 67 

Lyons Printing Press, history of M 21 



MacAlister, J. Y. W., Librarian E 19-66 

MacElro}-, E. P., Librarian E 19-67 
MacGill University Summer Library 

School A 153 

MacLauchlan, John, Librarian E 19-68 

Madden, Frederick W., Librarian E 19-69 

Madison, Wis., Libraries, general C 130 

Madison, Wis., Public Library C 131 

Madonna, paintings, exhibitions of F 69 

Magazine cases and covers K 21 

fastenings E 70-2 

list holder E 70-6 

lists, adjustable E 72 

name plates E 70-4 

racks D 40 

room management E 75 

rules E 74 

time notices E 70-5 

Magazines. See Periodicals. 

and bulletins I 34 
Magliabechi, Antonio, Librarian E 19-70 
Maine, bibliography of L 170 
Library Association A 48 
Commission A 116 
legislation B 13 
Eastern, Library club Ago 
State College Library C 136-11 
school A 152 
Malaysia-Philippine Islands, biblio- 
graphy of L 205 
Manchester and District Library Assis- 
tants' Association A 206 
decision re Income Tax 
Libraries, college A 234 
ecclesiastical C 235 
general C 232 
public C 233 
special C 236-247 
Library school A 199-2 
Manuscript versus printed catalogue 1 63 
Manuscripts, bibliography of L 2S-29 
cataloguing rules for 1 18 
special collections of G 57 
Manutius' classification scheme H 32 
Map cupboards D 34-6 



INDEX 



43 



Map easels 1^33^ 
frames D 33-1 
Maps and charts, bibliography of L 146 
cataloguing rules for I 19 
special collections of G 59 
Marcus Aurelius Antonius, biblio- 
graphy L 58 
Maritime Provinces of Canada, Libra- 
ries of C 156 
Marking books G 31, H 106 
Marking, class H 107 
Marks, paper M 131 
Marks, printer's M 114 
Marprelate Press M 9, M 40 
Marsh's Private Library C 492 
Marshalltown, Iowa, Public Library C 51 
Maryland Library legislation B 14 
Public Library Commission A 117 
State Library Commission A 118 
Massachusetts Library Association A 49 
club A 91 
Commission A 119 
legislation B 14-1 
public Libraries, special C 61-70 
Western Library Association A 50 
Material, bookbinding K 13 
Mathematics, bibliography of L 76 
classification of H 79 
Mauritius, Libraries of C395 
Maxwell, Sara B., Libitirian E 19-71 
Mayler, John, Printer M 91 
Mayor's Library, Manchester C 240 
Mazzinghi, T. J. de. Librarian E 19-72 
Mechanical binders J 4 
preparation of books G 25 
Medical botany, bibliography of L90 
Libraries C 453 
England C 184 
London C 229 
Manchester C 240-1 
United States C 151 
Library Association, England A 194-1 
literature, bibliography of L89 
classification of H 80 
National catalogue of I 60 
special collections of G 58 
Melbourne Library C 404 
Mending books K 20 
materials for K 20 
torn leaves K 20 
Memorandum books, loose leaf E 57-3 
Mercantile Libraries C459 
Meredith, George, bibliography of L58-1 
Merlin's classification scheme H 33 
Mersey District Library Association A 190 
Metal cupboards D 34-5 
filing cabinets J 7 
shelving D 27 
Metallic filament lamps D 21-1 
Metallurgy, bibliography of L 84 
Methods in Libraries. See Library 
administration, 
of reaching the public F 10 
Mexico National Library C 165 
Mezzotints, exhibitions of F 74 
Michigan Libraries C 71-72 
Library Association A 51 
Commission A 120 
Southern and Northern Indiana 

Library Club A 86 

Summer School A 154 

University Library C 136-12 

Middlesex, bibliography of L 186 

Libraries of C 296-310 



Middleton, William, Printer M92 

Military Arts, bibliography of L83 

Libraries C 453 

of United States C 139 

Millman. Rev. W. H., Librarian E 19 73 

Milton, John, bibliography of L59 

Milwaukee, Library catalogue I 60 

club A 92 

Wisconsin Public Library C 132 

Minnesota, bibliography of L 171 

Libraries, general C 73 

historical C 74 

Library Association A 52 

Commission A 121 

legislation B 15 

Public Library C 75 

Travelling Library F 4 

University Library C 136-13 

school A 155 

Minute book, committee E 12 

Missals, bibliography of L 31 

Missing books, inventory of. See 

Stocktaking methods. 

Missouri, bibliography of L 172 

Library Association A 53 

Commission A 122 

legislation B 16 

University summer course A 156 

Mohawk Valley Library Club A 93 

Monastic chronicles, bibliography of L141 

Libraries C 439-44G 

manuscripts L 28 

Monmouth, bibliography of L 187 

Monongahela Valley Library Club A 94 

Monotype M 120 

Monroe, bibliography of. L 158 

Montana Library Association A 54 

legislation B 17 

University Library Class A 57 

Montreal Libraries C 157 

Montrose Library C 336 

More, Sir Thomas, bibliography of L 60 

Morgan, Augustus de, Book Collector L 41 

indicator E99 

Morison's Printing Press at Perth M 42 

Morris, William, Book Collector L42 

Movable classification H 95 

Mullins, John Davies, Librarian E 19-74 

Municipal affairs, bibliography of L 122 

Libraries C 11 

literature, special collections of G 60 

ownership, bibliography of L 122 

reference work F ^5 

Muscatine, Iowa, Public Library C 52 

Musee Dobree, Nantes C 350-1 

Museums E 17-1S 

Act F 18-1 

appliances F 18-2 

cases F18-3 

Music, bibliography of L96 

binding of part K 6 

cataloguing rules I 20 

classification of H8r 

collections in Libraries G 62 

exhibitions F44 

printing of M 51 

value of, in Libraries G 61 

Musicians' biography, bibliography of L207 

Mutilation of books and newspapers G 34 

Name plates, general E44-1 

Nantes, Musce Dobree C 350-1 

Nashville Library Association A 95 

Natal, Libraries of C 394 



44 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



National Association of State 




New York, bibliography of 


L175 


Librarians 


A 20 


Central Library club 


A 97 


bibliographj' 


L18 


Circulating Library training class 


A 160 


Education Association of America 


A 18 


City endowed Libraries 


C91 


Home Reading Union and Libraries F 12 


mercantile Library 


C92 


Liberal Club Library 


C470 


public Library 


C90 


Libraries C 


3 et sea. 


scientific Libraries 


C93 


Natural history, bibliography of L72, L211 


Club and society Libraries 


C469 


Naturalization, bibliography of 


L 105 


Colonial history, bibliography of 


L174 


Nature books, exhibitions of 


F45 


Governors' messages,bibliography of L 176 


study 


L72 


Library club 


A 96 


Naude. Gabriel, Librarian 


E 19-75 


legislation 


B21 


classification scheme 


H34 


literature, exhibitions of 


F43 


Naval Libraries 


C455 


marriage licences, bibliography of 


L177 


in England 


C186 


Private Libraries 


C480 


United States 


C 140 


Public Libraries 


C87 


literature, classification of 


H82 


Public Library Division of the 




Nebraska Libraries, general 


C76 


University 


A 127 


college 


C77 


State Libraries of 


C84 


Library Association 


A 55 


Library 


C 10 


Commission, history 


A 127-1 


Association 


A 59 


meetings 


A 123-2 


cataloguing rules 


I2 


legislation 


B18 


classification scheme 


H35 


University Summer School 


A 158 


school 


A 161 


Needlework exhibitions 


F57 


summer school 


A 162 


Nernst electric lamp 


D21-1 


University and College Libraries 


C85 


Net price system 


G4 


Library C 


136-14 


Netherlands, bibliography of 


L195 


New Zealand. Libraries of C 406-408 


Libraries of C 362-365 


Nicaragua, bibliography of 


L181 


Neubauer, Adolph, Librarian 


E 19-76 


Noblemen, catalogue rules for 


I 4-1 


Nevada Library legislation 


B19 


Nodier. Charles, Booh Collector 


1^43 


Newark literature, exhibitions of 


F42 


Noiseless castors for chairs 


D35-2 


Public Library 


C80 


pads for chairs 


D35-3 


Newberry Library catalogue 


I 60 


Non-fiction card 


E 113 


New Britain. Connecticut, Public 


resident borrowers 


E 115 


Library . 


C26 


Normal Schools. See Library Schools. 


Newcastle Library Assistants' 




Northampton, Mass., Public Library 


C68 


Association 


A 205 


Northamptonshire. Libraries of C j 


12-313 


catalogue 


I 60 


North Eastern Library Assistants' 




New England, bibliography of 


L173 


Association 


A 207 


Libraries 


C78 


Northern Counties Library Associa 


i- 


Library Association 


A 56 


tion 


A193 


Commission 


A 124 


North Midland Library Association 


A 191 


New Hampshire Library Association A 57 


Northumberland, Libraries of 


C314 


Commission 


A 125 


and Durham Library Assistants' 




New Haven. Connecticut, Public 




Association 


A 209 


Library 


C27 


North West Canada. Libraries of 


C158 


New Jersey Library Association 


A 58 


United States. Libraries of 


C95 


Commission 


A 126 


Library legislation 


B23 


legislation 


B20 


North Western Branch Library 




summer school 


A 159 


Association 


A 192 


New London, Connecticut, Public 




Library Assistants' Association 


A 208 


Library 


C28 


University Library C 


136-15 


New Orleans, Louisiana, Libraries 


C8 


Norway, Libraries of C . 


572-375 


New South Wales Libraries C 


401-402 


Norwegian books 


G23 


Newspaper brackets 


E70-2 


Norwich, Connecticut, Public Library C 29 


clips 


E 70-2 


Notary, Julian, Printer 


M93 


delivery check cards 


E71 


Notation for books and shelves 


H102 


files 


E70-1 


Notice boards 




indexing 


Ji 


Notices 


E44 


leaning bars 


E70-3 


periodical 


E70-4 


name tablets 


E70-4 


Novel reading question 


G21 


press history 


N8 


Novels in Libraries 


G21 


racks 


D39 


Noyes, Stephen B., Librarian 


E 19-77 


rods 


E70-2 


Numbering and lettering books G 25 


, H107 


stands 


D38 


machines G 25 


H107 


time notices 


E70-5 


Numerals. Roman 


I 43 


Newspapers, betting news, in 


E73 


Numeric Correspondence Files 


J^ 


bibliography of 


L227 


Numerical register, borrowers 


E 111-2 


mutilation of 


G34 


Numisatics, classification of 


H83 


Newsroom management and policy 


E69 


Nycholson, James. Printer 


M94 


planning 


D6 






New York Apprentices* Library cata- 


Occultism, bibliography ot 


L 142 


logue 


I 60 


O'Donovan, John, bibliography of 


L6t 





INDEX 


45 


Ogle's classification scheme 


H36 


Paper duty 


Ng 


Ohio history, bibliography of 


Li77-r 


making 


M 29 


Libraries, general 


C96 


marks 


M 131 


travelling 


C96-2 


preservatives 


M 130 


Library Association 


A 60 


Parliamentary papers, collections of 


G 50 


commission 


A 128 


Paris, Libraries of 


C351 


legislation 


B24 


printing, history of 


M 20 


State University Library C96-1 


, 136-16 


Parker, Archbishop, Book Collector 


L44 


summer school 


A 163 


Parvin, Theodore S., Librarian 


E 19-79 


Oil paintings, exhibitions of 


F60 


Paste 


E59 


Oklahoma, Libraries ot 


C98 


Pastimes, bibliography of 


L97 


Library Association 


A61 


Patent Office Library 


C174 


legislation 


B25 


specifications, bibliography of 


L78 


Onawa, Iowa, Public Library 


C55 


Paterson, New Jersey, Public Library C 8r 


Ontario Libraries 


C159 


Pawtucket, R.I., Public Library 


C 106 


Library Association 


A 176 


Pay collections. See Duplicate collections. 


conferences 


A 226 


Peabody Institute catalogue 


I 6a 


Open Access, arguments for and 




classification scheme 


H37 


against 


E 104 


Pearl industry, exhibitions 


F76 


lending department E 


104-106 


Pedagogical literature, special collec 




partial 


E 105 


tions of 


G65 


reference department 


E82 


Pegamoid for bookbinding 


K 14 


Oppenheim Press 


M43 


Peignot. Stephen Gabriel, Booft Collector L 45 


Order book 


G2-1 


Peltine for bookbinding 


K14 


Order department 


G25 


Penalties and fines 


E118 


list 


G2-3 


Penalty for damage to Library property B 46 


slip 


G2-3 


Pennsylvania, Libraries of C 


[ 00-104 


Ordering books G 


25, G2 


Library Club 


A 98 


Oregon, Libraries of 


C99 


Commission 


A 130 


Library Association 


A 62 


legislation 


B27 


commission 


A 129 


University Library C 


136-17 


legislation 


B26 


Western Library Association 


A 63 


Organization 


Ei 


Pensions, bibliography of 


L 132 


Organizations of Librarians 


A 1-235 


Pensions for Librarians 


E 43 


Oriental collections 


G63 


Penzance Libraries 


C 251 


Ornamental letters 


M128 


Peoria Library classification scheme 


H52 


Ottumwa, Iowa, Public Library 


C54 


Pepys private Library 


C493 


Out of date books 


G15 


Percentages of classes in Libraries 


G2 


Overalls for assistants 


E33 


Perforating stamps 


G 31-1 


Overdue books 


E 117 


Periodical check sheets 


E7r 


register 


E 117 


clips 


E 70-2 


Overseer's Library, Manchester 


C 241 


fastenings 


E70-2 


Ownership marks in books 


G31 


files 


E70-I 


Oxford, Libraries, general 


C249 


filing 


E70 


special, Bodleian 


C250 


indicator 


E72 


Press 


Mg, 44 


labels and notices 


E70-4 


Oxfordshire, Libraries of 


c 315 


lists, adjustable 


E70-3 






literature, cataloguing rules for 


I 22-2 J 


Pacific North West Library Associa 


- 


special collections of 


G66 


tion 


A 62-1 


notices 


E70-4 


Pads for chairs 


D35-3 


racks 


D40 


Page catalogues 


168 


register 


E71 


Paintings, classification of 


H85 


Periodicals, arrangement of 


E70 


exhibitions of 


F58 


back numbers 


G66-2 


special American artists 


F57 


bibliography of 


L226 


Indian artists 


F62 


binding of 


K6 


Rossetti 


F63 


checks on delivery 


E71 


Tadema 


F64 


clearing houses for 


G67 


Whistler 


F65 


covers for 


K21 


oil paintings 


F60 


exhibitions of 


F77 


water colour paintings 


F6r 


fastenings 


E 70-2 


of American Revolution 


F67 


foreign 


G66-3 


of Greek vases 


F68 


indexing of 


Ji 


of Madonna 


F69 


lists, adjustable 


E72 


of war scenes 


F 70 


of Library science A 


236-242 


Palaeography 


L27 


racks for 


D40 


Pamphlet boxes and cases 


J5 


subscription agencies 


G66-1 


duty 


N9 


Perkins Rational classification scheme H 38 


filing boxes 


J5 


Perth printing press, history of 


M16 


Pamphlets, binders for 


J4 


public Library 


C337 


cataloguing rules for 


I21 


Petronius, bibliography of 


L61-1 


special collections of 


G64 


Philadelphia, Libraries of 


C loi 


Panizzi, Sir Anthony, Librarian 


F 19-78 


Library commission 


A131 


Panoramic catalogue 


1 67 


mercantile Library 


C 102 



46 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Philatelic literature, collections of G 69 
Philippine Islands, bibliography of L205 

Libraries of C 410 

Philosophy, bibliography of L 134 

classification of H 84 

Photograph case J 5 
Photographic facsimiles of manuscripts. 

etc. L30 

Photographs, cataloguing rules for I 24 

classification of H 85 

collections of, in Libraries G 68 

of Florence, exhibitions of F 79 

Venice F 80 

West Indian scenes F 81 

Photography, bibliography of L93 

exhibitions F 78 

Physics, bibliography of L 75 

Picture books M 116 

bulletin boards E 126 

bulletins, exhibitions of F 71 

work, bulletin boards, etc. E 126 

Pictures, collections of in Libraries G 70 

materials for mounting E 126 

travelling collections of E 127 

Pigeon hole cabinets J 10 

Pins, shelf D 30-3 

Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library training 

class for children's Librarians A 164 

Library C 103 

catalogue 1 60 

Placard catalogue I 66 

Placards E 44 

Planning, general D 3 

special, Branch Library D 13 

children's room D 10 

college Library D 14 

lecture hall D 11 

lending Library, general D 8 

special open access D 9 

newsroom D 6 

reading room D 6-1 

reference Library D 7 

small Library D 12 

Plans, Library, examples of D 5 

exhibitions of D 4 

Plant, John, Librayian E 19-80 

Plant studies, exhibitions of F82 

Plan tin, Christopher, Printer M 95 

Museum M 45 

Plymouth Libraries C 252 

Pneumatic book carriers D 31 

Pockets, book for card charging 

system E 102-4 

Pocock, ilobert. Printer M 96 

Poetry, bibliography of L221 

Canadian, bibliography of L222 

English L 223 

collections of American G 70-1 

Poland, printing in M 31 

Spring, Maine, Public Librarj' C 59 

Political economy, bibliography of L 107 

Polynesia — Hawaii, bibliography of L204 

Samoa, bibliography of L 203 

Polytechnic Libraries C 471 

Poole, William F., Librarian E 19-81 

classified scheme H 39 

Poole's Index J i 

Popular Books in duplicate G 19 

Popularising the Library F 10, 11 

Porter, G. W., Librarian E 19-82 

Porto Rico, bibliography of L 184 

Portrait exhibitions, Burns F 83 

Cromwell F 84 

Franklin F85 



Portrait exhibitions. Hero F 86 

Schiller F 87 

Washington F 88 

Portraits, cataloguing rules for I 24 

indexing J i 
Portsmouth Libraries C 252-1, C 280-1 

Portugal, printing in M 32 

Postal rates for Library books . F g 

Poster exhibitions F 89 

Pottery exhibitions F90 

Powers, delegation of Eg 

Pratt Institute Library School A 165 

Preservation of books G 33 

Preservative leather K 15 
Presidential addresses at A.L.A. 

Conferences A2ig 

L. A. U.K. conferences A 229 

Press and Libraries E 501 

bibliographies L65, Ni 

censorship N 4 

copying E61-3 

Presses, private, history of M 48 

secret, history of M 49 

special, history of M 36-47 

Prices of books L 33 

Princeton University Library C82, 136-138 

catalogue I 60 

Print sellers G 70-1 

Printed cards. Sec Card catalogue 

distribution. 

Printed catalogue I 62 

forms E 57, E iii-i 

lists 1 35 

Printers, Bulletin I 34-1 

catalogue J 1-2, J 46-1 

individual M 60-113 

marks M 114 

Printing, bibliography of L 86, M i 

book illustration M 116 

catalogue 1 46 

preparation of matter for I 45 

cataloguing rules for I 25 

classification H 64 

colophons M 125 

department in Libraries 1 47 

exhibitions on printing and book 

making F 30 

history of M 2 
special classes. Block Books and 

Incunabula M 50 

music M51 

imprints M 126 

ink M 121 

inscriptions M 128 

machinery — linotype M119 

monotype M 120 

national, America, general M 4 

special M 5 

Austria M 22 

Belgium, general M 23 

special M 24 

Bohemia M 25 

China M 35 

England, general M 6 

special presses, Cambridge M 7 

Essex M 7-1 

King's printer M8 

Mar prelate Mg 

Oxford M 10 

Whittingham Mil 

France, general M ig 

special M 20-21 

Germany M 26 

Greece M 25-1 



INDEX 



47 



Printinpf, national, Holland 


M27 


Ireland, general 


E17 


special 


M18 


Italy 


M 29-30 


Venice 


M 30-1 


Poland 


M31 


Portugal 


M 32 


Russia 


M31 


Scandinavia 


M34 


Scotland, general 


M14 


special. Aberdeen 


M15 


Perth 


M16 


Spain 


M 32 


Switzerland 


M33 


special, Basel 


M33-1 


Friburg 


M 33-2 


Wales, general 


M 12 


special 


M 13 


Printing, origin and anteceden 


ts M3 


ornamental letters 


M128 


physical features of books 


M 117 


presses, private 


M 48 


secret 


M49 


Printers' marks 


M 114 


individual 


M 60-113 


of Bavaria, Ausburg 


M57 


England, general 


M 52 


special tovi'ns, Exeter 


M53 


York 


M54 


Ireland, Dublin 


M56 


Prussia, Cologne 


M58 


Scotland, Glasgow 


M54 


Spain 


M59 


printing type 


M118 


proof reading 


M 122 


punctuation 


M 123 


signatures 


M 127 


special presses 


M 36-47 


title pages 


M 124 


typefounding 


M 118 


typography, history of 


M 115 


Prints, arrangement of 


G70 


cataloguing, rules for 


I 26 


collections of, in Libraries 


G70 


exhibitions of 


F 72-75 


Prison Libraries 


C457 


in England 


C187 


United States 


C 141 


Private Libraries 


C 476-496 


in England 


CI88 


Yorkshire 


C325 


United States 


C 478-481 


presses, history of 


M48 


Privileges to readers 


E 113-116 


tickets 


E 115 


Problem novel. See Fiction : 


Immoral 


literature 




Proctor, Robert, Librarian 


E 19-83 


Professional periodicals 


A 236-242 


Professorship of books 


C504 


Programme literature, collect 


ons of G71 


Proof reading 


M 122 


Proposition book 


G2-4 


of books 


G2 


Proprietary Libraries 


C497 


Protection, bibliography of 


L no 


fire 


D46 


Pseudonyms, cataloguing rules for I g 


Library Club 


A 198 


Pseudonymous literature, bib 


iography 


of 


L25 


Psychology, bibliography of 


L135 


classification scheme for 


H85-1 


Public and Library staft 


E25 



G50 

F 12 

A 194 

C 11 et seq, 

B 32-35 

B 1-36 

Fio 

E45 
C 50t 
A 238 



N2 

M 117-1 

A8 

N 1-4 

M 123 



Public documents 

education and Libraries 

Librarians, Society of 

Libraries 
Acts 

Library legislation 

methods of reaching the 

rules and bye-laws 

u?e of Libraries 
" Public Libraries " 
Publicity. See Library advertising. 
Publishers, biographical notices of 

exhibition of books 
Publishing Board of the A.L.A. 

methods 
Punctuation 

Purchase of books. See Book buying 
Book prices. Book selection. 

Putnam, Herbert, Librarian E 19-84 

Pynson, Richard, Printer M 95 

Qualifications of Librarian E 14 

Library assistants E 26 

trustees En 
Quartos. S^^ Shelf arrangement. 

Quebec, Libraries of C 160 

Queensborough (U S.) Library C 135 

Queensland, Libraries of C 400 
Quinn-Brown Classification scheme H 40 
Quotations and inscriptions for 

Libraries E 65 

Racing news, obliteration of E 73 
Racks 

charging system E 102-1 
directories 

desk D35-3 

magazine filing E 70-1 

newspapers D 39 

periodicals D40 

reading table D 34-3 

stationery E57-1 

time tables D41 

umbrella D42 

Radcliffe College Library C 136-20 

classification scheme H 21 

Radford Library, Manchester C 242 

Railroad Libraries in England C 189 

United States C 142 

Railway engineering, bibliography of L85 

Libraries C 142, 189, 460 

Rare books L 34 

RasteW, John, Printer M98 

WiWiam, Printer M 99 

Ratdolt, Erhard, Printer M 100 

Rate limitation B 42 

supported libraries C 11 ^^ seq. 

Rates and rating, British B 41 

Rational classification scheme H 38 

Rates, exemption from B 44 

Rating of Libraries B 43 

Rawlinson, Thomas, Book Collector L46 

Raynalde, Thomas, Printer M loi 

Readers' application forms E 11 1-3 

registration of Em 

tickets E111-4 

Reading aids G8 

circles and Libraries F 12 

desks D 36-1 

easels D 36-1 

general C 503 

habits C 502 

lists 1 35 

racks for tables D 34-3 



48 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Reading room arrangements E 75, E 69 

children's E 124 

directories and time tables E 77 

for the blind E 76 

furniture D 25-1 

juvenile E 124 

methods E 75 

planning D 6-1 

rules and regulations E 74 1 
Sec also News rooms, 

stands E 38 i 

table racks D 34-3 

tables D 36 I 
Receipts, fines E87, E118 | 

Recipes E 63 ; 

Reciprocity, bibliography of L iii 

Recitations, bibliography of L218 | 

Record book for binding K 12 1 

Records and surveys, local G 56 , 

committee E 12-1 I 

donations G 14 | 

- financial E 7 

and processes G 2-1 

stationery E 57 | 

statistical E 135 [ 

stock E 66 ] 

withdrawal E 67 

Recreation for Librarians E 17 j 

Recreative arts, bibliography of Lg2 

classification of H 86 
Redlands, California, Public Library C 16 

Redruth Libraries C 253 

Reference books, bibliography of L 66 

issue methods E 80 

Library access to shelves E 82 

assistance to readers E 81 

legislative and municipal F 15 

management and policy E 80 

planning D 7 
relative functions of reference and 

lending departments E 83 

rules and regulations E 79 

works, exhibitions of F 46 

Reformatory Libraries C 458 

in United States C 141 

Register, borrowers' numerical E 11 1-2 

for overdues E117 

of stock E 66 

periodicals E 71 

shelf E 104 

staff time E 30 

Registration of borrowers Em 

issues Em 

Librarians E 42 

Registration system E 84-E 116 

Regulations, public E 45 

Reinforced binding K 6 

Reinhard, Marcus, Printer M 102 

Reisch, bibliography of works by L 62 

Relative classification H 60 

location on shelves E 102 

Religion, bibliography of L 134 

classification of H 84 

Remainders and secondhand books G 9 

booksellers Gg-r 

Renting collections of books G 13 

Renewal of borrowed books E 119 

Repairing books K 20 

Replacements G 20 

Reports E 136 

cataloguing rules for I 27 

Reprints G 12 

Reproductions, exhibitions of F75 

Reserving books E 120 



Reserving books, signals for E 120 

Rest rooms in Libraries E 53 

Rests, book D ^^ 

Revenue B 38-42 

Revolving book case D 29-2 

catalogue holder I 67 

reading stand E 70 

Rhode Island, Libraries of C 105-107 

Library Association A 64 

legislation B 27-1 

Rhodesia, Libraries of C 395 

Richardson's classification scheme H 41 

Richardson, Samuel, Printer M 103 

Richmond College Library C 136-20 

Countess of. See Beaufort, Margaret. 

Rice, William, Librarian E 19-85 

Roberts, F. M., Librarian E 19-86 

Henry David, Librarian E 19-87 

Rochester University Library C 136-21 

Rod, newspaper E 70 

Roebuck, G. E., Librarian E 19-88 

Roller shelves D 29 

Roman Catholic books, bibliography of L 140 

numerals 1 43 

Rome, Libraries of, general C 360 

special, private C 360-1 

Vatican C 361 

Ronalds' Library catalogue I 60 

Rossetti paintings, exhibitions of F 63 

Routine book G 2-2 

staff E 30 

Rowell, Joseph C , Librarian E ig-89 

classification scheme M 42 

Rowfant books L40-1 

Royal Colonial Institute Library C 231 

Exchange Library, Manchester C 243 

Infirmary Library, Manchester C 244 

Institution classification scheme H 43 

Rubber book stamps G 31-2 

printing outfit E 61 

sign writers E 61 

stamps G 31 

Rudolph indexer I 66, J 3 

Rules and regulations, general E 45 

special 

age limitation E no 

holiday opening E 48 

hours of opening E 46 

inter-Library loans E 108 

juvenile department E 122 
lending department, rules and 

regulations E 107 
reading room, rules and regu- 
lations E 74 
reference department, rules and 

regulations E 79 

Sunday opening E47 

travelling Libraries E 109 

i Rules, cataloguing. See Cataloguing, 

rules for. 

for bibliographical compilation L 16 

I Rural Libraries I 333, F3, F4 

' Russia, bibliography of L 196 

I Libraries of C 366-367 

! printing in M 31 

i Rye, William B., Librarian E 19-90 

I Rylands Library, Manchester C 245 

i Sabbath opening of Libraries E 47 

! Sacconi sheaf catalogue I 65 
j Safe-guarded open access E104, E82 

1 Safes and strong rooms D 47 

' St. George-in-the-East Library C 223 

'■ the Martyr Library C 224 



INDEX 



49 



St. Louis, private Libraries of C481 

Salaries of assistants E 28 

Librarians E 15 

Salem, Mass., Public Library C 6g 

Salford Ecclesiastical Library C 255 

Public Library C 254 

Samoa, bibliography of L 203 

San Francisco Public Library C 19 
Sanitation of Libraries. Sec Infectious 

diseases. 

Satchels for books G 33 

Savigny, Printer M 104 

classification scheme H 44 

Scandinavia. Libraries of C 369-381 

printing in M 34 

Schedule of staff time E 30 
Schiller-Austalt Library, Manchester C 246 

Schiller Portrait Exhibitions F 87 

Schoeffer, Peter, Printer M 104-1 
School children. See Juvenile Library ; 

Libraries and schools ; School 
Libraries ; Sunday School Li- 
braries ; Work with children. 

School Libraries E131 

furniture for E 131-1 

travelling Libraries E 132 
Schools and Libraries, relations 

between E 130 

for Librarianship A 135-175, 199 

Schrettinger's classification scheme H 45 

Schwartz's classification scheme H 46 

Science, bibliography of L 71-76 

classification of H 87 

Scientific classification H 57 

Libraries in the United States C 148 

literature G 76 

cataloguing rules for I 28 

Scotland, bibliography of L189 

Libraries Acts B 35 

Libraries of C 329-337 

Library legislation B 35 

printing in M 14-16 

Scottish Library Association A 197 

Scranton, Pa., Public Library C 104 

Scrap book catalogue I 68 

books G 72 

Sea, books printed at M 2-1 

Seattle, Washington, Public Library C 122 

Secondhand books G 9 

booksellers G 9-1 

Secret presses, history of M 49 

Secretary of Library Board E 9-2 

Selection of books. See Book Selection. 

Sequel stories. See Fiction. 

Serials. See Periodicals. 

Seven-day books E 119 

Sewing, bookbinders K17 

Shakespeare, William, bibliography of L 63 

special collections on G 73 

Shakespeare-Baconian theory L63-1 

Shakespeareana, classification of H 88 

Sheaf catalogues 1 65 

Sheets, stock book E 66 

Shelf arrangement H 102 

brackets D 30-1 

check registers H 104 

sheets E 104 

class marking and lettering H 107 

classification labels H 105, 107 

colour labels H 108 

dummies D 30-2 

fittings D 30 

guides H 103 

indexes H 103 



Shelf label holders H 106 

labels H 105 

lettering H 106 

lists H 104 

marking of books H 106 

marks, system of E 102 

notation H 102 

pins D 30-3 

registers H 104 

steps (automatic) D 30-6 

supplies D 30 

supports D 30-1 

Shellac varnish for book labels E 60 

Shelving D 26-29 

adjustable D 29 

appliances D 30 

dwarf cases D 29-1 

metal D 28 

sliding and suspended D 29 

wood D 27 

of books G 38 

Ship Libraries C 455 

Short, Peter, Printer M 105 

Shorthand, bibliography of L 95 

Showcases for books D 32 

Shurtleff s classification scheme H 47 

Siam, Bangkok Library C 387-1 

Sidney, Philip, bibliography of L63-2 

Sign-writing outfit E61 

Signals, card inde.x I 55 

reserved book E 120 

Silent castors for chairs D 35-2 

pads for chairs D35-3 

Silk exhibitions F 91 

Simmons College Library School A 166 

Sion College classification scheme H 48 

Size, classification of books by H 100 

notation G26 

Sizes of books G26 

Skot, John, Printer M 106 

Sliding shelves D 29 

Slip book catalogue I 68 

method of charging books E86-1 

Small, John, Librarian E 19-91 

Library administration E 3 

planning D 12 

Smart, Christopher, bibliography of L64 



Smith, Lloyd P., Librarian 

classification scheme 

Richard, Book Collector 

private Library of 

Smoking rooms in Libraries 

Social centres and Libraries 

functions of a Library 

science, bibliography of 

settlements and Libraries 
Societies. See corporate entry. 
Society and Club Libraries 

of public Librarians 
Sociology, classification of 
Somersetshire, bibliography of 

Libraries of 
Sonnenschein's classification scheme H 50 
South Africa, Library conferences in A 233 
Southern States (U.S.) Libraries of C 108 

Tier Library Club 

Worcester Library Club 
South Wales Libraries Assistants' 
Association 

Western States (U.S.) Libraries of C 109 
Spain, bibliography of L 197 

printers of M 59 

printing in M 32 



E 19-92 

H49 
L47 
C494 
E52 
F14 
F14 
L98 
F14 

c 465-475 

A 194 

H89 

L188 

C 316-317 



A 99 
A loi 

A 211 



50 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 


LIBRARY ECONOMY 




Sparke, Archibald, Librarian 


E1993 


Stencils 


E61 


Special collection of books 


G 40- 7g 


Stephen (Leslie) Library 


G75 


Libraries Association 


A 21-1 


Steps and ladders 


D30-6 


privilege cards 


E 1 15 


automatic shelf 


D30-4 


Specifications for bookbinding 


K5 


dwarf 


D30-5 


Spenser Society 


1^7 


Sterilization. See Infection. 




Sphere of the Library 


Fio 


Stevens, Henry, Booh Collector 


L48 


Spiral Library buildings 


Dz 


Librarian 


E 19-96 


Spokane, Washington, Public Library C 123 


Stock book 


E66 


Spofford, Ainsworth K., Librarian 


E iq-94 


card system for recording 


E66 


Sports, bibliography of 


L9-/ 


proportions of 


G2 


Springfield, Mass., City Library 




register 


E66 


Training Class 


A 167 


Stocktaking methods 


E68 


Stacks, shelf 


D 26-29 


Stockbridge, Mass., Public Library C 70 


Staderini slip catalogue 


I ^'5 


Stockholm Library 


C379 


Staff, apprentice classes in Libraries E 22 


Stocking a Library 


Gi 


clubs 


E24 


Storage of books 


G38 


conferences 


E24 


Stores index cards 


D45-1 


duties 


E 29 


Story hour and story telling 


E128 


entrance examinations 


E21 


Straits Settlements, Libraries of 


C391 


guilds 


E 24 


Strong rooms 


D47 


health of 


E34 


Students' privileges 


E 113-114 


hours of work 


E31 


tickets 


E113 


lockers 


E332 


Study Club and the Library 


F14 


management 


E 20 


Subject bibliographies, general 


L24 


qualifications 


E26 


special 


L 25-32 


relationship 


E23 


blanks 


E57 


with readers 


E25 


cataloguing 


I 32 


routine book 


E30 


classification scheme 


H51 


salaries 


E 29 


headings 


I7 


time cards and sheets 


E30 


Subordinate arrangement 


H96 


training 


K 2« 


Subscription agencies, periodical 


G66-1 


vacations 


E3- 


books 


G13 


wardrobe 


E33-3 


department 


F8 


work book 


h 30 


Libraries 


C 462-463 


room 


E33-' ' 


Subsidies, bibliography of 


L120 


Stamping books 


G25 


Suffrage, bibliography of 


L116 


Stamps and marks of ownership 


G31 


Suggestion slip 


G2-5 


dating 


G3r-2 


Suggestions on management 


E57 


embossing 


G31-1 


hummer Schools of Library Science G 135 


rubber 


G 31-2 


See also undername of School. 




Standard classification scheme 


H54 


Sunday opening 


E47 


for Library books 


G t 


School Libraries 


E133 


Library of books 


G74 


Superannuation of Librarians 


E43 


sizes 


G 26 


Supervision of Libraries by State 


E39 


Stands, copying press 


E61-3 


Supplies and appliances 


D 24-39 


newspaper 


D3H 


directory of 


D24 


reading 


D38 


indexing of 


E 57-3 


umbrella 


D42 


stationery 


E57-2 


Standford, Charles T., Library Worker E 1^ 


Supports and carriers for books 


D3i,D33 


State aid, American 


B38 


shelf 


D30-1 


British 


B39 


Surrey, Libraries of 


C318 


State documents 


G50 


Suspended shelves 


D29 


Librarians, Association of 


A ig 


Sussex, Libraries of 


C319 


National Association of 


A 20 


Sweden, Libraries of 


C 376-380 


conferences 


A 220 


Summer School of Library Science A 215 


Libraries 


C6 


Swedish books 


G23 


Library Association of U.S. C 


20, 22-73 


Switzerland, Bibliographical Society of Lg 


clubs 


A 74-101 


Libraries of 


C 382-383 


commissions A 102-134 


printing in 


M33 


ownership, bibliography of 


L iig 


Svdney Library 


C402 


papers 


G50 


Syracuse University Library 


C 136-22 


supervision of Libraries 


E39 


school 


A 168 


travelling Libraries 


F4 


System, card cataloguing 


I 48-56 


Stationers 


N7 


charging 


E102 


Stationers' Company 


N7 


Systems, filing 


J6 


Stationery cabinets and racks 


E57-1 






Stationery records and supplies 


E 57-60 


Table, reading racks 


D34-3 


Statistics 


E 35 


Tables 


D36 


methods of recording 


E135 


Cutter's author 


HjS 


Statutes, Library 


Bi 


for Board room 


D44-1 


Stealing books from Libraries 


G37 


reading 


D36 


Steel bookcases 


D 28-29 


Tablets, commemorative 


E65 


Steiner, Lewis H., Librarian 


E 19-95 


newspaper name 


E70-4 





INDEX 


51 


Tacoraa, Washington, Public Library C 124 


I'ra veiling school Libraries 


. E132 


Tadema paintings, exhibitions of 


V(u 


Trays, card catalogue 


I 53. 54 


Tags for books 


H 108 


issue 


E 102-1 


Tariff, bibliograp^hy of 


L 1 10 


f barging system 


E 102-1 


on books 


Ci7 


desk 


D34-3 


Tasmania, Libraries of 


C405 


Treadle latches 


D9-1 


Tavistock Library 


C256 


Tienton, New Jersey, Public Library C 83 


Taxation, American 


B40 


Treveris, Peter, Printer 


M 107 


bibliography of 


L118 


Tricket, Raphael, Librarian 


E 19-100 


Taxes, assessment to 


B4J 


Trinidad Library 


C168-1 


Taylor, John, Libyuiiiin 


E199- 


Trucks for books 


D31 


Teachers' cards 


Ei'5 


Trnro Library 


C257 


Technical education and Libraries 


Fm 


Trustees, Library 


E9, E II 


Libraries in the United States 


C n8 


bve-laws governing board meetings E 12 


literature, special collections of 


G 6 


Trusts, bibliography of 


L129 


Telephone index cabinets 


D44-' 


Tuberculosis. 5^^ Infection. 




Telephones 


1)44 


Tungsten electric lamps 


D 21-1 


Temporary residents 


E 114 


Turkey, bibliography of 


L202 


Tennessee, Libraries of 


C I 'o 


Twin City Library Club 


A 100 


Library Association 


A 56 


Two book system 


E 113 


Commission 


A I3r-t 


Typefounding 


M118 


legislation 


B28 


Typewriter desks 


E62-1 


Terms and phrases connected with 




Typewriters 


E62 


Library science 


E64 


Typewritten catalogue cards 


E62 


Territorial Libraries. See State Libraries. 


Typography, classification of 


E90 


Texas, Libraries of 


Cm 


history of 


M115 


Library Association 


A 66 


types, movable 


M 115 


Commission 


A 131-2 






Textiles, bibliography of 


L«8 


Ulrich, S., Printer 


M108 


exhibitions 


F92 


printing press 


M46 


Thanksgiving, bibliography 


L 102 


Umbtella racks and stands 


D42 


Thefts of books 


G37 


Unification of Libraries 


E5 


newspapers 


G37 


Unitarian Library, Manchester 


C247 


Theology, bibliography of 


L137 


United Kingdom, Libraries of 


C 170 


Theosophy, bibliography of 


L142 


Library Association 


A 178 


Thibetan literature, special collec- 




conferences 


A 228 


tions of 


G77 


pr^ sidential addresses 


A 229 


Thomas, Ernest C , Librarian 


E 19-9S 


United States, Agricultural 




Thomason, George, Bibliographer 


L-4^-i 


Libraries of 


C149 


Thompson, John, Librarian 


E !9-i.9 


Bibliographical Institutes 


L2 


Thoresby, Ralph, private Library 


of C495 


periodicals 


L3 


Ticket voucher 


E II 1-3 


societies 


Li 


Tickets, charging 


E IO.:-2 


Blind, Libraries for the 


C143 


for borrowers 


E 111-4 


Co!le>;e Libraries 


C136 


interchangeable 


E.ln 


Commercial Libraries 


C 144 


Time limit for borrowing 


E&4 


Documents 


G50 


notices, newspaper 




Ecclesiastical Libraries 


C137 


schedules and sheets for staft 


E 30 


Edncational Libraries 


C 149-1 


tables in Libraries 


E77 


Factory Libraries 


CI44 


methods of display 


E-7 


Government Libraries 


C4-5 


racks for 


D41 


Historical Libraries 


CI38 


Title, entry 


16 


Hospital Libraries 


CI53 


pages G29, M'24 


Household Libraries 


CI52 


Titles, personal, in catalogue 


I 4' 


Law Libraries 


C 150 


Tours, Libraries of 


C252 


Libmries— alphabetically 


CI35 


Township Libraries. See Library 




Library legislation 


B2-3I 


extension. 




Medical Libraries 


C 151 


Trade bibliography 


L65 


Military Libraries 


CI39 


catalogues, cataloguing rules for 


I 29 


National Library 


C3 


special collections of 


G78 


Naval Libraries 


C 140 


Guilds, bibliography of 


L izs 


Prison Libraries 


CI4I 


Training classes in Libraries 


E22 


Public Libraries 


GII-I35 


of Librarians. See Library training. 


Kailroad Libraries 


C 141 


Transactions of learned societies, 




Scientific Libraries 


CI48 


cataloguing rules for 


I 23 


State Libraries 


C6-IO 


Transliteration, cataloguing rules 


I 32 


Technical Libraries 


C148 


Travelling catalogues 


I61 


Women's Club Libraries 


C147 


collections of foreign books 


Gyg 


Y.M.C.A. Libraries 


C145 


Libraries 


F4 


Y W.C.A. Libraries 


C 146 


of pictures 


F5 


Universal catalogue 


I 57 


books 


L6> 


classification 


H54 


rules and regulations 


Ei, 9 


University and College Libraries 


C 411-438 


pictures, collections of 


E.27 


access to shelves 


E82-I 


rural Libraries 


F4 


College Library, London C 231- 


I, C311-1 



52 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



University extension and Libraries F12 

Upsala Library C 380 
Useful arts, bibliography of L 77-91, 212 

Use of books, instruction in C 504 

Libraries by the public C 502 

Utica, New York, Public Library C 94 

Vacation privilege issues E 115 

Vacations, staff E 32 

Valdfoghel, Procope, Printer M 109 

Valentine exhibitions Fg3 
Vallenger, Stephen, Book Collector L48-2 
Valliere, Due de la, private 

Library of C 497 

Value of Libraries C 502 

Varnish for labels E 60 

Venice, bibliography of L 194 

photograph, exhibitions of F90 

printing press at N 30-1 

Ventilation D 23 

Verard, Antonie, Pvinter M no 

Vermont, U.S , Libraries of C 113 

Library Association A 67 

Commission A 132 

laws B 28-1 

State Library C 112 

Vertical filing system J 6 

handwriting 1 44 
Victoria, Libraries of C 403-404 

Village Libraries F 3 

Library books L 68 

Vincennes, Public Library C 42 

Virginia Libraries, general C 115 

State C 114 

University C116 

Library Association A 68 

Vise sheaf catalogue I 65 

Voucher forms E 111-3 

Volunteer service E 22 
Vowels, German, cataloguing rules for I 3-1 

Wales, National Library C 327 

printing in M 12-13 

Walker Indicator E 100 
Walla Walla, Washington, Public 

Library C 125 
Walls, decoration of Library D 3-1 
Walton, Izaac, bibliography of L64-1 
Wandsworth Libraries C 225 
Wanley, Humfrey, Book Collector L 49 
Librarian E 19-101 
War pictures, exhibitions of F 70 
Wardrobe for staff E 33-3 
Warwickshire, Libraries in C 320-321 
Washington, bibliography of L 178 
Libraries of Ci 17-125 
Library Association A 69 
Commission A 133 
legislation B 29 
State Library C117 
Washington, D.C., Library Associa- 
tion A 70 
Public Library C 30 
School of Library Science A 169 
University Summer School A 170 
General George, bibliography of L159 
portrait exhibitions F61 
Water colour paintings, exhibitions of F 6r 
Watermarks M 131 
Watertown, Wisconsin, Public 

Library C 133 

Watts, Robert, Book Collector L 50 

Wellington Library C 408 

Wells Cathedral Library C 258 



Western Reserve University Library 

School A 171 

West Ham Libraries C 226 

Indies, bibliography of L 182 

Libraries of C 166-168 

photographs of exhibitions F81 

Trinidad Library C i68-i 

Wheatley, B. R., Librarian E 19-102 

Whelpley, Albert W., Librarian E 19-103 

Whistler, paintings, exhibition of F65 

Whitney, James Lyman, Librarian E 19-104 

Whittingham press M lo, 47 

Wickersham, William B,, Library 

Worker E 13 

Wicket fittings D9-1 

Wigan Private Library C 260 

Public Library C 259 

Wilcox's classification scheme H 52 

Windows in Libraries D 3 

Windsor, P. L., Librarian E 19-105 

Castle Library C 261 

Winona School for Librarians K i-jz 

Winsor, Justin, Librarian E 19-106 

classification scheme H 53 

Wisconsin Historical Library C 127 

Libraries of C 126-133 

Library Association history A 71 

meetings A 72 

Commission A 134 

legislation B 30 

school A 174 

Northern Travelling Library Asso- 
ciation A 73 

University Summer School A 173 

Witchcraft, bibliography of L 143 

W'ithdrawals book E 67 

Wolfe, Reginald, Printer Mm 

Women, bibliography of L 103 

Librarians and assistants E 37 

congress of A 224 

Women's Clubs and Libraries F 14 

Libraries of United States C 147 

Wood engraving exhibitions F 95 

shelving D 28 

Worcestershire, Libraries of C 322 
Worcester, Southern, Library Club A loi 

Worde, Wynkyn de, Printer M112 

Work, assistants' hours of E 31 

book, staff E 30 

room, staff E 33-1 

Working man and the Library F 13 

Worn-out books G 15 
Worthing Library C 261-1, C 319-3 
Wright, William, H. K., Librarian E 19-107 

Wright-Stanlake Indicator E loi 

Writing, bibliography of L94 

copier E61-2 

material, ancient and modern L27 

Wyer, Robert, Printer M 113 
Wyoming, Cheyenne Public Library C 134 

Library legislation B 31 

Y.M.C A. and the Library F 14 

Libraries in the United States C 145 

Y. W.C.A. and the Library F 14 

Libraries in the United States C 146 

Yale University Library . C 136-23 

Young, John Russell, Librarian E 19-108 

people's club E 125 

reading E 134 

York, printers of M54 

Yorkshire Libraries C 323-326 

Library Assistants' Association A 210 

Zoology, bibliography of L 73 

classification of H 91 



52A 



ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA 



ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA 



The Compiler recognises that there may be many imperfections, for which 
he craves indulg-cnce. He also feels that there is still much room for 
improvement, and will be g-rateful for corrections of any errors noticed, or 
any suggestions that may be made which will add to the usefulness of the 
revised and enlarged edition to be published in 1916. 

He desires to acknowledge his indebtedness to Miss Grace McKenzie, 
Chief Assistant, Finsbury Libraries, for reading the proofs, and to Miss Lizzie 
Hurley, Second Assistant, for compiling the List of Errata. 



A I 1891 Green L.J. (ii6) read (i6) 
A 8-1 1897 Pub Section Conf add No 
A 13 Insert 1908 between 10 and (2), 

1909 between 106 and L.J. 
A 20 1908 Delete A.L.A. Bull (2) 260-304 
A 22 1906 Steams read Stearns 
A 30 1907 Insert P.L. before (12) 
A 57 1901 P.L. (5) read (6) 
A 63 1901 P.L. (5) 575 read P.L. (6) 108, 

291-3 
A 73 1905 L.J. (31) 262 read (30) 362 
A 78 1908 P.L. (12) read (13), delete 407 
A 81 1899 read 1898, {5) read (3) 
A 89 1901 P.L. (5) read (6) 
A 92 1897 L.J. (23) read (22), P.L. (3) 

read (2) 
A 102 1900 Galbreath after L.J. add 

Conf No 
A 102 1900 Countryman L.J. (26) read 

A 102 igo6 Tyler (A. S.) transfer to 1905 
A 103 1907 la Lib Q (5) 153-154 insert 

1908 
A 107 1903 read 1904 
A 112 1901 L.J. (24) read (26) 
A 114 1909 Minnesota, Iowa, and Wis- 
consin L.C. Hdbk add 68 
and p 2 of cover 
A 134 1906 read 1907 
A 134 1908 Second entry transfer to 1905 
A 135 1885 Third entry should read 
1886 ; second entry under 
1892 read 1894; third entry 
under 1895 read 1896 
A 136 1907 read 1908 
A 144 Columbia College (Washington) 
Library School all entries 
to 1889 should read Colum- 
bia College (New York) ; 
entries from 1897 to 1905 
should read Columbia 
University (W^ashington) 
Library School 
A 145 Entry under Kroeger add 1908 
A 155 1901 L.J. (6) read P.L. (6) 
A 161 Information Regarding School 
Course : 1901 insert 66, 71 
between Bull and 1902 
A 171 1905 read 1906 
A 176 1906 Sixth add L.J. (31) 59, 220-1 
A 187 1907 Discussion add 143-154 
A 203 1904 216 read 216-217 
A 215-1 i888 read 1908 
A 216 1891 L.J. (26) read (21) 
A 217 1903 L.J. (20) read (28) 



A 218 1890 L.J. {18) Conf No 1-306 read 

1-171 
A 218 1892 L.J. (17) Conf No i read i- 

104 
A 2i8 1907 A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No add 
1-326; P.L. (12) add 147-S, 
182-3, 184, 185, 194-5, 260-1, 
262-5, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf 
No 1-326 
A 219 1908 Bostwick (E. A.) read (A. E.) 
A 228 1879 L.A. Trans (2) read 91-112 
A 228 1884 L.C. add (i) 161-164 
A 229 1892 L. (4) read L.A. U.K. Rept 

(15) 4-6 
A 233 1904 L.W. (16) read L.W. (6) 
A 237 1898 L.J. (27) read L.J. (23) 
A 240-1 1889 read 1899; Vol 11 read 10; 

1889 read 1899 
A 243 1893 Sharp (C. H.) read Garland 

(C. H.) 
A 244 1877 Nicholson (E. R.) read (E. 

B.) 

B 2 1898 L.J. {21) Conf No 23-24 read 

23-34 

B 2 1899 Hoagland (M.) read Eastman 
^W. R.); after L.J. (25) in- 
sert Conf No 

B 10 1899 read 1900 

B 27 1901 L.J. (24) read (26) 

B32 1889 L. (2) read L. (i) 

B ^2 1903 Pubic read Public 

B 2,1, 1898 read 1896 

B 38 1906 read 1905 

B 38 Information, etc., add year 1906 

B 40 1905 Canfield transfer to 1906 

B 41 1897 read 1898 

C2 1889 L. (10) read (i) 

Cii 1876 U.S. Govt Rept add 1-37 

Cii 1884 L.J. (19) read (9) 

Cii 1888 Higginson (J. W.) read (T. 

W.) 
Cii 1898 Harrison transfer to 1896 
Cii 1900 read 1901 
C 15 igo6 Delete 102; 273 read 275 
C 15 1907 Delete 69-110 
C 15 1906 Delete Cal News Notes (i) 

and entries to 1907, add 

Accessions 
C 15 1908 Gillis after L.J. [2,2) 316 add 

Cal News Notes (3) 227-S 
C 19 1906 Add Greene (C. S.) Effects, 

etc. 
C 22 Winston transfer to C 20 
C 37 1892 Dixon read Dixson 



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C 40 1909 After Commission add P.L. 

(14) 330 
C 43 1901 Johnson read Johnston , , 
C61 1894 Grey read Gray 
C77 1904 Nichol read Nicholl 
C86 1907 read 1908; Tolmer (F. C.) 

read Tolman (F. L.) 
C 90 1894 New York Library read New 

York Society Library 
C 90 1897 Mclntyre transfer to 1907 
C95 1905 Wis L.A. Bullrea^? WashL.A. 

Bull; add L.J. (30) Conf 

No g-14 
1907 Somer read Some 

1904 Hoggs (M.) read East (M. B.) 
1906 Eshelman (J. F.) read (J. T.) 

1905 Wis Lib Bull (i) 182 read 102 
1900 Fry (Sir E.) L.A.R. (i) read 

(2) 

1890 L.J. (2) read L. (2) 
1895 L.J. (7) read L. (7) 
1892 L.J. (4) read L. (4) 
1889 L.J. (i) read L. (i) 
1898 Bonaparte Lib read 1896; 

L.J. read L. 
1898 read 1896 

1905 read 1903 
1885 read 1886 

1891 L.J. (3) read L. (3) 
1891 L.J. (3) read L. (3) 
1908 pp 581-95 read 381-95 
1908 pp 140-210 read 127-210 

I 1901 L. (N.S.) 206 read L. (N.S.) 

(5) 206-209 
1904 P.L. (9) 123 read 23 
1901^ 800-801 read 860-861 
1898 James (M. J.) read (W. J.); 

Conf No 45-49 read 107-108 
L. (6) 303-12 read L. (4) 306-12 
Cripplegate add L.A. (2) 143-146 
1879 L. (N.S.) (5) 35-38 read L.J. 

(4) 35-38 

1906 Add Conf No to each article 
igoi Howells, Gift houses read 



C95 
C115 
C 124 
C126 
C 171 

CI79 
GI8I 
CI82 
CI88 
CI88 

CI98 

C 200 
C 207 
C 262 

C266 
C300 

C 326 

C 350-1 

(-^353 
C367 
C411 

C441 
C 464 

C485 

C497 
C498 

C498 
C499 

C502 

C502 
C502 
C503 



horses 
1905 Koch (T 
1903 L.J. (29) 



M.) read (T. W.) 
Conf No 1-7 read 

L.j; (28) 293-4 
1888 Higginson (J. W.) read (T. 

W.) 

1905 Scybold read Seybold 
1909 Buren read Duren 

1906 Hill, L. (N.S.) (6) read (7) 



Di 



D3 
U3 



1901 Williamson read Williams; 

P.L. (16) read (6) 
1905 Dana entry transfer to 
1908 Bayers, L.A.R. (10) 

read 231 
1901 L.J. (26) 255 read 276 
1901 L.J. (25) read (26) 
1893 read L.J. (18) Conf 

30 
H 21-22 1909 Phillips read L.W 

34-38, (12) 167-170 
D 27 1877 ^ead 1887 
D31 1877 L.J. (i) read (2) 



D5 

D15 
D16 



1902 
223-241 



No 29- 
(") 



E3 



; ; L.J. (27) 79-80 read 
(24) Conf No 79-80 



E6 I 


E 


7 I 


E 


II 


E 
E 


14 

14 


E 


14 


E 
E 


17 
20 


E 


21 


E 


27 


E 


28 


E 


28 


E 


28 


E 


28 


E 


28 


E 


45 


E 


49 


E49 
E81 


E81 


E 


107 


E 


108 


E 


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E 


116 


E 


120 


E 


120 


E 


121 


E 
E 


123 

130 


E 
E 


130 
130 



897 read i8( 

L.J 

888 read 1885 

898 read 1896 

1890 Earned read Learned 
1882 Tedder add (5) 
1899 Leeper, L.J. (24) Conf No 82- 
83 read L.J. (24) 482-483 

1907 Dana read Drury 
1885 ^^^'i 1886 

1908 read igo6 
1899 read iSg-j 

1885 L.C. (4) read (2) 

1898 Crunden, 80 read 82 

189S Tillinghurst read Tillinghast 

1898 Beer (W.) read Foote (E. L.) 

1901 Campbell (4) read (3) 

1908 Wyn read Wyer 

1892 Lowrey, L.J. (7) 187 read (17) 

87 
1905 Universal Library 276-279 

read 129-132 
Tolmer read Tolman 
Austin, 105-110 read 108-110 
H itchier, 264-268 read 554- 

558 

1901 Ballinger, (i) read (2) 

1898 Rowell (M.) read (J. C.) 
1905 Universal Library, 276-279 

read 129-132 
1907 Tolmer read Tolman 
1877 L.J. (i) read (2) 
1888 Wood, L.C. (4) read (5) 

1902 Currier (W. H.) read Curtin 
IQ02 Wood transfer to 1892 

1897 Discussion read L.J. (22) 
Conf No 156 

1899 Luland read Leeland 
1901 Brett, 64-5 read 84-5 



1907 



1907 



CLASS A 

Associations, Clubs, Commissions, Training: 
Schools, Conferences 



Al ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS, etc.— GENERAL 

1876 Cutter (C. A.) Library Associations in France and America, L.J. (i) 

389-391 

1887 First conference of American Librarians (1853), L.J. (12) 526 

1891 Note on Library Clubs, Societies and Associations, L.J. (16) 4 

Dewey (M.) Note on American and State Library Associations, L.J. (16) 

169-170 
Green (H. K.) Tabulated reports of State Library Associations, L.J. (lib), 
Conf No 52-56, 112-113 

1895 Adams (E. L.) Work accomplished by the various State Library Associa- 
tions, L.J. (20) 380-382 

1897 Library Associations and kindred societies, Greenwood's Vr-Bk (1897) 
291-299 

1901 Way (Sir S. J.) Presidential address, L.A. of Austral Proc (1901) VII-XII 

1902 Record of Library Associations and State Commissions, L.J. (27) 30-32. 

1903 : L.J. (28) 22-24 

1903 Dana (J. C.) Purposes of Library Associations, L.J. (28) 776 ^ 

^905 — What State and local Associations can do for Library interests, /,./. 
(30) Conf No 17-21 
— Summary of the Library Associations and Clubs of the W'orld, L.J. (30) 
Conf No 21-26 
1906 Centres of Library influence, Lib Occ, Nos 1-4, 1-2 ; No 5, 1-2 ; No 6, 2 
1908 Bostwick (A. R.) Value of Associations, L.J. (33) 3-9 

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

(Or_<^aniz(d October 6th, 187(1; Incorporated December lolh, 1879) 
A 2 HISTORICAL 

1876 Dewey (M.) American Library Association, L.J. (i) 245-247 
1880 — Past, present, and future of the A.L.A., L.J. (5) 247-276 

1885 Richardson (E. C.) Bibliothecal science and economy. Article 11 of the 

A. L.A. Constitution, L.J. (10) 244-245 

1886 Development of the modern Library idea, the Association, Journal, Bureau 

and School, L.N. (U.S.) i, 47-49 
Poole (W. F.) History of the American Library Association, L.J. (11) 199 
1890 Crunden (F. M.) President's address on the work of the A. L.A., L.J. (15) 

Conf No 1-5 
189^ Review of the work of. the Co-operative Committee of the A. L.A. from 

1876 to 1893 by W. H. Brett, L.J. (18) Conf No 68-71 
1894 American Library Association, L.J. (19) 52-57 

Hill (F. P.) Report on Library progress, L.J. (19) Conf No 56-60 
1897 Brett (\V. H.) President's address on the work of the AL.A., L.J. (22) 
Conf No 1-5 
Library Associations and kindred societies. Greenwood's Yr-Bk (1897) 
297-298 
1902 A.L.A., Minn. Iowa and Wisconsin Hdbk, 68 

1904 — Delaware L.C. Hdbk, 63-64 

1905 Work and needs of the A.L.A., L.J. (30) 858-860 

Affiliation of the A. L.A. with kindred Associations, L.J. (30) 457 

1906 Dewey (M.) Origin of the motto of the A.L.A., " The best reading for 

the largest number at the least cost," P.L. (11) 55 



54 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1907 A.L.A. Hdbk, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 1-65. 1908: A.L.A. Bull (2) 

Literary Yr-Bk (1908) 674. 1909: A.L.A. Bull (3) 51-113 
1909 Andrews (C. W.) A.L.A. General review of its work, Wis Lib Bull (5) 

39-45 

See also Aims and Purposes of the A.L.A., A 5 

A3 CONSTITUTION 

1876 Constitution of American Library Association, L.J. (i) 140, 145-7, 251-254 

1885 Richardson (E.G.) Bibliothecal science and economy, Article 11 of the 

A.L.A. Constitution, L.J. (10) 244-245 

1886 Constitution of the American Library Association, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 12-14. 

1893 : L.J. (18) Gonf No 53-58 

1897 Re-incorporation of the A.L.A., L.J. (22) 3, 23, 75, 91, 139, Gonf No 140 
Thwaites (R. G.) Re-incorporation of the A.L.A., L.J. (22) 128 

1898 Amendments to the Constitution, L.J. (23) Gonf No 154-156 

1899 Revision of the A.L.A. Constitution, L.J. (24) 154-156 

1907 Amendments to Constitution, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 14-17; No 6, i 
.1908 Revising the Constitution of the A.L.A., P.L. (13) 89, 129, 213 

A.L.A. Constitution as at present, and as approved by the Association at 

MInnetonka, L.J. (33) 321-326, A.L.A. Bull (2) 37, 54-58 
Proposed revision, A.L.A. Bull (2) 146-148, 411-414 
1909 A.L.A. Constitution, P.L. (14) 23-24, 59-60, 64-65, 99, 260-261, 263-264 

Dana (J. C.) American Library Association Constitution, P.L. (14) 64-65 
Yust (W. F.) .Shall the A.L.A. remain democratic, P.L. (14) 132-133 
A.L.A. Hdbk, A.L.A. Bull (3) 51-113 

A 4 CHARTER 

1907 A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 2; (2) 48 

A 5 AllfiS AND PURPOSES 

1878 A.L.A. Aims, L.J. (3) 43 

1907 Hovey (E. C.) Report of the Executive Ofificer, A.L.A. Bull (i) Gonf 

No 116-119 

1908 Purposes of the A.L.A., A.L.A. Bull (2) 48-50 

1909 Lee (G. W.) Ethics of the A.L.A., P.L. (14) 306 

Ofificial Information regarding the A.L.A. in Hdbk for 1909, A.L.A. Bull 

. (3) No 4 . 

Suggestion with a view to creating discussion of papers read before the 
Conference, P.L. (14) 56-57 

A 6 COUNCIL 

1902 Fairchild (S. C.) Presidents of the American Library Association, 1S76- 

1902, Neiv York State Library Report (85) Bulletin No 75, 1 17-129 
1907 .A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 12. 1908 : (2) 52 

A 7 EXECUTIVE BOARD 

1884 Executive Board of the A.L.A., L.J. (9) 4-5. 1907 : Extract of Minutes, 
A.L.A. Bull (i) No I, 3-4. Transactions, A.L.A. Bull (1) No 6, 2-8. 
1908: L.J. (33) 404-406, P.L. (13) 313-314, 364-365- A.L.A. Bull (2) 
121-125,406-411. 1909: L./. (34) 63. 369 

A 8 COMMITTEES— GENERAL 

1907 A.L.A. Committees, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 13-14. 1908: (2) 53-54 

A8 1 COMMITTEES— SPECIAL 

Bookbinding, See K 4-5 
Cataloguing. See I 1-2 
College and Reference. See C 136 
Library Training. See A 135 

International Relations 

1908 Report of the A.L.A. Committee on International relations, A.L.A. Bull 

(2) 171 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONS 55 



Publishing Section 

1886 A.L.A. Publishing Section, L.J. (11) 382 

1886 Origin of the A.L.A. Publishing Section, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 101-7 

1894 Fletcher (W. I.) Work of the Publishing Section. /../. (19) Conf No 102- 

1897 Lane (W. C.) Report of the Publishing Section, L.J. (22) Conf No 84-86. 

1898 : L.J. (23) Conf No 46-52. 1899 : L.J. (24) Conf No 95-99. 1900 : 
L.J. (25) Conf No 86-90. 1901 : L.J. (26) Conf No 127 

1902 Fletcher (W. L) Report of the Publishing Board, L.J. (27) Conf No 83-85. 

1903: L.J. (28) Conf No 107-110. 1904: /../. (29) Conf No 169-172. 
1905 : L.J. (30) Conf No 107-109 

1906 Lane (W. C.) Report of the Publishing Board, L.J. (31) Conf No 154-159 

1907 Report of the Publishing Board, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 7-10, 16-18, Conf 

53-59- 1908: A.L.A. Bull (2) 128-132, 309-311, P.L. (13) 274-275. 
1909 : L.J. (34) 18, 308 
1909 Dana (J. C.) Booklists, P.L. (14) 91 

Specifications for Book Cloths, L.J. (34) 120 
Report of Book-buying Committee, L.J. (34) 121 

.4 9 TRUSTEES' SECTION 

1907 A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 20. iqo8 : A.L.A. Bull (2) 61. 1909: L.J. (34) 
368, P.L. (14)312 

A 10 TREASURER'S REPORT 

1907 A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 16-24. 1908: A.L.A. Bull (2) 38-41, 125-128. 

Financial Statement, 133-136 

All PAST OFFICERS 

1908 Past Officers of the American Library Association, A.L.A. Bull (2) 50 

A 12 OFFICERS 

1907 Officers of American Library Association, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 11; (2) 51 

A 13 MEMBERSHIP 

1907 Dewey (M.) Man-a-month volunteers, A.L.A. Bull (1) No 2, 1-3. A.L.A. 
Membership, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 4-5; No 3, 1-2; No 5, 3-10; (2) 2, 
11-12, 41, 66-106. L.J. (34) 222 

A 14 MEMBERSHIP NECROLOGY 

1898 Necrology, L.J. (23) Conf No 115-116 

1907 Carr (H. J.) Necrological records of A.L.A. Members, A.L.A. Bull (i) 
No 5, 65. 1908 : (2) 107, 123-125 

A 15 HEADQUARTERS 

1903 Dewey (M.) National Headquarters for the A.L..!., some suggestions and 

opinions, L.J. (28) 757-764 
lies (G.) Headquarters for our Association, L.J. (28) Conf No 24-28 

1906 Hovey (E. C.) Headquarters opened, L.J. (31) 665-666 

1907 Report of Committee on Headquarters presented by D. P. Carey, A.L.A. 

Bull (1) No I, 7-8; No 2, 12 ; No 6, 7-8, Conf No 52-53 
190S A.L.A. Headquarters, P.L. (13) 131, 252, 309-310 

1909 A.L.A. Headquarters at Chicago, A.L.A. Bull (3) No 4, L.J. (34) 425-426, 

N.Y.L. (2) 38, P.L. (14) 221 

A 16 AFFILIATION WITH KINDRED ASSOCIATIONS 

1905 Affiliation of the American Library Association with kindred Associations, 
i-J- (30) 457 
Proposed affiliation of National Association of State Librarians with the 
A.L.A., L.J. (30) Conf No 151, 191, 226 

1907 A.L.A. Affiliated Organisations, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 21; (2) 61 

1908 Why the American Library Association likes to meet the National 

Association of State Librarians, A.L.A. Bull (2) 276-278 
A.L.A. and allied agencies, L.J. (33) 509 

1909 A.L.A. and A.L.L, P.L. (14) 24, 53-54 



56 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBFAKY ECONOMY 

A 17 AMERICAN LIBRARY INSTITUTE 

1906 Constitution, by-laws and list of fellows elected, L.J. (31) 71-72 
Organization, P.L. (11) 108 

1907 American Library Institute, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 21; (2) 62 

1908 Ahern (M. E.) Library Institute, A.L.A. Bull (2) 312-313 

American Library Institute, L.J. (33) 147-151. Discussion, L.J. (33) 278-279 

Constitution of American Library Inst., L.J. (33) 321, A.L.A. Bull (2) 62 

Aims of the American Library Institute, 1\L. (13) 171, 313 

List of fellows, P.L. (13) 409-410 

Proposed new Constitution and list of members, L.J. (33) 447-448 

Future of the Institute, L.J. {^t,) -127, 483, 508-509 

1909 A.L.A. and the A.L.I., P.L. (14) 53-54 

A. L. Institute. Revised list of presidents, L.J. (34) 219-220 
Second annual meeting' at New York, P.L. (14) 23-24, 59-60, 66-67 
Plummer (M. W.) Library Institute, II'j.s- Lib Bull (5) 47 
Carr (H. J.) Revised list of members, L.J. (34) 219-220 
Election of Members, L.J. (34) 63, 273 
Informal meeting, L.J. (34) 362, P.L. (14) 23, 66 

A 18 NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION— LIBRARY SECTION 

1896 Meetings, L.J. (21) 131, 149, 280, 315, 328. 1897: (22) 179, 197, 380, 389, 
Conf No 145. 1898 : (23) 135, 145, 287, 294, 528, Conf No 129-30. 
1899: (24) 62, III, 152, 215, 245, 529, Conf No III. 1900: (25) 290, 
293, 588, 623-625, Conf No 136-138. 1901 : (26) 59, 81. 277, 315, 338, 
395, 670, 756, Conf No 120-122. 1902 : (27) 329, 833, Conf No 126-127, 
226, 251. 1903 : (28) 25, 298, 617. 1904: (29) 25, 431, Conf No 202, 
251. 1905: (30) 331, 349, 391, 414, Conf No 198, 132, 173. 1906: 
(31) 788, Conf No 67, 195, 281. 1907 : A.L.A. Bull (1) Conf No 87-89, 
296. 1908 : A.L.A. Bull (2) 42, L.J. (33) 320, P.L. (13) 312-13, 315. 
iqo9 : L.J. (34) 359, 410, P.L. (14) 153, 317, Wis Lib Bull (5) 65-66 

A 19 STATE LIBRARIANS, ASSOCIATION OF 

1887 L.J. (12) 279, 284. 1890: (15) 82, 104, 227, 241, Conf No 143. 1S91 : 
(16) Conf No 128. 1893: \iH) ic)3, Conf No 89 

A 20 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE LIBRARIANS (Organized 1898) 
1898 Plan for a National Association, L.J. (23) 181, 196 

Meetings, L.J. (23) 289, 574, 653, 668, Conf No 182. 1899 : (24) 576, 623. 
1900: (25) 639, 727, 739. 1901 : (26) 119, 315, 397, 400, 885. 1902 : 
(27) 3, 31, Conf No 236, 241, 247. 1903: (28)71,244,608,851. 1904: 
(29) 601, Conf No 202. 1905 : (30) 299, 331, 348, 416, 949, Conf No 
151, 197, 225, 226. 1906: (31) 275, 276, Conf No 284. 1907: (32) 
241, 261, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 193-230. 1908: L.J. (33) 279, 317, 
A.L.A. Bull (2) 260-304. 1909: A.L.A. Bull (2) 260-270, L.J. (34) 357, 
P.L. (14) 315 

Bostwick (A. E.) Work of some States for Library advancement. L.J. (33) 
213-218 

Whv the A.L.A. likes to meet the National Association of State Librarians, 
A.L.A. Bull (2) 276-278 

Report of Committee on extension of membership, A.L.A. Bull (2) 267-270 

Report of Committee on systematic bibliography of .State official legisla- 
tion. National .Association of State Librarians, A.L.A. Bull (2) 276, 
LJ- (33) 509 

A 21 ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES 

1907 Ashville Conference, May 23-29, A.L.A. Bull (t) Conf No 246-60 

1908 Third annual meeting, A.L.A. Bull (2) 318-22 

1909 American Association of Law Libraries. L.J. (34) 60, 358 

A 21 1 SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION (Organized 1909) 
1909 Report of Meeting, /../. (34) 358, 410, 548 

A 22 STATE AND LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS OF AMERICA— GENERAL 

1885 Cheney (C. P.) Association of Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (10) 123, 125 
1890 Circular of As.sociation of State Librarians, .Albany, N.Y., L.J. (15) 82-84 
Dewey (M.) New York Library .Association, L.J. (15) 267-268 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONS 57 

i8gi Green (H. E.) Tabulated reports of State Library Associations, L.J. (16) 

Conf No 52-56 
Dewey (M.) Note on American and State Library Associations, L.J. (16) 

1 69- 1 70 
1895 Adams (E. L.) Work accompli>hed bv various State Library Associations, 

L.J. (20) 380-382 
1897 Putnam (H.) Local Library Associations in the I'nited States, 2tid Int 

Conf 129-134, Discussion 243, L. (9) 293 

1900 Officers of State Library Associations : Round Table Meeting, L.J. (25) 

Conf No 236-249 

1901 Work of State Library Associations and Women's Clubs in advancing 

Library interests : Round Table Meeting, L.J. (26) Conf No 183-195 
Dana (J. C.) What the work of the State Library Associations should be, 
L.J. (26) Conf No 183-185, Discussion 186-188 ' 

1902 Record of State Library Associations and State Commissions, L.J. (27) 

30-32 
Work of State Library Associations : Round Table Meeting, L.J. {z'j) Conf 

No 236-249 
Dewey (M.) Functions of a State Library Association, L.J. (27) Conf No 

236-238 
Lambert (C.) How can a State Library Association best arouse interest 

in towns and villages which are totally without Library facilities, L.J. 

(27) Conf No 238-239 
Farrar (L F.) How should the programme of a State Library Association 

Meeting be made up to be of the most use to the Librarians of small 

Libraries? L.J. (27) Conf No 239-241 
Canfield (J. H.) Benefits of Library Institutes, L.J. (27) Conf No 241-245, 

Discussion 242-249 
Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin Hdbk, 68 

1903 Record of Library Associations and Commissions, L.J. (28) 22-24 

1904 Delaware Library Commission Hdbk, 1-2, 21-22 

1905 Danii (J. C.) Library Associations and Clubs, L.J. (30) Conf No 21-26 

1906 Steams (L. E.) What State Library Associations should do for the small 

Library, L.J. (31) Conf No 251-252 
Centres of Library influence, Lib Dec Nos 1-4, 1-2 ; No 5, 1-2 ; No 6, 2 
1909 Koch (T. W.) Proposed Meeting of College and University Librarians 
in the Middle West, L.J. (34) 354 

A 23 ALABAMA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1904) 
1904 Meetings, L.J. (29) 603. 1905: L.J. (30) 29, 915, P.L. (10) 32, 536. 
1906 : L.J. (31) 27, 177, P.L. (ii) 81. 1908 : L.J. (33) 22, P.L. {13) 57 

CALIFORNIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1895) 
A 24 HISTORICAL 

1906 Lichtenstein (J.) History of the California Library Association, Cal News 
Notes (i) 72-4 

A 25 CONSTITUTION 

1906 Constitution of the California Library Association, Cal News Notes (i) 
74-75- 1907 : (2) 71-3 

A 26 MEMBERS 

1906 Members of the California Library Association, Cal News Notes (i) 76-80 

A 27 PUBLICATIONS 

1906 Publications of the California Library Association, Cal News Notes (i) 80 

A 28 ALLIED ORGANIZATIONS 

1906 Other Associations closely allied to the California Library Association, 
Cal News Notes (i) 82-5 

A 29 REPORTS OF MEETINGS 

1895 ^-J- (20) 128, 177, 211, 355, 391. 1896: L.J. (21) 29, no, 153, 231, 283, 
329, 461, 503, P.L. (i) 15, 47. 314. 1897: L.J. (22) 26, 93, 204, 205, 
262, 309, 699, 752, P.L. (2) 58, 96. 358, 421, 463, 500. 1898 : L.J. (23) 



58 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

26, 67, 151, 201, 245, 534, 580, 620, 673, P.L. (3) 50, 129, 174. 1899 : 
L.J. (24) 24, 66, 113, 159, 216, 485, 531, 580, 629, 680. 1900: L.J. 
(25) 21, 74, 122, 181, 294, 337, 591, 640, 692, 744, P.L. (5) 334. 1901 : 
L.J. (26) 83, 341, P.L. (6) 108, 345, 569. 1902 : L.J. (27) 86, 839, 
P.L. (7) 77. 1903: L.J. (28) 74, 123. 1904: L.J. (29) 82, 141, 254, 
435. 484. 545. -P-L. (9) 121, 460. 1905: L-J. (30) 29, 91, 293, 351, 
935. P-^- (10) 33. 143. 241, 536. 1906: L.J. (31) 77. 177, 224, 328, 
676, 729, P.L. (11) 151, CaLNeius Notes (i) 20, 70, 80, 128, 130, 273, 
332, 389, 458. 1907: Cal Nezus Noles (2) 50, 79, 110, 170, 268, 351, 
371, L.J. (32) 77, 170, 282, 321, 457, 507. 1908: Cal News Notes (3) 
S3, 193, 282, 369, L.J. (33) 63, 154, 192, 289, 326, P.L. (13) 67, 144, 326. 
1909 : Cal News Notes (4) 221, 514, L.J. (34) 279, 374, P.L. (14) 151, 228 

A 30 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1891) 

1892 L.J. (17) 25, 102, 173, 246, 495. 1893: (18) 18, 49. 1894: (19) 97, 

175. 1907 : (12) 107 

A 31 CAROLINA, NORTH, LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1905) 

1905 /../. (30) 33, P.L. (10) 35. 1906: L.J. (31) 224, P.L. (11) 327. 1907: 

■L./. (32) 330- 1909 : P-f- (14) 35 

A 32 CAROLINA, SOUTH— COLUMBIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

(Organized 1896) 
1896 P.L. (i) 87 

A 33 COLORADO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1893) 

1893 L.J. (18) 85. 1895: L.J. (20) 211. 1896: L.J. (21) 109, 152, 503, P.L. 

b) 15. 315- 1897 ' -L.y. (22) 26, 94, 148, 205, 262, 309, 700, 752, P.L. 
(2) 58, 97, 140, 358. 1898: L.J. (23) 26, 67, 152, 201, 245, 534, 580, 
621, 673. 1899: L.J. (24) 24, 66, 113, 159, 216, 485, 531, 580, 629, 
680. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 181, 238, 337, 592, 640, 692, 744. 
1905: L.J. (30) 351, 421, 814, P.L. (10) 309, 491. 1906: L.J. (31) 
79, 224, 776, P.L. (11) 217. 1909 : L.J. (34) 20, P.L. (14) 67 

A 34 CONNECTICUT LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1891) 

1891 L.J. (16) 15, 81, 181, 200. 1892 : L.J. (17) 24, 97, 203, 240, 457. 1893 : 

L.J. (18) 84, 193, 436. 1894 : L.J. (19) 93, 204, 349. 1895 : L.J. 

(20) 91, 210, 352. 1896: L.J. (21) 107, 283, 504, P.L. (i) 48, 86, 272. 

1897: L.J. (22) 75, 94, 309. 700, P.L. (2) 97, 358, 500. 1898: L.J. 

(23) 26, 67, 152, 201, 245, 534, 580, 621, 673, P.L. (3) 264. 1899: L.J. 

(24) 24, 66, 113, 159, 216, 485, 531, 580, 629, P.L. (4) 25, 160, 205. 
1900: L.J. (25) 22. 74, 122, 181, 238, 295, 337, 592, 640, 692, 744, P.L. 
(5) 176, 435- 1901 : L.J. (26) 144, 215, 341, 807, P.L. (6) 214, 420, 
638. 1902: L.J. (27) 143, 330, P.L. (7) 164, 255, 475. 1903: L.J. 
(28) 179, P.L. (8) 168. 470. 1904: L.J. (29) 142, 311, P.L. (9) 132, 
336. 509. 1905 : L.J. (30) 30, 157, 865, P.L. (10) 191. 1906 : L.J. 
(31) 127, 329. 1907: L.J. (32) 170, 321, 508. 1908: L.J. (33) 105, 
238, 510, P.L. (13) 142. 1909: L.J. (34) 121, 309, 496, P.L. (14) 30, 
148, 273, 317 

A 35 NORTH DAKOTA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1906) 

1906 L.J. (31) 83, 143, P.L. (11) 153, 216. 1907: L.J. (32) 571. 1908: P.L. 

(13) 28 

A 36 SOUTH DAKOTA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1907) 

1907 P.L. (12) 75, III. 1908 : L.J. (33) 158, P.L. (13) 66. 1909 : P.L. (14) 360 

A 37 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Formerly known 
as the Washington City Library Association) 

1901 L.J. (26) 215, 342, 808. 877, P.L. (6) 290, 570. 1902 : L.J. (27) 33, 86, 
144, 210, 273, 1018, P.L. (7) 166, 493. 1903: L.J. (28) 26, 74, 123, 
180, 247, 302, 835, P.L. (8) 67, 115, 284. 1904: L.J. (29) 26, 82, 142, 
191. 254, 313, P.L. (9) 25, 179. 1905 : L.J. (30) 31, 92, 158, 230, 294, 
865, 936, P.L. (10) 89, 144, 242, 309, 491. 1906 : L.J. (31) 28, 80, 
127, 178, 224, 820, P.L. (11) 215, 323. 1907: L.J. (32) 80, 121, 170, 
2IQ, son, 5^0, P.L. (12) 2q, 242, 413. Tqo8: T..J. (1,1,) 23, 63, 105, 157, 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONS ■ 59 



192, 450, 511, P.L. (13) 20, 109, 229, 416. 1909: L.J. (34) 65, 122, 
176, 226, 496, 555, P.L. (14) 32, 68, 103, 150, 230 
See also A 70 

A 38 FLORIDA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1901) 
1906 L.J. (31) 29. 1907: L.J. (32) 82. P.L. (12) 71. 1908: L.J. (33) 24, 
P.L. (13) 60. 1909: L.J. (34) 65, P.L. (14) 104 

A 39 GEORGIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1897) 

1897 L.J. (22) 309, 700, P.L. (2) 359, ^64. 1898 : L.J. (23) 26, 67, 152, 201, 

246, 534. 580, 621, 674, P.L. (3) 386. 1899: L.J. (24) 24, 66, 113, 

160, 216, 486, 531, 580, 630, 6S0. 1900: L./. (25) 22, 74, 123, 181, 

238, 295, 337, 592, 640, 693, 744. 1902 : L.J. (27) ^oi8. 1905 : P.L. 

(10) 538. 1906: P.L. (11) 31. 1907: L.J. (32) 83. P.L. (12) 109. 
1908: L.J. (33) 192, P.L. (13) 230. 1909: P.L. (14) 69 

A 40 ILLINOIS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1896) 
1896 L.J. (21) 70, 109, 462, 504, P.L. (i) 12, 316. 1897: L.J. (22) 26, 263, 
310, P.L. (2) 22, 58. 1898 : L.J. (23) 26, 67, 152, 201, 246, 534, 580, 
622, 674, P.L. (3) 95. 1899: L.J. (24) 24, 66, 113, 160, 216, 486, 531, 
580, 630, 680, P.L. (4) 116. 1900: L.J. (25) 22, 74, 123, 181, 295, 
337. 592, 640, 693, 744, P.L. (5) 28, 70. 1901 : L.J. (26) 23, 145, 
691, P.L. (6) 108, 219, 503. 1902 : L.J. (27) 274, P.L. (7) 476. 1903 : 
L.J. (28) 248, P.L. (8) 189. 1904 : L.J. (29) 142, 313, P.L. (9) 289. 
1905: L.J. (30) 352, P.L. (10) 198, 290. igo6: L.J. (31) 329. 1907: 
^■J- (32) 83. 171- 1908: L.J. (33) 451, P.L. (13) 234. 1909: L.J. 
(34) 496, P-L. (14) 109, 385 

INDIANA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1892) 
A 41 HISTORY, CONSTITUTION, etc. 

1907 Constitution of the Indiana Library Association, Lib Occ No 9, 5-6 
1909 Hepburn (W. M.) A Few words from the President, Lib Occ (2) 87-88 
History, constitution and place of meetings, Lib Occ (2) 88-91 

A 42 REPORT OF MEETINGS 

1892 L.J. (17) 57. 1893: L.J. (18) 16. 194. 1894: L.J. (19) 57. 1895: 
L.J. (20) 24. 1896: L.J. (21) 29, 132, 462, P.L. (i) 316. 1897: L.J. 
(22) 29, P.L. (2) 59. 1898: L.J. (23) 26, 67, 152, 201, 246, 534, 580, 
622, 674, P.L. (3) 51. 1899: L.J. (24) 24, 66, 115, 160, 216, 486, 531, 
580, 630, 680, P.L. (4) 459. 1900: L.J. (25) 22, 74, 125, 181, 238, 
296, 337. 592. 640, 693, 744, P.L. (5) 6^, 437. 1901 : L.J. (26) 808. 
1902 : P.L. (7) 477. 1903 : P.L. (8) 471. 1904 : L.J. (29) 866. 
1905 : L.J. (30) 866, P.L. (10) 538 1906: L.J. (31) 82T, Lib Occ Nos 
1-4, 5 ; No 5, 8-9 ; No 6, 3 ; No 7. 5. 1907 : L.J. (32) 323, 509, P.L. (12) 
71, Lib Occ No 10, 15-16. 1908 : L.J. (33) 327, 366, 454, P.L. (13) 21, 
416, Lib Occ (2) I, 15. 1909 : L.J. (34) 488, 555, P.L. (14) 104, Lib 
Occ (2) 93 

IOWA LIBRARY ASSOCIATON (Organized 1890) 
A 43 HISTORY, CONSTITUTION, etc. 

1904 Howe (H. J.) Monograph on the Iowa Library Association, la Lib 

Comm Q. (4) 56 
1906 Douglas (M. H.) Suggestions regarding future of the Iowa Library 

Association activities, la Lib O. (5) 118-120 

A 44 REPORTS OF MEETINGS 

1891 L.J. (16) 17, 314. 1892: L.J. (17) 374, 387, 491. 1893: L.J. (18) 16. 
1894: L.J. (19) 58. 1895: L.J. (20) 94. 176. 1896: L.J. (21) 109, 
233, P.L. (i) 316. 1897: L.J. (22) 07, 263, 433. 701, P.L. (2) 421, 
464. 1898: L.J. (23) 27, 67, 153, 201, 246, 534, 581, 623, 674. 1899: 
L.J. (24) 25, 67, 115, 160, 217, 486, 531, 580, 631, 680. 1900: L.J. 

(25) 23, 74, 125, 181, 238, 296, 337, 5q2, 641, 693. 745. 1901 : L.J. 

(26) 693, 810, P.L. (6) 503, 571. la Lib O. (i) 14, 28, 41, 58. 1902 : 
la Lib O. (2) 16, 40, 50, 66, P.L. (7) 477." 1903 : la Lib O. (3)' 9, 12, 
28, 41, 52, L.J. (28) 603, 671, P.L. (8) 169. 473. 1904: la Lib O. (4) 
28, 37, P.L. (9) 180, 461. 1905 : la Lib Q. (5) 12, 32, 45, 49, 66, 



6o BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

83, L.J. (30) 814, 867. 1906: la Lib O. (5) c)8, 113, L.J. (31) 677, 
776. 1907: la Lib Q. (5) 132, 158, 1627 171, 218, L.J. (32) 413, 510. 
1908: L.J. (33) 239, 327, 407, P.L. (13) 418, /a Lib O. (5) 222, 250. 
1909 : L.J. (34) 21, 310, 453, P.L. (14) 153, la Lib O. (6) 5, 19, 33, 54 

A 45 KANSAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Org;.nized 1901) 

1891 L.J. (16) 114. 1900: L.J. (25) 238. 1901: L.J. (2(1) 24. 1903: ^-J- 

(28) 836. 1904 : P.L. (9) 461.- 1905 : L.J. (30) O04, 937, P.L. (10) 27. 

1906: L.J. (31) 822, P.L. (ii) 32. 1907: /../. (32) 569, P.L. (12) 31. 

1908: L.J. (33) 24, 512, P.L. (13) 22. 232, 420. 1909 : L.J, (34) 22 

A 46 KENTUCKY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1907) 
1907 L.J. (32) 323, P.L. (12) 289. 1908: L.J. (33) 514, P.L. (13) 61. 1909: 
■P--?^. (14) 34 

A 47 KEYSTONE STATE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1901) 

1901 L.J. (26) 211, 215, 766, 839. 877. 1903: L.J. (28) 671, 781. 1904: 

L.J. (29) 484, 604. 1905: L.J. (30) 869. 1906: L.J. (31) 77S. 

1907: L.J. (32) 512, P.L. (12) 420. 1908: L.J. (33) 289, 454, P.L. 

(13) 425 

A 48 MAINE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

1891 L.J. (16) 114. 1896: L.J. (21) 232. P.L. (i) 12. 1898: L.J. (23) 27, 
67, 153, 201, 246, 534, 581, 623, 674. 1899: L.J. (24) 25, 67, 115, 
160, 217, 486, 531, 580, 631, 683. 1900: L.J. (25) 23, 74, 125, 181, 
238, 296, 337, 592, 641, 693, 748. 1901: L.J. (26) 148, 693. 1903: 
L.J. (28) 836. 1905: L.J. (30) 354. 1906: L.J. (31) 225, S24. 
1907 : L.J. (32) 513, P.L. (12) 33, 413. 1909 : L.J. (34) 226, P.L. (14) 34 

A 49 MASSACHUSETTS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1891) 
1891 L.J. (16) 19, 47, 142, 252, 316. 1892 : L.J. (17) 24, 129, 172, 427, 492. 
1893: L.J. (18) 85, 293, 514. 1894: L.J. (19) 92. 160, 171, 235, 382. 
1895: L.J. (20) 23, 127, 246, 281, 351. 1896: L.J. (21) 65, 108, 
132, 234, 284, 462, P.L. (i) 272. 1897: L.J. (22) 31, 94, 98, 128, 149. 
206, 263, 443, 702, P.L. (2) 141, 273, 422, 466, 500. 1898: L.J. (23) 
27, 68, 153, 201, 247, 534, 581, 623, 674, P.L. (3) 52, 1-77, 357, 386. 
1899: L.J. (24) 25, 67, 115, 160, 217, 486, 531, 580, 631, 683, P.L. (4) 
115, 206, 459. 1900: L.J. (25) 23, 74, 125, 181, 238, 296, 337, 592, 
641, 693, 748, P.L. (5) 210, 689. 1901 : L.J. (26) 25, 403, 811, P.L. 

(6) 102, 164, 421, 639. 1902: L.J. (27) 86, 211, 277, 760, P.L. (7) 80, 
258- 434- IQ03 : -L./. (28) 123, 726, P.L. (8) 163, 326, 428. 1904 : 
L.J. (29) 83, 254, 375. 1905 : L.J. (30) 32, 159, 870, P.L. (10) 33, 367. 
1906: L.J. (31) 81, 225, 331, 782. 1907: L.J. (32) 83, 324, 514, P.L. 
(12) 110, 121. 19C8 : L.j. (33) 64, 105, 193, 239, 242, P.L. (13) 232. 
1909 : L.J. (34) 65, 280 

A 50 WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, Holyoke, Mass. 

(Organized 1898) 

1898 L.J. (23) 628, 675. 1899: L.J. (24) 28, 69, 106, 163, 207, 487, 531, 581, 

631, 684, P.L. (4) 329, 332. 1900: L.J. (25) 23, 74, 125, 182, 296, 338, 

592, 642, P.L. (5) 18, 211, 334, 389. 1901 : L.J. (26) 87, 283, 344, 

406, 696, 759, 818, 882. 1902 : L.J. (27) 333, 778, 900, 964, 1020, P.L. 

(7) 435- 1903: ^l- (28) 727, 789, P.L. (8) 31. 1904: L.J. (29) 
146, 609, P.L. (9) 133, 512. 1905: L.J. (30) 361, 422, 487, 944. 
1906: L.J. (31) 132, 333, 783. 1907 : L.J. (32) 174, 286, 523, P.L. (12) 
197. 1908: L.J. (33) 159, 292, 462, P.L. (13)61, 144 

A 51 MICHIGAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1890) 

1891 L./. (16) 281. 1892: L.y. (17). 1893: L.y. (18) 436. 1894: L.J. 

(19) 385. 1895: L.J. (20) 353. 1896: L.J. (21) 465. 1897: L.J. 
(22) 445, P.L. (2) 422. 1898: L.J. (23) 28, 68, 153, 202, 247, 535, 581, 
624, 674. 1899: L.J. (24) 25, 68, 115, 160, 217, 488, 531, 632, 685, 
P.L. (4) 462. 1900: L.J. (25) 24, 74, 125, 183, 235, 296, 338, 592, 
' 642, 693, 748, P.L. (5) 456. 190] : L.J. (26) 694, 817, 839. 1902 : 
P.L. (7) 485. 1903: L.J. (28) 620. 1904: L.J. (29) 255. 376, 456, 
P.L. (9) 240, 338. 1905 : L.J. (30) 230, 354, 814, P.L. (10) 368. 1906 : 



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L.J. (31) 81. 128. 278, 331, P.L. (11) 380. 1907: L.J. (32) 172, 326. 
414, P.L. (12) 288, 415. 1908: L.J. (33) 242, 289, 406, 513. 1909: 
L.J. (34) 50:^. PI- ('4) 356 

A 52 MINNESOTA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized i8cji) 
1893 L.J. (18) 16, 124. 1894: L.J. (19) 94. 1895: L.J. (20) 73. 1896: 
L.J. (21) 31. 1898: L.J. (23) 23, 68, 153, 202, 247, 535, 581, 626, 
674, P.L. (2) 64. 1899: L.J. (24) 25, 68, 115, 160, 217, 488, 531, 
581, 632, 685, P.L. (4) 27. J900: L.J. (25) 24, 74, 125, 183, 296, 
339. 592. 643. 693, 749, P.L. is) 384- 1901 : L.J. (26) 766, 813. 
1904: L.J. (29) 605, Minn P. L.C.N, (i) i, P.L. (9) 27, 513. 1905: 
L.J. (30) 871, Minn P. L.C.N. (2) 7. (3) i, 5, (4) i, P.L. (10) 544. 
1906: L.J. (31) 779, Minn P. L.C.N. (8) 1, (9) i, P.L. (ii) 216. 1907: 
L.J- (32) 516, Minn P. L.C.N, (vol. 2) 1-8, (2) No 3, 1-4; No 4, 33-37, 
P.L. (12) 72. 1908 : L.J. (33) 570, Minn P. L.C.N, (vol. 2) No 6, 109- 
iio; No 7, 135, " .V.y.L." (0 64. 1909: L.J. (34) 355, P.L. (14) 356 

A 53 MISSOURI LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1901) 

igoi L.J. (26) 26, 83, 403, 694, 813, P.L. (6) 47, 107, 503, 645. 1902 : P.L. (7) 

489. 1903 : L.J. (28) 727, 837. 1904 : L.J. (29) 606, P.L. (9) 29, 461. 

1905: L.J. (30) 814, 873, P.L. (10) 430, 545 1906: L.J. (31) 179, 

824. 1907: L.J. (32) 518, P.L. (12). 415. 1908: L.J. (33) 456, P.L. 

(13) 422. 1909 : L.J. (34) 555 

A 54 MONTANA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1906) 

1906 L.y. (31) 781. 1907: L.y. (32) 84. 1908: P.L. (13) 232. 1909: L.J. 

(34) 122, P.L. (14) 104 

A 55 NEBRASKA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1895) 
1895 L.J. (20) 211. 1896: L.J. (21) 109. 1S07 : L.J. (22) 32, 753. 1898: 
L.J. (23) 28, 68, 153, 202, 247, 535, 581,^626, 674, P.L. (3) 53. 1899: 
L.J. (24) 26, 68, 115, 161, 217, 488, 532, 581, 632, 685. igoo : L.J. (25) 
24. 74. 125, 183, 339, 592. 643, 693, 749, P.L. (5) 69. 1901 : L.J. (26) 
27, P.L. (6) 106. 1902 : L.J. (27) 88, 839, P.L. (7) 85, 490. 1903 : 
P.L. (8) 476. 1906: L.J. (31) 31, P.L. (11) 83, Neb L. Bull No i, 1-3. 
1908: L.J. (33) 457, P.L. (13) 233, 422 

A 56 NEW ENGLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1897) 
1897 Union Meeting, P.L. (2) 65 

A 57 NEW HAMPSHIRE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1891) 
1891 L.J. (16) 49. 1892: L.J. (17) 25. 1893: L.J. (18) 45, 476. 1894: 
L.J. (19) 57. 174- 1895: L.J. (20) 55. 1896: L.J. (21) 69, 505. 
P.L. (i) 317. 1897: L.J. (22) 100, 311, P.L. (2) loi, 359. 1898: 
L.J. (23) 28, 68, 155, 202, 247, 535, 581, 626, 674. 1899 : L.J. (24) 27, 
'68, 115, 161, 217, 488, 532, 581, 632, 686, P.L. (4) 115. 1900: L.J. 
(25) 24, 74, 125, 183, 238, 339, 592, 693, 749. 1901 : L.J. (26) 149, 
403, P.L. is) 504. 1902 : L.J. (27) 144, 777. 1903 : L.J. (28) 123, 
727, P.L. (8) no, 432. 1904: L.J. (29) 143, 456. 1905: L.J. (30) 
92, P.L. (10) 144. 1906: L.J. (31) 30, P.L. (11) 32. 1907: L.J. (32) 
282, 571, P.L. (12) 34. 1908: L.J. (33) 407, P.L. (13) 369. 1909: 
L.J. (34) 374. 504. PL. (14) 312, 359 

A 58 NEW JERSEY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1890) 
1891 L.J. (16) 16, 114, 145, 349. 1892: L.J. (17) 57, 438. 1893: L.J. (18) 
293, 476. 1894: L.J. (19) 384. 1895: L.J. (20) 390. 1896: L.J. 
(21) 31, 69, 287, 505, P.L. (1) 15. 88, 317. 1897: L.J. (22) loi, 149, 
206, 705, P.L. (2) 100, 500. 1898: L.J. (23) 28, 68, 133, 202, 247, 535, 
581, 626, 675, P.L. (3) 95, 130, 387. 1899: L.J. (24) 27, 69, 115, 161, 
217, 488, 532, 582, 632, 686. 1900: L.J. (25) 26, 74, 125, 183, 296, 
339. 592. 644, 693, 749. 1901 : L.J. (26) 814. 1902 : P.L. (7) 492. 
1903 : L.J. (28) 727, P.L. (8) 478. 1904 : P.L. (9) 239. 1905 : L.J. 
(30) 230, 421, S75, P.L. (10) 194. 1906: L.J. (31) 826. 1907: L.J. 
(32) 457, 518, P.L. (12) 193, 416. 1908: L.J. (33) 458, P.L. (13) 187 



62 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



A 59 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Orsanized 1890) 
1890 L.J. (15) 210, 267, Conf No 154. 1S91 : L.J. (16) 253. 1892: L.J. 
(17) 171, Conf No 82. 1893: L.J. (18) Conf No 88. 1894: L.J. 
(19) 384. 189s: L.J. (20) 21, 128, 208. 1896: L.J. (21) 24, 236, 
288, P.L. (1) 87. 1897: L.J. (22) 5, 33, 265, 312, P.L. (2) 65, 274. 
1898: L.J. (23) 28, 70, 155, 202, 248, 535, 581, 627, 675, P.L. (3) 93, 
175. 1899: L.J. (24) 27, 69, 115, 163, 217, 488, 532, 582, 633, 686, 
P.L. (4) 158. 1900 : L.J. (25) 24, 74, 239, 296, 339, 592, 644, 694, 
749, P.L. (5) 104, 340, 395. 1901 : L.J. (26) 83, 149, 694, P.L. (6) 504. 
1902 : L.J. (27) 145. 1903 : L.J. (28) 124, 304. 1904 : L.J. (29) 
192. 1906: L.J. (31) 827, P.L. (11) 465. 1907: L.J. (32) 282. 
190S: L.J. (33) '25. 317. 3^6, N.V.L. (1). 1909: L.J. (34) 176, 310, 
374. 449. N.Y.L. (2) 37, P.L. (14) 53, 339 

A 59 I NEW YORK HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARIANS' ASSOCIATION 

(Organized 1907) 
1909 L.J. (34) 281 

A 60 OHIO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1895) 

1895 L.J. (20) 92, 390. 1896: L.J. (21) 465, 506. 1897: L.J. (22) 208, 513, 

753, P.L. (2) 141, 466, '500. 1898 : L.J. (23) 28, 70, 155, 202, 249, 
535. 581, 627, 675, P.L. (3) 130, 320. 1899: L.J. (24) 27, 69, 116, 
163, 217, 4S8, 532, 582, 635. 686, P.L. (4) 250, 327. 1900: L.J. (25) 
25' 75. 130, 183, 296, 339, 593, 647, 694, 750, P.L. (5) 340, 355. 1901 : 
L.J. (26) 695, 814, 879, P.L. (6) 505. 1902 : P.L. (7) 414. 1903 : L.J. 
(28) 840, P.L. (8) 478. 1904 : L.J. (29) 235, 316, P.L. (9) 332. 1905 : 
L.J. (30) 939. P-i-- (10) 429. 536. 1906: L.J. (31) 677, 827, P.L. (11) 
465. 1907: L.J. (32) 520, P.L. (12) 417. 1908: L.J. (33) 25, 513. 
1909: L.J. (34) 226, 375, 489, P.L. (14) 392 

A 61 OKLAHOMA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1907) 

1907 L.J. (32) 282, P.L. (12) 288. 1908 : L.J. (33) 2S9. 1909 : L.J. (34) 453. 

A 62 OREGON LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1904) 
1905 L.J. (30) 34, 421, P.L. (10) 91, 374 

A 62=1 PACIFIC NORTHWEST LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1909) 
1909 P.L. (14) 318, L.J. (34) 355 

A 63 WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1896) 

1896 L.J. (21) 466, 506. 1897: L.J. (22) 102, 209, 313, 754, P.L. (2) 69, 140, 

142. 1898: L.J. (23) 29, 203, 250, 535, 581, 629, 675, P.L. (3) 95, 130. 
1899: L.J. (24) 28, 70, 116, 163, 217, 488, 534, 582, 635, 686. 1900: 
L.J. (25) 25, 75, 130, 183, 296, 339. 593, 647, 695, 750. 1901 : P.L. 
(5) 575 

A 64 RHODE ISLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1903) 
1903 L.J. (28) 124, 621, 727, 840, P.L. (8) 170. 1904: L.J. (29) 377, P.L. (9) 
33. 1905 : L.J. (30) 35, 421, 814, P.L. (10) 36. 1906 : L.J. (31) 129, 781. 
1907: L.J. (32) 172, 182. • 1908: L.J. (33) 25, 290, 517, P.L. (13) 65, 
318, 428. 1909: L.J. (34) 310, 504, 556, P.L. (14) 375 

A 65 TENNESSEE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1902) 

1902 L.J. (27) 777. 1905: L.J. (30) 94. P.L. (10) 147. 1906: L.J. (31) $2, 

P.L. (11) 154. 1907: L.J. (32) 84, P.L. (12) 112. 1909: L.J. (34) 

66, P.L. (14) 107 

A 66 TEXAS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1902) 

1902 L.J. (27) 331, 777, 839. 1903: L.J. (28) 125, 841. 1904: P.L. (9) 

35. 1905: L.J. (30) 35, P.L. (10) 36. 1906: L.J. (31) 179, 278. 

1907 : L.J. (32) 283, P.L. (12) 245. 1908 : L.J. (33) 328, P.L. (13) 319. 

1909: L.J. (34) 22, 375, P.L. (14) 318 

A 67 VERMONT LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1895) 
1895 L.J. (20) 23. 1897 : L.J. (22) 95, 204. 1898 : L.J. (23) 29, 203, 250, 
535, 581, 629, 675. 1899: L.J. (24) 28, 70, 117, 163, 217, 488, 534, 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONS 63 



582, 635, 686. 1900 : L.J. (25) 25, 75, 130, 183, 239, 296, 539, 593, 647, 
696, 750. 1903: L.J. (28) 621. 1904: L.J. (29) 484. 1905: L.J. 
(30) 358, Vt L.C. Bull (1) 12-13. 190b: L.J. (31) 279, Vt L.C. Bull 
(2) No I, 2-4. 1907: L.J. (32) 284, Vt L.C. Bull (3) No i, 1-2. 
1908 : L.J. (ji) 290-407, Vt L.C. Bull (3) No 4, 1-2. 1909 : P.L. (14) 
109, Vt L.C. Bull (5) No 2,1-3 

A 68 VIRGINIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1905) 

1906 L.J. (31) 32, 180, 280, P.L. (u) 37, 217. 1909: L.J. (34) 177, 227 

A 69 WASHINGTON STATE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1905) 

1905 L.J. (30) 232, 357, Conf No 199, P.L. (10) 242, Wash L.A. Bull No i, 1-6. 

1906: L.J. (31) 86, 730, P.L. (11) 86, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No i, 13; 

No 3, I. 1907: L.J. (32) 330, P.L. (12) 288. 1908: L.J. (33) 459, 

P.L. (13) 428. 1909 : L.J. (34) 228 

A 70 WASHINGTON (D.C.) LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1894) 

1894 L.J. (19) 236, 384. 1895 : L.J. (20) 26, 129, 177, 247, 391. 1896 : L.J. 

(21) 29, 154, 237, 291, 510. 1897: L.J. (22) 40, 103, 153, 266, 314, 

707, 756. 1898: L.J. (23) 30, 71, 116, 157. 203, 251, 582, 630, 676. 

1899: L.J. (24) 30, 70, 118, 164, 221, 262, 489, 536, 582, 637, 687, P.L. 

(4) 462. 1900 : L.J. (25) 27, 76, 133, 184, 340, 648, P.L. (5) 104. 

1901 : L.J. (26) 88, 151 

Name changed to District of Columbia Library Association. See A 37 

WISCONSIN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Organized 1891) 
A 71 HISTORICAL 

1896 Stearns (L. E.) Wisconsin Library Association, L.J. (21) 189-191 
1909 History of the Wisconsin Library Association, Wis Lib Bull (5) 76-79 

A 72 REPORTS OF xMEETINGS 

1891 L.J. (16) 86, 115. 1893: L.J. (18) 194. 1894: L.J. (19) 272. 1895: 
L.J. (20) 93. 1896: L.J. (21) 72, 189, 466, 507, P.L. (i) 12-14, 274, 
319. 1897 : L.J. (22) 38, 150, P.L. (2) 102. 1898 : L.J. (23) 29, 203, 
250, 535. 582, 629, 675, P.L. (3) 54, 387. 1899: L.J. (24) 28, 70, 117, 
163, 2i8, 488, 534, 582, 63s, 686, P.L. (4) 26, 141. 1900 : L.J. (25) 25, 
75. 130. 183, 239, 296, 339, 592, 647, 696, 750, P.L. (5) 336. 1901 : 
L.J. (26) 84, 216, 695, 840, P.L. (6) 216, 346, 504. 1902 : P.L. (7) 
166. 1904 : L.J. (29) 144, P.L. (9) 35, 181. 1905 : L.J. (30) 161, 
P.L. (10) 196, Wis Lib Bull (1) 2, i8, 30, 68, 98. 1906: L.J. (31) 55, 
180, P.L. (11) 37, 217, Wis Lib Bull (2) 24, 76, 96. 1907: L.J. (32) 
121, Minn P. L.C. Notes (2) No i, 7. Wis Lib Bull (3) 11, 26, 36, P.L. 
(12) 75, 420. 1908: L.J. (33) 291, P.L. (13) 370. 1909: L.J. (34) 
450, P.L. (14) 361, Wis Lib Bull (5) 79 

A 73 NORTHERN WISCONSIN FREE TRAVELLING LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

(Organized 1896) 
1896 L.J. (21) 508. 1897: L.J. (22) 39, 209, 265, P.L. (2) 62. 1898: L.J. 
(23) 29, 70, 155, 203, 250, 535. 582, 629, 675. 1899 : L.J. (24) 28, 70, 
117, 163, 218, 488, 535, 582, 635, 686, P.L. (4) 333. 1900: L.J. (25) 
130, 183. 1905 : L.J. (31) 262 

A 74 LIBRARY CLUBS— GENERAL 

1902 Record of Library Associations, Clubs and Commissions, L.J. (27) 30-32. 

1903 : L.J. (28) 22-24 

1905 Dana (J. C.) Summary of Library Associations and Clubs of the World, 

L.J. (30) Conf No 21-26 

1906 Centres of Library influence. Lib Occ Nos 1-4, 1-2 ; No 5, 1-2 ; No 6, 2 

1907 American Library Clubs, A. L.A. Bull (1) No 5, 24-25. 1908 : A. L.A. 

Bull (2) 65 

A 75 ANN ARBOR LIBRARY CLUB, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

1903 L.J. (28) 180, P.L. (8) 170. 1904: L.J. (29) 378, P.L. (9) 336. 1906: 

L.J. (31) 227, P.L. (11) 322. 1909 : L.J. (34) 376 



64 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

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A 76 BAY PATH LIBRARY CLUB, Worcester, Mass. 

1898 L.J. (25) 620, ()73. iSqc) : L.J. (24) 24, 118, 164, 220, 262, 489, 506, 582, 

635, 086. Hjoo : L.J. (25) 25, 75, 130, 183, 239, 647. 1901 : L.J. 
(26) 816, F.L. (6) 574. 1902 : L.J. (27) 778, 960, P.L. (7) 481. 1903 : 
L.J. (28) 786, P.L. (8) 474. 1904 : L.J. (29) 484. 1905 : L.J. (30) 
485, 941, P.L. (10) 431. 1906: L.J. (31) 331. 1907: L.J. (32) 374. 
1908: L.J. (33) 291, 518, P. I.. {13) 318. 1909: L.J. (34) 376, 505. 
P.L. (14) 34, 318, 355 

A 77 BUFFALO LIBRARY CLUB, Buffalo, N.Y. 

1898 L.J. (23) 582, 629, 67<i. 1899: /../. (24) 28, 118, 220, 262, 489, 536, 582, 

636, 686, P.L. (4) 137. 1900 : L.J. (25) 25, 75, 130, 183, 239, 340, 
647. 1901 : L.J. (26) 28, 84, 147, 217, 343. 816, 879, P.L. (6) 45, no, 
288. 1902: L.J. (27) 88, 211. 1903: L.J. (28) 622, 842. 1904: 
L.J. (29) 83, 192, P.L. (9) 12 1 

A 78 CAPE COD LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, Wareham, Mass. 

1902 L.J. (27) 778, 961, P.L. (7) 436. 1903 : L.J. (28) 622. 1904 : L.J. (29) 

607. 1905: L.J. (30) 815, P.L. (10) 495. 1906: L.J. (31) 730. 

1908: L.J. (33) 331, P.L. (12) 369, 407. 1909: L.J. (34) 505, P.L. 

(14) 355 

A 79 CHICAGO LIBRARY CLUB 

1892 L.J. (17) 27, 60, loi, 132, 207, 459. 1893 : L.J. (18) 17, 87, 125, 142, 
158, 477. 1894: L.J. (19) 22, 59, 96, 134, 387. 1895: L.J. (20) 25, 
55. 95. 130, 393- 1896: L.J. (21) 31, 15s, 509, P.L. (i) 272. 1897: 
■LJ. (22) 39, 152, 209, 313, 706, 755, P.L. (2) 21, 96, 140, 421, 463, 500. 
1898: L.J. (23) 29, 70, 116, 156, 250, 536, 582, 629, 676, P.L. (3) 17, 
50. 174. 357- 1899: L.J. (24) 28, 71, 118, 164, 220, 262, 489, 536, 
582, 636, 686, P.L. (4) 158. 1900 : L.J. (25) 26, 75, 130, 183, 240, 340, 
647, P.L. (5) 17, 102, 175, 210, 434. 1901 : L.J. (26) 85, 149, 281, 343, 
816, 879, P.L. (6) 100, 162, 214, 289, 570, 637. 1902 : L.J. (27) 34, 
90, 145, 278, 962, 1018, P.L. (7) 33, 77, 126, 163, 205, 475. 1903 : L.J. 
(28) 26, 74, 125, 181, 250, 304, 787, 842, P.L. (8) 29, 67, no, 168, 243, 
283, 427, 468. 1904: L.J. (29) 26, 83, 192, 257, 318, 607, P.L. (9) 25, 
87, 178, 461, 509. 1905 : L.J. (30) 36, 95, 162, 232, 294, 358, 877, 94^. 
P.L. (10) 88, 143, 191, 241, 308, 491, 538. 1906: L.J. (31) 33, 129, 
181, 280, 781, 831, P.L. (11) 30. 213, 322. 1907: L.J. (32) 32, 85, 
123, 173, 220, 284, 522, 571, P.L. (12) 71, 109, 195, 242. 1908 : L.J. 
(33) 25, 107, 158, 194, 242, 460, 518. P.L. (13) 141, 189, 229, 368, 415. 
1909: L.J. (34) 22, 68, 123, 177, 228, 281, 557, P.L. (14) 30, 67, 103, 
148, 184, 230, 355, 405 

A 80 CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY ROUND TABLE 

1898 L.J. (23)71, 116, P.L. (3)50 

A 80=1 COLUMBIA (MO.) LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1907) 
1909 L.J. (34) 376 

A 80=2 COLUMBUS (OHIO) LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1909) 
1909 P.L. (14) 232 

A 81 DES MOINES LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1899) 

1899 P.L. (5) 130 

A 82 FOX RIVER VALLEY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN 

1898 L.J. (23) 621. 1905: Wis Lib Bull (i) 3, 16, 68, 91. 1906: L.J. (31) 
831, Wis Lib Bull (2) 76, 93, 97. 1907 : Wis Lib Bull (3) 80, P.L. (12) 
37. 1908 : Wis Lib Bull (4) 92 

A 83 HUDSON RIVER LIBRARY CLUB, Poughkeepsie. N.Y. 

1906 L.J. (31) 182, P.L. (11) 213. 1907: L.J. (32) 123. 1908: L.J. (33) 

194, P.L. (13) 233. 1909 : L.J. (34) 33 

A 84 INDIANAPOLIS LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1907) 

1907 L.J. (32) 85, 220, P.L. (12) 197, Lib Occ No 7, 5; No 8, 10; No 10, 14. 

1908 : L.J. (33) 26, 292, 460, P.L. (13) 60, Lib Occ No 12, 17 



AMERICAN CLUBS 65 



A 85 INDIANAPOLIS LIBRARY ROUND TABLE 

1S97 P.L. (2) 100. 1909: L.J. (34) 68, P.L. (14) 104 

A 86 INDIANA— NORTHERN INDIANA AND SOUTHERN MICHIGAN LIBRARY 
CLUB 

1907 Lib Occ No 8, 10- 11 

A 87 IOWA CITY LIBRARY CLUB 

K,o5 P.L. (10) 540. 1907 : L.J. (32) ^2, P.L. (12) 30, 244. 190S : L.J. (33) 
107, P.L. (13) no, 231. 1909: L.J. (34) 558, P.L. (14) 274 

A 87 1 KANSAS CITY LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1908) 
1909 L.J. (34) 178, 185 

A 88 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1907) 

1905 Nebraska Lib Bull No 7, 2 

A 89 LONG ISLAND LIBRARY CLUB, Brooklyn, N.Y. 

1900 L.J. (25) 340, 648, P.L. (5) 340. 1901 : L.J. (26) 29, 86, 218, 281, 758, 
818, 880, P.L. (5) 45, 162, 287, 345. 1902 : L.J. (27) 91, 211, 280, 
331, 962, P.L. (7) 126, 479. 1903: L.J. (28) 26, 125, 251, 305, 788, 
843, P.L. (8) 30, 169, 325. 1904: L.J. (29) 145, 257, 318, 609, P.L. (9) 
337. 509- 1905 : ^J- (30) 37. 163, 29s, 359, 878, P.L. (10) 90, 193, 
309, 366. igo6 : L.J. (31) 86, 130, 228, 281, 782. 1907 : L.J. (32) 
32, 85, 221, 285, 522, 571, P.L. (12) 75. 1908: L.J. (33) 194, 292, 461, 
P.L. (13) 64. 1909: L.J. (34) 23, 123, 22S, 377, 505 

A 90 MAINE— EASTERN MAINE LIBRARY CLUB (Organized 1901) 
i()Oi L.J. (26) 150, 406, 879, P.L. (6) 164. 1902 : L.J. (27) 280. 1903 : 
L.J. (28) 250. 1906: L.J. (31) 32. 1907 : L.J. (32) 414 

A 91 MASSACHUSETTS LIBRARY CLUBS 

1005 Handbook of the Library Clubs of Massachusetts, L.J. (30) Conf No 17-21. 
1909 : L.J. (34) 65, 280. 377, 500, P.L. (14) 104, 185, 274, 408 

A 92 MILWAUKEE LIBRARY ROUND TABLE 

1896 L.J. (21) 290, 466, 509, P.L. (i) 49. 1897 : L.J, (23) 40, 102, 209, 265, 
313, P.L. (3) 63. 1898: L.J. (23) 29, 71, 116, 156, 250, 582 

A 93 MOHAWK VALLEY LIBRARY CLUB, Mohawk Valley, N.Y. 

1906 L.J. (31) 831. 1908: L.J. (33) 518. 1909: L.J. (34) 23 

A 94 MONONGAHELA VALLEY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, Homestead, Pa. 

1903 L.J. (28) 181. 1904: L.J. (29) 27. 1905: L.J. (30) 38, P.L. (10) 93. 
1907: L.J. (32) 173. 1909: L.J. (34) 24, P.L. (14) 223 

A 95 NASHVILLE LIBRARY CLUB, Nashville. Tenn. 

1902 L.J. (27) 146 

A 96 NEW YORK LIBRARY CLUB, New York City. 

1SS5 L.J. (10) 148, 177, 370, 400. 1886: L.J. (n) 3, 24, 82, 145, 169, 451, 
484. 1887: L.j: (12) 74, 137, 164, 176, 250, 554. 1888: L.J. (13) 
14, 98, 147, 217, 346, 381. 1889: L.J. (14) 42, 93, 416, 477. 1890: 
L-J- (15) 4. 22, 41, 116, 147, 212, 343. 1891 : L.J. (16) 19, 51, 81, 115, 
182, 281, 296. 1892 : L.J. (17) 25, 58, 98, 130, 204, 493. 1893 : L.J. 
(18) 45, 86, 158, 186, 194, 515. 1894: L.J. (19) 20, 95, 133, 175, 386. 
1895: L.J. (20) 21, 95, 129, 212, 392. 1896: L.J. (21) 24, no, 153, 
290, 509, P.L. (i) 317. 1897: L.J. (22) 5, 33, 40, 209, 210, 266, 707, 
736, P.L. (2) 274. 1898: L.J. (23) 71, 116, 156, 203, 250, 536, 582, 
630, 676. 1899: L.J. (24) 29, 70, 118, 164, 221, 262, 489, 536, 582, 
636, 687. 1900 : L.J. (25) 26, 75, 130, 184, 240, 340, 648. 1901 : 
L.J. (26) 30-1, 219, 282, 759, 881, P.L. (6) 215. 1902 : L.J. (27) 36, 
147. 332, 964. 1018, P.L. (7) 165. 1903: L.J. (28) 74, 126, 251, 305, 
728, 845. 1904 : L.J. (29) 27, 84, 146, 194, 320, 609. 1905 : L.J. 
(30) 38. 95. 233, 295, 359, 878, 942. 1906: L.J. (31) 86, 182, 229, 

c 



66 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



281, 782, P.L. (n) 326. 1907: L.J. (32) 32, 85, 173. 221, 285, 522, 
571, P.L. (12) 198, 245. 1908: L.J. (33) 26, 158, 195, 407, 51S. 1909: 
L.J. (34) 68, 119, 123, 178, 282. P.L. {14) 186, 275 

A 97 NEW YORK CENTRAL LIBRARY CLUB 

1904 L.J. (29) 317. 1905: L.J. (30) 357, P.L. (in) 373. 1907: L.J. (32) 
172, P.L. (12) 75. 1908: P.L. (13) 64 

A 98 PENNSYLVANIA LIBRARY CLUB, Philadelphia, Pa. 

3891 L.J. (16) 50. 1892: L.J. (17) 97- '^93: L.J. (18) 124, 196. 513. 
1894: L.J. (19) 59, 94, 132, 204. 1895: L.J. (20) 24, 55, 92, 128, 170, 
246, 353- 1896: L.J. (21) 108. 152, 289, 506, P.L. (i) 49, 273, 319. 
1897 : L.J. (22) 38, 101, 149, 2ot), 208, 313, Conf No 177, 705, P.L, (2) 
67, 102, 141, 276, 467. 1898: L.J. (23) 29, 70, 155, 202, 349, 535, 
581, 628, 675, P.L. (3) 17, 53, 176, 265, 357. 1899: L.J. (24) 27, 69, 
116, 163, 217, 488, 534, 582, 635, b86, P.L. (4) 25, ibi, 332, 461. 1900 : 
-LJ. (25) 25, 75, 130, 183, 239, 296, 339, 593, 647, 695, 750. P.L. (5) 
19, 20. 1901 : L.J. (26) 84, P.L. (6) 108. 1902 : L.J. (27) 92, 14S, 
1019, P.L. (7) 127. 1903: L.J. (28) 126, 252, 845. P.L. (8) 2S4, 481. 
1904: L.J. (29) 85, 146, 320, P.L. (9) 88. 1905: L.J. (30) 39, 96, 
163, 296, 360, 943, P.L. (10) 35, 146, 195, 310, 375. 1906: L.J. (31) 
87, 131, 282. 832, P.L. (11) 217. 385. 1907: L.J. (32) 86, 123, 285, 
372, P.L. (12) 36, III, 193, 288. 420. 1908: L.J. (33) 65, 107, 243, 
P.L. (13) 29, 64, III, 187, 233, 519. 1909: L.J. (34) 17, 62. 69, 124. 

282, 558, P.L. (14) 36, 69, 151, 232, 413 

A 99 SOUTHERN TIER LIBRARY CLUB, Southern New York 

1907 L.J. {32) 124. 1909 : L.J. (34) 24 

A 100 TWIN CITY LIBRARY CLUB, St. Paul, Minn. 

1898 L.J. (23) 30, 157, 203, 251, 582. 1905: Minn P.L.C. Xotes No 7, 10; 
No 8, 4. 1906: L.J. (31) 132, 22Q, 282, 783, P.L. (11) 326, 385, Minn 
P.L.C. Notes No 9, 36 

A 101 WORCESTER— SOUTHERN WORCESTER LIBRARY CLUB 

1906 L.J. (31) 230, 783, P.L. (11) 324. 1907: L.J. (32) 221, 523, P.L. {12) 
244. 1908: L.J. (33) 159, 461, PL. (13) 143, 421. 1909: L.J. (34) 
228, 410, 558 

A 102 STATE LIBRARY COMMISSIONS OF AMERICA 

1895 Adams (E. L.) Work accomplished bv State Library organizations, L.J.- 
(20) 380-381 

1897 Marvin (C.) Histor}- of Library Commissions, L.J. {22) 26 

1898 Hayes (R. P.) Library legislation and Library Commissions, L.J. (2;},) 

571-572 
3899 Stearns (L. E.) How to organize State Library Commissions and make 

state aid effective, L.J. (24) Conf No 16-18, 181 
Brigham (J.) State Librarian's outlook, L.J. (24) Conf No 81-84 
State Library Commission and its object, P.L. (4) 81-82 
1900 Galbreath (C. B.) Co-operation of State Librarians and State Library 

Commissions, L.J. (25) 54-57 
Countryman (G. A.) Lines of work which a State Library Commission 

can profitably undertake, L.J. (26) Conf No 51-54 
J901 Co-operation among State Library Commissions, L.J. (26) 689-800 

State Library Commissions and Travelling Libraries : Round Table 

Meeting, L.J. (26) Conf No 171-183 
Dockery (E. J.) How a Library Commission was secured in Idaho, L.J. 

(26) Conf No 188.190 
Thomson (J.) How to secure a State Library Commission, L.J. (26) Conf 

No 191-192 
Stoutenborough (B. ^L) What Women's Clubs can do to further the 

work of the Library, L.J. (26) Conf No 192-194 
1902 Record of Library Associations and State Commissions, L.J. (27) 30-32 

State Library Commissions : Round Table Meeting, L.J. (27) Conf No 

228-235 



AMERICAN COMMISSIONS 67 

1903 Record of Library Associations and State Commissions, L.J. (28) 22-24 
Report of State Library Commissions Section, L.J. (28) 219-224 

IQ04 Tyler (A. S.) Plans for a National organization, L.J. (29) 483, Conf No 

247-248 
Langton (H. H.) What a permanent Library Commission can do to aid 

Libraries, P.L. (9) 213-216 
IQ05 Legler (H. E.) What State Library Conunissions are and what they are 

doing, L.J. (30) Conf No 40-45, Discussion 154-158 
Brigham (J.) Model Library Commission law, L.J. (30) Conf No 46-50, 

P.L. (10) 83-87 
Hewins (C. M.) Work of an Eastern Library Commission, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 51-55 
Countryman (G. A.) State aid to Libraries, P.L. (10) 55-60 
Reports from State Library Commissions, P.L. (10) 62-67 
Dewey (M.) Proportional expenditure, P.L, (10) 137-138 
1006 — Future of Library Commissions, L.J. (31) Conf No 204 

What the State Library Commissions can do for the small Library, L.J. 

(31) Conf No 247-251 
Tyler (A. S.) Instructional work of Library Commissions, P.L. (10) 60-61 
American Library Commissions, Lib Occ No 3, 2-8 
1907 Wynkoop (A.) Where should state aid and local responsibility begin in 

Library extension work, A.I^.A. Bull (i) Conf No 238-243 
Ahern (M. E.) Unsolved problems of the Library Commissions, A.L.A. 

Bull (i) Conf No 231-236 
American State Library Commissions, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 23-24, (2) 

64-65 
Baldwin (C. F.) Better support for Libraries, aims of Library Commis- 
sions, Wis Lib Bull (3) 30-32 
ic)o8 Marvin (C.) Library Commissions and rural schools, A.L.A. Bull (2) 

IQ09 Hadley (C.) Aim of Library Commissions, P.L. (14) 306 

Plummer (M. W.) Library Commissions, Wis Lib Bull (5) 47-48 

A 103 LEAGUE OF LIBRARY COMMISSIONS (Organized 1904) 

1904 State Library Commissions Section recommend the formation of the 

League of Library Commissions, L.J. (29) Conf No 248 

1905 Tyler (A. S.) League of Library Commissions, L /. (30) 27, 274, la Lib Q. 

(5) ". 25 
Report of League of Library Commissions, L.J. (30) Conf No 192-194 

1906 Dewey (M.) Future of Library Commissions, L.J. (31) 27, 328, Conf No 204 
League of Library Commissions — ^Proceedings, L.J. (31) Conf No 282-284. 

la Lib O. (5) 112, Lib Occ No 1-4, 4; No 7, 5, Minn P.L.C. Notes (i) 
6. 1907 : A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 231-245, la Lib O. (5) 153-154, 
A.L.A. Bull (2) 305-317, L.J. (33) 59-62, Neb Lib Bull No 7, 2. 1909; 
J-'J- (34) 63, 359, -P-L. (14) 64-66, 224, 313-315, la Lib O. (6) 48 

A 104 ALABAMA— DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

1907 L.J. (32) 567. 1909 : L.J. (34) 373 

A 105 CAROLINA, NORTH, LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1909) 
1909 L.J. (34) 175 

A 106 COLORADO STATE BOARD OF LIBRARY COMMISSIONS (Organized 1899) 

1S99 L.J. (24) 484, 530, 579, 628, 67Q. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 180, 238, 

294, 336, 591. 639, 691, 743. 1903 : L.J. (28) 620. 1908 : L.J. (33) 62 

A 107 CONNECTICUT LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1893) 

1896 Hewins (C. M.) Connecticut Public Library Commission, L.J. (21) 267- 

269 

1897 L.J. (22) 24, 93, 148, 204, 261, 307, 357, 408, 442, 698, 751. 1898: 

fj- (23) 25, 65, 109, 151, 201, 294, 533, 583, 619. 1899: L.J. 
(24) 23, 66, 113, 159, 215, 484, 530, 628, 679. 1900: L.J. (25) 
21, 74, 122, 180, 238, 294, 336, 591, 639, 691, 743. 1902: L.J. (27) 
210. 1903: L.J. (29) 435, 545 

1905 Hewins (C. M.) Work of an Eastern Library Commission, L.J. (30) 
Conf No 51-55 



68 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



A 108 DAKOTA, NORTH, STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION 

1907 L.J. (32) 219. 1908: L.J. (33) 62. 1909: L.J. (34) 19 

A 109 DELAWARE FREE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1901) 
1901 L.J. (26) 341, 757, 806. 1902 : L.J. (27) 32, 85, 143, 273, 330. 1903 : 
L.J. (28) 122. 1904: L.J. (29) 483, Delaware L.C. Hdbk (1904) 1-2, 

21-22 

Alio DENVER LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 
J899 L.J. (24) 215 

A 111 GEORGIA LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1897) 

1898 L.J. (23) 65, 151, 211, 245, 294, 533, 580, 619. 1899: L.J. (24) 23, 66 

113, 159, 215, 484, 530, 579, 628. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 180 

2:i,s, 294, 336, 591, 639, 691. 743. 1906: L.J. (31) 328 

A 112 IDAHO STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1901) 

1901 L.J. (24) 143, 402, 691 

A 112 1 ILLINOIS LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1909) 
1909 Library Commission Law of Illinois, P.L. (14) 301 

A 113 INDIANA PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 
1S99 L.J. {24) 159, 215, 484, 530, 579, 528, 679. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 
180, 238, 294, 336, 591, 639, 691, 743. 1901: L.J. (26) 213. 1902: 
L.J. (27) 85. 1903: L.J. (28) 72, 178, 301, 778, 834. 1904: L.J. 
(29) 311. 1905: L.J. (30) 293, 814. 1906: L.J. (31) 278, Lib Occ 
Nos 1-4, 9-10; No 6, 5-6. 1907: L.J. (32) 321, Lib Occ No 7, 10; 
No 8, 12; No 9, 2-3, 8-9; No 10. 16-17, N.Y.L. (i) 28, 63. 1908: L.J. 
(33) 237. 449- 1909 : i-./. (34) 278, 373, 554, Lib Occ (2) 69. Indiana 
Public Library Commission, 5th Biennial Report (1909), loi pp. 

A 114 IOWA STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1900) 

1900 L.J. (25) 122, 180, 238, 294, 336, 593, 639, 691, 743- 190 1 : ^-Z- (26) 
143, 341, 691, 757, la Lib Q. (i) i. 1902 : la Lib O. (2) 11. 1903 : 
L.J. (28) 132. 1904 : L.J. (29) 373, 483. 1907 : L.J. (32) 29. 1908 : 
L.J. (33) 62, 237. 1909 : L.J. (34) 278, la Lib O. (6) 33. Minnesota, 
Iowa, and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk (1902) 

Alio KANSAS TRAVELLING LIBRARIES COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 

1899 L.J. (24) 484, 530, 579, 62S. 679. 1900: L.J. (25J 21, 74, 122, iSo, 238, 

294. 336, 591. 639. 691, 743. 1901 : L.J. (26) 82. 1903 : L.J. (28) 72 

A 116 MAINE STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 

1899 L.J. (24) 484, 530, 579, 628, 679. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 238, 294, 

336, 591. 639, 691, 743. 1901: L.J. (26) 82. 1902: L.J. (27) 330. 

1903 : L.J. (28) 834 

A 118 MARYLAND STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1902) 

1902 LJ. (27) 839, 1017. 1904 : L.J. (29) 26. 1905 : L.J. (30) 27, 157. 

1906: L.J. (31) 126. 1907: L.J. (32) 29. 1908: L.J. (33) 22. 
1909: L.J. (34) 64 

A 119 MASSACHUSETTS FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMISSION 

(Organized 1890) 
1891 Green (S. S.) Extent of operations : Presidential address, San Francisco 
Conference, L.J. (16) Conf No 7 

1896 Mourse (H. S.) Free Public Library Commission of Massachusetts, L.J. 

(21) 10-13 

1897 Report of Meetings, L.J. (22) 24, 93, 148, 204, 261, 307, 358, 408, 442 

698, 751. 1898: L.J. (23) 25, 65, 109, 151, 201, 245, 296, 533, 580 
619. 1899: L.J. (24) 23, 66, 113, J59, 215, 484, 530, 579, 629, 679 
1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 180, 238. 294, 336, 591, 039, 691, 743 
1901: L.J. (26) 213. 1903: L.J. (28) 670. 1904: L.J. (29) 374 
1905 : L.J. (30) 293. 1907 : L.J, (32) 218. 1908 : L.J. (33) 237 



AMERICAN COMMISSIONS 69 

A 120 MICHIGAN LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 
1899 L.J. (24) 4S4, 679. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 180, 238, 294, 336, 591, 
639, bQi. 743- 1902: L.J. (27) 899. igo4 : L.J. (29) 374. 1905: 
L.J. (30) 865, 935. 1906: L.J. (31) 328. 1907: L.J. (32) 218 

A 121 MINNESOTA STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 

1899 L.J. (24) 279. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 591, 640, 691, 743. 1901: L.J. 

(26) 214. 1904: L.J. (29) 81. 1905: L.J. (30) 28, 229. 1907: 
L./. (32)219. 1908: L./. (33) 449. 1909: LJ. (34)121. Minnesota, 
Iowa and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk (1902) 67 

A 122 MISSOURI LIBRARY COMMISSION 

1907 L.J. (32) 169, 321. 1908: /../. (33) 191, 2:..y 

NEBRASKA PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1901) 

A 123 HISTORICAL SKETCH 

1906 Nebraska Public Library Commission : an historical sketch, Nch L:h 
Bull No 2, 8-9 

A 123=1 REPORTS OF MEETINGS 

1901 L.J. (26) 214, 341, 691, 1017. 1903: L.J. (28) 25. 1905: L.J. (5c) 
90. 1906 : L.J. (31) 820. 1907 : L.J. (32) 77, Neb Lib Bull No 4, 1-2, 
N.Y.L. (i) 29. 1Q08: L.J. (33) 103 

A 124 NEW ENGLAND LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized iqog) 
1909 P.L. (14) 150 

A 125 NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1S91) 
1897 L.J. {z2) 24, 93, 148, 204, 261, 307, 358, 408, 443, 698, 751. 1898: L.J. 
(23) 25, 65, 109, 151, 201, 245. 294, 533, 580, 619. 1899: L.J. (24) 
23, 66, 113, 159, 215, 484, 530. 580, 629, 679. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 
74, 122, 180, 238, 294, 337, 591, 540, 691, 743. . 1901 : L.J. (26) 24, 214, 
403. 1902 : L.J. (27) 85. 1903 : L.J. (28) 72 

A 126 NEW JERSEY PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1900) 

1900 Buchanan (H.) What New Jersey is doing tor Public Libraries, L.J. (25) 

173-6, 180 
Reports of Meetings, L.J. (25) 294, 337, 5QI, G40, 691, 743. 1901 : L.J. 
(26) 24, 82, 214, 341, 757, 876. 1902 : L.J. (27) 143, 273. 1903 : L.J. 
(28) 73, 726. 1904 : L.J. (29) 191. 1905 : L.J. (30) 485. 1906 : 
L.J. (31) 223. 1907: L.J. (32) 29, 120, 567, N.Y.L. (i) 28, 63. 1908: 
^J- (33) 153- 1909 : J-]- (34) 174 

A 127 NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARIES DIVISION OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF NEW YORK (Organized 1802) 

1897 L.J. (22) 24, 93, 148, 204, 261, 358, 408, 443, 698, 751. 1898: L.J. (-23) 
25, 65, 109, 151, 201, 245, 294, 533, 580, 619. 1899: L.J. (24) 23, 66, 
113, 215, 484, 530, 580, 629, 679. 1900 : L.J. (25) 74, 122, 180, 23q, 294, 
337. 591. 600, 691, 743. 1901 : L.J. (26) 214, 403. 1902 : L.J. (27) 
899. 1903 : L.J. (28) 670. 1904 : L.J. (29) 253. 1905 : L.J. (30) 
28. 1906: L./. (31) 820. 1908: L.y. (33) 154 

A 128 OHIO BOARD OF LIBRARY COMMISSIONERS (Organized 1896) 
3897 L.J. (22) 93, 148, 204, 262, 307, 358. 408, 443, 698, 751. 1898 : L.J. (23) 
25, 65, 109, 151, 201, 245, 294, 533, 580, 619. 1899: L.J. (24) 23, 66, 
113. 159. 215, 484, 531, 580, 629, 681. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122. 
180, 239, 294, 337, 591, 640, 691, 763. 1903 : L.J. (28) 73 

\ 129 OREGON FREE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1905) 
1905 L.J. (30) 814. 1907: L.J. (32) 77, 219, N.Y.L. (i) 29. 1908: L.J. (33) 
63. 1909 : L.J. (34) 175 

A 13© PENNSYLVANIA FREE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1899) 

3900 L.J. (25) 122, 180, 239, 294, 337, 591, 640, 691, 743. 1901 : L.J. (26) 82. 

1903: L.J. (28) 179. 1904: L.J. (29) 191, 603. 1907: L.J. (32) 567. 

1909 : L.J. (34) 452 



70 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

. L, * 

.4 131 PHILADELPHIA LIBRARY COMMISSION 

1887 Barnwell (J. G.) Library Commission of Philadelphia — a correction, L.J. 
(12) 152 

A 1311 TENNESSEE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1909) 
1909 L.J. (34) 17s 

A 131=2 TEXAS LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1909J 

1909 L.J. (34) 309, 554 

Windsor (P. L.) State supervision in Texas, L.J. (34) 175, P.L. (12) 181 

A 132 VERMONT LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1894) 
1S9; L.J. (22) 24, 93r 148. 204, 262, 307, 358, 408, 443, 698, 751. 189S: L.J. 
(23) 25, 65, 109, 151, 2ot, 245, 294, 533, 580, 619. 1899: L.J. (24) 23, 
66, 113, 159, 2i6, 484, 531, 580, 629, 6S0. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 
122, 180, 230, 294. 337, 591, 640, 692, 743. 1901 : L.J. (26) 144. 
1902: L.J. (27) 210. 1903: L.J. (28) 73. 1905: L.J. (30) 90, 230, 
814, 17 L.C. Bull (i) 1-2. 1906: L.J. (31) S20. 1908: L.J. (33) 63, 
154, 289. 1909: L.J. (34) 19, 121, 309 

A 133 WASHINGTON STATE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1901) 
1901 L.J. (26) 215, 757. 1903 : L.J. (28) 73. 1905 : Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 

I, 11-12 
1005 Holgate (J.) State administration, Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 4-5 

A 134 WISCONSIN FREE LIBRARY COMMISSION (Organized 1895) 
Historical 

.1S96 Wisconsin Free Library Commission, L.J. (21) 188-9 

1906 Baldwin (C. F.) Better support for Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (3) 30-32 

.190S Legler (H. E.) Outline of the work of the Wisconsin Library Commission, 

J- J- (33) 513 
Publications of the Wisconsin Library Commission, Wis Lib Bull (i) 96 

1909 History of the Wisconsin Library Commission, Wis Lib Bull (5) 73-76 

Stewart (J. D.) Work of a Library Commission — a note on the Wisconsin 
Free»Library Commission, L.W. (12) 63-66 

Reports of Meetings 
1S97 L.J. (22) 24, 93, 148, 204, 262, 358, 408, 443, 69S, 751. 1898: L.J. (23) 
25, 66, 109, 151, 201, 245, 294, 533, 580, 619. 1899: L.J. (24) 23, 66, 
113, 159, 216, 484, 531, 580. 629, 680. 1900: L.J. (25) 21, 74, 122, 
180, 239, 294, 337, 591, 640, 692, 744. 1901 : L.J. (26) 24, 806. 1902 : 
I-J- (27) 33. 775. 839. 1903 : L.J. (28) 25. 301, 835. 1904 : L.J. 
(29) 311. 1905: L.J. (30) 28, 91, 230. 1907: L.J. (32) 373, 456, 
N.Y.L. (i) 28. 1908: L.J. (33) 191, 326 

A 135 LIBRARY SCHOOLS AND TRAINING CLASSES, AMERICA— GENERAL 

1883 Dewey (M.) School of Library Econom}-, L.J. (8) 285-291 

Cutter (C. A.) School of Library Economy, L.J. (8) 293-295 
18S5 Foster (W. E.) Report of Committee on proposed School of Library 
Economy, L.J. (10) 195 
Report of the A. L.A. Committee. L.J. (10) 291-294. 1886: L.J. (11) 376 
School of Library Economy, L.A', {U.S.) (i) 85-89 
Extra lectures to the schools, L.A^ {U.S.) (i) 108-110 
1887 Report of the A. L.A. Committee, L.J. (12) 426, L.A'. {U.S.) (2) 230-242, 

406-426. 1889: L.J. (14) 269, 278. 1890: L.J. (15) Conf No 91 
1891 Plummer (M. W.) Value of a school for Library training, L.J. (16) 40-44 
iSq2 Report of the A. L.A. Committee, L.J. (17) Conf No 31-34. 1893: L.J. 
(18) Conf No 75. 1894 : L.J. (19) Conf No 116 
Library schools and Library training classes of the United States, L.J. 
■ (19) 2S7, 296-308 
1895 Petherbridge (M.) American Library Schools, L. (7) 65-74 

Report of the A.L.A. Committee, L.J. (20) Conf No bi. 1896: L.J. 

(21) Conf No 93 
American Library training schools, P.L. (i) 150-152 



AM ERIC AX SCHOOLS 



1897 James (H. P.) Special training for Library work, 2nd hit Coiif 34-39 
Hill (F. P.) Org-anizatlon and management of Library staff, L.J. (22) 

3S1-383 
Report of the A.L.A. Committee, J.. J. (22) Conl No 87-90 

1898 Library schools and training classes, and special training for Librarians : 
Symposium by American Librarians, L.J. (23) (^onf No 5C)-7o 
Fletcher (W. L) Inlluence of Library Schools in raising the grade of 

Library work, L.J. (23) Conf No 70-71 
Foote (E. L.) Instruction of the local librarian by Organizers, L.J. (^23) 

Conf No 74 
Stanley (H. H.) Summer Library schools and classe-, L.J. (23) Conf 

^'o 74-75 
' Clark (E. E.) Library of the Library School : an index of its work, L.J. 
{2^) Conf No 125-127 
Vincent (J. H.) Meaning of Chautauqua, L.J. (23) Conf No 131-134 
Davis (J. F.) Special bibliographic or Library course in Universities, 

Colleges and Libraries, L.J. (2^,) Conf No 139-140 
Wyer (J. L) Library schools at the Chautauqua Conference, L.J. (23) 
Conf No 183 
1900 Report of the A.L.A. Committee, L.J. (25) Conf No 83-86 

1902 Dewev (M.) Library Schools of doubtful value, P.L. (7) 1 19-120 

■ — Future of Library Schools, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85), Bulletin No 78, 216-222 
Library Schools, Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk, 65 

1903 Sharp (Miss) On .Special training for State Commission Library 

organizers, L.J. (28) Conf No 231-235 
A word from a Library .School student, P.L. (8) 316-317 

1905 Report on standards of Library training, L.J. (30) Conf No 121-123, 

Discussion 164-176 
Dewey (M.) Future of Library schools, P.L. (10) 435-438 

1906 Library Schools and their ideals, P.L. (11) 112-113 

Symposium on I^ibrary schools, P.L. (11) 116-131 
Plummer (M. W.) and others. Summer Library schools, P.L. (11) 131-134 
Letters from Librarians who have been in the schools, P.L. (11) 137-143 
Warren (I.) Library school problem, P.L. (11) 541-543 
Centres of Library influence. Lib Occ Nos 1-4, 1-2 ; No 5. 1-2 ; No 6, 2 

1907 Kroeger (A. B.) Instruction in books in Library Schools, L.J. (32) 395-401 

1908 American Library Schools, /LL..4. Bull (i) No 5, 22, (2) 62-63 
Plummer (M. W.) Evolution of the Library school curriculum, A.L.A. 

Bull (2) 203-305 
Wyer (J. I.) Factors in the development of the Library School curriculum, 

A.L.A. Bull (2) 205-206 
Report of Committee on summer school certificates, A.L.A. Bull (2) 311-312 
Historical sketch of the Library school movement in the United States, 

P.L. (13) 406 

1909 Plummer (M. W.) Summer Training Schools, Correspondence Courses, 

etc., Wis Lib Bull (5) 46-49 
Koch (T. W.) Summer Library School, L.J. (34) 548-550 
Price (A. M.) .Special Library training, P.L. (14) 338-342 

LIBRARY SCHOOLS IN AMERICA— SPECIAL 
A 136 ALABAMA SUMMER SCHOOL 

1907 L.J. (33) 366. 1909 : P.L. (14) 323 

A 137 AMHERST SUMMER SCHOOL 

1891 L.J. (16) 113, Conf No 87. 1892: L.J. (17) 171. 1894: L.J. (19) 130. 
1895: L.J. (20) 174, 320. 1896: L.J. (21) 106, 419. 1897: L.J. 
(22) 211, 446. 1898: L.J. (23) 536. 1899: L.J. (24) 120. 1900: 
L.J. (25) 241, 699. 1901 : L.J. (26) 696, P.L. (6) 302, 505. 1902 : 
L.J. (27) 212, 900, P.L. (7) 162. 1903 : L.J. (28) 790, P.L. (8) 437. 
1904: L.J. (29) 194, 435, P.L. (9) 177- ^905 : -L.y. (30) 297, 487, 
P.L. (10) 289, 433 

« 

A 138 ATLANTA (GEORGIA) CARNEGIE LIBRARY TRAINING SCHOOL 
(Organized 1905) 

1905 L.J. (30) 363, 883, P.L. (10) 490, 530. 1906: L.J. (31) 181, 232, 284, 
735, P.L. (ii) 128, 267, 380, 466. 1907: L.J. (32) 126, 223, 457, P.L. 
(12) 103, 202, 320. 1908 : L.J. (33) 27, 65, 292, 408, P.L. (13) 17, 103, 
138. 371- 1909 : ^-/- (34) 124, 228, 283, 311, 505, P.L. (14) 100, 261, 350 



72 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECOXOMY 

A J39 ARMOUR INSTITUTE LIBRARY CLASS 

1894 Sharp (K. L.) Department of Library science of Armour Institute, L.J. 
(19) 162-166 

1896 Armour Institute Class, L.J. (21) 331, 467, Conf No 97, P.L. (i) 151, 245, 

275, 321. 1897 : L.J. (22) 40, 267, 359, P.L. (2) 25, 70, 105, 190, 277, 362 

A 140 CALIFORNIA SUMMER SCHOOL 

1902 L.J. (27) 212, 783, 840, P.L. (7) 123, 302. 1906: L.J. (31) 284, Cal 
News NQtes (i) 267. 1907 : L.J. (32) 176, 573, Cal News Notes (2) 
175' 297. 1908; Cal News Notes (3) 311 

AMI CHAUTAUQUA SUMMER LIBRARY SCHOOL 

1901 L.J. (26) 220, 697, P.L. (6) 301, 506. 1902 : L.J. (27) 212, 780, P.L. (7) 
201, 382. 1903 : L.J. {28) 126, 623, P.L. (8) 162, 384. 1904 : L.J. 
(29) 147, 547, P.L. (9) 177, 507. 1905 : L.J. (30) 234, 816, P.L. (10) 
131. 235, 433. 1906: L.J. (31) 283, 731, P.L. (11) 335, 466. 1907: 
L.J. (32) 174. 458, P.L. (12) 322. 1908: L.J. (33) 160, 367. P.L. (13) 
139, 321, N.Y.L. (i) 148. 1909: L.J. (34) 323, 453, P.L. (14) 323 

A 142 CLEVELAND SUMMER SCHOOL 

1898 L.J. (23) 158, 677, P.L. {3) 384. 1900: L.J. (25) 297, P.L. (5) 209, 254 

A 143 COLORADO ST4TE NORMAL SCHOOL 

1899 L.J. (24) 71 

A 144 COLUMBIA COLLEGE (WASHINGTON) LIBRARY SCHOOL 

Historical 

1883 Dewey (M.) School of Library Economy, L.J. (8) 285-291 
A.L.A. Committee's Report. L.J. (8) 293 

1884 Dewey (M.) School of Library Economy at Columbia College, L.J. (q) 

1 17-120 
1S87 Plummer (M. W.) Columbia College Library School from a student's 
standpoint, L.J. (12) 363-4 

School Course 

18S7 L.J. (12) 4, 78, 166. 1888: L.J. (13) 17, 96, 276, 346. 1889: L.J. (14) 

4. 1897: P.L. (2) 467. 1899: L.J. (24) 165, P.L. (4) 251. 1904: 

L.J. (29) 86, 548, P.L. (9) 241, 462. 1905 : P.L. (10) 188 

A 145 DREXEL INSTITUTE (PHILADELPHIA) LIBRARY CLASS (Organized 1892) 
1892 L.J. (17) 488. 1893: L.J. (18) 292. 1894: L.J. (19) 234. 1895: 
L.J. (20) 247. i8q6: L.J. (21) 331, 511, P.L. (i) 151, 245, 275, 321. 
1897: L.J. (22) 40, 358, P.L. (2) 25, 467. 1898: L.J. (23) 203, 294, 
632, P.L. (3) 177. 261, 357. 1899: L.J. (24) 222, 489, 583, P.L. (4) 
154. 251, 328, 418. iQoo: L.J. (25) 133, 184, 298, 699, 753. P.L. (5) 
16, 207, 400, 450. iQoi : L.J. (26) 89, 221, 345, 760, 819, P.L. (6) 
47, 109, 166, 212, 301, 353, 430, 578, 647. 1902 : L.J. (27) 37, 94, 
212, 280, 780, 840, 901, P.L. (7) 32, 75, 123, 198, 268, 438, 495. 1903: 
L.J. (28) 27, 126, 181, 306. 728. 791, P.L (8) 25, 108, 161, 282, 435, 
482. 1904: L.J. (29) 259, 321, 378, 485, 548, 610, P.L. (9) 85, 134, 
175. 241, 302, 347, 462, 506. 1905: L.J. (30) 97, 234, 816, 880, 945, 
P.L. (10) 140, 235. 488. 1906: L.J. (31) 133, 184, 230, 677, 731, 
P.L. (11) 28, 79, 116, 208, 263, 331, 377. 1907: L.J. (32) 86, 175, 
222, 287, 431, 458, 574, P.L. (12) 68, 239, 286, 320. 1908: L.J. (33) 
108, 160, 243, 408, P.L. (13) 17, 138, 182, 223, 320, 371 
Kroeger (A. B.) Evolution of the curriculum of the Drexel Institute 
Library School, A.L.A. Bull (2) 210-213 
1909 L.J. (34) 25, 6q, 170, 229. 283, 311, 378, 413, 454, P.L. (14) 26, 100, 191, 
268, 320, 350 

A 146 FORBJES LIBRARY SUMMER SCHOOL 

1907 L.J. (32) 175 

A 147 ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SCHOOL, Champaign, HI. 

(Organized 1893) 

1897 L.J. (22) 268, P.L. (2) 467, 506. 1898: L.J. (23) 118, 203, 295, 632, 

P.L. (3) i8, 55, 95, 177, 261, 384. 1899: L.J. (24) 31, 72, .i2"i, 166, 



AMERICAS SCHOOLS 



263, 490, 583, 637, 688, P.L. (4) 36, 114, 154, 207, 251, 418, 458. 1900 : 
L.J. (25) 28, 77, 299, 341,096, 650, 700. P.L. (5) 16, 62, loi, 174, 207, 
253, 400, 459. 1901 : L.J. (26) 31, 152, 222, 346, 699, 820, P.L. (6) 
301, 431, 507, 578, 647. 1902 : L.J. (27) 37, 334, 781, 902, I02I, P.L. 
(7) 32, 161, 199, 268, 381. 1903 : L.J. (28) 28, 183, 253, 307, 623, 
731, 792, 847, P.L. (8) 25, 68, 435. 1904: L.J. (2q) 88, 259, 379, 485, 
613, P.L. (9) 36, 176, 347, 500. 1905 : L.J. (30) 40, 165, 487, S83, 
P.L. (10) 31, 185, 286, 527. 190b: L.J. (31) 35, 134, 677, 732, 784, 
P.L. (11) 28, 79, 118, 263, 377, 466. 1907: L.J. (32) 33, 126, 223, 288, 
333, 416, 524, P.L. (12) 25, 68, 103, 239, 286, 321, 407. 1908: L.J. 
(33) 28, 109, 198, 522, P.L. (13) 103, 371, 43^- 1909: ^J- (34) 180, 
P.L. (14) 26, 70, 100, 154, 224, 320, 350, 394 

A 148 INDIANA LIBRARY SCHOOL, Indianapolis 

1902 P.L. (7) 125, 333. 1904: L.J. (2q) 147, ](,4, P.L. (9) 135. 1905: L.J. 

(30) 234, 816. 1906 : L.J. (31) 320. U)o8 : L.J. (33) 196, 292. iC)oq : 

■L.y. (34) 229, 284, 559, P.L.\i^) 191, 323, 394 
1909 Hadley (C.) Library training in Indiana, PL. (14) 2J7 

A 149 INDIANA SUMMER SCHOOL 

1905 L.J. (30) 817, P.L. (10) 188, 434. 1906: LJ. (31) 133, P.L. (u) 266, 

Lib Dec Nos 1-4, 11; No 6, 3-4. 1907: L.J. (32) 175, 458, P.L. (12) 
323, Lib Occ No 7, 7; No 8, 9; No 9, 4. 1908 : L.J. (33) 27, P.L. (13) 
184, Lib Occ No II, i; No 12, 16. 1909 : L.J. (34) 413, P.L. (14) 194, 
Lib Occ (2) 71-72. Indiana Library Commission, 5th Biennial 
Report (1909) 20 

A 150 IOWA SUMMER SCHOOL 

19CI la Lib O. (i) 1, 19, 36, 52, L.J. (26) 152, P.L. (b) 302. 1902 : la Lib Q. 
(2) 11T46, 57. -L./. (27) 336, P.L. (7) ib2, 384. 1903: la Lib O. (3) 
14, 24, 64, L.J. (28) 729, P.L. (8) 385. 1904 : la Lib Q. (4) 12, 23, 
29' 33. 52, 57. P-i- (9) 478- 1905 ■• ■?« -Life Q. (5) 12, 17, 53, 70, 86, 
L.J. (30) 298, P.L. (10) 236, 434. 1906: L.J. (31) 231, P.L. (11) 132, 
467, 1907 : la Lib O. (5) loi, L.J. (32) 175, 459, P.L. (12) 320. 
1908: la Lib O. (5) 135, 168, 170, 223, L.J. (33) 196, 408, P.L. (13) 185. 
1909: L.J. (34) 312, P.L. (14) iq5, 324 

A 151 LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY TRAINING CLASS 

1892 Kelso (T. L.) Los Angeles Public Library Training Class, 17.5. Kept (i) 
764-771 
Training Course, L.J. (17) 234. 1893: L.J. (]8) 121. 1894: L.J. (19) 
90. 1899: P.L. (4) 421 

A 152 MAINE STATE COLLEGE LIBRARY SCHOOL 

1894 L.J. (19) 268. 1904: L.J. (29) 4S5 

A 153 McGILL UNIVERSITY (MONTREAL) SUMMER LIBRARY SCHOOL 

1906 L.J. (31) 184, 732, P.L. (11) 133. 1907: L.J. (32) 287 

A 154 MICHIGAN SUMMER LIBRARY SCHOOL 

1907 L.J. (32) 332. 1908: L.J. {i,!,) 160, 3b7, PL. (13) 185, 323. 1909: 

^J- (34) 71. 413. P-J- (14) 324 

A 155 MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SCHOOL 

1900 L.J. (25) 78, 341, P.L. (5) 254, 341. 1901 : L.J. (6) 432. 1904: L.J. 
(29) 259, P.L. (9) 241. 1905 : L.J. (30) 363, P.L. (10) 289, Minn 
P.L.C. Notes (2) 5, (3) I. 1906: L.J. (31) 231, 732, Minn P.L.C. 
Notes (4) 4, (7) I, (8) 2, P.L. (11) 133. '1907: L.J. (32) 287, Minn 
P.L.C. Notes (vol. 2) No i, 3. 1908: L.J. (33) 197, Minn P.L.C. 
Notes (vol. 2) No 3, 5; No 6, no; No 7, 134. 1909: L.J. (34) 229, 
506, P.L. (14) 195 

A 156 MISSOURI UNIVERSITY SUMMER COURSE 

1908 L.J. (33) 331, P.L. (13) 323 



74 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

A 137 MONTANA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY TRAINING COURSE 

1901 L.J. (2b) 154 

A 158 NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY SUxMMER SCHOOL 

1S95 L.J. (20) 20S. 1901 : P.L. (6) 167. 1907 : Neb Lib Bull Xo 5, 3 

A 159 NEW JERSEY SUMMER LIBRARY SCHOOL 

IQ06 L.J. (^,1) 184. K107 : L.J. (t,2) 2$y. iQoS : L.J. (1,7,) 197, 329. 1909: 
P.L. (14) 370 

A 160 NEW YORK FREE CIRCULATING LIBRARY TRAINING CLASS 

1S95 L.J. (20) 247 

A 161 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY SCHOOL (Organized 1887) 
General 

1SS7 School of Library Economy at New York, L.J. (12) 166-168 
Report of the New York State Library (published annually) 
1890 Cutter (C. A.) Visit of the New York State School to Boston, L.J. (15) 176 
1896 Robbins (M. E.) Life at New York State Library School, L.J. (21) 13-14 
iQoi Handbook of the New York State Library School, including summer 

cours-e and handwriting, N.Y.S.L. Rept (84) 372-431. 1903: (86) 

Bulletin No 82 

School Register 

1896 New York State Library School Register for the first ten years, January, 
1887 to December, 1896, including all matriculation students. School 
Bulletin No 2, N.Y.S.L. Rept (79) 

1902 — Register to 1901, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85) 

Information Regarding School Course 

18S0 L.J. (14) 133, 446, 479. 1890: L.J. (15) 23, 308. 1891 : L.J. (16) 23, 
53, 145, 348, Conf No 85. 1892 : L.J. (17) 496. 1S93 : L.J. (18) 

434. 477- 1S94: -L-/. (19) 9^. 132, 171. 202. 272, 348, 382. 1895: 
L.J. (20) 91, 176, 207, 28r, 355, N.Y.S.L. Rept (78) 16. 1896: L.J. 
(21) 237. 330, 467, 511. P.L. (i) 150, 275, 321, 506, iY.r.5.L. Rept (79) 
23, 72. 1897: L.J. (22) 41, 153, 268, 314, 447, 708, 757, P.L. (2) 69, 
105, 190, 277, 362, 468, N.Y.S.L. Rept (80) 3c). 1898: L.J. (23) 72, 
117, 158. 203, 252, 294. 536, 583. 631, 677, P.L. (3) 18, 131, 178, 359. 
1899: L.J. (24) 30, 71, 120, 165, 222, 263, 489, 536, ^85, 637, P.L. (4) 
419, N.Y.S.L. Rept (82), Lib School Bull No 6, 270. ^ '1900: L.J. (25) 
27. 77. 134. 1^4. 241, 298, 340. 596, 649, 699, 753, P.L. (5) 16, 63, loi, 
174, 208, 440, jV.Y.S.L. Rept (83), Lib School BuU No 8, 335. 1901 : 
L.J. (26) 31, 151, 283, 346, 698, 760, 819, 883, P.L. (6) 47, 109. 168, 212, 
431. 579. 647, N.Y.S.L. Rept (84), Lib School Bull. 1902: L.J. (27) 
37, 94, 149, 213, 281, 335, 781, 902, 1021, P.L. (7) 32, 123, 161, 198, 
269, 438, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85) Lib School Bull No 11, 1-223. 1903: 
L.J. (28) 75, 127, 182, 253. 624, 729, 791, 846, P.L. (8) 27, 100, 336, 

435, N.Y.S.L. Rept (86), Lib School Bull Nos 15-17, 223-293; No 17, 
4i3-43'^- 1904: i-J- f29) 27, 86, 147, 194. 322, 378. 548. 611, P.L. 
(9) 241, 347, 462, N.Y.S.L. Rept (87), Lib School Bull No 18, 441-456. 
1905: L.J. (30) 97, 161, 298, V13. 424. 880, 945, P.L. (10) 186. 188, 48S, 
528, N. Y.S.L. Rept (88), Lib School BuU No 23, 142-109. 1906 : L.J. (31) 
88, 133, 184, 231, 677, 732, 785. 834. P.L. (11) 28, 80, 121, 379, N.Y.SX. 
Rept (89) 30-31, Lib School Bull No 24, 173-191. 1907: L.J. (32) 87, 
125, 175, 2^88, 332, 374. 459, 574. PI- (12) 25, 241, 287, 407, N.Y.S.L. 
Rept (90), Lib School BuU No 25. T908 : L.J. (33) 27, 66, 108, 161, 
243, 293, 329, 409, 462, 521, P.L. (13) 139, 320. 372, 432. A'.r.5.L. Rept 
(91), Lib School Bull No 26. 1909 : L.J. (34) 69, 124, 179, 284, 312, 
373. 454. 507. SS9. ^--L. (14) 27, 71, lOI, iq2, 195, 295, 352, 395. 
N.Y.S.L. Rept (92), Lib School BuU No 27 

A 162 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY SUMMER SCHOOL 

i8q6 L.J. (21) 239, 330, 419, P.L. (j) 194. 1899: P.L. (4) 45S. 1901 : P.L. 
(6) 431. 1903: P.L. (8) 152. 1904: P.L. (9) 463. 1907: P.L. 
(12) 325, A'.y.L. (i) 16. 47, 81, 117. iqo8: L.J. (^3) 161, 244. 329. 
1909: P.L. (14) 335 



AMERICAS Sl HOOLS 



A 163 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL 

1898 L.J. (23) 158, 537, P.L. (3) 293 

A 164 PITTSBURO — CARNEGIE LIBRARY TRAINING SCHOOL FOR 
CHILDREN'S LIBRARIANS 

1901 L.J. (26) 607. 1902: L.J. (27) 93, 901, P.L. (7) 75, 438, 495. 1903: 

L.J. (28) 27, 181, 252, 790, P.L. (8) 161, 282, 482. 1904: L.J. (29) 27, 
147, 258, 321, 610, P.L. (9) 85, 175, 302. 1905: L.J. (30) 39, 96, 234, 
297, 362, 423, 815, 880, P.L. (10) 31, 140, 235, 287, 527. 1906: L.J. 

(31) 34, 88, 133, 183, 230, 784, 833, P.L. (11) 79, 116, 208. 1907: 
L-J- (32) 33. 86, 125, 174, 287, 414, 458, 524, 573, P.L. (12) 25, 68, 201. 
1908: L.J. (33) 159, 243, 520, P.L. (13) 17, 181, 223, 373. 1909: 
L.J. (34) 69, 124, 179, 283, 378, 505, P.L. (14) 70, 100, 224, 320, 350 

A 165 PRATT INSTITUTE (BROOKLYN) LIBRARY SCHOOL (Organized 1890) 
iSgi L.J. (16) 23Q, Conf No 87. 1892 : L.J. (17) 239. 1893 : J^J. (18) 296. 
1894: L.'J. (19) 234. 1895: L.J. (20) 247. 1896: L.J. (21) 238, 
330. 467. 511. tTonf No 97, P.L. (i) 152, 245, 276, 321. 1897: L.J. 
(22) 42, 153, 267, 358, 757, P.L. (2) 26, 190, 468. 1898 : L.J. (23) 72, 
205, 252, 295, 583, 632, P.L. (3) 18, 55, 179, 261, 385. 1899: L.J. (24) 
72, 165, 224, 490, P.L. (4) 36, 154, 207, 419, 458. 1900 : L.J. (25) 27, 
77, 134, 242, 298, 700, 754, P.L. (5) 16, 63, 102, 174, 209, 254, 400, 460. 
1901 : L.J. (26) 89, 152, 221, 345, 407, 699, 761, 820, P.L. (6) 48, IOC), 
168, 212, 302, 353, 507, 580. 645. 1902 : L.J. (27) 37, 94, 281, 637, 
782, P.L. (7) 123, 161, 199, 270, 381, 438, 495. 1903 : L.J. (28) 28, 76, 
128, 182, 307, 671, 730, 846, P.L. (8) 27, log, 161, 282, 436. 1904: 
L.J. (29) 28, 87, 195, 259, 379, 436, 485, 548, 612, P.L. (9) 36, 85, 176, 
242, 347, 462, 507. 1905 : L.J. (30) 39, 164, 235, 425, 817, 945, P.L. 
(10) 31, 97, 187, 489, 529. 190b: L.J. (31) 88, 134, 232, 283, 734, 
785, 834, P.L. (11) 123, 208, 331, 379, 466. 1907: L.J. {32) 88, 126, 

222, 460, P.L. (12) 27, 104, 204, 239, 321. 1908: L.J. (33) 66, 109, 
198, 294, 410, 463, P.L. (13) 18, 104. 182, 373, 433. 1909 : L.J. (34) 
229, 285, 312, 380, 456, 559. P.L. (14) 154, 192, 269, 321 

Plummer (M. W.) Evolution of the Pratt Institute Library School 
curriculum, A.L.A. Bull (2) 207-210 

A 166 SIMMONS COLLEGE (BOSTON) LIBRARY SCHOOL (Organized 1902) 

1902 P.L. (7) 495. 1903: L.J. (28) 624, 791, P.L. (8) 384, 482. 1904: L.J. 

(29) 148, 379, P.L. (9) 177. 1905 : L.J. (30) 298, 946, P.L. (10) 235, 
287. 1906: L.J. (31) 185, 678, 8^5, P.L. (ii) 28, 468. 1907: L.J. 

(32) 28S, P.L. (12) 28, 240. 1908 rL.J. (33) 109, P.L. (13) 54 

A 167 SPRINGFIELD (MASS.) CITY LIBRARY TRAINING CLASS 

189S L.J. (23) 677, P.L. (4) 420 1901 : P.L. (6) 648 

A 168 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SCHOOL 

1905 L.J. (30) 946, P.L. (10) 530. 190b: P.L. (11) 262. 1907: L.J. (32) 

223, 576, P.L. (12) 202, 408. iqo8 : L.J. {33) 27, 244, 522, P.L. (13) 
19. 1909: L.J. (34) 71, 560, P.L. (14) 27, 71, 154, 396 

A 169 WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF LIBRARY SCIENCE 

1901 L.J. (26) :,2. 1902 : P.L. (7) 162. 1905 : L.J. (30) 363. 1906 : L.J.. 

(31) 232 

A 170 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL 

1905 Wash L.A. Bull (i) No i, 6-7; No 2, 7-8. 1906: Wash L.A. Bull (2) 
No 2, 8-9. 1909: L.J. (34) 285, P.L. (14) 277 

A 171 WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SCHOOL, Cleveland 

(Organized 1902) 
1904 L.J. (29) 88, 436, 613, P.L. (9) 36. 403, 507. 1905 : L.J. (30) 165, 298, 
363, 426, 818, la Lib O. (5) 44, P.L. (10) 97, 187, 287, 490, 530. 1905 : 
L.J. (31) 89, 284, 7357786, 835, P.L. (11) 209, 331, 379. 1907: L.J. 

(32) 127, 176, 224, 289, 333, 460, 577, P.L. (12) 28, 105, 203, 240, 287, 
408. 1908 : L.J. (33) 67, 162, 198. 294, 410, 464, P.L. (13) 54, 105, 
183, 225, 374, 433. 1909 : L.J. (34) 25, 72, 125, 380, 456, 508, 560, 
lP.L. (14) 71, 102, 155, 321, 352, 396, Ohio Bull {4) No lo, 1-2; No 12, 1-3 



76 BrBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

A 172 WINONA SCHOOL FOR LIBRARIANS 

1903 L.J. (28) 184, P.L. (8) 162. 1906: L.J. (31) 786, P.L. (11) 81, Lib Occ 

No 5, 15; No 6, 4. 1907: L./. (32) 34, 332, P.L. (12) 69, Lt6 Occ 
No 8, 9; No 9, 6. 1908: L.J. (33) no, P.L. (13) 105, 183, Lib Occ 
No 1 1, 14 

A 173 WISCONSIN— UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SUMMER SCHOOL 

1895 L.J. (20) 208. 1896: L.J. (21) 192, 239, 419. 1897: L.J. (22) 268, 
447. P.L. (2) 191. 1898: L.J. (23) 513, P.L. (3) 95, 360. 1899 
L.J. (24) 72, 4qo. 584. 1900 : L.J. (25) 78, P.L. (5) 102, 341. 1901 
L.J. (26) 820.' 1902: L.J. (27) 38, 783, 841, P.L. (7) 385. 1903 
L.J. {28) 128, 672, P.L. (8) 69, 385. 1904: L.J. (29) 196, 486, P.L. 
(9) 86, 135, 507. 1905 : L.j. (30) 235, P.L. (10) 97. 189, 289, 435, 
Wis Lib Bull (i) 3, 56-58. 1906: L.J. (31) 134, 185, 679, 787, P.L. 
(11) 28, 129, 334, 468, Wis Lib Bull {2) 65. 1907: L.J. (32) 127, 224, 
376, 461, 577, P.L. (12) 28, 105, 203, 325, 409, Wis Lib Bull (3). 1908: 
L.J. (33) 67, no, 198, Wis Lib Bull (4) 95, 103. 1909 : L.J. (34) 72, 180 

A 174 WISCONSIN LIBRARY SCHOOL, Madison 

1898 L.J. (23) 158. 1902: L.J. (27) 149. 1906: L.J. (31) 736, 835, P.L. 
(11) 210, Wis Lib Bull (2) i, 33, 72, 96. 1907: L.J. (32) 294, Wis Lib 
Bull (3) I, II. 45, 67, 82, 95- ipoS: L.J. (33) 464, P.L. (13) 19, 55- 
105, 183, 374, Wis Lib Buhl (4) 12, 38, 56, 95, 103. 1909: L.J. (34) 
285, 313, 457. 509. 560, P.L. (14) 27, 72, 193. 226, 270, 322, 353, 396 

190Q Wisconsin Library School Notes, Wis Lib Bull (5) 9-10, 55-59, 88, 103 

Hazeltine (M. E.) Methods of training- in one Library School, Wis Lib 
Bull (5) 49-54, 253-256 

A 175 WYOMING UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL 

1906 L.J. (31) 232 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 
A 178 CANADA— ONTARIO 

1901 Hardy (E. A.) Outline programme of the work of the Ontario Library 

Association, P.L. (6) 415-18 

1902 Second Annual Meeting, Ontario Library Association, P.L. (7) 201-3. 

1903 : Third, L.J. (28) 243-44. 1904 : Fourth. P.L. (9) 233-35. 1905 : 
Fifth, L.J. (30) 347-48. 1906 : Sixth. 1907 : Seventh, L.J. (32) 
212-13. 1908: Eighth, L.J. (33) 185-186, P.L. (13) 226. 228. 1909: 
Ninth, L.J. (34) 11Q-120, 220-221, 554, P.L. (14) 98, 182-183 

A 177 CANADA— ABERDEEN 

1904 Whitley (C. F.) The Aberdeen Association, P.L. (9) 204-5 

ASSOCIATIONS— GREAT BRITAIN 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM 

(Organized 5th October, 1877) 
A 178 HISTORICAL 

1878 Library Association of the L^nited Kingdom : Transactions and pro- 
ceedings of the Annual Meetings, 1878-1894 

1898 Wrig^ht (W. H. K.) Library Association, 1877-1897, a retrospect, L. (10) 
197-207, 245-252 

A 179 CONSTITUTION AND BYE LAWS 

1877 Constitution of the Library Association, L.J. (2) 2S2-285 
1881 Constitution of the Library Association, as amended, L..4. Trans (4.) 81-84, 
L.J. (6) 318-319 

1908 Dent (R. K.) Amendment of Bye Law as to Meetings and discussion of 

contentious business, L.A.R. (10) 579-584 

1909 Library Association Bye Laws, L.A.R. (11) 537-543, 557-560 . 

A 180 CHARTER 

1898 Dyer (B. L.) Technical training and a Royal Charter for Librarians, 

L.A. (i) 28-20 

1899 L.A.R. (i) 52-53, 123, 479, L. Yr-Bk 9-20 



ENGLISH ASSOCIATIONS 77 

A 181 AIMS AND PURPOSES 

1883 Tedder (H. R.) and E. C. Thomas. Library Association of the United 

Kingdom : Hdbk and prospectus, L.J. (8) 336 
1886 Yates (J.) Progress of the Library Association, L.J. (11) 368 
1889 Christie (Mr. Chancellor) Work and aims of the Library Association, 

L. (i) 353-366 
1899 Campbell (F.) Past and future papers of the Library Association : our 

aims and objects, L.A.R. (i) 4-15 
1900-01 Roberts (H. D.) Educational work of the L.A. Greemvood's Yr-Bk 

57-60 

1907 Pollard (A. W.) Library Association and its branches, L. (N.S.) (8) 316-321* 

1908 Literary Yr-Bk, 670-671 

1909 Thorne (W. B.) The next step, L.A.R. (n) 469-470 

Peddie (R. A.) Some possible bibliographical activities of the Library 

Association, L.A.R. (11) 187-193 
Peplow (F. J.) Some tentative proposals for the compilation of a catalogue 

of best books, L.A.R. (i.i) 222-228, Discussion 245-249 

A 182 COUNCIL 

See Library Associaiion Yr-Bk ; Library, and Library Association 
Record 

A 183 COMMITTEES 

i8q5 Library Association Yr-Bk, from 1S95 to date 

1908 L.A.R. (lo) 687-688 

Work of the Catalogue Rules Committee, L.A.R. (10) 589-590 
Work of the Education Committee, L.A.R. (10) 590-593 
Work of the Legislation Committee, L.A.R. (10) 596-59S 

1909 Work of the Education Committee, L.A.R. (11) 524 

Work of the Book Production Committee, L.A.R. (11) 527-533, 550, 557 

A 184 TREASURER'S REPORT 

See Library, and Library Association Record 

A 185 OFFICERS 

1895 Library Association Yr-Bk, from 1895 to date 

A 186 MEMBERSHIP AND MEETINGS 

1895 Library Association Yr-Bk, froin 1895 to date 
1908 Aldred (T.) Monthly meetings, L.A.R. (10) 6-S 

Bond (H.) Monthly meetings in London, L.A.R. (10) 376-377 

Library Association membership, L.A.R. (10) 251-252 

A 187 BRANCHES AND AFFILIATED ASSOCIATIONS OF THE L.A. U.K.— 
GENERAL 

1899 Branch and affiliated Associations of the Library Association, L.A. Yr-Bk, 

1899 and subsequent issues 
Baker (E. A.) Local Library Associations, L.W. (2) 148-150 
iQOi District Associations, L.W. (4) 29-31 

Pollard (A. W.) Library Association and its Branches, L. (N.S.) (8) 
316-329 
1907 McKnight (E.) and E. A. Savage. How the Branch Associations may 

help the Library Association, L.A.R. (9) 109-119, Discussion 
190S Hopwood (H. V.) Branches, L.A.R. (10) 74-75 
L.A. Branches, Lit Yr-Bk 671 

Hopwood (H. V.) Capitation grant again. L..i.R. (10) 636 
McKnight (E.) Provincial view, L.A.R. (10) 636-637 
Baker (E. A.) Wanted — Real branch associations, L.A.R. (10) 638-639 

1900 L.A. Council's Recommendations on registration and on branches, L.A.R. 

(11) 363-366 
Library Association's Bye-Laws, L..A.R. (11) 543-549 

For Proposed Affiliation of the Library Assistants' Association with 
the Library Association of the United Kingdom, see A 203 



78 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



BRANCH ASSOCIATIONS— SPECIAL 
A 188 BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Founded 1805) 

1895 Meetings, L. (7) 382, 416. i8q6 : L. (8) 2S0, 319, 50S. 1S97 : L. (9) 

173, 326. 1898: L. (10) 160, L.W. (i) 29, 66. 1899: L.A.R. (i) 
202, 203, 269, 544, 669, 675, 751, L.W. (i) 211, (2) 54, 136, 278, 339. 
1900: L.A.R. (2) 231, 283, 342, 452, 56q. 673, L.W. (3) 54, 305, 32S. 
190 1 : L.A.R. (3) 281, 335, 506,. 589, L.W. (4) 55. iqo2 : L.A.R. (4) 
93. 315- 560, L.W. (4) 304. 1903: L.A.R. is) 157. 211, 295, L.W. (5) 
249, (6) 26, 310. 1904: L.A.R. (6) 166, 510. 1905: L.A.R. (7) 304, 
609, 619, L.W. (7) 227, 343. 1906 : L.A.R. (8) 533-4. 1907 : L.A.R. (q) 
41, 348, 407, 695, 704, L.W. (10) 17. 1908: L.A.R. (10), L.W. (10) 

267, 427, 617 

A 189 BRISTOL AND WESTERN DISTRICT BRANCH OF THE LIBRARY 

ASSOCIATION (Founded 1903) 
1903 Proposed formation, L.A.R. (5) 285 

Meetings, L.A.R. (5) 325, 593, L.W. (6) 90. 1904: L.A.R. (6) 62, iii, 

268, 279, 507, 532, L.W. (6) 229, 311, (7) 138. 1905: L.A.R. (7) 151, 
247> 303. 365. 609, L.W. (7) 309. 1906: L.A.R. (8) 534. 1907: 
L.A.R. (9) 41, 349, 694, L.W. (9) 257, (10) 222. 1908: L.A.R. (10) 
64, 195, 618-619 

A 190 LIBRARIANS OF THE MERSEY DISTRICT (Founded 1887) 

1888 Meetings, L.C. (5) 57, 136. 1889: L. (i) 112. 1890: L. (2) 30, 165, 

272, 440. 1891 : L. (3) 204, 276, 469. 1893 : L. (5) 341. 1894 : L. 

(6) 255. 1895 : L. (7) 290. 1896 : L. (8) 188, 320, 570. 1897 : L. 

<9) 171. 1898: L.W. (i) 30. 1S99: L.A.R. (i) 268, 480, 811, L.W. 

(i) 209, 263, (2) 278. 1900: L.A.R. (2) 130, 232, 341, 357-71, L.W. (0 

28. 1902: L.A.R. (4) 363- 1Q03: L.A.R. is) 258, 270, 385, L.W. 

(5)336, (6)51. 1904: L.A.R. (6) 168 

A 191 NORTH MIDLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Founded 1890) 

1891 Meetings, L. (3) 25, 69, 118, 205, 305, 421. 1892: L. (4) 162. 1893: 

-L. (5) 17 1> 340 
1894 Radford (J. T.) Sketch of the North Midland Library Association, 1S90- 
1893, L. (6) 145-146 
Meetings, L. (6) 33, 256, 414. 1895: L. (7) 155, 231, 382. 1896: L. 

(8) 233, 278, 298, 507. 1897 : L. (9) 389. 1898 : L. (10) 346, 366, 
L.W.\i) 29, 81. 1899: L.A.R. (i) 55, 203, 419, 668, 66q, L.W. (i) 
129, (2) 337. 1900: L.A.R. (2) 233, 343, 398, 615. L.W. (^) 109. 
1901 : L.A.R. (3) 180, 281, 384, 505, 589, L.W. (4) 138. 1902 : L.A.R. 
(4) 242, 315, 390, 569, L.W. (4) 224. 1903: L.A.R. is) 157, 536. 595. 
L.W. is) 336, (6) 144- 1904: L.A.R. (6) 62, 167, 509, 572, L.W. (7) 
139. 1905: L.A.R. (7) 253, 510, L.W. (7) 309. 1906: L.A.R. (8) 
532-3- 539-40, L.W. (9) 138. 1907: L.A.R. (9) 43, 159, 351, 696, L.W. 

(9) 422, 460, (10) 187. 1908: L.A.R. (10) 67, 195, 520, 619-620, L.W. 
(11) 191, 321, 401. 1909: L.A.R. (11) 553-554- L.W. (12) 189-iqo 

A 192 NORTHWESTERN BRANCH OF THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

(Founded 1896) 

1896 Meetings, L. (8) 377. 1897: L. (9) 200, 387. 1898: L. (10) 356, 364, 

L.W. (i) 29. '1899: L.A.R. (1) 266, 418, 4x9, 668, 751, 808, L.W. 
(2) 280. 1900: L.A.R. (2) 61, 283, 341, 501, 567, 617, L.W. (3) ig. 
1903 : L.A.R. is) 294, 325, 535, 594. 1904 : L.A.R. (6) 268, 358, 507, 
637. 1905: L.A.R. (7) 365-374. 1906: L.A.R. (8) 348-350, 615-16. 
1907: L.A.R. (9) 43, 155, 284, 348, 407, 625, 692, 700, L.W. (9) 338, 

(10) 184. 1908: L.A.R. (10) 132, 245, 355, 616, 627, L.W. (10) 303, 
347. 381, (11) 138, 155, 237-239, 279, 356, 372 

Savage (E. A.) L.A. Refusal to increase the capitation grant to the 
North-Western Branch, L.A.R. (10) 52S-529 

A 193 NORTHERN COUNTIES LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Founded 1899) 

1899 Meetings, L.W. (i) 209, (2) 133. iqoo : L.A.R. (2) 502, 617. iqoi : 

L.A.R. (3) 384, 551, 590, L.W. (3) 56, 106. 1902: L.A.R. (4) q4, 

475, 561, L.W. (4) 193, 209, 221, 304, (5) 54, 108. 1903: L.A.R. is) 

55. 538, 594. L.W. is) 250, 276, (6) 89, 170. 1904: L.A.R. (6) 113, 



ENGLISH ASSOCIATIONS 79 

166, 219, 368, L.W. (6) 228, 259, 307, (7) 54, 109. 1905: L.A.R. (7) 
44, 251, 422, 443, L.W. (7) 193. 252, 307. 1906: L.A.K. (8) 267, 475, 
697. 703. ^-W'. (9) 64. 139- 1Q07: L.A.R. (9) 350-352, 531, 540, L.W. 
(9) 422, (10) 221. 1908: L.A.R. (10) 248, 414, 469, 620, L.W. (lo) 
387, (11) 69. 153, 249, 375, 422, L.W. (12) 38, 117, 234 

A 194 SOCIETY OF PUBLIC LIBRARIANS, LONDON (Founded 1895) 
iSqS Meetings, L. 11'. (i) 13. 1899: L.A.R. (i) 127, 204, 270, 350, 420, 813, 
L.W. (i) 152, 183, 208, 239, 263, (2) 200, 224, 278, 338. 1900: L.A.R. 
(2) 67, 130, 234, 284, 344, 397, 674, L.W. (3) 28; 192, 253, 277, 306. 
1901 : L.A.R. (3) 132, 229, 282, 591, L.W. (4) 167, 193. 1902 : L.A.R. 
(4) ()4, 243, 570, 632, L.W. (4) 252, 279. 304, (5) 139, 168. 1903: 
L.A.R. (5) 56, 158, 257, 294, 384, 596, 645, L.W. (5) 250, 276, 334, (6) 
51, 144. 1904: L.A.R. (6) 66. 1907: L.A.R. (9) 269, L.W. (9) 262 

A 194=1 MEDICAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF ENGLAND (Founded 1909) 
1909 First annual meeting at Belfast, L.J. (34) 107, 437, L.A.R. (11) 463-464 

A 195 IRISH RURAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION (Founded 10,04) 
iqo4 F'ormation, L.A.R. (6) 214 

Meetings, L.A.R. (6) 318-319 

Rules, etc., see Memorandum issued by the Association 

A 196 PUBLIC LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION (IRELAND) (Founded 1905) 

1905 Dixon (H.) Objects of Cumann na Leabharlann, An Leah (i) 1-4 

Proceedings of Cumann na Leabharlann : Constitution and Rules, An 
Leah (i) 73-76, i8g-igi. 1906 : An Leah (2) 94-102 

List of Members, An Leah (2) 1057I07 
1907 Meetings, L.W. (10) 222, An Leah (2) 191-195 

List of Members, An Leah (2) 204-208 

A 197 SCOTTISH LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

190S Formation of the Scottish Library Association, L.W. (11) 239, 402, 476 
ICKX) Craigie (J.) Constitution, rules, regulations, etc., L.A.R. (11) 19-22, 

339-341. ^-Z- (34) 61, 407 

A 198 THE PSEUDONYMS (Founded 1S98J 

1899 Meetings, L.W. (i) 130, 155, 184, 211, 239, (2) 20, 51, 200, 224, 253, 286, 
307. 1900: L.W. (3)^55, 192-196, 251, 306, 331. 1901 : L.W. (4) 
109, 139, 193. 1902: L.W. (4) 223, 252, 279, 306, 333, (5) no, 167. 
1903: L.W. (5) 195, 248, 276. 1904: L. IF. (6) 286, 311, 341, (7) 26, 
no. 1905: L.W. (7) 195, 281. 1906: L.W. (9) 215. 1907: L.W. 

(9) 263, 343, 463, (10) 20, 222. 1908 : L.W. (10) 311, 390 

A 199 LIBRARY SCHOOLS— ENGLAND 

1S92 Ogle (J. J.) Summer School of Library science, L. (4) 319-323 

1S95 Library Association Summer School for Librarianship, L.A. Yr-Bk 29-33 

1898 Doubleday (\V. E.) Library Association Summer School, L. (8) 207-212 

James (M. S. R.) Assistants' Associations and Clubs for self improvement, 
L.J. (23) Conf No 136 
1902 Library Association Classes: an editorial, L.A. (3) 68-69, 95-96> no-iii 
190S Anderton (B.) Summer schools and provincial Library Assistants, L.A.R. 

(10) 378-380 

Baker (E. A.) Possibility of a Library School. L.A.R. (10) 531 
1909 Savage (E. A.) The Summer School, L.A.R. (11) 4-5 
Baker (E. A.) Reply to above, L.A.R. (11) 5 

Ostler (W. H.) Public Library and Educjttion Committee, L.A.R. (ii> 
376-377, Discussion 378 

A 199 1 SPECIAL— LIVERPOOL 

1909 Classes for Library Assistants in the Liverpool district, L.A.R. (11) 606 

A 199 2 MANCHESTER 

1909 Classes for Library Assistants at Manchester, L. TF. (12) 191-192 



8o BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



A 199=3 WIGAN 

1909 Classes for Library Assistants at Wigan, L.W. (12) 192 

LIBRARY ASSISTANTS' ASSOCIATION (Founded 1895) 
A 200 "historical 

1900 Dyer (B. L.) How best to increase the usefulness of the L.A.A. (Prize 

Essay), L.A. (2) 155-158 
1900-01 Chambers (W. G.) Library Assistants' Association, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 

61-64 
1906 Roebuck (G. E.) Library Assistants' Association : a statement of its use 

and objects, L.A. (5) 170-173 

A 201 constitution 

1899 Special general meeting to amend rules, L.A. (i) 182-183 
Rules of the L.A.A. L.A. (i) v 

1900 Revision of rules, L.A. (2) 150-15J. 1908: L.A. (6) 169-170 

A 202 ANNUAL MEETINGS 

1898 Third Annual Meeting, L.A. (i) 69-74. 1899 : Fourth, L.A. (1) 232-235. 
1900 : Fifth, L.A. (2) 103-108. 1901 : Sixth, L.A. (2) 260-263. 1902 : 
Seventh, L.A. (3) 93, 114-125. 1903: Eighth, L.A. (3) 261-272. 
1904: Ninth, L.A. (4) 118-128. 1905: Tenth, L.A. (4) 282-290. 
1906 : Eleventh, L.A. (5) 120-134. 1907 : Twelfth, L.A. (5) 295-308. 
1908 : Thirteenth, L.A. (6) 140-154. 1909 : Fourteenth, L.A. (6) 
350-367 

A 203 PROPOSED AFFILIATION WITH THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF 
THE UNITED KINGDOM 

1904 Sayers (W. C. B.) Is afitiliation with the Library Association desirable? 
L.A. (4) 216- 

1906 Proposed affiliation with the Library Association, L.A. (5) 55-56 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Argument for affiliation, L.A. (5) 68-71, 77:78 
Roebuck (G. E.) Argument against affiliation, L.A. (5) 71-79 

1907 Amalgamation of the L.A.A. and L.A., Lit Yr-Bk, 589-590 

A 204 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS' ASSOCIATION— BRANCHES, GENERAL 

1898 Proposed formation of branches, L.A. (1) 28, 101, no 

SPECIAL 
A 205 NEWCASTLE BRANCH OF L.A.A. 

1899 Meeting of Newcastle Branch, L.A. (2) 48 

A 206 MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT LIBRARY ASSISTANTS' ASSOCIATION 

1907 Proposed formation, L.W. (10) 185 

1908 Meetings, L.W. (11) 154 

A 207 NORTHEASTERN BRANCH 

1908 North Eastern Branch of L.A.A., L.A. (6) 124-125, 129-130, 165-167 
Report of Delegate, L.A. (6) 181-183 

Meetings, L.A. (6) 124-5, 181-2, 225, 275, 346, 401-404. 1909 : L.A. (7) 
35-37, L.W. (11) 154, 193, 321, 401, (12) 119, 191, L.A.R. (11) 202, 380, 555 

A 208 NORTHWESTERN BRANCH 

1899 North Western Branch- of L.A.A., L.A. (i) 162, 183, 196, 213, 225, 236. 
1900: L.A. (2) 37, 51, 174. ]qoi : L.A. (3) 9, 14, 16, 32-33. 1902: 
L.A. (3) 42-43, 67, 80, 94, 332, 158, 180, 205. 1903 : L.A. (3) 217, 
231, 238, 270-72, 275, (4) 2, 9. 1904 : L.A. (4) 42 

1904 Dissolution of the North Western Branch, L.A. (4) 66-67 

A 209 NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM BRANCH 

1905 Northumberland and Durham Branch of L.A.A., L.A. (5) 26, 108 



ENGLISH ASSOCIATIONS Si 

A 210 YORKSHIRE BRANCH 

1906 Yorkshire Branch of L.A.A., L..1. (5) 193. 1907: L.A. (5) 213, 219, 

243, 250, 277, 282, 315. 1908: L.A. (6) 18, 30, 60-61, 63, 65, 90-91, 

III, 130, 138-9, 148, 171, 301, 2^2. 1009: L.A. (7) 21, L.W. (11) 359 

A 211 SOUTH WALES BRANCH 

1908 Meetings of South Wales Branch oi L.A., L.A. (6) 92, 106-109, 123-124, 
138, 167-168, 209, 225, 22S, 238, 277, 301, 321, 385. 1909: L.A. (7) 37 

A 212 IRELAND 

1908 Irish Branch of the L.A. A. : Inaucural address by G. H. Elliot, President, 
L.A. (6) 18, 28-30 
Meetings, L.A. (6) 44-45, 62, 9i-()2, 105. 324, 148, 168, 256, 274, 384 

A 213 DENMARK— LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS OF DENMARK 

1906 Library Associations in Denmark, L.J. (31) 274-5 

A 214 FRANCE— LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS OF FRANCE 

1876 Cutter (C. A.) Franklin .Society of Paris, L.J. (i) 3-5 

— Library Associations in France, L.J. (i) 389-91 
1906 Proposed Association of French Libraries, L.J. (31) 173-74 

Library Associations in France, L.J. (31) 274-75 

Constitution and rules. Lit Yr-Bk (1907) 585-586 

A 214=1 GERMANY— SCHOOL OF LIBRARY SCIENCE AT BERLIN 

1902 Doctor Hottinger's Library School for women in Berlin, L.J. (27) 84-85 

A 215 SWEDEN— SUMMER SCHOOL AT STOCKHOLM 

1908 Strohm (A.) First European Summer .School in Library science, L.J. (33) 
504-505 

A 215 1 ITALY— LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF ITALY 

1888 Plummer (M. W.) National Congress for the promotion of popular 
Libraries in Italy, L.J. (33) 403 

A 216 AUSTRALASIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (Founded 1S96) 

1896 Library Association of Australasia, L.J. (26) 275-276 

1898 Meetings, L.W. (i) 16, 102-107. 1899: L.W. (2) 50. 1900: L.A.R. 

(2) 502-3, L.W. (3) 53, 163-166, 175-183. 1901 : L.A.R. (3) 282, L. of 

Austral Proc. 1902 : L.A.R. (4) 71, L.W. (4) 304 

A 217 CONFERENCES— GENERAL 

1891 Meyer (Oscar) German view of Library conventions and Library 
examinations, L.J. (16) 213-214 

1903 Lord (L E.) On the purpose of Library meetings, L.J. (20) 764-765 
1908 Lee (G. W.) Suggestions for the A. L.A. Convention, P.L. (13) 305-306 

CONFERENCES— SPECIAL 
A 218 AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCES 

1876 First : Philadelphia, L.J. (i) 92-145 

Barton (E.M.) First Conference of Librarians, L.J. (11) 217-219, 366 

1877 Second : New York City, L.J. (i) 393, 3C)6, 428-9, (2) 14, 16-40 

1878 Not held, L.J. (3) 222 ' 

1879 Third: Boston, L.J. (4) 13, 50, 84-5, 121, 153, 223-310 

1880 Not held, L.J. (5) 140, 169, 209, 249 

1881 Fourth : Washington, Baltimore, L.J. (5) 303-306, (6) 23, 63 

1882 Fifth : Cincinnati, L.J. (6) 24, 123-208 

1883 Sixth: Buffalo (N.Y.), L.J. (8) 71, 104, 163, 255-306 

Sutton (C. W.) American Librarians in Congress, L.C. (i) 39-42, 163-306 

1884 Not held. Toronto, L.J. (9) 5, 39, 47, 69, 84, 115, 116 

3885 Seventh : Lake George (N.Y.), L.J. (10) 71, 99, 123, 147, 172, 195, 295, 
369, (11) 36 
Nelson (G. A.) Poem on the Lake George Conference, L.J. (10) 380 



82 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1886 Eig-hth : Milwaukee, L.J. (10) ;,q3, (ii) 131, 144, 168, 179, 199, 340, 468, 

L.-V. (U.S.) (1) 15-19, 93-95 

1887 Ninth: Thousand Islands (N.Y.), L.J. (12) 216, 247, 248, 280, 306, 311, 

4^3. 457. 503. J-N- (US.) (2) 54-63. 123-146 
188S Tenth: Catskill Mountains (N.Y.), L.J. (12) 503, 515, (13) 69, 217, 256, 

275, 307-327 
18S9 Eleventh: St. Louis, L.J. (13) 68, 6q, 132, 183, 279, 346, (14) 3, 75, 91, 

108, 131, 147, 266, 297, 303, 458, 464. L.N. (U.S.) (3) 474-482 

1890 Twelfth: Fabyans (White Mountains), L.J. (14) 304, (15) 182, 195, 210, 

227, 238, 259, 272, Conf No 1-306 

1891 Thirteenth : San Francisco, L.J. (16) 15, 142, 179, 245, 263, 279, 295, 310, 

327> 334. Conf No 1-154, (17) 192-194 

1892 Fourteenth : Lakewood, Baltimore, Washington, L.J. (17) 3, 96, no, 127, 

184, 191, Conf No I 
Dewev (M.) Impressions of the Fourteenth Annual Conference, L.J. 

(17)' 56-57 

1893 Fifteenth: Chicago, L.J. (17) imi, (18) 41, Abstracts of papers, etc., 2oc)- 

264, Conf No 1-96 
Norrenberg (C.) Congress and the Conferences of Libraries in Chicago, 
U.S. Rept (1892-93) 575-583 

1894 Sixteenth: Lake Placid (N.Y.), L.J. (19) 171, 201, 234, 268, 287, 325, 34-:, 

Conf No 1-190 

1895 Seventeenth : Denver and Colorado Springs, L.J. (20) 89, 206, 233, 245, 

301, 311, Conf No 1-103 

1896 Eighteenth: Cleveland, L.J. (20) 388, (21) 3, 231, 263, 279, 315, 328, 355, 

371. 395. 410. 439. 455. 501, Conf No 1-171, P.L. (i) 175-179, 21S-222 

1897 Nineteenth : Philadelphia, L.J. (22) 3, 22, 145, 243, 257, 291, 305. ^^>), 

350, Conf No 1-194. P.L. (2) 136-7. 184-6, 353-5, 387-99 
189S Twentieth : Lakewood-on-Chautauqua, L.J. (23) 283-94, Conf No 1-197, 
P.L. (3) 218-19, 294-319 

1899 Twenty-first: Atlanta, Ga., L.J. (24) 207-215, Conf No 1-170, P.L. (4) 65, 

252-292 

1900 Twentv-second : Montreal, Canada. L.J. (25) 271, 285-294, Conf No 1-18S, 

F.L.' (5)267-305 

1901 Twenty-third: Waukesha, Wisconsin, L.J. (26) 315-16, 375-6, 399-402, 

Conf No 1-2 18, P.L. (6) 459-495 

1902 Twenty-fourth : Boston and Magnolia, Mass., L.J. (27) 243, Conf No 

1-268, P.L. (7) 287-344 

1903 Twenty-iifth : Niagara Falls, L.J. (28) 215-16, 275-6, Conf No 1-242, 

L. (N.S.) (4) 424-31, P.L. (8) 345-70 
Doubleday (W. E.) i\merican Librarv Association Conference at Niagara 
Falls, L. (N.S.) (4) 424-431 

1904 Twenty-sixth : St. Louis, L.J. (jg) 575-6, 598-602, Conf No 1-270, P.L. (q) 

44S-54 

1905 Twenty-seventh: Portland, Ore., L.J. (30) 391, 415-20, Conf No 1-252, 

P.L. (10) 406-17 

1906 Twenty-eighth : Narragansett Pier. R.L, L.J. (31) 301-2, 653-4, Conf No 

1-304, P.L. (11) 443-52 
1007 Twenty-ninth: AsheviUe, N.C., .4.L..4. Bull (i) Conf No, 17 Lib Bull (2) 
No 2, 1-4, L.J. (32) 26, 75, 120, 169, 214, 245-7, 266-282, P.L. (12) 

1908 Thirtieth: Lake Minnetonka, Minn., A.L.A. Bull (i) No i, 3, (2) 29-35, 

114-433. i-J- (33J I. 41. 121, 169, 255, 279-288 

1909 Thirty-first: Bretton Woods, N.H., A.L.A. Bull (3) No 3, L.J. (34) 63, 

172-174, 224-225, 273-277, 334-362, Library Work (3) 15, P.L. (14) 72, 
223-224, 265, 304-312, Wis Lib Bull (5) 24 

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

A 219 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESSES 

1876 Wallace (J. W.) Librarians in the United States, L.J. (i) 92-95 

1877 Winsor, Justin, Librarian of Harvard University, L.J. (2) 5-7, 99-119 

1878 No Conference 

1879 Winsor, Justin, Librarian of Harvard I niversity, L.J. (4) 223-225 

1880 No address 

1881 Winsor, Justin, Librarian of Harvard I'niversity, L.J. (6) 63-64 

1882 Winsor, Justin, Librarian of Harvard I'niversity, L.J. (7) 123-124 

1883 Winsor, Justin, Librarian of Harvard University, L.J. (8) 163-165 



CONFERENCES 83 



18S4 No address 

1885 Poole, W. F., Librarian, Chicag^o Public Library, Vice-President, L.J. 

(10) 295- 

1886 Poole, VV. F., Librarian, Chicago Public Library, L.J. (11) 199-204 , 

1887 Poole, VV. F., Librarian, Newberry Library, Chicago, L.J. (12) 311-320 
18S8 Cutter, C. A., Librarian, Boston Athenaeum, L.J. (13) 307- 

1889 Cutter, C. A., Librarian, Boston Athenaeum, L.J. (14) 147-154 

1890 Crunden, F. M., Librarian of the St. Louis Public Library, L.J. (15) 

Conf No 1-5 
iSgi Green, S. S., Librarian of the Free Public Library, Worcester, 
Massachusetts, L.J. (16) Conf No 1-9 

1892 Fletcher, W. L, Librarian of Amherst College, L.J. (17) Conf No 1-6 

1893 No address 

1894 Larned, J. N., Superintendent of the Buffalo Library, /,./. (19) Conf 

No 1-4 

1895 Utley, H. M., Librarian of the Dttroit Public Library. L.J. (20) Conf 

No 1-4 

1896 Dana, J. C, Librarian of the Denver Public Library, L.J. (21) Conf 

No 1-5 

1897 Brett, W. H., Librarian of the Cleveland Public Library, L.J. (22) Conf 

No 1-5 

1898 Putnam, H., Librarian of the Boston Public Library, L.J. (23) Conf No 1-7 

1899 Lane, W. C, Librarian of Harvard LInivcrsity, L.J. (24) Conf No 1-5 

1900 Thwaites, R. G., Secretary and Superintendent of the State Historical 

Society of Wisconsin, L.J. (25) Conf No 1-7 

1901 Carr, H. J., Librarian Scranton (Pa.) Public Library, L.J. (26) Conf 

1902 Billings, J. S., Director of the New York Public Library, L.J. (27) Conf 

No 1-9 

1903 Hosmer, J. K., Librarian, Minneapolis (Minn.) Public Library, L.J. (28) 

Conf No 1-8 

1904 Crunden, F. M., Librarian of the St. Louis Public Library, L.J. (29) 

Conf No 1-7 

1905 Richardson, E. C, Librarian of Princeton University, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 1-9 

1906 Hill, F. P., Chief Librarian of Brooklyn (N.Y.) Public Library, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 1-9 

1907 Andrews, C. W. , Librarian of John Crerar Library, Chicago, A.L.A. Bull 

(i) Conf No 7-12 

1908 Bostwick, E. A., Chief of Circulation Department, New York Public 

Library, A.L.A. Bull (2) 1 14-12 1 

1909 Gould (C. H.) Co-ordination, or mt-thods in co-operation, L.J. (34) 335- 

340. See also 334 

A 220 CONFERENCES OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE LIBRARIANS 

1898 First Annual Meeting, L.J. (23) 57. t.53, 668-669 

1899 Second, L.J. (24) 576, 623-625 

1900 Third, L.J. (25) 639, 727, 739-741 

1901 Fourth, L.J. (26) 119, 315, 397-398. 400, 885 

1902 Fifth, L.J. (27) Conf No 250-251 

1903 Sixth, L.J. (28) 71, 244-245, 608-614, 815 

1904 Seventh, L.J. (29) 601-602, Conf No 254-258 

1905 Eighth, L.J. (30) Conf No 225-252, 949 

1906 Ninth, L.J. (31) 275-276, Conf No 84 

1907 Tenth, L.J. (32) 214, 261-263, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 193-230 

1908 Eleventh, L.J. (33) 279, 317-319, 509, A.L.A. Bull (2) 260-304^ 

A 221 INTERSTATE LIBRARY CONFERENCES AND JOINT LIBRARY 
MEETINGS 

189S Interstate Library Conference, L.J. (23) 22, 63-64, 105-107 
1900 Joint Library Meeting, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, 
March, 1900, L.J. (25) 173-177 

1909 Interstate Library Meeting, Louisville. Ky., L.J. (34) 409, P.L. (14) 398- 

404, Lib Occ (2) 75-76 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



A 222 BISTATE LIBRARY MEETING 

1901 Bi-State Library Meeting at Atlantic City, N.J., L.J. (26) 207-208. 1902 : 
-L./. (27) 141-142. 1903 : L.J. (2S) 74, 177-178. 1904 : (29) 168, 



i»4-i»». 1905 
172-173. 1907 
81, 145. 1909 



^■J- (30) 88, 155, 200, 220-222. 1906: L.J. (31) 74, 
■L./. (32) 24. 75, 102, 165-167. iqoS: L.J. (33) 5b, 
L.J. (34) 168-171 



A 223 NEW YORK LIBRARY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE— LIBRARY WEEK 

1900 Library week at Lake Placid, .September, L.J. (25) 61S, 644-647. 
1901 : L.J. (26) 149, 694-695. 1902 : L.J. (27) 773, 883-894. 1903 : 
L.J. (2S) 719-726. 1904: L.J. (29) 192; 433-434. 516, 537-541. 1905 : 
L.J. (30) 807-811 

1906 Library week at Twilight Pari-:, September, L.J. (31) 319, 654, 675, 

722-728 

1907 Library week at Stamford, New York, September, L.J. (32) 449-454, 

AT.l'.L. (i) 45-47 

1908 Library week at Sagamore, Lake George, September, L.J. (33) 379, 396- 

402 

1909 Library week at Lake George, L.J. (34) 119, 178-182, 407-409. 426, 438- 

450, N.Y.L. (2) 37-38 

A 224 CONGRESS OF WOMEN LIBRARIANS 

1892 Report of Woman's Meeting, L.J. (17) Conf No 89-94 
1896 Congress of Women Librarians at Atlanta Meeting, L.J. (21) 15-16, Conf 
No 57-58. 1897 : L.J. (22) 304 

A 225 CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN LAW LIBRARIANS 

1906 First Annual Conference. L.J. (31) 324. 190; : Second, A.L.A. Bull (i) 

Conf No 246-260, L.J. (32) 28-30, 147, 234-276. 1908: Third, A.L.A. 
Bull (2) 318-322, L.J. (33) 214. 265 

CONFERENCES— CANADA 
A 226 ONTARIO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

1902 Ontario Library Association, March 3i-.\pril i, IQ02, L.J. (27) 271-273 

1907 Ontario Library Association, 7th .\nnual Meeting, L.J. (32) 212-213 

A 227 ABERDEEN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 

1900 Aberdeen Association, Conference, L.J. (25) Conf No 27-2S 

CONFERENCES— BRITISH ISLES 

A 228 LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM 

1878 First: Oxford, L.A. Trans (i) 121-142, L.J. (2) 63-65 

1879 Second: Manchester, L.A. Trans (2) 91-42 

1880 Third : Edinburgh, L.A. Trans (3) 123-142, L.A.M.N. (i) 73-80 

1881 Fourth : London, L.A. Trans (4) 69-80, L.A.M.N. (2) 74-81 

1882 Fifth : Cambridge, L.A. Trans (5) 203-225, L.A.M.N. (3) 145-152 

1883 Sixth: Liverpool, L.A. Trans (6) 151-178, L.A.M.N. (4) 117-124 

1884 Seventh: Dublin, L.A. Trans (7) 133-156, L.C. 

1885 Eighth : Plymouth, L.A. Trans (8), L.C. (2) 105-109 

1886 Ninth : London, L.C. (3) 149-152 

1887 Tenth : Birmingham, L.C. (4) 125-12S 

1888 Eleventh: Glasgow, L.C. (5) 85-110 

1889 Twelfth: London, L. (i) 377-399 

1890 Thirteenth : Reading, L. (2) 379-398 

189 1 Fourteenth : Nottingham, L. (3) 452-465 

1892 Fifteenth : Paris, L. (4) 333-343 

1893 Sixteenth : Aberdeen, L. (5) 344-356 

1894 Seventeenth : Belfast, L. (6) 285-7, 294-306 

1895 Eighteenth : Cardiff, L. (7) 331-337 

1896 Nineteenth : Buxton, L. (8) 417-427 

1897 Twentieth : London, L. (9) 212-229 

1898 Twenty-first : Southport, L. (10) 266-277 



CONFERENCES 85 



1S99 Twenty-second : Manchester, L.A.R. (1) 619-78 

1900 Twenty-third: Bristol, L.A.R. (2) 515-570, L.W. (3) 85-100 

1901 Twenty-fourth : Plymouth, L.A.R. (3) 450-506, L. {N.S.) (2) 413-19 

1902 Twenty-fifth : Birmingham, L.A.R. (4) 519-570 

1903 Twenty-sixth: Leeds, L.A.R. (5) 473-540, L. (N.S.) (4) 411-23, L.W. (7) 

85-112 

1904 Twenty-seventh : Newcastle, L.A.R. (6) 462-514, L. (N.S.) (5) 404-iS, 

L.W. (6) 85-101 
iqo^ Twenty-eighth : Cambridge, L.A.R. (7) 540-610, L. (N.S.) (6) 428-37, 
L.W. (8) 57-72 

1906 Twenty-ninth : Bradford, L.A.R. (8) 482-540, L. (N.S.) (7) 437-446 

1907 Thirtieth : Glasgow, L.A.R. (9) 628-707, L. (Af.5.) (8) 421-436, L.W'. (10) 

121-23, 168-171, L.A. (6) 8-11 

1908 Thirty-first: Brighton, L.A.R. (10) 369-370, 421-422, 554-630, L.W. (11) 

i2i'-i26, L. (N.S.) (9) 410-421, L.J. (33) 359-36r, P.L. (13) 316-31S 

1909 Thirty-second: Sheffield, L.A.R. (11) 384-385, 424-425, 508-552, L.J. (34) 

490-494, L. ir. (12) 171-177 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOiM 
A 229 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESSES 

1877 Jones, J. Winter, Principal Librarian of the British Museum, isf Lit 

Conf \-2 

1878 No address 

1579 Baker, Alderman T., Chairman of the Manchester Public Libraries, 

L.A. Trans (2) 17-20 

1580 Small, J., Librarian of Edinburgh University Library, L.A. Trans (3) 17-21 

1881 Russell, John A., Master of Gray's Inn Library, L.A. Trans (4) 11-12 

1882 Bradshaw, Henry, Librarian of Cambridge University, L.A. Trans (5) 

107-115 
i8S^ Picton, Sir James, F.S.A., Chairman of the Liverpool Public Libraries, 
L.A. Trans (6) 11-15 

1884 Ingram, J. K., LL.D., Librarian of Trinity College Library, Dublin, 

L.A. Trans (7) 13-24 
18S5 James, Edward, Mayor of Plymouth, L.A. Trans (8) 12-13 

1886 Bond, E. A., C.B., LL.D., Principal Librarian of the British Museum, 

L.C. (4) i-io 

1887 Johnson, Alderman G. J., Chairman of Birminghain Public Libraries, 

L.C. (4) i2q-i35 

1885 Dickson, Rev. Professor W. P., D.D., LL.D., Curator of Glasgow 

University Library, L.C. (5) 103-110 
1889 Christie, R. C, LL.D., Chancellor of the Diocese of Manchester, L. (i) 

353-366 
i8go Thompson, Sir E. Maunde, K.C.B., LL.D., Principal Librarian of the 

British Museum, L. (2) 365-378 , 

189 1 Harrison, Robert, Librarian of the London Library, L. (3) 353-364 

1892 Beljame, Alexandre, Professor of English Literature, Sorbonne, Pari^, 

L. (4) 

1893 Garnett, Richard, C.B., LL.D., Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum, 

L. (5) 241-259 

1894 Dufferin and Ava, Marquess of, K.P., G.C.B., L. (6) 295-20)8 
1S95 Windsor, Lord. L. (7) 293-299 

1896 Rawson, Henry, Chairman of the Manchester Public Libraries, L. (8) 

417-426 

1897 Tedder, Henry R., F.S.A., Librarian of the Athenaeum, L. (9) 213-220 

1898 Crawford, Earl of, L. (10) 267-269 

1899 Southern, Alderman J. W., Chairman of the Manchester Public Librarie.-,, 

L.A.R. (I) 607-618 

1900 Fry, Sir E.. D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., L.A.R. (2) 507-513 

1901 Fortescue, G. K., Keeper of Printed Books in the British Museum, L.A.R. 

(3) 435-449 

1902 Dixon, Professor W. Macneile, Litt.D., LL.B. of Birmingham University, 

L.A.R. (4) 479-491 

1903 Dixon, Professor W. Macneile, LIttD.. LL.B. of Birmingham University, 

L.A.R. (5) 431-443 



86 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1904 Hodgkin, Dr. Thomas, D.C.L., Litt.D., L.A.R. (6) 403-415 

1905 Jenkinson, Dr. Francis, M.A., Cambridge University Librarian, L.A.R. 

(7) 469-481 
iqo6 Bailey, Sir William H., Governor of John Rvlands Librnrv, Manchester, 

L.A.R. (8) 461-476 
1907 Barrett, F. T., Chief Librarian of Glasgow Libraries, L.A.R. fg) 541-548 
190S Stanford, C. T., M.A., F.S..\., L.A.R. (10) 432-438 
1909 Brittain, Alderman W. H., J. P.,. F.R.G.S., L.A.R. (11) 424-434, 508-509 

CONFERENCES 
A 230 FRANCE 

1900 A.L.A. Exhibit at Paris, L.]. (24) 626-7 
A.L.A. Exhibit, L.]. (25) iib-i8 

Harris (J. L.) A.L.A. Exhibit at Paris Exposition, L.]. (25) 282-3, 33i 
Fairchild (S. C.) American notes, L. (N.S.) (i) 350 

A 231 GERMANY 

1903 Annual Meeting of German Librarians, L.J. (28) 829 

1907 Weitenkampf (F.) Eighth Conference of German Librarians, L.J. (32) 

445-6 
190S Conference of German Librarians at Eisenach, L.J. (33) 275-276 

Weitenkampf (F.) Ninth Meeting of German Librarians, L.J. (33) 446-447 

A 232 ITALY 

1898 Conference of Italian Librarians, L.J. (23) 667 

1899 Third Annual Conference of Italian Librarians, L.J. (24) 675-6 

A 233 SOUTH AFRICA 

1904 South African Library Conference, L.J. (29) 368-9, L.W. (16) 338-40 

A 234 AUSTRALASIA 

1S98 Conference of the Australasian Library Association, L.J. (23) 667-8 

1900 Library Association of Australasia : .Abstract of papers, L. W. (3) 175-183 
1902 Library Association . of Australasia : Transactions and proceedings of the 

Third General Meeting, held at Melbourne, April, 1902, Svo. , i2Spp., 
Melbourne 

A 235 INTERNATIONAL 

1877 First Conference of Librarians, London : Transactions 

1892 International Conference, Paris, L. (4) 333-343 

1893 International Conference of Librarians, Chicago : Transactions, U.S. 

Rept. 1892-1893 (vol. i) 
World's Congress Auxiliary of the Columbian Exposition, L.J. (18) 41 
Dziatzko (K.) International mutual relations of Libraries, L.J. (18) 465-468 
1897 Second International Library Conference, London : Transactions 

American Library Association and the International Conference of 1897, 

L. (8) 577-621 _ 
Second International Conference, Transactions, L. (9) 285-296 
1900 International Congress of Librarians. Paris, August 20-23, L.J. (25) 580- 

582 
1904 Library Section, St. Louis International Congress of Arts and Science, 

i-J- (29) 530-532 
Library Conference at St. Louis, L. (N.S.) (6) 63-77, ^- ^- (7) 145-148 

1908 Report of Committee on International relations, P.L. (13) 256-257 

1909 Hopwood (H. V.) The Brussels Conference in 1910, L.A.R. (11) Q4-95, 

386-388 

A 236 LIBRARY PERIODICALS, AMERICAN— GENERAL 

1907 American Library periodicals, -4.L.^. Bull (i) No 5, 21-22, (2) 62 

A 237 SPECIAL— ORGANS OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION— 
" LIBRARY JOURNAL" 

1876 Library Journal. In progress. Volumes 1-34, 1876-1909, indexed 
1885 Cole (G. W.) Good words for the Library Journal, L.J. (10) 404 



PERIODICALS 



1894 Bowker (R. R.) American Library Association and thf Library Journal, 

L.J. (19) 191-192 
i8gC') — Library Journal and Library Organization : a twenty years' retrospect, 

J-J- (21) 5-9 
1898 Jones (G. M.) Library periodicals, L.J. (27), Conf No 137-13S 
190S Resig'nation of the Library Journal as the official organ of the A.L.A.. 

P.L. (13) 12 

A 237=1 "BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION" 

1907 Bulletin of the American Library Association. In progress. Vols, i and 

2 indexed; vol. 3 partly. 1907-1909 
Lane (W. C.) Object of the Bulletin of the A.L.A., A.L.A. Bull (i) No i, 

1-2 
190S Retrospect and prospect, A.L.A. Bull (2) No i, i 

A 238 INDEPENDENT ORGANS— PUBLIC LIBRARIES" 

iSqb Public Libraries. In progress. Vols. 1-T4, 1S96-1909, indexed 
" Library Notes 

Library Notes (United Slates), edited by Melvil Dewey. Vols. 1-5. 1SS6- 
1895, indexed 

A 239 ORGANS OF AMERICAN STATE AND LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS 

California — News Notes of California Libraries 

Indiana — Library Occurrent, Organ of the Indiana Library Commission 

Iowa — Iowa Library Commission Quarterly, Organ of the Iowa Library 

Commission 
Kansas — Kansas Public Library Quarterly 

Minnesota — Minnesota Public Library Commission Notes and News 
Nebraska — Nebraska Library Commission Bulletin 
New York — New York Libraries 
Vermont — Vermont Library Commission Bulletin 
Washington — Washington Library Association Bulletin 
Wisconsin — Wisconsin Library Association Bulletin 

A 240 ORGANS OF THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM 

1880-83 Library Association Monthly Notes. Four vols., indexed 
1884-88 Library Chronicle. Five vols., indexed 
18S9-98 Library. Ten vols., indexed 

1899- Library Association Record. In progress. Vols, i-ii, 1899-1908, indexed 
Library Association Record : Editorial, L.A.R. (i) 57-5S 

1907 Shaw (G. T.) How to improve the " Library Association Record " : a 

criticism and a few suggestions, L.A.R. (9) 120-27, Discussion 143-154. 
iQoS — N.W.B. : Free criticism and the L.A.R. (a letter), L.A.R. (10) 206-7 

■ — • The Library World and the L.A. Record, L. 11'. (10) 311-312 

Latest professional magazine, L.W. (10) 369-370 

Views current, L.W. (11) 22-23 
1891- Library Association Yr-Bk, 1891-1909. Twelve vols. 

A 240=1 INDEPENDENT ORGANS 

1889- Library (new series). In progress. \'ols. i-ii, 1889-1909, Indexed 
1898- Library World. In progress. Vols, i-ii, 1898-1909, indexed 

A 241 ORGAN OF THE LIBRARY ASSISTANTS' ASSOCIATION 

189S- Library Assistant. In progress. \'ols. 1-7, 1898-1909, indexed 

1908 Dyer (B. L.) Occasional notes. L.A. (6) 185 

A 242 OTHER ORGANS 

Irish Library Association 

1906-7 An Leabharlann, the Journal of Cumann na Leabharlann. Vols. 1-2, 
I 906- I 907 
German 
1SS4 A German Library Journal, L.J. (9) 12-13 

Italian . 

188S Kephart (H.) A New Library Journal : Revista delli Biblictiche, L.J. (13) 
205-206 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



A 243 LIBRARY EXHIBITS AND LECTURES ON PUBLIC LIBRARY WORK 

1876 Warren (C.) Centennial Library exhibit, L.J. (i) i8-ig 

1877 Nicholson (E. B.) Exhibition of Library designs, catalogues and appli- 

ances, ist hit Conf 241-249 
i8gi Schwartz (J.) Library exhibit of the. Columbian Exposition, L.J. (16) 238-9 
1893 Publishers' exhibits at the World's Columbian Exposition, L.J. (18) 262-263 
Sharp (C. H.) Some of the Libraries at the Exposition, L.J. (18) 284-288 
Ambrose (L.) German Library exhibit at the World's Fair, L.J. (18) 499- 
503 

1897 Exhibition of Library appliances, 2nd hit Conf 255-258 

1898 Wver (J. L) A.L.A. Exhibit at the Chautauqua Conference, L.J. (23) 

Conf No 184 

1899 A.L.x'\. Exhibit at Paris, L.J. (24) 626-7 

1900 Woodworth (F.) A.L.A. Exhibit at Paris Exposition, L.J. (25) 116-19, ^•^• 

(5) 96-100 

Harrison (J. L.) A.L.A. Exhibit at Paris Exposition, L.J. (25) 2S2-3, 331, 

P.L. (5) 326-7 
Plummer (M. W.) International Congress of Librarians, L.J. (25) 580-582 
Dewey (M.) Travelling A.L.A. Exhibit, P.L. (5) 324 
A.L.A. Library Exhibits : Bulletin No 55, Lib School No 8, N.Y.S.L. Rett 

(83) 

1901 Library Exhibits at the Paris-American Exposition, jY.F. S.L. Reft (84) 

14-15 

1904 Falkner (R. P.) Report on the exhibit of the Library of Congress at the 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri, iU Rept of Libn of 
Congress (1904) 227-287 

1905 Lantern slide exhibits. Wis Lib Bull (i) 6-7 

1906 Illustrative exhibit of Library methods by Calfornia Library Association, 

Cal News Notes (i) 459-460 
Dewey (M.) Library pictures : a plea for collections of lantern slides in 
Libraries, P.L. (11) 10- 11 

1907 Prentiss (M. E.) Illustrative exhibits of Library methods at Annual Meet- 

ing of the California Library Assocation, Cal News Notes (2) 84-86 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British Municipal Libraries, 

L. (N.S.) 9, 223 
— Bibhographical lantern slides. L.A.R. (10) 147-148, 215-217 
Jast (L. S.) Lantern lecture on Municipal Public Libraries and their work, 

L.A.R. (10) 585-586 

A 244 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1876 Some leading subjects connected with Library formation and management, 

^•J- (i) 399-401 
SpofTord (A. R.) Library bibliography, U.S. Rept 733-44 

1877 Nicholson (E. R.) Rough list of some leading subjects connected with 

Library formation and management, ist Int Conf 208-211 
— • Bibliography of Libraries and Librarianship, ist Int Conf 248-9 
1897 Teggart (F. J.) On the literature of Library history, L.J. (22) Conf No 
35738 

1900 A Librarian's Library, L.W. (2) 320-24 

Teggart (F. J.) Librariana : an outline of the literature of libraries, L.J. 
(25) 223-25, 577-79, 625-29 

1901 — Library literature in England and the United States during the 19th 

century, L.J. (26) 257-61 

1902 Librarv literature — Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk (1902) 

66-67 

1903 Hulme (E. W.) Librarians aids, L.A.R. (5) 127-132 

Series of Library histories : .Suggested compilation of a series of contribu- 
tions to American Library history, L.J. (28) 239-240 

1904 Kettle (B.) Best books of 1903 — Bibliography and Library Science, L.A.R. 

(6) 543-51 

Brown (J. D.) Bibliography of Library Science, L. W . (6) 236-45, 265-73 
Johnston (W. D.) Suggestions for a Year-Book of Library literature, L.J. 
^29) Conf No 126-27 
4905 Kettle (B.) Best books of 1904 — Bibliography and Library Science, L.A.R. 

(7) 637-39 

Josephson (A. G. S.) Some notes on the Bibliography of Library Economy, 
P.L. (10) 122-23 



LIBRARIANS' AIDS 



Lists of papers coninuinicated to the Annual and Monthly Meetings of the 
Library Association and printed in its official publications from 1877- 1907, 
L.A. Yr-Bk 1S95, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1909 
1906 Greenwood's Library for Librarians, L.J. (31) 272-273 
ic)C)7 Axon (W. E. A.) Thomas Greenwood's Library for Librarians at Man- 
chester, L.A.R. (9) 302-306 

A 245 LIBRARIANS' LIBRARY 

1885 Galbraith (L. W.) Institute funds and a professional Library, L.J. (10) 154. 
1898 Clarke (E. E.) Library of the Library School : an index of its work, L.J. 

(23) Conf No 125-127 
189c) List of Books for a Librarian's Technical Library, L.A.R. (i) 542 
1900 A Librarian's Library, L.W. (2) 320-24 

1903 Brown (J. D.) Librar}' of the Library Association, L.A.R. (5) 183-7, 238-9, 

313. 630-1 

1904 Aids and guides in Library work, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 77 

1905 Library for Librarian's use, Vt Lib C. Bull (i) 15-16, (2) 8 

1906 Library Association Library : Rules for the use of the collection, L.A.R. 

(8) 353-5 
Greenwood's Library for Librarians reprinted from (Manchester Quarterly 

Guide, vol. 9, No 3), L.J. (31) 272-3 
Greenwood's Library for Librarians, L.W. (8) 183-4 

1907 Hulme (E. W.) Library of the Library Association, L.A.R. (9) 296-301 
Axon (W. E. A.) Thomas Greenwood Library for Librarians at Man- 
chester, L.A.R. (9) 302-6 

1908 Librarian's book shelf, la Lib Q. (5) 207 

A 246 LIBRARIANS' AIDS 

iqo3 Principal text-books used in the New York State Library School ; Bulletin 

No 82, Library School No 15, 275-277, N.Y.S.L. Rept\S6) 
1904 Cataloguers reference books in the New York State Library : Bulletin 
No 84, Bibliography No 36, N.Y.S.L. Rept (87) 
Publications of the Iowa Library Commission, la Lib O. (4) 47-48 
ic)05 Library reading course, la Lib Q. (5) 71 
Minn P. L.C. Notes (3) 4-5, (5) 5-6 

Marvin (C.) Notes for Librarians, Wis Lib Bull (i) 10-13 
1906 Minn P. L.C. Notes (7) 11, (8) 5-6. 1907: (9) 9-10, vol. 2, No 4, S5-86; 

No 7, 136 
1908 Library helps issued by the Publishing Board of the A.L.A., N.Y.L. (i) 
147-14S 
List of books for Librarians, compiled by L. Smith, of Cincinnati Library, 
P.L. (13) 407 
1908 Publications of Interest to Librarians, Wis Lib Bull (4) 104-105 



F 



qo BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



CLASS B — Legislation 



B 1 LEGISLATION— GENERAL 

1893 Utley (H. M.) Government, constitution, bye-laws, and trustees, L.J. 
(18) 225-227 

1900 Eastman (W. R.) Essentials of a good library law, L.J. (25) Cont No 

1905 Comparative Library Law, L. II . (7) 201-7, -^i^S 

1906 Brown (J. D.) British, Colonial, and American Library legislation, L. IF. 

(8) 201-207 

1907 Fovargue (H. W.) Suggested library legislation for counties, L..i.R. 

(9) 15-18 

LEGISLATION— SPECIAL BY COUNTRIES 
B2 AMERICA, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Free Town Libraries, U.S. Govt Rept 445 

1877 — Public Library Government, L.J. (2) 20, 292 

— State legislation in the matter of libraries, L.J. (2) 7-12, 20-22 

1879 Homes (H. A.) Legislation for public libraries, L.J. (4) 262-267, 300-302 

1880 — Chronological list of State Library laws, L.J. (5) 76, 79-80, 109-111 

1885 Soule (C. C.) Report on Library legislation, L.J. (10) 276-278 

1886 Cutler (M. S.) Official names of Legislative bodies of States of the Laiion, 

L.J. (11) 141 

1887 — Library act of 1700, L.J. (12) 285 

Poole (W. F.) President's address, L.J. {12) 311-320 
18SS Dennis (H. J.) Statutory laws; ol^cial lists by States and Territories, 
L.J. (13) 36, 277 ■ _ 

Wallis (L H.) Statutory laws; official lists by States and Territories, 

J--]- (13) 277 

1889 Utley (H. M.) Report on Library legislation (U.S.), L.J. (14) 190-194 

1890 Solberg (L) Report on Legislation, January, 1889-June, 1890, L.J. (15) 

Conf No 50-58 

1891 Fletcher (W. L) Best Library legislation, L.J. (16) Conf No 31-34 
1895-6 Presnell (H.) Library Legislation in United States, U.S. Govt Rept 

5-'3-599 

1896 Dana (J. C.) Library law. A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 5 

1897 Patten (F. C.) Library legislation, P.L. (2) 3-6 

Marvin (C.) History of Library Commissions, L.J. (22) 26 
189S Harrison (J. L. R.) Report on legislation and state aid, L.J. (23) Conf 

No 23-24 
Hayes (R. P.) Library legislation and Library Commissions, L.J. (23) 

571-572 
1899 Eastman (VV. R.) What can the state do for the Public Library, L.J. (24) 

619-620 
Brigham (J.) .State Librarian's outlook, L.J. (24) Conf No Si-84 
Hoagland (M.) Essentials of a good Library law, L.J. (25) 49-51 
Discussion on State Library laws by New York Library Club, L.J. (25) 76 

1901 Recent Library legislation, L.J. {26) 59-60, 337-338 

1902 Yust (W. F.) Library legislation, L.J. (27) 22-24, P-L. (7) S5-57- iQ^i ' 

L.J. (28) 16-18, P.L. (8) 18-20. 1904 : L.J. (29) 69-72, >.L. (9) 80-S4 

1904 ReiK)rt on Public Libraries — Bulletin No 43, Public Libraries No 13, 

X.Y.S.L. Rept (87) 298-313, 362-367 

1905 Yust (W. F.) Library legislation of 1904, L.J. (30) 81, P.L. (10) 72-73, 83-87 
Librarv legislation — Report on Public Libraries : Bulletin No 45, Public 

Libraries No 15, 416-423, .Y.Y.S.L. Rept (88) 
Wynkoop (.\.) Libraries — Legislation Bulletin 29h, N.Y.S.L. Rept (88), 

vol. 2 
Smith (C. W.) Library conditions in the North-VVest, L.J. (30) 10-12 
Brigham (J.) Synopsis of laws authorising Library Commissions, P.L. (10) 

83-87 



LEGISLATION qi 



£go6 Wynkoop (A.) Library legislation in 1905^ — Legislation Bulletin No ^31, 
129-133, N.Y.S.L. Kept (89), vol. 2, L./. (31) 57-59 
Brown (J. D.) British, Colonial, and American Library legislation, L.W. 

(8) 201-207 
Whitten (R. H.) Legislative reference lists, 1906 — Bulletin in. Legislation 
30, 186-187, N.Y.S.L. Kept (89), vol. 2 
iqo; Wynkoop (A.) Library legislation in 1906, L.]. (32) 70-71 

1908 Library legislation of 1907, N.Y.L. (1) 85, L.J. (33) 180 

Report of Committee on systematic bibliography of state ofificial legislation, 
National Association of State Librarians, A.L.A. BiiU (2) 276, L.J. (33) 
509 

1909 Recent Library legislation, A.L.A. Bull (3) No 3, P.L. (14) 239 
Eastman (W. R.) Library legislation in 1908, L.J. (34) 106 
Model Library Commission law, L.J. (34) 360-361 

Library legislation in 1908. N.Y.L. (i) 216, P.L. (14) 239 

LEGISLATION— UNITED STATES, ARRANGED UNDER STATES 
B3 ALABAMA 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 28 

B4 CALIFORNIA 

1905 Ripley (L. W.) Library conditions in Northern and Central California, 

L.J. (30) 789-790 
1907 Library legislation passed during the last session, Cal News Notes (2) 176- 

177 
1909 Proposed Library legislation for the present legislature, Cal News Notes 

(4) i-ii 
Library laws of the State of California, Cal Nezvs Notes (4) 123-143 
Ferguson (M. J.) Recent California Library legislation and its significance, 

Cal News Notes (4) 253-259 
Haines (H. E.) Library legislation in California, L./. (34) 167-16S, 307 

B5 CAROLINA, NORTH 

1S9S Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23)' C6nf No 27 

B5 1 CAROLINA, SOUTH 

1887 Library Act of 1700, L.J. (12) 285-286 

B6 COLORADO 

1S9S Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 32 

B6I CONNECTICUT 

1883 Connecticut Library Law, L.J. (8) 26-27 

B6 2 DELAWARE 

1904 Ridgeley (H.) Explanation of the Library law, Del L.C. Hdbk (1904) 16-21 
Synopsis of the Law relating to the establishment of Free Public Libraries 

by the School Districts of Delaware, Del L.C. Hdbk (1904) 83-88 
Librarv laws of Delaware, Del L.C. Hdbk (1904) 89-100 

B7 GEORGIA 

189S Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 27 
1902 Yust (W. F.) Library legislation In Georgia, L.J. (27) 308 

RS ILLINOIS 

(897 Illinois Library legislation, L.J. (22) 27-28, 106, 214, 310. 1898: L.J. 
(23) Conf No 30. 1899 ; L.J. (24) 114, 124 

1907 Proposed Library legislation for Illinois, P.L. (12) 96-97 

1908 Willcox (E. S.) Proposed amendment of Illinois State Library law, P.L. 

(13) 306 
Ahern (M. E.} Library legislation for Illinois, P.L. (13) 353 

1909 New Library laws in Illinois, P.L. (14) 181, 262-263, 267, 301 



92 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

B9 INDIANA 

3S97 Library legislation in Indiana, L.J. (22) 106 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J, (23) Conf No 30 

1899 Proposed Library legislation for Indiana, L.J. (24) 24-25, 107-108, 159 
1901 Indiana Library legislation, L.J. (26) 227, 275. 1905 : L.J. (30) 170 
1909 New Library Bill, Lib Occ (2) 49-50 

Indiana Library Law, 5th Biennial Report of Indiana P.L.C. (1909) 88-93 

B 10 IOWA 

1892 Aldrich (C.) Iowa Library legislation, L.J. (17) 163-164 

1894 Wakefield (G. W.) Iowa Library legislation, L.J. (19) 331-333 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 32 
i8q() Iowa Library legislation, L.J. (25) 104 

1901 Act to create a Library Commission and promote establishment and 

efficiency of Free Public Libraries in the State of Iowa and to appropriate 
monej' therefor, la Lib Comni O (i) 7-8 

1902 Library legislation of the 29th General Assembly, la Lib Comm O (2) 37-38 
1905 Of importance to Library Trustees, la Lib Comm Q (5) 84-85 

1908 Vote of women on the Library question, la Lib Comm, Q (5) 224 

1909 Iowa Library legislation, la Lib O (6) 29-30, Lib Occ (2) 40-41 

Bll KANSAS 

i8g8 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 32 

1899 Library legislation for Kansas, L.J. (24) 77, 170 

B12 KENTUCKY 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 28 

B 13 MAINE 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation. L.J. (23) Conf No 23 

B 14 MARYLAND 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 26-27 

1902 Maryland Library legislation, L.J. (27) 156 

B 14 1 MASSACHUSETTS 

1879 Dewey (M.) Massachusetts State Library Bill, L.J. (4) 130 

B15 MINNESOTA 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 31 

1905 Minnesota Library legislation, Minn P.L. Comm Notes and News (2) 

4-5. (3) 3-4 
Proposed amendment of Minnesota Library laws to permit establishment 
of county-supported Libraries, Minn L Comm, Notes No 2, 4; No 3, 3-4 

B 16 MISSOURI 

1S99 Library legislation in Missouri, L.J. (24) 77-78 

B 17 MONTANA 

2898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation. L.J. (23) Conf No 32 

B18 NEBRASKA 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library Legislation in Nebraska, L.J. (23) Conf No 32 

1899 Library legislation in Nebraska, L.J. (24) 78, 126 

B 19 NEVADA 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation. L.J. (23) Conf No 32 

B20 NEW JERSEY 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Report on legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 25-26 

1900 Buchanan (H. C.) What New Jersey is doing for Libraries, L.J. (25) 171- 

B21 NEW YORK 

1886 New York Library Acts, L.J. (n) 188, (12) 227 

1888 Schwartz (J.) New York Library law, L.J. (13) 279 



LEGISLATION 93 



1892 New York State Librarj' law, L.J. (17) 165-168, 448-450 

1898 Library legislation in New York, L.J. (23) 278-279, Conf No 23-25 

1900 Draft of Library section of proposed New York Education law, L.J. (25) 

9-14 

1902 New York Library legislation, L.J. (27) 218-219 

New York Library legislation — additional laws, L.J. (27) 892 

B22 NEW YORK, SPECIAL— BROOKLYN 

1892 Brooklyn, New York Library law, L.J. (17) 197-199 

B23 NORTHWEST 

1905 Smith (C. W.) Library legislation in the North-West, L.J. (30) Conf No 

10-12, Wash L.A. Bull (i) 1-6 

B24 OHIO 

.1898 Ohio Library Association. Discussion on benefit of law permitting taxa- 
tion of county and extension privileges, P.L. (3) 424-425 
Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 29 

1901 Library legislation in Ohio, L.J. (26) 203-204. 1902 : L.J. (27) 158 

1903 Galbreath (C. B.) Ohio Library legislation in 1902, L.J. (28) 71-72 

1906 — Ohio Library legislation in 1906, Ohio Lib Bull (2) No 7, 1-7 

1907 Ohio County Library laws, Ohio Lib Bull (3) 1-33 

1908 Proposed Library legislation, L.J. (33) 507-508 

B25 OKLAHOMA 

1S98 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 28 

B26 OREGON 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 33 
1903 Library legislation in Oregon, L.J. (28) 136, 175 

1905 Brigham (J.) Text of the Oregon Library Commission Law, L.J. (30) 
Conf No 49-50 
Brewster (W. L.) Library conditions in Oregon, L.J. (30) 785-786 
1907 Isom (M. F.) Library conditions In Oregon, L.J. (32) 70-71 

B27 PENNSYLVANIA 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 26 

1901 Library legislation for Pennyslvania, L.J. (24) 79 

1909 New legislation In Pennsylvania, Pcnn Lib Notes (2) 1-3 

B271 RHODE ISLAND 

1882 Rhode Island Library legislation, L.J. (7) 228-229 

B28 TENNESSEE 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 28 

B28I VERMONT 

1909 Watson (C. D.) Law of Vermont relating to Free Public Libraries, Vt C 
Bull (5) No 3, 1-3 

B29 WASHINGTON 

1901 Library legislation in Washington, L.J. (26) 205 

1905 Smith (C. W.) Library conditions in Washington, L.J. (30) 787-788 
Holgate (J.) State administration, Wash L.A. Bull (1) No 2, 4-5 

B30 WISCONSIN 

1896 Library legislation, L.J. (21) 187-188 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 30 

1901 Library legislation in Wisconsin, L.J. (26) 203-204 

1905 Wisconsin Library legislation. Wis Lib Bull (i) 53-54, 72-74 

B3I WYOMING 

1898 Harrison (J. L. R.) Library legislation, L.J. (23) Conf No 32 

1902 Yust (W. F.) Abstract of Wvoming legislation for county Libraries, L.J. 

(27) 24, P.L. (7) 56 



94 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

B32 LEGISLATION— BRITISH ISLANDS— ENGLAND 

1879 Nicholson (E. B.) Consolidation and amendment of the Public Libraries 

Acts, L.A. Trans (2) 21-27, 93 
1881 Axon (W. E. A.) Legislation for Free Public Libraries, L.A. Trans (4) 

3^-33' 74 . . 

1889 Origin of Free Libraries and Museums Act, L. (2) 341-345 

1890 Whale (G.) Public Library legislation, L. (2) 454-457 

1S94 Fovargue (H. W.) Parish Councils and the Libraries Act, L. (6) 307-313 
Passing of the Ewart Bill of 1850, Greenwood's Public Libraries 55-68 
Public Libraries Act, 1855, Greenwood's Public Libraries 565-572 
Act to amend the Public Libraries (England) Acts, 1890, Greenwood's 
Public Libraries 572-577 

1895 Recent Acts of Parliament affecting Public Libraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 34-49 
Verney (Sir E.) Public Libraries Act of 1S92 in a small Library, L. (7) 

353-358 

1896 How to adopt the Acts in rural parishes, L. (8) 105-107 
Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library law, L. (8) 435-438 

1897 List of books, etc., on Library legislation, L. (9) 32-33 

Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library legislation, Greenwood's Library Yr-Bk 

28-35 

1899 London Government Bill and the Public Libraries, L.W. (i) 185-187 
Statutes affecting Public Libraries, L.Tl''. (2) 144-145 

Preamble of proposed Bill to amend the Public Libraries Acts, L.A. Yr-Bk 
57-60 

1900 Mason (T.) London Government Act, 1S99, as it affects London Libraries 

and Librarians, L. (N.S.) (i) 25-31 
Fovargue (H. W.) Notes on Library legislation, L. (N.S.) (i) 89-91 
Doubleday (W. E.) New Library Bill, L. I^. (3) 1-3 
iQOf Ballinger (J.) Variations of the Public Libraries Acts bv private legislation, 

L.A.R. (3) 198-204 
1903 Bye-Laws for the safety and use of the Pubic Library under the Public 

'Libraries Acts, L.A.R. (5) 28-30 
1004 Lucas (Councillor) On the delegation of powers to Library Committee, 
L.A.R. (6) 388-393 
Ogle (J. J.) Library legislation in the L nited Kingdom, L.J. (29) Conf No 

37-38 

1905 Comparative Library law, L.l^ . {7) 201-207, 232-235 

1906 Farr (H.) Libraries and the counties, L.A.R. (8) 169-177, Discussion 206- 

216 
Fovargue (H. W.) Resolution for promoting legislation to enable County 
Councils to put Libraries Acts into operation and to organize system for 
areas under their administration, L.A.R. (8) 208-209 

— Legislation for county areas, L.A.R. (8) 492-494 
Public Libraries Bill, L.A.R. (8) 587-592 

Brown (J. D.) British, Colonial, and American Library legislation, L.W. 
(8) 201-207 

1907 Young (J. D.) Present conditions of Library legislation, L.A. (5) 222-226 
Fovargue (H. W.) Suggested Library legislation for counties, L.A.R. (9) 

15-18 
Ballinger (J.) On the Public Libraries Bill, L.A.R. (9) 291-292 
1909 Report on the progress of the Public Libraries Bill, L.A.R. (11) 534-537 
Main points in British Library law, L.W. (11) 285-288 
Statutes relating to Public Libraries and Museums, and to Technical 

Instruction: a chronological list from 1708-1898, L.A. Yr-Bk 1899-1907 

8 33 LEGISLATION FOR RURAL DISTRICTS 

1894 Fovargue (H. W.) Parish Councils and the Libraries Act, L. (6) 307-13 

1895 Verney (Sir E.) Public Libraries Act of i8q2 in a small Library, L. (7) 

353-8 
Power to two or more authorities to combine, L..4. Yr-Bk 39-41 

1897 Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library legislation. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 34-35 

1898 How to adopt the Acts in rural parishes, L. (8) 105-7 

1906 Farr (H.) Libraries and the counties, L.A.R. (8) 169-77, Discussion 206-16 
Fovargue (H. W.) Resolution for promoting legislation to enable County 
Councils to put Libraries Acts into operation and to organize systems 
for areas under their administration, L.A.R. (8) 208-9 

— Legislation for County areas, L.A.R. (8) 492-4 
Public Libraries Bill, L.A.R. (8) 587-92 



LEGISLATION 95 

1907 Fovargue (H. W.) Suggested Library legislation for Counties, L.A.R. 

(9) 15-18 

B34 LEGISLATION— IRELAND 

iSqs Act to amend the Public Libraries (Ireland) Acts, L.A. Yr-Bk 36-S 

1897 Fovargue (H. VV.) Public Library legislation, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 32-34 

1902 Public Libraries (Ireland) Bill of 1902, L.A.R. (4) 340-1 

1906 Public Libraries (Ireland) Acts of 1855, 1894, and 1902, An Leah 

(i) 64-71, 161-179 

1909 Main points in British Library law, L.W. (11) 285-288 

B35 LEGISLATION— SCOTLAND 

1S95 Act to amend Public Libraries Consolidation (Scotland) Act, 1887, 

L.A. Yr-Bk 35-6 
1S97 Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library legislation, Greemvood's Yr-Bk 31-32 
1909 Main points in British library law. L.W. (11) 285-288 

B36 LEGISLATION— BRITISH COLONIES 

1894 Boose (J. R.) Constitution of Colonial Public Libraries, L. (6) 391 

B37 ADOPTION OF THE ACTS 

1894 How to bring about the adoption of the Acts, Greanvood's Public 
Libraries 76-90 

1896 How to adopt the Acts in rural districts, L. (8) 105-107 
Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library law, L. (8) 437-438 

1897 How to adopt the Acts, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 36-37 

1904 How to start a Free Library movement, Del L.C. Hdbk 6- 11 

B38 STATE AID— AMERICAN 

i8f)2 Spofford (A. R.) Aids to I^ibrary progress by Government of United 

States, U.S. Govt Rept 704-708 ' 
1890 Lee (G. M.) State aid to Libraries, L.J. (21) Conf No 68-71 
1897 Dewey (M.) Relation of the State to the Public Library, 2nd Int Conf 19-22 

Report of A. L.A. Committee on State aid, L.J. (22) Conf No 99 
1899 Stearns (L. E.) How to organize State Library Commissions and make 

state aid effective, L.J. (24) Conf No 16-18 

1904 Countryman (G.) State aid to Libraries, L.J. (29) Conf No 148-152 

1905 — Summar}- of work in various States, P.L. (10) 55-60 

igo6 Eastman (W. R.) Value and work of a State Library organizer, P.L. 

(10) 67-72 

Information in regard to the establishment of a Library with state aid, 
Vt Lib Comm Bull (i) 17 

1907 Wynkoop (A.) Where should state aid and a local responsibilitv begin In 

Library extension work? A.L..A. Bull (i) 238-243 
Henry (W. E.) State's relation to the public library. Wash L.A. Bull (3) 2-4 

1908 Dewey (M.) What the Canadian Government is doing for Canadian 

Libraries, L.J. (33) 17-18 
State aid to Libraries In the State of New York, N.Y.L. (i) 151-152 
Report of A. L.A. Committee on federal and state relations, A. L.A. Bull 

(2) i;6-i77 
Bostwick (A. E.) Work of some States for Library advancement, L.J. (33) 

213-218 

B39 STATE AID— BRITISH 

1905 Maw (T. E.) State aid to Public Libraries, L.A.R. (7) 99-104, Discussion 
91-93 
Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : i^heir building and equipment, a plea 
for State aid, L.A.R. (7) 161-177 

B40 TAXATION— AMERICAN 

1878 Taxation of Libraries, L.J. (3) 25 

1S87 Rice (W.) Relation of City Government to Public Libraries, L.J. (12) 

364-369 
1893 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department, U.S. Govt Rept 795-809 
190 1 Act to create a Library Commission and to promote establishment and 

efficiency of Free Public Libraries In the State of Iowa, and to 

appropriate money therefor, la Lib Q. (i) 8-9 



96 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1905 Of importance to Libran' Trustees, la Lib O. (5) 84-85 

Dyer (M. C.) Beginnings of Public Libraries supported by taxation, 

P.L. (10) 458-460 
Canfield (J. H.) Basis of taxation for Public Libraries, L.J. (31) Conf 

No 36-40 

1906 Miller (C. W.) Annual tax levy, Lib Occ Nos 1-4, 10 

1907 Why the Free Library should be supported by public tax, N.Y.L. (i) 84-85 

1908 Law regarding tax for Free Libraries in the State of New York, N.Y.L. 

(i) 119 
Referendum on the County Library, Ohio Lib Bull (4) No 2, 3-4 

1909 Logic of the Library tax, N.Y.L. (i) 186-187 

Cooper (A. C.) Library maintenance tax, P.L. (14) 381 
Legler (H. E.) Adequate appropriations for Libraries and how to secure 
them. Wis Lib Bull (5) 81-S2 

B41 RATING POWERS— BRITISH 

1889 Pacy (F.) Borrowing and rating powers under the Public Libraries Acts, 
L. (1) 132-136 

1897 Towns with special rating powers. L. (10) 330-331 

1899 Library rate: a symposium, L.W. (i) 71-74, 109-110, 131-136 

1900-01 Library rate. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 7-1 1 

190 1 Ballinger (J.) Variations of the Public Libraries Acts bv private legis- 
lation, L.A.R. (3) iq8-204 

B42 RATE LIMITATION 

1894 Rate limit, Greenwood's Public Libraries 366-36S 
1896 Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library law, L. (8)^^438 
1900-01 Library rate. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 7-1 1 

1901 Ballinger (J.) Variations of the Public Libraries Acts by private legis- 

lation, L.A.R. (3) 198-204 

1903 — Rate limit and the future of Public Libraries, L..4.R. (5) 16-27 
Rate limitation — discussion, L.A.R. (5) 509-513 

1904 Abbot (Councillor) On rate limitation, L.A.R. (6) 489-490 

1908 Willcock (W. J.) How the rate limit affects Public Libraries of the 
smaller towns, L.A.R. (10) 153-161, Discussion 194-195 
Views current, L.W. (10) 416-418 

B43 RATING AND TAXATION OF LIBRARIES 

1883 Formb}^ (T.) Proposed system of differential rating as applied to Free- 

Public Libraries, L.A. Trans (6) 79-Si 

1884 Waite (J. K.) Rating of Free Public Libraries, L.C. (i) 167-169 
1892 Free Libraries and Income Tax, L. (4) 240 

1896 Assessment of Public Libraries to Income Tax — Manchester appeal, L. 

(8) 401-409 
Fovargue (H. W.) Public Library law, L. (8) 435 

1897 Credland (W. R.) Rating and taxation of Public Libraries, Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk 45-51 

1902 Chorton (J.) Rating of Public Libraries — a letter, L.A.R. (4) 477-78 

1905 Liverpool Assessment Case — Judgment of Mr. Justice Kennedy, L.A.R. 

(7) 286-288 
Harris (W. J.) Some recent developments in rating of Libraries, L.A. 

(4) 304-305 

1907 Fovargue (H. \\.) Liability of Public Libraries to be assessed for rates 

and taxes, L..i.R. (9) 642-43 

B44 EXEMPTION FROM RATES AND TAXES 

1894 Exemption from Rates. Greenwood's Public Libraries 36S 

1902 Minto (J.) Exemption of Libraries from local rates, L. (N.S.) (3) 256-260 

1908 Fovargue (H. W.) Exemption of Public Libraries and Museums from. 

rates and taxes. L.A.R. (10) 103-110 

B45 PENALTY FOR INJURY TO LIBRARY PROPERTY 

1904 Penalty for injury to Library property, Del L.C. Hdbk 82 

B46 ACTION FOR LIBEL CONTAINED IN BOOKS 

1894 Libel suit of Martin versus British Museum, L.J. (19) 130 
1S96 Fovargue (H. W.) Public Librar\- law, L. (8) 438 



LIBRARY HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION 97 

CLASS C 
Library History and Description 



C 1 LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1897 Proctor (R.) (.'lassifiid index to the Serapeum, 101-147, Bib Scty's 
Publication 
Teggart (F. J.) On the literature of Library history, L.J. (22) Conf No 

35-38 _ 

190 1 List of Libraries of the United Kingdom and the British Colonies, L.A, 
Yr-Bk 60-67. 1902 : L.A. Yr-Bk 61-69. 1903 • ^•^- ^^-Bk 64-72. 
1904: L.A. Yr-Bk 69-78. 1905: L.A. Yr-Bk 71-80. 1907: L.A. 
Yr-Bk 96-105 
Why a town should establish a Free Public Library, Vt L.C. Bull (3) i 

1908 Principal Libraries throughout the World, Lit Yr-Bk 675-774 

1909 Prideaux (W'. R. B.) Library economy in the i6th century, L.A.R. (11) 

152-174 
Sec also Arguments in Favour of Public Libraries, C 499 ; Educational 
value of Libraries, C 502 

C2 ANCIENT LIBRARIES 

18S0 Wheatley (L. A.) Assyrian Libraries, L.A. U.K. Trans (3) S7-90 

1889 Blades (W.) Account of proposals made nearly two centuries ago to found 

Public Libraries, L. (10) 9-12 

1890 Richardson (E. C.) Antediluvian Libraries, L.J. (15) Conf No 40-44 
i8c)i Inkster (L.) Hov/ Libraries were described a hundred and fifty years 

ago, L. (3) 228-31 
1897 Tedder (H. R.) Evolution of the Public Library, 2nd Int Conf 13-18 
1899 Teggart (F. J.) Contribution towards a bibliography of ancient libraries, 

L.J. (24) 5-12, 57-59 

1903 Williams (T. W".) Mediaeval Libraries : with special reference to Bristol 

and its neighbourhood, L.A.R. (5) 353-61, 389-99 

1904 Ogle (H.) An old town library, L.A. (4) 141-45 
Morgan (A.) Monastic libraries, L.A.R. (6) 290-297 

1906 Links with the past: an ancient Public Library — Wimborne, B.A.R. (3) 

xx\-xxvi 
1909 Savage (E. A.) Care of books in early Irish monastic Libraries, L. (N.S.) 

(10) 362-370 
Morgan (A.) Monastic book-making, L.A.R. (11) 303-320 
Prideaux (W. R. B.) Library economy in the i6th century, L.A.R. (11) 

15--174 

UNITED STATES LIBRARIES 
C6 NATIONAL— LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
1876 Spofford (A. R.) Library of Congress, or National Librar} , L'..S. Govt 

Rept 253-261 
1879 Senate debate on the Congressional Library, L.J. (4) 54-55 
1881 Smithmeyer (J. L.) National Library building, L.J. (6) 77-81, 126-127, 

(7). 270-271, (9) 29, 31, 72 
1886 Curtis (G. T.) Letters on the Congressional building, L.J. (11) 17, 

50-58, III 
1888 National Library building, L.J. (13) 213 
i88c) Congressional Library : progress of the work and final cost, L.J. (14) 

411-412 
1894 Library of Congress from " The New York Sun," L.J. (19) 309-310 

1896 Bowker (R. R.) American National Library, L.J. (21) 357-358 

Green (B. R.) New building for the Library of Congress, L.J. (21) 
Conf No 13-20 

1897 Congressional, or a National Library, L.J. (22) 7-9 
Congress Library Committee and the A.L.A., L.J. (22) 14-16 
Report of the Libraiian of Congress (1897 t*^ date) 

D 



-98 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1900 Putnam (H.) On the Library of Congress, L.J. (25) 53-65 

— Relation of State Libraries to the Library of Congress, L.J. (25) 729-733 
Organization of the Library of Congress, L.J. (25) 233-234 

190 1 Views and plans of interior of the Library of Congress, Rept of Librarian 

of Congress 177-370 
Historical sketch, Rept of Librarian of Congress 183-197 
Constitution, Rept of Librarian of Congress 198-208 

Organization and administration, Rept of Librarian of Congress 209-367 
National Library : its work and functions, L.J. (26) 851-858 
:i902 True National Library, L.J. (27) 318-319 

1904 History of the Library of Congress, Vol. i, 1800-1864, by W. D. Johnston, 

of the Library of Congress (contributions to American Library History 
Vol. i), plates, Library of Congress 

1905 Richardson (E. C.) National Library problem to-day, L.J. (30) Conf No 3-9 
Putnam (H.) Library of Congress as a National Library, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 27-34 

1907 Librar)' of Congress and its work. Library of Congress 21pp. 

1908 Summary of the report of the Librarian of Congress, L.J. (33) 501-503 

C4 UNITED STATES— GOVERNMENT LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1876 Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries of the general government, 

U.S. Gcvt Rept 252 
1907 Swem (E. G.) Some government libraries, P.T.. (12) 146-47 

C5 GOVERNMENT LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 

1876 McFarland (H. H.) Libraries of the American Seamen's Friend .Society, 
U.S. Govt Rept 276-78 
Russell (J. B.) Department of Agriculture Library, U.S. Govt Rept 272-73 
Dwight (T. F.) Library of the Department of States, U.S. Govt Rept 

262-67 
Gallaudet (E. M.) National Deaf Mute College Library, L/.5. Govt Rept 

270-71 
Taylor (W. P.) Patent Office Library, ['.5. Govt Rept 271-72 
1887 Mann (B. P.) U.S. Department of Agriculture Library, L.J. (12) So 
1907 Carey (M. E.) Libraries in State Institutions, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 
101-108, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 67-70 
Heckman (F. B.) Libraries in the Ignited States army and nrivy, L.J. 
(32) 68-69 

UNITED STATES 
C6 STATE LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1876 Homes (H. A.) State and territorial Libraries, U.S. Govt Rept 292-293 
1883 Brown (G. A.) State Libraries, their management and support, L.J. (8) 

245-247, Discussion 295-296 
3S84 Tyler (M. C.) Historic rvokition of the I'-ree Public Libraries in America, 
L.J. (9) 40-47 
Coit (Prof.) Evolution of American Public Libraries, /../. (9) 171 
3887 Libraries of the United States, L.J. (12) 5-63 

Williams (M. S.) Librarv work of the Bureau of Education, L.J. (12) 

64-68 
Public Libraries in the United States, /../. (12) 153-154 
1889 Henry (W. E.) State Library in its mission of collection, distribution 

and exchange, L.J. (24) Conf No 85-91 
1900 Putnam (H.) Relation of State Libraries (o the Library of Congress, 

J-J- (25) 729-733 
3905 Gillis (J. L.) State Library administration, L.J. (30) Conf No 34-37 

Godard (G. S.) Development of the State Library, L.J. (30) Conf No 37-40 
Ideal State Library in an ideal location, L.J. (30) Conf No 248-251 
Developing of a State Library, L.J. (30) Conf No 148-153 
11906 Dewey (M.) Broadening of .State Libraries, P.L. (11) 22 

Fitzgerald (E. M.) General use of the State Librar}', Ind State Lib Bull 
No 9, 2 
1907 Watson (W. R.) Library interests of a State, .1.L..1. Bull (i) Conf No 
196-200 
'Brigham (H. O.) Statistics of State Libraries. .1.L..1. Bull (i) Conf No 
216-220 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES g^9' 

Godard (G..S.) How shall States delinquent in their exchanges be treated? 

A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 220-227 
Brown (D. C) Scope of book purchases in a State Library, A.L.A. Bull 

(i) Conf No 227-230 
Henry (VV. E.) State's relation to the Public Library, Wash L.A. Bull 

(3) '2-4 
1908 Fairchild (S. C.) American Libraries — a method of study and interpre- 
tation, L.]. (33) 43-47 
Rathbone (J. A.) Modern Library movement, P.L. (13) 197-201 
Library statistics of 190S : Bureau of Education Report, P.L. (13) 402 
National Association of State Libraries : Reports at Minnetonka, A.L.A. 

Bull (2) 260-270 
Tolman (F. L.) Reference problem of the State Library, A.L.A. Bull (2)' 

334-33S 
Gillis (J. L.) Relation of State Libraries to other educational institutions, 

A.L.A. Bull (2) 284-85 
Thwaites (R. G.) Relation between State and Municipal Libraries,. 

A.L.A. Bull (2) 285-290 
Brigham (H. O.) Statistics of State Libraries, A.L.A. Bull (2) 270-276 
Godard (G. S.) State and local historical societies — National Association' 

of State Libraries, A.L.A. Bull (2) 298-302 
Statistics of State Libraries — National Association of State Libraries, 

A.L.A. Bull (2) 270-276 

STATES LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C7 CALIFORNIA 

1908 Gillis (J. L.) A State Library system for California : a suggestion, L.J. 
(33) 304-316 

C8 IOWA 

1907 Carey (M. E.) Libraries in State Institutions, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 

101-108 

C9 INDIANA 

1893 Indiana State Library, L.J. (18) 188-89 

C 10 NEW YORK 

1897 New York State Library : Director's Report, published annually 

1908 New York State Education Building, Albany, N.Y. (Plan and illustration! 

faces p. 42), L.J. (33) 55-56 

UNITED STATES 
Cll PUBLIC LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1876 Scudder (H. E.) Public Libraries a hundred years ago, U.S. Govt Rept 

1-37 
Quincy (J. P.) Free Libraries, U.S. Govt Rept 389-402 
Fletcher (W. I.) Public Libraries in manufacturing- communities, U.S. 

Govt Rept 403-18 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Free Town Libraries, U.S. Govt Rept 

445-59, Library reports and statistics 745 
Public Libraries of ten principal cities, U.S. Govt Rept 837-1009 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. General statistics of all Public Libraries 

in the United States, ['.5. Govt Rept 1010-1174 
Jones (L. E.) Government Library report, L.J. (i) 7-10 

1883 Stephens (T. E.) Rise and growth of Public Libraries in America,. 

LA. U.K. Trans (6) 16-30 
Winsor (J.) Report on general library interests, L.J. (8) 163-165 

1884 Tyler (M. C.) Historic evolution of Free Public Librarv in America, and' 

its functions, L.J. (19) 40 

1887 Storrs (R. S.) Libraries. L.J. (12) 258 

1888 Higginson (I. W.) Free Public Library, L.J. (13) 8; 

1889 Dewey (M.) Library progress, L. (i) 367-82 

Public Libraries in the Ihiited .States (1,000 vols, and upwards), List of 
new and omitted libraries, supplementary to "^ The Librarv List" of 
18S7, L.J. (14) 24-29 



loo BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1890 Steiner (L. H.) Future of the Free Library, L.J. (15) Conf No 44-47 

Flint (W.) Libraries and the Federal Government : Report on the 
Library work of the U.S. Bureau of Education, L.J. (15) Conf No 64-66, 
Discussion 1 14-15 

1893 Cowell (P.) Report of the chief librarian of Liverpool on his visit of 

inspection to some of the principal libraries of the United States and 

Canada, L. (5) 277-82 
Brown (J. D.) Report of the Librarian of Clerkenwell on his visit to 

American libraries : and criticism thereon, L. (5) 282-90 
An English Librarian (Mr. Brown) on American Libraries, L.J. (19) 8S-90 

1894 VVinsor (J.) Development of the Library, L.J. (19) 370-375 
Greenwood's Public Libraries, 524-544 

1897 Teggart (F. J.) Handbook of American Libraries, L.J. (22) 741-43 
Principal Libraries of the United States, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 282-290 

1898 Harrison (J. L.) Public Library movement in the United States, L. (8) 

110-24, 141-49 

1899 Dana (J. C.) Work in certain typical Libraries, U.S. Govt Rept 717-718 
French view of American Libraries, L.J, (24) 106-7 

1900 Bowker (R. R.) Libraries and the century in America : retrospect and 

prospect, L.J. (26) 5-7 
Outline of modern library movement in America, with important foreign 
events, L.J. (26) 73-75 

1901 Libraries of the 20th century: a symposium, L.J. (26) 121-23 

Meyer (A. B.) German view of American libraries and museums, L.J. 

(26) 868-9 
Fletcher (W. L) Public Libraries in the 20th century, P.L. (6) 379-384 

1902 American Libraries from a Trustee's point of view, P.L. (7) 324-28 
Fairchild (S. C.) Chronological outline of modern library movement in 

America, with most important foreign events, N.Y.S.L. Rcpt (85), 
Bull (75) 111-16 
Keogh (A.) English and American libraries : a comparison, L. W. (5) 146-49 

1903 Public Society and School Libraries : Statistics for 1903, U.S. Govt Rept 

(i) 759-1017 
Campbell (J. M.) Small city library, L.J. (28) Conf No 50-52 
Churchill (W.) Mission of the Public Library, L.J. (28) 1 15-16 
Series of Library histories : suggested compilation of a series of contri- 
butions to .'\merican Library history, L.J. (28) 239-240 
J904 Biagi (G.) Library : its past and future, L.J. (29) Conf No 8-15 

Dewey (M.) Library conditions in America in 1904, P.L. (9) 363-65 

1905 Carnegie Libraries, Minn P.L.C. Notes and News (3) 2-3 

Jast (L. S.) Some impressions of American Libraries, L.A.R. (7) 51-67, 

L.J. (30) 147-149 
Statistics of Libraries in the United States, L.J. (30) 342-43 
Impressions of American libraries : Report of Mr. Anderson, of Sydney 

Library, N.S.W., L.J. (30) 934 
Munsterberg (H.) Public Library in American life, L.J. (30) 925-927 
Koch (T. W.) Carnegie Libraries, L.J. (30) Conf No 78-81 
Greene (C. S.) Libraries, L.J. (30) Conf No 138-139 
Dyer (M. C.) Beginnings of Public Libraries supported by taxation, 

P.L. (10) 458-460 
Stearns (L. E.) An Eastern Library tour. Wis Lib Bull (i) 24-25 

1906 Fletcher (W. L) Proprietary library in relation to the Public Library 

movement, L.J. (31) Conf No 268-272 
Mitchell (M. E.) Report on Public Libraries in 1876, P.L. (11) 246-247 
Recent Library progress in America, Lib Work (i) 4-5 

1907 James (H.) Public Libraries in the United States, L.J. (32) 313 
Wallace (A.) Library movement in the .South since 1899, L.J. (32) 253- 

258, A.L.A. Bull (i) 62-67 
Smith (C. W.) What the community owes to the Public Library, L.J. 

(32) 315 ... . 

Government statistics of libraries : suggestions for improvement, L.J. 
(32) 561-62 

For brief notes on libraries of the U.S., see United .Slates Govern- 
ment Reports of Commissioner of Education 
Library progress in America during 1906, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No i, 1-2 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES lol 



1908 Fairchild (S. C.) American Libraries : a method of study and interpre- 

tation, L.J. (33) 43-47 
Public Libraries in America as seen by Swedish eyes, L.J. (33) 53-55 
Yust (W. F.) Industrial possibilities of Southern Libraries, L.J. (33) 99 
Bostwick (A. E.) Work of some States for Librar}' advancement, L.J. 

(33) 213-218 
(iould (C. H.) Regional Libraries, L.J. (33) 218-219 
Library year of 1907, P.L. (13) 11-12 
Plummer (H.) Personal impressions of American Libraries, L.A.R. (10) 

586-589 
Statistics of Libraries in U.S. : a suggestion as to Report of Bureau of 

Education, P.L. (13) 14 
Rathbone (J. A.) Modern Library movement, P.L. (13) 197-201 

1909 Plummer (H.) Personal impressions of America, L.A.R. (11) 118-129 
Bostwick (A. E.) Economic features of Libraries, L.J. (34) 48-52 
European and American Libraries — a comparison, L. IF. (n) 245-250, 

371-374. 405-408 
European and American Libraries^a questioned criticism, L.J. (34) 

108-J lO 
Bay (J. C.) A British criticism, P.L. (14) 95-96 
Canfield (J. H.) Library's part in education, P.L. (14) 120 
Keogh (A.) English and American Libraries, P.L. (14) 131- 132 
Sayers (W. C. B.) American Libraries, L.A. (7) 51-54 
Library tomfoolery, L.W. (11) 101-103, L.J. (34) 107-108 
Richardson (E. C.) Book matters at home and abroad, L.J. (34) 200-205 

C 12 ALABAMA— GENERAL 

1899 Beer (W.) Libraries in the Gulf States. L.J. (24) Conf No 6-7 

(Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas) 
1907 Owen (T. M.) Library progress in Alabama, A. L.A. Bull (i) C'nnf No 75-76 
Library progress in Alabama, L.J. (32) 208-9 

C 13 ALABAMA— STATE 

1907 Owen (T. M.) Work and aspirations of the Alabama Stalc^ Department 

of archives and history, .4.L..4. BuU (i) Conf No 101 

C 14 CAL1FORNL4— (jENERAL 

1902 Kimball (W'. P.) Library situation in California, L,/. (27) 200-202 

1905 Lichenstein (J.) Library conditions in California, P.L. (10) 280-282 
Ripley (L. \V.) Library conditions in Northern and Centra! California, 

L.J. {30) 789-790 

1906 Libraries of California, Cal News and Notes (i) 1-20, 55-6<^, 102-127, 

142-164, 227-263, 305-331, 360-386, 427-456. 1907: Cal News and 
Notes (2) 18-46, 127-171, 223-264, 312-347 
Report on damage to California Libraries bv earthquakes and fire, L.J. 
(31) 273 

<: 15 CALIFORNIA— STATE 

1906 Cal News and Notes (i) 21, 86, 102, 168, 273, 337, 394, 462. 1907: 
Cal News and Notes (2) 51, 69-110, 186-198, 274-284, 357-366. 1908: 
Cal News and Notes (3) 91-99, 198-206, 292-300, 374-3S4 

1906 Cal Neivs a)id Notes (i) 24-49, ^^> 178-203, 402-418. 1907 : Cal News 

and Notes (2) 58-61, 199-219, 284-294, 366-372. 1908: Cal News and 
Notes (3) 100-J05, 207-223 

1908 Gillis (J. L.) State Library system for California : a suggestion, L.J. (33) 

304-316 

C 16 CALIFORNIA, OTHER— LAW 

1907 Cal Ne7vs and Notes (2) 4-17 

C 17 LOS ANGELES— PUBLIC 

1905 Library situation in Los Angeles, L.J. (30) S00-3 

1907 Los Angeles Public Library ports, plans ill., Cal News and Notes (2) 
1 13-122 

C 18 REDLANDS— PUBLIC 

1907 The A. K. .Smiley Public Library, ill., Cal News and Notes (2) 65-68 



BIBUOGRAPH Y OF ^ LIBRAE Y ECONOM Y 



C 19 SAN FRANCISCO— GENERAL 

1885 Perkins (F. B.) Public Libraries of San Francisco, L.J. (to) 223-229 

1906 Cal News and Notes, plans ill. (i) 421-427 

Destruction of San Francisco and other California Libraries, L.J. (31) 

213-15 
Effects of earthquake and fire on San Francisco Libraries, L.J. (31) Conf 
No 204-206 

C20 CAROLINA, NORTH— GENERAL 

1907 Ross (A. S.) Library progress in North Carolina since 1899, A.L.A. Bull 

(i) Conf No 71-2" 

C22 CAROLINA, SOUTH— GENERAL 

1907 Martin (M.) Libraries of South Carolina, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 72-3 
Winston (Z. T.) Library progress in South Carolina, A.L.A. Bull (i). 
Conf No 3-4 

C23 CAROLINA, UNIVERSITY— GENERAL 

1907 Wilson (L. R.) l^niversity Libraries of Virginia, Carolinas, and Georgia,. 
A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 266-70. 1909: L.J. (34) 550-551 

CAROLINA, SPECIAL— PUBLIC 
C24 GREENSBORO 

1906 Caldwell (B. D.) Greensboro' Public Library, Carnegie building, L.J.. 
(31)718-9 

CONNECTICUT 
C25 HARTLEPOOL 

1893 Wadsworth Athenaeum Library, L.J. (18) 12-13 

C26 NEW BRITAIN 

1901 Description of the Institute Library, L.J. (26) 257-261, P. L. (6) 303-308. 

C27 NEW HAVEN— PUBLIC 

1 89 1 Public Library and Historical Society, L.J. (16) 174 

New Haven — University 

1890 Yale's New Liniversity Library building, L.J. (15) 233 

C28 NEW LONDON 

1893 Public Library, L.J. (18) 153-154 

C29 NORWICH 

1893 Trumbull (J.) Otis Library, L.J. (18) 469-470 

C30 DELAWARE 

1904 Permanence of I>elaware Libt-aries, Del L.C. Hdbk 14-16 

C31 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— WASHINGTON 

1883 Billings (J. S.) Libraries in Washington, L.J. (8) 199-200 
1899 Washington Public Library building, L.J. (24) 659, 676-677 

C32 FLORIDA 

1905 Jacksonville Public Library, Florida, L.J. (30) 846, 861-862 

1907 Utley (G. B.) Library conditions in Florida, A.L.A. Bull ('i) Conf No 73-75; 

C33 GEORGIA 

1907 Wilson (L. R.) University Librari.'s of Virginia, Canolinas,, and Georgia,. 
A.L.A. Bull (1) Conf No 266-270 

ILLINOIS 
t34 STATE HISTORICAL LIBRARY 

1892. Illinois State Hislorical Library, L.J. (17) 244 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 103 



C35 CHICAGO— GENERAL 

i8()^ Wickersham (W. B.) Brief isketch of some of the libraries of Chicago, 
L.J. {20) 274-79 

€36 CHICAGO— PUBLIC 

i8c)7 Public Library, L.J. (22) 692-93 

1909 Public Library conditions : Report of Advisory Committee, L.J. (34) 448-(), 
482-87, P.L. (14) 190, 219, 325 i '..■,-. ■ 

<C 37 CHICAGO UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1892 Dixon (Z. A.) Library of the Chicago University, L.J. (17) 50-51 

1^95 — Departmental libraries of the University of Chicago, L.J. (20) 375-77 

^9<)b Sharp (K. L.) University of Illinois, Univ of Illinois studies (2) No i, 85-96 

C38 CHICAGO HISTORICAL LIBRARY 

1887 Boss (H. R.) Chicago Historical Library, L.J. (12) 72 

CSg EVANSTON (ILLINOIS) UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1894 Ambrose (L.) Orrington Lunt Library, North Wi'Stern I'niversity, L./i 
(19) 338-340 

C40 INDIANA— GENERAL 

1905 Ellis (H.) First Library in Indiana, P.L. (10) 509-512 
i()ob Lib Occ Nos 1-4, 11-12; No 5, 12-14; No 6, y-S. 1907: Lib Occ No 7, 
7-10; No 8, 12-18; No 9, 4-6; No 9, 10-12, ig-20. 1908: Lib Occ No 
II, 16-18; No 12, ig-20, (2) 19-23, 25-27, 82-84^ 103-105 
1909 Fifth Biennial Report of Indiana, P.L. Commission 

C41 INDIANAPOLIS 

1901 Public Library, P.L. (b) 435-38 

C42 VINCENNES 

1905 Ellis (H.) First libr;n-y in Indiana (Circulating" Library of Vincennes), 
P.L. (10) 509-512 

C43 IOWA— GENERAL 

1891 North (A.) Iowa Libraries, L.J. (16) 332-33 

1901 Johnson (W. H.) Librar}' statistics of Iowa, hi Lib Coniin O. (i) 27 
J902 Brigham (J.) Library extension In the State of Iowa, fa Lib Coiiiiu O. 

(2) 17-18 

.1902 la Lib Conim O. (2) 12-13, 38-39) 50-52, 70-72. 1903 : la Lib Comni O. 

(3) 15-16, 31-32, 46-48, 69-72. 1904: la Lib Comni Q. (4) 13-16, 30-32, 
43-47, 50-52, 58-62. 1905; la Lib Coiinn O. (5) 13-16, 26-31, 41-44, 
56-60, 76-79, 91-94. 1905 : la Lib Comm Q. (5) 107-109, 124-128. 
1905 : la Lib Conun O. (5) 136-140, 155-156, 180-183. 1905 : la Lib 
Comyn O. (5) 193, 198-200, 215-218, 2T)i-2[i,T,. 1909: la Lib Coinni O. 
(6) 34-4? 

tC44 IOWA— HISTORICAL 

1902 Dungan (\V. S.) County Historical Societies, la Lib Comni O. (2) 60-61 

C45 IOWA STATE LIBRARY 

1909 Brigham (J.) The State Library, lu Lib Com 111 O. (h) 34-35 

'C46 IOWA STATE— HISTORICAL 

i()04 Shambough (B. F.) Work of the State Historical Society of Iowa, la 
Lib Comm O. (4) 1-5 

IOWA— SPECIAL 
C47 BURLINGTON LIBRARY 

1 90 1 la Lib Comm O. (i,) 9-10 

C48 CEDAR RAPIDS 

1905 ^^'ood (H. A.) Cedar Rapids Public Library, L.J. (30) 914, 931-932 



I04 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C49 DAVENPORT 

1901 Richardson (Mrs.) Davenport Free Librar}', ili., la Lib Conim Q. (i) 43 

C50 ELDORA PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1903 Dedication of New Public Library building, Eldora, ill, la P.L. Comm 
O. (3) 40-41 

C51 MARSHALLTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1903 Dedication of Marshalltow n Library building-, ill., la Lib Comm Q. (3) 
3^-39 

C52 MUSCATINE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1902 P. M. Musser Public Library, Muscatine, lown, ill., la Lib Comm Q. (2) 

14-15 

C53 ONAWA .PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1903 Onawa, L'u, Public Library, la Lib Coiudi Q. (3) 67-68 « 

C54 OTTUMWA LIBRARY 

1902 Ottumvva I^ibrary dedication address, ill., la Lib Comm Q. (2) 62-66 

KANSAS— SPECIAL 
C55 STATE LIBRARIES 

190S Francis (Miss) Libraries in State institutions in Kansas, P.L. (13) 25-29 

C56 KENTUCKY— GENERAL 

1907 Yust (W. V.) Libraries and library movement in Kentucky, A.L.A. Bull 

(I) 82-3 

Louisville 

Yust (VV. F.) Louisville Library building, L.] . (34) 398-401 

C57 LOUISIANA— STATE 

1907 Beer (W.) Louisiana, A.L.A. Bull (1) 76-7 

LOUISIANA— SPECIAL 
CSS NEW ORLEANS 

1892 Otis (O.) Library future in New Orleans, L.J. (17) 242 

1897 Beer (W.) Fisk Free Library, L.J. (22) Conf No 32-34 

1899 Krause (L. B.) Fisk Free and Public Library, P.L. (4) 54-56 

MAINE— SPECIAL 
C59 POLAND SPRING 

1908 Jones (E. L.) An Idea! hotel library, P.L. (13) 9 

MARYLAND— SPECIAL 
C60 BALTIMORE 

1890 Uhler (P. R.) Sketch of the hi^^tory of Public Libraries in Baltimore, 
J- J- (15) 334-37 

MASSACHUSETTS 
€61 BOSTON— PUBLIC 

1890 Public Library building controvers-y, L.J. (15) 297-302 

1891 Abbott (S. A. B.) History of the Public Library building, L.J. (16) 173 

1892 Soule (C. C.) Public Library, L.J. (17) 8S-94 
Boston Public Library, L.J. (17) 425-26 

1894 Grey (L. F.) New Public Library of the City of Boston, L.J. (19) 365-68" 
1902 Whitney (J. L.) Incidents in the history of the Public Library, L.J. (27) 
Conf No 16-24 

C 62 BOSTON— SPECIAL 

1907 Boston Athenaeum centenary : the influence and history of the Boston 
Athenannn from 1807 to 1907, L.J. (32) 496-98 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 105 

C63 BROOKLINE 

igo8 New Library, L.J. (33) 442-444 

C64 CAMBRIDGE— HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY 

190S Farley (C.) New Library building at Radcliffe Library, L.J. (33) 440-441 

C65 LAWRENCE 

1S92 Public Library, L.J. (17) 199 

C66 LEOMINSTER 

18S5 Bates (A. J.) Development of the Leominster Library, LJ.. (10) 5 

C 67 LYNN 

iqoi Public Library, P.L. (6) 50-53 

C68 NORTHAMPTON 

1887 Adams (H. B.) Suggestions for the Forbes Library, L.J. (12) 512 

C69 SALEM— PUBLIC 

1890 Public Library, L.J. (15) 203-5 

C70 STOCKBRIDGE 

1905 Bowker (R. R.) Stockbridge, L.J. (30) 954 

C71 MICHIGAN— ANN ARBOR UNIVERSITY 

1906 Koch (T. W.) Student circulation in a University Library, L.J. (31) 758-761 
1908 A made-over Library — The Michigan University Library, P.L. (13) 8-9 

C72 GRAND RAPIDS 

1904 Ryerson Public Library buildings, L.J. (29) 574, 594-5 

€73 MINNESOTA LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1904 Minn P. L. C. Notes {i)y-8, {2) y-S. 1905: M/nn. P.L. C. Nofci No 3, 6-8. 
1906 : Minn P.L.C. Notes No 7, 13-16; No 8, 6-8; No 9, 37-38. 1907 : 
Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No i. 10-16; No 3, 11-15; No 4, 86-89. 190S : 
Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 6, T20-123; No 7, 139-142; No 6, in- 113 

MINNESOTA— SPECIAL 
C74 MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY LIBRARY 

1893 Collection of Newspapers and Society publications, L.J. (18) 80-81 

C75 MINNEAPOLIS 

1885 Shaw (A.) Minneapolis Public Library, L.J. (10) 84-87 

1891 Public Library, L.J. (16) 176-179 

C76 NEBRASKA— GENERAL 

1906 Nebraska Libraries No i, 9-12; No 2, 14-16. 1907: Nebraska Libraries 
No 4, 20; No 5, 3-7. 1908: Nebraska Libraries No 7, 3-8 

C77 NEBRASKA COLLEGE 

1904 Nichol (M. W.) The College Library in Nebraska, /../. (29) 294-97 

C78 NEW ENGLAND— GENERAL 

1883 New England Libraries, L.J. (8) 43-49 

1900 Jackson (G. A.) New England's present library problem, /../. (25) 574-7f> 

NEW JERSEY 
C79 JERSEY CITY 

1901 Free Public Library, P.L. (6) 170-175 

C80 NEWARK 

1889 Newark Public Library, L.J. (14) 437-440 

C81 PATERSON 

1891 Winchester (G. F ) Danforth Library building, L.J. (16) 306-9 



io6 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

C82 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1900 Richardson (E. C.) Princeton University Library and its reorganizatioii,. 

L.J. (25) 219-222 " ■ .j._^, 

C 83 TRENTON 

1902 Strolim (A. J.) Public Library, L.J. (27) 752, 771-772 

C84 NEW YORK (STATE OF)— GENERAL 

1907 What New York State does for Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 31, 64,. 96 

Libraries, in the State of New Yorlv, jrd Annual Report of New York 

State Education Dept 619-647 
Report of Commissioner of Education on Libraries in State of New 

Vorl< : a summary, N.Y.L. (i) iS-iq 

C85 UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE 

1877 Robinson (O. H.) College Libraries : Rochester LIniversity, L.J. (12) 57-6o. 

1893 Austin (W.) Reference, seminary and department libraries at Cornell 

University, L.J. (18) 181-183 

1901 New York University Library, P.L. (6) 239-247 

1907 Canfield {]. H.) Special students' reference room at Columbia University, 

I'.L. (12) 217-218 

C86 NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

1895 New York State Library : Director's Report, published annually (1895-1906)' 
1904 Dewe}' (M.) Scope and functions o'f the State Library, N.Y.S.L. Reft 

(87) 7-18 
New York State Education building, plans ill., N.\.L. (i) 48-49 

1908 New York State Education building, Albany, N.Y. (Plan and view faces- 

p. 42), L.J. (33) 55-56 
Tolman (F. L.) New York State Library in its relations to the Libraries 
of the State, N.Y.L. (i) 68-70 

C87 NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1904 Report on Public Libraries in the State of New York: Bull 43, Public 
Libraries i^, N.Y.S.L. Rept (87). 1905 : Bull 45, Public Libraries 
15, N.Y.S.L. Rept (88). 

1906 Report on Public Libraries, Travelling Libraries, Travelling Pictures, 

and Study Clubs : Bull 46, Public Libraries 16, N.Y.S.L. Rept (89) vol. i 

1907 Libraries in the State of New York, jrd Annual Report of the Nezv York 

State Education Dept 619-647 
News and notes of New York Libraries, AM'. L. (1) 21-28, 55-63, 89-122, 

128, 153-160 
Report of Commissioner of Education of Libraries in the State of New 

York: a summary, N.Y.L. (i) 18-19 
Report on Public Libraries, Travelling Libraries and Studv Clubs : Bull' 

47, Public Libraries 17, N.Y.S.L. Rept (99) 

C88 BROOKLYN 

1896 Pratt Institute Free Library, L.J. (21) 263, 270-74 

1897 Public Library movement in Brooklyn, L.J. (22) 1,8-20 ., , 

1902 Consolidation of the Brooklyn Libraries, L.J. (27) 81, 139 

1908 Solis-Cohen (M.) Librarv work in the Brooklyn Ghetto Library, L.J. (^3)' 

485-488 ■ ;. 

C89 BUFFALO 

1883 Cutter (C. A.) Buffalo Public Libr;vy in 1983, an excursion in the land 

of dreams, L.J. (8) 21 1-2 17 

1884 Buffalo Library, L.J. (9) 86-87 

C90 NEW YORK CITY— PUBLIC 

1880 Free Lending Library for New York with the Public Schools as branches,. 

L.J. (5) 308-313 
1886 Cohen (M.) Free Libraries in New \ork, L.J. (11) 480-482 

Proposed New York Free Public Library, L.J. (11) 44-49, 79-81 

1894 Bolton (H. C.) Statistics of Libraries in New York City and vicinity,. 

L.J. (19) 14.17 



■LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 107 



1894 New York Library, L.J. (19) 231-232 • ilM\/./-:jH:W. ^^i J 

1895 Proposed New York Public Library, L.J. (20) 125-26 

1896 Bowker (R. R.) Libraries and the librar\r problem in Greater New York, 

L.J. (21) 99-102 

1897 Mclntyre (R. B.) Cost of New York City Libraries, L.J. (32) 438-439 
New York Public Library, L.J. (22) 735-736, 744-745 

1899 Billings (J. S.) New York Public Library, L.A.R. (i) 210-215 

1908 Cost of Library buildings, P.L. (13) 405 

C91 ENDOWED 

1892 Bigelow (J.) The Tilden Trust: what shall it be? L.J. (17) 378-383 

1893 — New York City Hall and the Tilden Library, L.J. (18) 77-80 
1899 Eames (W.) I^enox I^ibrary and its founder, L.J. (24) 199-201 

'C92 MERCANTILE 

1885 Schwartz (J.) New York Apprentices' Library, L.J. (10) 178. 18.S6 : 
L.J. (11) 419 

1892 Mercantile Library Association, L.J. (17) 18-23 

C93 SCIENTIFIC 

1894 Bolton (H. C.) Plea for a Library of Science in New York Citv, Z../i 

(19) 12-17, 

'C94 UTICA 

1905 Public Library building, L.J. (30) 782, 803-804 

C95 NORTHWEST— GENERAL 

1895 Bowker (R. R.) Some Libraries of the North West, L.J. (20) 77-80 

1905 Smith (C. VV.) Library conditions in the North West, Wis L.A. Bull (i) 

1907 Bowerman (G. F.) Somer Libraries in the farthest North West, P.L. 
(12) 120-2 

C96 OHIO LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1906 Ohio Libraries, Ohio Lib Bull (2) No i, 1-15 * 

C96 1 STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1907 Jones (O.) Student service in Ohio State L^nivcrsity, P.L. (12) 227 

C962 TRAVELLING LIBRARIES 

1907 Galbreath (C. B.) Travelling Library Department, ill., Ohio Lib Bull 
(3) No 2, 1-14 

C97 CLEVELAND 

1902 Brett (W. H.) Cleveland Public Library, L.J. (27) 27-2S 

C98 OKLAHOMA— GENERAL 

1905 Oklahoma and territorial libraries, L.J. (30) 246-8 

1907 Phelps (E. A.) Library movement in Oklahoma, A. L.A. Bull (1) 78-79 

1909 Miles (A.) Library conditions in Oklahoma, L.J. (34) 434-437 

C99 OREGON— GENERAL 

1905 Brewster (W. L.) I^ibrary conditions in Oregon, L.J. (30) 785-86 

College and School Libraries 

1905 Robertson (J. R.) College and School libraries in Oregon, L.J. (30) 
149-150 

PENNSYLVANIA 
C 100 ALLEGHENY 

1893 Carnegie Free Library, L.J. (iS) 28S-90 

C 101 PHILADELPHIA— GENERAL 

1894 Library movement in Philadelphia, L.J. (19) 159 

Thomson (J.) Free Library movement in Philadelphia, L.J. (19V 166-67 
Free Library problem from Philadelphia, L.J. (19) 167-68 



io8 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C 102 MERCANTILE 

1894 Philadelphia Mercantile library, L.J. (19) 159 

1905 Macfarlane (J. F.) Philadelphia commercial nuiMuin, L.J. (30) 412-3 

C 103 PITTSBURG 

1895 Carnegie Library, L.J. (20) 382-85 

1S97 Laurenceville Branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburg, L.J. (22) 440-41 

1900 Extension of Pittsburg Carnegie Library, L.J. (25) 228 

C 104 SCRANTON 

1892 Albright Memorial Library, Scranton, Pa., L./. (17) 236-38 

C 105 RHODE ISLAND— GENERAL 

1906 Koopmaii (H. L.) Library progress in Rhode Island, L.J. (31) Conf No 

10-17 

RHODE ISLAND— SPECIAL 
C 106 PAWTUCKET 

1899 Pavvtucket Public Library, L.J. (24) 258 

C 107 PROVIDENCE 

1896 Foster (W. E.) New Providence Public Library building, L.J. (21) 3^:^-:^6, 

364-68 

1900 — Providence Public Library, L.J. (25) 228-32 

C 108 SOUTHERN STATES 

1903 Johnson (M. H.) Southern Libraries, L.J. (28) Conf No 69-71 

1907 Wallace (A.) Library movement in the South since 1899, A.L.A. Bull (i) 

Conf No 62-67, L.J. (32) 253-255 '■ • 

C 109 SOUTHWEST 

1907 Windsor (P. L.) College and University Libraries in the South West, 
A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 277-278 

Clio TENNESSEE 

1907 Johnson (M. H.) Library development in Tennessee, .i.L.A. Bull (i) 
Conf No 79-82 

cm TEXAS 

1907 Windsor (P. L.) Library situation in Texas, .4.L..4. Bull (i) 77-8 

C 112 VERMONT— STATE 

1905 State Library, Vt L.C. Bull (i) 5 

C 113 VERMONT— GENERAL 

1905 Vt L.C. Bull (i) 9, II, 27-28, (2) 5-6, No 2, 5-6; No 4, 3-8, (3) 6-S, 

(3) No 2, 5-6; No 3, 7-8; No 4. 6-7 

C115 VIRGINIA— GENERAL 

1904 Boggs (M.) Conditions of Libraries in Virginia, P.L. (9) 9-11 
1907 Kennedy (J. P.) Virginia Libraries, A.L.A. Bull (i) 68-71 

C116 VIRGINIA— UNIVERSITY 

1907 Wilson (L. R.) University Libraries of Virginia, the Carolinas and 
Georgia, .4.L..4. Bull (i)'Conf No 266-70 

C117 WASHINGTON— STATE 

1906 Holgate (J.) Washington State Library, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No z, 8 

C 118 WASHINGTON— GENERAL 

1905 Smith (C. W.) Library conditions in Washington, L.J. (30) 787-88 
Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 1-2. 12-13. 1906: Wash L.A. Bull (2) No i, 

14-15; No 2, 12-14; ^o 3, 12-13; No 4, 12-16 

1906 Hitt (J. M.) How to extend and develop new libraries in Washington, 

Wash L.A. Bull (2) 3-6 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 109 

WASHINGTON— SPECIAL 
C 120 BELLINGHAM— PUBLIC 

iqo5 Switzer (G. E.) Bellingham Public Library, Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 3, 7-8. 
1906 Public Library, L.J. (3^) 314-315 (view of exterior faces p. ^03) 
Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 4, 8, iU. 

C 121 EVERETT 

1905 Hathaway (G.) Everett Library, ill, Wash L.A. Bull (r) No 3, 8-9 

C 122 SEATTLE— PUBLIC 

i<)05 Banks (M.) Seattle Public Library, ill., Wa.sh L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 8-10 

C 123 SPOKANE— PUBLIC 

ic){)^ Deffenbaugh (E.) History and description of the Spokane Public Library,. 
Wash L.A. Bull (i) No i, 8-9 

C 124 TACOMA— PUBLIC 

1906 Eshelman (J. F.) Public Library of Tacoma, Wash., ill.. Wash L..4. Bull 

(2) No 3, 8-9 

C 125 WALLA WALLA— PUBLIC 

1906 Center (M.) Walla Walla Public Library, ill.. Wash L.A. Bull (2) No i, 8-9. 

C 126 WISCONSIN— GENERAL 

1896 Library movement In Wisconsin, L.J. (21) 183-85 

1905 Library progress in Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull (t) 1-2, 8-10, 23, 39-41, 58-61, 
79-84, 91-93, 95-102 

1905 List of Wisconsin Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (i) 182 

1906 Library progress in Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull (2) 12-14, 35"3<^> 48-52, 59-60, 

74-75, 76-84, 99-104. 1907 : Wis Lib Bull (3) 12, 49-50, 69-72, 87-88. 
1908: Wis Lib Bull (4) 19-20, 27-33, 43-44, 63-64, 84-87, 97-102, 109-112 
iqo8 Statistical survey of Wisconsin, Wts Lib Bull (4) 97-102 

WISCONSIN— SPECIAL 
C 127 HISTORICAL LIBRARY 

1908 Historical Society's Library, Wis Lib Bull (4) 91 

C 128 BEAVER DAM 

1S96 History of a model Library : Williams Free Library, L.J. (21) 182-83 

C 129 LA CROSSE 

1905 Smith (M. A.) Progress at La Crosse, Wis Lib Bull (r) 48 

C 130 MADISON— GENERAL 

190(1 Madison's New Library building, ill.. Wis Lib Bull (2) 4-5 

C 131 MADISON— PUBLIC 

ic)07 Bird (G. W.) Governor Doty's Public-Private Library, Wis Lib Bull (3) S'j 

C 132 MILWAUKEE 

i8c)6 West (T.) Milwaukee Library-Museum building, L.J. (21) 177-81 

C 133 WATERTOWN 

1907 Watertown Library dedication, plans, Wis Lib Bull (3) 62-63 

C 134 WYOMING— CHEYENNE 

1902 Carnegie Library of Cheyenne, L.J. (27) 306, 327 

C 135 UNITED STATES LIBRARIES, ARRANGED IN ALPHABETICAL 
ORDER 
ALABAMA— GENERAL LIBRARY 

1907 Owen (T. M.) Library progress in Alabama, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 75-6 
Library progress in Alabama, L.J. (32) 208-9 



klo BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

ALABAMA— STATE 

1907 Owen (T. M.) Work and aspirations of the Alabama State Dept of 

archives and histor}', A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No loi 

ALLEGHENY 

1893 Carnegie Free Librar}', L,J. (18) 288-90 

BALTIMORE 

^1890 Uhler (P. R.) Sketch of the history of Public Libraries in Baltimore, 
I- J- Us) 334-37 

BEAVER DAM 

1896 History of a model library : Williams Free Library, L.J, (21) 182-3 

BELLINGHAM 

1905 Switzer (G. E.) Bellingham Public Library, Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 3, 7-8 

Public Library, L.J. (33) 314-15 (view of exterior faces p. 303) 
■1906 Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 4, 8, ill. 

BOSTON 

1888 Dedication of the New Boston Public Library, L.J. (13) 368-371 
11890 Boston library building : abstract of the controversy, L.J. (15) 297-302 

1891 — Abbott (S. A. B.) History of the Boston Public Library, L.J. (16) 173 

1892 - — Soule (C. C.) Boston Public Library, L.J. (17) 88-94 
— Boston Public Library, L.J. (17) 425-26 

11894 — Gray (L. F.) New Public Library of City of Boston, L.J. (19) 365-6 
1902 — Whitney (J. L.) Incidents in the history of the Boston Public Library, 

L.J. (27) Conf No 16-24 
■ 1907 — Boston Athenaeum centenary : the influence and history from 1807- 
1907, L.J. (32) 496-98 

BROOKLINE 

1908 New Library, L.J. (33) 442-44 

BROOKLYN, N.Y. 

1896 Pratt Institute Free Library, L.J. (21) 263, 270-74 

1897 Public Library movement in Brooklyn, L.J. (22) 18-20 
1902 Consolidation of Brooklyn Libraries, L.J. (27) 81, 139 

1908 Solis-Cohen (M.) Library work in the Brooklyn Ghetto Library, L.J. (33) 
485-488 

BUFFALO 

•1883 Cutter (C. A.) Buffalo Public Library in 1983 : an excursion in the land 
of dreams, L.J. (8) 211-217 ''i;j/ <.;. , 

BURLINGTON 

'I901 la Lib Cotiitn O. (i) 9-10 • 

\' ' ' ' ' ' 

CALIFORNIA— GENERAL 

1902 Kimball (W. P.) Library situation in California, L.J. (27) 200-202 
.1905 Ripley (L. W.) Library conditions in Northern and Central California, 
L.J. (30) 789-790 
Lichtenstein (J.) Library conditions in California, P.L. (10) 280-282 
11906 Destruction of San Francisco and other Californian Libraries, L.J. (31) 
213-215 _ _ . 

Report on damage to California Libraries by earthquake and fire, L.J. 

(31) 273 
Effects of earthquake and fire on San Francisco Libraries, L.J. (31) Conf 
No 204-206 
'J906 Libraries of California, Col News and Notes (i) 1-20, 55-69, 102-127, 
142-164, 227-263, 305-331, 360-386, 427-456. 1907 : Cal News and 
Notes (2) 18-46, 127-171, 223-264, 312-347. 1908: ' Cal Neius and Notes 
(3) 30-79. 135-189, 229-276, 314-364. iqo9 : Cal News and Notes C4) 
19-78, 154-215, 331-388, 447-509 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 



CALIFORNIA— STATE LIBRARY : {>' 

1906 Cal News and Notes (1) 21, 86, 102, 168, 273, 337,. 394, 462. 1907: Cal 

News and Notes (2) 51, 69-110, 186-198, 274-84, 357-366. 1908: Cal 
News and Notes (3) 91-99, 198-206, 292-300, 374-3S4. 1909 : Cal News 
and Notes (4) 91-119, 278-320, 395-419, 520-562 
1908 Gillis (J. L.) State Library system for California : a suggestion, Cal 
News and Notes (3) 227-228, L.J. (33) 304-316. 1909: Col Neivs and 
Notes (4) 91, 278, 395, 520 

CALIFORNIA— LAW 

U)07 Cal Xeivs and Notes (2) 4-17, (3) 91, 198, 292, 375, (4) 91, 279, 395, 520' 

CAMBRIDGE— HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY 

ic)oS Farlev (C.) New Library building; at Kadcliffc Library, /../. (33) 440-441 

CAROLINA— SOUTH 

1907 Martin (M.) Libraries in South Carolina, A.L.A. Bull (1) Conf No 72-73. 

CAROLINA— NORTH 

1907 Winston (Z. T.) Library progress in North Carolina, .4.L..4. Bull (i) 
Conf No 3-4 
Ross (A. S.) Library progress in Norlh Carolina since 1899, A.L.A. Bull 
(i) Conf No 71-72 

CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

1907 Wilson (L. R.) L^niversity Libraries of Virginia, Carolinas and Georgia, 
.1.L..4'. Bull (i) Conf No 266-270 

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa 

1905 Cedar Rapids Free Public Library, L.J. (30) 914, 931-932 

CHEYENNE, Wyoming 

ic)02 Cheyenne Carnegie Library, 7^./. (27) 206-207 

CHICAGO 

1895 Wickersham (W. B.) Brief sketch of some of the Libraries of Chicago, 

.-L.y. (20) 274-79 
1S97 Chicago Public Library, L.J. (22) 692-93 

1909 Chicago Public Library conditions, L.J. (34) 448-449, 482-487, P.L. (14) 
190, 219-221, 325-326 

CHICAGO UNIVERSITY 

1892 Dixon (Z. A.) Libraries of the Chicag-o University, L.J. (17) 50-31 
1895 — Departmental Libraries of the LTniversity of Chicag;o, L.J. (20) 375-377 

CHICAGO— HISTORICAL 

1S87 Boss (H. R.) Chicago Historical Library, L.J. (12) 72 

CLEVELAND 

1902 Brett (W. H.) Cleveland Public Library, L.J. {2y} 2y-2S 

DAVENPORT 

1901 Richardson (Mrs.) Davenport Free Library, ill., la Lib Comm O. (i) 43. 

DELAWARE 

1904 Permanence of Delaware Libraries, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 14-16 

ELDORA 

1903 Dedication of New Public Library building-, Eldora, la, ill., la P.L. 

Comm Q. (3) 40-41 

ELWOOD, Indiana 

1909 Library troubles, P.L. (.14) 346-347 



112 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

EVANSTON 

1894 Ambrose (L.) Orrinjtrton Lunt Library, North Western University, L.J. 
(19) 338-40 

EVERETT 

1905 Hathaway (G.) Everett Library, ill., Wash L.A. Bull (1) No 3, 8-9 

FAR WEST 

1898 Dana (J. C.) Library movement in the Far West, L. (8) 446-50 (Montana, 

Idaho, Wj'oming, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, North Mexico, Texas) 

FLORIDA 

1907 Utley (G. B.) Library conditions in Florida, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 73-75 

GEORGIA 

1907 Wilson (L. K.) LIniversitv Libraries of Virginia, Carolinas and Georgia, 
A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 266-270 

GRAND RAPIDS 

1904 Ryerson Public Library building, L.J. (29) 574, 594-5 

GREENBORO, N.C. 

1906 Caldwell (R. D.) Carnegie Library building, Greenboro, L.J. (31) 718-19 

GULF STATES 

1899 Beer (W.) Libraries in the Gulf States, L.J. (24) Conf No 6-7 (Florida, 

Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas) 

HARTLEPOOL 

1893 Wadsworth Athenaeum Library, L.J. (18) 12-13 

ILLINOIS— STATE HISTORICAL 

1892 Illinois State Historical Library, L.J. (17) 244 

ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 

1906 Sharp (K. L.) University of Illinois, Uni7> studies v. 2, No i, 85-96 

INDIANA 

1905 Ellis (H.) First Library in Indiana, P.L. (10) 509-512 

1906 Lib Occ Nos 1-4, 11-12; No 5, 12-14, ^^ 6, 7-8. 1907 : Lib Occ No 7, 

7-10; No 8, 12-18; No 9, 4-6; No 9, 10-12, 19-20. 1908: Lib Occ 
No II, 16-18; No 12, ig-20, (2) 19-23 

INDIANAPOLIS 

1901 Indianapolis Public Library, P.L. (6) 435-38 

IOWA— STATE, HISTORICAL 

1904 Shambough (B. F.) Work of the State Historical Society of la, la Lib 
Comni O. (4) 1-5 

IOWA— PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1891 North (A.) Iowa Public Libraries, L.J. (16) 332-33 

1901 Johnston (W. H.) Library statistics of Iowa, la Lib Comin Q. (i) 27 

1902 Brigham (J.) Library extension in the State of Iowa, la Lib Comm O. 

(2) 17-18, (2) 12-13, 38-39, 50-52, 70-2. 1903 : la Lib Comm O. (3) 
15-16, 31-32, 46-48, 69-72, 1904 : la Lib Comm Q. (4) 13-16, 30-2, 
43-7, 50-2, 58-62. 1905 : la Lib Comm Q. (5) 13-16, 26-31, 41-4, 56-60, 
76-79, 91-94, 107-109, 124-28, 136-40, (5) 155-6, 180-3, 193. 198-200, 215-1S, 
231-33 

IOWA— HISTORICAL 

1902 Dungan (W. G.) County Historical Societies, la Lib Comm Q. (2) 60-61 

JACKSONVILLE, Florida 

^905 Jacksonville Public Library, L./, (30) 861-62 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 113 



JERSEY CITY, New Jersey 

1901 Jersey City Public Library, P.L. (6) i 70-75 

KANSAS 

1908 Francis (Miss) Libraries in State institutions in Kansas, L.J. (33) 512, 

I'.T. (13) 25-29 

KENTUCKY 

1907 Yust (W. V.) Library progress in Kentucky, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 82-83 

LA CROSSE 

1905 Smith (M. A.) Progress at La (>oss(>, Wis Lib Bull (i) 48 

LAWRENCE, Mass. 

1892 Lawrence, Mass : Public Library, L.J. (17) 199 

LEOMINSTER, Mass. 

1885 Bates (A. J.) Development of the Leominster Library, L.J. (10) 5-6 

LOS ANGELES 

1905 Library situation in Los Angeles, L.J. (30) S00-803 

1907 Los Angeles Public Library, ports, plans ill., Cal Neivs and Notes (2) 
113-122 

LOUISIANA 

1907 Beer (W.) Libraries of Louisiana, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 76-77 

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky 

1909 Yust (W. F.) Louisville Free Librar\- building, L.J. (34) 398-401 

LYNN, Mass. 

1901 Lynn, Mass., Public Library, P.L. (6) 50-53 

MADISON 

1906 Madison's New Library building, ///., Wis Lib Bull (2) 4-5 

MADISON— PUBLIC 

1907 (G. W.) Governor Doty's Public-Private Library, Wis Lib Bull (3) 67 

MARSHALLTOWN 

.190^ Dedication of Marshalltown Library building, ill., la Lib Coinm O. (3) 
38-9 

MICHIGAN 

1906 Koch (T. W.) Student circulation in a University Library, L.J. (31) 758-61 

1908 A made-over Library — The Michigan University Library, P.L. (13) 8-9 

MILWAUKEE 

1896 West (T.) Library-Museum building, L.J. (21) 177-81 

MINNESOTA 

1904 Minnesota Libraries, Minn P.L.C. Notes and Neivs (i) 7-8, (2) 7-8. 
1905 : Minn P.L.C. Notes and News (3) 6-8, (4) 6-8. 1906 : Minn 
P.L.C. Notes and News (7) 13-16, (8) 6-8. 1907: Minn P.L.C. Notes 
and News (9) 37-38, vol. 2, No i, 10-16; No 3, 11-15; ^^ 4, 86-89; No 6, 
120-121. 1908: Minn P.L.C. Notes and Nezvs (2) No 7, 139-142; 
No 6, I r i-i 13 

MINNESOTA— SPECIAL 

•1893 Minnesota Historical Societv Library, Collection of Newspapers and 
publications, L.J. (18) S0-81 

MINNEAPOLIS 

1885 Shaw (A.) Minneapolis Public Library, L.J. (10) 84-87 
1891 Minneapolis Public Library, L.J. (16) 176-79 



H4 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



MUSCATINE 

1902 P. M. Musser Public Library, Muscatine, Iowa, ill., la Lib Cotnin O. 
(2) 14-15 

NEWARK, New Jersey 

1889 Newark Public Library, L.]. (14) 437-40 

NEBRASKA— GENERAL 

1906 Nebraska Libraries No i, 9-12; No 2, 14-16. 1907: Nebraska Libraries 
No 4, 20; No 5, 3-7. 1908: Nebraska Libraries No 7, 3-8 

NEBRASKA COLLEGE 

1904 Nichol (M. \y.) The College Library in Nebraska, L.J. (29) 294-97 

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. 

1901 New Britain Library building, L.J. (26) 257-61, P.L. (6) 303-S 

NEW HAVEN 

1891 Public Library and Historical Society, L.J. (ib) 174 

1909 Proposed new building for New Haven Free Public Library, L.J. (34) 
113-114 

NEW HAVEN UNIVERSITY 

1890 Yale's New L'niversity Library building, L.J. (15) 233 

NEW ENGLAND 

1883 New England Libraries, L.J. (8) 48-49 

1900 Jackson (G. A.) New England's present library problem, L.J. (25) 574-7 

NEW LONDON, Conn. 

1893 New London Public Library, L.J. (18) 153-154 

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana 

1892 Otis (O.) Library future in New Orleans, L.J. (17) 242 
1897 Beer (W.) Fisk Free Library, L.J. (22) Conf No 32-34 

1899 Krause (L. B.) Fisk Free and Public Library, P.L. (4) 54-56 

NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY 

New York State Library. Director's Report published annually 

NEW YORK 

1880 Free Lending Library for New York, with the Public Schools as 
branches, L.J. (5) 308-13 

1886 Proposed Free Public Library for New York, L.J. (11) 44-49,. 79-81 
Cohen (M.) Free Libraries for New York, L.J. (11) 480-482 

1893 Bigelow (J.) New York City Hall and the Tilden Library, L.J. (18) 77-80 

1894 Bolton (H. C.) Statistics of Libraries in New York City, L.J. (19) 14-17 
New York Library, L.J. (19) 231-32 

1895 Proposed New York Public Library, L.J. (20) 125-26 

1896 Bowker (R. R.) Libraries and the library problem in " Greater New 

York," L.J. (21) 99-102 

1897 ^'^^^' York Public Library, L.J. (22) 735-6, 744-5 

r899 Eames (W.) Lenox Library and its founders, L.J. (24) 199-201 

Billings (J. S.) New York "Public Library, L.A.R. (i) 210-15 
•1907 Mclntyre (R. B.) Cost of the New York City Libraries, L.J. (32) 438-39 
• ' Libraries in the State of New York, U.S. Govt Rept 619-47 

Report on Public Libraries, Travelling- Libraries and Study Clubs : Bull 
No 47, Public Libraries No 17, N.Y.S.L. Rept (90) 
1908 Tolnian (F. L.) New York State in its relation to the Libraries of the 
State, N.Y.L. (i) 68-70 
New York Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 21-28, 55-63, 89-96, 122-128, 153-160, 
187-192, 218-224, 251-256, (2) 41-4S 

NORTHAMPTON 

1887 Adams (H. B.) Suggestions for the Forbes Library in Northampton, L.J. 

(12) 512 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 115 

NORTHWEST 

1895 Bowkor (R. R.) Some Libraries of the North West, L.J. (20) 77-So 
1905 Smith ((". W.) Library conditions in tlie North West, L.J. (30) Conf No 

9-14, Wash L.A. Bull (i) 1-6 (British Columbia, Idaho, Wyoming-, 

Montana, Washington) 
1907 Bovverman (G. F.) Some Libraries in tli(^ Farthest Nortli 'WVst, P.L. 

(12) 120-122 • 

NORWICH, Connecticut 

J893 Trumbull (J.) Otis Library, L.J. (iS) 469-70 

OHIO 

1907 Jones (O.) Student service in Ohio Slate University, P.L. (12) 227 

OKLAHOMA 

1905 Oklahoma and territorial Libraries, I^.J. (30) Conf No 246-24S 

J907 Phelps (E. A.) Library movement in Oklahoma, A. L.A. BiiU (i) 7S-79 

ONAWA 

1903 Onawa, Iowa, Public Library, la Lib Cotnni O. (3) 67-8 

OREGON 

1905 Brewster (W. L.) I^ibrary conditions in Oregon, L.J. (30) 7S5-6 

OREGON COLLEGE 

1905 Robertson (J. R.) College and School Libraries in Oregon, L.J. (30) 
149-150 

OTTUMWA 

1902 Ottumwa Library dedication address, ill., Ja Lib Comm 0. (2) 62-66 

PATERSON, New Jersey 

1891 Winchester (G. F.) Danforth Library building, L.J. (16) 306-9 . . 

PAWTUCKET 

1899 Pawtucket Public Library, L.J. (24) 258 

PHILADELPHIA 

1894 Library movement in Philadelphia,, L.J. (19) 159 

Thomson (J.) Free Library movement in Philadelphia, L-J.i^^) 163-67 
Free Library problem from Philadelphia, L.J. (19) 167-68 

1903 Macfarlane (J. F.) Philadelphia Commercial Museum Librarv, /,./. (30) 

785-786 • 

PITTSBURG 

1895 Carnegie Library, L.J. (20) 382-85 ...--..,. 

1897 Lawrenceville Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburg, L./. (22) 
440-41 

1900 Extension of the Pittsburg Carnegie Library, /../. (25) 22S 

POLAND SPRINGS, Maine 

1908 Jones (E. L.) An Ideal hotel library, P.L. (13) 9 

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 

1900 Richardson (E. C.) Princeton L'niversity Library and its.re-orgain/:ation, 
/,./. (25) 219-222 

PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island 

1896 New Public Library building, L.J. (21) 355-56, 364-68 

1900 Foster (W. E.) Descriptive account, with plans,- L.J. (25) 228-32 

1909 John Hay Memorial Library of Brown L'niversity, L.J. (34) 205-209 

QUEENSBOROUGH 

1909 Hume (J. F.) Queensborough Public Library : a sketch of its development, 
L.J. (34) 209-214 



ii6 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



REDLANDS 

iqoy The A. K. Sinilcv Public Library, ///., Cal Neu-s and Noies (2) 65-6.S 

RHODE ISLAND 

1906 Koopman (II. L.) Library projiifress in Rhode Island, /../. (31) Conf No 
10-17 

SALEM 

1890 Salem Public Library, L.J. (15) 203-5 

SAN FRANCISCO 

1885 Perkins (F. B.) Public Libraries of .San Francisco, L.J. (10) 223-229 

1906 Cal News and Notes, plans ill., (i) 421-427 

SEATTLE 

1905 Banks (M.) .Seattle Public Library, ///., Wash L.A. Bull (1) No 2, 8-10 

SCRANTON 

1892 Albright Memorial Library, .Scranton, Pa., L.J. (17) 236-238 

SOUTHERN STATES 

1903 Johnson (M. H.) Southern Libraries, L.J. (28) Conf No 69-71 

1907 Wallace (A.) Library movement in the South since 1899, .4. L.A. Bull (i) 

Conf No 62-67, L.J. (32) 253-58 

SOUTHWEST 

1907 Windsor (P. L.) College and University Libraries in the .South West, 
A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 277-278 

SPOKANE 

1905 Deffenbaugh (G.) History and description of the Spokane Public 
.Library, Wash L.A. Bull (i) No i, 8-9 

STOCKBRIDGE 

1905 Bowker (R. R.) Stockbridge, L.J. (30) 954 

TACOMA 

1906 Eshelman (J. F.) Public Librarv of Tacoma, W'ashington, ill., Wash 

L.A. Bull (2) No 3, 8-9 

TENNESSEE 

1907 John-son (M. H.) Library developments in Tennessee, A.L..A. Bull (i) Conf 

No 79-82 

TEXAS 

1907 Windsor (P. L.) Library situation in Te.xas, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 77-78- 

TRENTON, New Jersey 

1902 Strohm (A. J.) Free Public Library of Trenton, L.J. (27) 752, 771-72 

UTICA, New York 

1905 Utica Public Library, L.J. (30) 782, 803-4 

VERMONT 

1905 State Library, Vt L.C. Bull (i) 5 

VINCENNES 

1905 Ellis (H.) First Library in Indiana (Circulating Library of Vincennes),. 
P.L. (10) 509-512 

VIRGINIA 

1904 Boggs (M.) Condition of Libraries in Virginia, P.L. (9) 9-1 1 

1907 Kennedy (J. P.) Virginia Libraries, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 68-71 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 117 



VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

i()()7 Wilson (1.. R.) University Libraries of \ Irj^inia, ("arolinas, and Georgia, 
A. I.. A. Bull (i) Conf No 266-70 

WALLA WALLA 

i<)()6 Center (M.) Walla Walla Public Library, ill. .Wash L.A. Bull U) No i, 8-9 

WASHINGTON 

1SS3 Billings (J. S.) Libraries in Washington, L.J. (<S) iqi)-2oo 

i()()5 Smith (C. W.) Library conditions in Washington, L.J. (30) 787-88 

i<)<)5 Wasli L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 1-2, 12-13. 1906: Wash L.A. Bull No i, 

14-15; No 2, 12-14; ^c 3i 1--13; N^* ^4. 12-16 
!()()() Ilitt (J. M.) How to extend and develop new Libraries in Washington, 

Wash L.A. Bull (2) 3-6 

WASHINGTON— STATE 

1906 Holgate (J.) \\'ashington State Library, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 2, 8 

WASHINGTON— SPECIAL 

iSc)9 Washington Public Library, L.J. (24) 659, 676-77 

WATERTOWN 

1907 Watertown Library dedication, plans ]\'is Lib Bull (3) 62-63 

WESTFIELD, N.Y. 

190C) Patterson Memorial Library, Westfield, N.Y., P.L. (14) 60-62 

WISCONSIN 

1S96 Library movement in Wisconsin, L.J. (21) 183-85 

1905 Library progress in Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull (1) 1-2, 8-10, 23, 39-41, 58-61, 
79-84, 91-3, 95-102 

1905 List of Wisconsin Libraries, Wis L.A. Bull (1) 182 

1906 Library progress in Wisconsin, Wis L.A. Bull (2) 12-14, 35-8, 4S-52, 59-60, 

74-5, 76-84, 99-104. 1907 : Wis L.A. Bull (3) 12, 49-50, 69-72, 87-8. 
1908 : Wis L.A. Bull (4) 19-20, 27-33, 43-44> 63-64, 84-87, 97-102, 109-112. 
1909: Wis L.A. Bull (5) 34-36, 59-60, 69-70, S8-89, 104-5 

WISCONSIN TRAVELLING LIBRARIES 

1909 Travelling Libraries in Northern \A'isconsin, Wis Lib Bull (5) 103 

WISCONSIN HISTORICAL LIBRARY 

U)o8 Historical .Society's collection. Wis Lib Bull (4) 91 

C 136 COLLEGE LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1876 Scudder (H. E.) College Libraries a hundred years ago, U.S. Govt Rept 

1-37 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. College Libraries in l^S., L.S. Govt 

Rept 60-126 
Robinson (O. H.) College Library administration, U.S. Govt Rept 505-25 
New York State University — Co-operative College Cataloguing, Report 

of Committee appointed August, 1876, L.J. (i) 434-436 
1S77 Vinton (F.) Hints for improved library economy drawn from usages at 

Princeton, L.J. (2) 53-57 
Robinson (O. H.) College Libraries as semi-public Libraries : the 

Rochester University Library, L.J. (2) 57-60 
Robarts (C. H.) L'niversity Libraries as national institutions, L.J. (2) 129- 

140, Discussion 249-251 

1878 Winsor (J.) College Library and the classes, L.J. (3) 5-6 
Sawtelle (H. A.) College Librarianship, L.J. (3) 162 

1879 Winsor (J.) College and other higher Libraries, L.J. (4) 399-402 

1880 Cutter (C. A.) Government pamphlet on College Libraries, L.J. (5) 179-182 

1881 Robinson (O. H.) Relation of Libraries to College work, L.J. (6) 97-104 
1885 Davis (T. K.) College Library and the College, L.J. (10) 100-103 

Guild (R. A.) College Libraries, L.J. (10) 216-221, 327 

Fletcher (\X. L) Report on College Libraries, L.J. (10) 267-269 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1886 Woodruff (El H.) University Libraries and Seminary 'methods of instruc- 
tion, L.J. (11) 219-224, Discussion 371-372, 435-436 

1888 W. E. H. Sketch plans for a University Library, L.J. (13) lo-ii 

1889 Clarke (E. E.) Departmental arrangement of College Libraries,, L.J. (14) 

340-343 
Winsor (J.) Class-room Libraries in Colleges, L./. (14) 127-128 
Stanley (H. M.) University Library buildings, L.J. (14) 264-265 
A.L.A. College Section, L.J. (14) 294-295. 1890: L.J. (15) Conf No 

140-143. 1892 : L.J. (17) Conf No 86-87 

1893 Ambrose (L.) Study of College Libraries, L.J. (iS) 113-119 

Little (G. T.) School and College Libraries, L.J. (iS) 431-433, U.S. Govt 

Rept (1892-93) 916-933 
Poole (W. F.) University Library and University curriculuin, L.J. (18) 

470-71 
A.L.A. College Section, L.J. (18) Conf No 90-91 

1894 Rowell (J. C.) Statistics of College Libraries and their relation to the 

Public, L.J. (19) 50 
Lowrey (C. E.) University, Library; its larger recognition in higher 

education, L.J. (19) 264-267 
Koopman (H. L.) Functions of a University Library, L.J. (19) Conf No 

24-30, Discussion Conf No 151-152 
A.L.A. College Section, L.J. (19) 175-176 

1895 Bicknell (P. F.) College Library and the College paper, L.J. {20) 387 
U.S. Bureau of Education. Volumes in Libraries of L'niversities and 

Colleges from 1890-1895, U.S. Govt Rept. (1894-95) 198 

1896 U.S. Education Bureau. Statistics of Libraries and Library legislation 

in the United States, U.S. Govt Report (1895-96) 339-599 
A.L.A. College Section, L.J. (21) 154-155 

1897 Potter (A. C.) Selection of books for College Libraries, L.J. (22) Conf No 

39-44 
Harris (G. W.) Notes on the government and control of College Libraries, 

L.J. (22) Conf No_ 55-57 
A.L.A. College Section, L.J. (22) 159-172 
Bicknell (P. F.) University and College Libraries and their relation to 

the Library movement of to-day, P.L. (2) 301-304 
Whitaker (A. E.) College Library in education, P.L. (2) 347-349 

1898 A.L.A. College Section, L.J. {2^) 171-178 

Little (G. T.) Special training for College Librarians, L.J. (23) Conf No 79 
Baker (G. H.) Relation of seminary and department Libraries in the 

generai University Library, L.J. (23) Conf No 103-106 
Adler (C.) Relation of the publishing department of a University to its 

Library, L.J. (23) Conf No 106 
James (M. F.) What proportion of its funds is a College Librarv justified 

in devoting to current periodicals? L.J. (21,) Conf No 107-108 

1899 A.L.A. College Section, L./, (24) 154-157 

Richardson (E. C.) Co-operation in lending among College and Reference 

Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 32-36 
Jones (O.) Classification for College Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 36-41 
Cutter (C. A.) Suitability of the Expansive classification to College 

Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 41-49 . 
Williams (H.) College Libraries in the United States : contribution 

toward a bibliography, N.Y.S.L. Rept (83), Bibliog No 19, 609-655 

1900 A.L.A. College Section, L J. (25) 288-289, 293, Conf No 144-150 , 
Lord (L E.) College Library vcrsiis ITniversity Library, L.J. (25) Conf 

No 45-49 

1901 A.L.A. College and Reference Section, L.J. (26) Conf No 142-145, 207-208. 

1902 : L.J. (27) Conf No 172-186 
Hopkins (A. IL) Organization and administration of LJniversitv Libraries, 
P.L. (7) 297-299 

1903 Public, .Society and School Libraries Statistics, U.S. Govt Rept (i) 7.59-1017 
A.L.A. College Section, L.J. (28) Conf No 170-176 

1904 Baldwin (E. G.) Some old forgotten School Libraries, L.J. (29) 175-179 
Canfield (J. H.) Library of the American L^niversity, P.L. (9) 385-388 

1905 Mead (H. R.) Reference work in Public and in College Libraries, L.J. 

(30) 284 
1905 Rowell (j. C.) On the distribution of income in the College Library, 
L.J. (30) Conf No 84-86 



LIBRARIES OF LMTED STATES iiq 

A.L.A. Collei^o and Reference Section, L.J. (30) Conf No 174 
Colleg-e Library, Minn P.L.C. Noies (2) 4 
iyo6 Carlton (W. N. C.) College Libraries and Cc)lleiie Librarians : views and 

comments, L.J. (30.751-757 
Gerould (J. T.) Plan for the compilation of comparative University and 

College Library statistics, L.J. (31) 761-763 
Mudge (L G.) Stimulation of general reading in the College Librarv, 

L.J. (31) 764-76S 
A.L.A. College and Reference Section, L.J. (31) Conf No -^33-235. 1907 : 

A.L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 20; No 2, 60-61, Conf No 261-278, L.J. (32) 274-275 
1907 Report on College and University Library statistics, ^.L.^. Bull (i) Conf 

No 261-266 
. Statements from College Librarians, who, while not having Sunday 

opening, favour it, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 266-267 
Windsor (P. L.) College and Universitv Libraries in the South West, 

A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf 'No 277-278 
Wharcy (J. B.) Modern teaching and the Library, L.J. {}2) 153-154 
Carlton (W. N. C.) College Libraries in the Alid-Nineteenth Centur)% 

L.J. (32) 479-4S6 
Daniels (J. F.) Indeterminate functions of a College Library, L.J. (32) 

+87-492 
Briggs (\\ . B.) Reference work in Public and in College Libraries : a 

comparison and a contrast, L.J. {^2} 492-495 
Duty free importation of books by College and Incorporated Libraries, 

L-J- (32) 502-504 _","•_ 

Fletcher (W. L) Open shelves in a College Library, P.L. (12) 213 
I<:err (W. H.) Developing a College Library, P.L. (12) 214-217 
Canfield (J. H.) Special Students' reference room, P.L. (12) 217-21S 
Graham (R. O.) Library and the Small College, P.L. (12) 218-220 
Wilson (L. N.) Correlation of the Library and other departments of 

Colleges and Universities, P.L. (12) 220-221 
190S A.L.A. College and Reference Section, A.L.A. Bull (2) 32:5-355, L.J. (33) 

284-285 
Richardson (E. C.) Open shelves fot Universitv Libraries, A.L.A. Bull 

(2) 323-327. PI^- (13) 241-243 
Bishop (W'. W.) Amount of help to be given to readers, A.L.A. Bull (2) 

327-334 
Johnston (\\ . D.) Library of the Bureau of Education in its relation to 

other pedagogical collections, A.L.A. Bull (2)- 338-341 . 
Koch (T. W.) Apportionment of book-funds in College and LTniversity 

Libraries, A.L.A. Bull (2) 341-347 
Austin (W^) University Branch Libraries, L.J. (33) 220-222 
Babine (A. V.) Problems of a College Library, P.L. (13) 346-3^2 
1909 Butler (T. M.) The Honour system in College Libraries, L.J. (34) 162-164 
Hadley (A. T.) Library in the University, P.L. (14) 1I5-117 
Koth (T. W.) Proposed Jiieeting of College and Universitv Librarians of 

the Middle West, L./. (34) 354 

UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C 136 1 BROWN UNIVERSITY 

1878 Guild (R. A.) Brown University Library, L.J. (3) 117-118 

1909 John Hay Memorial Library of Bro\\n University', L.J. (34) 205-209 

C 136=2 CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

iqo7 \Mlson (L. R.) L'niversity Libraries of Carolina, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf 
No 266-270 

C 136=3 CrtlCAGO UNIVERSITY 

1892 Dixon (Z. A.) Library of the Chicago University, L.J. (17) 50-51 

1895 — Departmental Libraries of the l'niversity of Chicago, L.J. (20) 375-377 

C 136 4 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 

1884 Tedder (H. R.) Mr. Melvil Dewey's work at Columbia College, L.C. (i) 

186- 19 1 ' ■ 

1894 New Library of Columbia University, L.J. (19) 379-380 
1897 Nelson (C. A.) The New Columbia, L.J. (22) 747-749 

1907 Canfield (J. H ) Special students' reference room at Columbia, P.L. (12) 
2 J 7-2 18 



lao BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

C 136=5 CORNELL UNIVERSITY 

1S87 Burr (G. L.) Special collections at Ithaca, L.J. (12) 369-372 

1889 Harris (G. W.) New Library building- of the Cornell University, L.J. 

(14) 121-124 

1890 Caldwell (G. C.) and A. D. White. What a University Library ought 

to be, L.J. (15) 205-206 

1891 Harris (G. W.) Classification of the Cornell Universitv Library, L.J. (16) 

138-139 

1893 Austin (W.) Reference, seminary and department Libraries at Cornell 

University, L.J. (18) 181- 183 
1897 Harris (G. W.) Notes on the government and control of College Libraries, 
L.J. (22) Conf No 55-57 

C 136=6 GEORGIA UNIVERSITY 

1907 Wilson (L. R.) University Libraries of Georgia, A.L./l. Bull (i) Conf No 

266-270 

C 136=7 HARVARD UNIVERSITY 

1878 Winsor (J.) Charging system at Harvard, L.J. (3) 338-339 

1879 Sibley (J. L.) Address delivered before the A.L.A. at Boston, L.J. (4) 

305-308 
1881 Fiske (J.) Harvard College shelf-guide, L.J. (6) 54 

C 136=8 ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 

1897 Bicknell (P. F.) New Library building of the University of Illinois, L.J. 
(22) 303-304 

1906 Sharp (K. L.) University of Illinois, University of Illinois Studies (2) 

No 1, 85-96 

C 136=9 IOWA UNIVERSITY 

1885 North (A.) A Western University Library, L.J. (10) 124-125 

C 136=10 LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY 

1899 New Library buildings of Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, Cal, 
P.L. (4) 214-215 

C 136=11 MAINE STATE COLLEGE 

1894 Library course of Maine State College, L.J. (19) 268 

C 136=12 MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY 

1889 Sheffield (E. L.) University of Michigan Library, L.J. (14) 315 

igo6 Koch (T. W.) Student circulation in a University Library, L.J. (31) 758-61 

1908 A made-over Library — The Michigan L'niv-ersity Library, P.L. (13) 8-9 

C 136=13 MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY 

1889 Folwell (W. W.) Library of the L^niversity of Minnesota, L.J. (14) 412-413 

C 136=14 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY 

1901 New York University Library, P.L. (6) 239-247 

€136=15 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

1894 Ambrose (L.) Orrington Lunt Library. L.J. (19) 338-340 

Winsor (J.) Address at the opening of the Orrington Lunl Library 
building, /../. (19) 370-375 

C 136=16 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 

1907 Jones (O.) Student service in Ohio University, P.L. (12) 227 

C 136=17 PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY 

1888 Williams (T.) Plans for the Library building of l^iiversity of Pennsyl- 
vania, L.J. (13) 237-243 

1890 Library of the University of Pennsylvania, L.J. (15) 142-143 

1891 Williams (T.) Address at the opening of the Library, L.J. (16) 108-112 



LIBRARIES OF UNITED STATES 



C 136=18 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 

1877 Vinton (F.) Hints for improved Library cronomy drawn from usages at 
Princeton, L.J. (2) 53-57 

1883 Review of the Princeton University Subject Catalog-uc, L.J. (8) 169-170 

1898 New Princeton Library, P.L. (3) 270-271 

1900 Richardson (E. C.) Princeton University Library and its reorganization, 
L.J. (25) 219-222 

C 136 19 RADCLIFFE COLLEGE 

1896 Farley (C. A.) RadcHffe College Library and its classification, L.J. (21) 

498-499 
1908 — New Library building at Radcliffe College, L.J. (33) 440-441 

C 136 20 RICHMOND COLLEGE 

1884 R. C. H. Dedication of the new Library hall at Richmond College, L./, 

(9) 136 

C 136 21 ROCHESTER UNIVERSITY 

1877 Robinson (O. H.) College Libraries as semi-public libraries : the 
Rochester Lhiiversity Library, L.J. (2) 57-60 
Class-room bibliography, L.J. (2) 66-67 
1880 Robinson (O. H.) Notes from Rochester L'niversity, L.J. (5) 142-43, 180-83 

C 136 22 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

1890 Von Ranke Library, L.J. (15) 43-44 

C 136 23 YALE UNIVERSITY 

1885 Memorial Library, Yale College, L.J. (13) 249 

1890 Yale's new University Library building, L.J. (15) 233 

C 137 ECCLESIASTICAL LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1876 Theological Libraries in Llnited States, U.S. Govt Rept 127-37 

Sumner (J. S.) Theological Libraries in U.S., f/.5'. Govt Rept 137-60 

1879 Cathedral Libraries, L.J. (4) 130 

1882 Clizbe (J.) A Church Library, L.J. (7) 86 

1885 Richardson (E. C.) Report on Theological Libraries, L.J. (10) 269-276 

1888 Smith (S.) An English Library in i486, L.J. (13) 76-79 

C 138 HISTORICAL LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

187(1 Homes (H. A.) Historical Societies in the Llnited States, L''.5. Govt 

Rept 312-25 
I'letcher (\V. L) General considerations respecting historical research, 

U.S. Govt Rept 325-32 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Sketches of individual societies, U.S. 

Govt Rept 332-337 

C139 MILITARY LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1876 Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries for soldiers ;md sailors, 

U.S. Govt Rept 273-76 
1907 Heckman (F. B.) Libraries in the United States Army and Navv, Z,./. 

(32) 68-69 

C 140 NAVAL LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1876 Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries for soldiers and sailors, 
U.S. Govt Rept 273-76 
Nourse (J. H.) Naval Observatory Library. U.S. Govt Rept 267-68 
Karney (T.) Llnited States naval academy Library, U.S. Govt Rept 268-9 
1885 Johnson (A. B.) Lighthouse {libraries, L.J. (10) 31-33 

1907 Heckman (F. B.) I.ibrarics in the I'nited States Armv and Navy, L.J. 
(32) 68-69 

C 141 PRISON AND REFORMATORY LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES- 
GENERAL 

1876 Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries in Prisons and Reformatories, 
U.S. Govt Rept 218-229 

1899 White (H.) On the value of Prison Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 27-29 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBKAh'V KCOSOMV 



1907 Farr (M. P.) A Library in a Reform School, P.L. (12) 234-35 ' 

Carey (M. E.) Libraries in State Institutions, .I.L..!. Bidf{\)Coni No 

101-108, Mi}in P.L.C. Notes 2, 67-70 
— New piiase of library work, P.L. (12) 127-128 
Library and mental health — On the provision of Libraries in ])(nal 

institutions, N.Y.L. (i) 33 
Asbury (G. B.) Book selection at the Indiana Reformatory ' Libr.irv, 

Lib Oic No 9, 1-2 
1909 Hill (A. C) Use of books in Prisons, L.]. (34) 431-433 

C142 RAILROAD LIBRARIES 

1884 Freeman (J.) Canadian Pacific Railroad Co. Library and Reading Room, 

^•/- (q) 115. 120 

1897 Ranck (S. H.) Railroad or travelling Libraries, L.]. {22) 10-13 

C 143 LIBRARIES FOR THE BLIND, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1906 Allen (E. E.) Library work for the blind, J..]. (31) 8-1 1 
National Library for the blind, L.]. (31) 218 

C 144 COMMERCIAL AND FACTORY LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES- 
GENERAL 

1876 Perkins (F. B.) Young Men's Mercantile Libraries, U.S. Govt h'cf^t 378-85 

1S84 Shop Libraries and Reading Rooms, L.J. (9) 87 

1909 Smythe (A. H.) Libraries in bookstores, L.J. (34) 266-269 

C !45 YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LIBRARIES, UNITED 
STATES— GENERAL 

1876 Brainerd (C.) Libraries of Young Men's Christian Associations, I\S. 
Govt Kept 386-88 

1885 Poole (R. B.)^ Libraries of the Y.M.C.A., /../. (10) 221-223 

C 146 YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LIBRARIES, UNITED 
STATES— GENERAL 

1884 Cattell (S. W.) \A^ork in Young Women's Christian Association Libraries, 

L.J. (17) Conf No 91-92 
1894 - — • Work in Young AVomen's Christian Associalion Libraries, L.J. (\q) 
121-124 

C 147 WOMEN'S CLUB LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 

1885 Women's Club Libraries, L.J. (10) 2j, 

CHS TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES- 
GENERAL 
General Subjects 

1876 Gill (T.) Scientific Libraries in United States, ['.5. Govt RcJ>1 183-217 

SPECIAL SUBJECTS 
<: 149 AGRICULTURE 

1887 Mann (B. P.) U.S. Department of A'gricullure Libraiy, L.J. (u) .So 

€149=1 EDUCATION 

1908 Johnston (W. D.) Library of Bureau of Education in its relation to other 

pedagogical collections, .4.L..L Bull (2) 338-341 
Report of the Librarian of the Bureau of Elducation, L.J. (j,}) 503-504 

C 150 LAW 

1876 Griswold (S. B.) Law Libraries in the United States, U.S. Govt Kept 
161-170 

1907 Gilbert (F. B.) .\dministration and use of a I>aw Library, ,l.L..l. Hull (i) 

Conf No 92-96 

C 151 MEDICINE 

1876 Billings (J. S.) Medical Libraries in the United Stales, U.S. Govt Rcpl 
171-182 

1898 Gould (G. >L) Union of Medical and Public Libraries, L.J. (2^,) Conf No 

i57-'58 



iV.MW'.t LIBRARIES OF CANADA 



Black (C. E.) Story of one Medical Library, F.L. (13) 397-401 
Farlpw (J. W.) Medical Library and its contents, L.J. (34) 401-405 
Medical Libraries and periodical literature, Library Work (2) 180-181 

OTHER SPECIAL LIBRARIES, UNITED STATES— GENERAL 
HOUSEHOLD LIBRARIES 

Cutler (M. S.) Home Libraries, L.J. {21) 60-62)*.^ 11/ I 

White (H.) On the value of home libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 27-29, 

HOSPITAL LIBRARIES 

Loomis (M. L. \\.) Plan for a Hospital Library. /../. (24) no 

CANADA— GOVERNMENT LIBRARIES 

Library of Parliament, I'.L. (9) 235 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

Public Libraries in Canada, L.C. (4) 117 

Bain (J.), Junr. Public Libraries in the Dominion of Canada, L.J. (12)' 

217-220 
— ■ Brief review of the Libraries of Canada. L.J. (12) 406-409, 450 
Greenwood's Public Libraries 544-547 
Bain (J.) Libraries of Canada, L. (7) 241-49 

— Libraries of Canada, L.J. (25) Conf No 7-10 

Boos^ (J. R.) Libraries in Greater Britain, L. (A'.S.) (i) 181-183 
Fitzpatrick (A.) Libraries in Canadian lumber camps, L.J. (26) 141 
Langton (H. H.) Canada and Public Libraries, L.J. (28) Conf No 43-46- 
Burpee (L. J.) Canadian Library news, P.L. (8) 75-6, i25-i26, 175-76, 

287-S8, 333-34, 439-440- 1904:' -P-L. (9) 186 
Oldest Libraries in Canada, P.L. (9) 207-8 
Langton (H. H.) \Miat a permanent Library Commission can do to aid' 

Libraries, P.L. (9) 2x3-16 
Carnegie Libraries in Canada, P.L. (9) 235 

Burpee (L. J.) Canadian Libraries and Mr. Carnegie, P.L. (10) 87 
Gurd (N.) Present problems of Libraries in Canada, P.L. (12) 176-180- 
Libraries in British North America, Lit Yr-Bk 674. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 768 
Dewey (M.) What the Canadian Government is doing for Canadian 

Libraries, L.J. (33) 17-18 
Burpee (L. J.) Canadian Libraries of long ago, .4.L..4. Bull (2) 136-143, 

P.L. (13) 255-256 

CANADIAN LIBRARIES IN SPECIAL DISTRICTS 
MARITIME PROVINCES 

Boose (J. R.) Libraries in Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 182 

Geldert (J. M.) Public Libraries in the Maritime Provinces, P.L. (9) 205-7 

MONTREAL 

Gould (C. 11.) Description of important Libraries in Montreal, with 
i"emarks on departmental libraries, 2>id Int Conf 154-57 

— Library matters in Montreal, P.L. (9) 230-32 

NORTHWEST 

Scholefield (E. O. S.) Libraries in the British North West, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 14-16 
Bowerman (G. F.) Some Libraries in Farthest North West, P.L. (12), 

120-22 

ONTARIO 

Bain (J.), Juiir. Library movement in Ontario, L.J. (26) 269-73 

Fitzpatrick (A.) Camp Libraries in Ontario, P.L. (9) 201-3 

Leavitt (T. \\'. II.) Travelling Libraries in Ontario, L.J. {t,j,) 231-232 

QUEBEC 

Some Quebec Public Libraries, P.L. (9) 208-9 

ALASKA 

Beady (H. j.) Libnirics of Alaska, /../. (30) Conf No 141-143 



124 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

C 162 CENTRAL AMERICA 

1904 Kingsland (L. D.) Report on Libraries of (rualemala, L.J. (29) Conf No 

91-92 
1907 Schwill (R.) Impressions of the conditions of Spanish-American Libraries, 

L.J. (32) 72-74 

C 163 SOUTH AMERICA— GENERAL 

1907 Schwill (R.) Impressions of the conditions of Spanish-American Libraries, 
L.J. (32) 72-74 

C 164 CHILE— NATIONAL 

1904 Bennett (F. A.) Note on the National Library of Ciiile, /,./. (29) Conf 

No 92-93 
1909 Snushall (M.) National Library and Librar}- progress in C^hile, P.L. (14) 

174-176 

C 165 MEXICO— NATIONAL 

1885 Brown (A. N.) National Library of Mexico, L.J. (10) 24S-249 

C 166 WEST INDIES 

1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries in Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 185 

1907 Libraries in West Indies, Literary Yr-bk 676-7. 1908 : Literary Yr-Bk 771 

C 167 BAHAMAS 

1901 James (M. S. R.) Public Libraries of Nassau, N.P., and the Bahama 

Islands, L.A.R. (3) 368-70 

C 168 JAMAICA 

1897 Cundall (F.) Library work in Jamaica, :2nd hit Conf 173-78 

C 168=1 TRINIDAD 

1909 Hart (M.) A Tropical Library — Port of Spain, I'.L. (14) 379 

C 169 EUROPE— GENERAL 

1877 Mitchell (E. C.) European Libraries, L.J. (2) 12-13 
1892 Dewey (M.) Notes on some Continental Libraries, L.J. (17) 121-22 
1907 Monroe (W. S.) Impressions of some European Libraries, L.J. (32) 161-62 
Wood (H. A.) Impressions of Foreign Libraries, la Lib ij. (5) 145-149 

C170 LIBRARIES OF THE UNITED KINGDOM 

1897 List of British rate-supported Libraries established under the various Public 
Libraries Acts, giving particulars of establishment, organization, staff, 
methods and Librarians, Greemvood's Yr-Bk i\'j-22'j. 1900-01 : Green- 
wood's Yr-Bk 65-253 
List of British endowed, collegiate, propri(.'tary and other, showing date 
of establishment, number of volumes and particulars of administration, 
Greenivood's Yr-Bk 228-231. 1900-01 : Greenwood's Yr-Bk 273-320 

1906 Library progress, Lit Yr-Bk 551-562. 1907 : Lit Yr-Bk 581-593 

1907 List of principal Libraries in the I'nited Kingdom, Lit ]'r-Bk 597-673 

1908 Library progress, Lit Yr-Bk 640-658 

List of principal Libraries in the United Kingdom, Lit Yr-Bk 675-767 

C 171 PUBLIC LIBRARIES, ENGLAND— GENERAL 

1877 Wright (\V. H. K.) Best means of promoting the l-'ree Library movement 

in small towns and villages, ist Int Conj 22-2S 

1878 .Shore (T. W.) Old Parochial Libraries in England and \^■ales, L.A.V.K. 

Trans (i) 51-53, 145-153 

1879 Sutton (C. VV.) and (i. L. Campbell. Statistical report on tree Librari(>s, 

L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 138, L.J. (^) 23-24 

1883 Credland (W. R.) Free Libraries in 1882, L.A.M.N. (4) 18-22 

1884 Tedder (II. R.) Progress of the Free Library movement in 1882, L.C. (i) 

8-12 

1885 Free Libraries in 1884, L.C. (2) 69-70 

1886 Taylor (J.) Earliest Free Libraries, L.C. (3) 155-163 

Downing (\V.) Free Public Libraries from a Bookseller's point of view, 
L-C. (3) 194-197 



LIBRARIES OF ENGLAND 



Wright (VV. H. K.) Municipal Libraries and suburban districts, L.C. (4) 

39-43 
Pacy (F.) Town Libraries and surrounding districts, L.C. (5) 45-48 
Thompson (Sir E. M.) Some hints on the future of Free Libraries, L. (i) 

402-410 
("utier (M. S.) Impressions in foreign libraries, L.J. (16) Conf No 48-52 
Gladstone on the growth of Libraries in England : Speech at opening of 

St. Martin 's-in-the-Fields Library, L.J. (17) 200-202 
Greenwood's Public Libraries 91-234 

Tedder (IL R.) Evolution of the Public Library, 2ud hit Conf 12-18 
Axon (W. E. A.) Early history of the Public Library movement, Green- 
wood's Library Yr-Bk 16-27 
Ogle (J. J.) Edwards and Ewart and the Select Committee on Public 

Libraries, 1849, L.A.K. (i) 696-708 
Southern (J.) Municipal I^ibraries and their development, L.A.R. (i) 607-18 
Brown (J. D.) Principal rate-supported Libraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 74-87 
German view of British Public Libraries, L. IF. (i) 139-140 
Public Library Jubilee, L.W. (3) 137-139 
Brown (J. D.) Library progress, L. (N.S.) (i) 5-11 

Fry (Sir E.) Nature of libraries and the nature of books, L.A.R. (i) 507-14 
Balcarres (Lord) Public Libraries at home and abroad, L.A.R. (3) 80-86 
Brown (J. D.) Principal rate-supported Libraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 88-102 
Peddie (R. A.) Past, present, and future of Public Libraries, L.A. (3) 107-9 
Webb (S.) Library service of London : its co-ordination, development 

and education, L.A.R. (4) 193-203, Discussion 231-236 
Brown (J. D.) Principal rate-supported I^ibraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 61-65 
Keogh (A.) English and American Libraries: a comparison, L.W. (5) 

146-149 
Brown (J. D.) Principal rate-supported Libraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 64-69 
Hodges (N. D. C.) Notes on English Public Libraries, L.J. (28) 593-596 
Hodgkin (T.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (6) 403-415 
Bfown (J. D.) Principal rate-supported Libraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 69-75 
James (M. S. R.) Modern British Libraries, P.L. (9) 371-377 
Brown (J. D.) Public utilization of existing Libraries, L. (N.S.) (5) 93-101 

— Principal rate-supported Libraries, L.A. Yr-Bk 71-77 

Stewart (J. D.) Technical education and Public Libraries in England, 

P.L. (10) 455-457 
Bailey (W. H.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (8) 4(11-476 
Libraries in England, Lit Yr-Bk 563-596 
Survey of I^ibrary progress, L.W. (10) 1-4 
Libraries in England, L.A. Yr-Bk 96-102 

Brown (J. D.) British Municipal Libraries, L. (N.S.) (9) 218-224 
Yates (R.) Library progress in the northern counties, L.'l.R. (11) 279-284 
Significance of Public Libraries, L.A. (6) 247-249 
Farr (H.) Libraries in rural districts. L.A. (6) 389-394 
European and American Libraries — A contrast, L.W. (11) 245-250, 371- 

374. 405-408 

— A Questioned criticism, L.J. (34) 108-110 
Bay (J. C.) A British criticism, P.L. (14) 95-96 

Keogh (A.) English and American Libraries, P.L. (14) 131-132 
Sayers (W. C. B.) American Libraries, L.A. (7) 51-54 

ENGLAND— NATIONAL LIBRARY (BRITISH MUSEUM) 

Axon (W. E. A.) British Museum in its relation to provincial culture, 

. L.J. (2) 125-128, Discussion 246-247 

British Museum Library and its usefulness for scientific consultation, L.J. 

(4) 161-165 
Dziatzko (K.) Library and Reading Room of the British Museum, 

L..4.M.A^ (3) 10-15, ^6-35. 46-53. />•/• (7) 79-84 
Thomas (E. C.) New building at the British Museum, L.C. (i) 16-18 
Anderson (f. P.) Estimate of the contents of the British Museum Librarv, 

L.C. (i) 65-66 
Richardson (E. C.) Bibliographical facilities of the British Museum, L.J. 

(9) 156 
Garnett (R.) Memorandum by the late Rev. H. H. Baber on the removal 

of the British Museum Library from Montague House, L.C. (2) 1-5 

— Books in the British Museum, L.J. (10^ 9-11 

— Changes at the British Museum since 1877, L.C. (4) 81-85 



126 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1888 Memorial to the Treasury on the British Museum, L.C. (5) 16-17 
British Museum Library, L.J. (13) 94 

1894 Enlargement of the British Museum, L.J. (19) 129-131) 

Cutter (C. A.) European Libraries — British Museum, L.J. (19) 289-292 
British Museum Library and its work, Grcemvood's Public Libraries 

493-501 

1895 Macfarlane (J.) National Libraries of Great Britain and trance, and 

their catalogues, L. (10) 37-41 

1904 Bradshaw (H.) Letters to oflicials of the British Museum, L. (N.S.) (5). 

166-192, 431-442 
James (M. S. R.) Modern British Libraries, P.L. (9) 371-377 

1905 Pollard (A. W.) Recent English purchases at the British Museum, 

L. (NS.) (6) 1-28, 
Barwick (G. F.) A Day's work in the Reading Room of the British. 
Museum, L. (N.S.) (6) 304-308 

1907 Possibilities of a National Library, L.A.R, (9) 596-598 

1908 Pollard (A. W.) Recent English purchases at the British Museum, 

L. {N.S.) (9) 323-332 

GOVERNMENT LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C 173 INDIA OFFICE 

1904 Brown (F. H.) India Office Library, L. {N.S.) (5) 256-265 

C 174 PATENT OFFICE 

1898 Hulme (E. W.) English Patent Law, its history, literature and Library,, 
L. (10) 42-55 

1902 Some new library buildings — Patent Office Library, L.TT. (4) 312-314 

ENGLAND— SPECIAL 
C 175 CHAINED LIBRARIES 

1889 Blades (W.) On chained Libraries, L. (i) 411-41O • 

1891 Brassington (W. S.) Additional notes to Blades' " Bibliographical 
Miscellanies," Nos 3, 4, 5. Books in chains, L. (3) 270-273, 441-445 

C176 LIBRARIES FOR THE BLIND 

1887 Briscoe (J. P.) Libraries for the Blind, L.C. (4) 68-71 

C 177 CLERICAL LIBRARIES 

1901 Bray Clerical Libraries, L.A.R. (3) 29-31 

C 178 COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES 

1903 Functions of a University Library, L. W . (5) 264-265 

1908 Lane (VV. C.) Central IBureau of information and loan collection for 
College Libraries, L.J. (33) 429-432 

C 179 ECCLESIASTICAL LIBRARIES 

1878 Reynolds (IL E.) Our Cathedral Libraries, L.A.l'.K. Trans (i) 32-43, 
(Tabulated returns, p. 144) 

1889 Taylor (J.) First Protestant Free Library in England, L.J. (14) 477 

1890 ■ — The Monastic Scriptorium, L.J. (2) 237-44, 282-91 

Winsor (J.) Cathedral and other English Libraries, L.J. (15) 332-333 
1901 Axon (W. E.) The Church Library at Michelstadt in Odenwald, L. (N.S.)' 
(2) 405-412 

1904 Morgan (A.) Monastic Libraries, L..A.R. (6) 290-7 

C 180 ECONOMIC LITERATURE, LIBRARIES OF 

1907 Library oi luonomic Lit'-raturc (Goldf-midi^ Company's Library),. 
L.A.R. (9) 599-600 

C 181 HOSPITAL LIBRARIES 

1895 Taylor (D.) Hospital Libraries, L.J. (7) 347-352 
1904 Hospital Libraries in the field, L.A.R. (6) 261-2 

C 182 INDUSTRIAL LIBRARIES 

1881 Humphrev (G. R.) \\'orkmen's or Factory libraries, L.A.M.N. (2) 53-5S 
1S92 Samuelson (J.) A Famous industrial Library-, L.J. (4) 188-189 



LIBRARIES OR ENGLAND 127 

C183 LAW LIBRARIKS / i' i . : /-'lO f ,(i VU/x; M. 

1887 Pollock (F.) Use and ordering of Law 'Lih'rar'i'cs, 'IJ.C: .'(4) 'I'l-^'i 

C 184 MEDICAL LIBRARIES 

1S89 Bailey (J. B.) The Library of the Ro3-al. College of Surgeons in l""aigland, 
L. (i) 249-261 

C 185 MILITARY LIBRARIES 

1900 Carter (B.) Military Librarii >, L.M. (j) 233-235 

C 186 NAVAL LIBRARIES 

1900 Carter (B.) Naval Libraries, L.W. (2) 290-292 

C 187 PRISON LIBRARIES 

1S99 Selby (W. L.) Prison Libraries : an hitherto undeveloped field of English 
Librarianship, L.A. (i) 187-190 

1900 Harvey (W.) A Peep into a Prison Library, L.W. (2) 183-184 

C 188 PRIVATE LIBRARIES 

1885 Christie (R. C.) The Catalogues of the Library of the Due de la \alliere, 

L.C. (2) 153-159 
1887 Williams (F. W.) Gladstone's Library, L.J. (12) 115, 121 

1889 Library of Ralph Thoresby, L.J. (i) 185-19O 

1902 Maddison (F. R.) Ca)io)i. Dean Honeywood's Library, L.A.R. (4) 390-3 

1903 Savage (l£. A.) Samuel Pepys' Library, port., L. (N.S.) {4) 286-291 

1904 Plomer (H. R.) A Cavalier's Library (Viscount Conway), L. (N.S.) (5) 

158-172 

1905 Pollard (A. W.) The Rowfant books (Mr. Locker's Library), L. (M.S.) 

(6) 309-314 
Duff (E. G.) The Library of Richard Smith, L. (N.S.) (8) 1 13-133 

Bonaparte Library 

1S9S The Bonaparte Library, L.J. (8) 248-51 

C 189 RAILWAY LIBRARIES 

1905 Riebenach (M.) Railway Libraries, L.J. (30) q2--2S 

C 190 CLUB LIBRARIES 

1894 Boos6 (J. R.) The Library of the Royal Colonial histitute, /,./. (6) 191-206 

1885 Smith (S.) Club and Institute Libraries, L.C. (2) 28-33 

1886 Pollock (F.) Library of the Alpine Club, L.C. (3) 136-40 

1890 Hutton (A. W.) A Political Club Library (The Gladstone Librarv at the 

National Liberal Club), L.J. (2) 77-S6 

ENGLAND, SPECIAL LOCALITIES— ALPHABETICALLY 
C 191 BATH, SOMERSET 

1901 Macaulay (C. T.) Literary Associations of Bath, L.A.R. (3) 70-79 

1906 Go to Bath, B.A.R. (3) xv-xxi 

C 192 BIRMINGHAM, WARWICK 

1888 Dent (R. K.) Free Libraries of Birmingh;im and its neighbourhood, L.C. 

(5). 1-6 
1898 Birmingham Librar}-, 1779-1897, L. (10) 68-75 

1902 Dent (R. K.) Some institutions o^ Birmingham and its neighbourhood, 

L.A.R. (4) 371-S1 
Shaw, (A. C.) Birmingham Free Libraries, L.A.R. (4) 492-518 
1906 Dent (R. K.) Birmingham: its Libraries and its Booksellers, B.A.R. 
(4) i-iv 

C 193 BOLTON, LANCASHIRE 

1908 Notable Libraries — Bolton, L. TF. (n) 139-143 

C 193=1 BOURNEMOUTH, HANTS 

1909 Notable Libraries — Bournemouth, L.W. (11) 463-4(0 



128 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

C 194 BRADFORD, YORKSHIRE— PUBLIC 

1906 Hartley (M. K.) Survey of the Public Library movement in Bradford, 
L.A.R. (8) 423-43 

C 195 BRADFORD— SPECIAL 

1906 Scruton (VV.) Bradford Library and Literary Society, L.A.R. (8) 545-55 
Federer (C. A.) Bradford Mechanics Institute Library, L.A.R. (8) 636-40 

C196 BRENTFORD, MIDDLESEX 

1904 Brentford Public Library, L. IF. (7) 8-10 

C 197 BRIGHTON, SUSSEX 

1905 Roberts (H. D.) Brighton Public Library, Museum and Fine Art 

Galleries : a retrospect, L.A.R. (10) 439-454 

C 198 BRISTOL, GLOUCESTER— GENERAL 

1898 Mathews (E. R. N.) History of the Public Library movement in Bristol, 
L. (8) 198-205 

1900 — Survey of the Bristol Public Libraries, L.A.R. (2) 641-50 

Taylor (L. A.) Some of the public institutions of Bristol, L.A.R. (2) 459-68 

1906 Hutton (S.) Bristol : its Libraries and its Booksellers, B.A.R. (4) xv-xix 
1909 Notable Libraries — Bristol, /-.IF. (12) 217-224 

BRISTOL— SPECIAL 
C 199 MEDICAL LIBRARY 

1901 Grififith (L. M.) Some things of general interest in the Bristol Medical 

Library, L.A.R. (3) 285-97, 341-52 

C200 ANCIENT LIBRARIES 

1905 Williams (T. W.) Mediaeval Libraries with special reference to Bristol 

and its neighbourhood, L..4.R. (5) 353-61, 389-99 

C201 BURY, LANCASHIRE 

igo2 New Library building, L. W. (4) 267-69 

C202 CAMBRIDGE— GENERAL 

1882 Mayor (J. E. B.) Cambridge Libraries in 1710, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 1 16-19 

1906 Porter {C. P.) Cambridge Libraries, B.A.R. (4) xxv-xxx 

C203 CAMBRIDGE— PUBLIC 

1882 Pink (J.) Cambridge Free Public Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 240-42 

1886 Foster (J. E.) Open Access Library at Cambridge, L.C. (3) 149-52 

1905 Pink (J.) After fifty years : a retrospect, L.A.R. (7) 513-26 

C 204 CAMBRIDGE— UNIVERSITY 

18S2 Bradshaw (H.) Some account of the organisation of the Cambridge 

University, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 229-37 
1901 College Libraries of Cambridge, L.W. (3) 208-c) 
1905 .\ldis (H. G.) Brief outline of the organization and nulhods of the 

Cambridge l^niversity Library, L.A.R. (7) 625-636 

C205 CROYDON, SURREY 

iqoS Notable Libraries -Croydon, ports., L.M . (11) 222-22S 

C206 DARWEN, LANCASHIRE 

190S Notable Libraries — Darwen, L. IF. (10) 175-176 

C 206=1 EASTBOURNE, SUSSEX 

iqoc) Notable Libraries- I'asthourne, L. IF. (12) 19-22 

C207 EXETER LIBRARIES, DEVON 

1885 Parfitt (E.) Devon and Exeter Institutions, L.C. (3) 107-109 

1907 Soper (H. T.) P2xeter Libraries, B.A.R. (5) xxi-x.xiii 

iqoS — Royal Albert Memorial, Exeter : an example of what can be done by 
co-operation, L.W. (10) 411-415 



LIBRARIES OF ENGLAND 129 



C 207=1 GRAVESEND, KENT 

1909 Notable Libraries — Gravesend, L.IV. (11) 383-38(1 

C 207=2 HALIFAX, YORKS 

1909 Notable Libraries — Halifax, L.W. (12) 57-60 

C208 HEREFORD LIBRARY, HEREFORD 

1907 Beach (F. N.) Literary haunts and shrines of Herefordshire, B.A.R. (5) 

Iv-lviii 

C208 1 HOVE, SUSSEX 

1909 Notable Libraries — Hove, L.W. (11) 423-427 

C209 HULL, YORKS 

1902 Central Public Library, Hull, L.W. (4) 295-96 

1909 Page (W. G. B.) Notes on Hull Libraries, B.A.R. (6) i-vii 

C 209=1 IPSWICH, SUFFOLK 

IQ09 Notable Libraries Ipswich, L.W. (12) 138-140 

C210 KETTERING, NORTHAMPTON 

1904 Kettering Public Library, L.W. (7) 10-13 

C21i LEEDS, YORKS— GENERAL 

1903 Tait (A.) Some of the public institutions of Leeds, L.A.R. (5) 341-52- 

C212 LEEDS— PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1884 New Public Library at Leeds, L.C. (i) 66-69 

1886 Yates (J.) Our Town Library : its successes and failures, L.C. {3) 36-39 

1904 Hand (T. W.) Leeds Public Free Libraries, L.A.R. (6) 1-28 

C213 LEEDS— PRIVATE LIBRARIES 

1908 Gilson (J. P.) Library of Henry Saville of Banke in Yorkshire Bih Scty's 

Trans (9) 140-210 

C2I3 1 LEICESTER LIBRARIES 

1909 Heme (F. S.) Libraries of Leicester, B.A.R. (6) xxv-xxix 

C214 LIVERPOOL LIBRARIES, LANCASHIRE— GENERAL 

1883 Cowell (P.) Origin and history of some Liverpool Libraries, L.A.U.K. 

Trans (6) 31-39 
1909 May (S. W.) Literature and Libraries of Liverpool, B.A.R. (6) 1-lii 

C215 LIVERPOOL LIBRARIES— PUBLIC ''''\ 

1897 Cowell (P.) Reminiscences of library work in Liverpool during '46 "years,. 

2nd Int Conf 99-102 

C216 LONDON— GENERAL 

1877 Historical and descriptive accounts of the visits to Metropolitan Libraries, 

ist Int Conf 213-40 

1878 Report of the Secretary of the Metropolitan Free Libraries Committee,. 

L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 13-15 

1885 Thomas (E. C.) Libraries of London in 1710, L.C. (2) 41-47 

1892 Doubleday (W. E.) A year's, development of the Public Library movement 
in Greater London, L. (4) 142-46 

1894 Public Libraries of London, Greenwood's Public Libraries 291-351 

1895 Welch (C.) Public Library movement in London : a review of its progress 

and suggestions for its consolidation and extension, L. (7) 97-109 

1898 Carter (A. H.) Polytechnic and Public Libraries of London, L.A. (i) 16-19 

1899 London Boroughs and the Public Libraries, L.W. (2) 85-8S 

1901 Public Libraries in the Metropolitan Boroughs, L.W. (3) 153-55, 185-87 
IQ04 Baker (El A.) The' Library of the University of London, L. W. (6) 207-209 
MacAlister (J. Y. W.) Progress of the Public Librarv movement in London, 
P.L. (9) 40 T -403 



I30 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1906 Inkster (L.) Library grouping-, L.A.R. (8) 46-52 

Present position of London Municipal Libraries, with suggestions for 

increasing their efficiency, L.A.R. (8) 625-632 
London Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 563-572 

1907 London Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 635-647 

1908 Baker (E. A,) Note on Mr. Rve's (jruidc to tho Libraries of London, 

L.A.R, (10) 257-258 
1908. London Libraries, Lit \ r-Bk 721-73O 

LONDON PUBLIC LIBRARIES— SPECL\L 
C217 BERMONDSEY 

1900 Bermondsey Public Library, L.A. (2) 158-62 

C218 CHELSEA 

1901 Chelsea Public Library, L.A. (2) 239-41 

C 218=1 CLERKENWELL 

1893 Brown (J. D.) The Working of the Clerk en well Public Library, L. (5) 

109-119 
i8q4 MacAlister ij. Y. W.) Dawn of a new epoch, L. (b) 212-213 

Brown (J. D.) a}id H. W. Fincham. Clerkenwell Open Lending Library, 

^- (6) 344-353 
i8i)5 — The Clerkenwell Open Lending Library, L.J. (20) 51-54 

C219 HAMMERSMITH 

1900 Hammersmilh Public Libraries. L.A. (2) 117-1S 

C220 HAMPSTEAD 

1901 Hampsiead Public Libraries, L.A. {2) 212-14 

C221 ISLINGTON 

1906 Islington's first Library, L.W. (9) 121-22 

1909 Notable Libraries — Islington, L. IT'. (11) 303-308 

C222 LE WISH AM 

1902 Lewisham Public Library, L.W. (4) 314-16 

C223 ST. GEORGEINTHEEAST, STEPNEY 

iqoo " Passniore Edwards" Library, L..L (2) 192-1)4, L.\\\ (i) 145-46 

C224 ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR, SOUTHWARK 

1900 St. George the Martyr Public Library, L. If. (2) 263-65 

C225 WANDSWORTH 

i8c)8 Bradley (W. T. I Wandsw t>rth Public Library, L.A. (n 26-27 

C226 WEST HAM 

1898 West Ham Public Library, L.W. (i) 84-88 

C227 GUILDHALL LIBRARY 

1889 Welch (C.) Guildhall Library and its work, L. (i) 320-334 

IQ03 Clarke (A. L.) Public Lending Libraries for the City of London, L. I.V.5.) 

(3) 135-140 
1904 Welch (C.) (iuildhall Library and Museum, L. L\,^.) (4) 68-84 

1908 Borrajo (E. M.) Guildhall Library: its history and present position, 
L.A.R. (10) 381-395, Discussion 40O-409 

C228 SPECIAL LIBRARIES 

1887 Famous Reading Libraries in London (Mudie's and Sv. l;ime>'s Libraries), 

L.J. (12) 195 
1900 Clarke (A. L.) Reputed first circulating Library in London, L. (A. 5.) fi) 

274-'97 
Axon (W. E. A.) London circulating Library in 1743, L. (N.S.) (i) 377-37S 

1907 Library of Economic Literature (^Goldsmiths Company's Library'). L.A.R. 

(9) 599-600 



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C229 MEDICAL LIBRARIES 

190(1 Prideaux (VV. R. B.) Mt-dical Libraries of London, L.A.R. (8) 405-22 

C230 GRAY'S INN LIBRARY 

1881 Douthvvaite (W. R.) Libraries of thi- Inns of Court, L.A.U.K. Trans (4) 
27-30 
— Notes on the Gray's Inn Library, L.A.M.N. (2) 2-7 

C23I ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE LIBRARY 

iSc)4 Boose (J. R.) Library of the Royal Colonial Institute, /,. (6) 191-206 

C2311 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LIBRARY 

1904 Baker (E. A.) Library of the Cniversity of London, L. Tl'. ((>) 207-9 
1909 Chambers (R. W.) Library of the L^niversity Colletj^e of London, L.A.R. 
(11) 350-358. Discussion 361-363 

C232 MANCHESTER, LANCASHIRE— GENERAL 

1899 Sutton (C. W.) Some of the Institutions of Manchester and Salford, 

L.A.R. (i) 550:5^.. 
1909 — Manchester Libraries and Booksellers, B.A.R. [(i) ixv-lxx 

C233 MANCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1879 Credland (W. R.) Free Public Libraries of Manchester, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 118-25 

1892 Rawson (H.) Public I'ree Libraries of Manchester, their history, 

organization and work, L. (4) 288-94 
1894 First Public Library under the Act, Greenwood's Public Libraries 68-76 
1903 Jubilee of the Manchester Public Libraries, L.A.R. (5) 213-18, L.W. (5) 

312-28 
1909 Sutton (C. W.) Manchester Libraries and Booksellers, B.A.R. (6) Ixv-lxx 

C234 MANCHESTER— COLLEGE 

iS7t» Sutton (C. W.) Manchester (iframmar School Librar\ , L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 
126 

C 235 MANCHESTER— ECCLESIASTICAL 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Manchester Cathedral Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 126 

MANCHESTER LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C236 CHETHAM'S LIBRARY 

1879 Bailey (J. F.) Chetham's Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 1 13-115 

C237 CHRISTIE LIBRARY, OWENS COLLEGE 

1879 Kay (J. T.) Owens College Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 116-117 

1893 — Owens College Library, L. (5) 20-33 

it)oo Rhodes (W. E.) Christie Library. Owens College, Manchester, L.A.R. 
.(2) 73-81 

C238 FOREIGN LIBRARY 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Foreign Library. L.A.l'.K. Trans (j) 125 

C239 LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY'S LIBRARY 

U)oi Ltigh (C. W. E.) Arrangement of the Literary and Philosophical Society's 
Library, L.A.R. (3) 1 19-12 i 

C240 MAYOR'S LIBRARY 

1871) Sutton (C. \V.) Mayor's Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 12S 

C240 1 MEDICAL 

1879 CuUingworth (C. j.) M.mchester Medic.-il Soc.ietx V Library, L.A.U.K. 
Trans (2) 127 

C240 2 MECHANICS 

1S79 Sutton (C. W.) M.-uichester Mechanics Institution, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 127 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C241 OVERSEERS' LIBRARY 



mu jf}!. '. / }iu <\t 



1879 Sutton (C. W.) Overseers' Library, L.A.U.K. Trans {2] 128 

PORTICO LIBRARIES 

1879 Sutton (C. \V.) Portico Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 128 

RADCLIPFE 

1879 Acland (Sir H. W.) Foundation and progress of the Radcliffc Library, 
L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 29-31 

C242 RADFORD LIBRARY AT ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL 

1879 Sutton (C. \\'.) Radford Library at St. Mary's Hospital, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 128 

C243 ROYAL EXCHANGE LIBRARY 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Royal Exchange Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 12S 

C244 ROYAL INFIRMARY LIBRARY 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Royal Infirmary Library, L.A.U.K, Trans (2) 12S 

C245 RYLANDS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

1899 John Rylands Memorial Library, L.A.R. (i) 564-71, 679-88, L.J. (24) 621-23 

C246 SCHILLERAUSTALT LIBRARY 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Schiller-Austalt Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 128 

C247 UNITARIAN CHAPEL LIBRARY, CROSS STREET 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Cross Street Chapel Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 125 

C248 NEWCASTLE, NORTHUMBERLAND— PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1884 Picton (Sir J.), J. D. Mullins and E. C. Thomas. Royal visit to Newcastle 
upon Tyne, opening of the Public Libraries, L.C. (i) 137-42 

1905 Anderton (B.) Struggle for a Public library in Newcastle, L.A.R. (7) 
259-71. 307-28 

C249 OXFORD LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1878 Thomas (E. C.) Libraries of Oxford, L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 24-2S 
1894 Libraries of Oxford, U.S. Govt Rept 849-53 

OXFORD LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C250 BODLEIAN LIBRARY 

1902 Bodleian Tercentenary, L.W. (5) 1 13-19 

1903 Bodleian Tercentenary, U.S. Govt Rept 990-94 

C251 PENZANCE, CORNWALL— LIBRARIES, GENERAL 

1886 Lack-.Szyrma (W. S.) Libraries in Penzance, L.C. (3) 169-172 

C252 PLYMOUTH, DEVON— PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1886 Shelly (J.) Notes on the Public Libraries of Plvmouth and Stonehouse, 
I-C. (3) 1-8 

C 252=1 PORTSMOUTH, HANTS 

1909 Notable Libraries — Portsmouth, L. II'. (11) 263-265 

C253 REDRUTH, CORNWALL 

1900 Hale (W. G.) Annals of a country library, L. W. (3) 35-37 

C254 SALFORD, LANCASHIRE 

1879 Plant (J.) Salford Free Public Libraries and Museum, L.A.U.K. Trans 

(2) 117-118 
1900 Mullen (B. H.) Salford and the inauguration of Public Free Libraries 
movement : a contribution to the history of Free Libraries, L.A.R. (2) 
183-89 



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C255 SALFORD— ECCLESIASTICAL 

187*) Sutton (C. W.) Bible Christian Church Library, I. .A. U.K. Trans (2) 125 

C256 TAVISTOCK, DEVONSHIRE— PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1886 Alford (D. P.) Notes on the Tavistock Public Library, L.C. (3) 81-86 

C257 TRURO, CORNWALL— LIBRARIES, GENERAL 

1885 Moor (A. P.) Libraries of Truro, L.C. C3) 105-107 

C258 WELLS CATHEDRAL LIBRARY 

igoi Cathedral Library at Wells, L..Li^. (3) 86-7 

1900 Williams (T. VV.) Wells Cathedral Library, L.A.R. (8) 372-377 

C259 WIGAN, LANCASHIRE— PUBLIC LIBRARY 

1899 Folkard (H.) Wigan : an historical sketch with a note on its Free Public 
Library, L.A.R. (i) 357-b8 

C 260 WIGAN— PRIVATE 

1883 Visit of the Association to Wigan : Haigh Hall and lh<? i'"ree Library, 
L.A.U.K. Trans (6) 191-195 

C261 WINDSOR CASTLE LIBRARY 

1891 Thackeray (F. St. J.) Notes on the Libraries at Windsor Castle and 
Eton College, L. (3) 54-58 

€261 1 WORTHING, SUSSEX 

1909 Notable Libraries — Worthing, L.W. (12) 99-101 

ENGLAND, SPECIAL— ARRANGED UNDER COUNTIES 
C262 BERKSHIRE 

1891 Thackeray (F. St. J.) Notes on the Libraries at Windsor Castle and Eton 
College, L.J. (3) 54-58 

C263 CAMBRIDGE— GENERAL 

1882 Mayor (J. E. B.) Cambridge Libraries in 171G, L.A.U.K. Trans (^) 116-19 
1906 Porter (C. P.) Cambridge Libraries, B.A.R. (4) xxv-xxx 

€264 CAMBRIDGE— PUBLIC 

1882 (Cambridge Free Public Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 240-42 

1886 An Open Access Library at Cambridge, L.C. (3) 149-152 

1905 Pink (J.) After fifty years: a retrospect, L.A.R. (7) 513-2(1 

C265 CAMBRIDGE— UNIVERSITY 

1882 Bradshaw (H.) Some account of the organization of the Cambridge 
University Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 229-37 
Pearson (J. B.) Emanuel College Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 242-3 

1901 College Libraries of Cambridge, L.W. (3) 208-209 

1905 Aldis (H. G.) Organization and methods of the Cambridge University 
Library, L.A.R. (7) 625-36, Discussion 545-7 

<:266 CAMBRIDGE— SPECIAL 

1891 Lewis (S. S.) The Library of Corpus Christ! College, L.J. (3) 121-25 

€267 CHESHIRE— GENERAL 

1879 Axon (W. E. A.) Libraries of Lancashire and Cheshire, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 47-53. J^-J- (4) 35-3^. 412 

C268 CHESHIRE, SPECIAL— PRIVATE 

1879 Axon (W. E. A.) Sir John Chesshvre's Library at Tlalton in Cheshire, 
W- ^4) 35-38 

X269 CORNWALL— GENERAL 

1900 Brown (J. D.) Some Cornish Libraries, L. W. (3) 57-62 



134 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECOi\OM\ 



CORNWALL— SPECIAL 
C270 PENZANCL 

1886 Lack-SzyriiKi (W. S.) Libraries in Penzance, L.C. (3) i6()-i73 

C271 REDJRUTH 

1900 Hale (VV. <.i.) The Annals of a country Library, L.W. (3) 35-37 

C272 TRURO 

1885 Moor (A. P.) Libraries of Truro, L.C. (3) 105-7 

C273 DERBY— CHATSWORTH 

1898 Crowther (W.) C'hatsworth and its Library, L. (8) 439-444 

C 274 DEVONSHIRE 

1885 Parfitt (E.) Devon and Kxeter Institutions, L.C. (3) 107-9 

DEVONSHIRE— SPECIAL 
C275 EXETER 

1907 Soper (H. T.) Exeter Libraries, B.A.R. (5) xxi-xxiii 

1908 — Royal Albert Memorial, Exeter : an example of what can be done by 

co-operation, L. Tl'. (10) 411-415 

C276 PLYMOUTH 

1886? Shelly (J.) Notes on the Public Libraries of Plymouth and Stonehouse, 
L.C. (3) 1-8 

C277 TAVISTOCK 

1S86 Alford (D. P.) Notes on Tavistock Public Library, L.C. (3) 81-6 

GLOUCESTER— SPECIAL 
C 278 BRISTOI.— PUBLIC 

1898 Mathev^'s (E. R, N.) History of the Public Library Movement in Bristol, 
L. (8) 198-205 

1900 Mathews (N.) Survey of the Bristol Public Libraries, L..4..R. (2) 641-50 
Taylor (L. A.) Sonu' of the Public Institutions of Bristol, L.A.R. (2) 459-68 

1906 Hutton (G.) Bristol : its Libraries and its Booksellers, B..A.R. (4) xv-xix 

1909 Notable Libraries — Bristol, L.W . (12) 217-224 

C278 1 BRISTOL— MEDICAL 

1901 Griffith (L. M.) Some tilings of general interest in the Bristol Medical 

Library. L.A.K. (3) 285-97, 341-5- 

C278 2 BRISTOL— ANCIENT 

1903 Williams (T. W.) Media-val Libraries : with special reference to Bristol 
and its neighbourhood, L.A.R. (5) 353-61, 389-99 

C279 HAMPSHIRE— BOURNEMOUTH 

1909 ]..W. (ii) 463-466 

C280 HAMPSHIRE— PORTSMOUTH 

1909 L.W. (11) 263-205 

KENT— SPECIAL 
C28I CANTERBURY 

1906 Bea;:Qley (M.) lii.slorv of the fhaiJdr Library of Canterbury Cathedral, 

Brt Scty's Trans (S) 113-85 

C28M GRAVESEND 

1909 L.W. (n) 383-386 

C282 HEREFORDSHIRE— HEREFORD 

1907 Beach (K. N.) Literary haunts and shrim-. of Herefordshire, B.A.R. (5) 

Iv-Iviii 



LIBRARIES OF ENGL.iyD 13; 



C283 LANCASHIRE— GENERAL 

1879 Axon (W. E. A.) Libraries of Lancashire and Cheshire, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 47-52, L.J. (4) 35-38 ^ ., . ^ ^ ^ . ^. , , . 

Barnish (E.) Co-operative Libraries of Lancashire, Yorkshire, and 
Durham, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 61-4, 149 

C284 LANCASHIRE— ECCLESIASTICAL 

18S-, Christie (R. C.) Old Church and School Libraries of Lancashire, 
L.A.U.K. Trans (0)45-47. 1S86 : L.C. (3) 15-17 

LANCASHIRE— SPECIAL 
C285 BOLTON 

1908 Notable Libraries- Bolton, L.W. (11) 139-143 

C 286 BURY 

1902 Some New Library buildings, Bury, ;//., L. II'. (4) .^'17-9 

C287 LIVERPOOL 

1883 Cowell (P.) Origin and history of some Livt'r])ool Librari<^s, L.A.U.K. 

Trans (6) 31-39 
1897 - - Reminiscences of Library work in Liverpool during 40 years. Trans 

of the 2nd Int Conf 99-102 

1909 May (S. W.) Libraries of Liverpool, B.A.R. (h) 1-liI 

C288 MANCHESTER— GENERAL 

i8i)() Sutton (C. W.) .Some of the Institutions of Manche^UM" and Salford, 

L.A.R. (i) 55o-5<^3 
i90() — Manchester Libraries and Booksellers, B.A.R. (O) l\v-l\x 

C289 MANCHESTER— PUBLIC 

1879 Cri.'dland (W. R.) Free Public Libraries of Manche>ter and Branches, 

L..4.L'.7v. Trans (2) 1 18-125 
1892 Rawson (Councillor H.) The Free Public Llbrariis nf Mancliester : their 

history, organization and work, L. (4) 288-94 

1903 Jubilee of the Manchester Public Libraries, L.W. (5) 312-328, L.A.R. (5) 

213-18 
1909 Sutton (C. W.) Manchester Libraries and Booksellers, B.A.R. (t>) Ixv-lxx 

C290 MANCHESTER— UNIVERSITY 

1879 .Sutton (C. W.) Manchester Grammar .School Lihrarv, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 126 
Lancashire Independent College, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 120 

C291 MANCHESTER— ECCLESIASTICAL 

iS7() Sutton (C. \Y.) Manchester Cathedral Librai\ , L.A.U.K. Irans (2) 126 

SPECIAL 

1879 .Sutton {C. W.) Manchester Athena?um Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 126 

CHETHAM'S 

1879 Bailey (J. E.) Chetham's Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 113-115 

CHRISTIE 

1879 Kay (J. T.) Owens College Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 116-17. 1893: 

^- (5) -^0-33 
1900 Rhodes (\V. E.) Christie Library, Owens College, L.A.R. (2) 73-81 

FOREIGN 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Foreign Library, L.A.U.K. Tra)is (2) 125 

LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY'S LIBRARY 

1S79 Sutton (C. W.) Literary and Philosophical Sociiix \ Library, L.A.U.K. 
Trans (2) 126 

MAYOR'S 

1879 Sutton (C. \V.) Mayor's Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 128 



136 BTBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

MEDICAL 

1S79 CuUingworth (C. J.) Manchester Medical Society's Library, L.A.U.K. 
Trans (2) 127 

MECHANICS 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Manchester Mechanics Institution, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 127 

OVERSEERS' 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Overseers' Library, L..4.l7./v. Traus (2) 128 

PORTICO 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Porlico Library, L.A.U.K. Traus (2) 12S 

RADCLIFFE 

1878 Acland (Sir H. \\.) l-oundation and progress of the RadcUffe Library 

L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 29-31 

RADFORD 

■1879 Sutton (C. W.) Radford Library at St. Marv's Hospital, L. .4. L\iv. Trans 
(2) 128 

ROYAL EXCHANGE 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Royal Exchange Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 128 

ROYAL INFIRMARY 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Royal Infirmary Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 128 

RYLANDS 

1899 John Rylands Memorial Library, L.A.R. (i) 564-71 
Opening of the John Rylands Library, L.A.R. (i) 679-8S 

SCHILLERAUSTALT 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Schiller-Austalt Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 128 

UNITARIAN 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Cross Street (LInitarian) Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 125 
— • Unitarian Home Missionary Board Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 129 

CLUBS 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Friends' Meeting House and Institute, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 125 
— Manchester Library Club and other Societies, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 129 

C292 SALFORD 

1879 Plant (J.) Salford Free Public Libraries and Museum, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 1 17-18 

1900 Mullen (B. H.) Salford and inauguration of Public Free Libraries move- 

ment (a contribution to the History of Free Libraries), L.A.R. (2) 183-9 

C 293 SALFORD— ECCLESIASTICAL 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Bible Christian Church Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 125 

C 294 WIGAN 

iS9() Folkard (H.) Wigan an historical sketch witli a note on its Free Public 
Library, L.A.R. (i) 357-68 

PRIVATE 

1883 Visit of the Association to Wigan: Haigh Hall and the Free Library,. 
L.A.U.K. Trans (()) iyi-195 

C295 LINCOLNSHIRE— LINCOLN 

1892 Maddison (A. R.) Lincoln Cathedral Library, L. (4) 306-312 

C 296 LONDON— GENERAL 

1877 Historical and descriptive accounts of the visits to Metropolitan Libraries, 
jst hit Conf 213-40 



LIBRARIES OF ENGLAND 137 

1878 Report from the Secretary of the Metropolitan Free Libraries Comrhitte:;, 

L.A.U.K. Trans (1) 13-15 
1885 Thomas (E. C.) The Libraries of London in 1710, L.C. (2) 41-7 

1892 Doubleday (W. E.) A Year's development of the Public Library move- 

ment in Greater London, L. (4) 142-46 
1895 Welch (C.) Public Library movement in London : a review of its progress 
and suggestions for its consolidation and extension, L. (7) 97-109 

1898 Carter (A. H.) The Polytechnic and Public Libraries of London, L.A. 

(i) 16-19 

1899 London Boroughs and the Public Libraries, L. W. (2) 85-88 

1901 Public Libraries in the Metropolitan Boroughs, L.W. (3) 153-155, 185-187 
1904 Baker (E. A.) The Library of the University of London, L.W. (6) 207-209 
McAlister (J. Y. W.) Progress of the Public Library movement in London, 
P.L. (9) 401-3 

1906 Inkster (L.) Library progress, L.A.R. (8) 46-52 

Present position of London Municipal Libraries, with suggestion for 

increasing their efficiency, L.A.R. (8) 625-32 
London Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 563-572. 1907 : Lit Yr-Bk 635-647 
'^1908 Baker (E. A.) Note on Mr. Rve's Guide to the Libraries of London, 

L.A.R. (10) 257-258 
London Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 721-736 

LONDON— SPECL\L 
C297 BERMONDSEY 

i8q9-i9oi Public Library, ill., L.A. (2) 158-162 

C298 BRITISH MUSEUM 

1879 Library and its usefulness for scientific consultation, L.J. (4) 161-65 
1882 Dziatzko (K.) Library and Reading Room of the British Museum, 

L.A. M.N. (3) 10, 15, 26-35, 46-53 . _, 

1884 Richardson (E. C.) Bibliographical facilities of the British Museum, 

L.J. (9) 156 

1885 Garnett (R.) Books in the British Museum, T..J. ( ro) 9, (13) 94 

C299 CHELSEA 

1899-1901 Public Libraries, ///., L.A. (2) 239-241 

C 299=1 CLERKENWELL 

1893 Brown (J. D.) The Working of the Clerkenwell Library, L. (5) 109-119 

1894 MacAlIster (J. Y. W.) Dawn of a new epoch, L. (6) 212-213 

Brown (J. D.) and H. W. Fincham. Clerkenwell Open Lending Library, 
-L. (6) 344-353 

1895 — ■ The Clerkenwell Open Lending Library, L.J. (20) 51-54 

C300 GUILDHALL 

i88c) Welch (C.) Guildhall Library and Its work, L. (i) 320-34 
1904 — Guildhall Library and museum, L. (N.S.) (4) 68-84 
1908 Borrajo (E. M.) Guildhall Library : its history and present position, 
L.A.R. (10) 581-95, Discussion 406-9 

C301 GOLDSMITHS' LIBRARY 

1907 Library of Economic Literatiu-e (Goldsmiths' Company's Library), L.A.R. 

(9) 599-600 

C30M GRAY'S INN 

1881 Douthwalte (W. R.) Notes on the Gray's Inn Library, L.A. M.N. (2) 2-7 

C 302 HAMMERSMITH 

1899-1901 Hammersmith Public Libraries, pla>is ill., L.A. (2) 1 17-18 

C 303 HAMPSTEAD 

1899 Hampstead Public Libraries, plans ill., L.A. •(2) 212-214 

C304 INNS OF COURT 

3881 Douthwalte (W. R.) Libraries of the Inns of Court, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(4) 27-30 



138 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

C305 ISLINGTON 

i()o6 I.slin}:,'-ton's First Library, L.W. (9) 121-122 
1909 Notable Libraries, L.W. (11) 303-308 

C 306 LEWISHAM 

T902 Lewisham Public Library, ///., L.W. (4) 314-16 

C307 ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 

1894 Boos^ (J. K.) Library of the Royal Colonial Institute, L. (6) 191.206 

C308 ST. GEORGE'SINTHEEAST 

1899 " Passmore Edwards " Public Library, St. George 's-in-the-East, Stepney, 

iil., L.A. (2) 192-194 

1900 " Passmore Edwards " Public Library, St. Georg^e's-in-the-East, London, 

port, ill, L.W. (i) 145-146 

C309 ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR 

1900 St. George the Martyr Public Library, London, with a portrait of its 

former Librarian, Mr. T. Aldred, L.W. (2) 263-265 

C 309=1 WANDSWORTH 

1898-9 Bradley (W. T.) Wandsworth Public Library, L.A. (i) 26-27 

C 309=2 WEST HAM 

1898 West Ham Public Library, port, ill., L.W. (i) 84-88 

C310 MEDICAL 

1906 Prideaux (W. R. B.) Medical Libraries of London, L.A.R. (8) 405-22 

C 310=1 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 

1909 Chambers (R. W.) Library of the Lhiiversity College of London, L.A.R. 
(11) 353-35^- Discussion "36 1-363 

MIDDLESEX— SPECIAL 
C311 BRENTFORD 

1904 Brentford Public Library, iU. port., L.W. (7) 8-14 

C312 NORTHAMPTON— KETTERING 

1904 Kettering Public Library, L.W. (7) 10-13 

C313 ALTHORP 

1884 Bruce (Lord C.) Althorp Library (Private), L.A. U.K. Trans (7) 51-60 

1885 — The Althorp Librar\', L.C. (2) 6-15 

1892 Millard (G. M.) Spencer Library at Althorp, L.J. (17) 384-5 

C314 NORTHUMBERLAND— NEWCASTLE 

1884 Picton (Sir J.), J. D. Mullins and E. C. Thomas. The Royal visit to 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, opening of the Public Libraries, L.J. (i) 137-142 

1905 Anderton (B.) Struggle for a Public Library in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

L.A.R. (7) 259-71, 307-28 

C315 OXFORD 

1S78 Thomas (E. C.) Libraries of Oxford, L.A. U.K. Trans (i) 24-28 
1882 Sinker (R.) Trinity College Library, L.A. U.K. Trans (5) 144-148 
1894-5 Libraries of Oxford, U.S. Govt Rept (849-53) 

1902 The Bodleian Tercentenary, L.W. (5) 1 13-19. 1903: U.S. Govt Rept 
990-994 

C316 SOMERSET— BATH 

1901 Macaulav (C. T.) Literary associations of Bath, L.A.R. (3) 70-g 

1906 Go to Bath, B.A.R. (3) xv-xxi 



C 316=1 WELLS 



TH 



1901 Cathedral Librarv at Wells, L.A.R. (:}) 86-7 

1906 Williams (T. W.) Wells Cathedral Library, L.A.R. (8) 372-7 



LIBRARIES OF ENGLAND tyj 

C317 SUFFOLK— IPSWICH 

1909 Notable Libraries, L.W. (12) 138-140 

C318 SURREY— CROYDON 

1909 Notable Libraries — Croydon, L.W. (11) 222-228 

SUSSEX 
C319 BRIGHTON 

1908 Roberts (H. D.) Brighton Public Library, Museum and Art Galleries : a 

retrospect, L.A.R. (10) 439-454 

C 319=1 EASTBOURNE 

1909 Notable Libraries, L.W. (12) 19-22 

C 319=2 HOVE 

1909 Notable Libraries, L. TF. (11) 423-427 

C 319=3 WORTHING 

1909 Notable Libraries, L.W. (12) 99-101 

WARWICK 
C320 BIRMINGHAM— GENERAL 

1902 Dent (R. K.) Some of the institutions of Biruiini^ham and the neighbour- 
hood, L.A.R. (4) 371-81 
190b — Birmingham : its Libraries and its Booksellers, B.A.R. (4) i-iv 
1898 The Birmingham Libraries (1779-1897), L. (10) 68-75 

C321 BIRMINGHAM— PUBLIC 

1888 Dent (R. K.) Free Libraries of Birminghani ;md its neighbourhood, 

L.C. (5) 1-6 
1902 Shaw (A. C.) Birmingham Free Libraries, L.A.h'. (4) 492-518 

C322 WORCESTER 

1888 Brassington (W. S.) Thomas Hall and the old Library founded by him at 
King's Norton, L.C. (5) 61-71 

YORKSHIRE— SPECIAL 
C323 BRADFORD 

1906 Hartley (M. G.) Survey of Public Library movement in Bradford, L.A.R. 

(8) 423-43 
Scruton (W.) Bradford Library and Literary Society, L.A.R. (8) 545-55 

Mechanics 

1906 Federer (C. A,) Bradford Mechanics Institute Library, L.A.R. (8) 636-40 

C 323=1 HALIFAX 

1909 Notable Libraries, L.W. (12) 57-60 

C 324 HULL 

1902 Some New Library buildings. Central Public Library, L. W. (4) 295-96 
1909 Page (W. G. B.) Notes on Hull authors, booksellers, and stationers, 

B.A.R. (6) i-vii 

C325 LEEDS 

1884 New Public Library at Leeds, L.C. (i) 66-69 

1886 Yates (J.) Our Town Library : its success and failures, L.C. (3) 36-9 

1903 Tait (A.) Some of the public institutions of Leeds, L.A.R. (5) 341-52 

1904 Hand (T. W.) Leeds Public Free Libraries, L.A.R. (6) 1-2X 

YORK— SPECIAL 
C326 PRIVATE LIBRARIES 

1908 Gilson (J. P.) Library of Henry Saville of Bankc in Yorkshire, Bib Scly's 
Trans (9) 140-2x0 



140 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

C327 WALES— GENERAL 

1894 Public Libraries in Wales, Grecmvood's Public Libraries 269-280 

C327 WALES— NATIONAL 

1^05 Thomas (T. H.) National Museum and Library for Wales, L. (N.S.) (6) 
212-224 
National Library and Museum of Wales, L.W. (4) 293 
1909 National Library of Wales, L.J. (34) 308 

WALES— SPECIAL 
C328 CARDIFF 

1895 Ballinger (J.) Cardiff Free Public Libraries, L. (7) 300-317 

1908 — • Municipal Library and its public, L. (N.S.) (9) 66-79, 173-185, 309-322^ 

353-368 

C329 SCOTLAND, PUBLIC LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1880 Mason (T.) Free Libraries of Scotland, L.A. Trans (3) 49-57, 167 
1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 234-268 

SCOTLAND— SPECIAL 
C330 ABERDEEN— PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1894 Robertson (A. W.) Public Libraries of Aberdeen, L. (6) 1-12 

C331 ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1900 Wishart (J. W.) University Library of Aberdeen, ill., L.W. (2) 141, 173-75 
1907 Anderson (P. J.) University Library, Aberdeen, L.A.R. (9) 81-83 

C332 EDINBURGH LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1907 Small (A.) Some notes on Libraries of Edinburgh, B.A.R. (5) i-v 

C333 EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1880 Small (J.) Historical sketch of the Library of the University of Edinburgh, 
L.A. U.K. Trans (3) 95-105 

C334 GLASGOW 

1888 Brown (R.) Glasgow and the Public Libraries Acts, L.C. (5) 123-33 

Barrett (F. T.) Sketch of a Public Library establishment for the City of 
Glasgow, L.C. (5) 141-45 
1907 Notes on Glasgow Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 549-67 
Glasgow Library system, L.W. (10) 131-33 

Small (A.) Remarks on the Public and Private Libraries of Glasgow, 
B.A.R. (5) xxxv-xl 

C335 GLASGOW— UNIVERSITY 

1898 Dickson (Prof.) The Glasgow LIniversity Library : its growth by 
donations, /-. (8) 381-393 

C335 1 GLASGOW— PRIVATE 

1907 Small (A.) Remarks on the Public and Private Libraries of Qlasgow, 
B.A.R. (5) xxxv-xl 

C336 MONTROSE 

1909 Notable Libraries, L. TI'. (12) 178-180 

C 337 PERTH 

i8g8 Sandeman Public Library, L.W. (i) 93-95 

IRELAND 
C338 NATIONAL LIBRARY 

1885 Archer (W.) Library building of the National Library of Ireland, L.J. 

(10) II 
1902 Vine (G.) National Library of Ireland, a short account of the building; 

and its contents, L.A.R. (4) 95-109 
1905 National Library of Ireland, .In Lcuiblui.ylann (i) 149-150 



, , , .. , LIBRARIES, OF FRANCE 141 

C339 PUBLIC LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1S94 Public Libraries in Ireland, Greenwood's Public Libraries 281-291 

1905 Lyster (T. W.) Ireland and Public Libraries, An Leabharlann (i) 15-24 
Library notes, An Leabharlann (i) 77-78, 192-194 

1906 Lyster (T. W.) Ireland and Public Libraries, L.A.R. (8) 303-8 
Library notes, An Leabharlann (2) 102-104, 198-203 

PUBLIC— SPECIAL 
C340 ARMAGH 

1S84 Reeves (Dr.) Memoir of the Public Library of Armagh, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(7) 32-44 

C 341 BELFAST 

1895 Gray (W.) Belfast Public Library : its character and object, L. (7) 231-40 
iqo5 Belfast Library, An Leabharlann (i) 156-157 

C342 COLERAINE 

1905 Coloraine Public Libraiy, An Leabharlann (i) 157-158 

C343 CORK r J.f- '\ 

1905 Cork Public Library, An Leabharlann (i) 158-159 

C344 DUBLIN 

1899 White (J. D.) An account of Marsh's Library, L.A.R. (i) 132-145 

1905 Dublin Public Library, An Leabharlann (i) 150-156 

1906 Ryan (M. J.) Some notes on the Libraries and book trade of Dublin, 

B.A.R. (4) xlv-xlix 

1907 Dixon (H.) Corporation of Dublin : its Public Libraries Committee and 

the Bible in Irish, An Leabharlann (2) 184-190 
Rathmines 
1905 Rathmines Public Library, An Leabharlann (i) 160 

C345 DUNDALK 

1895 Corneford (M.) Some account of Dunkalk Public Library, being the first 
established in Ireland under the Libraries Acts, L. (7) 359-362 

C346 LIMERICK 

1905 Limerick Public Library, An Leabharlann (i) 159-160 

C347 BRITISH EMPIRE 

1885 Boose (J. R.) Progress of Colonial Libraries, L.C. (2) 81-89, 109-119 
1894 — Constitution of Colonial Public Libraries. L. (6) 391-402 

1897 Some of the principal Public Libraries of the British Colonies, Green- 

wood's Yr-Bk 272-281 

1900 Boos^ (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 123-28. 1901 : 

L. (N.S.) (2) 183-89. 1902 : L. (N.S.) (3) 214-221 

1901 — Principal Libraries of the British Colonies, L.A. Yr-Bk 65-67. 1902 : 

L.A. Yr-Bk 67-69. 1903 : L.A. Yr-Bk 70-72. 1904 : L.A. Yr-Bk 
76-78. 1905 : L.A. Yr-Bk 78-80. 1907 : L.A. Yr-Bk 103-105 
1909 Lewin (P. E.) The Empire and the Public Library : the relations between 
the Libraries of the Empire, L.A. (6) 280-298, Discussion 299-301 

C348 FRANCE— NATIONAL (BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE) 

1887 Largest Library in the world, L.J. (12) 291-292 
1892 Havet (J.) National Library of France, L. (4) 277-87 

1894 Cutter (C. A.) Notes on the Bibliotheque Nationale, L.J. (19) 193-94, 289-92 
Macfarlane (J.) National Libraries of Great Britain and France and their 
catalogues, L. (10) 37-41 

1902 Report on the Bibliotheque Nationale, L.J. (27) 262-64 

1907 Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Lit Yr-Bk 678. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 772 

1908 Delisle (L.) Souvenirs de Jeunesse (translated)y L. (N.S.) (9) 201-11, 245-56 

C349 FRANCE— GENERAL 

1898 Macfarlane (J.) Confiscated Libraries of the French Revolution, L. 

(8) 102-4 
1904 F (J. H.) Libraries in France, P.L. (9) 403-4 



142 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1906 Wyer (J. I.) Jnr. Library reform in France, L.J. (31") 2*5-17 

1908 Dana (J. C.) Some French Libraries, P.L. (13) 344-347, (h) in-21 

1909 Turnbull (T. E.) Libraries of France, L.W. (12) 125-127 

FRANCE— SPECIAL 
C350 ABBEVILLE ON THE SOMME 

1883 Allchin (A.) Coninuinal Library of Abbeville on the Somme, y...l.A/..V. 

(4) 75-81 

C 350=1 NANTES 

1904 Faber (R. S.) The Mus^e Dobree at Nantes, /.. (N.S.) 206-224 

C 351 PARIS 

1884 Thomas (E. C.) Popular Libraries of Paris, L.C. (1) 12-15 

1885 Paris Communal Library, L.C. (2) 70-71 

Blackall (C. H.) Some smaller Paris Libraries, L.J. (10) 82-84 

1887 City Libraries of Paris, L.J. (12) 13S-136 

1888 Great Libraries of Paris, L.J. (13) 88-89 
1892 Municipal Libraries of Paris, L. (4) 243-51 

Public Libraries in Paris, L.J. (17) 169-70 

1907 Bowerman (G. F.) Municipal popular Libraries in Paris, P.L. (12) 395-96, 

L.J. (33) 9-13 

C352 TOURS 

1881 Wilson (H.) French provincial Library-Tours, L.A.M.N. (2) 46-50 

C353 GERMANY— GENERAL 

1880 Arnold (G. F.) German Libraries and Librarians, L.J. (5) 131-33 

1887 Dziatzko (C.) Present state of Libraries and Librarianship in Germany, 

I-C. (4) 57-63 

1896 Ambrose (L.) Dr. Dziatzko on German Libraries, L.J. (21) 53-59 

1898 Josephson {A. G. S.) Library progress in Germany, P.L. (3) 126-28 

1899 Schultze (E.) Public Library movement in Germany, L.A.R. (i) 277-85 

1900 Maw (T. E.) German Library system, L.W. (3) 113-17 

1903 L — (E. G.) Financial condition of German Libraries, L.J. (28) 76 

1904 Library items from Germany, P.L. (9) 123 
Norreriberg- (C.) Libraries in Germany, P.L. (9) 365-71 

1906 W (F.) Financial condition of German Libraries, L.J. (31) 274 

1909 Maw (T. E.) German Public Libraries, L.W. (11) 365-367 

GERMANY— SPECIAL 
C354 BERLIN 

1884 Berlin Reading Room, L.J. (9) 139-140 

1907 Past business year of the Royal Library of Berlin, L.W. (10) 137 
Library notes from Germany : Statistics of the Royal Library of Berlin, 

P.L. (12) 394-95 
1907 Konigliche Bibliothek, Lit Yr-Bk 678-679. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 772-773 
1909 Germany's largest Library, L.J. (34) 111-112 

Weitenkampf (F.) Royal Library, Berlin, L.J. (34) 552 

C355 ESSEN, PJIUSSIA 

1902 Hitchler (T.) Krupp Circulating Library at Essen, Prussia, L.J. (27) 
1005-7 

C 355=1 AUSTRIA 

1904 Reyer (E.) Library movement in Austria, L.J. (29) Conf No 85-87 

— Public Libraries in Austria, P.L. (9) 378-79 
1909 Popular reading rooms in Bohemia, L.A.R. (11) 326-327 

C356 GREECE— GENERAL 

1899 Libraries of Greece: Report of U.S. Commissioner of Education, /../. 
(24) ^54 

C357 GREECE— SPECIAL 

1887 Greek Libraries in Zante and Crete. L.J. (12) 288 



LIBRARIES OF DENMARK 



'43 



C358 ITALY— GENERAL 

1879 Balzani (Count Ugo) Reg'ulations of Italian Libraries, L.J. (4) 183-187 
IQ04 Bias^i (G.) Note on Italian Library affairs, L.J. (29) Conf No 57-61 
i()oS Plummer (M. W.) National Congress for the promotion of popular 
Libraries in Italy, L.J. (33) 403 

C359 FLORENCE 

iSSS Kephart (H.) Proposed National Library, Florence, Italy, L.J. (13) 139 
iS()7 Pite (B.) On the Mediceo-Laurentian Library at Venice, 2tid hit Conf 
109-110 

C360 ROME— GENERAL 

U)(J3 Fletcher (O. J.) Libraries of Rome and the facilities for study which they 
offer (abstract), Bih Scty of Chicago, Yr-Bk 1902-1903, 14-19 

C 36d=l ROME— PRIVATE 

iijoS Private Libraries of Rome, L.J. (32) 412-413 

C36I ROME— VATICAN LIBRARY 

i8c)4 Sayle (C.) The Vatican Library, L, (6) 327-343 

ic)oo Bishop (W. W.) Vatican Library : some notes by a student, L.J. (25) 1 10-12 

C362 NETHERLANDS 

1904 Smit (D.) On Dutch Libraries, P.L. (9) 389-391 

1907 Royal Library (Koninklijke Bibliothek), Lit Yr-Bk 679. 1908 ; Lit 
Yr-Bk 773 " 

C363 AMSTERDAM 

1907 Library of the Municipal University, Lit Yr-Bk 680. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 

773 
C364 GRONINGEN 
1907 Library of the Royal University, Lit Yr-Bk 680. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 774 

C365 LEYDEN 

1907 Library of the Royal University, Lit Yr-Bk 680. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 774 

C366 RUSSIA— GENERAL 

1893 Babine (A. V.) Libraries in Russia, L.J. (18) 75-77 

1905 Schools and Libraries in rural Russia, L.J. (30) 928-929 

C367 RUSSIA— NATIONAL 

1889 Hapgood (I.) Imperial Library at St. Petersburg, L.J. (14) 312-14 

1S95 Note on the Imperial Russian Library, L. (7) 179-83 

1905 Fernow (B.) Imperial Library at St. Petersburg, L.J. (30) 800-801 

C368 FINLAND 

i8t}7 Steenberg (A. S.) Libraries in Finland, 2nd Int Conf 140-41 
1904 Granfelt (A. A.) Popular Libraries in Finland, P.L. (9) 396-400 

C369 SCANDINAVIA 

1880 Goudie (G.) Notes on the great Libraries of Scandinavia, L.A.U.K. Trans 

(3) 91-94 
1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Public Libraries in the Northern States of Europe 
(Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland), 2nd Int Conf 135-141 

C370 DENMARK— GENERAL 

i8c)7 Steenberg (A. S.) Libraries in Denmark, 2nd Int Conf 138-140. 1902 : 

P.L. (7) 410-41 1 
1904 - — Recent progress in the popular Libraries of Denmark, and their 
present condition, L.J. (29) Conf No 63-66 
Lange (H. O.) Danish research Libraries, L.J. (29) Conf No 67-70 
Steenberg (A. S.) Public Libraries in Denmark, P.L. (9) 379-382 

C37I DENMARK, SPECIAL— COPENHAGEN 

1908 Copenhagen Library, Lit Yr-Bk 774 



144 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C372 NORWAY— GENERAL 

1880 Goiidie (G.) Libraries in Norway, L.A.U.K. Trans (3) 93-4 

1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Libraries in Norway, 2nd Int Conf 137-38 

1904 Nyhus (H.) Organization of State-supported Libraries in Norway, L.]. 

(29) Conf No 60-63 
1909 Olrik (H.) Public Libraries in Norway, L.A.R. (11) 131 

€373 NORWAY— SPECIAL 

1901 Nyhus (H.) Park Libraries in Norway, L.J. (26) 388 

C374 BERGEN , ^, , 

1898 Briscoe (J. P.) Bergen Public Library, L. (10) 20-24 

C375 CHRISTIANIA 

1880 Goudie (G.) University Library of Christiania, L.A.U.K. Trans (3) 93-4 
1901 Nyhus (H.) A Norwegian Branch Library, L.J. (26) 864 

C376 SWEDEN— GENERAL 

1880 Goudie (G.) Libraries of Sweden, L.A.U.K. Trans (3) 92-93 
1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Libraries of Sweden, 2nd Int Conf 135-37 
1904 Anderson (A.) Research Libraries of Sweden, L.J. (29) Conf No 71-84 
Lundstedt (B.) Swedish Libraries, P.L. (9) 382-84 1.; 

SWEDEN— SPECIAL 
C377 GOTHENBURG 
1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Town Library of Gothenburg, 2nd Int Conf 136-7 

C378 LUND 

1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Royal University Library of Lund, 2nd Int Conf 136 

C379 STOCKHOLM , r r, / !•-<''. 

1880 Goudie (G.) Royal Library of Stockholm, L.A.U.K. Trans (3) 92-93 
1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Royal Library of Stockholm, 2nd Int Conf 135-6 

— Library of the Working Men's Institute, 2nd Int Conf 137 
1904 Society for Public Libraries and reading rooms in Stockholm, P.L. (9) 24 

C380 UPSALA 

1880 Goudie (G.) Royal University Library of Upsala, L.A.U.K. Trans (3} 93 
1897 Steenberg (A. S.) Royal Ll^niversity of Upsala, 2nd Int Conf 136 

C38I ICELAND 

1904 Book collections in Iceland : account of Libraries in Iceland, L.J. (29) 17-19 

C382 SWITZERLAND— GENERAL 

1904 Library items from Switzerland, P.L. (9) 23 

Hawley (M. E.) Swiss Libraries, P.L. (9) 392-95 

C383 SWITZERLAND— SPECIAL 

1887 Bancroft (J.) A Famous Library: St. Gall, Switzerland, L.J. (12) 289-291 

C384 TURKEY— CONSTANTINOPLE 

1885 Riggs (E.) Library of the Mosque of St. Sophia, Constantinople, L.J. 
(10) 106 

C385 INDIA— CALCUTTA, GOVERNMENT LIBRARY 

1904 Imperial Library at Calcutta, India, P.L. (9) 413-14 

C386 CEYLON— GOVERNMENT 

1895 Joseph (G. A.) Old MSS. and the Government Oriental Library of Ceylon, 

L. (7) 269-74 . ' ' 

1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 186 
1907 Libraries of Ce3flon, Lit Yr-Bk 677. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 771 

C387 BURMAH— RANGOON, PUBLIC 

1889 Burmese Public Librarv, Bernard Free Library, Rangoon, L./. (14) 441 



LIBRARIES OF AUSTRALIA 145 



C 387=1 SIAM— BANGKOK 



'J ■ ; > I / ■^ II ■; • ^ ' '' 



1887 Cost (M. L.) Oriental Libraries : Banj^kok, Siaiii, L.J. (12) 256 

€388 FAR EAST— GENERAL 

1887 DoLit,'-Ias (R. K.) F.ihr.'irir- in the Far Fast, r..C. (4) 63-68 

C389 CHINA 

1880 Axon (VV. \i. .\.) Notes on Chinese Libraries, L.J. (5) 6-10, 35-37 

1883 Douglas (R. K.) Chinese Libraries, L.A.U.K. Trans (6) 40-44 

1906 Seaman (Dr.) A Notable Library, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 2, 10 

1907 Wood (M. E.) Library work in a Chines-.' citv, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf 

No 84-87 

SPECIAL— HONG KONG 

1907 Libraries of Hong Kong, Lit Yr-Bk 077. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 771 
1909 Boone College Library, Wurhang, China, L J. (34) 54-55 

€ 390 JAPAN 

1882 Pfoundes (C.) Japanese Libraries and Books, L.A. M.S. (3) 17S-180 

1904 Libraries in Japan, P.L. (9) 407-8 

1909 Sano (T.) Public Library in Japan, P.L. (14) 214-215 

C391 STRAITS SETTLEMENTS 

1907 Libraries of the Straits .Settlements, Lit Yr-Bk 677. i()o8: Lit Yr-Bk 671 

C392 NORTH AFRICA— EGYPT 

190 1 The oldest Library, Lib Occ No 8, 8-9 

SOUTH AFRICA 
C393 CAPE COLONY 

1890 Todd (D. P.) South African Public Library : Cape Town, L.J. (15) Conf 

No 48-50 
1894 Public Libraries in Cape Colony, Greenwood's Public Libraries 523-524 
1897 Leibbrandt (H. C. V.) Education and libraries of the Cape of Good Hope, 
2nd hit Conf 179-93 
Lawrence (P, M.) Public Libraries in South Africa, L. (9) 1-16 

1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) i83>-i84 

1901 Public Libraries at the Cape, L.A.R. (3) 367-68 

Dyer (B. L.) War and the Library — stray notes, L. J. (3) 97-101 

1902 — ■ Literature at the Cape seventy years ago, L.A.R. (4) 366-70 
1904 — Public Library conditions in South Africa, P.L. (9) 409-412 

1907 Libraries of Cape Colony, Lit Yr-Bk 676. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 770-771 

C394 NATAL 

1900 Boos^ (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (A'..S.) (i) 180 
1907 Libraries in Natal, Lit Yr-Bk 676. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 771 

C395 RHODESIA 

1907 Libraries in Rhodesia, Lit Yr-Bk 676. 1908: /,// Yr-Bk 771 

C 396 MAURITIUS 

1907 Libraries in Mauritius, Lit Yr-Bk 677. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 771 

C397 AUSTRALIA— GENERAL 

1884 Holgate (C. W.) Account of Libraries in Australia and Tasmania, L.A. 

Trans (7) 74-1 16 
1894 Public Libraries in Australasia, Greenwood's Public Libraries 514 
1897 Sinclair (S.) Australian Museum Library, 2nd hit Conf 207-208 

1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 123-128, 179- 181 

1901 Australasian Libraries subsidised by Government, L.A. of Australasia 

Proceedings Ixxiv-lxxvi . , 

C398 SOUTH AUSTRALIA 

1901 Suburban and county institutes of South Australia, L..L of Australasia 

Proceedings Iviii-lx 
1907 South Australian Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk by^,. iqnS : Lit Yr^Bk 769 



146 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBKAKY ECONOMY 



C399 WESTERN AUSTRALIA— GENERAL 

1907 Libraries of Western Australia, Lit Yr-Bk 676. igo8 : Lit Yr-Bk 770 

C400 QUEENSLAND 

u)oo Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 126 
1907 Libraries in Queensland, Lit Yr-Bk 675. 190S : Lit Yr-Bk 769 

C401 NEW SOUTH WALES— GENERAL 

iS()7 Anderson (H. C". L.) Library work in New South Wales, 2iid h\i Conf 
93-96, Discussion 236 

1900 Boos^ (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 124-125 

1901 Anderson (H. C. L.) National Library in relation to country Libraries 

and students, L.A. of Atisiralasia Proceedings xvi-xviii 
1904 Winceyer (M.) Libraries in New South Wales, P.L. (9) 412-413 
1907 Libraries in New South Wales, Lit Yr-Bk 675. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 769 

NEW SOUTH WALES— SPECIAL 
C402 SYDNEY 

1897 Banff (H. E.) Library of the L^niversity of Sydney, 2iid Int Conf 196-198 

C403 VICTORIA— GENERAL 

190 1 Boys (R. D.) Public Lending Library of Victoria, L.A. of Australasia 

Proceedings xxxix-xliv 
1907 Victoria Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 675-676. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 770 

VICTORIA— SPECIAL 
C404 MELBOURNE 

1S97 Love (E. F. J.) Library facilities of scientific investigation in Melbourne, 
2nd Int Conj 204 

1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. {N.S.) (i) 124 

1901 Melville (A. G.) Thirty years in a Melbourne Library, L.A. of Australasia 

Proceedings Ixvi-Ixvii 

C405 TASMANIA— GENERAL 

1884 Holgate (C. W.) Account of the Libraries in Tasmania, L.A. U.K. Trans 

(7) 74-116 
1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (1) 127-S 
1907 Libraries of Tasmania, Lit Yr-Bk 675. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 770 

C406 NEW ZEALAND— GENERAL 

1897 Rowe (T. W.) Public Libraries in New Zealand, 2nd Int Conf 199-200 

1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. (N.S.) (i) 179-180 

1904 Baillie (H.) Library work in New Zealand, L.J. (29) Conf No 89-91 

1907 New Zealand Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 676. 1908 : Lit Yr-Bk 770 

NEW ZEALAND— SPECIAL 
C407 AUCKLAND 

1885 Holgate (C. W.) Auckland Free Public Library, L.C. (3) 115-119 

1897 Shillington (E.) Auckland Free Library, 2nd Int Conf 201-203 
1900 Boose (J. R.) Libraries of Greater Britain, L. {N.S.) (i) 180 

C408 WELLINGTON 

1908 Baillie (H.) Short account of work of New Zealand Libraries- Wellington 

Public Library as an example, A. L.A. Bull (2) 143-146 

C409 HONOLULU 

1898 Creighton (J. B.) Honolulu Library, L.J. (23) 575-76 

1905 Hiilebrand (H. L.) Honolulu Library and Reading Room Association, 

L.J. (30) Conf No 140 

C410 MALAYSIA— PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

1905 McKee (S.) American Library in Manila, P.L. (10) 472-3 

Hiilebrand (H.) Libraries in Hawaii, L.J. (30) Conf No 140-1 

1908 McKee (S.) Library work; its opportunities and developments In the 
Philippines, L.J. (33) 438-440 
— American Circulating Library of Manila, A. L.A. Bull (2) 254-257 



VNIVERSITY LIBRARIES 147 



COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES— GENERAL (History, 

Methods of Administration, etc.) 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. College Libraries in the United States, 

U.S. Govt Kept 60-126 
Robinson (O. H.) College Library administration, C.S. Govt Kept 505-25 
Bowker (R. R.) Learning to read in College, L.J. (2) 60-62 
College Letters from 19 Colleges, L.J. (2) 67-75 
Winsor (J.) College Library and the classes, L.J. (3) 5-6 
— College and other higher Libraries, L.J. (4) 399-402 
Green (S. S.) Relation of the Public Library to the Public Schools, L.J. 

(5) ^35-'J36 
Cutter (C. A.) Government pamphlet on College Librarits, L.J. (5) 179-S2 
College Reading Rooms, L.J. (5) 310-31 1 

Davis (T. K.) College Library and the College, L.J. (10) 100-103 
Guild (R. A.) College Libraries. L.J. (10) 216, 327 
Fletcher (W. L) Report on College Libraries, L.J. (10) 267-269 
Woodruff (E. H.) University Libraries and seminary methods of 

instruction, L.J. (11) 219-224, Discussion 371-372, 435-436 
Dewev (M.) Libraries the true l^niversities for scholars as well as the 

people, L.N. (I'.S.) (i) 49-50 
Clarke (E. E.) Departmental arrangement of College Libraries, L.J. (14) 

340-43 
Hull (C. H.) Subject catalogues in College Libraries, L.J. (15) 167-171 

Ambrose (L.) Study of College Libraries, L.J. (18) 113-119 

Little (G. T.) School and College Libraries, L.J. (18) 431-33 

Poole (W. F.) University Library and University curriculum, L.J. (iS) 

470-71 
Flint (W.) Statistics of Public Libraries in the United States and Canada, 

U.S. Govt Kept 
Rowell (J. C.) College Libraries and their relation to the public, /../. 

Koopman (H. L.) Functions of a University Library, L.J. (19) Conf No 

24-30, Discussion 151-152 
Harris (G. W.) Notes on the government and control of College Libraries, 

L.J. (22) Conf No 55-57 
Whitaker (A. E.) College Library in education, P.L. (2) 347-48 
Baker (G. H.) Relation of seminary and department Libraries to the 

general University Library, L.J. (23) Conf No 103-6 
Adler (C.) Relation of the publishing department of a University to its 

Library, L.J. (2;^) Conf No 106 
James (M. J.) What proportion of its funds is a College Library justified 

in devoting to current periodicals? L.J. (23) Conf No 45-49 
Little (G. T.) Library and the small College, L.J. (24) Conf No 50-53 
Lord (L E.) College Library versus University Library, L.J. (25) Conf 

No 45-49 
Williams (H.) College Libraries in the LInited States, N.Y.S.L. Kept 

Bibiiograph No 19 (Sj^) 610-655 
Bishop (W. W.) Problem of the departmental system of University 

Libraries, L.J. (26) 14-18 
Hopkins (A. H.) Organization and administration of Iniversity Libraries, 

P.L. (7) 297-99 
Functions of a Iniversity Library, L.W. (5) 264-65 

Baldwin (E. G.) Some old forgotten School Libraries, L.J. (29) 175-79 
Canfield (J. H.) Library of the American University, P.L. (9) 385-88 
Rowell (J. C.) On the distribution of income in the College Library, L.J. 

(30) Conf No 84-86 
Replies to questions concerning College Library administration, A.L.A. 

Bull (i) Conf No 261-266 
Carlton (W. N. C.) College Libraries in the mid 19th centurv, L.J. (1,2) 

479-86 
Daniels (J. F.) Indeterminate functions of a College Library, L.J. (32) 

487-9^ 
Briggs (W. B.) Reference work in Public and in College Libraries : a 

comparison and a contrast, L.J. (32) 492-95 
Dutj' free importation of books by College and incorporated Libraries, 

L.J. (32) 502-4 
Kerr (W. H.) Developing a College Library, P.L. (12) 214-17 



148 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Graham (R. O.) Library and the small College, P.L. (12) 218-20 
Wilson (L. N.) Correlation of the Library and other departments of 
College and Universities, P.L. (12) 220-21 

1908 Richardson (E. C.) Open shelves for University Libraries, A.L.A. Bull 

(2) 323-327 
Bishop (W .\V.) Amount of help to be given to readers, A.L.A. Bull (2) 

327-332, L.J. (7,3) 264-2^8 
Koch (T. W.) Apportionment of book funds in College and University 

Libraries. A.L.A. Bull (2) 341-347 
Austen (VV.) University Branch Libraries, L.J. (33) 220-222 
Lane (W. C.) Central bureau of information and loan collection for 

College Libraries, L.J. (33) 429-433 
Babine (A. V.) Problems of a College Library, P.L. (13) 340-342 

1909 Butlin (I. M.) Honour system in College Libraries, L.J. (34) 162-164 

COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C412 ABERDEEN 

1900 Wishart (J. W.) University Library at Aberdeen, L.W. (2) 141, 173-75, 

C413 CAMBRIDGE— GENERAL 

1877 Robarts (C. H.) University Libraries as national institutions, L.J. (2) 
129-140, 248-251 

1901 College Libraries of Cambridge, L.W. (3) 208-9 

C414 CAMBRIDGE— SPECIAL 

18S2 Bradshaw (H.) Some account of the organization of the Cambridge 

University Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 229-37 
1904 Aldis (H. G.) Organization and methods of the Cambridge University 

Library, L.A'.R. (7) 625-36, Discussion 545-47 

C4I5 CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE LIBRARY 

1891 Lewis (S. S.) Library of Corpus Christi College, L. (3) 121-25 

C416 EMANUEL COLLEGE LIBRARY 

1882 Pearson (J. B.) Emanuel College I^ibrary, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 242-43 

C417 TRINITY COLLEGE LIBRARY 

1882 Sinker (R.) Trinity College Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (5) 144-48 

C418 CHICAGO UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1892 Dixson (Z. A.) Library of the Chicago University, L.J. (17) 50-51 
1^95 — ' Departmental Libraries of the University of Chicago, L.J. (20) 375-77 

C419 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1907 Canfield (J. H.) Special Students' Reference Room at the Columbia 
University, P.L. (12) 217-18 

C420 CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1893 Austin (W.) Reference, seminarv and department Libraries at Cornell 

University, L.J. (18) 181-83 

C421 EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1880 Small (J.) Historical sketch of the Library of the Edinburgh University, 
L.A.U.K. Trans (3) 95-103 

C422 ETON COLLEGE LIBRARY 

1891 Thackeray (F. St. J.) Notes on the Library at Eton College, L. (3) 54-58 

C423 GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1898 Dickson (Prof.) Glasgow University Librarv : its growth b}' donations, 
L. (8) 381-93 

C424 LANCASHIRE SCHOOL LIBRARIES 

1886 Christie (R. C.) Old Church and School Libraries of Lancashire, L.C, 
(3) 15-17 



, EC,CH!:.SIASTICAL LIBRARIES 149 



C425 LONDON UNIVERSITY 

iqo4 Baker (E. A.) Library uf the University of London, L.W. (6) 207-9 
M)09 Chambers (R. N.) Library of the University College of London, L.A.R. 
(") 35»-35^- discussion 361-363 

C426 MANCHESTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL LIBRARY 

1X79 Sutton (C. W.) Manchester Graniniar School Library, L.A.L.K, Trans 
(2) 126 

C427 LANCASHIRE INDEPENDENT COLLEGE LIBRARY, MANCHESTER 

1S79 Sutton (C. W.) Lancashire Independent College, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 126 

C428 OWENS COLLEGE LIBRARY 

1S79 Kay (J. T.) Owens College Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 116-17. 1893: 
^- (S) 20-33 

C 429 NEBRASKA 

1904 Nichol (M. W.) College Library in Nebraska, L.J. (29) 294-1)7 

C430 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1901 New York I'niversity Library, P.L. (6) 239-47 

C 430=1 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 

1894 Ambrose (L.) Orrington Lunt Library, L.J. {19) 33S-340 

C431 OXFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES 

1877 Robarts (C. H.) University Libraries as National Libraries, J^.J. (2) 

129-140, 248-251 

1878 Thomas (E. C.) Libraries of Oxford, L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 24-2S 

C432 BODLEIAN LIBRARY 

1902 Bodleian Library Tercentenary, L.W. (5) 113-110 

C433 RADCLIFFE LIBRARY 

1878 Acland (Sir H. W.) Foundation and progress of the Kadcliffe Library, 
L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 29-31 

C434 PRINCETON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

i<)oo Richardson (E. C.) Princeton University Library and its reorganization, 
L.J. (25) 219-22 

C435 ROCHESTER UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1877 RobinsQn (O. H.) College Libraries and Semi-Public Libraries. The 

Rochester University Library, L.J. (12) 57-60 

C436 SION COLLEGE LIBRARY, LONDON 

1890 Milman (W. H.) Library of Sion College, L. (2) 55-64 

C437 SURGEONS, ROYAL COLLEGE OF 

1889 Bailey (J. B.) Library of the Royal College of Surgeons in England, L. 

(i) 249-61 

C438 YALE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

1890 Yale's New University building, L.J. (15) 233 

C439 ECCLESIASTICAL LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1876 Theological Libraries in the United States, U.S. Govt Rept 127-37 

Sumner (J. S.) Theologigal Libraries in the United States, U.S. Govt 
Rept 137-160 

1878 Reynolds (H. E.) Our Cathedral Libraries, L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 32-43 
1882 Clizbe (J.) A Church Library, L.J. (7) 86 

1885 Richardson (E. C.) Report on Theological Libraries, L.J. (10) 269 
1889 Taylor (J.) First Free Protestant Library in England, L.J. (14) 477 
1S90 — • Monastic Scriptorium, L. (2) 237-44, 282-91 

Winsor (J.) Cathedral and other English Libraries, L.J. (15) 332-33 



150 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



igor Bray Clerical Libraries, L.A.R. {3) 29-31 

1904 Morgan (A.) Monastic Libraries, L.A.R. (6) 290-97 

1909 — Monastic book-making, L.A.R. (11) 303-320 

Savage (E. A.) Care of books in early Irish Monastic Libraries, L. (N.S.) 
(10) 362-370 

ECCLESIASTICAL LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C440 LANCASHIRE 

188^ Christie (R. C.) Old Church and School Libraries of Lancashire, L.A.U.K. 
Trans (6) 45-57. 1886: L.C. (13) 15-17 

C441 LINCOLN CATHEDRAL LIBRARY 

1893 Maddison (A. R.) Lincoln Cathedral Library, L. (6) 303-12 

C442 MANCHESTER 

1879 Sutton (C. W.) Bible Christian Church Library, Salford, L.A.U.K. Trans 
(2) 125 
— Manchester Cathedral Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 126 

C443 ODENWALD, BAVARIA 

1901 Axon (W. E. A.) Church Library at Michelstadt in Odenwald, L, (N.S.) 
(2) 405-412 

C444 VATICAN LIBRARY, ROME 

1894 Sayle (C.) Vatican Library, L. (6) 327-43 

1900 Bishop (W. W.) Vatican Library: some notes by a student, L.J. (25) 

1 1 (I- 1 1 2 

C445 WELLS CATHEDRAL LIBRARY 

1901 Wells Cathedral Library, L.A.R. (3) 86-87 

1906 Williams (T. W.) Wells Cathedral Library, L.A.R. (8) 372-77 

C446 CHAINED LIBRARIES 

1889 Blades (W.) On Chained Libraries, L. (i) 411-16 

1891 Brassington (W. S.) Additional notes to Blades' " Bibliographical Miscel- 
lanies," No 3, 4, 5. Books in Chains, L. (3) 270-73, 441-45 

1906 Links with the past : an ancient Public Library -Wimborne, B.A.R. (3) 

xxv-xxvi 

UNITED STATES— LIBRARIES OF HISTORICAL SOCIETIES 
C447 GENERAL 

1876 Homes (H. A.) Historical Societies in the United States, U.S. Govt Kept 
312-25 
Fletcher (W. I.) General conditions respecting historical research, U.S. 

Govt Rept 325-32 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Sketches of individual societies. U.S. 
Govt Rept 332-77 

C448 SPECIAL 

1887 Chicago, Boss (H. R.) Chicago Historical Library, L.J. (12) 72 

1891 Wisconsin. State Historical Society Library, Thwaites (R. G.), L.J. (i6) 

203-207 

1892 Illinois. State Historical Library, L.J. (17) 244 

1893 Hartlepool, Conn. Wadsworth Athenaeum Library, L.J. (18) 12-13 
Minnesota. Historical Society : Collection of newspapers and society 

publications, L.J. (18) 80-81 
.St. Louis Historical .Society Library, , /.,/. (18) 80-81. Collection of 
newspapers and society pulilications 

1907 Crandall (F. A.) Library of Public Documents in the Office of the 

Superintendent of Documents, L.J. (32) 203-6 

C449 HOSPITAL LIBRARIES 

1895 lylor (D.) Hospital Libraries, L. (7) 347-352 

1899 Loomis (M. L. W.) Plan for a Hospital Library, /,./. C24) no 



MEDICAL LIBRARIES vji 



1904 Hospital Libraries in the fielcf, L.A.R. (6) 261-262 

Klotz (H. G.) Brief history of the Library of the Physicians to the 
(icrman Hospital and Dispensary of the Citv of New York, Med Lib and 
Hist Jnl (2) 43-46 

VVinfield (J. M.) Presentation of the Library of the Physicians to the 
(iernian Hospital' and Dispensary, New York, to the Library of the 
Medical Society of the County of Kings, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 46-48 

1905 Myers (G. W.) Medical Libraries in Hospitals, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (3) 

282-287 
1907 Packard (F. R.) Karly Medical Libraries in America : being" an account of 
the origin and growth of the Libraries of the Pennsylvania Hospital and 
of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Med Lib and Hist Jul (3) 
96-108 

For Medical Libraries — History- and Adininislralion, sec ('453 

C450 HOUSEHOLD LIBRARIES 

1896 Cutler (M. S.) Home Libraries, L.J. (21) 60-62 

1899 White (H.) On the value of Home Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 27-29 

C451 LAW LIBRARIES 

1S76 Griswold (S. B.) Law Libraries in the lulled States, U.S. Govt Rept 

ibi-170 
1881 Douthwaitf (W. R.) Libraries of the Inn> of Court, L.A.i.K. Trans 

(4) ^7-3t> 
— Notes on the Gray's Inn Library, L.A.M.iS. (2) 2-7 
18S7 Pollock (F.) Use and ordering of Law Libraries. L.C. (4) 11-17 

1906 Classification of Law at the LIniversity of California, L.J. (31) 147-148 

1907 Gilbert (F. B.) Special functions of a Law Library, A.L.A. Bull (i) 92-96 
Report of Committee on exchange of legal publications, A.L.A. Bull (i) 

251-252 
Berry (W. ]. C.) Law Classification under the author arrangement, 

A.L.A. Bull (i) 257-258 
Wire (G. E.) Subject classification of text-books in Law Libraries, A.L.A. 

Bull (i) 258-260 

C452 LIBRARIES FOR THE BLIND 

1887 Briscoe (J. P.) Libraries for the blind, L.C. (4) 68-71 

1906 Allen (E. E.) Library work for the blind, L.J. (31) 8-1 1 

Dickinson (A. D.) National Library for the blind. L.J. (31) 218, L.L. (11) 
308-309 

1907 Thomson (J.) Library work amongst the Blind. A.L.A, Bull (i) 46-47 

C453 MEDICAL LIBRARIES 

1876 Billings (J. S.) Medical Libraries in the Ignited Slates, U.S. Rept 171-182 
1879 Cullingworth (C. f.) Manchester Medical Societv's LIbrarv, L..4. Traris 

1SS9 Bailey (J. B.) Library of the Royal College ol Surgeons in England, L. 

(i)'249-26i_ 
1899 Medical section in the Indianapolis Public Library, P.L. (4) 85-86 
1901 Griffith (L. M.) .Some things of general interest in the Bristol Medical 

Library, L.A.R. (3) 285-297, 341-352 
1903 Winfield (J. M. T.) Brief account of the Library of the Medical Society 

of the County of Kings, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (1) 27-32 
Browne (J. S.) A few hints on Medical Library administration, Med Lib 

atid Hist Jnl (i) 33-34 
Huntington (A. T.) Practical system of classification for Medical 

Libraries, large or small, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (i) 35-43 
Fisher (C. P.) Remarks on Library management, Med Lib and Hist Jnl 

(i) 124-126 
Chadwick (J. R.) The Boston Medical Library, ill., Med Lib and Hist 

Jnl (i) 127-135 
Myers (G. W.) Dusting the Library, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (i) 135-136 
Fisher (C. P.) Typewriter in cataloguing and shelf-listing, ill., Med Lib 

and Hist Jnl (i) 201-206 
Huntington (A. T.) Completing periodical files and the use of card check 

lists, Med Lib and Llist Jnl (i) 281-284 



152 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Hunting^ton (A. T.) Medical Library movement in the United States, 

Med Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 43-46 
VVinfield (J. M.) Medical Library as a factor in medical education, Med 

Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 183-187 
Taylor (L. H.) Medical Libraries in smaller cities, Med Lib and Hist Jnl 

(2) 187-192 

1904 Bunnell (A.) New \ork State Medical Library, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 

195-197 

Fisher (C. P.) Medical Libraries, medical publishers, and the medical 
profession, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 192-195 

Noyes (M, C.) Sketch of the Library of the Medical and Chirurgical 
Faculty of the State of Maryland, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 317-320 

Klotz (H. G.) Brief history of the Library of the Physicians to the Ger- 
man Hospital and Dispensary of the Cit\'^ of New York, Med Lib and 
Hist Jnl (2) 43-46 

Winfield (J. M.) Presentation of the Library of the Physicians to the 
German Hospital and Dispensary, New York, to the Library of the 
Medical Society of the County of Kings, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (2) 46-48 

1905 Davidow (A. D.) Medical Libraries, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (3) 45-99 
Krauss (VV. C.) Need of a Medical Library in Buffalo, Med Lib and Hist 

Jnl (3) 127-140 
Dock (G.) Medical Library of the University of Michigan, Med Lib and 

Hist Jnl (3) 165-173 
Wolfstein (D. F.) Value of the Medical Library to the Community, Med 

Lib and Hist Jnl (3) 198-207 
Myers (G. W.) Medical Libraries in hospitals, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (3) 

282-287 

1906 Prideaux (W. R. B.) Medical Libraries of London, L.A.R. (8) 405-422 
Fisher (C. P.) Some points in the interior arrangement and construction 

of a building for a special Library, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (4) 107-112 
Garrison (F". H.) Sketch of the Library of the Surgeon-General's Office, 
Med Lib and Hist Jnl {4) 21 1-2 16 

1907 Ranck (S. H.) Use of Medical Libraries, .4.L..'L Bull (i) Conf No 169-174 
Fisher (C. P.) Should the size and growth of a Medical Library be 

restricted? Med Lib and Hist Jnl (5) 34-35 
Packard (F. R.) Early Medical Libraries in America : being an account 

of the origin and growth of the Pennsylvania Hospital and of the College 

of Physicians of Philadelphia, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (5) 96-108 
Fisher (C. P.) How much is the Library appreciated? Med Lib and Hist 

Jnl (5) 109-110 
Huntington (A. T.) Association of Medical Librarians : past, present and 
'I future, Med Lib and Hist Jnl (5) 111-123 

Ranck (S. H.) Medical departments in Public Libraries, Med Lib and 

Hist Jnl (5) 210-220 
Browning- (\V.) Medical history repositories : a suggestion, Med Lib and 

Hist Jnl (sj 287-291 

1908 Farlow (J. W.) Medical Library and its contents. The Aesculapian (i) 

No I, 43-52 
Black (C. E.) Story of one Medical Library, P.L. (13) 397-401 
See also Hospital Libraries C 449 

C454 MILITARY LIBRARIES 

1876 Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries for soldiers, VS. Govt Kept 

273-76 
1900 Carter (B.) Military libraries, L. W. (2) 233-35 
1907 Heckman (F. B.) Libraries in the United States Army, L.J. (32) 68-69 

C455 NAVAL LIBRARIES 

1876 Nourse (J. H.) Naval Observatory Library, U.S. Govt Rept 267-68 

Karney (T.) L'nited States Naval Academy Library, U.S. Govt Rept 268-9 
Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries for soldiers and sailors, L'..S. 
Govt Rept 273-76 
1900 Carter (B.) Naval Libraries, L.W. (2) 290-92 

1907 Heckman (F. B.) Libraries in the United States Armv and Naw, L.J. 
(32) 68-69 

C456 LIGHTHOUSE LIBRARIES 

1885 A. I>. Lighthouse Libraries, L.J. (10) 31 



ENDOWED LIBRARIES 153 



C457 PRISON LIBRARIES 

1876 Warren (S. R.) atid S. N. Clark. Libraries in Prisons and Reformatories, 
U.S. Govt Rept 218-229 

1899 Se'iby (W. L.) Prison Libraries : an hitherto undeveloped field of English 

librarianship, L.A. (i) 187-190 
White (H.) On the value of Prison Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 27-29 

1900 Harvey (W.) A peep into a Prison Library, L.W. (2) 183-84 

C458 REFORMATORY SCHOOL LIBRARIES 

1876 Warren (S. R.) and S. N. Clark. Libraries in Prisons and Reformatories, 

U.S. Govt Rept 218-229 
1907 Farr (M. P.) A Library in a Reform School, P.L. (12) 234-35 

C459 INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL LIBRARIES 

1881 Humphrey (G. R.) Workmen's or factory libraries, L. A.M.N. (2) 53-58 
1884 Shop Libraries and Reading Rooms, L.J. (9) 87 
* 1892 Samuelson (J.) A Famous Industrial Library, L. (4) 188-189 

1896 Owen (E.) Workmen's Libraries in Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire, 

L. (8) 1-14 

1904 Lee (G. W.) A Private Business Library and Information Bureau (Library 

of Stone & Webster, of Boston), L.]. (29) 591 

C460 RAILWAY LIBRARIES 

1884 Freeman (J.) Canadian Pacific Railroad Co. 's Library and Reading Room, 
L.J. (9) 115, 120 

1897 Ranck (S. H.) Railroad or Travelling Libraries, L./. (22) 10-13 

1905 Riebenach (M.) Railway Libraries, L./. (30) 927-28 

C461 SCIENTIFIC LIBRARIES 

1876 Gill (T.) Scientific Libraries in the United States, L''.5. Govt Rept 183-217 

C462 SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1878 Briscoe (J. P.) Subscription Libraries in connection with Free Public 

Libraries. L.A.U.K. Trans (i) 19-23 
18S0 Harrison (R.) Dr. Priestley, and his relations to Proprietarv Libraries,. 

L..4.M.A. (i) 7-21 
1893 Cutter (C. A.) Proprietary Libraries and their relation to Public Libraries^ 

L.J. (18) 247-48 
1907 Bolton (C. K.) tree Public Libraries as promoters of Subscriptioa 

Libraries, P.L. (12) 175 
1909 Relative service of Subscription and Free Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 226-228 
Subscription Library and the State, N.Y.L. (i) 226-228 

C463 SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 

i9t)o Clarke (A.) The Reputed first circulating Subscription Librarx^ in London^ 
L. (A-..S.) (I) 274-89 

Booklovers' Library 

190^ Gill (F. H.) Booklovers' Library : its organization and sv^stem of distribu- 
tion, P.L. (8) 257-61 

C464 ENDOWED LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
Bethnal Cireen, London 

1890 Hilchen (G. F.) An East-End Library, L. (2) 174-77 

Bethnal (ireen — Toynbee Hal! 
i8c)3 Hales (S.) Toynbee Hall, L. (5) 177-89 

People's Palace, Mile End 
1890 James (M. S. R.) People's Palace Library, L. (2) 341-51 
1S93 — People's Palace and its Library, L.J. (18) 427-30 

Cripplegate Institute, London 
1900 Ward (A. T.) Cripplegate Institute and \\'est City Free Libraries 

Rylands Library, Manchester 
1899 John Ryland-^ Library, Manchester, L.A.R. (i) 564-71, 679-88, L.J. (24) 
621-23 



154 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C465 CLUB AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

18S5 Smith (S.) Club and Institute Libraries, L.C. (2) 28-33 

CLUB AND SOCIETY LIBRARIES— SPECIAL 
C466 ALPINE CLUB 

1886 Polloclv (F.) Library of the Alpine ("kib, L.T. (3) i.i'>-M'> 

C467 MANCHESTER 

1879 Sutton (C. \\.) MaiK-lKNtcr Alhon.eum Library, L.A.l .K. Tnuis (2) 126 

— Manchester Lit(>rary ("lub and other Societies, L.A.l'.K. Trans (2) 129 

— Friends' Meelini^ liouse and Institute, L.A.l'.K. Trans (2) 125 

— Literary and Philosophical Society's Library, L.A.l'.K. Trans (2) 126 

— ALanchest(r Mechanics Institution, L.A.li.K. Trans (2) 127 

— \Lar.cht;ster Portico Library, L.A.L'.K. Trans (2) T28 
('ulHntcworth {C J.) Manchester Medical Society's Library, L.A.U.K. 

Trans (2) 127 

C469 NEW YORK 

1889 New York Club Libraries . L.J. (14) 88-89 

C470 NATIONAL LIBERAL CLUB 

i8yo Hutton (A. W.) A Political Club Library : 'I"he Gladstone Library at the 
National Liberal Club. /.. (2) 77-8(1 

C471 POLYTECHNIC LIBRARIES 

i8qS Carter (A. H.) Polytechnic and I'ublic Libraries of London, L.A. (i) 16-19 

C 472 YOUNli MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LIBRARIES 

1876 Brainerd (C.) Libraries of fhv Young- Men's Christian Associations, U.S. 

Govt ReM j8t)-88 
1885 Poole (R. B.) Libraries of the Y.ALC.A., /../. (10) 221 

C473 YOUNG MEN'S MERCANTILE LIBRARIES 

1876 Perkins (F. B.) Youni; ^[en's Mercantili! Libraries, I'.S. Govt Rept 378-85 

<:474 YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LIBRARIES IX 
UNITED STATES 

i8()2 Cattell (S. W.) Work in Younj^' Women's Christian Association Libraries, 
]„]. (17) Conf N(^ 91-92. 1894: 1..]. (iq) 121-124 

C475 WOMEN'S CLUB LIBRARIES IN THE UNITED STATES 

1885 Women's Club Libraries, L.j. ( ro) 2^.^ 

C476 PRIVATE LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

J878 Wheatley (B. R.) Desultory thouj:;-hts on the arranoement of a Private 

Library, L.]. (3) 211-ib 
1885 Richards (H. C.) City Libraries, L.C. (2) 15-17 
1893 Hedeler (G.) Projected list of Private Libraries, L.j. (j8) 475 
.1895 Edmond (J. P.) Plea for Private Libraries, L. (7) 211-2T5 

1899 Crawford (Earl of) Private Library and the individu.il i-oUcctor : Presi- 

dential address, L.A.R. (i) 572-70 

1900 Clarke (A. L.) Rc^puted first circul.itlni,^ Library in London, /.. {N.S.) (i) 

274-^97 , 

Axon (W. E. A.) London circulatmi^ Library in 1743, L. (A.,S.) (i) 377-378 
Layard (G. S.) Poolinj,^ of Priv.ite Libraries, L. (N.S.) (i) 245-253 

PRIVATE LIBRARIES OF AMERICA 
C477 BIBLIOGRAPHY 

nH>\t) Ford (P. L.) Biblioj^raph} of Private Libraries, /,./. (14) 3()()-7 

C 478 BOSTON 

ic)04 Lee (G. \\'.) A Private busine^.s Library and information bureau (Library 
of Stone & Webster, Boston), /../. (29) 591 

C 479 BROOKLYN 

iHSS Ford (P, L.) Private Libraries of Brcxiklyn, L.J. (13) 296 



PRIVATE UBJiAKIES 155 



C 480 NEW YORK , 

i88<) Ford (P. L.) Private Libraries of New York, L.J. (14) 20-22, 83-84, 111-112 

C481 ST. LOUIS 

i8()2 St. Louis Private Libraries, L.J. (17) 454-56 

PRIVATE LIBRARIES 
C48i ALTHORP LIBRARY 

1884 Bruce (Lord Charles) Althorp Library, L.A.U.K. Trans (7) 51-60. 1885 : 

L.C. (2) 6-15 
1892 Millard (G. M.) Spencer Library at Althorp, L.J. (17) 384-S5 

C483 BONAPARTE LIBRARY 

1898 Bonaparte Library, /.. (8) 248-51 

C484 CHATSWORTH LIBRARY 

i8c)S Ci'owther (\\'.) C'hatsworth and its Library, L. (8) 439-44 

C485 CHESSHYRE'S LIBRARY 

1871) Axon (W. E. A.) Sir John Chesshyre's Library at Halton in Cheshire, 
L. (N.S.) (5) 35-38 

C486 CONWAY'S LIBRARY 

1904 Plomer (H. R.) A Cavalier Librarv (Viscount Conway's Library), 

L. (N.S.) (5) 158-72 

C487 GLADSTONE'S LIBRARY 

1887 Williams (F. W.) Gladstone's Library, L.J. (12) 1 16-12 1 

C488 HAIUH HALL LIBRARY 

1883 Haigh Hall Library, Wigan, L.A.U.K. Trans (6) 191-95 

C489 HALL (THOMAS) LIBRARY 

1888 Brassington (VV. S.) Thomas Hall, and the old Library founded by him 

at King's Norton, L.C. (5) 61-71 

C490 HONEYWOOD (DEAN) LIBRARY 

1902 Maddison (!'. R.) Canon. Dean Honeywood's Library, L.A.R. (4) 390-3 

C491 LOCKER LIBRARY 

1905 Pollard (A. W.) The Rowfant Books (Mr. Locker's Library), L. (N.S.) 

(6) 309-14 

C492 MARSH'S LIBRARY 

1899 White (N. J. D.) Account of Marsh's Library, Dublin, L.A.R. (i) 132-45 

C493 PEPY8' LIBRARY 

1903 Savage (K. A.) Samuel Pepys' Library, L. (N.S.) (4) 2S6-91 

C494 SMITH (RICHARD) LIBRARY 

1907 Duff (K. G.) Library of Richard Smith, L. (N.S.) (8) 113-33 

C495 THORESBY (RALPH) LIBRARY 

1889 Library of Ralph Thore^by, L. (1) 185-96 

C496 VALLIERE (DUC DE LA) LIBRARY 

1885 Christie (R. C.) Catalogues of the Library of the Due de la Valliere, L.C. 
(-2) i5.i-5'i 

C497 PROPRIETARY LIBRARIES— GENERAL 

1906 Swift (L.) Proprietary Libraries and Public Libraries, L.J. (31) 272-4 
Fletcher (W. L) Proprietary Library in relation to the Public Library 

movement, L.J. (31) 268-72 
.Stone (A. TL) Proprietary Library's excuse for being, L.J. (31) 274-5 



156 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



C498 ENDOWMENT— GIFTS AND BEQUESTS 

1885 Galbrailli (L. W.) Institute funds and a professional Library, L.J. (10) 154 
1887 Ballard (T. P.) How to use Mr. Tilden's bequest, L.J. (12) 72 

1890 Hewins (C. M.) Report on gifts and bequests, L.J. (15) Conf No 14-15 
Carnei^ie (A.) Library as a field for philanthropy, L.J. (15) 42-43 

1891 Hewins (C. M.) Report on gifts and bequests, L.J., (16) Conf No 27-2() 

1893 Spofford (A. R.) Aids to Library progress bv L'.S. Government, L.J. 

(18) 248-c) ■ ■ ■ 

1894 Kephart (H.) Report on gifts and bequests to Libraries, L.J. (19) Conf 

No 01-63 
Public Library funds, Greetvwood's Public Libraries 376-381 
1896 Hazeltine (E.) Maintaining the Public Library by endowment, L.J. (21) 

93-95 ' ' ' 

Hewins (C. M.) Report on gifts and bequests, L./, (21) Conf No 58-64. 
1897 : L.J. (22) 90-93 
1898 Andrews (E. P.) Report on gifts and bequests to Libraries, L.J. (23) 
Conf No 52-55 

1900 Andrew Carnegie's gifts to American Libraries in 1899, L.J. (25) 18 
Stockwell (G.) Report on gifts and bequests, 1899-1900, L.J. (25) Conf 

No 92-105 

1901 Andrew Carnegie's gifts to American Libraries in 1900, L.J. (26) 21, 232-3 
Howells (W. D.) Iixamination of Library gift houses, L.J. (26) 741-43 
Cole (G. \V.) Report on gifts and bequests to An^eirican Libraries, L.J. 

(26) Conf No 87-102 

1902 Andrew Carnegie's gifts to American Libraries, L.J. (27) 24-25, 161, 223 
Cole (G. W.) Report on gifts and bequests to American Libraries, L.J. 

(27) Conf No 97-119 

1903 Carnegie's gifts to American Libraries, L.J. (2^) 15-16 ***'''' ' ' ' ' ' 
Harrison (J. L.) Report on gifts and bequests to American Libraries, 

L.J. (iS) Conf No 111-126 
Mr. Carnegie's gifts to Libraries and other educational institutions, 
L. (.V.5.) (4) 104-112 

1904 Carnegie gifts to American Libraries in 1903, L.J. (29) 22-23 
Harrison (J. L.) Report on gifts and bequests to American Libraries, 

from 1881 to 1904, L.J. (29) Conf No 173-1S7 

1905 Koch (T. M.) Purpose of the Carnegie gifts, L.J. {30) Conf No 78-81 
Harrison (J. L.) Report on gifts and bequests to American Libraries, 

■L.y. (30) Conf No 110-120 .)•; ' >. : 

Carnegie gifts to American T^ibraries, L.J. (30) 20-23, 281-283 
Marcosson (J. L) Remarkable system of Carnegie in giving of Libraries, 

Minn P.L.C. Notes (3) 2-3 , , 

What is the best method of securing a gift from Mr. Carnegie for a 

Library building in a small town, Wis Lib Bull (i) 65-66 

1906 Carnegie gifts to American Libraries, L.J. (31) 72-73, 123 
Wisdom of Carnegie gifts, L.J. (31) 105-106 

Hall (D. B.) Report on gifts and bequests to .\merican Libraries, Jan. i- 

Dec. 31, 1905, L.J. (31) Conf No 159-174 
Gifts and burdens, Ind State Lib Bui! No 12, i;2 

1907 Carnegie gifts to American Libraries, L.J. (32) 23-24 

Johnson (R.) Public Libraries and Mr. Andrew Carnegie, L.J. (32) 440-41 
Report on gifts and bequests to American Libraries, 1906, A.L.A. Bull (i) 

306-310 
Gifts and bequests to American Libraries arranged alphabetically bv 

States, A.L.A. BuU (i) Conf No 306-310. iyo8 : A.L.A. Bull (2) 24-2S 

1908 Carnegie gifts of 1907, L.J. (33) 2, 19 . , , , ., . , 

1909 Carnegie gifts, L.J. (34) 11-12 

Suggestions for Mr. Carnegie for stocking Carnegie Libraries, P.L. (14) 

129-130 
Sterneck (O. Von) Looking the gift liorse in the mouth, P.L. (14) 290 
Gifts and bequests to American Libraries, 1908, A.L.A. BuU (3) 14-20 

C499 ARGUMENTS IN FAVOUR OF PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1883 West (T. H.) Usefulness of Libraries in small towns, L.J. (8) 237 

1884 Hubbard (J. M.) How to use a Public Library, L.J. (9) 25 
Foster (W. E.) Young writer's use of a Library, L.J. (9) 157 

Perkins (F. B.) Public Libraries and the public, with special reference 
to San Francisco, L.J. (10) 223 



ARGUMENTS AGAINST LIBRARIES 157 

Pierce (B. K.) Probable intellectual and moral outcome of the rapid 
increase of Public Libraries, /../. (10) 234 
1887 D (J.) Dream of a People's Library, L.J. (12) 260 

1889 Hubbard (J. M.) Are Public Libraries public blessinj^-s, L.J. (14) 407-9 

1890 Crunden (F. M.) Value of a Free Library, L.J. (15) 79-81 

Meeting in favour of New York Circulating Library, L.J. (15) 105-110 

1891 MacAlister (J. Y. W.) Partingtonian sociology : a review of Mr. O'Brien's 

Article on " Free Libraries," L. (3) 103-8 
Cohen (J.) Value of Libraries, L.J. {16) 174-5 
(ireen (S. S.) President's, address at San Francisco Conf, L.J. (16) Conf 

No I- 
Foster (W. E.) Argument for public support of Public Libraries, L.J. 

(16) Conf No 39-47 

1892 Scott (D.) Reasonableness of Free Public Libraries, L. (4) 298-301 
Green (G. S.) Adaptation of Libraries to Constituencies, U.S. Govt Rept 

698-703 
1894 Plea for Public Libraries, Greenwood's Public Libraries' y-/\.6 

1896 Rosebery (Lord) On Public Libraries, L. (8) 314-18 
Caine (Hall) On Public Libraries, L. (8) 368-70 
Carnegie (Andrew) On Public Libraries, L. (8) 501-4 
Irving (Sir Henry) On Public Libraries, L. (8) 549-53 

1897 Cheever (W. H.) Use and abuse of Township Libraries, P.L. (2) 349 

1898 Morley (John) On Public Libraries, L. (10) 208-11 

J899 Russell (Lord) The Lord Chief Justice on Libraries at the of>ening of 
Putney Library, L.A.R. (i) 395-7 

1901 Modern Public Library : its characteristics and work, L.A.R. (3) 26-28 
Crunden (F. M.) What is a Public Library? L.J. (2O) 141 

Chapman (S. J.) Some thoughts on the value of Public Libraries, L.A.R. 

(3) 233-8 

Howells (W. D.) On the Public Library, L.W . (4) 113-115 

1902 Dixon (W. Mc N) World of books : Presidential address, L.A.R. (4) 479-91 
•1903 Billings (J. S.) Public Library, its usefulness to the municipality, L.J. 

(29) Conf No 1-7 

1904 Angells (J.) Use of the Public Library, L.J. (29) 592^1 j'|-f:)rT! . 
Crunden (F. M.) The Library : a plea for its recognition, L.J. (29) Conf 

No 1-7 
Duren (F.) Why should a small Library be organised, la Lib Conim O. 

(4) 5-10 

1905 Wood (L.) From the other side of the counter, L.A. (4) 270-3 
( Public Library in American life, L.J. (30) 925-7 

1906 Rockwell (A. G.) What's the use of a Public Library, L.J. (31) 80S-811 
Hitt (J. M.) How to extend and develop new Libraries in this State, Wash 

L.A. Bull (2) No 4, 3-6 

1907 Smith (C. W.) What the community owes to the Public Library, /,./. 

(32) 315-17 
Why a town should establish a Free Public Library, Vt L.C. Bull (x) 

No 3, I 
Cocklin (W. J.) Library flotsam and jetsam, P.L. (12) 1-4, 45-47 
Free versus the Subscription Library, N.Y.L. (i) 34 
Why a Library should be free, N.Y.L. (i) 34-35 
Over-emphasis put on Library building, N.Y.L. (1) 67 
Why a town should establish 'a Free Public Library, \'t L.C. Bull (3)' i 

1908 Industrial possibilities of Public Libraries, L.J. (j,])' 100 
What a Library does for a town, N.Y.L. (i) 120-121 

President Roosevelt on rural improvement and the Public Library, N.Y.L. 
(i) 149-150 

1909 Rolhns (W. H.) Public Library : the people's university, la Lib Conim 

Q. (6) 23-25 
Hicks (F. C.) Public Library in political practice, L.J, (34) 197-199 
Fletcher (W. L) Anticipations for the future of Library work, P.L. (14) 1-5 
Dana (J. C.) Three factors in civilization, P.L. (14) 43-45 
Elmendorf (T. W.) Things that matter : an attempt at a study in values, 

P.L. (14) 281-289 

C500 ARGUMENTS AGAINST LIBRARIES 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Some popular objections to Public Libraries, L.J. (1) 47-51 
1896 Dana (J. C.) How to meet arguments against Libraries, L.J. (21) Conf 
No 3-5 



158 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1897 Cheever (W. H.) Use and abuse of Township Libraries, T.L. (2) 349 
H)03 Minto (J.) Recent attacks on Public Libraries, L.A.R. (5) 559-68, 
Discussion 479-80 
Cawthorne (A.) Recent adverse criticism of Municii)al Libraries, L.A. 

(4) 12-20 
Outcry against Public Libraries, L. W. (6) 1-4 

1905 Pillars of independence, An Leabharlann (i) 126-135 

1906 Hutt (J.) Libraries and public opinion, L.A.R. (8) 231-43, Discussion 277-84 

1907 Libraries and public opinion, L.A.R. (9) 594-5 

C501 PUBLIC LIBRARIES AND THE PRESS 

1884 Foster (W. E.) Young writer's us(; of a Librra} , L.J. (9) 157-160 
1902 Daily Press and Public Libraries (Editorial), L.A. (3) 172-4 

iqo3 Cawthorne (A.) Recent adverse criticism of Municijjal [libraries, L.A. 
(4) 12-20 

Minto (J.) Recent attacks on Public Libraries, L.A.R. (5) 550-568, Discus- 
sion 479-480 

Outcry against Public Libraries, L.W. (6) 1-4 

1905 Poirier (L. M.) Popular Library advertising, Miiiii P.L.C. Nctrs No 5, 

9-" "... 

1906 Hutt (J.) Libraries and public opinion, L.A.R. (8) 23i-:43, Discussion 

277-284 
Wright (P. B.) Some methods of Librarv advertising, L.J. (31) Conf 

No 86-88 
Whitney (H. M.) Public Library and its critics, Coiiii P.L. Dor (1) 3-12 

1907 Libraries and putlic opinion, L.A.R. (9) 594-595 

Philip (A. J.) Profession and the Press — Professional and other, L.W. (9) 

353-35^' 
Pyle (J. G.) Newspaper and the Library, Miun P.L.C. ^oies {2) 52-55 
Brown (A. N.) Library and the newspaper, Was]i L.A. Bull (3) 1-3 

1908 Baker (F^ A.) Public Libraries and the press, L.A.R. (10) 423-425 
Great Fiction bore, L.W. (11) 127-133 

Editorial comment on Wisconsin [library work, ]\'is Lib BuU (4) 107-10S 

C502 EDUCATIONAL VALUE OF PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1885 Peirce (B. K.) Probable intellectual and moral outcome of the rapid 

increase of Public Libraries, L.J. (10) 234-236 
1S86 Lowell (J. R.) Books and the Public Library, L.J. (11) 10-14 
Dewey (M.) Library as an educator, L.N. (U.S.) (1) 43-44 

— The Educational Trinity, L..\\ (U.S.) (i) 44-45 

— Libraries, the true Universities for scholars and the people, L.N. (L'.5.) 

(0 49-5" 
1S88 Higginson (1. \\.) Significance of the Public Library, L.J. (13) 87-88, 340 
Dewey (M.) Libraries as related to the educational work of the State> 

L.N. (U.S.) (3) 333-340 
Jones (A. A.) Library as an educator, L.N. (L..S.) (3) 367-379 

1891 Mowey (W. A.) Relation of the Public Library to education, L.J. (16) 

301-303 _ ^ , 

1892 Thompson (J. B.) L niversity extension, L.J. (17) Conf No 39-41 

1894 Montgomery (T. L.) Report on Public Libraries and University extension, 

L.J. (19) Conf No 64-67 
i8c)5 Ranck (S. H.) Public use of College Libraries, l^.J. (20) 235-239 

Utiey (H. M.) Presidential address, A. L.A. Conference, L.J. (20) Conf 

No 2 

1896 Dana (J. C".) Missionary work — What does the Free Library do for a 

community, .X.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 5-6 

1897 Tedder (H. R.) Evolution of the Public Librarv, 2nd Int Ct>iif 13-18 
Crunden (F. M.) W'hat of the future? L.J. (22) Conf No 5-11 

i()03 Howarth (F. W. B.) liducational basis of th< l<'ree Library movement, 
L.A. (3) 242-246 
Gaillard (E. W.) L'niversity education in two weeks, /,./. (28) 8-10 
1904 Newton (If. W.) I-'levating influence of Public I>ibrari«s, L.A.R. (6) 465, 

519-31 
K)05 Macnamara ('! . J.) Relation of the Public IJbrarv to Public education, 

L..1. (5) 15-23 ■ 
Russell (1. O'N.) Knowledge is power, An LeabJiarlann (1) 136-139 
.Scybold (S, V.) University extension and Public Libraries, P.L. (10) 512-14 
l{du'cationaI value of Free Libraries, 17 L.C. Bull (1) 6-7 



INFLUENCE OF READING x^iy 



igo6 Ames (C. W.) National materialism and the Public Library, Minn 

P.L.C. Notes and News (9) 4-13 
Birg-e (H. A.) Books and life, L.J. (ji) 203-211, Minn F.L.C. Notes and 

Ne7vs ((j) 37 . 

Boody (D. A.) Relation of Libraries to Municipal i^overnnuMit, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 28-30 

1907 Redgrave (L. J.) Book extension service, L.A. {5) 290-292 

1908 Coolidge (J. R.) Junr. Functions of Libraries in village improvement, 

■LJ. (33) 240-241 
Supervision of Library extension, P.L. (13) lo-ii 
Fiske (A. ].) Human element in Library work in a mining district, P.L. 

(13) 78-81 
Taylor (G.) Civic value of Library work with children, P.L. (13) 247-248 
Moore (A. C.) Library membership as a civic force, L.J. (33) 269-274, 

P.L. (13) 264-266 
Baker (E. A.) Wanted a new scheme of culture, L.A.R. (10) 373-374 
Henry (W. E.) Library as an educational equipment, P.L. (13) 291-294 

1909 Buren (F.) Public Libraries, la Lib Q. (6) 14 

Rollins (VV. H.) Public Library : the people's university, la Lib O. (6) 

23-25 
Jevons (H. S.) Libraries from the students' point of view, L.A. (6) 246-47 

C503 INFLUENCE OF READING AND METHODS OF POPULARIZING BOOKS 

187b VVinsor (J.) Reading in popular Libraries, U.S. Govt Kept 431-33 

1877 Bowker (R. R.) Learning to read in College, L.J. (2) 60-62 

1879 Foster W. E.) Aimless reading and its correction, L.J. (4) 78-80 

1880 Pendle (A. M.) Notions wise and otherwise, L.J. (5) 3-6 

1881 Foster (W. E.) Specializing of reading for general readers, L.J. (6) 25-27 
1883 — Plan of systematic training in reading at school, L.J. (8) 24-26 

1886 Sutton (C. VV.) What our readers will read, L.C. (3) 140-1, 152-4 
Lowell (J. R.) Books and the public, L.J. (11) 10 

Sanford (O. M.) Librarians and reading, L.J. (11) 188 

Education by reading, L.A^. ([7.5.) (1) 81-2 

Venable (W.' H.) Books and reading, L.A'. {U.S.) (i) 255-60 

1887 Axon (W. E. A.) Books and reading, L.C. (4) 23-5, 44-9 

J — — (A. B.) Growing taste for good reading, L.J. (12) 216 
Brett (W. H.) Some other book, L.J. (12) 505-507 
Harris (W. T.) What should teachers read, L.N. {U.S.) (2) 11-14 
1889 Colljer ^R.) Influence of good books, L.J. (14) 380-3 

1891 Crunden (T. M.) Most popular books, L.J. (16) 277-.S 

1892 Change in reading habits — one explanation, L.J. {17) 244 

1893 Welden (A. P.) Books and Libraries (Extracts from an address), L.J. (18) 

512-13 

1894 Effects of the World's Fair on reading in Chicago, L.J. (19) 159-60, 168 
What regulates popularity in books — a Library puzzle, L.J. (19) 169-70 

1895 Elliot (G. H.) Our readers and what they read, L. (7) 276-81 

1896 Earned (J. N.) Retrospect and prospect in the last years of the century, 

L.J. (21) Conf No 5-12 

1897 Peck (A. L.) What may a Librarian do to influence the reading of a 

community, L.J. (22) 77-80 
Foster (W. E.) Developing a taste for good literature, L.J. (22) 245-51 
1899 Williams (S.) In regard to reading, P.L. (4) 57 

Swift (L. B.) Essentials of Library equipment, V.L. (4) 72-7*) 
(900 Wilson (W.) A word to assistants, 7^.11'. (2) ^1-2 
1903 Axon {\\. ¥.. A.) Michael, the Bishop in praise of books, L. {N.S.) (4) 

3(^7-372 
Lee (S.) Books in relation to national efficiency, L.A. (4) 55-65 
Harper (G. M. L.) Encouragem<'nt of serious reading, " |)rotit yoLi in 

what you read? " L.J. (28) 217-21 
Kroeger (A. B.) Encouragement of serious reading : a survey of the 

field, L.J. (28) 222-25 
Thurlow (M. C.) Encouragement of reading by women's clubs, L.J. {2S) 

227-9 
Bostwick (A. E.)> 1-^fforls to imjirove the character of reading in New 

York Cil\, L.J. {2)^) 229-33 
Collins (V. L.) LTniversities and the encouragement of serious reading, 

L.J. (28) 233-235 



i6q bibliography QF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Bishop (W. \V,) Encouragement of serious rcading^ throug^h biblio- 

i^raphical enterprise, L.J. (28) 235-237 
Winser (B.) Encourag'ement of serious readint; by Public Libraries, L.J. 

(28) 237-238 
Wells (H. G.) Public Libraries and serious reading, L.J, (28) 768-76() 
Brigham (J.) A world of books, la Lib Comm O. (3) 56-62 

1904 Lee (S.) Books in relation to national elliciency, L.A. (4) 55-65 

1905 Reading ripe books, /../. (30) 285-286, la Lib Comm Q. (5) 47-48 

Mead (H. R.) Training of students in the use of books, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 82 
City's taste in literature, P.L. (10) 15 
Smith (G. S.) Methods of securing better reading, P.L. (10) 171-173 

1906 Hill (A.) Responsibility for the public taste, L. {K.S.) (6) 257-262 
Bailey (Sir W. H.) Novel reading, L.A.R. (8) 465-467 

Collins (V. L.) Princeton Preceptorial system and the University Library, 
J-J' (3O 165-167 

Birge (E. A.) Books and life, L.J. (31) 203-211, Miuii P.L.C. Notes and 
News (q) 37 

Mudge (L G.) Stimulation of general reading in the College Library, 
L.J. (31) 764-76S 

Stearns (L. E.) Problem of the girl, L.J. (31) Conf No 103-106, Discus- 
sion 200-203 

Shueman (E. L.) What the American community is reading, P.L. (11) 190 

What do young men read? P.L. (11) 252 

Buren (M. Van-) Reading for culture, Minn P.L.C. Notes (y) 4-8 

1907 Earned (J. N.) Education of a reading public, L.J. (32) 147-153 
Wharey (J. B.) Modern teaching and the Library, L.J. (32) 153-156 
Andrews (C. W.) Use of books: Presidential address, A. L.A. Bull (i) 

Conf No 7-12, L.J. (32) 249-253 
Trent (W. P.) Books as a source of culture, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 

Kroeger (A. B.) Instruction in books in Library Schools, L.J. (32) 395-401 
Rosenberg (T.) To what extent can the Public Library direct the taste 

of readers, L.J. (32) 401-406 
Rathbone (F. L.) Successful experiment in directing the reading of 

fiction, L.J. (32) 406-407 
Rabb (I\. M.) Mental diet. P.L. (12) 392-3Q3 
Buren (M. Van-) What's it about? Mimi P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 55-57 

1908 Kooptnan (H. L.) Lest we forget in the multitude of books, the few great 

books, P.L. (13) 1 17-120, 163-165 
Legler (H. E.) Talks about books, P.L. (13) 258-260 
Baker (E. A.) Public Libraries and literature. L.A.R. (10) 374-375 
Betterment of reading. L.J. (33) 304 

Rosenberg (T.) Directing the taste of casual readers, P.L. (13) 294-299 
Bullock (E. F.) Inquisitiveness, P.L. (13) 311 
New development of the National Home Reading Union, L.A.R. (10) 

485-488 
Paton (J. B.) Public Libraries and the National Home Reading Union, 

L.A.R. (10) 488-497 
Askew (S. B.) The place, the man and the book, A. L.A. Bull (2) 150-157 
Thwaites (R. G.) How to get Parkman read, A. L.A. Bull (2) 162-165 
Lord (L E.) Fixing a purpose, A. L.A. Bull (2) 165-167 
Moore (A. C.) Library membership as a civic force, A. L.A. Bull (2) 372-80 

1909 Newcombe (C. F.) Book-buying and book reading, L.A.R. (11) 147-149 
Wellman (H. C'.) Improving the quality of the circulation, N.Y.L. (r) 

161-162 
Bailey (L. H.) Library work for rural communities, N.Y.L. (i) i6q-i72 
Earned (J. N.) Advice on the reading of history, N.Y.L. (i) 177-178 
Wheeler (M. T.) Reading for invalids, N.Y.L. (i) 203-206 
Methods of getting' non-fiction read, N.Y.L. (1) 249-250, Wis Lib Bull 

(5) 1-5 
Hunt (C. W.) Reading habit of girls, P.L. (14) 31-32 
Popular education in literature, P.L. (14) 234-236 
Owning up to what one has read, la Lib O. (b) 22 
Lowe (J. A.) Personal contact through the catalog"-, 7../. (34) 265 
Gauss (C.) Popular education in literature, L.J. (34) 391-394 
Buren (M. Van-) Popularizing standard novels, N.Y.L. (i) 186 
Rathbone (F. L.) Borrower and his book, N.Y.L. (i) 228-232 
— ■ An experiment in fiction (improving th*^ ♦-'^ rifling), Tn T.ih O. (6) 7-8 



INSTRUCTION IN THE USE OF BOOKS i^i 

C504 BOOKS— INSTRUCTION IN THE USE OF 

1883 Foster (W. E.) Plan of systematic training- in reading .at School, L.J. (8) 

24-26 
1892-3 James (H. P.) Libraries in relation to schools, U.S. Govt Rept 697 

1905 Mead (H. R.) Training of students in the use of books, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 82 

1906 White (G. F.) Catalog game played in young people's room, Newhaven 

Library, L.J. (31) 815 

1907 Kroeger (A. B.) Instruction in books in Library schools, L.J. (32) 395-401 

1908 Mendenhall (J. M.) Library instruction in normal schools, P.L. (13) 38-40, 

91-93, 124-125 , 

Felmby (D.) How far should courses in normal schools and teachers' 

colleges seek to acquaint all teachers with the ways of organizing and 

using School Libraries, L.J. (33) 305-308 
Dallimore (F,) Object lessons to school children in the use of Libraries, 

L.A.R. (11) 49-68 

1909 Liveright (A. F.) How may the use of books and Library catalogs be 

made a subject of study in normal schools, L.J. (34) 160-162 
Measure of ability, P.L. (14) 128-129 
Library instruction in normal schools, P.L. (14) 147 
Mead (H. R.) Value of the study of reference work in public schools, P.L. 

(14) 258-259 



i62 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



CLASS D 

Architecture, Planning, Furniture, and 

Fittings 



Dl ARCHITECTURE— GENERAL 

1882 Poole (W. F.) Progress of Library architecture, L.J. (7) 130-136, Discus- 

sion 196-197 

1883 Edmands (J.) Report on Library architecture, L.J. (8) 201-3, 269-275 
1885 Cutter (C. A.) Library architecture, L.J. (10) 35 

Prendergast (F. E.) Suggestion for Library architecture, L.J. (10) 35 

1887 Earned (J. N.) Report on Library architecture, L.J. (12) 377-395, Discus- 

sion 442-445 . , . . 

1888 Poole (W. F.) Library architecture, L.J. (13) 204 

Fletcher (W. L) Architects and Librarians, L.J. (13) 331-338 
Soule (A. G.) Ye architect and Ye Librarian, L.J. (13) 338 

1889 Patton (N. S.) Architects and Librarians, L.J. (14) 159-62 

Van Name (A.) Report on Library architecture, L.J. (14) 162-74 

1890 Utley (H. M.) Report on Library architecture, L.J. (15) Conf No 12-14, 

75-85 

1891 Soule (C. C.) Points of agreement among Librarians, L.J. (16) Conf No 

17-19 

1892 — Library architecture, L.J. (17) Conf No 73-75 

Poole (R. B.) Fires, protection, insurance, U.S. Rept (1892-93) 724-33 
1894 West (T. H.) Report on Library architecture, L.J. (19) Conf No 96-100 

1897 Burgoyne (F. J.) Library architecture from Librarian's standpoint, 2nd 

hit Conf 103-105, Discussion 236-237 
Pite (B.) Library architecture from architect's standpoint, 2nd Int Conf 
106-110, Discussion 240-241 

1898 Foster (W. E.) Report on Library buildings, L.J. (23) Conf No 13-17 

1899 Brydon (J. M.) Public Library architecture, L.A.R. (i) 258-262 

1900 Pite (B.) Architecture for Librarians (Laurentian Library), L. (N.S.) (1) 

326-337 

1901 Mauran (J. L.) Relation of architect to Librarian, L.J. (26) Conf No 

43-46, P.L. (6) 475-477 
Patton (N. S.) Library architecture, P.L. (6) 200-204 

Williamson (M. ¥.) Suggestions for Library architecture, P.L. (16) 385-7 
Green (E. B.) Library architecture from the architect's standpoint, P.L. 

(6) 599-602 
Warner (G.) Notes on the architecture of Libraries, P.L. (6) 607-9 

1903 Discussion on architecture and planning, L.A.R. (5) 501-505 

1904 Partridge (W. 1.) Architectural competitions for Library buildings, L.J. 

(29) 413-15 

1905 Building of Public Libraries, L. W. (7) 235-236 

1906 Hamlin (A. D. F.) Library architecture abroad, L.J. (31) 710-715 
Hutchins (F. A.) Evolution of Library buildings, VVis Lib Bull (2) 57-58 
Almirall (R. F.) Design and construction of Branch Library buildings, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 46-49 
Brett (VV. H.) Library architecture from the Librarian's point of view, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 49-52 
Green (B. R.) Library building and book stacks, L.J. (31) Conf No 52-56 
Hamlin (A. D. F.) Views of a consulting architect, L.J. (31) Conf No 

57-62 

1907 Dudley (C. R.) Library architecture, P.L. (12) 267-69 

Report of Committee on architecture presented by C. R. Dudley, A.L.A. 

Bull (i) Conf No 119-123 
Clark (G. T.) Lessons as to construction from the San Francisco lire, 

J-J- (32) 258-259, P.L. (12) 255-257, A.L.A. Bull (i) 121-123 
Buildings and furnishings, Wis Lib Bull (3) 25-26 
Library building plans, collected by W. R. Eastman, N.Y.S.L. Rept (90), 

Bull 107, Library School 22, 82-137 



LIBRARY PLANNING i6^ 



1908 Sayers (W. C B.) Mania for bricks and mortar, L.A.R. (10) 223-231, 
Discussion 241-244 
Report of A.L.yV. Committee on architecture, P.L. (13) 2t)o 
Report of Committee on Library architecture, A.L.A. Bull {2) 178-179 
Buildings are not Libraries, P.L. (14) 56 

D2 ARCHITECTURE— SPECIAL 

Spiral Library Buildings 

1886 Magnusson (E.) Spiral Libr;iry buildings, L.]. (xi) 331-339, Discussion 
359-363 

D3 PLANNING 

187b VVinsor (J.) Library buildings, V.S. Rcpt 405-475 

1877 Discussion on the planning' of Library buildings, 'L./. (2) 31-32 

Depping' (G.) Notes on Library buildings, ist Int Conf 50, L.J. (2) 145, 

251-55 
Nicholson (E. B.) Exhibition of Library designs, ist Int Conf 241-249 
1879 Discussion on Library buildings, L.J. (4) 292-299 
1881 Archer (W.) Suggestions as to Public Library buildings, L.A. Trans (4) 

5i-5« 
Poole (W. F.) Construction of Library buildings, L.J. (b) 69-77, 123-126 

1883 Henman (W.) Free Library buildings : their arrangement and fittings, 

L.A. Trans (5) 100-4 

1884 Deane (T. N. and T. M.) Notes descriptive of plans of new buildings in 

Dublin for National Library of Ireland, L.A. Trans (7) 125-127 
i888 Fletcher (W. L) Architects and Librarians, L.J. (13) 338-340 

1891 Green (S. S.) Library buildings : Presidential address, L.J. (16) Conf 

No 1-2 

1892 Fletcher (VV. L) Presidential address, Lakewood Conference, L.J. (17) 

Conf No 3 
Earle (C. C.) How to build a Library, L.J. (17) 124-125 
1892-3 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department, U.S. Rept 800-806 
1894 Library planning, Greemvood's Public Libraries 381-388, 388-409 

1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 8-9 

1897 Burgoyne (F. J.) Public Library architecture from the Librarian's stand- 

point, 2nd Int Conf 103-105, Discussion 236-7 
Pite (B.) Library architecture from the architect's standpoint, 2nd Int 
Conf 106-110, Discussion 240-241 

1899 Hill (F. P.) Library buildings — some preliminaries, L.J. (24) 563-569 
Utley (H. M.) How to plan a Library, L.J. (24) Conf No 21-22 

1900 Jackson (A. B.) Transforming a dwelling house into a Library, L.J. (25) 

105-109 
Green (H. R.) Planning and construction of Library buildings, L.J. (25) 
677-683 
1900-01 Burgoyne (F. J.) .Some points in Library planning, Greemvood's Yr-Bk 
12-20 

1901 Green (E. B.) Library buildings, L.J. (26) 865-867 
Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings, L.J. (26) Conf No 38-43 
Gerould (J. B.) Departmental Library, L.J. (26) Conf No 46-49 
Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings and relations of different depart- 
ments, P.L. (6) 4^4-5 

Mauran (J. L.) Housing of books, P.L. (6) 603-606 

Lamm (E. N.) Suggestions on Library buildings, P.L. (6) 610-613 

Bolton (C. K.) Planning Libraries, P.L. (6) 620 

Suggestions regarding Library buildings, la Lib Q. (1) 35-36 

Armstrong (E. L. T.) Model Library from a Librarian's point of view, 

L.A. of Austral Proc xlli-xv 
Library buildings and jjlans, 70 plates, Conn P.L. Doc No 8 

1902 Gould (J. C.) Planning of Libraries, L.W. (5) 60-61, 124-125 
Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings of moderate size, L.J. (27) 80-81 
Dewey (M.) Size versus decoration, P.L. (7) 121 

Library, Its location and Interior arrangement, Minn, la and Wis L.C. 

Ildbk 14-17 
Eastman (VV. R.) Library buildings, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 17-19 

1903 Discussion on architecture and planning, L.A.R. (5) 501-505 

Dewey (M.) Competition of architects on Library plans,' P.L. (8) 63-64 
Henry (M.) Comparative cost of Library buildings, P.L. (8) 64-67 



i64 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Otis (VV. A.) Library buildings from view point of architect, P.L. (8) 

202-207 
Miller (G. C.) Library buildings, la Lib Q. (3) 1-8 

1904 Harris (W. J.) Planning and arrangement of a Public Library, L.A. (4) 

83-86 
Smith (C. W.) Public Library plans, L.]. (29) 535-537 
Rooms, buildings and fixtures, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 59-62 
Hopkins (A. H.) Building plans are misleading, P.L. (9) 15 
Warner (C. C.) aud A. P. Spencer. Views of Trustees regarding Library 

construction, la Lib Q. (4) 23-26 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : their buildings and equipment, L.A.R. 

(7) 161-177, 220-236 
Discussion on Messrs. Hare and Burgoyne's papers on Library planning, 

L.A.R. (7) 584-587 
Dana (J. C.) Library building, P.L. (7) 406-407 

1906 Hare (H. T.) Some suggestions on the planning of Libraries, L.A.R. (8) 

148-154 
Burgoyne (h . J.) Library planning, L.A.R. (8) 178-186 
Harris (W. J.) Some suggestions on planning an ideal Library, L.A. (5) 

86-89 
Seymour- Jones (A.) On the glazing of Libraries : with reference to the 

chemical action of light upon leather, L.A.R. (8) 641-646 
Library buildings in California, Cal Neivs Notes (i) 94-101 
Green (B. B.) Library buildings and book stacks, L.J. (31) Conf No 52-56 
Lister (J. W.) Library oversight, L.W. (9) 102-104 
Recent Library buildings. Illustrated articles on new American Libraries, 

P.L. (11) 395-412 
Stansbury (A. L.) Library buildings from a Librarian's standpoint, P.L. 

(11) 495-499 
Hutchlns (F. A.) Evolution of Library buildings. Wis Lib Bull (2) 57-58 

1907 Report of the A. L.A. Architectural Committee, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 

270-274 
Grainge (E.) An eighteenth century book room, L. (N.S.) (8) 63-68 
Clark (S. T.) Lessons as to Library construction and equipment from 

the San Francisco fire, L.J. (32) 258-259, P.L. (12) 255-257 

1908 Librarians and architects, P.L. (13) 3 

Sayers (W. C. B.) Mania for bricks and mortar, L.A.R. (10) 223-241 

Libraries versus buildings, P.L. (13) 46 

Porter (W. T.) Library buildings and their use, P.L. (13) 271-274 

Discussion on Messrs. Walter and Grinllng's paper on " Interior decora- 
tion of Libraries," L.A.R. (10) 564-566 

Stone (J.) Library buildings and their uses (Trustee's Section), A. L.A. 
Bi'll (2) 355-358, Discussion 358-359 

Report of the Committee on Library architecture, A. L.A. Bull (2) 178-179 

Walter (W.) Interior decoration of Libraries, L.A.R. (10) 648-659 

1909 Keen (W. W.) Library book stacks without daylight, P.L. (14) 290-291 
Peplow (F. J.) Library planning, L.A.R. (11) 419-420 

D3 1 INTERIOR DECORATION 

1902 Dewey (M.) Size versus decoration, P.L. (7) 121 

Decoration of walls, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 19 
Interior decoration, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 14-15 

1908 Discussion on Messrs. Walter and Grinllng's paper on " Interior decora- 
tion of Libraries," L.A.R. (10) 564-66 
Walter (W.) Interior decoration of Libraries, L.A.R. (10) 648-659 



D4 PLANS— EXHIBITIONS OF LIBRARY PLANS 

1877 Nicholson (E. B.) Exhibition of Library designs, ist Int Conf 241-249 
1886 Whitney (J. L.) Catalogue of the illustrations and plans of Library 

buildings in the Boston Public Library, L.J. (11) 409-417 
1888 — Catalogue of the illustrations and plans of Library buildings in the 

Boston Public Library, L.J. (13) 291-295 
1890 Library exhibits at the World's Fair, 1892, L.J. (14) 335 
1895 Library exhibits at the Chicago Exposition, L.J. (20) 265, 301 

1898 Exhibition of Libtary designs at Los Angeles (Cal.), P.L. (3) 228 

1899 Exhibition of Library designs at Massachussetts Library Club, P.L. (4) 



PLANi^ING OF SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 165 

1900 Adams (H. B.) Public Libraries and popular education (valuable for the 

plans and elevation of American Library Buildings), New York State 
University (Home Education Bulletin, No 31) 

1901 Exhibition of Library designs at Ferguson Library, Stamford (Ct.), /-/• 

(26) 37 

1906 Soule (C. C.) Need of an A.L.A. collection of plans of Library buildings, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 45-46, P.L. (11) 429-431 

1907 Eastman (VV. R.) Library building plans collected by W. R. Eastman, 

N.Y.S.L. Rcpt (90), Bulletin 107, Library School 22, P.L. (12) 56-57 
A.L.A. Collection of Library plans, A.L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 3, (2) 16 

D5 PLANS— SPECIAL EXAMPLES 

1883 Archer (W.) Essential features of a Library building, L.A.M.N. (4) 46-48 

1888 Ittner (W. B.) Sketch plans for a University Library, L.J. (13) lo-ii 

1889 Library of Congress, Planning of, L.J. (14) 30-34 
St. Louis Mercantile Library, L.J. (14) 35-38 
Fletcher (W. L) Library buildings, L.J. (14) 39-40 
Boston Public Library, L.J. (14) 84-86 

Tyler (A. W.) New Free Library at Quincy, Illinois, L.J. (14) 86-87 
Harris (G. W.) Library buildings of Cornell University, L.J. (14) 121-124 
Hackley Library, Muskegon, Mich., L.J. (14) 125-126 
Newark (N. J.) Free Library, L.J. (14) 437-440 

1890 Dr. Poole's plans for Newberry Library structure examined, L.J. (15) 48-50 

1891 Soule (C. C.) Newberry Library plans, L.J. (16) 11-13 

1892 Clarke (E. E.) Signor Chilovi's plans for new Library of Florence, L.J. 

(17) 483-484 

1897 New York Library plans, L.J. (22) 296-301 

1898 Newark (N. J.) Public Library plans, L.J. (23) 58-61 
1901 New Britain (Ct.) Institute Library, L.J. (26) 255 

1906 Mudge (I. C.) Bryn Mawr College Library, L.J. (31) 770-771 

Plans and designs of California Libraries, Cal News Notes (i) 94-101, 
109-114 

1907 Brooklyn Central Library plans, L.J. (32) 443-445 

Bolton Public Libraries — The High Street Branch before and after re- 
organization, L.W. (10) 209-211 

INTERNAL ARRANGEMENT: PLANNING OF SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 
D6 NEWSROOM 

1884 Mullins (J. D.) Birmingham Newsroom, L.J. (9) 101-102 
1894 Newsrooms, Greenwood's Public Libraries 417-418 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : their building and equipment, L.A.R. 

(7) 177 

1906 Burgoyne (F. J.) Library planning, L.A.R. (8) 1S3-184 

D61 READING ROOM 

1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 385-6 

1904 Delaware L.C. Hdbk 42-43 

D7 REFERENCE LIBRARY 

1900-1 Burgoyne (F. J.) Some points in Library planning, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 

19 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : their building and equipment, L.A.R. 

(7) 234-236 

1906 Burgoyne (F. J.) Library planning, L.A.R. (8) 181-183 

1907 Turnbull (T. E.) Reference Library: Plan and arrangement, L.W. (10) 

37-40 

D8 LENDING DEPARTMENT— GENERAL 

1894 Mason (T.) New methods of arranging a Lending Library, L. (6) 263-65 
1900-1 Burgoyne (F. J.) Some points 'n Library planning, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 

16-17 
1906 — Library planning, L.A.R. (8) 184-185 

D9 LENDING DEPARTMENT, SPECIAL— OPEN ACCESS 

1890 Brett (W. H.) Re-arrangement of Cleveland Public Library for open 
access, L.J. (15) 136-137 
Poole (D.) Newberry Library plan for assisting readers, L.J. (15) Conf 
No 107-111 



i66 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1893 Brown (J. D.) Working of the Clerkenwell Library,. L. (5) 109-119 

1894 MacAlister (J. V. W.) Dawn of a new epoch, L. (6) 212-213 

Brown (J. D.) and H. W. Fincham. Clerkenwell Open Lending- Library, 

L. (6) 344-353 , , 

1895 Brown (J. D.) Clerkenwell Open Lending Library, L.J. (20) 51-54 

1897 Clerkenwell open access system, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 5-7 

Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice, Greemvood's 

Yr-Bk 79-87 
— Clerkenwell open access Library, Grecjnuood's Yr-Bk S2-83 

1899 Utley (H. M.) How to plan a Library, L.J. (24) Conf No 21-22 

1900 Nyhus (H.) Norwegian form of safeguarded open access, L.J. (25) 728 
1900-01 Burgoyne (F. J.) Some points in Library planning,. Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk 17-18 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Open access lending departments, L.A.R. (7) 229-232 
Hare (H. T.) Some suggestions on planning Public Libraries, L.A.R. (7) 

153-4 

1906 Brown (J. D.) Open access lending departments, L. \V. (9) 41-47 

1908 Deas (C.) Sunderland Public Libraries open access plan, L. IF. (10) 367-9, 
416-17 

D91 TREADLE LATCHES AND WICKET FITTINGS FOR OPEN ACCESS 
LIBRARIES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

D 10 CHILDREN'S ROOMS 

1900-1 Ballinger (J.) Children and Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 46-52 
1906 Burgoyne (F. J.) Library planning, L.A.R. (8) 180 

DII LECTURE HALL 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : their building and equipment, L.A.R. 
(7) 226-229 
Discussion on Messrs. Hare and Burgoyne 's papers on Library planning, 
L.A.R. (7) 585-587 

D 12 SMALL LIBRARY PLANNING 

1885 Poole (W. F.) Small Library buildings, L.J. (10) 250-256, Discussion 

328-335 
1888 \\ insor (J.) Small Library buildings, L.J. (13) 279 

1898 Bleumer (O.) Planning for small Library buildings, P.L. (3) 3-4 

1899 Utley (H. M.) How to plan a Library, L.J. (24) Conf No 21-22 

1900 Jackson (A. B.) Transforming a dwelling house into a Library building, 

L.J. (25) 105-109 

1902 Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings of moderate size, L.J. (27) 80-81 

1903 Wright (P. B.) Buildings for small Libraries, la L.C. O. (3) 29-31 

1908 Claude (L. W.) Some recent development in small Library design. Wis 

Lib Bull (4) 9- 1 1 
Taylor (F. B.) Building a Library, la L.C. 0. (5) 192-193 

D 13 BRANCH LIBRARY PLANNING 

1901 Ballinger (J.) Planning and equipment of the Roath (Cardiff) Branch 

Library, L.A.R. (3) 181-188, IDiscussion 227-22S 
Nyhus (H.) Norwegian Branch Library, L.J. (26) 864 

1902 Anderson (E. H.) Branch Libraries, planning and equipment, L.J. (27) 

Conf No 38-41 
A.L.A. Discussion on Branch Librar_v planning and equipment, L.J. (27) 
Conf No 163-166 

1903 Barrett (F". T.) Planning and arrangement of Branch Libraries, L.A.R. 

(5) 301-306, Discussion 336-337 

1904 Sutton (C. \\ .) Branch Libraries : their number and cost, L.A.R. (6) 67-71 
Burgoyne (F. J.) Planning of Branch Libraries, L.A.R: (6) 72-77 
Barrett (F. T.) Branch Libraries, L.A.R. (6) 78-84 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : their building and equipment, L.A.R. 

(7) 220 

1906 Almirall (R. F.) Design and construction of Branch Library buildings, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 46-49 

1909 Coulson (T.) Situation of Branch Libraries, L.W . (12) 201-204 



HEATING AND LIGHTING 167 

D 14 COLLEGE LIBRARY PLANNING 

1888 Ittner (W. B.) Sketch plan for a University Library, L.J. (13) lo-ii 

1889 Stanley (H. M.) University Library buildings, L.J. (14) 264-265 
1901 Gerould (J. B.) Departmental Library, L.J. (26) Conf No 46-49 

1903 Little (G. T.) Library building for a small college, L.J. (28) 290-292 

1907 Patton (N. S.) Designing of a College Library, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 
270-274 

D 15 LIBRARY FLOORS AND FLOOR COVERING 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture and fittings, U.S. Rept 741 

1894 Beer (W.) Library floors and floor covering, L.J. (19) Conf No loo-ioi 

1901 Eastman (VV. R.) Library buildings, L.J. (25) Conf No 43, P.L. (6) 475 

1902 Floors, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 19 

1905 Care of cork carpets, la L.C.Q. (5) 48, Minn P. L.C. Notes (3) 5. 1906: 

Wis Lib Bull (2) 84. 1907 : Lib Occ No 10, 13-14 
1909 Sawyer (H. P.) Question about cork carpets, Wis Lib Bull (5) 15 

For particulars relating to Sanitary preparation for floors, apply to — 
The " Dust Allayer " Co., 165, Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 
Sanitary Floor Co., Ltd., 177, Temple Chambers, E.G. 

J) 15=1 DUST 

1887 Hooper (W.) Dirt in the City Library, L.J. (12) 73 
1892 Dust in Libraries, L. (4) 199 
1907 Dust problem in Libraries, L. TF. (9) 242 
1909 McGill (VV.) Dust in Libraries, L.W. (12) 204-207 
For particulars relating to Dust Layers, apply to— 

The " Dust Allayer " Co., 165, Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

Sanitary Floor Co., Ltd., 177, Temple Chambers, E.G. 

D 16 HEATING 

1880 Pendleton (A. M.) Warming Libraries, L.J. (5) 277 

1881 Dewey (M.) Heating Libraries, L.J. (6) 93-96 
i886 Regulation of heat in Libraries, L.J. (11) 365 

1890 Greenhough (W. H.) Ventilation, heating and lighting of Public Libraries, 

■L. (2) 425-426 

1892 Patton (N. S.) Heating, ventilation and lighting of Libraries, U.S. Rept 

718-724 

1893 Discussion of Mr. Patton 's paper, L.J. (18) No 29-30 

1894 Robertson (A. W.) Heating system at x^berdeen, L. (6) 95-98 

1897 Burgoyne (F. J.) Public Library architecture from the Librarian's stand- 
point, 2nd hit Conf 103-105, Discussion 236-7 
Hart (J. W.) Heating, lighting and ventilating of Public Libraries, 
Greenwood's Yr-Bk 38-44 
J901 Lamm (E. N.) Suggestions on Library buildings, P.L. (6) 613 

Tapper (J. G. O.) Relation of the heating arrangements in Libraries, 

Museums, etc., to the conservation of books, specimens, etc., and the 

natural laws underlying their influence, L.A. of Austral Proc Ixxi-lxxiv 

Heating arrangements of the Library of Congress, Rept of Libn of Cong 

353-354 

Heating, P.L. (6) 618-619 
1904 Stearns (E. J.) Library buildings, Minn P. L.C. Notes (i) 5-6 
1907 Bowker (R. R.) Heating, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 121 

'Phelps (E. A.) Heating, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 121 

Philip (A. J.) Heating... of Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 225-230 
For particulars relating to Heating, apply to — 

London Warming and Ventil-vfing Co., 20, Newman Street, W. 

National Radiator Co., 439-441, Oxford Street, W. 

Sturtevant Engineering Co., 147, Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

Wright, J., & Co., Essex Works, Bfrmingham 

D 17 LIGHTING— GENERAL 

1897 Hart (J. W.) Heating, lighting and ventilating of Public Libraries, 
Greenwood's Yr-Bk 38-44 



i68 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



D 18 LIGHTING— NATURAL . ■'■ 

1892-3 Patton (N. S.) Lighting of Libraries, U.S. Rept 722-24 

1893 On natural lighting at Boston Library, L.J. (17) 388-389 

1900 Tests for the diffusion of light, L.J. (25) 764-765 

1901 Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings, L.J. (26) Conf No 41, P:L. (6) 475 
Natural and artificial lighting, P.L. (6) 618-619 

1904 Natural lighting, Delmvare L.C. Hdbk 60 

1906 Seymour-Jones (A.) On the glazing of Libraries : with reference to the 
chemical action of light on leather, L.A.R. (8) 641-646 

D19 LIGHTING, ARTIFICIAL— GENERAL 

1890 Greenhough (W. H.) Ventilation, heating and lighting of Public 

Libraries. L. (2) 426-433 
1909 Keen (W. W.) Library book stacks without daylight, P.L. (14) 290-291 
Marks (L. B.) Cautions with regard to illumination of Libraries, L.J, 

(34) 106-107 

D20 LIGHTING— GAS 

1877 Depping (G.) Action of gas on bindings, ist Int Conf 50 

1878 Church (A. J.) Gas light and bindings, L.J. (3) 64 

1887 Woodward (C. J.) Action of burning gas on leather used for book-. 

binding, L.J. (12) 321-428, L.C. (5) 25-29 

1888 Schwartz (J.) Gas and binding, L.J. (13) 278 

1890 Greenhough (W. H.) Ventilation, heating and lighting of Public 

Libraries, L. (2) 426-428 
1892-3 Poole (R. B.) Fires, protection, insurance, U.S. Rept 731 

1894 Greenwood's PubJic Libraries 387 

1897 Hart (J. W.) Lighting of Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 38-44 

D21 LIGHTING— ELECTRIC 

1879 Electric light at the British Museum Reading Room, L.J. (4) 128-129 
Garnett (R.) Electric light at the British Museum Reading Room, L.J. 

(4) 444. 1880 : L.J. (5) 153, 171 
1882 Cowell (P.) On electric light in Public Libraries, L.A. Trans (5) 153-157, 

L.J. (7) 43 , , 

1885 Discussion on electric light, L.J. (10) 333-335 

1886 Pickering (J. E. L.) Electric light as applied to the lighting of the 

Inner Temple Library, L.C. (3) 173-177 
Discussion on electric light, L.J. (11) 363-365 

1887 Discussion on action of electric light on paper, L.J. (12) 428-429 

1890 Greenhough (W. H.) Ventilation, heating and lighting of Public Libraries, 

L. (2) 428-433 
Fletcher (W. L) Proper lighting of Library rooms, L.J. (15) Conf No 9-11 
1892 Patton (N. S.) Heating, lighting and ventilation of Libraries, U.S. Rept 

717-724, Discussion, L.J. (18) Conf No 28-29 
1894 Greemvood's Public Libraries 386-387 

1901 Electric lighting of the Library of Congress, Rept of Libn of Cong 354 

1902 Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk iq-20 

1904 Chase (C. H.) Changes in lighting at Lynn (Mass.) Public Library, L.J. 
(29) 562 
Stearns (E. J.) Library buildings, Minn P. L.C. Notes (i) 5-6 
1906 Green (B. R.) Library building and book stacks, L.J. (31) Conf No 52-56 

1908 Marks (L. B.) Illuminating of Public Libraries, L.A.R. (10) 551 

1909 — Illumination in the New York Public Library, L.J. (34) 16-17 

— Caution with regard to illumination of Libraries, L.J. (34) 106-107 
Keen (W. W.) Library book stacks without daylight, P.L. (14) 290-291 
Electric light in Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (5) 16-20 
Phillips (W. J.) Electric energy in the Library, L.W. (12) 34-38, 167-170 

D2M ELECTRIC METALLIC FILAMENT LAMPS 

1909 Baker (E. A.) Metallic filament lamps versus carbon lamps, L.A.R. (n) 

149-151 
Kyte (E. C.) Osram lamps, L.A.R. (11) 287 
Finsbury Libraries. Saving in cost of current since introducing Osram 

lamps, L.W. (12) 226 
Electric light in Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (5) 18-20 



LIBRARY APPLIANCES 169 

For particulars relating to Metallic Filament Lamps, apply to — 

" British Metalite," British Metalite Lamp Co., Horsell Road, 

Highbury, N. 
'* Osram," General Electric Co., Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 
"Tantalum," Welsbach Electric Co., Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 

D22 ELECTRICITY— METHOD OF CHECKING CURRENT CONSUMED 

1908 Phillips (W. J.) Electrical energy in the Library : system of periodical 
check, L.W. (11) 34-38, 167-170 

D23 VENTILATION 

1879 Lincoln (D. F.) Ventilation of Libraries, L.J. (4) 254-257, Discussion 292 

1890 Greenhough (W. H.) Ventilation. ..of Public Libraries, L. (2) 421-425 

1892 Patton (N. S.) Ventilation. ..of Libraries, U.S. Rept 718-724 

1893 Discussion of Mr. Patton 's paper, L.J. (18) Conf No 28-30 

1894 Robertson ^A. W.) Ventilating... system of Aberdeen Library, L. (6) 95-98 
Greenwood s Public Libraries 386 

1897 Ventilation of reading rooms, L. (g) 88 

Hart (J. W.) Ventilating of Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 38-44 

1900 Exposition illustrating Library hygiene, L.J. (25) 120 

1903 Richards (E. H.) Sanitary construction and care of Library buildings, 

L.J. (28) 787-788, P.L. (8) 427-428 

1906 Ventilation, Lit Yr-Bk 560 

1907 Philip (A. J.) Ventilating of Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 225-230 

List of Ventilating Engineers — 

Hart, Son, Peard & Co., 138-140, Charing Cross Road, W.C. 
Keith & Blackman, Ltd., 27, Farringdon Avenue, E.C. 
Sturtevant Engineering Co., 147, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 

D24 LIBRARY APPLIANCES AND SUPPLIES, GENERAL. (Fixtures, Furniture, 
and Fittings.) 

1877 Nicholson (E. B.) Exhibition of Library appliances, ist Int Conf 241-249 

1879 A.L.A. Committee's Report, L.J. (4) 14 

1883 Exhibition of Library appliances, L.A. Trans (6) 181-190 

1886 Dewey (M.) Cost of Library equipment, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 22-23 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Report on Library appliances, L. (3) 381-397 

1892 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture and fittings, U.S. Rept 733-743. 1893 : 

L.J. (18) 225, Discussion, Conf No 30-31 

1896 Co-operation of Libraries for purchase of supplies, L. (8) 574-575, (9) 35 
Cutter (C. A.) Library furniture, fixtures and appliances, L.J. (21) Conf 

No 127-129 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 94-101 

1901 Eastman (W. R.) Public Library buildings, L.J. (26) Conf No 43 

— Evolution of Library fittings : a review of " The Care of Books," 
L.W. (4) 141-143 

1902 Berry (S. H.) About reading room tables, L.J. (27) 82-3 

Jast (L. S.) Some hindrances in progress in Public Library work : the 

Mechanical appliance craze, L.A.R. (2) 82-83 
Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 19-25, 69-75 

1904 Delaware L.C. Hdbk 29, 61-62 

1906 Directory for Library supplies, etc., Cat Ne^vs Notes (i) 332, 387-388, 456-8 

1907 Buildings and furnishings, Wis Lib Bull (3) 25-26 

Directory for Library supplies, etc., Cal News Notes (2) 47-49, 172-174, 

265-267, 348-350 
Peck (A. L.) Economical furniture and fittings, N.Y.L. (i) 41-42 
Buildings and furnishings, Wis Lib Bull (3) 25-26 

1908 Directory for Library supplies. Ceil News Notes (3) 80-82, 190-192, 279-281, 

P.L. (14) 510-512' 

For particulars relating to Library appliances, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gvvvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Milners' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 



170 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

D25 FURNITURE FOR CHILDREN'S ROOMS 

1906 Burg-oync (F. J.) Library planning, L.A.R. (8) 180 

For particulars relating to furniture for Children's Rooms, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D25=l FURNITURE FOR READING ROOMS 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture, fittings, U.S. Rept 741-742 
For particulars relating to Readifig Room furniture, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D252 FURNITURE FOR BOARD ROOM 

For full particulars relating to Board Room Tables, apply to — 
Hammer. G. M., & Co., Ltd.. 430. Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D253 LIFTS 

1S79 Green (S. S.) Elevation in the W'orcester (U.S.) Public Library, L.J. (4) 
201-202 

For Book Lifts see D31 

D26 SHELVING— GENERAL 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Shelving, U.S. Rept 485-487 

1881 • — Construction of Library buildings, L.J. (6) Conf No 69-77 

1885 Small Library buildings, L.J. (10) 250-256, 323-335 

1886 Practical note from the Liverpool Public Library, L.J. (11) 491 

1887 Dewey (M.) Library shelving — definitions and general principles, 

L.N. (U.S.) (2) 95-122 

1888 Shelves, L.J. (13) 367 

1890 Gladstone (W. E.) On books and the housing of them, L.J. (15) 139-142 

i8gi Brown (J. D.) Report on Library appliances, L. (3) 382-383 

1892 Carr (H. J.) Book storage and shelving, U.S. Rept 735-738 

1894 Greemvood's Public Libraries 388-392 

1896 Specimen illustration of various styles of bookcases, P.L. (i) 126 

i8g8 May (W.) Improved form of book shelving for Branch Libraries, L. (8) 

255-259 

1901 Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings. L.J. (26) Conf No 41-43 
Bolton (C. K.) Planning Libraries. P.L. (6) 620 

1902 Dewey (M.) Capacity of book stacks, P.L. (7) 28-29 

1904 Ranck (S. H.) Relative shelf space occupied by books published in 

England and in America, L.J. (29) 533-534 

1905 Clark (J. W.) Ev-olution of bookcases, L.A.R. (7) 555-558 

Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries, their building and equipment, L.A.R. 
(j) 161-177. 220-236 
1909 Soule (C. C.) Shelves around reading rooms, P.L. (14) 134 
For particulars relating to Shelving, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd.. 430, Strand, W.C. 
HoLLiNGS & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoN'EO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D27 SHELVING— WOOD 

1877 Poole (W. F.) Why wood shelving is better than Iron, L.N. (U.S.) 95-97 

1901 Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings, L.J. (26) Conf No 42-43 

1902 Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 20-21 
For particulars relating to Wooden Shelving, apply to— 

Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 



BOOK SHELVING 171 



D28 SHELVING— METAL 

1876 Acland (Sir H. VV.) Radcliffe iron boolccases, L.A. Trans (1) 75 
1891 Brown (J. D.) Report on Library appliances, L. (3) 382-383 
1893 Stikeman system of adjustable shelvinj,^, L.J, (18) 119 

Discussion on the stack system, L.J. (18) Conf No 30-31 
1901 Eastman (W. R.) Library buildinj^s, L.J. (26) Conf No 42 
1905 Green (B. R.) Library building and book stacks, L.J. (31) Conf No 52-55 
1909 Keen (W. \Y.) Library book stacks without daylight, P.L. (14) 290-291 
For particulars relating to Metal Shelving, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 2^, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 
Holborn, W.C. 

Rollings & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

MiLXERs' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 

RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

Tann, John, ii, Newgate Street, E.C. 

D29 SHELVING— ADJUSTABLE, SLIDING, SUSPENDED 

1887 Jenner (H.) Movable presses in British Museum, L.C. (4) 88-90 
Garnett (R.) New book press at the British Museum, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 

97-100 
Movable shelving at the British Museum, L.J. (12) 261-262 
Jenner 's sliding bookcases, L.J. (12) 504 

1888 Adjustable shelving, L.J. (13) 367 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Report on Library appliances, L. (3) 382-383 

Garnett (R.) .Sliding press at the British Museum, L. (3) 414-420, L.J. (17) 
422-424 

1892 Lymburn (J.) Plan of suspended iron presses as a general system of 

book accommodation in large Libraries, L. (4) 241-242, L.J. (18) 10 

1893 Stikeman system of adjustable shelving, L.J. (18) 119 

1895 Garnett (R.) On the provision of additional space in Libraries, L. (7) 11-17 

Mayhew (H. M.) Revolving extension press, L. (7) 10 
1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice, Greenivood's 

i>-fife 94-95 
1901 Eastman (W. R.) Library buildings, L.J. (26) Conf No 42 

For particulars relating to Adjustable, Sliding and Suspended Book Shelves, 
apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hollings & Guest, Ltd., Thimble i\rill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
MiLNERs' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D291 DWARF BOOKCASES 

For particulars relating to Dzvarf Bookcases, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D29 2 REVOLVING BOOKCASES 

For particulars relating to Revolving Bookcases, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

1)29 3 ADJUSTABLE DISPLAY BOOKCASES 

For particulars relating to Adjustable Display Bookcases, apply to — 
Rockwell Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
RovEO Ltd.. 26. Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 



172 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

D 29=4 ATLAS SHELVES 

For particulars relating to Atlas Shelves, apply to— 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gvv3dir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
HoLLiNGs & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmint^ham 
Library Bure.'^u, Ltd., Chicag-o, New York, Boston, London 
MiLNERs' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
RONEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D30 SHELVING APPLIANCES— GENERAL 

1886 Dewey (M.) Book braces, supports and props, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 214-223, 

(2)38 
Larned (J. N.) Some new devices and arrangements, L.J. (11) 294-296 
1891 Brown (J. D.) Miscellaneous appliances, L. (3) 394-395 
1908 Carney (F.) Problem of a shelf department, L.J. (33) 433-437 
For particulars relating io Shelving Appliances, apply to — ■ 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
HoLLiNGs & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D301 SPECIAL— SHELF SUPPORTS 

1878 Cutter (C. A.) Wooden book supports, L.J. (3) 192 

1884 Lowell Book support, L.J. (9) 16 

1885 Discussion on book supports, L.J. (10) 311-312 

1886 Dewey (M.) Book braces, supports and props, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 214-23, (2) 38 
Mason's shelf supports, L.J. (11) 492 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 382 

1894 Book supports. Greenwood's Public Libraries 398 

1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer- — Illustrations of various book supports, P.L. 

(i) 127 
1902 Book supports, Minn, la and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 24, 70 

For particulars relating to Book Supports, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D302 SHELF DUMMIES 

1876 Dewey (M.) Catalogues and cataloguing, U.S. Rept 633 

1890 Fletcher (W. L) Economy of shelf room — dummies, L.J. (15) 134-135 

1906 Stewart (J. D.) Oversize books, L.W. (9) 208-211 

1908 Carney (F.) Problem of the shelf department, L.J. (33) 436-437 

For particulars relating to Dummies for separating subjects on shelves, 
apply to — 

East Ham Bookbinding Works, Plashet Lane, East Ham, E. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D30 3 SHELF PINS 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Organization and management of Public Libraries, U.S. 

Rept 486 
1886 Dewey (M.) Revolving shelf pin, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 134 
1902 Shelf pins, Minn, la and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 20 

For particulars relating to Shelf Pins, apply to — ■ 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D304 AUTOMATIC SHELF STEPS 

For particulars relating to Shelf Steps {automatic step and handle), apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 



SHELVING APPLIANCES 173 

D30=5 DWARF STEPS 

For particulars relating to Dtvarf Steps, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
HoLLiNGS & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D306 LADDERS 

For particulars relating to Ladders, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Hollings & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D31 BOOK CARRIERS AND TRUCKS 

1877 Winsor (J.) Scheme for automatic delivery of books, L.J. (i) 22 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Book trucks, U.S. Rept 742 

igoi Garnett (R.) and B. R. Green. Mechanical book carriers in the Library 

of Congress, L. (N.S.) (2) 282-297 
Library of Congress book carriers and pneumatic tubes, ill.. Kept of Libn 

of Congress 354-357 
1902 Book trucks, Minn, la and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 23 

For particulars relating to Book Carriers and Trucks, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Cooper's Safe Co., 24, Broad Street Place, E.C. 
Hollings & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D32 SHOW CASES 

1907 Denne (G. E.) Show cases for books, L.W. (10) 70-71 
Peters (H.) Show cases for books, L.W. (10) 119-120 

For particulars relating to Shozv Cases, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D33 BOOK RESTS AND HOLDERS 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Miscellaneous appliances, L. (3) 394 
1897 — Recent developments of Library practice. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 98-99 
For particulars relating to Book Rests and Holders, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hollings & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D331 MAP FRAMES AND EASELS 

For particulars relating to Adjustable Map Frames and Easels, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Wallis Bros. & Wicksteed, Stamford Road Works, Kettering 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D34 DESKS AND COUNTERS 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Desks and counters, U.S. Rept 487-489 
1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Counters and delivery desks, U.S. Rept 738 
— Office and catalogue desks, U.S. Rept 739 



174 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1894 Greemvood's Public Libraries 382 > ■' 

1902 Loan desks, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 22-23, 7" 
For particulars relating to Desks and Counters, apply to — 

Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 

Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boslon, London 

RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D34 1 DESKS— FLAT TOP 

For particidars, apply to — 

Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Milners' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D342 DESKS— ROLL TOP 

For particulars, apply to — 

Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 

Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D343 DESK RACKS AND TRAYS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D34=4 DESK SUPPLIES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 
St.'\nley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

D345 CUPBOARDS AND CABINETS— GENERAL 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
HoLLiNGS & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Milners' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Rockwell Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 
Tann, John, ii, Newgate Street, E.C. 

D346 MAP CUPBOARDS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W'.C. 
Milners' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D35 CHAIRS 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture and fittings, U.S. Rept 740 

1894 Chairs, Greenwood's Public Libraries 396 

1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Library chairs, P.L. (1) 130 

1902 Chairs, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 21-22 
For particulars relating to Chairs, apply to — • 

Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C 

Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 



CHAIRS AND TABLES 175 



D35=l CHAIRS FOR CHILDREN'S ROOMS 

1902 Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 22 

For particulars relating to Chairs suitable for Childreji, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, VV.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D352 CHAIR CASTORS 

For particulars relating to the " Domes of Silence,", or Patent Invisible 
Castors, apply to — 
The Domes of Silence, Ltd., 5, Lloyd's Avenue, E.C. 

D353 CHAIR PADS 

For particulars relating to Rubber Chair Pads, apply to — 
The Domes of Silence, Ltd., 5, Lloyd's Avenue, E.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

D36 READING TABLES 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Tables, U.S. Rept 738-739 

1S94 Greenwood's Public Libraries 395-396 

1900-01 Burg^ovne (F. J.) Some points in Librarv planning. Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk '15 
1902 Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 21 
1908 Webb (A.) Newsroom methods, L.W. (10) 318-319 
For particulars relating to Reading Tables, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 
For particulars relating to Reading Table Racks, apply to*— 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

D361 READING DESKS AND EASELS 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Reading desks, U.S. Rept 738 

For particulars relating to Reading Desks and Easels, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Charjibers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D37 READING TABLES FOR CHILDREN'S ROOMS 

1902 Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 21 
For particulars relating to Reading Tables for Children's Rooms, apply to — 
Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
H.uimer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

D38 NEWSPAPER STANDS 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Racks and stands for periodicals and newspapers, L. (3) 

3S3-86 
1894 Newspaper stands. Greenwood's Public Libraries 396 
1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Illustration of newspaper stands and racks, 

P.L. (i) 127 
1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries : their building and equipment, L.A.R. 

(7) 161-177, 220-236 
See also E 70 



176 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

For particulars relating to Newspaper Stands, apply to — " 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D39 NEWSPAPER RACKS 

1885 Borden (W. A.) Newspaper files, L.J. (10) 313-314 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Racks and stands for periodicals and newspapers, L. (3) 

383-86 
1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Illustration of newspaper rack, P.L. (i) 127 
1900 Sparke (A.) Newspaper rack for bound volumes, L. W. (3) 127-128 
1902 Newspaper rack, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 23 
See also E 70 
For particulars relating to Newspaper Racks, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
HOLLINGS & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D40 PERIODICAL RACKS 

1877 Discussion on filing pamphlets, L.J. (2) 38 

1880 Holden (E. S.) Treatment of pamphlets in special Libraries, L.J. (5) 166-7 
i88i Pamphlet rack, L.J. (6) 52 

1894 Periodical rack, Greenwood's Public Libraries 397 
1902 Periodical rack, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 22 
See also E 70 
For particulars relating to Periodical Racks, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Hollings & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D41 TIMETABLE RACKS 

1907 Waldron (J. S.) Racks for time-tables, L.W. (10) 239-240 
For particulars relating to Time-Table Racks, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers ^ 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bltreau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D42 HAT AND UMBRELLA STANDS 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture and fittings, U.S. Rept 740 
For particulars relating to Hat and Umbrella Stands, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D43 CLOCKS 

1889 Richardson (E. C.) Library clocks, L.J. (14) 378 
For particulars relating to Silent Electric clocks, apply to — 
Kendal & Dent, Ltd., Ludgate Hill, E.C. 
Silent Electric Clock Co., 192, Goswell Road, E.C. 



FIRE PREVENTION, INSURANCE, ETC. 177 

D44 TELEPHONES 

1877 Winsor (J.) Telephones in Libraries, L.J. (2) 22 

1898 Stillman (M. L.) Telephones in Branches, L.J. (23) Conf No 166 

1899 Telephones in Libraries, L.A. (i) 223 

1900 Telephone book renewals, P.L. (5) 255, 426 

1903 Legality of telephone call offices in Public Libraries, L.A.R. (5) 139 

1904 Offer to instal telephones in Libraries for public use, L.A.R. (6) 264 

1908 Freeman (M. W.) Relation of the Library to the outside world; or, the 

Library and publicity, L.J. (33) 488-492 
Use of telephones in Libraries, P.L. (13) 361 

1909 Information bureaux in Libraries, L.A. (6) 341-342 

For particulars relating to Internal Telephones, apply to — 
General Electric Co., 71, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
Inter-Communicating Telephone Co., 64, Leadenhall Street, E.C. 
Sterling Telephone and Electric Co., 200, Upper Thames Street, E.C. 

D441 TELEPHONE INDEX CABINETS 

For particulars relating to Telephone Index Cahitiets, apply to — 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. * 

D45 FURNITURE INVENTORY 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public I^ibraries, Greemvood's Yr-Bk 78 
For particulars relating to Furniture Inventory, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RocKWELL-W.ABASH Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D451 STORES INDEX (CARD) 

For particulars relating to Stores Index, apply to — 

Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

D46 FIRE PREVENTION, INSURANCE, etc. 

1879 Walford (C.) Destruction of Libraries by fire considered practically and 
historically, L.A. Trans (2) 65-70, 149-154, L.J. (4) 415-416 
Discussion on the prevention of fires In Libraries, L.J. (4) 52-54 
Green (S. S.) Precautions against fire in the Worcester Public Library, 
L.J. (4) 201-202 
1884 Preservation of books from fire, L.J. (9) 191 

1892 Poole (R. E.) Fires, protection, insurance, U.S. Rept 724-733. 1893 : 
L.J. (18) 223-224 
Insurance, Discussion by the A.L.A., L.J. (18) Conf No 23-26 
1899 Davis (C. T.) Insurance of Public Libraries, L.W . (2) 121-122 
1900-1 Davis (C. T.) Fire prevention and insurance. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 52-56 
1907 Folger (H.) Insurance for Libraries, P.L. (12) 52-53, Cal News Notes (2) 
108- no 
Clark (G. T.) Lessons from destruction of San Francisco Libraries, 
A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 121-123 

D47 SAFES AND STRONG ROOMS 

For particulars relating to Safes and Strong Rooms, apply to — 
Cooper's Safe Co., 24, Broad Street Place, E.C. 
MiLNERs' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Tann, John, it, Newgate Street, E.C. 
Tann, "R., & Co., London Fields Station (G.E.R.), Hackney, N.E. 



lyS BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



CLASS E 
Library Organization and Administration 



E 1 ORGANIZATION 

1876 Poole (\V. F.) Organization and management of Public Libraries, U.S. 

Rept 476-504 
Perkins (F. B.) How to make town Libraries successful, U.S. Rept 419 
Cutter (C. A.) Word to starters of Libraries, L.J. (i) 1-5 
Poole (W. F.) Popular objections to Public Libraries, L.J. (i) 45 
Pendleton (A. M.) How to start Libraries in small towns, L.J. (i) 161-2,^ 

213-16, 249-50, 313-14. 355-9, 421-2 

1877 Vinton (F.) Hints for itnproved Library economy drawn from usages at 

Princeton, L.J. (2) 53-57 
1885 How to form a Library, L.J. (10) 182-184 
1887 Bowker (R. R.) Formation and organization of Public Libraries, L.J, 

(12) 117-119, 152 _ _ _ 

1893 Circular of Board of Library Commissioners, State of New Hampshire^ 

relating to Library methods, L.J. (18) 42-3 
1899 Adams (Z. F.) Practical hints on organizing, P.L. (4) 143, 198-99 
Couvin (E. F.) Organization of small Libraries, P.L. (4) 195-97 
Green (S.) How to encourage the foundation of Libraries in small towns, 

L.J. (24) Conf No 14-15 
Wire (G. E.) Organization, /../. (24) Conf No 70-73 

1901 Roebuck (G. E.) How I would organize and administer a Public Library 

having a gross income of ;£'8oo a year (Prize Essay), L.A. (2) Supp vii-x 
Stephens (J. A.) How I would organize and administer a Public Library 

having a gross income of ;^8oo a year (Prize Essay), L.A. (2) Supp xi-xiv 
Savage (E. A.) The Library of the future, L.A. (3) 29-32 
How to start a Free Library, la Lib O. (i) 11- 12 
Barrett (R. C.) Few brief words about Libraries, la Lib O. (i) 26 

1902 Hopkins (A. H.) Organization and administration of University 

Libraries, L.J. (27) Conf No 10-16 

1903 Jf not a tax-supported Library, what? la Lib O. (3) 21-22 

1906 Renningcr (E. D.) Organization of a Library in a small town, L.J. (31) 

1 12-17 
Tyler (A. S.) Form of Library organization for a small town making a 

Library beginning, L.J. (31) 803-806 
Eastman (W. R.) Value and work of a State Library organizer. P.L. 

(10) 67-72 

1907 Organizing a Library, P.L. (12) 62 

1908 Barr (J.) Organization of a Library service, L.A. (6) 5-8, 25-2S 
Stewart (J. D.) Principles of Library organization, L.A. (6) 98-103, 

Discussion 104-105 
Jones (M. L.) Organization of labour within Libraries, L.J. (33) 171-173 

1909 Bostwick (A. E.) System in the Library, L.J. (34) 480-4S1 
Organization and reorganization in \Visconsin, Wis Lib Bull (4) 27-30 
Moffett (H. A.) How the money was spent at Elwood (Irid.) Library, 

P-L. (14) 349 

E2 ADMINISTRATION 

1876 Jones (L. E.) Government Library report, L.J. (1) 7-10 

Perkins (F. B.) How to make town Libraries successful, U.S. Rept 419-30 
Poole (W. F.) Organization and management of Public Libraries, U.S. 

Rept 476-504 
Robinson (O. H.) College Library administration, U.S. Rept 505-525 

1877 Vinton (F.) Hints for improved Library economy drawn from usages and 

principles, L.J. (2) 53-57 
Jones (J. \V.) Inaugural address, ist hit Conf 1-21; L.J. (2) 99-119 
Wheatley (B. R.) Hints on Library management, L.J. (2) 210-216 



LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION 179 

1878 Selig-mann (L.) Sigriification of Libraries past and {^resent, L.A. Trans 

(.)b8-74 . ' 

1879 Campbell (G. L.) Grouping- ot i)opulous places for Libraiy purposes, L.A. 

Trans (2) 2S-31 

1880 Maclauchlin (J.) How the Free Library system may be extended to 

counties, L.A. Trans (3) 58-6(1 
1883 Lovell (J.) Functions and operations of the Free Library system, L.A. 

Trans (0) 58-66 
Credland (\V. R.) Starved h'ree Libraries, L.A. Trans (b) yi-yS 
West (T. H.) Isefuhiess of Libraries in small towns, L.J. (8) 227-229 

1886 Hewins (G. M.) How to make the most of a small Library, L.J. (11) 305- 

308, 37^ .^ ^ ' 

Dewey (M.) Selecting- a Library system, L.N. {Li.S.) (i) 21-22 
— Why a Library does or does not succeed, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 45-47 

1887 Crunden (F. M.) Business methods in Library management, L.J. (12) 335- 

338, 435-436 

1888 Cowell (P.) Experientia Docet ; or, thoughts and experiences of a Public 

Librarian, L.C. (5) 157-166 
Bardwell (W. A.) Library work, L.J. (13) 5-7 
Schwartz (J.) Business methods in Libraries, L.J. (13) 334 
Crandall (M. L) Art element in Library work, L.J. (13) 365 
Foster (W. E.) Progress towards intelligent ideals of the scope and i-nethod 

of Public Libraries, L.A^ (U.S.) (3) 319-33 

1889 Cutter (C. A.) Common sense in Libraries : Presidential address, L.J. (14) 

Conf No 141-54 
Fletcher (\\\ I.) Some Library superstitions, L.J. (14) Conf No 155-59 
Denie (L.) How to make the most of a small Library, L.A^. (U.S.) (3) 

469-74 

1890 Ford (P. L.) Differentiation or specialization of Libraries, L.J. (15) 7-9 
Cohen (M.) Differentiation of Libraries : a criticism of P. L. Ford's paper, 

L.J. (15) 70-71 
Galleys (G. B.) Circular of information about Library work, L.J. (15) 

329-30 
Green (H. E.) Library experts : their rights andcluties, L.J. (15) Conf No 

15-19 

1891 Clarke (E. E.) "Departmental Libraries, L.J. (16) 264-88 

Steiner (L. H.) Should uniformity mark the arrangement and administra- 
tion of our Libraries, or should individuality be permitted to assert itself 
in each? L.J. (16) Conf No 57-61 

1892 Soule (C. C.) Articles on the administration of the Boston Library, L.J. 

(17) 54-55. 88-94, 124-125 
Crunden (F. M.) Executive department : general supervision, including 

building, finance, etc., U.S. Rept 795-809, L.J. (18) 232-234, Discussion, 

L.J. (18) Conf No 63-65 
Fletcher (W. L) Presidential address at Lakewood, L.J. (17) Conf No 1-6 

1893 Hill (T. P.) Library service : series of questions sent to 210 Libraries in 

U.S., L.J. (18) 228-9 
Kelso (T. L.) Some economical features of Public Libraries, L.J. (iS) 473-4 

1894 Merrill (W. G.) How the Newberry Library was moved, L.J. (19) 11-12 

1895 Hopkins (A. H. A.) Handbook of Library Economy, L.J. (20) Conf No 41-2 

1896 Dana (J. C.) Library primer, P.L. (i) 4-10, 39-45, 79-82, 115-133, 167-74, 

212-15,, 263-4 

1897 Dewey (M.) Relation of State to the Public Library, 2nd Ini Conf 19-22 
Crunden (F. M.) Books and text-books : the Library as a factor in 

education, 2nd Int Conf 46-54 
Richardson (E. C.) Libraries thi' primary factor in human evolution, 

2nd Int Conf 158-159 
Brown (J. D.) Procedure in formation of Public Libraries, Grccmvood's 

Vr-Bk 60-78 

1898 Briscoe (J. P.) A well-equipped Library, L.A. (i) 49-52 

1899 Swift (L.) Paternalism in Public Libraries, L.J. (24) 609-18 , 
Hewins (C. M.) How to make a Library attractive, L.J. (24) Conf No 23-6 
Lindsay (M. H.) Changing from a subscription Library to a Free 

Library, L.J. (24) Conf No 73-76 
Freeman (M. W.) Management of small Public Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf 

No 76-80 
Putnam (H.) Report on cost of service in Library of Congress, Re pi of 

Libn of Cong 27-40 



i8o BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

iQoo Jast (L. S.) Some hindrances to progress in Public LibraVy work, L.A.R. 

(2) 81-88 
Pennock (B. M.) The other side of " Paternalism," L.J. (25) 61-63 
Brett (W. H.) Public Library of the future, L.J. (25) 69-70 
Thwaites (R. G.) Ten years of American Library progress, L.J. (25) 

Conf No 1-7 
Lane (W. C.) Report on adjustments and organization, L.J. (25) Conf 

No 80-S2 

1901 Countryman (G.) Opportunities, L.J. (26) Conf No 52-54 

Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 92-100, 147-152, 290-298, 384-406 
Randall (S. W.) Revision of the Library of the University of Pennsylvania, 

L.J. (2b) 383-86 
Green (E.) The old order and the new, L.U . (4) 38-41 
Keogh (A.) English and American Libraries : a comparison, P.L. (6) 

3S8-95 
Jast (L. S.) Accessions : the checking of the processes, L. (N.S.) (i) 152-62 
Fairchild (S. C.) Functions of the Library, P.L. (6) 527-32 

1902 Wellman {H. C), W. R. Eastman and N. D. C. Hodges. Report of the 

Committee on Library administration, L.J. (27) Conf No 86-91 
Brown (J. D.) The Small Library, its formation, equipment and manage- 
ment, L. W. (4) 309 et seq (Published in book form 1907) 
Billings (J. S.) Some Library problems of to-morrow, P.L. (7) 292-97 
Crunden (F. M.) How things arc done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 20-43 
Dana (J. C.) Meaning of the Public Library in a City's life, L.J. (27) 

755-57 
. Library management, Delaware L.C. Hdhk 46-55 
Couvin (E. F.) Some fads and fallacies in Library work, L.J. (27) 821-23 
Billings (J. S.) Some Library problems of to-morrow, L.J. (27) Conf No 1-9 
Savage (E. A.) Library of the future, L.W. (4) 239-45 
Dewey (M.) Library notes, P.L. (7) 70-71, 153, 191-92, 239-40, 371, 461-2 
Daniels (J. F.) Library handicraft, P.L. (7) 405-6 

1903 Glazier (T. W.) Anticipated developments of Library practice, L.A. (3) 

221-26 
Lyster (T. W.) Idea of a great Public Library : an essay in the philosophy 

of Libraries, L.A.R. (5) 161-74 
Mould (R. W.) Some Library aids : other than mechanical, L.A.R. (5) 

362-70 
Grinling (C. H.) Libraries as v^,orkshops, L.A.R. (5) 400-410 
Review of Grasel's Handbuch der Bibliothekslehre, P.L. (8) 1 18-19 
Lecture outlines and problems, N.Y.S.L. Bull (75) Report (85) 
Bostwick (A. E.) Work of the small Public Library, L.J. (28) 596-600 
Canfield (J. H.) Specialization of Libraries, L.J. (28) 820-22 
Eastman (VV. R.) and C. Marvin. Report of Committee on Library 

administration, L.J. (28) Conf No 71-76 
Witham (E.) Making a Library useful, L.J. (28) 604 
Swift (L.) Question of Public Library expansion, L.J. (28) 713-16 
Lord (J. E.) Library machinery, P.L. (8) 227-33 
Wire (G. E.) Review of Brown's Manual of Library Economy, P.L. (8) 

466-68 

1904 Prideaux (W. R. B.) Library economy (chiefly continental at the end 

of the 17th c), L.A.R. (6) 129-38. Has a bibliography 
Angell (J.) Use of the Library, L.J. (29) 592-3 
Bond (H.) Some features of recent Library practice in Great Britain, 

L.J. (29) Conf No 28.33 
Report of the Committee of Library administration by W. R. Eastman, 

C. Marvin, and H. C. Wellman, L.J. (29) Conf No 163-67 
Green (E.) On the improvement of old Libraries, L. W. (6) 204-7 
— Some elements of success in Public Library work, L.W. (6) 289-92 
Wood (E.) A small Library's opportunities, L.W. (7) 32-35 
Wallar (J.) Uses of Public Libraries, L. W. (7) 65-70 
Thorne (H. S.) Changes hoped for in Library administration, P.L. (9) 

173-4 
Burpee (L. J.) Modern methods in small Libraries, P.L. (9) 217-21 
Word about modern methods, P.L. (9) 222 

Gurd (N.) How to deepen public interest in the Library, P.L. (9) 222-24 
Vincent (G. E.) Library and the social memory, P.L. (9) 479-85 



LIBRA K \ A DMINISTRA TION 



Stearns (E. J.) Library building-, Minn P.L.C. Notes (i) 5-6 
General policy of a Library, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 40-42 
Putnam (H.) Public Libraries — their need for expert counsel, la Lib Q. 
(4) 26-28 

1905 Bursill (P. C.) Public and its Libraries, L.A. (4) 275-279 
Ballinger (J.) Library politics, L.A.K. (7) 482-493, Discussion 564-568 
Lichtenstein (J.) Essentials and non-essentials in Library work, L.J. (30) 

399-403 
Richardson (E. (,'.) National Library problem, L.J. (30) Conf No 1-9 
Ranck (S. H.) Library administration on an income of from $1,000 to 

$5,000 a year : essentials and non-essentials, L.J. (30) Conf No 58-63, 

Discussion 177-178, P.L. (10) 397-401 
Freeman (M. \\'.) Library administration on an income of from $1,000 

to $5,000 a year : economies in plans and methods, L.J. (30) Conf No 

64-68, Discussion 177-178, P.L. (10) 394-397 
Josephson (A. G. S.) Notes on the bibliography of Library economy, P.L, 

(10) 122-123 
Library's place in the municipality, P.L. (10) 300-302 
Koopman (H. L.) Library militant, P.L. (10) 331-335 
Rockwell (A. S.) Ruts and how to avoid them, P.L. (10) 339-343 
Law (H. E.) Public Library as a business proposition, L.J. (30) 405-408 
Report of the A. L.A. Committee on Library administration, W. R. 

Eastman and others, L.J. (30) Conf No 102-106 
Johnson (J. S.) Trustee's point of view, P.L. (10) 468-469 
Public Library as a public service, P.L. (lo) 480-481 
Barry (J.) Some aspects of Librarj- administration in Ireland, An Leah 

(i)' 144-148 

1906 Powell (W.) Librarianship in the future, L.A. (5) 135-139 
Bailey (Sir W. H.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (8) 461-476 
Richardson (E. C.) Library in the community, L.J. (31) 107-111 
Financial conditions of German Libraries, L.J. (31) 274 

Pollard (A. A.) Business end of a Library, L.J. (31) 311-315, P.L. (11) 

355-359 
Report of A. L.A. Committee on Library administration, W. R. Eastman 

and others, L.J. (31) Conf No 146-153 
Library administration. Lit Yr-Bk 551-562 
Thwaites (R. G.) Sphere of the Library, P.L. (11) 1-5 
Countryman (G.) Library as a social centre, P.L. (11) 5-7 
Wakeman (E. F.) Small Library as a Library centre, P.L. (11) 9 
Canfield (J. H.) Library methods in the business world, P.L. (11) 244-246 
Bullock (W. J.) Encouragement in Library work, P.L. (11) 500-502 
Gaillard (E. W.) Simple Library simplification, P.L. (11) 551-553 
Marvin (C.) A. L.A. Report on Library administration, P.L. (11) 554-555 
Le Crone (S. E.) Library house-keeping-, Minn P.L.C. Notes (9) 33-34 
Farr (A.) Librarj- house-keeping, Minn P.L.C. Notes (9) 34-35 
Dana (J. C.) Making- a Library useful. Wash L.A. BitU {2) No 2, 6-7 
Library from within. An Leah (2) 78-86 

1907 Barrett (F. T.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (9) 541-54S 

Bailey (A. L.) How shall the Library help the working man, L.J. (32) 
198-201 

Bookless Libraries, L.W. (10) 45-46 

Coutts (H. T.) Specialization in Library work, L.W. (9) 393-396 

Foss (S. W.) Man more than machinery, P.L. (12) 1 17-120 

Bowerman (G. F.) Some Libraries In the Farthest North-West, P.L. (12) 
120-122 

Bostwick (A. E.) Library as an educational centre of a town, P.L. (12) 
171-174 

Foglesong (H.) Library work viewed from the byway, P.L. (12) 293-297 

Report of the A. L.A. Committee on Library administration, W. R. East- 
man, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 159-162 

Ledbetter (E. E.) Simple methods, N.Y.L. (i) i3-i'5 

Putnam (W. H.) Duties of the Library Director^ Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) 
No 4, 43-46 

McKee (A.) Business method in Library work, Neh Lib Bull No 4, 14-16 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British Municipal Libraries, 

L. (N.S.) (9) 218-224 
Smith (E. M.) and L. E. Fav. Library militant : a drama in blank verse, 
^■J- (33) 95-97 



i82 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Industrial possibilities of Public Libraries, L.J. (33) 100 

Jones (M. L.) Organization of labour within Libraries, L.J. {j^}) 171-173 

New things for old, P.L. (13) 132 

Rathbone (J. A.) Modern Library movement, P.L. (13) 197-201 

Reminiscences of an untrained Librarian, P.L. (13) 207-211 

Library round table meeting. Wis Lib Bull (4) 30-33 

Jast (L. S.) Lantern lecture on " Municipal Public Libraries and their 
work," L.^LJ^. (10) 585-586 

Bacon (C.) Report of the A.L.A. Commitlt'e on Library administration, 
A.L.A. Bull (2) 222-231 

Leffman (H.) Some suggestions for improvement in Library manage- 
ment, L.J. (i,:^) 519-520 

1909 Corns (A. R.) Some insufficientlv develo])td points in Library practice, 
L.A.R. (11) 257-263 
Specialization of Library work, L.J. (34) 470 
Bostwick (A. E.) System in the Library. J.. J. (34) 476-482 
Dewey (M.) Combining administrative departments, P.L. (14) 21 
Suggestions to a Library Board, Lib Occ (2) 52-53 
Askew (S. B.) The place : the man and the book, N.Y.L. (i) 163-169 
Hawkes (A. J.) Functions of Central Library and the problem of branches, 

L.A. (6) 371-375. 394-401 
Wood (J. L.) Who's who in the Library, P.L. (14) 81-84 
\\'ilson (L. N.) Common sense in Library matters, P.L. (14) 168-173 
Elmendorf (T. W.) Things that matter, 'P.L. (14) 281-289 

E3 SMALL LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION 

1897 Freeman (M. W.) Management of small Public Libraries, L.J. (23) 79-80 
1902 Hazeltine (Miss) Detail work in a small Library, L.J. (27) 888-889 

1904 Duren (F.) Why should a small Library be organized, la Lib C.Q. (4) 5-10 
Bennett (C. K.) Librarian of a small Library, Minn P.L.C. Notes 

No I, 2-4 
Suggestions to very small Libraries, Delaware L.C. lidbk 25-29 

1905 Mcllvaine (C.) Special collections in small Libraries, P.L. (10) 271-273 
Buren (M. Van-) Reference work in a small Librar}', Minn P.L.C. Notes 

No 2, 1-4 
Askew (S. B.) Problems of a small town Library, L.J. (31) 705-708 
Cutter (W. P.) Notes on book purchasing for small Libraries, Vt L.C. 

Bull (i) 13-15 

1906 Valkenburgh (A. Van) Common sense in cataloguing small Libraries, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 127-129 
What the State Library Commission can do for the small Library, L.J. 

(31) Conf No 247-251 
W'hat the State Library Association should do for the small Library, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 251-254 
Milner (A. V.) Inexpensive resources for Miiall Libraries, P.L. (11) 363-367 
Morton (F.) What the Librarian of a small Library can do for Children, 

Neb Lib Bull No i, 3-7 
McDonnell (E. P.) Cataloguing in small Libraries, Wash L.A. Bull (2) 2-5 
Walker (J.) Public Librarv in a small town. Wash L.A. Bull (2) 10-12 
Hutchins (F. A.) Enlarging field of the sm.ill Library, Minn P.L.C. Notes 

(2) 39-43 
Wakeman (E. F.) Small Library as a Library centre, P.L. (11) 9 
Hall (B. C.) One year in a small Library, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 4, 6-9 

1907 Evans (M. J.) Most valuable contribution of the small Library, Minn 

P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 84-85 

1908 Huntley (L.) Small town Library, L.W. (11) 205-208 
Reminiscences of an untrained Librarian, P.L. (13) 207-211 
Proctor (R.) Experiences of a Vermont Library, Vt L.C. Bull (4) 2-4 
Macdonald (K. I.) Magazines for a small Library, Wis Lib Bull (4) 1-9 
Claude (L. W.) Recent developments in small Library desigm. Wis Lib 

Bull (j[) 9-1 1 , ' 

Tvler (A. S.) Library Commissions, the small Librarv and the card 

'catalog, /LL..1. Bull (2) 370-372 
Pierce (I.) Reference work in a small Library, JAb Occ (2) q-io 
Palmer (M.) Picture exchange for small Libraries, Wis Lib Bull No 3, 1-3 
Sample letter from a rural Library, Wis Lib Bull (4) 106 

1909 Hulsizer (S. H.) How to make a Library useful to a small town, L.J. 

(34) 257-260, N.Y.L. (i) 232-235 



CONSOLIDATION AND CENTRALIZATION 183 

Hobart (F.) Monfv makin^^ for the smallest Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 199-203 

Kelly (B. M.) Work in a small Library, P.L. (14) 45-49 

Leffmann (H.) On Library manaj^-ement, P.L. (14) 36-37 

Next step for the small Library, la Lib O. (6) 1-2 

Milner (A. V.) Library resources of low cost and hig-h value, N.Y.L. (i) 

173-177 
Bostwick (A. E.) What a Library may do for a small town, N.Y.L. 

(i) 172-173 
Coolidg^e (O. P.) Records necessary for the small Library, P.L. (14) 10-13 
Hasbrouck (I\L K.) Government documents and the small Library, P.L. 

(14) 52-53 

E31 LIBRARY METHODS APPLIED TO BUSINESS 

1909 Library technique applied to business, P.L. (14) 2K) 
Business and Librarianship, P.L. (14) 261 
Commercial research, P.L. (14) 267 

CONSOLIDATION AND CENTRALIZATION OF ADMINISTRATION 

Arguments for and against unification of Public Libraries 
E4 AMERICA 

1877 Discussion on the means of borrowing- desiderata, L.J. (i) 278-279 

1879 Campbell (G. L.) (iroujjing- of places for Library purposes, L.J. (4) 409-410 

1890 Berry (S. H.) Library versus Libraries: advantag-es of large collections 

of books in a metropolitan org^anization, L.J. (15) 337-338 

1891 Brainerd (C.) Librarv or Libraries, L.J. (16) 112-113 

1895 Library consolidation in New A'ork City, L.J. (20) 75, 84-85, 114, 125-126, 
129, 197, 204 

1898 County support for Cincinnati Public Library, P.L. (3) 184, 268 

Ohio Library Association- Discussion on county support, P.L. (3) 424-425 
Gould (G. M.) Union of Medical and Public Libraries, L.J. (23) Conf No 
157-158 

1899 Dewey (M.) 'loo many organizations, P.L. (4) 56-57 

1900 Billings (J. S.) Suggestions for consolidating New York Libraries, L.J. 

(25) 634-38, 741, (26) 1-22 

1901 Porter (\\ . T.) County Libraries — Ohio and Wisconsin, L.J. (26) 203 
County Libraries in Ohio and Maryland, /../. (26) 203-205 

County Libraries in Indiana, L.J. (26) 392 

Library development in Maryland, L.J. (26) 766 

Washington County Free Library, L.J. (26) 705 

Hodges (N. D. C.) Countv Libraries as a unit in a State Library system, 

L.J. (26) Conf No 178-181 
Brainerd (J. M.) Public Libraries for farmers, la L.C.O. (i) 27 

1902 Yust (W. F.) County Libraries in ^^'yoming, L.J. (27) 4, P.L. (7) 56 
Bingham (J.) Librarv extension in the State of Iowa, la L.C.Q. (2) 

17-18 

1903 Fison (H. W.) Country Library, L.J. (28) Conf No 47-50 

Universal Library : a plea for placing any book desired within the reach 
of any person wishing to make use of same, P.L. (10) 129-132 

1904 Yust (W. F.) County Libraries, P.L. (9) 81 

1905 Advantages of the countv and township Libraries in the Middle West, 

P.L. (10) 113 
County Library plan, Minn L.C. Notes No 2, 4; No 3, 3-4 
McPherson (GI B.) County extension, Minn L.C. Notes No 5, 7-9 
Plan for a Universal Library, P.L. (to) 129-132 

Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-167, 215-217, 259-261 
Scheme for county extension. Wash L.A. Bull (1) No i, 7 
Holmes (K. T.) Historv of the Travelling Librarv svstem of Washington, 

Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 2-4 
igo6 Titcomb (M. L.) How a small Librarv supplies a large number of people, 

^■J- (31) 51-54 
Wakeman (E. F.) Small Library as a Library centre, P.L. (11) 9 
1907 County Library in Ohio — methods, results and possibilities, P.L. (12) 19 
Nethaway (J. C.) Whv Library extension pavs Washington Countv, Minn 

P. L.C' Notes (2) 82-84 
Live Librarv — Washington Countv Free Librarv at Hagerstown, Md., 

Vt L. Bull (2) No 4, 1-3 ■ ' " 



i84 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Spencer (L.) Travelling Library plan in Richardson Qounty, Neb Lib 

Bull No 6, 8-IO 
Wynkoop (G.) Where should state aid and a local responsibility begin 

in Library extension work? A.L.A. Bull (i) 238-243 
Galbreath (C. B.) County Library in Ohio, Ohio Bull (3) No i, 10 

1908 Reading List on County Libraries, Cal News Notes (3) 129-133 

» Ripley (L. W.) County Free Library system — Sacramento plan, Cal News 

Notes (3) 303-304 
Gould (C. H.) Regional Libraries, L.J. (33) 218-219 
Gillis (J. L.) State Library system for California : a suggestion, Cal News 

Notes (3) 227-228, L.J. (33) 304, 316 
Brief sketch of the development of County Libraries in the United States, 

Cal News Notes (3) 123-126 
Eastman (W. R.) Village Library and the farm, N.Y.L. (i) 37-40 
Betteridge (G. L.) Province of the Travelling Library as a part of the 

State Library system, N.Y.L. (i) 70-73 
County Library in Ohio, Ohio Lib Bull (3) 1-3 
Brumback County Library, Ohio Lib Bull (3) 3-7 
Public Library of Cincinnati, Ohio Lib Bull (3) 7-10 

Dewey (H. B.) County circulating school Libraries, Wash L.A. Bull (2) 5-7 
Hogg (J. F.) Central control of Libraries and its advantages, L.A. (6) 

131-135 
Lane (VV. C.) Central Bureau of information and loan collection for 

College Libraries, L.J. (33) 429-433 

Ripley (L. W.) County Free Library extension — the Sacramento Plan, 

-L./. (33) 445-446 _ 

Eichler (F.) Central cataloguing, the bureau of mformation and mter- 

Library loans in Austria, L.J. (33) 506-507 
Baker (E. A.) Some recent developments of Library co-operation, L.A.R. 

(10) 660-677, Discussion 593-596 

1909 Isom (M. F.) County Library system in Multnomah County, Oregon, 

Cal News Notes (4) 259-262 
Ripley (L. W.) County Library system in Sacramento County, Cal News 

Notes (4) 262-264 
Eddy (H. G.) Elk Grove Station of the Sacramento Library, Cal News 

Notes (4) 264-266 
County Library system for California : what it is, how to proceed in 

establishing it, etc., Cal News Notes (4) 423-431 
Libraries in rural communities, L.J. (34) 445-448 
Hobart (F.) Reaching the rural population, P.L. (14) 373-376 
Clark (M.) How one township Library sends out books. Lib Occ (2) 55-56 
Friedley (G.) Work of a County Library, Lib Occ (2) 29 
Hill (F. P.) Book storage for Libraries — Reservoir Libraries, P.L. (14) 

304-305 
Iowa Travelling Library department, la Lib Q. (6) 34-35 
Ericson (C. J. A.) How shall co-operation between township and Public 
Libraries be secured, la Lib O. (6) 64 

See also Travelling Libraries F 4, and Methods of Reaching the 
Public F 10 

E5 ENGLAND 

1899 Thornsby (F.) Unification of Public Libraries, L.W. (i) 263 

1901 Caddie (J. A.) Co-operation of adjoining towns for the establishment of 

reference Libraries, L.A.R. (3) 562-566 
■ — Some further remarks on co-operation for the establishment of reference 
Libraries, L.A.R. (4) 237-240 

1902 Savage (E. A.) Library of the future, L.W. (4) 239-245 

Webb (S.) Library service of London : its co-ordination, development and 
education, L.A.R. (4) 193-203, Discussion 231-236 

1905 Inkster (L.) Library grouping, L.A.R. (7) 562-564. 1906: L.A.R. (8) 

46-52 

1906 Farr (H.) Libraries and the counties, L.A.R. (8) 169-177 

McKillop (J.) Present position of London Municipal Libraries, with 
suggestions for increasing their efficiency, L.A.R. (8) 624-633, Discus- 
sion 495-497 

Hemphill (F.) Proposed centralization of Metropolitan Libraries, Lit 
Yr-Bk 590-91 

1907 Daykin (J.) Village Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 365-375 



FINANCIAL RECORDS ^'-^ 185 



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Fovargue (H. W.) Suggested Library legislation for counties, L.A.R. 

(9) 15-18 

1908 Hogg (J. F.) Central control of Libraries and its advantages, L.A. (9) 

131-135, Discussion 136-138 
Discussion of J. W. Brown's paper on Schemes for " Village Libraries," 

L.A.R. (10) 598-599 
Baker (E. A.) Some recent developments of Library co-operation, L.A.R. 

(10) 660-677, Discussion 593-596 

Brown (J. W.) Village Libraries : The Westmoreland scheme, L.A.R. 

(10) 644-647 
Kemp (A. W.) Village Libraries : The Isle of Wight scheme, L.A.R. (10) 

647-648 

1909 Hand (T. W.) Inaugural address, Yorkshire Branch of A.L.A., L.A. (7) 

16-18 

E6 FINANCE— GENERAL 

1888 Hartman (E. V.) Project to aid German Libraries, L.J. (10) 47 

1901 Montgomery (T. L.) What may be done for Libraries by the city, L.J. 

(26) Conf No 5-7 
Birge (E. A.) What may be done for Libraries by the State, L.J. (26) 

Conf No 7-8 
Putnam (H.) What may be done for Libraries by the nation, L.J. (26) 

Conf No 9-16 
Richmond (L.) What proportion of appropriation should be spent for 

books, periodicals, etc., P.L. (6) 428-430 

1902 Brett (W. H.) Expenditure of Library funds, P.L. (7) 367 

1905 Sureties (H. G.) An appeal to Mr. Carnegie to pay off mortgages on 

older Libraries, L.A. (4) 201-3 
Countryman (G. A.) State aid to Libraries, P.L. (10) 55-60 
Ranck (S. H.) Library administration on an income of from $1,000 to 

$5,000 a year, L.J. (30) Conf No 58-63, P.L. (10) 397-401 

1907 Hudson (O. C.) Estimate of annual expenditure for an established 

Carnegie Library with an income of ;(£,^22o from Penny Rate, L.W. (10) 
'34-136 

1908 Kennedy (J. P.) Librarian as a factor in securing Library appropriations, 

A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 237-238 

1909 Cost of Library maintenance, P.L. (14) 347 

Hobart (F.) Money making for the smallest Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 199-203, 
Rules regarding Library allotments in New York, N.Y.L. (2) 38-39 
Payment of mortgage from Library rate, and accumulation of fund for 
repairs, L.A.R. (11) 416 

E7 FINANCIAL RECORDS 

1876 Perkins (F. B.) How' to make town Libraries successful, U.S. Rept 419 
Poole (W. F.) Organization and arrangement of Public Libraries, U.S. 

Rept 476 
1892-3 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department, L'.5. Rept 795-97, 801-2 
1894 Business books. Greenwood's Public Libraries 399 

1898 Mullen (B. H.) Plan for constant supervision of expenditure, L. (8) 252-53, 
1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American LIbrarv, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 150-152 
1902 Sanborn (A. S.) Method of keeping statistics of expenditure for books, 

L.J. (27) 1007-8 
1905 Eustis (G. H.) Hints on Library accounts, P.L. (10) 7-8 

Ranck (S. H.) Library administration on an income of from $1,000 to 

$5,000 a year, L.J. (30) Conf No 58-63, P.L. (10) 397-401 
iqo6 Pollard (A. A.) Business end of a Librarv, L.J. (31) 311-315, P.L. (11), 

355-359 
Forms for financial statements. Wis Lib Bull (2) 64 

1908 Neesham (E. W.) Cash receipts and petty cash, L.W. (10) 248-251 
Municipal accounts and the Public Library, la Lib Q. (5) 191 

1909 Keeping Library accounts, L.A.R. (11) 4^ 

Dold (M.) Uniform business methods, Ca\ Lib Assn Hdbk 33-34 

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E72 AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS 

1895 Audit of accounts of District and Parisli Couiuils, /,..!. Yr-Bk 48-49 

E8 PERSONNEL: GOVERNING BOARDS, COMMITTEES, DIRECTORS, 
TRUSTEES, etc. (Powers, duties, qualifications, etc.) 
General 

1893 Utley (H. M.) Government, constitution, bye-laws and Trustees, U.S. 

Rept (i) 743-747. ^-Z- (18) 225-227, Discussion C:onf No 31-33 
1897 Jones (H.) Library authorities : their powers and ckities, 2rid Ini Cniif 
23-26, Discussion 230-231 

E9 SPECIAL— COMMITTEES 

1894 Public Library Committees and Commissioners, (ircctiiuood's Public 

Libraries 352-376 

1895 Ballinger (J.) Report on the constitution of Library Committees, L. (7) 1-9 
1897 Rawson (H.) Duties of Library Committees, 2nd Int Couf 27-30 

Jones (H.) Library authorities : their powers and duties, 2nd Ini Cnnf 
23-26, Discussion 230-231 
1900-01 Notes for Library Committees, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 1-5 
1903 Jast (L. S.) Committee work, L.A. (4) 43-45 

1908 Neesham (E. W.) Committee work (Specimen Agenda), L. IP'. (10) 351-53 

1909 Law (W.) Committee work, L. 11'. (12) J27-129 

E9 1 DELEGATION OF POWERS TO COMMITTEE 

1901 Powers of Library Committee, L.A.R. (3) 224. 1902 : L.A.K. (4) 223-24 

1903 Delegation of powers, L.A.R. (5) 650-651 

1904 Lucas (Councillor) Delegation of powers to Library Committees, L.A.R. 

(6) 388-393 . ^ ^ 

1908 Delegation of powers to Committee, L.A.R. (to) 140-141 

1909 Delegation of powers under Public Libraries Acts, L.A.R. (11) 413-415 

E92 LIBRARIANS WHO ACT AS SECRETARIES 

1901 Librarians who are Secretaries, J^.W. (4) 112, 308 

E 10 BYELAWS GOVERNING LIBRARY COMMITTEES IN IRELAND 

1905 Rules governing appointment of Commissioners of Ireland, and conduct 

of business, An Leah (i) 166-172 

Ell TRUSTEES 

1890 Soule (C. C.) Trustees of Free Public Libraries, L.J. (15) Conf No 19-24 
Larned (J. C.) Library work from the Trustee's standpoint, L.J. (15) 

Conf No 23-24 
Green (S. S.) Duties of Trustees and tiicir relations to Libraries, L.]. 

(15) Conf No 24-27 

1892 Soule (C. C.) Amateur administration, L.J. (17) 92-93 

1893 Utley (H. M.) Government, constitution, bye-laws and Trustees, U.S. 

Rept (i) 743-747, L.J. (18) 225-227, Discussion Cont No 31-33 
Bowker (R. R.) Trustees' relation to the Library, L.J. (18) 227 

1896 Crunden (F. M.) Functions of Trustees and their relations to Librarians, 

L.J. (21) Conf No 32-37 
Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 6-7 
J897 Currey (J. S.) Library trustee, P.L. (2) 319-322 

Crunden (F. M.) Function of Librarj' Trustees, L.J. (22) Conf No 32 

1899 Jenkins (J. H.) Relation of the Trustee to the Librarian, P.L. (4) 249 
Eastman (W. R.) Bve-laws suggested for a Board of Library Trustees, 

V.S. Rept 705-706 ' 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 147-152 
Fleming (A. P.) Relation of the Trustee to the Librarian, P.L. (5) 3-5 
Montgomery (T. L.) The Trustee, L.J. (25) Conf No 42-43, P.L. (5) 291-4 

1901 Bye-Laws suggested for Boards of Library Trustees, la Lib O. (i) 63-64 
•'1902 Women on Library Boards, P.L. (7) 61-63, la Lib (). (2) 16 

Titus (G. M.) Duties of Library Trustees, P.L. (7T 63-65, la Lib O. (2) 

19-21 
With the Trustees, la Lib O. (2) 53 



LIBKAKY COMMITTEES AND TRUSTEES 187 



1903 Trustees' Section, Proceeding-s, L.J. (28) Conf No 195-205 

Wilson (E. D.) Relation of Trustees rmd Librarian, P.L. (8) 402-404 

1904 Leash (S. G.) Essc-ntials of a Library Trustee, L.J. (29) 524-527 

1905 Gaillard (E. W.) Trustees and Library appropriations, L.J. (30) 403-406 
Ranck (S. H.) Library administration on an income of from $1,000 to 

$5,000 a year, L.J. (30) Conf No 58-63, P.L. (10) 397-401 
Gillis (J. r..) State Library administration, L.J. (30) Conf No 34-37 

1906 Bostwick (A. E.) Whole duty of a Library Trustee from a Librarian's 

standpoint, L.J. (31) Conf No 40-44, Discussion 239-240 
Dewey (M.) Ideal relations between Trustees and Librarian, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 44 
Patton (J.) Work of a Ivibrary Trustee from the Trustee's point of view, 

L.J. (31) 656-657 
Utley (H. M.) Work of a Library Trustee from the Librarian's point of 

view, L.J. (31) 657-660 
Trustees and methods of choosing them, P.L. (10) 468-469 
Farring-ton (J. L.) How the Trustee may best keep in touch with the 

conduct of the Library, la Lib O. (5) 81-83 
Willard (W. D.) Training of the" Trustee, Minn P.L.C. Notes (9) 13-14 
Nicholson (J. N.) Training of the Trustee, Minn P.L.C. Notes (9) 14-16 
Gove (A. P.) Whole duty of a Library Trustee, Minn P.L.C. Notes (9) 

17-19 
Clarke (E. E.) Boards of Library Trustees, Vi L.C. Bull (2) No 3. 1-3 
Elliot (T. C.) Relation of the Library Board to the Library, Wash L.A. 

Bull (2) No I, 10-12 
Pereles (J. M.) What a Trustee can do to help the Librarian, Wis P.L.C. 

Bull (2) 25-26 

1907 Corey (D. P.) Some Trustees, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 27S-282 
Tobitt (E.) What the Librarian may expect from the Trustee, P.L. (12) 

73-74, Neb Lib Bull No 4, 17-20 
Schwan (C. P.) Duties of a Trustee, Cal News Notes (2) 94-96 
Putnam (W. H.) Duties of Library Directors, Minn P.L.C, Notes (2) 43-6 
Lamb (VV. L.) Reading of the Trustee, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) 46-48 

1908 Towner (H. M.) Trustees' problems, la Lib Q. (5) 1S9-190 
Trustees' section of A. L.A. Conference, A. L.A. Bull (2) 355-359 

1909 Suggestions to a Library board, Lib Occ (2) 52-53 
Trustees' section of A. L.A. Conference, L.J. (34) 368 
Woodruff (J. L.) Who's who in the Library, P.L. (14) 81-S4 

E12 BYELAWS GOVERNING BOARD MEETINGS 

1892-3 Utlev (H. M.) Government, constitution, bye-laws and Trustees, U.S. 

Kept 745 
1899 Eastman (W. R.) Bye-laws suggested for a Board of Library Trustees, 

U.S. Kept 705-706 

1901 Library Board Meetings, la Lib Q. (5) 109 

1902 Bye-laws suggested for Boards of Directors of small Public Libraries, 

Minn, la and Wis Hdbk 7-8 
1904 Bye-laws suggested for district Library Commissions, Del L.C. Hdbk 22-5 
1906 Bye-laws suggested for Boards of Library Trustees, la Lib O. (i) 63-64 

E 12=1 BOARD MEETINGS— RECORDS 

1892-3 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department (Librarian as Secretary to Board), 

U.S. Rept 807-8 
1897 Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public Libraries (Minute Book), Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk 77 

1903 Jast (L. S.) Committee work, L.A. (4) 43-45 

1908 Neesham (E. W.) Committee work (Specimpn Agenda), L.W. (10) 351-3 

1909 Law (W.) Committee work, L.W. (12) 1.27-129 

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i88 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



E 13 LIBRARY WORKERS 

Davis, Thomas * 

Thomas Davis and Libraries : PromottM- of Libraries in Ireland, An Leah 
(8) 8- 1 1 

Greenwood, Thomas, 1851-1908 

Thomas Greenwood, L.A. (6) 227-228, by J. D. Brown, L.A.R. (10) 633- 
636, L.W. (11) 201-204, by W. E. Axon, L.A.R. (in) 6S3-685 

Jackson, Frederick 

Dewey (M.) In Memoriam, L.J. (11) 478 

Southern, Sir James W. 

Obituary, L.A.R. (n) 360 

Thomas= Stanford, C. 

New President of the Library Association, L.W. (11) 138 

Wickersham, William B., 1844-1908 

W. B. Wicliersham, 36 years Secretary of the Board of Directors of the 
Chicago Public Library, P.L. (13) 358-35^ 

E 14 LIBRARIANSHIP. (Qualifications, duties, etc., of Librarians.) 

1876 Dewey (M.) The Profession, L.J. (i) 5-6 

Winsor (J.) Free Libraries and readers, L.J. (i) (33-67, Discussion 117-118 
Smith (L. P.) Qualifications for a Librarian, L.J. (i) 69-74 
Wallace (J. W.)"" Librarians in the United States, L.J. (i) 92-95 

1877 Bullen (G.) The Executive of a Library — their qualifications, functions, 

vacations, salaries, ist Int Conf 17(3-178, 208 
Bowker (R. R.) Learning to read in college, L.J. (2) 60-62 

1878 MuUins (J. D.) Standard of Library service, L.J. (3) 52-53, 160 
Sawtelle (H. A.) College Librarianship, L.J. (3) 162 

1880 Mullins (J. D.) Librarian and his work, L.A. Trans (3) 69-76 

1881 Brace (W.) F. A. Ebert's view of a Librarian's education, L.A. M.N. (2) 

30-36 

1882 Bowker (R. R.) Work of the 19th century Librarian for the Librarian 

of the 2oth, L.A. Trans (5) 149-152 
Tedder (H. R.) Librarianship as a profession, L.A. Trans 163-172 
Cousin (J.) A French Librarian on Librarianship, L.A. M.N. (3) 194-198 

1883 Bowker (R. R.) Work of the 19th century Librarian for the Librarian 

of the 2oth, L.J. (8) 247-250 

1884 Garnett (R.) Librarianship in the 17th century, L.C. (i) i-'7 

Mullins (J. D.) Some of the less pleasant duties of a Librarian, L.A. 
Trans (7) 61-65 

1885 Foster (W. E.) Some compensations of a Librarian's life, L.J. (10) 

195-200 
Richardson (E. C.) Encyclopaedia and Librarians, L.J. (10) 211 
Nicholson (E. B.) Drawback of English Librarians, L.J. (10) 403 

1886 Dewey (M.) Librarian as educator, L.J. (11) 165 

— Factors of successful administration, L.N. (U.S.) (1) 45 
Richardson (E. C.) Why Librarians know, L.J. (11) 204 
Hooper (W. de M.) Evolution of the hobby, L.J. (11) 225-22S 
Attractions and opportunities of Librarianship, L.A'. (U.S.) (i) 51-53 
j888 MacAlister (J. Y. W.) Wanted, a Librarian, L.C. (5) 11-16 

1889 " Theophrastres junior." Of Librarians, L. (i) 24, 107 
Schwartz (J.) Librarian an educator, L.J. (14) 5 

1890 Thompson (Sir M.) Presidential address, L. (2) 368-76 
Richardson (E. C.) Being a Librarian, L.J. (15) 201-202 
Poole (W. F.) Being a Librarian, L.J. (15) 202 • 
Stetson (W. K.) Being a Librarian, L,J. (15) 231-232 
B[owker] (R.) Being a Librarian, L.J. (15) 232 
Fletcher (W. I.) Being a Librarian, L.J. (15) 264-265 
Foster (W. E.) Being a Librarian, L.J. (15) 294-296 
Kephart (H.) Being a Librarian, L.J. (15) 330-332 

Green (S. S.) Trustees and Librarians, L.J. (15) Conf No 24-27 
i8gi — Address of President at San Francisco Confrnnce, L.J. (16) Conf 
No 1-9 



LIBRARIANS' OH AiJ tlCATIONS 189 

1892 A Librarian by his assistant, L. (4) 233-237 
Hayvvard (A. L.) Training of a Librarian, L.j. (17) 478 

1892-3 Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rcpt 747-50 

1893 " Liber." What is a Librarian for? L.J. (18) 40-41 

Midvvorth (H.) The duties of a Librarian in relation to the reader, L. (5) 
130-135 

1894 Crunden (F. M.) Librarian as administrator, L.J. (19) 44-47 
Librarian's qualifications in Prussia, L.J. (19) 170 
Librarian's qualifications. Greenwood's Public Libraries 356-361 

1895 Wire (G. E.) How sh^^uld a Librarian read, L.J. (20) Conf No 16-19 

1896 Bolton (C. K.) Librarian's duty as a citizen, L.J. (21) 219-222 

Smith (S.) The Public Librarian : his helps and hindrances, L. (8) 157-67 
Anderton (B.) On the place of Specialization in Library work — A general 

review, L. (8) 536-548 
Dana (J. C.) Hear the other >ide : President's address at the A.L.A. 

Conference, Cleveland, L.J. (21) Conf No 1-5 
Josephson (A. G. S.) Is Librarianship a learned profession? P.L. (i) 195-6 
Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 7-8 

1897 Lubbock (Sir J.) Inaugural address, 2nd hit Conf 1-4 

MacAlister (J. Y. W.) Some tendencies of modern Librarianship, 2nd 

Int Conf 9-12 
Elmendorf (R. L.) Assistant's opportunity, L. (9) 137-42 
Eastman (L. A.) Aims and personal attitude in Library work, L.J. (22) 

Conf No 80-81 

1898 Mason (T.) The future of London's Public Librarians, L..4. (i) 38-41 
Miller (E. H.) Librarianship in South Africa, L.;L (i) 143-145 

Clarke (A.) Some old treatises on Libraries and Librarians' work, L. (10) 

327-9. 385-95 ^ . ^ ^ ^ 

Sharp (K. L.) Librarianship as a profession, P.L. (3) 5-7 
Little (G. T.) Special training for College Librarians, L.J. (23) Conf 

No 79 

1899 Layman's views on Librarianship, L.A.R. (i) 131-2 

Brigham (J.) State Librarian's outlook, L.J. (24) Conf No 81-84 
Foss (G. W.) The Library as an inspirational force, P.L. (4) 102-104 
Lane (W. C.) The appointment of a Librarian of Congress, L.J. (24) 

99-101 
Leeper (A.) Qualifications for Librarianship, L.J. (24) Conf No 82-83 
Dewey (M.) Qualifications of a Librarian, L.W. (2) 96-98 
J900 The Librarian's manners, L.W. (2) 217-218 

Anderton (B.) On the learning of Librarians, L.A.R. (2) 630-40 
Bardwell (W. A.) What should Librarians read? L.J. (25) 58-59 
Fairchild (S. C.) American notes, L. (N.S.) (i) 100-108, 220-224, 350-356, 

434-437 
Fames (W.) What should Librarians read? L.J. (25) 59-61 
Bostwick (A. E.) What should Librarians read? L.J. (25) 57-58 
Henry (W. E.) Some thoughts on the establishment and control of a 

Public Library, P.L. (5) 43-47 
The Imperfect Librarian, L.J. (25) 69 

Koopman (H. L.) Individuality in the Librar)', L.J. (25) 571-572 
Public versus Librarians, from the "Library World," L.J. (25) 119-120 
Thompson (W. O.) Librarianship as a profession, P.L. (5) 415-418 
Librarian's manners, L.W. (2) 217-218 
Brown (J. D.) Where do we get our Librarians? L. TT'. (3) 124-127 

3901 Carr (H. J.) Being a Librarian, P.L. (6) 45q-46i 
Fairchild (S. C.) American notes, L. (N.S.) (2) 218-220 
Dewey (M.) The Faculty Library, L. (N.S.) (2) 238-241 

Plummer (M. W.) The Library of the future in " Light and Leading," 

L.J. (26) 63-65 
— Training for Librarianship, L.J. 317 
Custodian or Librarian — which? 7a Lib O. (1) 25 

3902 Ayers (S. G.) The Librarian: requirements and duties, L.J. (27) 309-311 
Bishop (W. W.) Should the Librarian be a Bibliophile, L.J. (27) 126-129 
Lord (J. S.) The gift extremely rare, L.J. (27) Conf No 34-37 

Dewey (M.) Qualifications of a Librarian, N.Y.S.L. Rept 85 (91-96, 

Bulletin 75) 
Endowment of Librarianship, L.W. (5) 1-3, 29-31, b6-68 
Hoagland (Miss) Trained Librarians, P.L. (7) 375 



igo BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY. ECONOMY 

Hazeltine (M. E.) The Librarian and his work, P.L. (7) 402-404 

Librarianship, M/nM, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 11-12, 65 , 

Anderson (E. II.) and M. Dewev. Librarlanship — what it implies, la 

Lib O. (j) 54 
190^^ Dixon (\V. McN.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (5) 431-43 

Bostwick (A. E.) The day's work : some conditions and some ideals,, 

L.J. (2<S) 704-707 
— The what, why and whither of the Library, P.L. (8) 397-401 
Plummer (M. W.) Personal reading of the Librarian, L.J. (28) 5-7 
Richardson (E. C.) The Travelling- Librarian, L.J. (28) 58-64 
Savag-e (E. A.) The Librarian of the future, L.W. (6) 4-7 
Reflections on Librarianship, L.W. (6) 145-150 

1904 Ambrose (L.) A Conception of Librarianship, P.L. (9) 439-440 
Dana (J. C.) Library opportunities, P.L. (9) 1-5 

Gay (O. B.) Should a Librarian cultivate hobbies of his own? L.J. (29) 

123-126 
J. B. C. des Houssaves on the qualifications and duties of a Librarian, 

1870, P.L. (9) 129 ■ 
Peplow (F. J.) On the duties and qualifications of a Librarian : an 

address delivered at the Sorbonne on December 23, 1S70, by J. B. C^ 

des Houssayes, L. {N.S.) (5) 182-191 
Putnam (H.) Presidential address, L.J. (29) Conf No 23-27 
Vincent (G. E.) The Library and the social memory, L.J. (29) 577-584 
The Librarian, Dela-ware L.C. Ildbk 38-40 
Robertson (W. J.) Should the education department issue a Librarian's 

certificate, P.L. (9) 209-212 
A word about modern methods, P.L. (9) 222 
Bennett (C. K.) Librarian of a small Library, Mi^iii P. L.C. Notes No i, 2-5 

1905 Baker (E. A.) Literary training- of the Public Librarian, L.A. (5) 333-335 
Stearns (L. E.) Qualifications of a Librarian, L.J. (30) Conf No 68-71 
Graff (V. E.) The gentle Librarian : a transcript from experience, L.J. 

(30) 922-3 
Dana (J. C.) Helpful state of mind, P.L. (10) 178-179 
Gay (T.) The Librarian : a Trustee's view, la Lib O. (5) 39-40 
Walton (G. M.) Library ethics, P.L. (10) 181-183" 

1906 Bailey (Sir W. H.) The ideal ^brarian, L.A.R. (8) 471-4 
Canfield (J. H.) The value of trained Librarians, P.L. (11) 64 

Henry (W. E.) Scholarship for the trained Librarian, P.L. (11) 103-105 
Carlton (W. N. C.) College Libraries and College Librarians : views and 

comments, L.J. (31) 751-757 
Hill (E. P.) One phase of Librarv development : Presidential address,. 

L.J. (31) Conf No 1-9 
Librarian as a handy man, L.W. (8) 292-294 
Pollard (A. E.) The business end of a Library, P.L. (11) 355 
Buren (M. Van-) Social side of the Librarian's life, Minn P. L.C. Notes 

(9) 3 , 
Wolfstieg" (Dr.) The organization of the Library profession in the U.S. : 

trans, from the German by B. B. Winser, P.L. (11) 11-12 
Library from within. An Leab (2) 78-86 
The Librarian, Wasli L.A. Bull (2) No 2, 10 

1907 Hopwood (H. V.) Is Librarianship a profession? L.A.R. (9) 358-9 
Tedder (H. R.) The Librarian in relation to books, L.A.R. (9) 604-618 
Bostwick (A. E.) The love of books as a basis for Librarianship, L.J. 

.(32) 51-55 
Librarians as students of Hteratur(> and booklovers, L.A. (6) 22-25 
Dana (F. K. W;) Recreation of a Librarian, P.L. (12) 339-343 
Foglesong (H.) Library work viewed from the byway, P.L. (12) 293-297 
Foss (S. W.) Man more than machinery, P.L. (12) 117-120 
Fowler (C. S.) New York Civil Service Examination for Library 

organizer, L.J. (32) 437 
Mason (J.) Business men and Public Libraries, P.L. (12) 390-1 
Schuyler (H.) Plea for emphasising- the human element in our Public 

Libraries, P.L. (12) 167-170 
Woods (E. A.) How the Librarv he]p!> the Librarian, P.L. (12) 297-298 
Lavell (R. A.) Reading of the Librarian, Minn P. L.C. Notes (2) 64-67 

1908 Fletcher (W. I.) Anticipations, L.J. (33) 241 

Dent (R. K.) Librarian as a collector, L.A.R. (10) 11-18 
Brigham (J.) Duties of a Librarian, P.L. (13) 81 



LIBRARIANS' SALARIES 191 



A timely hint (to endow Librarianship), P.L. (13) 100 

Brown (D. C.) Librarian a scliolar or not? P.L. (13) 1(19 

State examination and certificates for Librarians in Ohio, P.L. (13) 173 

View of Librarianship from the Library school : an address to a graduate 

class, L.J. iii) 354-35-' 
Gay (T.) Librarian : a Trustee's view^ la Lib O. (5) 39-40 
Quick (H.) Librarian of lo-day, la Lib Q. (5) 210-211 
Wright (J.) Plea of the Art Librarian, P.L. (13) 34.S-34C) 
Anderson (E. H.) Library's position in our modern equipment, P.L. (13) 

365-366 
Huntley (L.) Small town Libraries (Duties of librarian), L.W. (11) 205-8 
Wood (H. A.) Book side of things, P.L. (13) 40-41 

Mackinder (H. J.) Ideal Librarian and his training, L.A.R. (10) 198-204 
Guppy (H.) Librarian's equipment, L./L (6) 66-74 
0909 Barrett (F. T.) Significance of Public Libraries, L..!. (6) 247-249 

Corns (A. R.) Some insuftlcientlv developed points in Library practice, 

L.A.R. (11) 257-263 
Jast (L. S.) Lantern lecture, L.A.R. (11) 517-518 
Bolton (C. K.) Librarian's future, L.J. (34) 3 

Savage (E. A.) Librarianship and literature, L.A.R. (11) 389-397 
Daniels (J. F.) Empty heart : a paper read on the educational future of 

Libraries, L.J. (34) 4-8 
Librarianship of the Chicago Public Library, L.J. (34) 214, 215-216, 219- 

221, 245 
Moses (M. J.) Experimental temptation ; or, the attractive power of 

books versus the Librarian's method, L.J. (34) 247-253 
Keller (H. R.) Old fashioned virtues versus the ideal Librarian, L.J. (34) 

295-298 
Fairchild (S. C.) The one thing needful, N.Y.L. (i) 196-198 
Influence of the Librarian, N.Y.L. (i) 226 
Fletcher (W. I.) Anticipations, P.L. (14) 1-5 

■Goodrich (F. L. D.) Responsibilities of Librarianship, P.L. (14) 13-15 
Hall (M. E.) Librarian in the High School (abstract), P.L. (14) 29 
Leffmann (H.) On Library management, P.L. (14) 36-37 
Dana (J. C.) Three factors in civilization, P.L. (14) 43-45 
F"oss (S. W.) Some cardinal principles of a Librarian's work, P.L. (14) 

77-81 
Woodruff (j. L.) Who's who in the Library, P.L. (14) 81-S4 
Bolton (C. K.) The Librarian's canons of ethics, P.L. (14) 203-204 
Elmendorf (T. W.) The things that matter : an attempt at a study in 

values, P.L. (14) 281-289 
Foote (E. I.) Those other qualifications, P.L. (14) 342-343 
Andrews (C. W.) Address to the Wisconsin Librarv school class of 1901), 

Wis Lib Bull (5) 37-45 
Plummer (M. W.) Librarianship as a profession, Wis Lib Bull (5) 48-49 
Hodges (A. D.) One Librarian's joys, 17 L.C. Bull (4) 1-4 

IE 15 LIBRARIANS' SALARIES 

1878 Harrison (R.) Salaries of Librarians, L.A. Trails (i) 90-95 

1892 Hill (F. P.) Library service, L^5. Rept (i) 747-763 

Cutler (M. S.) What a Woman Librarian earns, L.J. (17) Conf No 89-91 

1893 Salaries of Librarians, being a review of Mr. Coweil's Hdbk on Library 

Staffs, L. (5) 128-129 
Hill (F. P.) Library service, L.J. (18) 228-229, Discussion Conf No 34-37 
Why should Librarians hesitate to reveal the amount of salaries? L.J. 

(18) Conf No 41-43 

1894 Librarian's salaries, Grccn-ct'ood's Public IJbraries 357 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of I>ibrary prr.ctice, Greemvood's 
Yr-Bk 93-94 

1899 "Delta." Salaries of Librarians, L.W. (1) loS 

1900 Report on work and wages of American Librarians, L.J. (25) 587-58S 

1903 Dewey (M.) Salaries of Librarians, P.L. (8) 323 

1904 Fairchild (S. C.) Women in American Libraries — Salaries of male and 

female Librarians, L.J. (29) 160-161 

1905 Report of Librarian of Congress, 113-116, (1906) 85-88, (1907) 99-103 
Scale of Salaries for Librarians and Assistants, L.A. (5) 41 



192 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1907 Proposed Superannuation Bill of the National Association of Local 

Government Officers, L.A.R. (9) 12S-130 
Salaries of Librarians, Lib Occ No 6, 2-3 

1908 Librarian's salaries, P.L. (13) 145 

1909 Cost of maintenance, P.L. (14) 347 

E151 LIBRARIANS' GUARANTEE BOND 

1892-3 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department, 17. S. Rept 802 

1900-01 Davis (C. T.) Fire prevention and insurance. Greenwood's Yr-Bk 56 

E16 LIBRARIANS' READING 

1896 Dana (J. C.) Librarian's pastime reading, L.J. (21) 22 

1906 Henry (W. E.) Scholarship for the trained Librarian, P.L. (ii) 103-105 

1907 Librarians as students of literature and booklovers, L.A. (6) 22-25 
Baker (E. A.) Literary training of the Public Librarian, L.A. (5) 312-315 
Tedder (H. R.) Librarian in relation to books, L.A.R. (9) 604-618 
Bostwick (A. E.) Love of books as a basis for Librarianship, L.J. (32) 

51-55, la Lib O. (5) 143-144 
Foss (S. W.) Man more than machinery, P.L. (12) 1 17-120 
Lavell (R. A.) Reading of the Librarian, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 

64-67 

1908 Reading Librarian, P.L. (13) 352 

Bacon (C.) A Librarian's reading, N.Y.L. (i) 136-139 

Legler (H. E.) Dear and dumpy twelves; or, the I.ibrarian's shelf of 

books, A. L.A. Bull (2) 148-150 
Librarian's book shelf, la Lib O. (5) 207 

1909 Drake (M.) Method of getting non-fiction read, Wis Lib Bull (5) 1-5 

E17 LIBRARIANS' SOCIAL DUTIES, RECREATIONS, etc. 

1885 Hooper (VV. de M.) Evolution of the hobby, L.J. (11) 225-228 
1892-3 Hill (F. P.) Staff vacations, U.S. Rept 750 

1905 Stearns (L. E.) Qualifications of a Librarian, L.J. (30) Conf No 68-71 

1906 Buren (M. Van-) Social side of the Librarian's life, Minn P.L.C. Notes 9, 3 

1907 Ill-health among Library workers, P.L. (12) 11 

Drury (F. K. W.) Recreations of a Librarian, P.L. (12) 339-343 
1909 Waterman (L D.) Relation of the Librarian to the community, Penn 
Lib Notes (2) No 3, 5-6 

LIBRARIANS— BIOGRAPHICAL AND OBITUARY NOTICES 
E 18 GENERAL 

1880 Walford (C.) On the longevity of Librarians, L.J. (5) 67-71 

Black (W.) Biographical notices of some Edinburgh Librarians, L.A. 
Trans (3) 30-48 

1886 Bowker (R. R.) Memories among English Librarians, L.J. (11) 405-409, 

437-441 
1889 Christie (R. C.) A Dynasty of Librarians, L. (i) 97-101 

1901 Librarians since the inception of the Library of Congress, Rept of Libn 

of Congress 179 

1902 Fairchild (S. C.) Presidents of the American Library Association, 

N.Y.S.L. Rept 85, Bulletin 75, 1 17-129 

1908 Founders of Librarianship, P.L. (13) 251 

E19 SPECIAL— IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 
E 19=1 Abbot, Doctor Ezra. 

i-J- (9) 59-60 
E 19=2 Aldrich, Charles, 1828-1908. Founder of the Historical Department of Iowa, 
and Curator from its foundation in 1892 to the time of his death, March 8, 
1908. 
la Lib O. (5) 195 

E 19=3 Anderson, J. P., 1860-1901. Late Clerk of the reading Room of the British 
Museum. Author of many bibliographies. 
Harris (W. J.) L..4- (3) 7-8' 

E 19=4 Barrett, Franklin T., 1866-1905. Chief Librarian, Fulham Public Libraries, 
1 894- 1 905 ; sometime Lecturer on Cataloguing and Classification at London 
School of Economics. 
Brown (J. D.) L.W. (8) 113-117 



LIBRARIANS 193 



E 19=5 Billinj^s, John S., 1S37- Librarian of U.S. Surgeon-General's Office Library^ 
1864-1896; Director of the New York Public Library (Aster, Lenox, and 
Tilden Foundations), 1896-; Past President and Councillor of the A.L.A. 
R. F. L.J. (21) 63-65 

E 19=6 Blotz, Hugo, died 1608. Librarian of the Imperial Library, Vienna, 1575-1608. 
Bolton (H. C.) A model Librarian three hundred years ago, L.J. (24) 247- 
249 

E 19=7 Bond, Sir Edward A., K.C.B. Principal Librarian of the British Museum, 
1878-1888. 
Garnett (R.) L. (10) 112-114 

E 19=8 Borrajo, Edward M., 1853-1909. Entered Library service 1880; assisted in 
re-organisation of Library of London Institution, i88o'-8i ; engaged in 
Gray's Inn Library, and Assistant Secretary of Library Association, 1883-84; 
entered Corporation of London service 1884, Sub-Librarian 18S8, Guildhall 
Librarian 1907-1909. 
L.W. (12) 142-143 

E 19=9 Bostwick, Dr. Arthur E. Graduated from Yale, i88i ; Editor of several literary 
publications ; entered the Library profession, 1895 ; Librarian of Brooklyn, 
1899-1901 ; Chief of Circulation Department, New York Public Library, 
1901-1909; Librarian of St. Louis Public Library, 1909- ; Past President of 
the A.L.A. 
P.L. (14) 330 

E 19=10 Bradbury, A. G. Librarian of Bingham. 
L.A. (6) 407 

E 19=11 Bradshaw, Henry, 1831-1886. Librarian of Cambridge University, 1 867-1 886 ; 

Author of treatise on Typography and numerous bibliographical articles. 

Flugel (E.) L.J. (29) 409-413. Grant (E.) L.C. (3) 25-36. Prothero 

(G. W.) L. (i) 41-45. Thomas (E. C.) L.C. (5) 179-188. Leeper (A.) 

L.A. of Austral Proc (1901) Ix-lxv. Letters to officials of the British 

Museum, L. {N.S.) (5) 166-192, 431-442 

E 19=12 Brett, William H., 1846- Librarian of the Cleveland Library since 1884; Past 
President and Councillor of the A.L.A. Publications: Cumulative Index, 
1897-1899. 

^■J' (21) 455-456 

E 19=13 Browne, Miss Nina E. 

Retirement from the Secretarial duties of the A.L.A. Publishing Board, 
^•J- (34) 465> P-L. (14) 293-294 

E 19=14 Bullen, George, C.B., LL.D., 1816-1894. Keeper of Printed Books, British 
Museum ; entered the service of British Museum as an Assistant in 1838, 
afterwards becoming successively Assistant Keeper of Printed Books and 
Superintendent of Reading Room. In 1875 succeeded Mr. W. B. Rye as 
Keeper of Printed Books, and in 1890 he retired. Glasgow University in 
1890 conferred on him the honorary degree of LL.D., and was in 1891 
made a C.B. His death took place on October loth, 1894. 
Greenwood's Yr-Bk (1897) 300 

E 19=15 Burnham, John Milton, 1847-1909. Prepared for college at Colby Academy, 
graduating in 1870, entered Brown University in the same year ; 1874-77 
engaged in printing in Manchester ; 1880-81 Editor in newspaper office in 
Manistique, Mich. ; Assistant Librarian Brown University, 1881-1909. 

J--]- (34) 465 

E 19=16 Campbell, Francis B. P., Canon, 1863-1906. Sometime Assistant in Department 
of Printed Books, British Museum. 
L.A.R. (8) 263 

E 19=17 Canfield, James Huime, 1847-1909. Librarian of Columbia University, New 
York, 1899-1909. 

lies (G.) P.L. (14) T76-177, 179, 266. Bostwick (A. E.) An appreciation, 
LJ. (34) 143-1^4 

G 



194 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

E 19=18 Carey, Henry, 1696-1743. Author of " Sally in our Alley.^" 

Prosser {R. B.) Henry Carey as a Librarian, L.A.R. (3) 28-29 

E 19=19 Clarke, George T. Librarian of San Francisco Public Library, 1894-. 
Cal News Notes (i) 421-427 ^ 

E 19=20 Cogswell, Joseph G., LL.D. Superintendent of the Astor Library. 
.Saundcr (F.) Biographical sketch, L.J. (13) 7-10 

£19=21 Cole, George Watson. Librarian, Fitchburg, Mass., Library ; Librarian jersey 
City Library, 1891-1895 ; Secretary New Jersey Librarian Association, and 
Past Treasurer of the A.L.A. 
i-J- (21) 455-456 

E 19=22 Cotgreave, Alfred, 1849- Trained in Manchester Royal Exchange Library and 
Birmingham Public Libraries ; Librarian successively at Wednesbury, 
Richmond, Wandsworth, Guille-AU^s Library (Guernsey) ; Librarian of 
West Ham Public Libraries, 1S91-1905. Retired from the profession to 
devote his energies to various inventions connected with Library fittings. 
Author of many articles on Library work ; inventor of several indicators, 
magazine racks, automatic shelf steps, etc. 
L.A. (3) 41, 254, L.A.R. (7) 190-191, L.W. (7) 270 

£19=23 Cowell, Peter, died 1909. Librarian of Liverpool, 1 875-1 909 ; Vice-President of 
Library Association. 
Baker (E. A.) The late Mr. Peter Cowell, L.A.R. (11) 89-90, 136-137 

E 19=24 Coxe, Rev. H. O. Bodley's Librarian, 1860-1881 ; Past President of the 
L.A. U.K. 
Macray (W. D.) Mr. Coxe's work at the Bodleian, L.A. Trans (4) 13-16 

£ 19=25 Crunden, Frederick M. Librarian of St. Louis Public Library, 1877-1909; Past 
President of A.L.A. Author of numerous technical papers. 
P.L. (14) 296 

£ 19=26 Cutler, Louisa, 1864-1895. Librarian of the Aguilar Public Library, New York, 
1889-1891 ; Librarian Utica Public Library, 1893-1895. 
Cutter (C. A.) L.J. (20) 3 10-3 11 

E 19=27 Cutter, Charles Ammi, 1837-1903. Entered the Library service in 1858. Chief 
Appointments : — Librarian Boston Athenaeum, 1869-1893 ; Librarian Forbes 
Library, Northampton, Mass., 1894-1903 ; Past President of the A.L.A. 
Publications : Rules for a Dictionary Catalogue ; Expansive Classification, 
1891. Editor of the " Library Journal," 1881-1893. 
L.J. (28) 651-652. Foster (W. E.) L.J. (28) 697-704. Solberg (T.) L.J. 
(28) 768-769, L.A.R. (5) 582-584 

£ 19=28 Delisle, Leopold, 1826-1910. Chief Librarian, Biblioth^que Nationale, Paris. 
L. (N.S.) (2) 1-3. Finney (B. A.) P.L. (8) 465-466. Souvenirs de 
Jeunesse (translated) L. {N.S.) (9) 201-211, 245-256 

£ 19=29 Dent, Robert K., 1851- Chief Librarian, Aston Manor, Warwickshire. Author 
of many articles on Librarianship, and works on Midland topography. 
L.W. (i) 224-225 

£19=30 Dewey, Melvil, 1851- Library service 1872-1905. Principal appointments: — 
Librarian, Columbia University, 1883-1888 ; Director of the New York State 
Library and Home Education Department, 1888-1905 ; Professor of Library 
Economy, Columbia University, 1884-1888 ; Director of New York State 
Library School, 1887-1905. Past President and Councillor of the A.L.A. 
Publications: Classification and Subject Index, 1876; Decimal Classifica- 
tion, 1899. Editor of the " Library Journal," 1877-18S0 ; Editor of " Library 
Notes," 1887-1898. Author of various professional articles. 
Appointment as N.Y. State Librarian, L.J. (13) 364, 380. Fairchild 
(S. C.) L. {N..S.) (i) 221. Pollard (A. W.) MelvII Dewey, L. (N.S.) (2) 
337-340. Tedder (H. R.) Mr. Melvil Dewev's work at Columbia 
College, L.C. (i) 186-191 

E 19=31 Dudgeon, Matthew S. Elected to the Secretaryship of the Wisconsin Library 
Commission. 
Wis Lib Dull (5) 73, L.J. (34) 517-518 



LIBRARIANS 19S 



E 19=32 Durie, John, 1596- Appointed " Librarie Keeper " at St. James' Palace, 1650. 

John Durie 's " Reformed Librarie Keeper " and its author's career as a 
Librarian, L. (4) 81-89; John Durie, the Librarians' Apostle, L. (3) 150- 

154 
E 19=33 Dyer, Bertram L., 1868-1909. First entered Library work as an Assistant at 
Toynbeu Hall; joined the Kensington Library staff 1888; Librarian of 
Kimberley, 1900-1909. Founder and first Editor of the " Library Assistant," 
and Hon. Secretary of L.A.A., 1898-1900. 
L.A.R. (11) 24, L.A. (2) 116-117, L.A. (6) 269-271 

E 19=34 Dziatzko, Carl, 1842-1903. Librarian of the Royal and University Library, 
Breslau, Prussia, 1872-1904. 
Pollard (A. W.) L. {N.S.) (i) 353-355- Newman (F.) L.J. (28) 105-110. 
Pietschmann (R.) L.J. (29) Conf No S7-88. Root (A. S.) P.L. (8) 
159-160 
E 19=35 Edmond, John Philip, 1850-1906. Librarian of the Signet Library, Edinburgh, 
1904-1906. 
L.A.R. (8) 198-199 

E 19=36 Edwards, Edward, 181 2-1886. Chief Pioneer of Municipal Public Libraries in 
the United Kingdom ; .Assistant in the Department of Printed Books of the 
British Museum, 1839, where he catalogued the Great Rebellion Tracts; 
assisted William Ewart, the originator of Free Library Legislation, 1850 ; 
First Librarian of the Manchester Free Library, 1850-1858. Publications : 
Memoirs of Libraries, Free Town Libraries, Lives of the Founders of the 
British Museum, etc. 
Axon (W, E. A.) L. (N.S.) (2) 298-407. Garnett (R.) L.A.R. (4) 1-9. 
Greenwood (T.) L.A.R. (4) 10-27. Thomas (E. C.) L.C. (3) 54-57 

E 19=37 Elmendorf, H. L. Librarian of St. Josephs, Mo., U.S.A., 1893-1896 ; London 
Manager of the Library Bureau, 1896- ; Vice-President of the A.L.A., 1896. 

L.J.{2i)4S7 

E 19=38 Ferguson, Mrs. W. K, Librarian of Algona (lowaj Public Library. Died 
December 26th, 1907. 
la Lib Q. (5) 178-179 

E 19=39 Fiske, Willard, 1831-1904. Librarian, Bibliographer, and Bibliophile. First 
Librarian of Cornell University, U.S., 1868-1883. 
Harris (G. W.) L.J. (29) 534-535 

E 19=40 Foskett, Edward, 1848-1901. Chief Librarian of the Camberwell Public 
Libraries, 1890-1901. Author of various papers on Library work, and many 
novels and poems. 
Newcombe (C. F.) L.A. (3) 24-26 

E 19=41 Garnett, Richard, C.B., LL.D., 1835-1906. Keeper of the Department of 

Printed Books, British Museum, 1890-1899. Editor of the British Museum 

Catalogue from i88i-i8go. Author of many literary essays, poems, and 

bibliographical articles. 

L. (A'..S.) (i) 1-4, port, L. (N.S.) (7) 225-256, 295, (8) 225-33, L.A. (5) 106- 

107, L.J. (31) 218-219, L.A.R. (i) 577-580, L.A.R. (8) 201-203, B.A.R. 

(3) xxiii-xxv 

E 19=42 Green, Samuel S., 1837- Entered Library service 1871 ; Librarian of Worcester, 
Mass., 1871-1909 ; Past President and Councillor of the A. L.A. Has pub- 
lished numerous articles on Library science. 
L.J. (16) 233, port; An appreciation on his retirement, L.j. (34) 269-271; 
P-L. (14) 55 
E 19=43 Hagar, Miss Sarah C. 

Fairchild (S. C.) A Successful Librarian, L.J. (33) 492-494 

E 19=44 Haggerston, W. J., 1848-1894. Entered Library service as an Assistant in the 
I^iterary and Philosophical Society's Library, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in 1867, 
and in 1872 he was appointed First Librarian of the South Shields Public 
Library. This position he held till 1879, when he became Librarian of the 
Public Library of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He died at Newcastle on 6th May, 
1894. 
Greenwood's Yr-Bk (1897), 300-301 



196 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

E 19=45 Hartwig, Otto, 1850-1903. Librarian, University of Halle,. 1876-1898. Editor 
of " Zentralblatt fur Bibliothekswesen." 

•'". ' L.y. (29) 57-60 

E 19=46 Hayes, Rutherford P. Secretary of the A.L.A. ; Librarian of Birchard Library, 
Freemont, U.S.A. 

^•7- (21) 455-45t>. port 

E 19=47 Hill, F. P. The new Librarian of the Chicago Public Library. 

L.J. (12) 513-514 

E 19-48 Homes, Henry A., LL.D., 1812- 

Kirchwey (G. W.) L.J. (13) 71-74 

E 19=49 Hosmer, James K., 1834- Librarian of Minneapolis Public Library, 1892; Past 
President and Councillor of the A.L.A. Author of numerous historical works. 
L.J. (21) 457 

E 19=50 Hurst, Thomas, 1834-1894. Trained as a Teacher; appointed Sub-Librarian 
of the ShetTield Public Library in 1856, a position he held till 1873, when he 
succeeded Mr. Parsonson as Chief Librarian, an office he occupied till his 
death at Sheffield in May, 1894. 
Greemvood's Yr-Bk (1897), 301 

£19=51 Ingraham, Robert Grossman, 1827-1901. Librarian New Bedford Public 
Library, U.S.A., 1852-1901. 
L.J. (26) 205-206 

£ 19=52 Jackson, F. 

L.J. (11) 435. Dewey (M.) L.J. (11) 478 

E 19=53 James, Hannah Packard. Librarian of Osterhout Free Library, U.S.A., 1S87-; 
Vice-President A.L.A., 1896. 
L.J. (21) 457, (28) 240-241, port 215 

E 19=54 James, Miss M. S. R., died 1905. Librarian of People's Palace, London, 1887- 
1894. Resigned to take a position in the Library Bureau ; after six months' 
preparatory work at the Head Office, came back to England to assist in 
the establishment of a London branch ; returned to Boston in 1897 to take 
up a position in the Library Department at the Head Office — a post she 
retained until her death. 
Plummer (M. W.) P.L. (8) 359, L.A.R. (5) 326-7, 521, L.A. (3) 284 

E 19=55 Jewett, Charles C. 

Guild (R. A.) Memorial sketch of Professor C. Jewett, 1816-1868, L.J. 
(12) 507-511 

E 19=56 Jones, Gardner M. Librarian of Salem Public Library, 1889- ; Recorder, 
A.L.A., 1896. 
L.J. (21) 458, port 455 

E 19=57 Jones, John Winter, 1805-1881. Principal Librarian, British Museum, 1856- 
1878; First President of the L.A. U.K. 
Garnett (R.) L.A. Trans (4) 59-67 

£ 19=58 Kossovich, C. A. Librarian of the Imperial Library, St. Petersburg. 
L.A. M.N. (4) 45-46 

E 19=59 Kroeger, Alice Bertha, died 1909. Twenty-seven years' connection with the 
Library profession ; trained in St. Louis Public Library ; graduated from 
New York State Library School, 1891 ; Librarian of Drexel Institute and 
Director of the Drexel Institute Library School since their establishment in 
1892. Author of " Guide to reference books " and " Aids to book selection." 
Served the A.L.A. on several Committees and in various capacities. 

L.J. (34) 518, 551. P-L. (14) 383 

E 19=60 Layton, W. E. Many years Librarian of Newark Library Association. 
L.J. (13) 141 



LIBRARIANS 197 



E 19=61 Legler, Henry E. Executive Officer of Milwaukee Public School system 14 
years ; served as Member of Wisconsin Legislature ; Author of several 
literary productions ; Secretary, Wisconsin Library Commission ; Curator 
of Wisconsin Historical Society ; Councillor of Bibliographical Society of 
America ; Librarian of Chicago Public Library, 1909. 
L.J. (34) 426, P.L. (14) 294-295. Wis Lib Bull (5) 71-73 

E 19=62 Lessing, Gottbold Ephraim, 1729-1781. German Dramatist and Poet. 
Clarke (A.) Lessing as a Librarian, L. (N.S.) (2) 376-383 

E 19=63 Leypoldt, Frederick. :' 

L.J. (9) 59-61 

■E 19=64 Locke, George H., 1870- Graduate of Toronto University, 1897-99; Assistant 
Professor at Harvard; Assistant Professor University of Chicago, 1S99; 
Dean of School Education ; Dean of St. Anne de Bellevue, Montreal ; 
appointed Librarian of Toronto Public Library, 1908. 

•E 19-65 Lockett, Arthur George, 1869-1909. Trained in Nicholson Institute, Leek ;, 
Sub-Librarian Croydon, 1890 ; Librarian South Norwood Branch, 1890-97 ; 
Librarian of Huddersfield, 1897-1909. 
L.A. (6)407. L.A.R. (11)339 

E 19=66 Macalister, J. Y. W., 1857. Librarian of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical 
Society, 1887. Hon. Secretary of the L.A.U.K., 1887-1898. Editor of the 
" Library," and Author of numerous articles on literary subjects. 
L.W. (i) 192-198 

E 19=67 MacElroy, E. P. Formerly Librarian of Algona (Iowa) Public Library. Died 
September 2nd, 1904. 
la Lib O. (4) 64 

^ 19-68 Maclauchlan, John, 1838-1907. Librarian of the Dundee Public Library. 
Author of many works on art, articles on Library science, and literary 
subjects. Inventor of new arrangements for the Kennedy Indicator, shelf 
notation, etc. 
L.W. (10) 166-167. Barrett (F. T.) L.A.R. (9) 626-627 

IS, 19=69 Madden, Frederick William, 1839- Chief Librarian of Brighton Public 
Library, 1888-1901. Author of several works on numismatics and antiquities. 
L. W. (2) 37-39 

E 19=70 Magliabechi, Antonio, 1633-1714. 

Axon (W. E. A.) An Italian Librarian of the 17th and i8th centuries, 
L.A.R. (5) 59-76 

E 19=71 Maxwell, Sara B. Formerly State Librarian of Iowa. Died October 12th, 1904. 
la Lib O. (4) 64 

-E 19=72 Mazzinghi, T. J. de, 1809-1893. Was probably the son or other relative of 
Joseph Mazzinghi (1765-1844), a well-known musician and glee-composer, 
of Italian origin. He was educated at Cambridge, and graduated as M.A. 
In 1842 he was called to the Bar, and about 1873 became Curator of the 
William Salt Library. He died at Stafford on i8th February, 1893. 
Greenwood's Yr-Bk (1897) 301 

E 19=73 Millman, Reverend W. H., 1825-1908. Librarian of Sion College, 1857-1908; 
an original Member of the Library .Association. 
L.A.R. (10) 404-405 

E 19=74 Mullins, John Davies, 1832-1900. Chief Librarian Birmingham Public Libraries. 
L.W. (2) 318-320, L.A.R. (2) 325-327 

JE 19=75 Naude, Gabriel, 1600-1653. Librarian to Cardinal de Bagni, Cardinal Barberini, 
and afterwards to Cardinal Richelieu. Author of bibliographical works, etc. 
L.A.R. (i) 423-431, 483-493 

E 19=76 Neubauer, Adolph, 1832- Sub-Librarian of Bodleian Library, 1873-1899. 
L.A.R. (2) 51-52 



igS BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

E 19=77 Noyes, Stephen B. 

A biographical sketch, L.]. (lo) 47, 52, 103-104 

E 19=78 Panizzi, Sir Anthony, 1797-1879. Principal Librarian, British Museum, 1S56- 
1866 ; planned the Catalogue of Printed Books, planned the present Reading 
Rooni and annexes in the Central Quadrangle. The bequest of the Grenville 
Library was entirely due to his influence. 

L.J. (4) 163-165. Pollard (A. W.) L. {N.S.) (2) 225-230. Stevens (H.) 

L.A. Trans (7) 1 17-124 

E 19=79 Parvin, Theodore S., died 1901. 

Brigham (J.) Iowa's pioneer Librarian, la Lib Q. (i) 54-57 

E 19=80 Plant, John, F.G.S., 1819-1894. For some years acted as Curator of a Museum 
at Leicester. In 1849 he was appointed Librarian and Curator at Salford, 
a post he held till 1892, when he retired. He died in Ahglesey in 1894. 
Greeniuood's Yr-Bk (1897) 301 

E 19=81 Poole, William Frederick, 1821-1894. Organizer of several large American 
Libraries ; Librarian Boston Mercantile Library, 1852-1856 ; Boston 
Athenaeum, 1856-1869 ; Cincinnati Library, 1869-1873 ; Chicago Library, 
1873-1887 ; Newberry Public Library, Chicago, 1887-1S94. Editor of Index 
to Periodicals. 
Fletcher (W. I.) L.J. (12) 281, L.J. (19) 81-83, 233-234 

E 19=82 Porter, G. W., 1827-1887. Appointed Supernumerary Assistant, British Museum, 
1846; appointed Permanent Assistant, 1851; Assistant Keeper of Printed 
Books, 1870-1887 ; Member of Library Association. 
Garnett (R.) L.C. (5) 53 

E 19=83 Procter, Robert, 1868-1903. Assistant Librarian, British Museum ; Member of 
Bibliographical Society, and Library Association. Author of many biblio- 
graphical works. 
Pollard (A. W.) L. {N.S.) (5) 1-34, 192-205 

E 19=84 Putnam, Herbert. Early occupation, Law. Law service, 1884; Librarian 

^Minneapolis Public Library, 1887-1891 ; Librarian Boston Public Library, 

1895-1899; Librarian of Congress, 1899- ; Past President and Councillor 

of A. L.A. 

Fairchlld (S. C.) L. (N.S.) (i) 100-103, 220, 352. Pollard (A. W.) 

L. (N.S.) (i) 241-244. L.J. (20) 66. L.J. (24) 51, 97, 129, 163, 172, 175, 

694, Conf No 169 

E 19=85 Rice, William, i82i-i'897. Librarian, Springfield Library, U.S. -A. 
Medlicott (M.) L.J. (22) 437-438 

E 19=86 Roberts, Frederick Meaden. Assistant Newcastle-upon-Tyne Libraries, 1890-93 ; 
Sub-Librarian St. George's, Hanover Square, 18^)3-1898; Librarian of St. 
George 's-in-the-East, 1898- ; Secretary of Library A.ssistants' Association 
from 1895-1898. 
L.W. (i) 145-146 

E 19=87 Roberts, Henry David, 1870- Trained in the Public Library, Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, 1885-1893 ; Librarian of St. Saviour Public Library, Southwark, 
1893-1905 ; Director of Public Library, Museum, and Fine Art Galleries of 
Brighton, 1906-. 
Brown (J. D.) L.W. (11) 219-221 

E 19=88 Roebuck, G. E. Chief Librarian of Walthamstow Public Libraries ; Hon. 
Secretary of the Library Assistants' Association, iqoi-1906. 

L.A. (5) 134 

E 19=89 Rowell, Joseph C, 1853- Librarian, California University; First President of 
the California Library Association. 
Cal News Notes (i) 53-54 

E 19=90 Rye, William Brenchley, 1818-1901. Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum, 
1857-1875. 

L.A.R. (4) 48-51 



LIBRARIANS 199 



E 19=91 Small, John, 1828-1868. Librarian Edinburgh University and Edinburgh 
College of Physicians; President of the L.A.U.K., 1880. Editor and Author 
of many literary, biographical, and historical works. 
Dickson (W. P.) L.C. (4) 166-168 

E 19=92 Smith, Lloyd P. 

Some recollections of Lloyd P. Smith, Librarian of the Library Co., 
Philadelphia, Abbot (G. M.) L.J. (12) 545-547 

E 19=93 Sparke, Archibald, 1871- Trained in Cardiff Public Libraries, 1884-1894 ; 
Librarian of Kidderminster, 1894 ; Librarian of Carlisle, 1898 ; Librarian 
of Bury, 1901 ; Librarian of Bolton, 1904. 
L.W. (10) 178-181, port 

E 19=94 Spofford, Ainsworth R., LL.D., 1825-1908. Late Librarian of Congress. 

^•J- (33) 303-304- Ford (W. C.) An Old-fashioned Librarian : the late 
A. R. Spofford, L.J. (33) 356-358. Tribute to Dr. Spofford, P.L. (13) 
361. Resolution of the Public Library of District of Columbia, L.J. 
(33) 441-442. Putnam (H.) A Librarian passed, L.J. (33) 484, 496-500. 
Meeting in memory of Spofford, L.J. (33) 500-501 

E 19=95 Steiner, Lewis H., 1827-1892. First Librarian of Enoch Pratt Library, Balti- 
more. 

L.J. (17) Conf No 10-13 
E 19=96 Stevens, Henry. 

Homes (H. A.) L.J. (11) 109-110 

E 19=97 Taylor, John, 1830-1893. Appointed Assistant Librarian, Bristol Library Society, 
in 1862, succeeding to the post of Chief Librarian in 1863. When this was 
amalgamated with the Philosophical Institution in 1871 as the Bristol 
Museum and Library, Mr. Taylor continued in office as Librarian. Succeeded 
Mr. J. F. Nicholls as Chief Librarian of the Bristol Public Libraries in 
1883, and held the position till his death at Bristol on 9th April, 1893. 
Author of several articles on local archaeology of Bristol and on topics 
connected with bibliography and literary history. 
Greenwood's Yr-Bk (1897) 301-302 

E 19=98 Thomas, Ernest Chester, 1850-1892. Late Librarian of Oxford Union Society. 
Edited the " Philobiblon " of Richard de Bury ; translated " Geschichte 
des Materialismus." .'\uthor of various articles on Library science. Secre- 
tary of Library Association, 1878-1890. 
Tedder (H. R.) L. (4) 73-80 

E 19=99 Thomson,' John, M.A. Librarian of Philadelphia Free Library. Educated St. 
Paul's School, London. Librarian to Mr. Clarence H. Clark for eight 
years. Librarian of Philadelphia since 1893. 

E 19=100 Trichet, Raphael, 1611-1661. Librarian to Christine, Queen of Sweden. 
Philip (A. J.) L. (A'.5.) (6) 354-369 

E 19=101 Wanley, Humfrey, 1672-1726. Antiquary and Librarian; Assistant in 
Bodleian Library, 1696 ; Librarian to the ist and 2nd Earls of Oxford ; 
Indexed Edward Bernard's Catalogue of MSS., 1697 ; Catalogue of .Anglo- 
Saxon MSS., 1700; Catalogued the Harleian MSS., 1709. 
Barvvick (G. F.) L. (N.S.) (3) 24-33, 243-255 

E 19 102 Wheatley, R. B. 

Death of Mr. R. B. Wheatley, L.J. (9) 24 

E 19 103 Whelpley, Albert W. 

Fairchild (S. C.) L. (N.S.) (i) 351 

E 19=104 Whitney, James Lyman. Acting Librarian, Boston Public Library, 1900; 
Chief of Department of Statistics and Manuscripts, Boston Public Library. 
L.J. (34) 471-475, port. Fairchild (S. C.) L. (N.S.) (i) 220-221 

E 19=105 Windsor, P. L. The new Director of Illinois Library School, and Librarian of 
the Library of the University of Illinois. 
P.L. (14) 58 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



E 19=106 Winsor, Justin,. 1831-1897. Superintendent Boston Public Library, 1868-1877; 
Librarian Harv-ard University, 1877-1897 ; Past President and Councillor 
A.L.A. Author of numerous historical worlvs. 
L. (10) 1-6, L.J. (22) 677-689. Lane (W. C.) L.J. (23) 7-14 

E 19=107 Wright, William H. K., F.R.Hist.S., 1844- Chief Librarian of Plymouth. 
Author of various papers on Library work and antiquarian subjects. 
L.W. (i) 225 

E 19=108 Young, John Russell, 1841-1899. Librarian of Congress, 1897-1899. 
L.J. (24) 83-84, Rept of Libn of Cong (1898) 17-18 

E20 STAFF MANAGEMENT 

1892 Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rept (1) 747-'A>3 

1893 Is it preferable to make appointments from the locality or from a Library 

School, L.J. (18) Conf No 38 
1897 Hill (F. P.) Organization and management of a Library staff, L.J. (22) 

381-383 
1899 Jast (L. S.) Charging checks, L.W. (i) 16-17 
Checks on Assistants, L.W. (2) 39-40, 70-71 

1901 Chennell (F. E.) Woes of a Librarian, L.A. (3) 56-61 

Anderton (B.) Continuity in Library work : some preliminary difficulties, 
L.A.R. (3) 551-561 

1902 Tillinghurst (\V. H.) Some general rules and suggestions for a Library 

staff, L.J. (27) 871-875 

1903 Webb (S.) How to improve the Library service, L.A. (4) 178-181 

1904 Hill (F. P.) Brooklyn scheme of Library service, L.J. (29) 363-367 

1908 Elliott (J. E.) Relation of the Librarian to the Assistant, P.L. (10) 463-466 

E21 ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS FOR STAFF APPOINTMENTS 

1892-3 Kelso (T. L.) Los Angeles Public Library training, U.S. Rept 764-766 

1894 Los Angeles Public Library training class : List of questions, L.J. (19) 

90-92 

1897 Examination of Library Assistants, L. (9) 33-34, 207-208 

1899 Jast (L. S.) Examination of Library Assistants, L. (9) 79-80 
Clarke (A.) Examination of Library Assistants, L. (g) 130-131 

1898 Examinations for appointments in Library of Congress, Rept of Libn of 

Cong 55-57 

1900 Form of application for appointment to Library service to Library of 

Congress, Rept of Libn of Cong 30-32 
Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 
(i) 148-149 

1901 Bostwick (A. E.) New York Library Civil Service examinations, L.J. 

(26) 391 

1905 Salmon (L. M.) Examination in theory and practice, P.L. (10) 90-91 

1907 Public Library of Cincinnati examination, P.L. (12) 106 
A Library examination, N.Y.L. (i) 82-83 

Questions for a Library examination, Wis Lib Bull (4) 61 
Lyster (T. W.) Examination system of the Dublin Public Libraries- 
Committee, An Leab (2) 123-132 
Election of Curator of Limerick Public Library and Museum, with the 
examination papers, An Leab (2) 133-143 

1908 State Examination for Librarians, P.L. (13) 173 

1909 Educational qualifications for service in the New York Public Library,, 

circulating department, N.Y.L. (i) 242-243 
Jennings (J. T.) Municipal civil service in Libraries, P.L. (14) 209-212, 

250-2^54 ^ , ^ 

Public Library situation in Chicago, P.L. (14) 219-221 
Baker (E. A.) On Government examinations for Librarianship, L.A.R. 

(11)94 
— A Standardised examination for juniorships, L.A.R. (11) 470-473 
Educational requirements of Libraries, L.A.R. (11) 549 
Chicago Public Library appointment : Report of Examining Committee, 

L.J. (34) 448-449, 482-487, P.L. (14) 190, 219-221,. 325-326 
Inkster (L.) Co-operative schemes for Libraries in London area, L.A.R. 

(11) 9-12, Discussion 31-36 



STAFF CLUBS. GUILDS, ETC. 



E22 APPRENTICE CLASSES IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

1892-93 Kelso (T. L.) Los Angeles Public Library training class, L'.5. Rept 

(i) 764-771 
Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rept 751-752 
1894 Los Angeles Public Library Training Class : List of questions, L.J. (19) 

90-92 

1898 Fletcher (W. L) Apprenticeship as a means of Library trainings L.J. 

{2T,) Conf No 83 
Thwaires (R. G.) Apprenticeship as a means of Library training, L.J. 

(23) Conf No 83-84 
James (H. P.) Need of apprenticeship for students, L.J. (23) Conf No 

134-135 
Cutter (C. A.) Need of apprenticeship for students, L.J. (23) Conf No 135-6 

1899 Apprentice class at Springfield (Mass.), P.L. (4) 420 
Apprentice class at Los Angeles (Cal.)) P.L. (4) 420 

1902 Apprentice system, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 13 

1903 Rules governing the apprentice class at New York Public Library, 

L.J. (28) 33 
Plummer (M. W.) Report of the A.L.A. Committee on Library training, 
L.J. (28) 92-94 _ 

1906 Apprentice class in the Brooklyn Public Library, P.L. (11) 134 
Training classes in the Public Library of Cincinnati, P.L. (11) 135 
Training class of the New York Public Library, P.L. (11) 136 

1907 Moore (E. L.) Department work in a Library, P.L. (12) 123 

1909 Townsend (E. E.) Apprentice work in the small Public Library, L.J. (34) 
8-10 
Plummer (M. W.) Apprentice classes. Wis Lib Bull (5) 46-47 

E23 STAFF RELATIONSHIP 

1892-3 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department, U.S. Rept 806-807 

1896 Stearns (L. E.) Librarian, assistant and the public, L.J. (21) 489-492 

1898 Hitchler (T.) Personal relations between Librarian and staff, L.J. (23) 

49-51 

1902 Library creed, 7a Lib O. (2) 52 

1903 Macmillan (M.) Relation of Librarian and Assistant, L.J. (28) 717-718 

1904 Sayers (W. C. B.) Thoughts on Staff relationship, L.A. (4) 153 

1905 Walton (G. M.) Library ethics, P.L. (10) 181-183 

Elliot (J. E.) Relation of the Librarian to the Assistant, P.L. (10) 463-65 

1906 Pollard (A. A.) Business end of a Library, L.J. (31) 311-315, P.L. (11) 

355-359 

1907 Roebuck (G. E.) Professional etiquette, L.A. (5) 252 

1908 Martin (E. S.) Relations between the staff and the staff and readers, 

L.W. (10) 269-271 

1909 Woodruff (J. L.) Who's who in the Library, P.L. (14) 81-84 
Bostwick (A. E.) System in the Library, L.J. (34) 481-482 

Andrews (C. W.) Librarian's official relations to his colleagues. Wis Lib 
Bull (5) 39-41 

E24 STAFF CLUBS, GUILDS, CONFERENCES, etc. 

1898 Cutter (C. A.) Need of apprenticeship for students, L.J. (23) Conf No 135-6 

1906 Assistants' meetings, L.J. (31) Conf No 252-254 
Library staff, L.J. (31) Conf No 256-258 

Sayers (W. C. B.) Library Council, L.W. (9) 6-10 

1907 Wallace (A.) Staff Meetings : their organization, methods and results, 

L.J. (32) 543 
Baldwin (E. V.) Staff Meetings : their organization, methods and results, 

L.J. (32) 543-546 
Brown (W. L.) Staff Meetings ■ their organization, methods and results, 

L.J. (32) 546-547 
Andrews (C. W.) Staff Meetings : their organization, methods and 

results, L.J. (32) 547-548 
Yust (W. F.) Staff" Meetings : their organization, methods and results, 

L.J. (32) 548-549 
Lydenberg (H. M.) Staff Meetings: their organization, methods and 

results, L./. (32) 549-551 
Frothingham (M. A.) Staff Meetings : their organization, methods and 

results, L.J. (32) 551-552 



202 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Isom (M. F.) Staff Meetings : their organization, methods and results, 

L-J. (32) 552-553 
Wright (P. B.) Staff Meetings : their organization, mtehods and results, 

i--/- (32) 553 
Underhill (C. M.) Staff Meetings : their organization, methods and 

results, L.J. (32) 553-554 
Staff manuscript magazine : Glasgow experiment, L. W. (9) 449 
Library Staff Clubs, L.W. (10) 50-52 
Farrow (P. F.) Staff Conferences, L.W. (10) 154-155, L.J. (32) 559 

1908 Ambrose (L.) Staff Meetings, L.J. (33) 16-17 

Wright (R.) Staff guilds, clubs and reading circles, L.A. (6) 216-218 
Davis (M. L.) Necessity- of staff meetings, L.J. (33) 398 
Foulton (B. S.) Department staff meetings, L.J. (33) 398 
Rathbone (F. L.) Results from staff meetings, L.J. (33) 398-399 

1909 Sayers (W. C. B.) Library staff guilds and meetings, L.A.R. (11) 175-178 
Davis (M. L.) Necessity of staff meetings, L.J. (34) 299-301 
Rathbone (F. L.) Necessity of staff meetings, L.J. (34) 301-304 
Islington Libraries Club, L.W. (11) 309-310, 361-362, 400, 477-479 
Glasgow Corporation Libraries Guild, L.W. (12) 181-182 

Phillips (W. J.) Library manuscript magazines, L.W. (12) 4-7 

E25 RELATIONS OF LIBRARY STAFF AND READERS 

1876 Winsor (J.) Free Libraries and readers, L.J. (i) 63-67 

1877 Discussion on access to Librarians, L.J. (2) 278 

Green (S. S.) Personal relations between Librarians and readers, L.J. (i) 
74-81, 123-124 
1882 Ward (J. W.) Public Libraries and the Public, L.J. (7) 167 

1886 Poole (R. B.) Librarian and his constituents, L.J. (11) 229-232, Discus- 

sion 376 

1887 Brett (W. H.) Some other book, L.J. (12) 505-507 

1888 Cohen (M.) Librarian as an educator, L.J. (13) 366 

Mitter (E.) Librarian's relations to his readers, L.A'. (U.S.) (3) 379-385 

1889 Cohen (M.) Librarian as an educator, L.J. (14) 5 

1891 Reference work in Libraries, L.J. (16) 297-300 

1892 Foster (W. E.) Assistance to readers, U.S. Rept 982-993 

Fletcher (W. L) Presidential address, Lakewood Conference, L.J. (17)' 
Conf No 5-6 

1893 Ford (P. L.) Library from the reader's point of view, L.J. (18) 179-181 
Foster (W. E.) Assistance to readers, L.J. (18) 257-258 

Hosmer (J. K.) Libraries from reader's point of view, L.J. (18) 216-217 
lies (G.) Libraries from reader's point of view, L.J. (18) 217-21S 
Ford (P. L.) Libraries from reader's point of view, L.J. (18) 218-219 

1900 Phythian (J. E.) Librarian and reader, L.A.R. (2) 305-312 
Library staff — Library manners, L.W, (i) 231-232 

1901 Dent (R. K.) Librarian as a. help to the reader, L.A.R. (3) 609-615 
O'Brien (H. J.) Grievances of a Free Library reader, L.W. (3) 31-34 

For replies to this article see L.W. (3) 65-68, 1 18-120, 147-150 

1903 Grinling (C. H.) Libraries as workshops, L.A.R. (5) 407-410 

1904 Stewart (J. D.) Some points of contact, L. IF. (7) 70-72 

1906 Prideaux (W. R. B.) Personal relations between staff and readers, L.A. 
(5) 199-201 

1908 Martin (E. S.) Relations between staff and readers, L.W. (10) 269-271 
Eastman (F. V.) Loan desk, the point of contact between the Library 

and the people, la Lib O. (5) 21 1-2 14 
Mc Cullough (M. R.) An author's opinion of the Library, Wis Lib Bull 

(4) 45-47 
J Pleasants (L. L.) Author from the Librarian's standpoint. Wis Lib Bull 

(4) 48-49 
Lord (L E.) Fixing a purpose, A. L.A. Bull (2) 165-167 
Askew (S. B.) The place, the man and the book, A. L.A. Bull (2) 150-157 

1909 Guidance to readers. Lib Work (3) 15 

Lowe (J. A.) Personal contact through the catalogue, L.J. (34) 265 
Clark (A.) Librarian and the public. Lib Occ (2) 70-71 
See also E8i Information Desks 



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 203 

rE26 ASSISTANTS' QUALIFICATIONS 

1879 Dewey (M.) Apprenticeship of Librarians, L.J. (4) 147-148 

1882 Whitney (J.) Selecting' and training Library assistants, L.J. (7) 136-139 
Vinton (F.) lYaining of assistants in a Library, L.J. (7) 290-291 

1883 'Library assistants, L.J. (8) 277-278 

1887 Schwartz (J.) Three little maids from Library School, L.J. (12) 511 
1898-99 Tedder (H. R.) Young Librarians and self improvement, L.A. (i) 75-81 

1900 Bostwick (A. E.) Duties and qualifications of assistants in Open-shelf 

Libraries, P.L. (5) 286-290 

1901 Kroeger (A. B.) Desk assistant, L.J. (26) 801 
Qualifications of assistants, L. li''. (3) 210 

1904 Library assistants ; their shortcomings and desirable qualifications, L.J. 

(29) 349-359 
Hawley (F. B.) Some non-technical qualifications for Library work, L.J. 

(29) 360-.362 
Brooklyn Public Library scheme of Library service, L.J. (29) 363-365 

1905 Telling (A. E.) Efiticient assistants, L.W. (7) 311 

1907 Hitchler (T.) Successful loan-desk assistant, L.J. (32) 554-559 

1908 Pilzgim (B.) Lord of creation in the Library, L. IF. (10) 284-287 

1909 Keogh (A.) Training, employment, and compensation of assistants, L.A. 

(6) 402 
Mould (R. W.) Efficient junior assistants, L.A.R. (11) 45-46 
Bailey (E.) Concerning the Library assistant, L.A.R. (11) 229-236 
Newcombe (C. F.) Value of a knowledge of English literature to Library 

assistants, L.A. (6) 261-265, Discussion 273 
The inarticulate junior, L.A. (7) 57-58 
Law (W.) Applying for another post, L.W. (12) 210-212 
Rathbone (J. A.) Opportunity of the Library assistant, P.L. (14) 333-338 

E27 PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND EXAMINATIONS 

1876 Rullman (F.) Library science : a special study at the German Univer- 
sities, U.S. Rept xxiii-xxvi 
1879 Dewey (M.) Apprenticeship of Librarians, L.J. (4) 147-148 

1881 Committee on the Training of Library Assistants, L.A. M.N. (2) 62-64 

1882 Vinton (F.) Training of Assistants in a Library, L.J. (7) 290-291 

1884 Proposed examination of library Assistants, L.C. (i) 183-186, L.J. (g) 160-62 

1885 Examination of Library Assistants : Ouestions set at the examination, 

1885, L.C. (4) 93-96 

1887 Examination of Library Assistants : Questions set at the examination, 

1S87, L.C. (4) 113-116 
Merington (M.) Public Library and Public Schools, L.J. (12) 156 
Plummer (M. W.) Columbia College School of Library Economy from a 

student's standpoint, L.J. {12) 363 

1888 Examination of Library Assistants : Ouestions set at the examination, 

1888, L.C. (5) ,38-39 ' 
Library instruction : summary of plans proposed to aid in educating' 
Librarians, L.N. {U.S.) (2) 286-306 

1889 Dewey (M.) Civil service examination (with questions) for New York State 

Library, L.J. (14) 118-121 

1890 Brett (W. H.) Cleveland Library examinations, L.J. (15) 327-328 

1895 Hasse (A. R.) Training of Library employees, L.J. (20) 202-203, 239-241, 

272-273- 304-305 
Eastman (W. R.) Library work of the University of the State of New 
York, L.J. (20) 267-270 
1897 Ogle (J. J.) Training of Library Assistants, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 52-59 
1899-1905 New York State Library. Annual reports of the College Department, 
Examination papers set by the New York State Library School. 
Published annually 
1901 Welch (C.) Young Librarian : his training and possibilities, L.A. (3) 19-23 
Campbell (F.) Education Committee and the selection of text-books, 

L.A.R. (3) 339-340 
Library examinations and methods of appointment : Reports from various 

Libraries in the United States, L.J. (26) 35-36, 327-334 
Efficiency in Library service, la Lib O. (i) 13-14 
Putnam (H.) Education for Library work, 7a Lib O. (i) 17-ig 
■1902 Roberts (H. D.) Teclniical training of Library Assistants, L.A. (3) 175-179 

Plummer (M. W.) Library training, L.J. (27) 889-891 
7904 New Examination syllabus, L.A.R. (6) 170-176 



204 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1905 Examinations in theory and practice, L./. (30) 15-18 

Turnbull (T. E.) L.A. Examinatiqjis : a causerie, L. H'.» (8) 152-154 
Report of tlie Committee of Ohio Library Association on Library training, 
P.L. (10) 535 

1906 Haines (H. E.) Effect of Civil Service methods upon Library efficiency, 

L.J. (31) 699-704 
Cooper (F. H.) Is there a need for instruction in Library methods by 

normal Schools and Lhiiversities, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 2 1-5 
Morris (C. S.) Plea for Library training, Wis Lib Bull (2) 63-64 
Salisbury (G. E.) Library work with normal Schools, Wis Lib Bull (2) 70-1 

1907 S. Professional examinations (a letter), L.A.R. (9) 355-356 

Baker (E. A.) Literary training of the Librarian, L.A. (5) 313-315 

— Next examination in literary history, some hints, L.A.R. (9) 390-394, 

443-451 
Results of examinations, L.A.R. (9) 420-422 

Fowler (C, S.) New York Civil Service examinations for Library 
organizer, L.J. (32) 437 

Examinations and classes of the Library Association, with lists of 
questions, see L.A. Yr-Bk 1895-1907 
Morris (C. S.) Need for trained Librarians, Wis Lib Bull (3) 12 

1908 Guppy (H.) The Librarian's equipment : an address, L.A. (6) 66-74^ 

Discussion 75 

Fairchiid (S. C.) American Libraries : a method of study and interpreta- 
tion, L.J. (33) 43-47 

Porter (C. F.) and C. E. Rusk. Mr. Jooley on the Library School, L.J. 

(33) 141-143 
Daniels (J. F.) People : a modern emphasis in Library training, L.J. (33) 

173-176 
Keogh (A.) Training of College Students in bibliography, L.J. (33) 241 
Turnbull (T. E.) Library Association examination of 1908 : a criticism 

of the papers, L.W. (10) 452-454 , 

Library Association Examination: Pass list, L.W. (11) 68-69 
State examination and certificates for Librarians in Ohio, P.L. (13) 173 
Anderton (B.) Summer Schools and Provincial Library Assistants, L.A.R. 

(10) 37S-380 
Sayers (VV. C. B.) Graded examinations, L.A.R. (10) 479-481 
Baker (E. A.) Literary training, L.A.R. (10) 529-530 
Wilson (W.) Desirable extensions and reforms in educational work> 

L.A.R. (10) 531-532 
Professional examinations, L.W. (11) 218-219 
How to become a Librarian, Lit Yr-Bk 653-658 

1909 Newcombe (C. F.) Value of a knowledge of English literature to Library 

assistants, L.A. (6) 261-265, Discussion 273 
Baker (E. A.) Educational matters, L.A.R. (11) 381-384 
Savage (A. E.) Librarianship and literature, L.A.R. (11) 389-397, Dis- 
cussion 408-412 ; Mr. Baker's reply, 467 
Liveright (A. F.) How may the use of books and Library catalogues be 

made a subject of study in normal schools, L.J. (34) 160-162 
Fletcher (W. L) To make Libraries more effective, L.J. (34) 354-355 
Library training section, L.J. (34) 369 

M;S.S. Library school training : an afterthought, P.L. (14) 291 
Library training, P.L. (14) 309 

Baker (E. A.) Special period of literary history, L.A.R. (11) 562-565 
Views current, L.W. (11) 387-388 

Piper (A. C.) Training for Librarians in Germany, L.W. (12) 208-209 
Plummer (M. VV.) Training for Librarianship, Wis Lib Bull (5) 45-49 
Baker (E. A.) Practical literary history, L.A.R. (11) 473-475 

E28 STAFF TRAINING, etc. 

1880 Discussion on Training of assistants, L.A. Trans (3) 130-1 

1881 Report on Assistants' training, L..4. Trans (4) 7-8 

1882 Tedder (H. R.) Librarianship as a profession, L.A. Trans (5) 163-72 
1892 James (M. S. R.) Plan for providing technical training for Library 

students and assistants, L. (4) 313-18 
Ogle (J. J.) Summer school of Library science, L. (4) 319-23 
Pratt Institute classes : comments on, L. (4) 272 
Los Angeles Public Library training class, L.J. (17) 234-6 
Hayward (A. L.) Training of a Librarian, L.J. (17) 478-80 



STAFF TRAINING 205 



1892-3 Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rept 751-752 

1895 Petherbridge (M.) Albany Library School, L. (7) 65 

Hasse (A. R.) Training of Library employees, L.J. (20) 202, 239, 272, 303 

1896 Rawson (H.) Presidential address, L. (8) 421-3 

1897 Welch (C.) Training of Librarians, 2nd hit Conf 31-33 

James (M. S. R.) Special training for Library work, 2nd Int Conf 34-39 
Ogle (J. J.) Hindrances to the training of efificient Librarians, 2nd Int 

Conf 44-45 
Elmendorf (H. L.) Assistants' opportunity, L. (9) 137-142 
Roberts (H. D.) Education of the Library assistant, L. (9) 103 
Dixson (Z. A.) Teaching Library science by University extension methods, 

P.L. (2) 285-89 

1898 Dyer (B. L.) Technical training and a Royal Charter tor Librarians, 

L./I. (i) 28-29 
Brown (J. D.) Training of assistants, L. (10) 94 

Creighton (M.) Bishop. Training of Library Assistants, L. (10) loi-iii 
Campbell (F.) Need of endowed scholarships in the training of 

Librarians, L. (10) 1 15-19 
Elementary classes for Library Assistants, L.J. (it,) Conf No 71-3 
Sharp (K. L.) Instruction in Library economy through University exten- 
sion methods, L.J. {2],) Conf No 75-78 
Little (G. T.) Special training for college Librarians, L.J. (23) Conf No 79 
Crunden (F. M.) Special training for children's Librarians, L.J. (23) 

Conf No 80 
Moore (A. C.) Special training for children's Libraries, L.J. (23) Conf 

No 80-2 
Apprenticeship as a means of Library training, L.J. (23) Conf No 83-4 
Speck (L.) Technical training and the personal element in Library work, 

L.J. (23) Conf No 135 
Tillinghurst (\V. H.) Field of work in State and local clubs, L.J. (23) 

519-21 
Assistants' class at Braddock, Pa., P.L. (3) 8 
Elmendorf (T.) Periodicals for the staff, P.L. (3) 45 
Plummer (M. W.) Periodicals for the staff, P.L. (3) 97 
Beer (W.) Instruction of local Librarians by the organizer, P.L. (3) 290-1 

1899 Dyer (B. L.) The L.A. and educational facilities, L.A. (i) 107-108 
Shaw (G. T.) Training of Library assistants, L.A.R. (i) 129-130 
Dyer (B. L.) Training of Library assistants, L.A.R. (i) 206-20S 
Campbell (F.) Training of Library assistants, L.A.R. (i) 272-273 
Roberts (H. D.) Training of Library assistants, L.A.R. (i) 274-275, 352 
Ogle (J. J.) Assistants' training, L.A.R. (i) 33S-340 

Hosmer (J. K.) Library assistant : his title, duties and relation to his 

chief, L.J. (24) 54-57 
Swann (J. H.) Training of Library assistants, from the assistant's point 

of view, L.W. (i) 164-166 
Doren (E. C.) Special training for Library work, P.L. (4) 3-8 
James (M. S. R.) Assistants' Association and training classes, P.L. (4) 

107- log 

1900 Guppy (H.) Librarian and his qualifications, L.A.R. (2) 53-57, 117-119 
Dyer (B. L.) Claim of the Library assistant upon the county educational 

funds, L.A.R. (2) 58-64 
Maw (T. E.) Note on the education of the assistant, L.A.R. (2) 269-271 
Josephson (A. G. S.) Preparation for Librarianship, L.J. (25) 226-228 
Thomas (A. C.) Some dangers of technical knowledge, L.J. (25) 328-329 
Routine work — Standard of education among Library assistants, L. W. 

(i) 255 
Assistants' studies, L.W. (2) 41, 123, (3) 75-76 

1901 Roberts (H. D.) Library assistants and technical training, L.A. (2) 325-331 
Campbell (F.) Education Committee and the selection of text-books 

(a letter), L.A.R. (4)^ 339-340 
Plummer (M. W.) Training for Librarianship, L.J. (26) 317-323 
Report of the A. L.A. Committee on Library training, L.J. (26) 685-686 
Professional instruction in bibliography : Round table meeting, L.J. (26) 

Conf No 197-205 
Dana (J. C.) Library training in 42 American Libraries, P.L. (6) 533 

1902 Mould (R. W.) Our work, L.A. (3) 80-87 

Webb (S.) Library service of London, L.A.R. (4) 200-203, Discussion 231-6 
Case of the desk assistant: presented by himself, L.J. (27) 876-878 



2o6 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Plummer (M. W.) Library training, P.L. (7) 399-401 , 
Dewey (M.) Lecture outline course and problems, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85) 
Bulletin No 75 

1903 Rees (E. G.) Educational needs of Library assistants, L.A.R. (5) 81-87, 

Discussion 101-107 
Dixon (W. McN.) Address inaugurating the course of lectures. ..at the 

London School of Economics, L.A.R. (5) 597-614 
Spofford (A. R.) The mental and mechanical in Libraries, L.J. (28) 10-12 
Report of the Committee on Library training, by M. W. Plummer, S. C. 

Fairchild, K. L. Sharp, A. B. Kroeger, M. E. Robbins, and E. H. 

Anderson, L.J. (28) Conf No 83-101. Discussion see 152-155 
Haworth (F. W. B.) Library assistants and education, L.W. (6) 36-39 
Cunningham (A.) The training of the teacher in Library work, P.L. (8) 

85-89 
Plummer (M. W.) Pros and cons of training for Librananshtp, P.L. (8) 

208-220 
Report of the Committee on Library training, P.L. (8) 420-422 
A.L.A. Report on apprentices' classes, P.L. (8) 422-425 

1904 Education of the Library assistant, L.A.R. (6) 490 

Library assistants : shortcomings and desirable qualifications : symposium, 

-L./. (29) 349-359 
Hawley (F. B.) Some non-technical qualifications for Library work, L.J. 

(29) 360-362 
Hitchler (T.) Inspiration : address to an apprentice class, L.J. (29) 416-418 
Pettee (J. E.) Library assistants once more, a plea for our professional 

ideal, L.J. (29) 584-587 
Roberts (H. D.) Training for Librarians in Great Britain, L.J. (29) Conf 

No 39-46 
Another word for the Library student, P.L. (q) 86 

1905 Library examinations in theory and practice, L.J. (30) 15-18 

Stearns (L. E.) Question of Library training, L.J. (30) Conf No 68-71, 

Discussion 164-170 
Olcott (F. J.) Rational Library work with children and the preparation 

for it, L.J. (30) Conf No 74-75 
Report on standards of Library training, L.J. (30) Conf No 121-123, 

Discussion 164-176 
Bartlett (E. K. N.) Efficient assistants, L.W. (7) 344 » 

Savers (W. C. B.) Library assistants and the study of literature, L.W. 

(8) 72-75 
Teaching of literature, L. W. (8) 85-87 

Tyler {.\. S.) Instructional work of Library Commissions, P.L. (10) 60-61 
Eastman (W. R.) Value and work of a State Library Organizer, P.L. 

(10) 67-72 

1906 Bnyley (D. J.) Counter work, L.A. (5) 30-34 

Prideaux (W. R. B.) Professional education and registration, L.A.R. (8) 

1-6, Discussion 20-27 
Roberts (H. D.) Education of the Librarian : elementary stage, L.A.R. 

(8) 556-572, Discussion 504 
Baker (E. A.) Education of the Librarian : advanced stage, L.A.R. (8) 

573-586, Discussion 504-509 
Cooper (F. B.) Is there a need for instruction in Library methods by 

Normal .Schools and Universities? L.J. (31) 157-160 
Clatworthy (L. M.) Library course given to city normal school students, 

L.J. (31') 160-163 
Library training in the Library : Newark, New Jersey, Library class, P.L. 

(11) 19-21 

Training classes in Libraries, P.L. (11) 134-136 

Hardy (E. A. ) Training of Librarians in the Province of Ontario, P.L. 

(11) 143-145 
Marvin (C.) Things needful in Library training, P.L. (11) 267 
Spilman (E. A.) Need for correspondence school courses, P.L. (11) 503 
Cunningham (A.) Training of teachers in Library work, Ind S.L. Bull 

No 10, 1-2 
Cooper (F. B.) Is there a need for instruction in Library by the Normal 

Schools and Universities? Wash L.A. Bull (2) 1-5 
Salisbury (G. E.) Library work in our normal schools. Wis Lib Bull 

(2) 70^71 



STAFF TRAINING 



iyo7 Plummcr (M. W.) Report of Committee on Library training, A.L.A. Bull 
(i) Conf No 108-110 
Webb (S.) On the subject of Librarianship, L.A.K. (9) 208-215 
Baker (E. A.) Education of the assistant in the provinces, L.A.R. (9) 292-4 
Savage (E. A.) Education of assistants, L.A.R. (9) 411-412 
Results of examinations, L.A.R. (g) 420-422 
Baker (E. A.) Examinations in literary history : hints to candidates, 

L.A.R. (9) 39"-3^4. 443-451 
Hutt (J.) and E. A. Savage. Education of provmcial assistants, L.A.R. 

(9) 491-492 
Baker (E. A.) Reply to above, L.A.R. (9) 530 
Hutt (I.) and E. A. Savage. Education of provincial assistants, L.A.R. 

(9) 589-590 
Baker (E. A.) Education of provincial assistants, L.A.R. (9) 708-709 
Work of the Education Committee of the L.A.U.K., L.A.R. (9) 664-667, 

680-681, 690-692 
Savers (\V. C. B.) Library Council, L. 11'. (9) 6-10 
Co'utts (H. T.) Specialization in Library work, L.W. (9) 393-395 
Moore (E. L.) Departmental work in a Library, P.L. (12) 122-123 
Lewis (E. F.) Experiment in self-government, P.L. (12) 304-305 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British Municipal 

Libraries, L. (N.S.) (9) 223 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Survey of the month, L.A. (6) 11-13 
Gollancz (L) Librarian as student of literature and booklover, L.A. (6) 

22-25, Discussion 20-21 
Coutts (H. T.) Education of the assistant, L.A. (6) 56-59, Discussion 59-60 
Gilbert (M.) Education of the Library assistant from the standpoint of 

the \yoman. L.A. (6) 52-55, Discussion 59-60 
Guppy (H.) Librarian's equipinent, L.A. (6) 66-74, Discussion 74-76 
Sexton (C.) Welsh assistant's outlook, L.A. (6) 114-118 
Strother (G. W.) Librar\- assistant's outlook from a provincial point of 

view, L.A. (6) 156-160, Discussion 161-162 
Baker fE. A.) Means of education for assistants in the provinces, L.A. 

(6) 180-181 
Stephen (G. A.) Library Association diploma, L.A. (6) 188-189 
Educational matters, L.A.R. (10) 76-77 

Sayers (W. C. B.) Education of the Librarian, L.A.R. (10) 146-147 
Baker (E. A.) Education and the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 254-256, 372-373 
Bagguley (W. H.) Education and the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 289-294 
Peplow (F. J.) Education and the diploma, L.A.R^ (10) 319-320 
Baker (E. A.) Education in the provinces, L.A.R. (10) 320-322 
Report of the A.L.A. Committee on Library training, P.L. (13) 261-264 
Library reading course, P.L. (13) 48, 90, 133, 172-173, 216-217, 254 
Baker (E. A.) Opportunities for students, L.A.R. (10) 427-429 
— Literary history classes, L.A. (6) 219 

Canfield (J. H.) Preparation for Library work, P.L. (13) 351 
Report of the .A.L.A. Committee on Library training in normal schools, 

L.J. (33) 400 
Library Association examinations, L.W. (11) 387-388 
Babine (A. V.) Problem of a College Library, P.L. (13) 340-342 
Report of the A.L..-\. Committee on Library training, A.L.A. Bull (2) 

199-202 
Plummer (AL W.) Evolution of the school curriculum, A.L.A. Bull (2) 

203-205 
Wvn (J. L) Factors in the development of the Library school curriculum, 

A.L.A. Bull (2) 205-206 
Plummer (M. W.) Evolution of the Pratt Institute Library School 

curriculum, A.L.A. Bull (2) 207-210 
Kroeger (.'\. B.) Evolution of the curriculum of the Drexel Institute 

Library School, A.L.A. Bull (2) 210-213 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Efficient junior assistants, L.A.R. (10) 639-640 
Thorne (W. B.) Our students and literary history, L.A.R. (10) 641-643 

1909 Turnbull (T. E.) L.A. Examinations, 1909, a criticism of the papers, 

L.W. (12) 130-132, 189 
Library instruction in normal schools : results of replies to a circular 
sent out from Newark (N. J.) Public Library, P.L. (14) 147 



2o8 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



E29 ASSISTANTS' SALARIES, DUTIES, etc. 

1877 Winsor (J.) and V. Poole. Procecding;.s of ist hit Conf 178 

1878 Dewey (M.) Albany Library school graduates, L.J. (3) 451) 

Harrison (R.) Stated minimum should be ;£r25o per annum, L.J. (3) 359 
1886-87 Library employment versus the Library profession, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 50-1 
1888 Ogle (J. J.) Library expenditure and salaries, L.C. (4) 23-24 
1891 Clarke (E.) Departmental Libraries : Division of labour within the 

Library, L.J. (16) 264-268 
1892-3 Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rept 754 

1895 The anonymous assistant, L.J. (20) 241-242 

1896 Boston Public Library runners, L. (8) 416 

1899 Wire (G. E.) Summary of a paper on Library assistants in the United 

States, L.A. (i) 214-217 
Tilling (A. E.) Assistants' ideals, L.A. (2) 5-6 

Salaries, hours and vacations of Library graduates, L.J. (24) 481-482 
Brown (L. F.) Trials of a new assistant, L.J. (24) 55-56 

1900 Bostwick (A. E.) Duties and qualifications of assistants in Open Access 

Libraries, L.J. (25) Conf No 40-41 
Duties of a Sub-Librarian, L.W. {3) 139-140 

1901 Farnell (W. J. C.) Duties of a Library assistant, L.A. (2) 188-190 
President of the L.A. U.K. on " Salaries," L.A. (3) 34-35 

Anderton (B.) Continuity in Library work : some preliminary difficulties, 

L.A.R. (3) 551-561 
Glazier (T. W.) Everyday work of an assistant in a Library (Prize essay), 

L.A. (2) Supplement xv 
Experience of a Library apprentice, P.L. (6) 165-166 

1902 Salaries in the Library of Congress, L.J. (2"/) 156 
Assistants' duties, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 12-13 

1903 Salaries of Library assistants, L. W. (6) 150-153 

Salaries fixed for the various appointments in Library of Congress, Rcpt 
of Libn of Cong 54-61, (1904) 103-106, (1905) 113-116, (1906) 85-89, (1907) 
99-103 
1905 Scale of salaries for Librarians and assistants, L.A. (5) 41 

1908 Chambers (W. G.) Anomalies of Library nomenclature (a letter), L.A. 

(6) 4. See also 185-186 
Jones (M. L.) Organization of labour within Libraries, L.J. (33) 171-173 
Daniels (J. F.) People : a modern emphasis in Library training, L.J. (33) 
,.173-176 
\'iew'S current, L.W. (10) 336 
Chambers (W. .G.) Should Library appointments be put out to tender? 

L.A.R. (10) 375-376 

1909 Savers (W. C. B.) Salaries of assistant Librarians, L.A.R. (11) 207-209 
Bailey (E.) Concerning the Library assistant, L.A.R. (11) 229-236 
Woodruff (J. L.) Who's who in the Library, P.L. (14) 81-84 

Keogh (A.) Training, employment and compensation of assistants, L.A. 

(6) 402-404 

Sayers (W. C. B.) American Libraries, L.A. (7) 51-54 

Bostwick (A. E.) System in the Library, L.J. (34) 481-482 

Hand (T. W.) Inaugural address, Yorkshire branch of L.A. A., L.A. 

(7) 16-18 

E30 TIME SHEETS 

1892-3 Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rept 753 

1899 Hours of work of assistants : specimen of time sheet, L.W. (i) 233-234 

1907 Bursill (P. C.) Staff time sheets and routine books, L.A. (5) 333-335 

Gill (A. K.) Staff time sheets L.W. (10) 23-25 

Martin (E. S.) Staff time sheets, L.W. (10)^236-239 

Lewis (E. F.) An experiment in self-government, P.L. (12) 304-306 
190S Chambers (W. G.) Staff time sheets, L.A.R. (10) 218-220 
For particulars relating to Staff Time Sheets, apply to — 

Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 

Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E31 HOURS OF WORK OF ASSISTANTS 

1893 Should cataloguers work longer hours than other assistants? L.J. (17) 

Conf No 43 

1894 Should a time record or register be kept, L.J. (18) Conf No 38-39 



HEAJ.TH OF ASSISTANTS 209 



1896 Hill (F. P.) Saturday half holiday, L.J. (21) 217 : . 

1897 Ogle (J. J.) Hindrances to the training of efficient Librarians, 2nd Int 

Con) 44-45. Discussion 231-232 

1899 Hours of nssislanis, ]...\.R. (i) 602, 749 

Hours of work : Discussion by the Ohio Library Associa.tipn , L.]. (24) 

524-27 
Hours of Library service considered from the standpoint of the employee : 

Discussion by" the New York Library Club, L.]. (24) 687 
Study in work hours, L.W . (2) 124 

1900 Hours of Library service : Discussion bv the Chicago Library Club, L.J. 

(25)26-27 
Hours of service of Library assistants, L./. (25) 524 
Early closing movement, L. W . (2) 195 
Ashton (H.) Use of the Library as compared with the reduction of hours, 

L. W. (2) 226 
Hours of Library assistants, L.W. (2) 284- 

Chambers (W. G.) Hours of Library assistants, L.W. (2) 310-311 
1900-01 Staff hours — weekly, (irecmvood's Yr-Bk 262-263 

1902 Tillinghast (W. H.) Some general rules and suggestions for a Library 

staff, L.J. (27) 871 

1903 Dewey (M.) Library notes: long hours of work, P.L. (8) 323 

1906 Library staff, L.J. (31) Conf No 256-258 

1907 Lewis (E. F.) An experiment in self government, P.L. (12) 304-305 

1908 Work hours of Library officials: Editorial, L.W. (11) 41-42 
Vacation privileges, P.L. (13) 308-309 

Hours of service and vacations in Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 119 

E32 STAFF VACATIONS 

1892-3 Hill (F. P.) Library service, U.S. Rept 753 
1896 — Saturday half holiday, L.J. (21) 217 

1899 Salaries, hours and vacations of Library graduates, L.J. (24) 481-482 

1907 Library vacations, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 3, 9-10 

1908 Vacation privileges, P.L. (13) 308-309 

Hours of service and vacations in Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 119 

E33 LIBRARY GARMENT 

1890 Dennis (H. J.) Library garment, L.J. (15) 293 

1908 Frost (M.) Dress in the Library, ill., L.W. (10) 182-184 
Chambers (W. G.) Dress in the Library, L.W. (11) 242 

1909 Communication concerning dress in the Library, L.W. (11) 323-324 

E331 STAFF WORK ROOM 

1902 Staff work room, Minn, la and Wis L.C. hldhn 25 
1909 M. (A.) The staff room: a suggestion, L.W. (11) 481-482 

E33 2 STAFF LOCKERS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E33 3 STAFF WARDROBES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E34 HEALTH OF ASSISTANTS 

1900 Exposition illustrating Library hygiene, L.J. (25) 120 ^ 
Recreation, L.W. (i) 255 

1903 McMillan (M.) Some causes of ill-health among Library workers, P.L. 

(S) 412-414 

1904 Thorne (H. S.) Health in Library work, P.L. (9) 8 

1905 Of comfort in a Library, P.L. (10) 237-238 

1907 *' Librarian." Ill health among Library workers, P.L. (12) 11 

1908 Health examinations in a Public Library, P.L. (13) 201 



2IO BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



E35 CANDIDATES' EXPENSES 

1905 Selected candidates' expenses, L.A. (5) 81 
1907 Candidates' expenses, L.A.R. (9) 360-361 

E36 EXPENSES OF MEMBERS OF LIBRARY STAFF ATTENDING 
CONFERENCES 

1907 Expenses attendint;- conferences, N.Y.L. (i) 51 

E37 WOMEN LIBRARIANS 

1877 Winsor (J.) Women Librarians in America, ist Int Conf 178 

1878 Ladv Librarians and Poole's Index, L.J. (3) 127. 1879 : L.J. (4) 299 
Clark (J. T.) Employment of young women in Public Libraries, L.J. (4) 

410 
Baker (F.) Employment of young women as assistants in Public 
Free Libraries, L.A. Trans (2) 32-3 
1882 Tedder (H. R.) Women as Librarians, L.A. Trans (5) 171-2 

1886 Women in Libraries, L.J. (11) 420 

Women in Libraries : how they are handicapped, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 89-92 

1887 Maxwell (S. B.) Women as State Librarians, L.J. (12) 195-196 

1890 James (M. S. R.) Women Librarians at the People's Palace Library, L. 

(2) 342 , ^ . , ,. 

1891 Hewins (C. M.) Library work for women : some practical suggestions,. 

L.J. (16) 273-4 

1892 A. L.A. Women's meeting at Lakewood Conference, L.J. (17) Conf NO' 

84-9 
James (M. S. R.) Women Librarians, L. (4) 217-24 

Cutler (M. S.) What a woman Librarian earns, L.J. (17) Conf No 89-91 
Sargent (M. E.) Woman's position in the Library service, L.J. (17) Conf 

No 92-4 

1893 James (M. S. R.) American women as Libraians, L. (5) 270-4 
— Women Librarians, L.J. (18) 146-8 

1894 Richardson (Miss) Librarianship as a profession for women, L. (6) 137-42 

1896 Kroeger (A. B.) Women Librarians, L.J. (21) Conf No 57-8 

1897 Mathews (E. R. N.) Female Library assistants and competitive examina- 

tions, 2nd Int Conf 40-3 
Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice, Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk 94 
Tedder (H. R.) Women as Librarians, 2nd Int Conf 18 
Female assistants, L. (9) 78-79 

1898 Women as village Librarians : work of Miss Vernev at Middle Claydon, 

L. (10) 24-8 
James (H. P.) Women in American and British Libraries, L.W. (1) 89-90 
Sharpe (K. L.) Librarianship as a profession, P.L. (3) 5-7 
Hay ward (C. A.) Women as cataloguers, P.L. (3) 12 1-3 
Foote (E. L.) Women as organizers, directors, etc., P.L. (3) 290-1 

1899 Selby (W. L.) Women as Librarians in Bristol, L.A. (i) 217-19 
Brown (J. D.) Wom.en as Librarians in Clerkenwell, L.A. (i) 219 

Dyer (B. L.) and J. Lloyd. Women Librarians in England, L.A. (i) 219-22 
James (M. S. R.) Women in Librarianship at the late Conference, L.A. 

(2) 44-5 , ., . 

Ahern (M. E.) Business side of a woman's career as a Librarian, L.J. 

(24) Conf No 60-2 

1899 Ahern (M. E.) Women as Librarians in the business world, P.L. (4) 257-61 

1900 James (M. S. R.) Women Librarians and their future prospects, L.A.R. 

(2) 291-304 
1900-01 Women Librarians, Greenwood's \r-Bk 263 

1901 Norrenberg (Dr. C.) Woman as Librarian, P.L. (6) 156-158 

1902 Chennell (F. E.) Lady assistants in Public Libraries, L.W. (4) 245-48 
Pierce (K. E.) Women in Public Libraries : a reply to Mr. Chennell, L.W. 

(4) 286-288 

Chennell (F. E.) The Lady assistant— a rejoinder, L.W. (4) 319-322 
Women Librarians and assistants (Report from various Libraries), L. W. 

(5) 7-14 

Pierce (K. E.) Women in Public Libraries, /.. W. (5) 14-15 
James (M. S. R.) Women Librarians and future prospects, P.L. (7) 1-8 
Chennell (F. E.) The Woman assistant again, L.W. (5) 40-43 
1904 Fairchild (S. C.) Women in American Libraries, L.J. (29) Conf No 157-62 



GOVERNMENT INSPECTION 



1905 Graeff (V. E.) Gentle Librarian : a transcript from experience, L.J. (30) 

922-923 
1907 Hartham (D.) Lovely women in the Library, I..W. (g) 360-363 
Pierce (K. E.) Women in Libraries, L.W. (9) 440-441 
Briinner (M. A. R.) The Library as a place for woman (in Germany), 

L.W. (10) 137-139 
Women in German Libraries, P.L. (12) 394-395, 
'1908 Gilbert (M.) Education of the Library assistani from the standpoint of 
the woman, L.A. (6) 52-55, Discussion 5Q-60 

£38 TRAINING FOR CHILDREN'S LIBRARIANS 

.1898 Moore (A. C.) Special training- for ("hildnn's Librarians, L.J. (23) C^onf 
No 80-82, Discussion 134 
Crunden (F. M.) Special training for Children's Librarians, L.J. (23) Conf 
No 82 
11899 Moore (A. C.) Special training for Children's Librarians, P.L. (4) 99-102 
Sanders (M. A.) Special training for Children's Librarians, L.J. (23) 
Conf No 134 

1900 Olcott (F. J.) Work with children at Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, L.J. 

(25) 166-16S 

1901 Wilfiams (M. F.) and B. M. Brown. Reading lists for Children's 

Librarians, State Library Bulletin, Bibliography No 27, May, 1901, 
N.Y.S.L. Kept (84) 

1902 low-a Summer Library school — Children's course, la Lib O. (2) 40 
'I903 Moore (A. C.) Work of the Children's Librarian, L.J. (28) 160-164 

Library work with children — Special course in Iowa Summer Library 

School, la Lib O. (3) 17 
Gold (K. E.) Training of Children's Librarians, P.L. (8) 223-225 
11905 Connecticut meeting on Library work with children, L.J. (30) 798-799 

Olcott (F. J.) Rational Library work with children, and the preparation 

for it, L.J. (30) Conf No 71-75 
Hewins (C. M.) Work with children, P.L. (10) 105, 475-476 
Williams (M. F.) and B. M. Brown. Reading lists for Children's 
Librarians, 1899-1900, State Library Bulletin, Bibliograph}^ 27, 
N.Y.S.L. Kept (84) 
'1906 Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, Training School for Children's Librarians, 
P.L. (11) 116-117 
Gymer (R. C.) Personal work with children, P.L. (11) igi-193 
Suggestions for work with children, Vt L.C. Bull (2) No 2, 7-8 
1907 Children's Librarians' section, /LL..'i. Bull (i) Conf No 288-293 
Smith (F. E.) Library work for children, P.L. (12) 79-S3 
Hewins (C. M.) Some things done in Hartford, Conn., Public Library, 

P.L. (12) 86-89 
Conover (M.) Work with children, I'.].. (12) 92-93 

Hardman (E.) Helping children to know Library tools, P.L. (12) 299-300 
11908 Lyman (E.) Principle of work with children, P.L. (13) 125-126 

Olcott (F. J.) Training of the Children's Librarian, A. L.A. Bull {2) 213-6 
Matthews (C.) Growing tendency to over-emphasise the children's side, 

^■J- (33) 135-138 
Straus (E.) Three essentials in the equipment of the children's Librarian, 
Ohio Bull (3) No 12, 1-2 
See also Section E 123, Children's Libraries and Special Work with 
children 

E39 GOVERNMENT INSPECTION OF LIBRARIES 

18S0 Dewey (M.) Consulting Librarianship, L.J. (5) 16-17 
1887 Dennis (H. J.) Duties of a State Librarian, L.J. (12) 184 
M ( ) Women as State librarians, L.J. (12) 195 

1897 Jones (H.) Library authorities, their constitution and powers, as they 

are and as they should be, 2nd hit Conf 23-26 

1898 How to appoint a State Librarian, L.J. (2^]) 62-63 

1901 Torrey (C. A.) State supervision of Public Libraries, P.L. (6) 271-273 

1902 Consulting experts, P.L. (7) 455-457 

•1903 Government inspection of Libraries, L.W. (5) 21 1-2 12 
1904 Report on Public Libraries in State of New^ York, 1903 — Bulletins 43-44, 
Public Libraries 13-14, N.Y.S.L. Kept (87) 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1905 Supervision of Libraries in Iowa State Institutions, la JL.ib O. (5) 79-80 
Law providing for Library organizer in Ohio, Ohio Bull (1) No 8, 1-2, 

(2) No 2, 1-2 

1906 Eastman (W. R.) Value and work of a State Library organizer, P.L. 

(10) 67-72 

Library records and organizations, la Lib O. (5) 122 

1907 Carey (M. E.) A new phase of Library work, P.L. (12) 127-128 
Library organizers, iV.Y.L. (i) 52 

1908 Gillis (J. L.) State Library system for California (Suggests state super- 

vision), L.J. (33) 304, 316 
Two months in the field : State inspection of Wisconsin Libraries, Wis 

Lib Bull (4) 27-30 
Discussion on state supervision of Library extension, P.L. (13) 381 
Woodruff (J. L.) State supervision of Library extension in Illinois, P.L. 

(13) 383-384 ^ . 

Offer of services of state organizer in New York, N.Y.L. (i) 118, 150 
Vincent (G. E.) State supervision of Library extension in Illinois, P.L. 

V^3) 430 ... r / ^ 

Ahern (M. E.) What state supervision does in other States, P.L. (13) 430 

Government inspection, Lit Yr-Bk 641 

Department of Library organization, Ohio Bull (4) No 6, 1-5 

1909 Baker (E. A.) On Government examinations for Librarianship, L.A.R^ 

(11) 94 

Bill for Library supervision in Illinois, P.L. (14) 181 
State supervision in Texas, P.L. (14) 181-182 
Visits of Library organizers, N.Y.L. (2) 39-40 

E40 LIBRARY ASSOCIATION DIPLOMA ,; m.m 

1908 Stephen (G. A.) Library Association diploma, L.A. (6) 188-189 

Baker (E. A.) Education and the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 146-147, 372-373 
Bagguley (W. H.) Education and the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 289-294 
Peplow (F. J.) Education and the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 319-320 
Baker (E. A.) Fee for the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 426-427 
Prideaux (W. R. B.) L.A. Diplom.a, L.A. (6) 205-206 
Stephen (G. A.) Fee for the diploma, L.A.R. (10) 522-523 
Baker (E. A.) Reply to Mr. Stephen, L.A.R. (10) 523-524' 
Charge for the diploma, L.W. (11) 218 
Certification of Librarians : Editorial, L.]. (34) 294 

E41 PROPOSED INSTITUTE OF LIBRARIANS 

1907 Hopvvood (H. V.) Proposed Institute of Librarians, L.A.R. (9) 535-536 

1908 Philip (A. J.) Proposed Institute of Librarians, L. W. (10) 294-295 

E42 REGISTRATION OF LIBRARIANS 

1896 State Library School register for first 10 years, N.Y.S.L. Rept (79) 
1902 State Library School register for 1887-1901, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85) 

1906 Prideaux (W. R. B.) Professional education and registration : some 

suggestions, L.A.R. (8) 1-6, Discussion 20-27 

1907 Hopvvood (H. V.) Registration for Librarians, L..A.R. (9) 359-360 
Roebuck (G. E.) Registration : the means, difficulties, and the first step, 

L.A.R. (9) 418-420 
Library assistants and registration, L.A.R. (9) 603 
Baldwin (C. F.) State examinations and State certificates for Librarians, 

L.J. (31) 806-808 
Certificates for Librarians in Ohio, Ohio Bull (2) No 11, 1-2 

1908 Chambers (W. G.) Registration : an urgent need, L.A. (6) 41-42 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Survey of the month, L.A. (6) 42-44 
Registration of Librarians : joint meeting of the Library Association and 

the Library Assistants' Association, L.A. (6) 76-79 
Registration, L.A. (6) 186, 218-219 
Jast (L. S.) and W. C. B. Sayers. Registration of Librarians : a criticism- 

and a suggestion, L.A.R. (10) 325-335, Discussion 356-365 
Report of the Registration Committee of the Library Association, L.A.R. 

(10) 409-411 
Chambers (W. G.) Registration of Librarians, L. Tl'. (10) 241-243 
Registration, L.W. (10) 252-253, 292-293 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 213 



Jast (L. S.) and W. C. B. Savers. Scheme of re-classification of members 

of the Library Association, L.W. (10) 302 
Views current, L.W. (10) 335-336 

Professional registration: an editorial. L.W. (10) 441-444 
Baker (E. A.) Registration, L.A.R. (10) 425-426 
Registration of Librarians, L.A. (6) 196-199 

Report of the Special Committee on Registration, L.A.R. (10) 569-577^ 
Ohio scheme for a State Board of Library examiners and the certification 

of Librarians, OJiio Bull (4) No 2 1-3, No S 1-3, P.L. (13) 404-405' 423-424 

1909 Registration : six-cia! general meeting of the L.A. A., L.A. (6) 252-256, 298 

Chambers {\^'. G.) Registration : the classification difficulty, L.A.R. (ii> 

1-2 
Walton (J.) Literary history and registration, L.A.R. (11) 3-4 
Axon (E.) Registration — why chief Librarians? L.A.R. (11) 90-91 
Thorne (W. B.) A rejoinder,' L.4./?. (n) 91 
Axon (E.) Graded registration, L.A.R. (11) 92 
Thorne (VV. B.) A full discussion needed, L..L/^. (11) 93 
Brown (J. D.) Current views on registration, L.A.R. (ii) 203-204 
Baker (E. A.) Registration scheme, L.A.R. (11) 345-346 
L.A. Council's recommendations on registration and on branches, L.A.R, 

(11) 363-366 
Sayers (W. C. B.) A few necessary considerations, L.A.R. (11) 417-419 
Registration of English Librarians, L.J. (34) 217-219 
Registration : an Editorial, L.A. (7) 41-42 

E43 SUPERANNUATION FOR LIBRARIANS 

1897 Superannuation for Librarians, L. (9)* 123 

1907 Proposed Superannuation Bill of the National Association of Local Govern- 
ment Officers, L.A.R. (9) 128-130 
Philip (A. J.) Superannuation and the Bill, L.A.R. (9) 361-363 
Superannuation Bill, L.A.R. (9) 647-648 

E44 NOTICES— PREPARATION, etc. 

i88o Dewey (M.) LJseless words, L.J. (5) 321 

1898 — Waste in trifles, P.L. (3) 348 

1906 Suggestions as to placards. Wis Lib Bull (2) 52 
U)o8 Drury (F. K. W.) On making signs, L.]. (33) 315 

Method of posting lists at the desk. Wis Lib Bull (4) 60 

For particulars relating to Notice Boards, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
London Sand Blast Co., 5XA, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 
For Sign Writing Outfits sec E61 

E441 NAME PLATES AND FACIAS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
London Sand Blast Co., 58A, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 

E45 RULES AND REGULATIONS— GENERAL 

1879 Balzani (Una) Count. Regulations of Italian Public Libraries, L.J. (4) 183 
1887 Mullins (J. D.) Free Library bye-laws, L.C. (4) 163-165 
1889 Cutter (C. A.) Presidential address, St. Louis Conference, L.J. (14) 149 
1892 Lowrey (C. E.) Library directions, L.J. (7) 187 

Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Rept (i) 939-943, L.J. (18) 

230-232 
1898 Rules and regulations in force at New York State Library, N.Y.S.L. Rept 

(81)63-67 
1900 Jast (L. S.) Some hindrances to progress in Public Library work — Illiberal 

rules and regulations, L.A.R. (2) 86-87 
iQoi Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 210-217 
1903 Bye-laws for the safety and use of Public Libraries under the Public 

Libraries Acts, L.A.R. (5) 28-30 
Cutter (C. A.) Library discipline — rules aflecting the public, L.J. (28) 65-7 



2T4 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

rgo4 Mathews (E. R. N.) Public Library bye-laws and regulations, L.A.R. (b) 

281-289 
1905 Smith ( ) Rules and regulations, P.L. (10) 54^-548 

1907 Barr (J.) Information boards for Public Libraries, L.W . (10) 76-78 
Don'ts for users of the Public Library, Wilmington, Del., U.S.A., P.L. 

(12) 191 
Hayes, (J. R.) Sixteenth Century Library rules, L.J. (32) 74-75 
Privileges of the Library of Congress, Rept of Lthn of Cong 153-159 

1908 Drury (F. K. W.) On making signs, L.J. (33) 315 

McCullough (M. R.) An author's opinion of the Library, Wis Lib Btill 

(4) 45-47 
Rules and practice governing the use and issue of books, 14P U.S. Lib of 
Cong 

1909 Rules and regulations for Public Libraries suggested by the P.L. Com- 

mission of Indiana, Lib Occ (2), 73 

E46 HOURS OF OPENING 

1877 Winsor (J.) Days and hours of opening, ist hit Couf 171-172 

1879 Dewey (M.) Library hours, L.J. (4) 449 

1887 Richardson (E. C.) Hours of opening Libraries, L.J. (12) 402-406 

1892 Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Rept 941, L.J. (18) 230 

1893 Cutler (M. S.) Library opening, L.J. (18) 431, Discussion L.J. (18) Conf 

No 44-46 

1899 Smith (Miss) Library hours (and discussion), P.L. (4) 349-356 

1900 Duval (L. M.) Library hours, P.L. (5) 379-381 

190 1 Kavanna (J.) What are the best days and hours for a small Library to be 

open? P.L. (6) 425-428 

1902 Hours of opening, ilinii, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk lo-ii 

1904 Stearns (E. J.) Library building, Minn P.L. Notes (i) 5-6 

Library of Congress : hours of opening, Rept of Libn of Cong 95-96 

E47 SUNDAY OPENING 

1876 Guild (R. A.) Sunday opening, L.J. (i) 443 

1877 Winsor (J.) Days and hours of opening, ist hit Conf 171-172, L.J. (2) 

274-275 

1878 Axon (W. E. A.) Sunday use of Libraries, L.J. (3) 258-259 

1879 Sunday opening of Libraries, L.J. (4) 420. 1880 : L.J. (5) 265-266. 

1881 : L.J. (6) 258 
1882 Pullman (J. M.) Sunday opening, L.J. (7) 44, 231 

1884 Green (S. S.) Opening Libraries on Sundays, L.J. (9) 83-86 

1885 Bridgeport, United States, Library; Sunday opening, L.J. (10) 405 
1887 Earned (J. N.) On Sunday opening, L.J. (12) 230. 1S88 : L.J. (13) 135 

1889 Cutler (M. S.) Sunday opening of Libraries, L.J. (14) 176-190, 279 

1890 Cushman (R.) The Library on Sunday, L.J. (15) 235 
1892 Green (S. S.) Sunday opening, L.J. (17) Conf No 45-46 

1892-3 Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, 17.5. Rept 941, L.J. (18) 230 

Cutler (M. S.) Sunday opening of Libraries, f '..S'. Rept 771-794, L.J. (18) 
431, Discussion, Conf No 44-46 

1894 Sunday opening, Greenwood's Public Libraries 458-470 

1897 Barnett (Rev. Canon) On Sunday labour in National Public Libraries, 

Museums and Art Galleries, GreenwoodJs Yr-Bk 102-T06 
i8g8 Pacy (F.) Sunday opening of London Libraries, /,. U'. (i) 92-93 

1905 Shaw (A. C.) Sunday opening of Libraries, L.A.R. (7) 580-584 
Wright (P. B.) Sunday opening, P.L. (10) 548 

1906 Shaw (A. C.) Sunday opening of Free Libraries, L.A.R. (8) 79-88 
Lamb (A. A.) Sunday opening, Minn P.L. Notes (9) 32-33 

1907 Sunday and holiday opening — Statements from American Libraries, L.J. 

(32) 103-108 
Moffett (J. C.) Development of the Sunday Librarv, L./. (32) 112-113 
Statements from College Librarians, who, while not having Sunday 

opening, favour it, .4.L..4. Bull (i) 266-267 
Hutchins (F. A.) Sundav afternoon lectures in Libraries, Wis Lib Bull 

.(3) 8 . . 

1908 List of Libraries opening on Sundays, Lit 1 r-Bi; 651, 659 

Sunday opening in \'ermont, I.S.A., Vt L.C. Bull (3) No 4, 5-6 
Open on Sunday, Wis Lib Bull (4) 42 



LIBRARY CO-OPERATION 215 



E48 HOLIDAY OPENING 

1892-3 Brett (W. H.) Re^^ulations for readers, U.S. Rcpi 941, L./. (18) 230 
' Cutler (M. S.) Hours of opening: : Evening, Sunda}', Holiday and 
Vacation, L'..S". Rept 771-794, L.J. (18) 43!. Discussion, Conf No 44-46 

1907 Sunday and holiday opening — Statements from American Libraries, L.J. 

(32) 103-108 

1908 List of public reading rooms opening on public holidays, /.// Yr-Bk 660-61 

E49 LIBRARY COOPERATION, INTER LIBRARY LOANS, INTERCHANGE 
OF BORROWING PRIVILEGES— GENERAL 

1876 Green (S- S.) ln(er-Library loans, L.J. (i) 15-16 

Anderson (J. R.) A general circulating Library, L.J. (i) 441-443 

1885 Mac (E. A.) Co-operation versus competition. L.J. (10) 55 

1886 Dewey (M.) Library co-operation, L.J. (11) 5-6, 106-107 

1887 Williams (M. S.) Library work of the Bureau of Education, L.J. (12) 64 

1888 Dewey (M.) Inter-Library loans, L.N. {U.S.) (3) 405-407 

1890 Ambrose (L.) Use of books in one Library bv readers of another, L.J. 

(15) 68 

1891 Morgan (H. H.) Library co-operation, L.J. (id) 39-40 

Green (S. S.) Presidential address, San Francisco Conference, L.J. (16) 
Conf No 5-6 

1892 Inter-Library loans, L.J. (17) 170 

Samuel (B.) Mutual book lending between Libraries, L.J. (17) 373-374 

1893 — and S. S. Green. Mutual book lending between Libraries, L.J. (18) 123 

1897 Earned (J. N.) Organization of co-operative work among Public Libraries, 

2nd hit Conf 120-12 1 
Foster (W. E.) Co-operation in Providence Libraries, L.J. (22) 344-346 
Tillinghurst {\Y. H). Report of the co-operative committee, L.J. (22) Conf 

No 81-83 

1898 Green (S. S.) Inter-Library loans in reference work, L.J. (23) 567-568 
Andrews (C. W.) Report of the co-operative committee, L.J. (23) Conf 

No 43-45 _ 

Putnam (H.) Inter-Library loans (Regulations), Ij.J. (23) 61 
Rowell (Mr.) Circular explaining method adopted at the Library of 

University of California, L.J. (23) 104 
Regulations approved bv the Board of Regents of Universitv of California, 

P.L. (3) 87 • 

1899 Richardson (E. C.) Co-operation in lending among' college and reference 

Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 32-36, Discussion Conf No 156-157, P.L. 

(4) 275 
Montgomery (1. L.) Report of the Co-operation Committee, L.J. (24) 

Conf No 92-94 • 
Richardson (E. C.) Lending Library for Libraries, L.J. (24) 161 
Fairchild (S. C.) American notes, L. (N.S.) (i) 435-43S 
Thornsby (F.) Unification of Public Libraries, L. IF. (i) 263 
Dewey (M.) Too many organizations, P.L. (4) 56-57 
Danforth (G. F.) Co-operation in lending, P.L. (4) 275-276 

1900 Layard (G. S.) Pooling of private Libraries, L. (N.S.) (i) 245-254 
Carpenter (Prof.) How best the rare books in private Libraries may be 

made available for students, L.J. (25) 26 
Jackson (G. .\.) New England present Library problem, L.J. (25) 574-76 
Billings (J. S.) Report relating to suggestions for consolidating Libraries 

of New York, L.J. (25) 634-638, 741 
Richardson (E. C.) Report of Co-operative Committee, L.J. (25) Conf 

No_7i-73 

1901 Caddie (J. A.) Co-operation of adjoining towns for the establishment of 

Reference Libraries, L.A.R. (3) ^62-566 
Putnam (H.) ^^'hat may be done for Libraries by the nation, L.J. (26) 

Conf No 9-15 
Billings (J. S.) Report relating to suggestion for consolidating New 

York Libraries, L.J. (26) 21-22 
Inkster (L.) and others. Interchangeable tickets, L. IF. (4) 3-5, 33-7, 63-5 
Brigham (J.) Union-co-operation, la Lib O. (i) 23-34 
Tri-State co-operation, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, la Lib Q. (i) 46-47 

1902 W^ebb (S.) Library service of London : its co-ordination, develojsment, and 

education, L.A.R. (4) 193-203, Discussion 231-236 



2i6 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Caddie (J. A.) Some further remarks on co-opfei-ation' for establisHmeftt of 

Reference Libraries, L.A.R. (4) 237-240 
Elmendorf (T.) Mutual help between Libraries, P.L. (7) 73-74 
' Co-operation on Library Commissions, la Lib O. (2) 4 

1903 Hulme (E. W.) Librarians' aids, L.A.R. (5) 126-127 

Grinling (C. H.) Libraries as workshops, L.A.R. (5) 405-410, Discussion 

425-429 
Inter-relation of Libraries : report of the Ohio Library Association, P.L, 

(8)479 ... 

1904 Biagi (G.) Inter-Library loans in Italy, L.J. (29) Conf No 58 
Anderson (A.) Inter-Library loans in Sweden, L.J. (29) Conf No St, 

1905 Inkster (L.) Library grouping, L.A.R. (7) 562-564 

Inter-Library loans at Forbes Library, Mass., L.J. (30) 171-172, P.L. (10) 

483 
Richardson (C. E.) National Library problem to-day, L.J. (30) Conf No 6 
Putnam (H.) Library of Congress as a National Library, L.J. (30) Conf 

No 27-34, Discussion 147 
Unity and co-operation in Library work, L.J. (30) Conf No 180-184 
The Universal Library : a plan for placing any book desired within the 

reach of any person wishing to make use of the same, P.L. (10) 276-279 
Barr (C. J.) Relations of the greater libraries to the lesser, P.L. (10) 276-79 
Inter-Library Loan form used by the Newark (New Jersey) Library, P.L. 

(10) 523 
Report of Committee of Ohio Library Association on inter-relation of 

Libraries, P.L. (10) 533-534 
McPherson (G. B.) County extension, Minn P.L.C. Notes (5) 7-9 
Inter-Library loans. Wis Lib Bull (i) 30, Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 3, 10 

1906 Inkster (L.) Library grouping, L.A.R. (8) 46-52 

McKillop (J.) On the present position of London Municipal Libraries, with 
suggestions for increasing their efficiency, L.A.R. (8) 624-633, Discus- 
sion 495-497 

Lane (W. C.) Inter-Library loans of German Government extended to 
United States, L.J. (31) Conf No 222-223 

Roberts (K. L.) What the large Library can do for the small Library, 
L.J. (31) Conf No 254-255 

Taking down the bars — State-wide borrowing privileges. Neb Lib Bull 
No 2, 12-13 

Inter-Library loans of manuscripts and documents between American and 
German Libraries, L.J. (31) 222-223, P.L. (11) 518 

Peterson (A. J.) Inter-Library loans — an experiment, Wis Lib Bull (2) 94 

Martin (D. B.) Helpfulness among Librarians, Wis Lib Bull (2) 94-95 

1907 Kirby (S.) Co-operation : a suggestion, L.A. (5) 265-267 
Inter-Library loan system in force at Library of Congress, Rept of Libn of 

Cong -jz-jx, 
Interchanges of borrowers' privileges, L.A.R. (9) 600-601 
Tolmer (F. L.) New York State Library in its relations to the Libraries 

of the State, N.Y.L. (i) 68-70 
Township use of Libraries, la Lib O. (5) 144 
Miller (Z. K.) Plan for Inter-Library loans. Wis Lib Bull (3) 65 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British municipal Libraries, 

L. {N.S.\ (9) 223-224 
Hogg (J. F.) Central control of Libraries and its advantages, L.A. (9) 131- 

135 
Library co-operation. Lit \ r-Bk 649-650 
Baker (E. A.) Co-operation, L.A.R. (10) 1-4 
— Conference on the interchange system, L.A.R. (10) 212-215 
— ■ Interchange of borrowing facilities, L.A.R. (10) 484 
Bostwick (A. E.) Work of some States for Library advancement, L.J. (33) 

213-218 
Gould (C. H.) Regional Libraries, L.J. (j^) 218-219 
Travelling Libraries in Ontario, L.J. (33) 231 

Relation of Library Commission to children's work, P.L. (13) 51-52 
Library co-operation, P.L. (13) 130-131 
Borrowing books across the ocean, P.L. (13) 170-171 
Township extension of Library privileges, la Lib 0. (5) 150-157 
Philip (A. J.) Inter-Library loans, L.W. (11) 194-195 
Discussion of Dr. E. A. Baker's paper on " Some recent developments of 

Library co-operation," L.A.R. (10) 593-596 



LIBRARY MOVING 217 



Lane (W. C.) Central Bureau of information and loan collection for college 

Libraries, L.J. (33) 429-433. 506 
Librarian and Library machinery, N.Y.L. (i) 67 
Baker (E. A.) Some recent developments of Library co-operation, L.A.R. 

(10) 6bo-b77 

Eichler (F.) Central cataloguing, the bureau of information, and inter- 
Library loans in Austria, L.J. (33) 506-507 
1909 Inkster (L.) Co-operative schemes for Libraries in London area, L.A.R. 

(11) 9-12, Discussion 31-36 

Baker (E. A.) Co-operative schemes for Libraries in London area, L.A.R, 

(11) 12-16, Discussion 31-36 
Doubleday (W. E.) Methods of co-operation, L.A.R. (11) 205-206 
Guppy (H.) Co-operation : a necessary factor in Library progress, L.A.R, 

(11) 518-521 
On the advance of Library co-ordination, L.J. (34) 41-42 
Co-ordination : Editorial, L.J. (34) 293-294 
Libraries and assistance to business men, L.J. (34) 304 
Gould (C. H.) Co-ordination, or method in co-operation : address of 

President of A.L.A. at Bretton Woods Conference, L.J. (34) 335-340, 334 
Report on inter-Library loans : Ohio Library Association, L.J. (34) 489 
Co-ordination, L.J. (34) 525-526 

Bishop (W. W.) Inter-Library loans, L.J. (34) 527-532 
Roberts (K. L.) Club women and programs, P.L. (14) 205-208 
Hill (F. P.) Book storage for Libraries, P.L. (14) 304-305 
Hand ^T. Wi.) Co-ordination : inaugural address, Yorkshire Branch 

L.A.A., L.A. (7) 16-18 

See also Co-operative Book-buying, Co-operative Cataloguing, County 
Extension 

E50 CLUB ROOM 

1906 Catlin (M.) Library club room for men, Wis Lib Bull (2) 29-30 

1907 Library club for boys. Wis Lib Bull (3) 53 

E51 DEBATING OR CONVERSATION ROOM 

1907 Library club for boys, Wis Lib Bull (3) 53 I 
Macpherson (M. K.) Conversation room, or a study alcove, Wis Lib 

Bull (3) 85 

E52 SMOKING ROOM 

1901 McKnight (E.) Smoke-rooms, L.A.R. (3) 125-127 

1906 Barlow (H.) Smoking in Public Libraries, L.A. (5) 105-107 

McCullough (E. F.) Library smoking room, P.L. (11) 259, Ind State Lib 
Bull No II, 2 

E53 REST ROOM 

1901 Rest rooms, la Lib O. (i) 25 

1908 Faville (F. F.) The " Rest Room " in Storm Lake, la Lib Q. (5) 201-202 

1909 Public rest room in Libraries, P.L. (14) 55 

E54 LOAFERS AND LOUNGERS 

1883 Smith (S.) Library pests, L.A. Trans (6) 66-70 

1886 Hagen (H. A.) A new Library pest, L.J. (11) 184 

1897 Loafers in Libraries, L. (9) 206 

ESS CYCLE ACCOMMODATION 

1900 Sparke (A.) Cycle accommodation in Public Libraries, L. T^. (2) 288-290 

E56 LIBRARY MOVING 

1895 Practical Library moving, L.J. (20) 48-49 

1897 Removal of the books of the Librarv of Congress, Rept of Libn of Cong 

5-9 
1899 Hulme (E. W.) How to transfer a Librarv without " shutting down," 

L.A.R. (i) 175-176 
Maire (A.) Moving large Libraries. L.J. (23) 53S 



zls bibliography of library economy 



E57 STATIONERY RECORDS AND SUPPLIES 

1876 A.L.A. Co-operative Committee's report, L.J. (i) 451 

1877 Wheatley (B. R.) Hints on Library management so far as relates to the 

circulating of books, L.J. (2) 210-216 

1878 A.L.A. Supply department, L.J. (3) 35, 93, 169, 22^ 
Co-operative Committee's report on standard card, L.J. (3) 113 

1886 Suggestions slip, L.J. (11) 123 

Dewey (M.) Card pockets, L.N. (U.S.) (1) 2S2-2S5 

1887 — Importance of using standard sizes, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 46-52 
— Subject blanks, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 220-221 

1888 Tyler (A. VV.) Specimen of application slip, L.J. (13) 320-321 
189 1 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 395 

1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Suggestion slips, P.L. (i) iig 

1898 Complaint slips for borrowers, L.J. (23) 671 

1899 Jast (L. S.) Indexing Library supplies, /.. 11'. (2) 13-14 
igoo Stationery, L.W. (2) 301 

1902 Stationery and desk supplies, Minn, la and Wis l^.C lldbk 71 

1903 "Topic blanks," at Cincinnati Public Library, L.J. (28) 239 
1905 Graves (F. B.) Printed forms for Libraries, P.L. (10) 218-220 

Order routine of New York State Library — Pockets, N.Y.S.L. Rept 
(88) 550 

1907 Museum of printed matter connected with Library administration, A.L.A. 

Bull (i) No 2, 3-4 

1908 Mackenzie (G.) Reference issues (Specimen sheet for recording issues), 

L.W. (11) 159-160 

E57 1 STATIONERY CABINETS AND RACKS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, .Strand, W.C. 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 

E57 2 STATIONERY SUPPLIES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E57 3 LOOSE LEAF MEMORANDUM BOOKS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 

Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E58 INK 

1882 Stevens (H.) Ink maker as a spoiler of new English books, L.A. Trans 
(4 and 5) 178 

1893 Kephart (H.) Word about writing inks, L.J. (18) S-() 

1894 Relative value of ink, L.J. (19) 81 

Inks for Library use — Symposium, /../. (k)) 84-86, 1J4-125 

1895 Swan (R. T.) Paper and ink, L.J. (20) 163-167 
1900 Inks used in MSS., L.A.R. (2) 388 

1905 Notes on printer's ink, /,. (N.S.) (6) 440-441 

Leighton (F. H.) Ink for marking white letters, P. I.. (10) 223 

1906 Jacobi (C. T.) Printing inks, L. (N.S.) (7) 70-77 
Ink used in ancient Irish manuscripts, P.L. (11) 37 

1907% White ink for labels. Wis Lib Bull (3) 34, 55 

For particulars relating to Ink suitable for Library n'ork, apply to — 
HiGGlNS, C. M., & Co., II, Farringdon Avenue, E.C. 

E 59 PASTE 

1881 Hill (J. C.) Paste for mounting photographs, L.J. (6) 52 
1893 Kephart (H.) Paste for labels, L.J. (18) 8-9 



COP YING PR O CESSES 2 19 

1900 A good paste, L. W. (2) 301 

1907 Ready-inadt! paste, Wis Lib Bull (3) 35 

1908 Good Library paste, Lib Occ (2) 17, Vt L.C. Bull (5) No 3, 8 

1909 Flexible glue, P.L. (14) 239 

For particulars relating to Paste suitable for Library work, apply to — 
HiGGlNS, C. M., & Co., II, Farringdon Avenue, E.G. 

E60 SHELLAC 

1907 Sawyer (H. P.) Shellac for labels, Wis Lib Bull (3) 97 
Stearns (L. E.) Shellac for book covers. Wis Lib Bull (3) 62-64 

E61 SIGN WRITING OUTFITS 

1905 Poirier (L. M.) Popular Library advertising, Minn P. L.C. Notes No 5, 9-1 1. 

1908 Drury (F. K. M.) On making signs, L.J. (33) 315 

For particulars relating to Sig)i Writing Outfits, apply to — 

LiBRAHY Blkeal, Ltd., Ghicago, New York, Boston, London 

RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.G. 

Stanley Ri.ssell & Go., Golonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E6M DUPLICATING OUTFITS 

1877 Discussion on duplicating processes, L.J. (2) 33-34 
1879 Frost (A. J.) Duplicating processes, L.J. (4) 51 
Dewey (1\L) Duplicating processes, L.J. (4) 165 

For particulars relating to Duplicating Outfits, apply to — 

Library Bureau, Ltd., Ghicago, New York, Boston, London 

RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.G. 

Stanley Russell & Go., Golonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

OTHER COPYING PROCESSES 
E612 COPYING PRESS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Bureau, Ltd., Ghicago, New York, Boston, London 
MiLNERs' Safe Go., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.G. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.G. 
Tann, John, it, Newgate Street, E.G. 

E613 COPYING PRESS STANDS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Cooper's Safe Go., 24, Broad Street Place, E.G. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
MiLNERs' Safe Co., Ltd., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.G. 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.G. 
Taxn, John, it, Newgate Street, E.G. 

E62 TYPEWRITERS 

1885 Typewriters in Libraries, L.J. (10) 320-321 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Cataloguing appliances, L. (3) 393 

1892-3 Lane (W. G.) Cataloguing, U.S. Rept 841 

1900 Stetson (W. K.) Typewriters in Libraries, L.J. (25) 104 

1901 Vine (G.) Typewriter and its employment for cataloguing, L.A.R. (3) 

117-119 

1902 Wendell (G.) Typewriter for card catalogueSj L.J. (27) 268-269 
Fison (H. W.) Typewriter in small Libraries, L.J. (27) 35 

1906 McDonnell (E. P.) Cataloguing in a small Library, Wash L.A. Bull (2) 

No I, 5 
For particulars relating to Typerurifers suitable for catalogue work, apply to — 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.G. 

E62 1 TYPEWRITER DESKS AND TABLES 

For particulars, apply to — 

ADjustABLE Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C 
Cooper's Safe Co., 24, Broad Street Place, E.G. 
RocKWELi.-W ABASH Go., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.G. 
Roneo Lid., 26. Holborn \'iaduct, E.G. 



220 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

E63 LIBRARY RECIPES— GENERAL * 

1895 Sharp (K. L.) Library recipes, L.N, (I'.S.) C4) J05-J23 

E64 TERMS AND PHRASES USED IN LIBRARY WORK 

1896 Kroeger (A. B.) Glossary of Library terms compiled from yarious sources, 

P.L. (i) 167-172 
1907 McGill (W.) and \V. J. Phillips. Terms and phrases in Library, work, 

L.W. (10) 354-360, 391-400- 4^<)-440' 45'Mt>7 ^,_. ^ 

E65 QUOTATIONS FOR INSCRIPTION ON LIBRARY BUILDINGS, etc., 

1895 Quotations for inscription on Library buildings or for use in catalogue 

and finding lists, L.N. (L'.5.) (4) 223-281 

E66 STOCK BOOK— ACCESSIONS BOOK 

1876 Dewey (M.) Model accession catalogue, L.J. (i) 315-320 ,; ,,,,,, 

1877 Accessions catalogue, L.J. (2) 25-26 

1878 Barrett (F. T.) Form of stock book, or accessions catalogue, L.A.V.K. 

Trans (1) 79-81, 155-156 
Winsor (J.) Shelf lists versus Accession catalogue, L.J. (3) 247-248 
Poole (W. F.) Shelf lists versus Accession catalogue, L.J. (3) 324-326 
Perkins (F. B.) and ]\L Dewey. Accession catalogue again, L.J. (3) 336-8 

1886 Dewey (M.) Accession book, L.N. {U.S.) (i) 27-29 

1887 — A.L.A. Standard accession book, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 17-28 

1892-3 Jones (G. M.) Accession book, U.S. Rept 820, L.J. (18) Conf No- 51-52 

1896 Fletcher (W. I.) Accessioning, classifying and cataloguing, L.J. (21) 

129-130 
Report on accession book methods, L.J. (21) 405-406 
Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Specimen sheet of accession book, P.L. 

(i) 120 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public Libraries, Greoiwood's Yr-Bk 64, 68 
1900 Jast (L. S.) Accessions : checking of processes, L. (N.S.) (i) 152-153 

Savage (E. A.) Stock register, L.W. (3) 11-13, 84 

1902 Invoice method at Springfield (Mass.) Library, L.J. (27) 29 
Accession record, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 37, 70 

1903 Weitenkampf (F.) Accession book — why? L.J. (28) 296-297, Discussion 251 
Bliss (H. E.) Economy in accession record, L.J. (28) 711-713 

Hall (D. H.) Classified and condensed accession record, /-./. (28) S30-832 
Fiske (A. J.) Accessioning books, P.L. (8) 146-147 
Underbill (C. M.) Accessioning, P.L. (8) 147-148 

1904 Bliss (H. E.) Accession records again, L.J. (29) 19-20 
Dewey (M.) Accession book, P.L. (9) 281 
Accession book, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 30 

1905 Hatcher (A. F.) Stock-taking methods, L.A. (5) 43-46 
Pitt (S.) Practical accession work, L.A.R. (7) 68-71 

1906 Aldred (T.) Stocktaking: a note, L.A.R. (8) 244-247 
Library inventory, L. W. (8) 291-293 

Neesham (E. W.) Accession methods : a plea for standardi/:ation,L. TF. (8) 

317-320 
Duncan (R.) .Standardization in accession methods, L. TF. (9) 83-87 
Hazeltine (M. E.) Technical notes for small Libraries, Tl'V^ Lib Bull (2) 44 
Care and use of township Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (2) hi 

1907 Farrow (P. E.) Stock book, L.W. (10) 33-35 

Necessity of filling in all items in condensed accession book, N.Y.L. (i) 30 

1908 Bacon (C.) Report of Committee on Library administration, A.L.A. Bull 

(2) 223-225 
Carney (F.) Problem of a shelf department, L.J. (_:,7,) 433-437 

1909 Rathbone (F. L.) Borrower and his book, iV.Y.L. (1) 228-232 
Coolidge (O. P.) Records necessary for the small Library, P.L. (14) 10-13 

For particulars relating to Stock Books, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E67 WITHDRAWAL BOOK— THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE STOCK OR 
ACCESSIONS BOOK 

1892-3 Jones (G. M.) Accession department, U.S. Rept Szi-i^zz, L.J. (18) 235, 
Conf No 52 
Withdrawal book, Discussion, /../. (18) Conf No 52 



\E]VSROOM METHODS 



i^gCi Dana (J. C.) A.'L.'A. Primer, P.L. (i) 45 

Ranck (B. C.) Replacements, L.J. (21) 401 

1900 Savage (E. A.) The stock register, L.W. (3) 11-13, 84 

1901 Willcock (VV. j.) Recording, replacing, and disposal of worn out books, 

L.W. (4) qi-93 
Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 
(2) 30-31 

1902 Withdrawal book, Minn, la and Wisconsin Hdbk 38, 70 

1903 Hall (D. H.) Classified condensed accession record, L.J. (28) 830-832 

1905 Withdrawal book, 7a Lib O. (5) 94-95 

1906 Hatcher (A. F.) Stocktaking methods, L.A. (5) 43-46 
Aldred (T.) Stocktaking: a note, L.A.R. (8) 244-247 

1907 Farrow (P. E.) Stock book, L.W. (10) 33-35 

1909 Rathbone (F. L.) Borrower and his book, N.Y.L. (i) 228-232 

Coolidge (O. P.) Records necessary for the small Library, P.L. (14) 10-13 
For particulars relating to Withdrawal Book, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E68 STOCKTAKING METHODS 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Organization and management of Public Libraries, 

U.S. Kept 504 
1893 Crunden (F. M.) Closing a Library for stock-taking, L.J. (i8) Conf No 

37-38 
Browne (N. E.) Shelf department, L.J. (18) Conf No 82 
1896 Dana (J. C.) A. L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 45 

1901 Willcock (W. J.) Recording, replacing and disposal of worn out books, 

L.W. (4) 91-93 
Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. {N.S.) 

(2) 31-34 

1902 N. Y.S.L. Kept (85) 26-28 

1906 Hatcher (A. F.) Stock taking methods, L.A. (5) 43-46 

Aldred (T.) Stocktaking : a note, L.A.R. (8) 244^247, Discussion 277-279 
Library inventory, L.W. (8) 291-293 

1908 Carney (F.) Some problems of a shelf department, L.J. (33) 434-435 

For particulars relaiing to Card System for recording stock, apply to— 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Mctoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell- Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
RoNEo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 
E69 NEWSROOMS 

1884 Mullins (J. D.) Our Newsrooms, L.C. (i) 37-39 

— Birmingham Newsroom, L.J. (9) 101-102 
1887 Utley (H. M.) Newspaper volumes in a Library, L.J. (12) 349-50, 438-40 

1893 Ballinger (J.) Newsrooms, L. (5) 66 

1894 Whelpley (A. W.) Supplying of current daily newspapers in free reading 

rooms, L.J. (19) Conf No 42-44 
Utley (H. M.) Supplying of current daily newspapers in free reading 

rooms, L.J. (ig) Conf No 44-45 
Crunden (F. M.) Supplying of current daily newspapers in free reading 

rooms, L.J. (19) Conf No 46-47 
Thomson (J.) Supplying of current newspapers in free Library reading 

rooms, L.J. (19) Conf No 47-48 
Bain (J.) Junr. Supplying of current newspapers in free Library reading 

rooms, L.J. (19) Conf No 49 
Discussion on supplying current newspapers, L.J. (19) Conf No 143-146 
1898 McMahon (J. H.) " Yellow Journalism," and newspaper reading, L.J. 

(23) Conf No 146-147 
1900 Rae (W. S. C.) Newsrooms, L.W. (2) 325-6 

Sparke (A.) Newspaper rack for bound volumes, L.W. (3) 127-8 
T901 last (L. S.) Newsrooms : are they desirable, L.A.R. (3) 55-62 



222 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Division of Periodicals (with view), Library of Congress, Rept of Libn. 

of Cong 248-253 
Neville (A.) Newspaper reading- rooms, L.A. of Austral Proc xlvii-xlix 

1902 Burt (A. G.) Newsroom arrangement, L.W. (4) 256-264 

1904 Coulson (T.) Are newsrooms a desirable adjunct to Libraries, L.A. (4) 157 
Roebuck (G. E.) Are newsrooms a desirable adjunct to Libraries, L.A. 

(4) 168-9 
Coutts (H. F.) Are newsrooms a desirable adjunct to Libraries, L.A. (4). 

169-171 
Huntley (L.) Burden of newsrooms, L.W. (7) 121-3 
Burden of newsrooms: letters from various Libraries, L.W. (7) 197-200, 

255-6, 3 10-3 1 1 

1905 Roebuck (G. E.) Newsroom question, L.A. (4) 226-233 

Sayers (W. C. B.) Newsroom question : a reply to Mr. Roebuck, L.A. 

(4) 233-7 
Young (J. D.) Newsrooms, their requirements and s(>rvice, L.A. (5) 57-60 
Discussion on newsrooms : are they desirable, L.A.R. (7) 572-80 

1906 Burt (A. G.) Newspapers, L.A.R. (8) 296-302 

Brown (J. D.) Limitation of newspapers in Public Libraries, L.W. (9)' 

153-7 

1907 Barrett (F. T.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (9) 543-544 
Turnbull (T. E.) Are newsrooms desirable, L.A.R. (9) 510-515 
Roebuck (G. E.) Newsroom reform, L.W. (9) 273-282 

Brown (A. N.) Library and the newspaper, li'a.<;/j L.A. Bull (3) No i, 1-3 

1908 Ballinger (J.) Municipal Library and its Public — Newsroom, L. {N.S.y 

(9) 66-79 
Stone (J.) Library buildings and their uses, A. L.A. Bull (2) 357 
Webb (A.) Newsroom methods, L.T^. (10) 317-320 
Wrigley (M. W.) Registration of periodicals, L.W. (11) 33-34 
Library buildings and their use, P.L. (13) 271-274 
Newspaper use in reading room, L.J. (33) 348 

E70 PERIODICALS— SELECTION, METHODS OF DISPLAY, FILING, etc. 

1878 Russell (C. P.) Filing of newspapers, L..4. Trans (i) 97-98 

1883 Garrison (W. P.) Exchange of newspaper odds and ends, L.J. (8) 148- 

1885 Borden (W. A.) Newspaper file, L.J. (10) 313-314 

1886 Gillett (C. R.) Conglomerate in periodicals, L.J. (11) 107-109 
Spofford (A. R.) Periodical literature in Libraries, L.J. (11) 189 

1887 Brainerd (E.) Newspapers in pamphlet form, L.J. (12) 152 
Watson (S. M.) Size of newspapers, L.J. (12) 116 

1888 Williams (T.) Newspaper exclusion, L.J. (13) 288 
Bound newspapers in Libraries, L.J. (13) 334 

1889 Hagar (G. J.) Newspaper history in the Library, L.J. (14) 117-118 
Crunden (F. M.) Report on periodicals, L.J. (14) 254-256 

1890 Management of periodicals : methods of various Libraries, L.J. (15) 6-7 
1893 Care of ne\yspapers in Massachusetts State Library, L./. (18) 472 

1895 Brett (W. H.) Use of periodicals, L.J. (20) Conf No 12-16, 73 

1896 Bolton (H. C.) Bad features of periodicals, L.J. (21) 317-320 
James (H. P.) Reading room and periodicals, L.J. (21) Conf No 49-51 
Dana (J. C.) A. L.A. Primer — Periodicals selection, P.L. (i) 39-40 

1898 Roberts (H. D.) Issue of periodicals in reading rooms, L. (10) 33-35 

1899 Baker (E. A.) Arrangement of periodicals, L.Tl'. (2) g-ii 
Filing periodicals, L.W. (2) 13, 41-42, 171 

Maw (T. E.) More about arrangement of periodicals, L.W. (2) 36-37 

1900 Gerould (J. T.) Care of serial publications, L.J. (25) Conf No 44-45 

1901 Sutton (C. W.) Preservation of local newspapers, L.A.R. (3) 121-125, 

Discussion 157 
Periodical check, Rept of Libn of Cong 250-252 

1903 Thomson (O. R. H.) Classification and shelving of magazines in a large 

Branch Library, L.J. (28) 68 

1904 Burgoyne (F. J. P.) Display and filing of periodicals, L.A. (4) 197, 203 
Brown (J. D.) Best periodicals, L.A.R. (6) 430-432 

— Selection of current periodicals, L.A.R. (6) 591-597 

1905 Sureties (H. G.) Display and filing of periodicals, L.A. (4) 322 
Smith (G.) Old newspapers, L.A.R. (7) 329-342 

Maguire (}. H.) Plea for the preservation of newspapers, An Leah (i) 109- 
118 



NEWSPAPER CLIPS, HOLDERS, ETC. 223 



1906 Bursill (P. C.) Treatment of periodical publicalions, L.A. (5) 98-101 
Burt (A. G.) Newspapers, L.A.R. (8) 296-302 

Brown (J. D.) Limitation of newspapers in Public Libraries, L.W . (9) 

153-157 
Making- the most of a magazine subscription, Wis J Ah Bull (2) 48 

1907 Thomson (j. B.) Display of magazines, L.W. (10) 112-113 
Brown (A. N.) Library and the newspaper, Wash L.A. Bull (3) 1-3 
Saw)'er (H. P.) Method of filing newspapers. Wis Lib Bull (3) 64-65 

1908 Newspaper use in the reading room, L.J. (33) 348 
Webb (A.) Display of periodicals, L.W. (10) 318-320 
Glenister (E. E.) "Filing of periodicals, L.li". (10) 350-351 

Dumenil (R. L.) Preparation of magazines for the tables, L.W. (10) 353-54 
Wrigley (M. J.) Registration of periodicals, L.W. (11) 33-34 
Substitute for binding periodicals, Cal Neiii's Notes (3) 280-281 
Schrote (L. C.) Order among the magazines, Wis Lib Bull (4) 14 

E701 NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL FILES 

1878 Russell (C. P.) Filing of newspapers, L.A. Trans (i) 97-98 

1885 Borden (VV. h.) Newspaper file, L.J. (10) 313-314 

1890 Management of Periodicals : methods of various Libraries, L.J. (15) 6-7 

1899 Filing periodicals, L.W. (2) 13, 41-42, 171 

1904 Burgoyne (F. J. P.) Display and filing of periodicals, L.A. (4) 197, 203 

1905 Sureties (H. G.) Display aiid filing of periodicals, L.A. (4) 322 

1907 Sawyer (H. P.) Method of filing newspapers. Wis Lib Bull (3) 64-65 
Glenister (E. E.) Filing of periodicals, L.W. (10) 350-351 

For particulars relating to Periodical Filing Racks, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
HoLLLN'Gs & Guest, Ltd., Thimble Mill Lane, Birmingham 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E70 2 NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL CLIPS, RODS, etc. 
1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice. Greenwood's 
Yr-Bk 100- 10 1 
For particulars relating to Newspaper and Periodical Clips, etc., apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E70 3 NEWSPAPER LEANING BAR 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Roneo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E70 4 NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE NAME PLATES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
London Sand Blast Co., 58A, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 

E705 NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE TIME NOTICES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureai', Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
London Sand Blast Co., 58A, Gray's Inn Road, E.C. 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E706 ADJUSTABLE MAGAZINE LIST HOLDER 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice, Greenwood's 
Yr-Bk 98-99 



224 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1899 Baker (E. A.) Arrangement of periodicals, L.W. (2) 9-1 j 
For particulars relating to Adjustable Magazine lists, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

E71 PERIODICALS— METHODS OF CHECKING 

1889 James (H. P.) Current magazine check lists, L.J. (14) 377-378 

Bowker (R. R.) Current magazine check lists — another method, L.J. (14) 

404-405 
Methods of checking periodicals, L.J. (14) 487 

1896 Periodical checking methods, L. (8) 575-578 

Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Specimens of Periodicals Check Cards, 
P.L. (i) 117-118 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Checking of periodicals, L. (9) 35-36 

■ — Formation of Public Libraries, Greemuood's Yr-Bk 72 

1900 Annual publications — methods of checking date of publications, L. W. (2) 

192-193 

1901 Hill (G. P.) How periodicals are checked in the New \ork Library, L.J. 

(26) 390-391 
Periodical checks of the Library of Congress, Kept of Libn of Cong 248-253 
Savage (E. A.) Periodicals check, L.W. (3) 291-293 

1905 Burgoyne (F. J. P.) Display and filing of periodicals, L.A. (4) 203-205 
Serials check list routine, N.Y.S.L. Rept (88) 551-564 

Annuals check list routine, N.Y.S.L. Rept (88) 565-568 
1908 Webb (A.) Checks for periodicals, L.W. (10) 320 

Wrigley (M. W.) Registration of periodicals, L.W. (:i) 33-34 
For particulars relating to Neiuspaper Delivery Check Cards, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E72 PERIODICALS INDICATOR 

1894 Elliot Magazine Indicator, Greemuood's Public Libraries 395 

1898 Roberts (H. D.) On the issue of periodicals, L. (10) 33-35 

1906 Jackson (F. R.) The care of periodicals, P.L. (11) 493-494 
For partictilars relating to Periodicals Indicators, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

E73 OBLITERATION OF RACING NEWS 

1893 Elliot (J.) Extinction of the betting evil in newsroom, L. (5) 193-4 

1894 Dent (R. K.) Introduction to discussion on blacking out of sporting news 

in Libraries, L. (6) 127-9 
Elliot (J.) Extinction of betting evil, L.J. (19) 51 
1905 Philip (A. J.) " Blacking out," L. 11'. (7) 261-3 

1907 Folkard (H. T.) Obliteration of racing news, L.A.R. (9) 24-9 
Sawtell (H. C.) Blacking out of betting news, L.A. (5) 234-5 
Green (T.) Obliteration of betting news, L.W. (10) 32-33 

1908 List of Public Libraries in which betting news is obliterated from news- 

papers. Lit Yr-Bk 662 

E74 READING ROOM RULES AND REGULATIONS 

1887 Mullins (J. D.) Free Library bye-laws, L.C. (4) 163-165 
1907 Signs for enforcing order. Wis Lib Bidl (3) 54 

E75 READING ROOM METHODS 

1876 Todd (W. C.) Free reading rooms, U.S. Rept 460-64 

1887 Robertson (A. W.) Arrangement for magazines at Aberdeen Library, L.C. 

(4) 111-113 
1892 Sanders (M. R.) Reading rooms : what a woman iriay do in them, L.J. 

(17) Conf No 92 
1894 New reading room at Newberry Library (U.S.), L.J. (19) 168-9 

Reading Room Association of Wilkes Barre (U.S.), L.J. (19) 232-33 
1896 James (H. P.) Reading rooms and periodicals, L.J. (21) Conf No 49 

Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (1) 39-40 
1898 Wellman (H. C.) Branches and Deliveries, L.J. (23) Conf No 8-12 



REFERENCE LIBRARY METHODS 225 



1901 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 21-24 

1902 Importance of a Reading Room, la Lib Q. (2) 41 

'1908 Dum(5nil (R. L.) Preparation of magazines for the tables, L.W. (10) 

353-354 
1909 Soule (C. C.) Shelves round reading rooms, P.L. (14) 134 

E76 READING ROOM FOR THE BLIND 

1901 Reading Room for the Blind, Rept of Libn of Cong 247-248 
See also C 452 

E77 DIRECTORIES AND TIMETABLES 

1895 Thwaites (R. G.) Directories in Public Reference Libraries, L.J. (20) 341-2 
1907 Waldron (J. S.) Directories and Time-tables, L.W. (10) 239-240 

E771 METHODS OF DISPLAY 

For particulars relating to Directory and Time-Table Racks, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RONEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E78 LADIES' ROOMS 

1892 Wood (B.) Women's reading rooms, L. (4) 108-111 
1907 Gilbert (M.) Ladies' rooms, L.W. (10) 78-80 

E79 RULES AND REGULATIONS— REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 

1887 MuUins (J.) Free Library bye-laws, L.C. (4) 163-165 
1894 Reference Library rules, Greenwood's Public Libraries 587 
1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 
(i) 391-392 

E80 REFERENCE LIBRARY WORK— MANAGEMENT AND POLICY 

1876 Green (S. S.) Desirableness of establishing personal intercourse and 
relations between Librarian and readers in Public Libraries, L.J. (i) 
74-81 

1879 Foster (W. E.) How to use a Public Library, L.J. (4) 447-448 

1880 Reference Library arrangement, L.J. (5) 180 

1881 Madan (F.) Loan of reference books, L.J. (6) 226 

1886 Hewins (C. M.) How to make the most of a small Library, L.J. (11) 305- 

308 
i88g Larned (J. N.) Library of " Best books," L.J. (14) 127 

1890 Method of recording use of reference books, L.J. (15) 221 

1891 Bardwell (W. A.) Reference work at Brooklyn Library, L.J. (16) 297 
Child (W. B.) Reference work at the Columbia College Library, L.J. (16) 

298 
Mosman (M. C.) Reference work at the Pratt Institute Library, L.J. (16) 
298-300 
1892-3 Richardson (E. C.) Reference books, U.S. Rept 976-982, L.J. (18) 254-7 

1893 Discussion on methods for the Reference Library, L.J. (18) 181-183 

1894 Foster (W. E.) The information desk, L.J. (19) 368 

Massachusetts Library Club, discussion on reference work, L.J. (ig) 382-4 

1895 Thwaites (R. G.) Directories in Public Reference Libraries, L.J. (20) 341-2 

1896 Cutter (W. R.) Genealogical research in Public Libraries, L.J. (21) 222-23 
Green (S. S.) Libraries as bureaus of information, L.J. (21) 324-326 

1897 Woodruff (E. B.) Reference work, L.J. (22) Conf No 65-67, Discussion 

127-129 
Milner (A. V.) Reference sheets, P.L. (2) 87-88 
Moore (E. L.) Reference work and special lists, P.L. (2) 290-293 

1898 Dent (R. K.) Notes on the formation of a small Reference Library, L. 

(8). 53 1-535 
Austin (W.) Dependence of Reference department on cataloguing and 

classification, L.J. (23) Conf No 105-110 
Discussion on instruction in use of reference books and Libraries, L.J. 

(23) Conf No 141-142 
Green (S. S.) Inter-library loans in reference work, L.J. (23) 567-568 
Faxon (F. W.) Periodicals in reference work, P.L. (3) 207-209, 252-254 

1899 Rickey (V. C.) Use of reference books, P.L. (4) 364-366 



226 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

i^bo B6stwick (A. E.) Reference wbrk in small Circulating'Libraries, P.L. {^) 
419-422 

1901 C'runden (F. M.) How thing's are done in one American Library, L: (N.S.) 

(2) 21 
Caddie (A. j.) Co-operation of adjoining' towns for the establishment i-i 

Reference Libraries, L.A.R. (3) 562-566 
Inkster (L.) Relative functions of the Lending and Reference departments 

of a Public Library, L.A.R. (j,) 2t3-2»i' ' ' • ' • 

Pacy(.F.) Reference versus Lending department, L.A.R. (3) 593-602 
Jast (L. S.) How a reference issue was built up, L.A.R. (i,) 603-608 
Stanley (H. H.) Reference work with chiklren, L.J. (26) Conf No 74-7H 

School reference room in the Brookline Public Library, P;L. 1(6) 398-400 
Brown (J. D.) The Reference Library, I..W. (3) 201-205 
Crrang'er (A. C.) Reference work in a sinall Library, P.L. (6) 548-551 

1902 Walker (H.) Reference Libraries in small towns, L.A.R. (4) 327-332 
Caddie (A. J.) Some further notes on co-ojieration of Reference Libraries', 

• L.A.R. (4) 237-240 
Bacon (C.) Reference work from the Librarian's standpoint, L.J. (27) 

927-932 
Hanna (B. S.) Reference work with children, P.L. (7) 149-151 
Hayward (C. A.) Reference work in a Branch Library, P.L. (7) 182-183 

1903 Bunting (H. M.) Reference room in a Public Library, . L.J. (28) 115 
Moore (E. L.) Reference work in a small Public Library, L.J. (28), 653-657 

1904 Wood (B.) Relative functions of Reference and Lending Libraries,. L./l.i^. 

(6) 29-39 
Wright (M. R.) Public Reference Library and secondary and higher 

education, L..I.R. (6) 433-437, Discussion 465-467 
Taylor (L. A.) Reference Library, L.A.R. {b} 532-537 
Rosenberg- (L L.) Problems of a Reference Librarian, L.J. (29) 120-123 
Lange (H. O.) Danish Research Libraries, L.J. (29) Conf No 67-70 
Anderson (A.) Research Libraries in Sweden, L.J. (29) Conf No 71-S4 
Coffin -(E. E.) Reference .work iin a small Library, Xew Hampshire P.L. 

Bull (5) 147-149 
Ahern (M. E.) Reference work with the general public, and discussion 

thereon by various Librarians, P.L. (9) 55-65 
Douglas (M. H.) Aids to reference work in a small Library, P.L. (9) 72-75, 

121-123, New Hampshire P.L. Bull (5) 157-160 
Dill (M. E.) Don'ts in reference work, P.L. (9) 283-285 
Illitiois Library Association — Discussion on reference work, P.L. (9) 292-95 

1905 Savage (E. A.) Municipal Library's most expensive and least useful depart- 

ment, .L.yl.i?. (7) 429-442 
Mead (H. R.) Reference work in colleges, L.J. (30) 284 
Biiren (M. van) Reference work-in a small Library, Minn P.L. C. Notes 

No 2, 1-4 
Reference work in a College Library, Minn P.L.C. Notes No 2, 4 

1906 Warner (J.) First year of reference work, L..L (5) 84-85 

Harris (W. J.) Suggestions on the planning of an ideal Librarv, L.A. (5) 

86-89 
Shyers (W. C B.) Amalgamation of Lending and Reference Libraries, 

L.A. (5) 89-93 
Ciatworthy (L. M.) Reference work, /../. (31) Conf No 263-265 
Barlow (H.) Thoughts on the reference department, L.A.R. (8) 647-653 
Powell (J.) Loaning reference books, Minn P.L.C. Notes No 9, 27-28 
Banks (M.) Reference work in a small Library, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No i, 

1907 Andrews (C. W.) Use of books, .1./...1. Bull (1) Conf No 7-12, L.J. {:,2) 

249-253 
Briggs (W. B.) Reference work in Public and in College Libraries : a 

comparison and a contrast, L.J. (32) 492-495 
Wallis (M. S.) Legislative reference work in Baltimore, L.J. (32) 562-563 
Barrett (F. T.) Presidential address, L.A.R. (9) 547-548 
Thomson (J. B.) Research work in Public Libraries : a word for informa- 
tion desk assistants, L.W. (9) 320-323 
Hawkes (A. J.) How to popularise Reference Libraries, L.W. (9) 433-437 

(10) 62-63, 328-331 
Savers (W. C. B.) -Methods of popularizing Reference Libraries, L.W. (10) 
4-6, 102- 



L\'FORM'AUION- DESK ' ,• -- 227. 



• Turnbull (T. E.) Reference Library-plansrind' arrangement, L..H'.- (10) 

'37-4" 
(lawkes (A. J.) Subject hunting-, /..IF. (10) i56-i5<S 
Waldron (J. S.) Directories and time-tables, l.AV. (10) 239-240 
Kly (R.) Reference work in the School Library, Minn. P.L.C. Notes (2) 

>«'o 4. 75-77 
Canfieid (J. H.) Special students' reference room, I'.L. (12) 217-218 
Reference work at the I'niversity of Illinois, P.L. (12) 225-226 
Hardman (E.) Helping children know Library tools, P.L. (12) 299-301 
Mowry (D. .S.) References in cities — Baltimore as a type, P.L, (12) 387-389 
.\usten (W.) Educational value of reference-room training for students, 

A.L.A. Bull (i) C'onf No 274-277 
i()O.S Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British Municipal Libraries, 

L. (A'..S\)(9)22i 
Hiarris (W'. J.) Delimitation of the Reference Library, with a note on 

specialization, L.A.R. (10) 85-90, Discussion 127-132 
McGill (W.) Co-ordination of the various departments of an Open Access 

Library, L.W. (10) 246-248 
Wilson (H. W.) Subject indexes : a criticism on Mr. Hawkes' article on 

".Subject hunting," L.W. (10) 332-335 
Hawkes {A. J.) .Subject hunting : a repiv to Mr. H.' W. Wilson's criticism, 

L.Tf. (10) 427-428 
Darlow(G.) Municipal section of a Public Library, P.L. (13) 4-6 > 
.\ made-over Library (Michigan University Library), P.L. (1,3) 8-9 
Ballinger (J.) Municipal Librarv and its public- — Reference ; Library, 

L. (N.S.) (9) 353-368 
.Mackenzie (G.) Reference issues, L.ll. (11) 159-160 
Pierce (L) Reference work. Lib Occ (2) 9-11 
Tolman (F. L.) Reference problem of the .State Library (College and 

Reference .Section), A..L.A. Bull (2) 334-338 
Roden (C. B.) Thoughts on reference librarians, l^- a cataloguer, A.L.A. 

Bull (2) 361-370 
1909 Increasing reference use of the Library, N.Y.L. (i) 217 

Corns (A. R.) .Some insufficientiv developed points in Library practice, 

L.A.R. (11) 260 
Milner (A. V.) Library resources of low cost and high value, N.Y.L. (i) 

■■174-176 
For particulars relating to Reference Library Furniture , apply to — 

.\djust.\ble Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammkr, G. M., & Co., Ltd.., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Lii;r.arv Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bure.-vu, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
MiLNERs' Safe Co., Ltd.. 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
Ro.NEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E81 INFORMATION DESK— ASSISTING READERS 

1888 Foster (W. E.) Library's ma.ximum of usefulness as regards readers, 

L.N. (U.S.) (2) 271-285 
1891, — Information desk at the Providence (I'.S.) Public Librar\-, L.J. {16) 

■ 263, 271-2 

Reference work in .American Libraries, /../. (ib) 297-300 

1892 P''oster (W. E.) Assistance to readers, U.S. Rept 982-993, L.J. (18) 257-58 

1893 I'^ord (P. L.) Library froin the reader's point of view, L.J. (18) 178-9, 219 

1894 Foster (W. E.) Information desk, L.J. (19) 368-70 

1895 I.ittle (G. T.) Helping- inquirers, L.J. (20) Conf No 19-20 

189b (ireen (.S. .S.) Libraries as bureaus of information, L.J. (21) 324-6 
1897 Woodruff (E. B.) Reference work, L.J. {22) Conf No 65 

Milner (.A. V.) Reference sheets, P.L. (2) S7-8 
1899 Brett (W. H.) .Advance in methods of assistance to readers, L./. (23) 
Conf No 174-5 

Davidson (C.) Use and abuse of aid in research, L.J. (23) Conf No i4(vi 

Rickey (Mrs. V. C.) Use of Reference books, P.L. (4) 364-6 
1900' Information for readers, L.W. (2) 300-1 

Crunden (F. M.^ How things are done in one American Librarv, L. {N..S.) 

■(i) 150 ■ 

Dewey (M.) The Faculty Library, L. {N.S.) (2) 238-241 
Phythian (J. E.) Librarian and reader, L.A.R. (2) 305-12 



228 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1901 Dent (R. K.) Librarian as a help to the reader, L.A.R..{i) 609-15 
Mann (M.) What can be done over the loan desk to 'help readers in the 

selection of good books, la Lib Q. (i) 2-5 
Wilson (W.) A word to assistants, L.W. (2) 140, 331-2 

1902 Desk assistant : an imaginary conversation, L.J. (27) 251-4 
Information desk work at the Pratt Institute Free Library, L.J. (27) 17-18 
"Topic blanks," at Cincinnati Public Library, L.J. (28) 239 

1903 Lewin (P. E.) Enquiry department in the Public Library, L.A.R. (5) 3-5 

1904 Ahern (M. E.) Reference work with the general public, P.L. (9) 55-65 
Rosenberg (I.) Problems of a Reference Librarian, L.J. (29) 120-3 

1905 Adams (M. B.) Public Libraries, their building and equipment, L.A.R. 

(7) 223-225 
Savage (E. A.) Municipal Library's most expensive and least useful 

department, L.A.R. (7) 429-442 
Macleod (R. D.) Personal element in Public Library work, L.A. (5) 3-5 
Mistakes of the bureau of information, L.J. (30) 341 

1906 Clatworthy (L. M.) Reference work, L.J. (31) Conf No 253-265 
Deffenbaugh (E.) Value of intelligent criticism. Wash L.A. Bull (2) 

No 3, 3-5 

Sayers (W. C. B.) and J. D. Stewart. Library magazines, their prepara- 
tion and production, L.W. (8) 147-150 

Rathbone (F. L.) Library guides, P.L. Tii) 313 

1907 Andrews (C. W.) Use of books, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 7-12, L.J. (32) 

249-253 
Austin (W.) Educational value of reference room training for students, 

A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 274-77 
Brown (A. N.) Library and the newspaper, Wash L.A. Bull (3) 1-3 
Brown (C. H.) Use of scientific and technical books, A. L.A. Bull (i) 

Conf No 163-165 
Hawkes (A. J.) Subject hunting, L.W. (10) 156-158 
Hitchler (T.) Successful loan desk assistants, L.J. (32) 264-268 
Thomson (J. B.) Research work : a word for information desk assistants, 

L.W. (9) 320-23 

1908 Askew (S. B.) The place, the man, and the book : reference slips placed 

in books indicating works of a similar character, A. L.A. Bull (2) 150-57 
Bishop {W. W.) Amount of help to be given to readers (college and 

reference section), A. L.A. Bull (2) 327-332, Discussion 332-4, L.J. (33) 

264-268 
Wood (H. A.) Book side of things, P.L. (13) 40-41 

1909 Guidance to readers. Lib luork (3) 15 

Lowe (J. A.) Personal contact through the catalogue, L.J. (34) 265 
Information bureaux in Libraries, L.A. (6) 341-342 

E82 ACCESS TO REFERENCE SHELVES 

1877 Access to reference shelves, L.J. (2) 62. 1887 : L.J. (12) 184 
1888 Foster (J. E.) Open Reference Library at Cambridge, L.C. (5) 71 
Access to reference shelves, L.J. (13) 180 

1890 Access to reference shelves at Astor Library, L.J. (15) 20-21 

Hosmer (J. K.) On browsing, by a bookworm, L.J. (15) Conf No 33-37 

1891 Bardwell (W. A.) Reference work in Libraries, L.J. (16) 297-300 

1892 Wood B.) Three special features of Free Library work, L. (4) 105-114 

1900 Open shelves in Reference Libraries, L. W. (2) 269 

1901 Jast (L. S.) How a reference issue was built up, L.A.R. (3) 603-608 

1908 Open shelves and book losses, L.W. (10) 275 

1909 Book thefts in London, L.W. (11) 437 

E82 1 ACCESS TO SHELVES IN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY REFERENCE 
LIBRARIES 

1876 Robinson (O. H.) Access to shelves in College Libraries, U.S. Rept 516-20 
1880 Guild (R. A.) Open shelves at Brown University, L.J. (5) 210 
1908 Richardson (E. C.) Open shelves for University Libraries, A. L.A. Bull 
(2) 323-327. P-I-- (13) 241-243 

E83 RELATIVE FUNCTIONS, CO ORDINATION, etc., OF REFERENCE AND 
LENDING DEPARTMENTS 

1901 Inkster (L.) Relative functions of the Lending and Reference depart- 
ments of a Public Library, L.A.R. (3) 273-281 
Pacy (F.) Reference versus Lending department, L.A.R. (3) 593-602 



LENDING LIBRARY METHODS 229 



1904 Wood (B.) Relative functions of the Reference and Lending Depart- 

ments, L.A.R. (6) 29-39, Discussion (5) 477-479 

1905 Savage (E. A.) Municipal Library's most expensive and least useful 

department, L.A.K. (7) 429-442 

1906 Harris (W. J.) Suggestions on the planning of an ideal Library : an 

Utopian forecast, L.A. (5) 86-89 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Amalgamation of Lending and Reference Libraries, 

L.A. (5) 89-93 
Savage (E. A.) Amalgamation of Lending and Reference Departments, 

L.A. (5) 106-107 
Hare (W. T.) Suggestions on the planning of Public Libraries, L.A.R. 

(8) 148-154 

1907 Havvkes (A. J.) To popularize Reference Libraries, L.W. (9) 433-437 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Methods of popularizing Reference Libraries, L.W. 

(10) 4-6 • 

Hawkes (A. J.) How to popularize Reference Libraries : a reply to Mr. 

Sayers, L.W. (10) 62-63 
Harris (W. J.) Delimitation of the Reference Library, with a note on 

specialization, L.A.R. (10) 85-90, Discussion 127-132 
McGill (W.) Co-ordination of the various departments of an Open Access 

Library, L.W. (10) 246-248 
Hawkes (A. J.) To popularize Reference Libraries: a postscript, L.W. 

(10) 328-331 
1909 Dewey (M.) Combining administrative departments, P.L. (14) 21 

E84 LENDING LIBRARY METHODS 

1886 Lending Libraries, L.J. (11) 187-188 

1894 Gilburt (J.) In the Lending Library, L. (6) 74-77 

Mason (T.) New method of arranging a Lending Library, L. (6) 263-265 

1900 Barraud (L. M.) Some advice to directors of popular Libraries as to the 

best method of distributing their books, P.L. (5) 239-240 

1901 Inkster (L.) Relative functions of the Lending and Reference depart- 

ments of a Public Library, L.A.R. (3) 273-281 
Pacy (F.) Reference versus lending department, L.A.R. (3) 593-602 

1902 Clarke (A. L.) Public Lending Libraries for the City of London, L. (N.S.) 

(3) 135-140 
1904 Wood (B.) Relative functions of Reference and Lending Libraries, L.A.R. 
(6) 29-39 

1906 Sayers (W. C. B.) Amalgamation of lending and reference departments, 

L.A. is) 89-93 
Savage (E. A.) Amalgamation of lending and reference departments, 

L.A. (5) 106-107 
Care and use of township Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (2) 61 

1907 Improving the quality of circulation, N.Y.L. (1) 88 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on the work of British Municipal 

Libraries, L. (N.S.) (9) 221-222 
Ballinger (J.) Municipal Library and its public — Lending Libraries and 

Branches, L. (N.S.) (9) 309-322 
Sanderson (E. M.) and E. M. Smith. Circulating of single numbers of 

periodicals, L.J. (33) 86-94 

For particulars relating to Lending Library Furniture, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Milner's Safe Co., 28, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct. E.C. 

ESS CHARGING SYSTEMS— GENERAL 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Methods of delivery, 17.5. Rept 498-9 
— Register of books borrowed, U.S. Rept 499-502 
Cadwallader (B.) Record blanks of books loaned, L.J. (1) 254-55 

1877 Vinton (F.) Registration of books borrowed, L.J. (2) 55-57 
Dewey (M.) Defacing books, L.J. (2) 327 

1878 Cutter (C. A.) Time of loans, L./. (3) 79 

Newburgh, N.Y. Library. Charging system of a novel sort, L.J. (3) 119 



^9 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, OF , LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1879 



Dewey. (M.), i;*n,nciples underlying charging- systems, L.]. (3) 217-20 
Jackson (F.) Systems of charging loans, and an improveti slip case, J..]. 

(3) 230731 ., . , 

Dewey (M.) Designating sex in registration, L.]. (3) 311 
Winsor. (J.) Charging system at Harvard, L.]. (3) 338-39 
Dewey (M.) Delinquent notices and check boxes, L.]. (3) 370-1 
Cutter (C. A.) .Another charging system, L.j. (4) 17-18 
Dewey (M.) Designating sex in registration, L.]. (4) 174 
Schwartz (J.) Brief description of a charging system, L.]. (4) 275-77 
I'arr (G.) Card Ledger, a charging system without writing, L.A. Trans 

1880 Schwartz (J.) Charging systems, /../. (5) 73-4, 108, Discussion 75 
Kstabrook (C.)More about charging systems, L./., (5) 72-77. 108, Discus- 

. , . ' sion 74-5 

Foster (W. F.) New charging system, /.../. (5) 320 
Dewev (M.) Slip indicator, L.J. (5) 320-21 • 
Mann'(B. P.) Library fines, L.J. (5) 320 

188 1 Massey (A. P.) Coloured cards for recording loans, L.J. (6) 34 
Chamberlain (L. T.) Charging methods for Sunday School Libraries, 

^•/- (6) 159 
Schute's time saving record for Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (6) 288 
1S82 Schwartz (J.) and C. A. Cutter. Scraps from script, L.J. (7) 6 

Linderfelt (K. A.) Charging systems (A. L.A. paper, ist report on), L.J. 
{7) 178-182 . 
1883 Kite (W.) Book registry for small Libraries, L.J. (8) 40-1. See also 16 
1885 Perkins (F. B.) Charging-card rack,,,L.y. (,io) ^3 , 

Cutter (C. A.) Inconveniences of Library-cards, L.J. (10) 48 
18S6 Stetson (W. K.) Charging by day-books, L.J. (11) 121 
Arnold (G. U.) Charging by day-books, L.J. (11) 167 
Little (G. T.) Charging system for small Libraries (A. L.A. paper), L.J. 

(11) 212-13 
Larned (L N.) Some new devices and arrangements, L.J. (11) 295 

1887 Bolton (H. C.) Dated book marks, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 216 
Restricted reference books, slips for, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 216 

1888 Peck (A. L.) Charging by means of baggage checks, L.J. (13) 315 
1889" Carr (H. J.) Report on charging systems (Bibliography), L.J. (14) 203-214 

Device for preserving call numbers, L.J. (14) 281 

Schwartz (J.) Apprentices'. Library charging system, L.J. (14) 468-9 

1891 Brown (J.- D.) Charging systems, L. (3) 390-392 

Davis '(O. S.) Y.M.C.A. Library, Albany, charging system, L.J. (16) 21,2 
Cutler (M. .S.) Charging systems in foreign Libraries, L.J. (16) Conf 

No 51-52 
I'^enner (L. B.) Accounts with books and borrowers, L.J. (16) 246 
Plummer (M. W.) Sacramento Public Library tag system, L.J. (16) 335 
— San Francisco Mechanics' Institute charging system, L.J. (16) 335-336 
' — San Francisco Public Library wheel for borrowers' cards, L.J. (16) 336 

1892 — Loan system, L'..S'. Rept 89S-906. L.J. (18) 242-246 
1^93 How io give out books, L.J. (iS) 10-12 

Library Commission of State of New Hampshire, circular, L.J. (18) 42 
Jones (G. M.) Delivery book difficulties, L.J. (18) 86 

1894 Steenberg (.\. S.) A Danish charging system, L. (6) 78-79 
Discussion on charging systems by Mass. Library Club, L.J. (19) 173-174 
Hasse (A. R.) New charging system of Los Angeles Library, L.J. (19) 

195-196. See also 288, 329 
Bolton (C. K.) Charging systems and statistics, L./. (19) 225-226 
Charging systems, Grecniuood's Public Libraries 415-416 

1895 Browne (N. E.) Another charging system, L.J. (20) 168. For Discussion 

see Conf No 1 27-1 28, 300 
Jones ((i. M.) Cards for " two book " system, L.J. (20) 168-172 

1896 Hill (F. P.) Preparing a book for issue and charging systems, L.J. (21) 

Conf No 147-149 . . • ,,. • 

A. L.A. Primer: Charging systems, P.L. (i) 79-80 
Buhrc (M. E.) Charging systems, P.L. (i) 133 j.'" 

1897 Pennock (B. W.) Browne charging system, L.J. (22) 294-6. See also 340 
.Sheldon (H. G.) Elementary talks on charging systems, L.J. (22) 63-64 
Schwartz (J.) " Combined charging system," L.J. (22) 428 

1898 Brown (J. D.) History and description of charging systems, L. IF. (1) 3, 

et seq. 



IXDICATOR CHARGING SYSTEMS 231 

Gaillard (E. W^) Charging system wanted, P.L. (3) 262 
•■; Dodge (V.) Loan system at Cedar Rapids, P.L. (3) 259-261 

1899 Jast (L. S.) Charging checks, /.. iV. (2) 16-17. For reply see 39-40 »>"' 
I3ro\vn (J. I).) History and descrijjtion of charging systems, L.W. (2) 113-8 
Browne charging system, suggested improvinients, L.J. (24) 202-4 
Clarice (E. I'.) Browne charging system, a further word, L.J. (24) C(inf 

No 478-9 
Wood (H. M.) Charging systems. /'./.. (4) 375-77 

1900 Brown (J. D.) History and description of charging systems, L.W. (3) 3-4, 

18-20, 33-35, 75-76," 1 10- 1 13, (4) 187-190, 242-247 

1902 Dill (M. A.) Essentials of a good loan system (review of various svstems), 

la Lib O. (2) 7-10 

1903 Cutter (C. A.) Charging simplified, L.J. (28) 664 

1905 Smith (C. W.) Seattle charging case, L./. (30) 350-51 

Austin (W.) Banking method of charging books, L.J. (30) 144-146 

1906 Issue metliods in use at various Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 55S-559 

CHARGING SYSTEMS— SPECIAL 
E86 LEDGER 

1876 Poole (\V. F.) Organization and management of Public Libraries, U.S. 

Kept 499-5"" ■. ; .. 

1878 Dewey (M.) Principles underlying charging systeiTife, L.J. (3) 217-220 

— Charging svstems based on an account with borrowers, /../. (3) 
252-255. 285-288 

1879 — Books and readers' accounts, L.J. (4) 131 

i88b Stetson (W. K.) Charging by day-books, L.J. (11) 121 
Arnold (G; U.) Charging by day-books, L.J. (11) 167 
1891 Fenner (L. B.) Accounts with books and borrowers, L.J. (16) 246 
1892-3 Plummer (M. W.) Loan system, U.S. Rcpt 900 
1894 Ledger system. Greenwood's Public Libraries 415 

1898 Brown (j. D.) History and description of Library charging systems, 
L.Il''. ("0 33-35, 75-76' 

1907 Staley (G. F.) Ledger charging, L. U . (10) 35-37 

E86 1 SLIP SYSTEM 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Organization and management of Public Libraries, U.S. 

Kept 500-501 
Dewey (M.) Catalogues and cataloguing, U.S. Kept 631 
1892-3 Plummer (M. W.) Loan system, U.S.' Rept 9or-'903 ■ 
1898 Brown (J. D.) History and description of Library charging systems, 

L. ir. ( i) I 10-113 
1905 Austin (W.) Banking method of ch.arging books, L.J. (30) 144-146 

E86 2 DUMMY SYSTEM 

1892-3 Plummer (M. W.) Loan system, U.S. Rept 905 

E87 INDICATORS— GENERAL 

1876 Yates (J.) The Leeds Indicator, L.J. (i) 255-256, 443 

1878 — Indicators, L.A. Trans (.1) 76-78 

1879 Walker (R. C.) A Library recorder, L.J. (4) 203, 375 

1880 Rept of the Indicator Committee, L.A. Trans (3) lo-ii, L.A. M.N. (1) 84-86 
1889 Combined card catalogue, shelf list and indicator at Sacramento Public 

Library, L.J. (15) 338 
Robertson (A. W.) On Library indicators, with special reference to the 
"Duplex" Indicator, L. (2) 21-27 
1891 Brown (J. D.) Indicators, L. (3) 386-390 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture'and^ fittings, U.S. Rept 742 
Plummer (M. W.) Loan system, U.S. Rept 905-906 

1893 Davis (C. T.) Indicators versus card charging, V^. (5) 291-304 

1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 329-395, 416 ' 

1897 Schwartz (J.) Indicator-catalogue charging system, 2ud Int Conf 142- 

145. 246 

1898 Brown (J. D.) Suggestions for a new form of Library indicator, /,. (^) 

96-101 

1899 — History of Library charging systems, L.W. (2) 1-5, 2q-3i 
Librarian's workshop— Indicators : method of dealing with duplicate 

books, L. II'. (i) 43-44, 57-62, 113-116 



232 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1902 Cotgreave (A.) Library indicator: pro and con, L.A.R-X'i) 333-39- 360-61 
1905 Harris (W. J.) Indicators versus card charging, L.W. (7) 209-213 

1907 Gill (A. K.) Indicator considered as a modern Library appliance, L.W. 

(9) 313-317 
Cotgreave (A.) Comments on an article concerning Library indicators, 

by A. K. Gill, L.W. (9) 402-405 

1908 Oswald (W. K.) Patience exerciser, or obstructor, L.W. (10) 289-291 
Hatcher (A. F.) New method of Indicator charging, L.A.R. (10) 419-420 
Open access versus indicator, L.W. (10) 101-103 

Cotgreave (A.) Open access vers-iis indicators, L.W. (10) 196-200 
Libraries in England using indicators for charging system, Lit Yr-Bk 

666-667 
Libraries using indicator for fiction only. Lit Yr-Bk 667 
For particulars relating to various forms of Accessions Indicators , apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

E88 INDICATORS— SPECIAL MAKES— COMBINED 

1889 Combined card catalogue, shelf list and indicator at Sacramento Library, 

L.J. ds) 338 
1899 Crowther (E.) Combined indicator and card catalogue, L.W. (i) 170-172 

E89 BARRETT INDICATOR, 1866 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (2) 4-5 

E89I BARRETT SECOND INDICATOR, 1876 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (2) 60 

1902 Barrett (F. T.) Book notation and an indicator, L.W. (4) 281-286 

E90 BONNER INDICATOR, 1891 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 386-387 

E91 CHIVERS' INDICATOR, 1895 

1895 A new indicator, a description of the Chivers' Indicator, L. (7) 318-321 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice, Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk 95-97 
1908 Brown (W.) Chivers' indicator adapted as an author indicator for fiction, 

L.W. (11) 243-244 

E92 COTGREAVE INDICATOR, 1877 

1879 Cotgreave (A.) An indicator-book, L.A.U.K. Trans (2) 71-72 

1880 — Library Indicator versus book-keeping, L.J. (5) 51 
1891 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 389-390 
1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 394 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L. l-l^. (2) 113-115 
1908 Cotgreave Indicator: an adaptation, L.W. (11) 79-81 

For particulars relating to the Cotgreave, and other Indicators, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

E93 DENT INDICATOR, 1869 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (2) 29-30 

E94 DUPLEX INDICATOR, 1888 

1889 Robertson (A. VV.) The Duplex Indicator, L.J. (14) 42 

1890 — Library indicators : with special reference to the " Duplex Indicator," 

L. (2) 21-27 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 387-389 
1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 395 

E95 DYALL INDICATOR, 1863 

1876 Yates (J.) The Leeds Indicator, L.J. (i) 255-256, 443 

1878 — Indicators, L.A. Trans (i) 76 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (2) 3-4 

E96 ELLIOT INDICATOR, 1870 

1878 Yates (J.) Indicators, L.A. Trans (i) 76-77 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 389 ,,.. 



CARD CHARGING SYSTEM 233 



1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 393 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging- systems, L.W. (2) 30-31 

E97 GRAHAM INDICATOR 

1908 Farrow (T. E.) The Graham Indicator, L.W. (11) 29-31 

E98 KENNEDY INDICATOR, 1875 

1878 Yates (J.) Indicators, L.A. Trans (i) 78 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (2) 57-60 

1909 Webb (A.) Modified Kennedy Indicator, L.W. (11) 281-284, 3^4 
Cotgreave (A.) Modified Kennedy Indicator, L.W. (11) 363 

E99 MORGAN INDICATOR, 1876 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W, (2) 60-62 

ElOO WALKER INDICATOR 

1879 Walker (R. C.) A Library recorder, L.J. (4) 203 

E 10! WRIGHTSTANLAKE INDICATOR, 1879 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (2) 115-116 

E lOM INDICATOR ACCESSORIES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

E 101=2 INDICATOR TICKETS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Harland, M., & Son., Manor Street, Hull 

Jenkins & Co., Rupert Street, Bristol 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

E 181=3 INDICATOR TRAYS 

For particulars, apply to — 

Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 

E102 CARD CHARGING SYSTEM 

1879 Parr (G.) Card ledger: a charging system without writing, L.A. U.K. 

Trans (2) 73-75 
Cutter (C. A.) Charging systems, L.J. (4) 445-446 

1880 Estabrook (C.) More about charging systems, L.J. (5) 72-73, 108 
New charging system, L.J. (5) 320-321 

1891 Brown (J. D.) Library appliances, L. (3) 390-39:.^ 

1893 Quinn (J. H.) A card-charging system for Lending Libraries, L. (5) 

34-39 

1894 Steenberg (A. S.) A Danish charging system, L. (6) 78-79 

1895 Browne (N. E.) Another charging system, L.J. (20) 158, Discussion Con f 

No 127-128, 130 
Jones (G. M.) Cards for " two-book " system, L.J. (20) 168-172 

1896 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 79-81 

1897 Pennock (B. W.) Browne charging system, L.J. (22) 294-295, 340 
Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 74-7, 84 

1899 Browne charging system — a suggested improvement, L.J. (24) 202-204 
Clarke (E. P.) Browne charging system — a further word, L.J. (24) 478-9 
Brown (J. D.) History of charging systems, L.W. (i) 187-190, 242-247 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 392-395 
Thorne (W. B.) Simple card charging system, L.W. (2) 212-213 

1901 Johnston (C. D.) Modification of the Browne system, L.J. (26) 873-874 

1902 Dill (M. A.) Essentials of a good loan system (review of various systems), 

la Lib Q. (2) 7-10 
1904 Card charging system, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 52-55 

1906 Parker (J.) Browne charging system, Vt L.C. Bull (2) 1-2 

1907 Cole (F. C.) Card charging and appliances, L.W. (10) 26-30, 188-194 

1908 Hyde (M. E.) Comparison of charging systems, P.L. (13) 342-344 
Browne (N, E.) Comparison of charging systems — a correction, P.L. (13) 

402-403 
List of Libraries using card system for charging. Lit Yr-Bk 667-668 



234 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



E 102=1 CARD CHARGING TRAYS AND RACKS 

1878 Jackson (F.) Systems of chargint;- loans, and an improved slip case, 

L.J. (3) 230-231 '"' *•'"'' 

1885 Perkins (F. B.) Charming-card rack, L.J. (10) 63 
1897 Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bh 66, 76 

— History of charging systems, L. IF. (i) 187-190, 242-247 
1902 Card charging trays, Minn, la and Wis L.<C. Hdbk 23, 70 
1907 Cole (F. C.) Card charging and appliances, L.W. (10) 26-30, 188-194 
For particulars relating to Card Charging Trays, etc., apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, 'Boston, London 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E 102=2 BOOK CHARGING CARD 

1881 Massey (A. P.) Coloured cards for recording loans, L.J. (6) 34 

Chamberlain (L. T.) Charging methods for Sunday .School Libraries, 

L.J. (6) 159 ' _ ^_ 

Schute's time saving record for Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (6) 288 

1885 Cutter (C. A.) Inconveniences of Library cards, -L./. (10) 48 
1895 Jones (G. M.) Cards for " two-book " system, L.J. (20) 168-172 

1897 Brown (J. P.) Formation of Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 65-66 

1899 — History of charging systems, L.W. (i) 187-190, 242-247 

1900 Thorne (W. B.) Simple card charging system, L.W. (2) 212-213 
1902 Book card, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 73 

1904 Book card, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 53 

1907 Cole (F. C.) Card charging and appliances, L.W. (10) 26-30, 188-190 
For particulars relating to Book Charging Cards, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 6g, Milton .Street, E.C. 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E 102 3 BOOK CARD GUIDES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 2^, Gwvdir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
LiBKARY Bure.\u, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton .Street, E.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E 102=4 BOOK POCKET 

1886 Dewey (M.) Card pockets, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 282-285 

1899 Brown (J. D.) History and description of Library charging systems,. 

L.W. (i) 189-190, 242-247 . •--! 

1902 Book pockets, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 72 

1904 Book pockets, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 53 

1907 Cole (F. C.) Card charging and aj)pliances, L.W. (10) 2ii 
""'For particulars, apply to — 

Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Stanley Ri-ssell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

E 103 INDICATOR versus CARD CHARGING SYSTEM 

1893 Davis (C. T.) Indicators versus card charging, L. (5) 291-304 

1905 Harris (W. J.) Indicators t'^rsHs card charging, L.W. (7) 209-213 

1907 Gill (A. K.) Indicator considered as a modern Library appliance, L.W. 

^(9) 313-317 ' 

("otgreave (A.) Comments on an article concerning Librarv indicators,, 
by A. K. Gill, L. IF. (9) 402-405 ' ■' 

i()oS Oswald (W. K.) Patience exerciser, or obstructor, L. 11'. (10) 289-2()i 
Open Access versus Indicator, L.W. (10) 101-103 
. CoJ:grea,ve (A.) Open .Access versus Indicator, L.W. (10) 196-200 



Ol'EX ACCESS SYSTEM 235 



£104 OPEN ACCESS— ARGUMENTS IN FAVOUR AND AGAINST 

1876 Robinson (O. H.)' Access to shelves in Collof^fc Libraries, U.S. Kept 516-20 

1877 Discussion on access, to shelves, isi Conf of Libus 172-j, L.J. (2) 275-278 
1880 Guild (R. A.) Op(,-n shelve.s at Brown University, L.J. (5) 210 

188(1 Vinton (F.) Shall borrowers go to the shelves, L.J. (11) 67, 74 

R- - ( ) Access to the shelves, L.J. (11) 167 
18X7 Discussion on open access, L.J. (12) 44 (,ii ,,., ■ 

1888 Discussion on access to shelves, LJ. (13) Conf No;30i) 
. 1889 Rider (S. S.) What I saw in the Free Library at Pa>vtucket, L.J. (14) 40-1 
i8()o Hosmer (J. K.) On browsing, L.J. (15) Conf No 33-37 

Brett (W. H.) Re-arrangement of Cleveland Public Library, L.J. (15) 136-7 

Access to the shelves, New York Y.M.C.A. Library, /../. (15) 197-8 

Access to shelves, L.J. (15) 229-31, 29() 

1891 Access to shelves, L.J. (16) 175 

Higginson (T. A.) Access to shelves, L.J. (i6) 268-9 

Brett (\V. H.) Access to the shelves in Cleveland Library, L.J. (t6) Conf 

No 34-35, Discussion 108-9 
Putnam ^H.) Access to the shelves : a possible function of Branch 

Libraries, L.J. (16) Conf No 62-67 

1892 Discussion on access toi shelves, L.J, (17) Conf No 69-70 

. Brett (VV. H.) The open Library, L.J. (17) 445-447 '■ 

1894 Steiner (B. C.) and S. H. R.anck. Report on access to the shelves, L.J. 

(19) Conf No 87-96 

1895 Brown (J. D.) Open access Libraries from a British standpoint, /,./. (20) 

g- 1 2 ' . ' ■ ' ' ' ' 

1897 Brett (W. H.) Freedom in Public Libraries, 2nd Int Conf 79-83, Discus- 

sion 243-246 ' ' ■ • ' >• '■•• ' '; 

1898 Thomson (J.) Report on open shelves, L.J. (23) Conf No 411-42 
Open access to shelves, L. (10) 143-145 

Open access in English Libraries, L.J. (23) 577-78 

1899 Teggart (F. J.) Access to shelves, L.J. (24) 667-79 

Green (S. S.) Discrimination regarding open shelves, L.J. (24) Conf No 

517-20 
" Safe guarded " open access, L. W. (i) 190-192 - 
Nicholson (S. C.) Free access to the shelves, P.L. (4) 105 

1900 Fairchild (S. C.) American notes, L. (N.S.) (i) 103-105 

Doubleday (VV. E.) Open access question from a Librarian's point of 
view, L. (N.S.) (i) 187-195 
. "(jordon (P. D.) Open access, L.A. (2) 137-143 
Willcox (E. S.) Open shelves for large Libraries, L.J. (25) 113-5 
Husted (H. F.) Open shelves in Y.W.C.A. Library, New York, L.J. 

(25) 115 
Bostwick (A. E.) Open shelves and book theft, L.J. (25) 280-81 
Nyhus (H.) Norwegian form of safeguarded open access, L.J. (25) 728 
Green (S. S.) What classes of persons, if any, should have access to the 

shelves of large Libraries? L./. (25) Conf No 34 
\\'right (P. B.) Character of permitted access to shelves, L.J. (25) 35-6 
Open access question, L.W. (2) 266-69 
Brown (J. D.) Open access in Public Libraries exposed : a reply to Mr. 

Foskett's pamphlet, L.W. (2) '282-3 
Open access exposed : a reply to Mr. Foskett, L.W. (2) 311-312 
Brown (J. D.) History and description of charging systems, L. IF. (3) 3-7 
Bostwick (A. E.) Open shelves and book theft, L.W. (3) 62-64 
Willcox (E. S.) Open shelves, L./. (25) 113, P.L. (5) 150-156 

.J901 Lord (L E.) Open shelves and public morals, L.J. (26) 65-70- 

Green (S. S.) Lead us not into temptation — open shelves and public 

morals, L.J. (26) 137 
Lord (L E.) A reply to Mr. Green, L.J. (26) 138, la Lib (J. (i) 37-41 
Two reports on open access — a study in testimony, L. TI'. (4) 116-21, 151-55 
Access to shelves, la- Lib O. (1) 12' 

1902 Jast (L. S.) Open access, L.A.R. (-|) 274-82, Discussion 306-14' 

1904 Soper (H. T.) Open access and the theft of books, L.W. (6) 259-60 
Jast (L. S.) Note on open access in America, L.W- (7) 141-3' 
Bond (H.) Sonte features of recent Library practice in Great Britain. 
■ L.J. (29) Conf No 32-33 : : •; > 

.;',' Gupd (N.) Free access in afi Ontario Library, P.L. (9) 229-230 

1906 Progress of open access, L.W. (8) 177-9 ' '■ ■' ' ' ^ 

Brown {]. D.) Open access lending departments, L. W. (9) 41-47 



236 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1907 Open shelves questioned, L.J. (32) 114- 116. Reprinted in condensed form 

from Nation (84) 34, 80, 130, 150, 174 
Hodges (N. D. C.) Open shelves, P.L. (12) 128-129 
Mead (H. R.) Limiting access to shelves, P.L. (12) 211-212 
American and British open access, L.W. (10) 46-47 
Fletcher (W. I.) Open shelves in a College Library, P.L. (12) 213 

1908 Open shelves and book losses, L.J. (33) 275 

McGill (W.) Co-ordination of the various departments of an open access 

Library, L.W. (10) 246-248 
Lord (L E.) Open shelves and the loss of books, A.L.A. Bull (2) 231-249, 

Discussion 253-254 
Soper (H. T.) My opinion of open access, L.W. (10) 243-245 
Deas (C.) Sunderland Public Libraries: open access plans, L.W. (10) 

367-369, 416-417 
Richardson (E. C.) Open shelves for University Libraries, A.L.A. Bull 

(2) 323-327. P-^- (13) 241-243 
Willcox (£. S.) Open shelves and the loss of books, A.L.A. Bull (2) 249- 

253, Discussion 253-254, P.L. (13) 244-246, 262-263 
Stone (J.) Library buildings and their use, A.L.A. Bull (2) 357-358, P.L. 

(13) 271-274 
Open access versus indicator, L.W. (10) 101-103 

Rosenberg (L) Directing the taste of casual readers, P.L. (13) 294-299 
Cotgreave (A.) Open access versus indicators, L.W. (11) 196-200 

1909 Glazier (T. W.) Indicators and open access, L.W. (11) 321-322 
Hawkes (A. J.) Reply to Mr. Glazier, L.W. (11) 404 

Plea for browsing in Public Libraries, L.W. (12) 213-214 

E 105 OPEN ACCESS— PARTIAL 

1899 Green (S. S.) Discrimination regarding open shelves, L.J. (24) 517-520 

1900 Elmendorf (H. L.) Access to a selected Library, L.J. (25) Conf No 38-39 

1907 Mead (H. R.) Limiting access to shelves, P.L. (12) 211-212 
1909 Hawkes (A. J.) Open access to fiction, L.W. (11) 404 

E106 OPEN ACCESS IN LENDING LIBRARIES 

1892 A plea for liberty to readers to help themselves, L. (4) 302-305 

1894 MacAlister (J. Y. W.) Dawn of a new epoch, L. (6) 212-213 

Brown (J. D.) and H. W. Fincham. Clerkenwell open Lending Library, 
-L. (6) 344-355 

1895 Brown (J. D.) Clerkenwell open Lending Library, L.J. (20) 51-54 

1900 Moore (H. K.) Open access in Public Lending Libraries, L. (N.S.) (1) 49-62 
1904 Stewart (J. D.) Guiding an open access Lending Library, L.W. (7) 113-8 
1906 Bolton (G. R.) Work at the shelves : a day in an open access Library, 
L.A. (5) iio-iii 
Brown (J. D.) Open access lending department, L.W. (9) 41-47 

1908 Willcox (E. S.) Open shelves : argues against, A.L.A. Bull (2) 249-253, 

Discussion 253-254 
Lord (L E.) Open shelves and the loss of books— favours open access, 

A.L.A. Bull (2) 231-249, Discussion 253-254, P.L. (13) 241-243 
Stone (J.) Library buildings and their uses, A.L.A. Bull (2) 357-358, P.L. 

(13) 271-274 
Deas (C.) Sunderland Public Libraries: open access plans, L.W. (10) 

367-369, 416-417 
Open access versus indicator, L.W. (10) 101-103 
Cotgreave (A.) Open access versus indicator, L.W. (11) 196-200 
List of safeguarded open access Libraries (lending department), Lit Yr-Bk 

669 
List of non-safeguarded open access Libraries, Lit Yr-Bk 669 

1909 Glazier (T. W.) Indicators and open access, L.W. (11) 321-322 
Hawkes (A. J.) Reply to Mr. Glazier, L.W. (11) 404 

For particulars relating to Open Access Fittings, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
See also Section E 104 

Open Access in Reference Libraries, see E 82 ; Open Access in College 
and LTniversity Reference Libraries, see E 82-1 ; Open Access 
Library planning, see D 9 



LENDING DEPARTMENT RULES 237 

LENDING DEPARTMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS 
E107 LOAN PERIOD 

1877 Discussion on the number of volumes allowed and time allowed for 

reading-, L.J. (2) 280-281 
1892 Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Rept 942, L.J. (18) 231 
1894 Lending Library rules, Greenwood's Public Libraries 386-387 
1896 Hill (F. P.) Preparing a book for issue, L.J. (21) Conf No 51-56 

1901 Regulations and rules for borrowers, la Lib Q. (i) 64 
Haines (H. E.) Library regulations, L.J. (26) 880-881 

Hartley (M. E.) Time limit in the loan of books, L.W. (3) 206-207 
Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 210-217 
Time limit for book borrowing, L. W. (3) 332 
Cotgreave (A.) Extension of time for reading works of fiction from 7 to 

14 days, L.W. i^) 155-156 

1902 Loan system, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 47, 71 

1903 Gaillard (E. N.) Greater freedom in the use of books : hints on advertising 

books, and a criticism of existing regulations, L.J. (28) Conf No 
38-39. 156 

1904 Rules for lending, Delaware L.C. Hdbk g-io 

Suggested rules for a small Library, Delaivare L.C. Hdbk 55-56 

1905 Graves (F. B.) Printed forms for Libraries, P.L, (10) 218-220 

Smith (Miss) Rules and regulations governing borrowers should be 
flexible, P.L. (10) 546-548 

1906 Winser (B.) Delivery department, L.J. (31) Conf No 267 
Evans (A. G.) Putting out new books, P.L. (11) 499 

Powell (J.) Loaning more than one book at a time, Minn P. L.C. Notes 

(9) 25-27 
Cloud (J.) Renewals, transfers, and seven-day books, Minn P. L.C. Notes 

(9) 28-29 
Carglll (J. V.) Seven-day book : why not transfer it? Wis Lib Bull (2) 44-6 
Charge for borrowers' card Illegal, Lit Yr-Bk 554 

1907 Stephen (G. A.) Regulations affecting the loan of books in Libraries, 

L.^.i?. (9) 173-183 
Time notices in various languages, P.L. (12) 254-255 
Stearns (L. E.) Date of return of books. Wis Lib Bull (3) 65 

1908 Simplifying records. Wis Lib Bull (4) 41 

McCullough (M. R.) An author's opinion of the LIbrarv, Wis Lib Bull 

(4) 43-47 
Rules and practice governing the use and issue of books, I4p., U.S. 

Library of Congress 

1909 Granting use of Library to non-residents, L.A.R. (11) 415 

Richt (C.) Active Library membership : a suggestion, L.J. (34) 263-264 

Laws of book borrowing, P.L. (14) 22 

Simple forms for a loan system, Lib Occ (2) 5-8 

Rathbone (F. L.) Borrower and his book, N.Y.L. (i) 228-232 

Coolidge (O. P.) Records necessary for the small Library, P.L. (14) 10-13 

Library bye-laws and the L.G.B., L.A.R. (11) 41-42 
Rules and regulations for Public Libraries suggestedl by the Public 

Library Commission of Indiana, Lib Occ (2) 73 
See also E 11 1 

E 108 INTERLIBRARY LOANS 

1898 Putnam (H.) Inter-Library loans (Regulations), L.J. (23) 61 

Rowell (M.) Circular explaining method adopted at the Library of the 

University of California, L.J. (23) 104 
Regulations approved by the Board of Regents of University of California, 
P.L. (3) 87 
1909 Bishop (VV. W.) Inter-Library loans (Regulations), L.J. (34) 531-532 

See also Co-operation, E 49, and Interchange of Borrowers' Tickets, 
E116 

EI09 TRAVELLING LIBRARIES 

1904 Rules for Lending Travelling Libraries, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 69-71 

Rules for the circulation of Travelling Library books, Delaware L.C. 
Hdbk 73-74 



2i8 BIBLIOGRAPHY- W'LIBR^RV ECONOMY 



1905 BorroU'lTlg' 'ttgulatiohs fcir Trnv^-Ilinjj;^- Libfaries,' O/.'Vo. !>-»?/ (First page 
of oach number) ■ ., ' 

/:i<j|07.. N.evv York' Travelling Libraries — Rules and regulations, N.Y.L. (i) 20-21 

EllO AGE LIMITATION 

1877 Discussion on ag(> qualifications, L.J. (3) 272-274 

1892 Kroeger (A. 'B.) Age limit in Public Libraries, L.N. (U.S.) (3) 386-390 
Brett fW'^.H.) Regulations for readers, lI.S.'Rcpt 940, L./. (18) 20 

1900 Chennell (F.E.) Public Librarj' age" limit, L. II'. (2) 175-177 

Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 
(2) 214-217 

Ein REGISTRATION OF BORROWERS 

1876 Poole (W. F.) Organization and management of Libraries, L'.5. Rcpt 

498-502 
1S77 Wheatlev (B. R.) Sijecimens of forms and account books used in the 

circulation of books, ist hit Coiif 10)5-198 • 

1878 Dewey (M.) Charg-ing system- a combined pl.'tn, L.j. (3) 359-365 
.1879 -- Books and readers accounts, L.J. (4) 131 

Schwartz (j.) A " Combined " charging system, /„/. (4) 275-277 
1882 Linderfelt (K. A.) Charging system, L.J. (7) 178-182, Discussion 205-206 
1886.' Larned,(J. N.) Some new devices, L.J. (11) 294-296 
1887 ("arr (H. J.) Registration of book borrowers, L.J. {12) 340-344 
1890 Registration of borrowers — methods adopted in American Libraries, L.J. 

(15) 37-40, 74-77 
1892-3 Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Rcpt 939-943 

1894 MacAlister (J. Y. \V.) New ways of keeping down issue of fiction, L. 

(6) 236-237 
Bolton (C. K.) Bettering the circulation in small Libraries, L.J. (19) 161 

1895 Jones (G. M.) Cards for the two-book system, L.J..(2o) 168 

1896 Cotgreave (A.) Disadvantages of two-ticket system, L,. (8) 260-263 

1897 Miner (S. H.) The two-book system, P.L. (2) 173 

1898 Specimen of application form for borrowing privileges in use at New 

York State Library, N.Y.S.L. Rcpt (81) 60 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.5.)' 

(i) 384-406 
Registration of ' borrowers, L.W. (3) 74-75 

1901 Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries, L. (N.S.) (2) 210-217 

1902 Harris (VV. J.) Registration of borrowers, L. IF. (5) 75-76 

1903 Savage (E. A.) LInion register of borrowers, L.A.R. (5) 307-312 

1904 Registration of readers, Delaxvare L.C. Hdhk 51-52 

Savage (E. A.) New method of registration of borrowers, L. TF. (6) 45 

1905 Graves (F. B.) Printed forms for Libraries, P.L. (10) 218 

1906 Barnes (C. P.) Re-registration — a plan. Wis Lib Bull (2) 8-9, 17 
Re-registering borrowers, Nebraska Lib Bull No 2, 10 

1907 Stephen (G. A.) Regulations affecting the loan of books in Libraries, 

L.A.R. (9) 173-183 

1908 Lange (F. W. T.) Card system for regislraiion of borrowers, L.W. (10) 

^ 272-273 

Fudge (A. H.) Registration of borrowers, L. IF. (u) 118-120 
.Simple forms for the loan system, ill., Lib Occ No 12, 5-8 

1909 Charging for borrowers' tickets, L.A.R. (11) 42 

Richt (C.) Active Library ownership — a suggestion, L.J. (34) 263-264 
See also E 107 

Ellil BLANKS AND FORMS— GENERAL 

1878 Wheatley (B. R.) .Specimens of forms and account books used in the 

circulation of books, ist Int Cnuf 195-198 
'1898 .Specimen of application form for boi-rowing 'privileges, in use at New "S'ork 

State Library, N.Y.S.L. Rcpt (81) 60 
1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 384-^406 • 

1902 Blanks and forms, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 71-74 
1905 Graves (F. B.) Printed forms for Libraries, P.L. (10) 218-220 
1908 Simple forms for the loan system, ill.^ Lib Occ No liz., ^5-8 ■ 1 
For particulars relating to various Forms, apply to — 

. Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
LiRRARY Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, Lbntioh 



• • • fQ^Rp}^'ER^ ' RE^iIS;TliAT10N 239 

t: 111 2 BORROWERS' NUMERICAL REGISTER 

1X90 Registration of borrowers— New Voric Apprentices' Library, L.J. (15) 40 

Registration ot borrowers — Providence Library method, L.J. (15) .77 
i<Sq7 Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public libraries, Grccinvood's Yr-Bk 72-73 
u)oo Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

Registration of borrowers, L. It'. (3) 75 
rc)03 Savage (E. A.) L'nion register of borrowers, L. 11'. (5) 75-76, L.A.R. (5) 

307-312 
1904 Borrowers' registration book, Dclaivarc L.C. lldbk 30, 51 

Savage (E. A.) New nietiiod of registration of borrowers, /.. \V . (6) 45 
iqoS Lange (F. W. 'i' .) Card system for registration 'of borrowers, L. IF. (10) 

^72-273 
b'or particulars relatiiii^ to Borroivcrs' Index and Registration System, apply to 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Bpston, London, 
Rockwell-W'abasii Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 

E1113 BORROWERS' APPLICATION FORM 

1877 Wheatley (B. R.) Specimens of forms and account books used in the 

circulation of books, ist Int Conf 195-198 
18S8 Tyler (A, W.) Specimen of application slip, /../. (13) 320-321 
1890 Registration of borrowers — Methods adopted at New'ark (N.J.) Library, 

t.Jr{iS)39 
Registration of borrowers — Methods adopted at Cleveland Librarv, L.J. 

(15) 76 , ' ^ 

Registration of borrowers — Methods adopted at Grand Rapids, L.J. (15) 38 
1898 Specimen of application form for borrowing privileges, in use at New York 

State Library, N.Y.S.L. Rept (81) 60 
1900 Crunden (F. ^L) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 
(i) 380-389 
Registration of borrowers, L.W. (3) 74 
1902 Borrowers' application form, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Lldbk 74 

1904 Delaware State Library Commission Handbook 56 

1905 Graves (F. B.) Printed forms for Libraries, P.L. (10) 218 

1908 Lange (F. W. T.) Card system of registration of borrowers, L.IF. (10) 

272-273 
For particulars relating to B or r oilier s' Application Forms, apply to — 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

E 111=4 BORROWERS' CARD 

1890 Registration of borrowers — Brooklyn Y.M.C..'\. methods, L.J. (15) 74 
Registration of borrowers — Cleveland Librarv methods, L.J. (15) 76 

1894 Bolton (C. K.) Bettering the circulation in small Libraries, L.J. (19) 161 

1895 Jones (G. M.) Cards for the "Two book " system, L.J. (20) 168-172 
1897 Brown (J. D.) Formation of Public Libraries, Greenwood's Yr-Bk 73 
J900 Crunden (F. \\.) How^ things are done in one American Librarv, L. (N.S.) 

(I) 388-390 
jgo^ Borrowers' card, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 73 
1904 Borrowers' card, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 52-53 
1907 Cole (F. C.) Card charging and appliances, L. IF. (10) 27, 188-189 

Lange (F. W. T.) Card system for registration of Sorrowers, L.W. (10) 273 

1909 Charging for borrowers' tickets, L.A.R. (11) 42 

For particulars relating to Borroivers' Cards, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street^ E.C. 

E1I2 GUARANTORS 

1876 Poole (W. I*".) Organization and management of Public Libraries, U.S. 

7? t>/)L 498-499 

1877 Discussion on guarantors required in Public Libraries, L.J. (2) 280-281 
1890 Registration of borrowers— Methods adopted at Brooklvn Library, L.J.., 

(15) 37 ' 
Registration of borrowers — Methods adopted at Grand Ra,pids Librfiry, 

W. (15)39 - 



240 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Registration of borrowers — Methods adopted at Cleveland Library, L.J. 

(15) 76 

1891 Haines (H. E.) Library regulations, L.J. (26) 880-881 

1892 Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Kept 940, L.J. (18) 230 
1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 385-386 
Guarantors' liability for replacement of books questioned, L.A.R. (2) 608 
1902 Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 211-212 

Guarantors' pledge, Minn, la and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 74 
1905 Smith (Miss) Rules and regulations governing borrowers, P.L. (10) 547 
1907 Stephen (G. A.) Rules affecting the loan of books in Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 

Miller (Z. K.) Guarantors for County High School pupils, Wis Lib Bull 

(3) 65 

E113 STUDENTS' TICKETS 

1877 Discussion on the number of volumes allowed, L.J. (2) 280-281 
1892-3 Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Rept 942 

1894 MacAlister (J. Y. W.) New ways of keeping down the issue of fiction, 

L. (6) 236-237 
Bolton (C. K.) Bettering the circulation in small Libraries, L.J. (19) 161 

1895 Jones (G. M.) Cards for the " two book " system, L.J. (20) 168-172 

1896 Cotgreave (A.) Disadvantages of the two-ticket system, L. (8) 260-263 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice. Greenwood's 

Yr-Bk 87-88 
Miner (S. H.) Two-book system, P.L. (2) 173-175 

1898 Birge (E. A.) Effect of the two-book system on circulation, L.J. (23) 93-101 
VVillcox (E. S.) Two-book system again, P.L. (3) 44 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 398-399 

1901 Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 213 

1904 Bond (H.) Some features of recent Library practice in Great Britain, L.J. 

(29) Conf No 33 
Two-book systems, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 55 

1905 Elliott (G. H.) Methods of popularizing standard books other than novels, 

L.A.R. (7) 162 
Gaillard (E. W.) An experiment in School Library work, L.J. (30) 201-202 
Smith (B. S.) Methods of securing better reading, P.L. (10) 171-173 
— ■ Rules and regulations governing borrowers, P.L. (10) 547 

1906 Powell (J.) Loaning more than one book at a time, Minn P. L.C. Notes 

(9) 25-27 
Cloud (J.) Renewals, transfers, and seven-day books, Minn P. L.C. Notes 

(9) 28-29 

Cargill (J. V.) Seven-day book : why not transfer it? Wis Lib Bull (2) 

44-45 

1907 Stephen (G. A.) Regulations affecting the loan of books in Libraries, 

L.A.R. (9) 177-178 
Drake (J. M.) Students' privileges in a Public Library, P.L. (12) 221-223 

1908 Martin (E. S.) Supplementary tickets and facilities to students, L.W. 

(10) 313-314 

1909 Lange (F. W. T.) Extra facilities to students, L.W. (11) 482-483 

E114 BORROWERS' TICKETS— SPECIAL FACILITIES TO NONRESIDENTS 

1892-3 Little (G. T.) School and College Libraries, U.S. Rept 928 
Brett (W. H.) Regulations for readers, U.S. Rept 940 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 389 

1901 Balhnger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 212-213 

1906 Mendenhall (T. M.) Library and school co-operation. Lib Occ (1-4) 7 

1907 Stephen (G. A.) Regulations affecting the loan of books in Libraries, 

L.A.R. (9) 182-183 

1908 Sparke (A.) Extension of borrowing privileges to non-residents, L.W. (10) 

349-350 
Borrowing books across the ocean, P.L. (13) 170-171 

1909 Granting use of a Library to non-residents, L.A.R. (11) 415 



INTERCHANGE OF BORROWERS' TICKETS 241 



£115 PRIVILEGE ISSUES 

1891 Discretionary circulation, L.J. (16) 38, 69 

1892-3 James (H. P.) Libraries in relation to schools, U.S. Rept 694 
.1900 Foss (S. W.) Summer vacation cards, L.J. (25) 683-684 
1902 Special privilege ticket, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 10 

1905 Gaillard (E. VV.) Experiment in School Library work, L.J. (30) 202-204 
Vacation book privileges. Wis Lib Bull (i) 78-79 

Ellis (H.) Some things the Madison (Wisconsin) Library does, Wis Lib 
Bull (i) 45 

1906 Clarke (G. T.) Methods of school circulation of Library books, L.J. (31) 

155-157. 
Koch (T. W.) Student circulation in a University Library, L.J. (31) 758-61 
Edwards (G. O.) Circular to principals and teachers, l-Fis Lib Bull (2) lo-ii 
Book privileges for summer vacation, Wis Lib Bull (2) 65 

1907 Redgrave (J.) Public Library book extension service, L.A. (5) 290-292 

^ 
EII6 INTERCHANGE OF BORROWERS' TICKETS BETWEEN LIBRARIES 

IN ADJOINING AREAS 
1876 Green (S. S.) Inter-library loans, L.J. (i) 15-16 
1888 Dewey (M.) Inter-library loans, L.N. (U.S.) (3) 405-407 
1890 Ambrose (L.) Use of books in one Library by readers of another, L.J. 
(15) 68 

1892 Samuel (B.) Mutual book lending between Libraries, L.J. (17) 373-374 
1892-3 Green (S. S.) Adaption of Libraries to constituencies, U.S. Rept 701-702 

1893 Samuel (B.) and S. S. Green. Mutual book lending between Libraries, 

L.J. (18) 123 

1898 Green (S. S.) Inter-library loans in reference work, L.J. (23) 567-568 
Putnam (H.) Inter-library loans (Regulations), L.J. (23) 61 

1899 Richardson (E. C.) Co-operation in lending among College and Refe- 

rence Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf No 32-36, Discussion 156-7, P.L. (14) 275 

— Lending Library for Libraries, L.J. (24) 263 
Fairchild (S. C.) American notes, L. (N.S.) (i) 435-438 
Thornsby (F.) Unification of Public Libraries, L.W. (i) 263 
Danforth (G. F.) Co-operation in lending, P.L. (4) 275-276 

1901 Inkster (L.) and others. Interchangeable tickets, L. I^. (4) 3-5, 33-37. 63-65 

1904 Biagi (G.) Inter-library loans in Italy, L.J. (29) Conf No 58 
Anderson (A.) Inter-library loans in Sweden, L.J. (29) Conf No 83 

1905 Inkster (L.) Library grouping, L.A.R. (7) 562-564 

Inter-library loans at Forbes Library, Mass., L.J. (30) 171-172, P.L. (10) 

Universal Library : a plea for placing any book desired within the reach 
of any person wishing to make use of same, P.L. (10) 276-279 

Inter-Library loan form used by the Newark (N.J.) Library, P.L. (10) 523 

Report of Committee of Ohio Library Association on inter-relation of 
Libraries, P.L. (10) 533-534 

Inter-library loans. Wis Lib Bull (i) 30, Wash L.A. BtiU (i) No 3, 10 

1906 Inkster (L.) Library grouping, L.A.R. (8) 46-52 

McKillop (J.) On the present position of London Municipal Libraries, with 
suggestions for increasing their efficiency, L.A.R. (8) 624-633, Discus- 
sion 495-497 

Lane (W. C.) Inter-library loans of German Government extended to 
United States, L.J. (31) Conf No 222-223, P.L. (11) 518 

Taking down the bars — State-wide borrowing privileges, Neb Lib Bull 
No 2, 12-13 

Peterson (A. J.) Inter-library loans — an experiment. Wis Lib Bull (2) 94 

1907 Inter-library loan svstem at Library of Congress, Rept of Libn of Cong 

72-75 
Inter-change of borrowers' privileges, L.A.R. (9) 600-601 
Tolmer (F. L.) New York State Library in its relations to the Libraries of 

the State, N.Y.L. (i) 68-70 
Miller (Z. K.) Plan for Inter-library loans. Wis Lib Bull (3) 65 

1908 Baker (E. A.) Co-operation, L.A.R. (10) 1-4 

— Conference on the inter-change system, L.A.R. (10) 212-215 

— Inter-change of borrowing facilities, L.A.R. (10) 484 
Borrowing books across the ocean, P.L. (13) 170-171 

Baker (E. A.) Some recent developments of Library co-operation, L.A.R. 
(10) 660-677, Discussion 593-596 



242 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Lane (W. C). Central Bureau of information , and lo^an j collection . for 

Colle^re Libraries, L.J. (33) 429-433. 506 
Kick (R.) Inter-librar\- loans in Germany, L.J. (j,}) 506 
Eichler (F.) Inter-library loans in Austria, L.J. {t,i,) 506-507 
[909 Inkster (L.) Co-operative schemes for Libraries in London area, L.A.R. 

(11) 9-12, Discussion 31-36 
Baker (E. A.) Co-operative schemes for Libraries in London area, L.A.R. 

(11) 12-16, Discussion 31-36 
Report on Inter-library loans — Ohio Library Association, L.J. (34) 489 
Bishop (W. W.) Inter-library loans, L.J. (34) 527-532 
See also E 49 Library Co-operation 

£117 OVERDUES 

1890 Registration of borrowers — Methods adopted in American Libraries, L.J. 

(15) 75 

1899 Savag-e (E. A.) Overdue books, L.W. (2) 154-155 

■1902, • Specimen card for overdue books in use at New York State Library^ 
■' ■ ' "N.Y.S.L. Rept(Ss) 22 ' . ', . , . 

Overdues, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 10 
1904 Overdue, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 75-76 
1,90,6 Fines for overdue books, Wis Lib Bull (2) 27-28 
i^oy Cole (F. C.) Card charging and appliances, /„ 11'. (10) 193 
1908 Simple forms for the loan system, ill. Lib Occ (2) 5-8 

EI18 FINES AND PENALTIES 

1877 Wheatley (B. R.) Hints on Librarv management, L.J. (2) 210-216 

1878 Dewey (M.) On fines, L.J. {3) 359-365- 37o-37i 

1879 Mann (P. B.) Library fines, L./. (4) 441-442 

■i0g Stetson (W. K.) Delinquent bprrowers, L.J. (14) 403-404 
iSgv Symposium on the collection and registration of fines in American 
Libraries, ]^.J. (16) 103-105, 137, 170-173. 333-334 

Berry (S. H.) How to prevent fines, L.J. (16) 207 
1892 Robertson (A. W.) Note on fines for the damage of books, L. (4) 115-116 
1892-3 Crunden (F. M.) Executive department, U.S. Rept 802-803 
1894 Kephart (H.) Combined receipt and cash register, L.J. (19) 86-87 

Income derived from fines, Greenwood's Public Libraries 365 
1898 Browne (N. E.) Library fines, L.J. (23) 185-188 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

1902 Bostwick (A. E.) Pains and penalties in Library wori<, L.J. (27) Conf 
it, -No 29-34 

Fines, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 10 
1904 h'ines, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 52 

IQ06 Powell (J.) Loaning more than one book at a time, Minn F.L.C. Notes 
No 9, 25-27 

("loud (J.) Renewals, transfers and seven-day books, Mimi P. L.C. Notes 
No 9, 28-29 

Sterner (M.)' Everyday problems, Minn P. L.C. Notes No 9, 29-30 

Fines for overdue books. Wis Lib Bull (i) zy-zS 

What penalties should be imposed for overdue books, Wis Lib Bull (i) 47 

1907 \'ale (G. F.) On the track of the defaulter, L.. 4. (5) 251-252 

Should unpaid fines serve as a permanent disbarment from Library 
■ privileges, N.Y.L. (i) 82-S8 

Stephen (G. A.) Rules affecting the loan of books in Libraries, L.A.R. 
■• (9) 180-T81 ' • . 

1908 Post card fine notices, A.L.A. Bull (2) 19-20 
Simple forms for the loan system, ill, Lib Occ (2) 5-S 
Lange (F. W. T.)' Fines' and a fine chart, L.W. (ii) 31-32 

. iiyiaxinunn book fines. Wis Lib Bull (3) 34 

1909 Enforcing payment of fines, L.A.R. (11) 255 

For Cash' Receipt forms see Library Accounts, E 87 

E118 1 PENALTIES FOR LOST AND DAMAGED BOOKS 

1892 Robertson (A. W.) Note on fines for the damage of books, L. (4) 1,15-116 
1907 Stephen ((i. A.) Rules affecting the loan of books, in '.Liferarves, L.A.R. 
■"• ■ (9)i8o-i8i '• '^"-•'^: •; - '-■;.- (—'<''•'- 



• ■■ ■ INFECTION. DISINFECTION ■ ■ • 243 

E 119 RENEWALS '^ . 

1896 Hill (F. P.) Propai-ing- a book lor issue, /../. (j 1 ) Cdnf No 54' 
i8q8 Renewal slips, /,./. (2;^) 240 

■ Ret,'-ulations in force at 'New York State Libinry, N.V.S.I.. Rcpl (Si) 61 
Hj(K) I'runden (F. M.) llow thinj^s are done in one Aiiirriran Library, L. (N.S.) 
(i) 404-465 
Un - ^1 '^'l^'Plio^c- boolv renewals, P.L. (5) 255, 42() 
' ;;i9o'4'. Renewals, Delaware L.C. Ildbk 75 
'1906 Cloud (J.) Renewals, transfers and seven-day i)ooks, Mum P. L.C. Notes 
No. 9, 28-29 
Car^ill (J- A'-) Seven-day book: why not transfer it? Wis Lib Bull (2) 

. 44-45 

Stearns (L. E.) Disputed dates of renewal. Wis Lib Bull (]) 64 

E 120 RESERVED BOOKS 

1876 Dewev (M.) C"atalot;ues and eataloij;-uins, U.S. Rept (132 

1877 W'heatlcy (B. R.) Hints on Library- management, L.J. (i) 21.0-216 
Matthews (J.) Means of obtainin.g- books required in a Lending- Library, 

ist Ini Coiif 136-137, L.J. (2) 2;8-2i9, Discussion 279-280 , 

1878 Dewey (M.) Charging system : a new combined plan and various details, 

^■J- (3) 359-3^5 

1889 How we reserve books: methods adopted in American Libraries, L.J. (14) 

J •' 401-403 . , ., . 

1890 Registration of borrowers : methods adopted in American Libraries, /,./. 

(15) 7S ■ . • 

1896 Hill (F. P.) Preparing a book for issue, L./. (21) Conf No 154-155 
1898 Borrowers' complaint slip, L.J. (23) 671 

1902 Reserves, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk lo. , 

1903 . Lamb (S.) Method of registering " Bespoken books," L.A. (4) 3-4 

1904 Reserves, Deknvarc L.C. Hdbk 75 

1906 Reserving books bv telephone, Wis Lib Bull {2) 52 

1907 Stephen (G. A.) Regulations affecting the loan of books in Libraries, 

L.A.K. (9) 180 
Bacon (C.) Reserving books, N.Y.L. (i) 53-54. 

1908 Simple forms for the loan system. Lib Occ (2) 5-8 
Stevenson (W. E.) Reserved books, L.W . (10) 276-27S ■ 

1904 Rathbone (F. L.) Borrower and his book, N.Y.L..{\) 228-232 

For particulars relating to Reserved Book- Signals, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Rockwell-Wabash Co., Ltd., 69, Milton Street, E.C. 
RONEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

'E121 INFECTION— contagious DISEASES— DISINFECTION- 
STERILIZATION— TUBERCULOSIS 

1877 Brief discussion at New Y'ork Conference, L.J. (2) 23-24 

1879 Poole (VV. F.) Spread of contagious disease by circulating Libraries, /../. 

(4) 258-262, 292 

1882 Extract from the Chicago Librarv report — No case of transmission during 

recent scourge, L.J. (7) 234 

1883 Cutter (C. A.) Libraries and disease, L.J. (8) 336-337 

1886 Report of Iowa State Board of Health on risk of contagion, L.J. (11) 

. . ' ■.^?3-;.24 

Libraries and contagious disease, L.J. (il) 166-167 

1888 Wood (B.) Infectious disease and circulating Libraries, L.C. (4) 24 
Description of oven and process of disinfection bv me.arfs of carbolic acid 

used at Sheffield, /../. (13) 105-106 

1889 Infection in Libraries, L. (i) 171 

1891 Infection and Free Libraries, L. (2) 164, 272, 442-443 
Medical opinions on risk of contagion, L.J. (16) 80 

Jones (G. M.) Contag-ious disease and Public Libraries, L.J. (16) Conf 
No 35-38^ 

1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 370-372 

1895 Infectious disease and infectious books, from Science Sittings , L. (7) 221, 

290, 330, 377 
Risk of contagion, L.J. (20) 338 

1896 Books as carriers of disease, L.J. (21) 150 



244 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1897 Infectious disease and infected books, L. (9) 34 
Disinfection of books by vapour of formalin, L.J. (22) 388 

1898 Infectious disease and Library books, L.A.R. (i) 388, 625 

1899 Western Massachusetts Library Club — Discussion on contagion through 

books, L.J. (23) 684-685 
Willcock (W. J.) Notification of infectious disease and the Public Library, 
L.W. (2) 89-91 

1900 MacAlister (J. Y. W.) and W. G. Savage, Investigation into the risk 

of contracting infectious diseases by the use of Public Library books, 

L.A.R. (2) 550-551 
Public Libraries and disinfection, Medicinische Woche method described, 

L.A.R. (2) 249 
Carr (II. J.) Disinfection by formalin at Scranton Public Library, L.J. 

(25) 71-72 
Aldred (T.) Law for the prevention of spreading disease, L.W. (2) 198 
Jast (L. S.) " Infected " books, L.W. (3) 146 

1901 Sterilising books, L.A.R. (3) 318 

Sterilising books at Chicago Public Library, L.J. (26) 158, 227 
• Johnston (T.) Replacement of " infected " books, L.W. (4) 6-g 
Public Libraries and disease, L. W. (4) 45 
Perry (C. R.) Books and contagion, P.L. (6) 273-274 

1902 Books and infection, L.A.R. (4) 56-57 

Currier (W. H.) Disinfection of books and papers, L.A.R. (4) 316 
Currier (A. F.) Sterilization of books by vapour of formalin, L.J. (27) 

881-883, 964 
Disinfection of books, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 52-53 

1903 Richards (E. H.) Sanitary construction and care of Library buildings, 

L.J. (28) 787-788, P.L. (8) 427-428 
Thorne (E. G.) Infection through books, P.L. (8) 55 

1904 Legality of charging for books taken to infected houses, L.A.R. (6) 465 
Rivers (J.) Do public Library books spread disease, L.W, (5) 143-144 

1905 Contagion from Library books, P.L. (lo) 96 

1906 Marvin (C.) Public Libraries and Tuberculosis, P.L. (11) 433-434 

1907 Disinfection of books, L.A.R. (9) 92 

Contagion through books — French suggestion, L.J. (32) 442 
Germs in borrowed books, L.W. (10) 57 

1908 Peters (O. M.) Fumigating books, Lib Occ No 11, 8 
Contagious disease and the Public Library, N.Y.L. (i) 144-145 

1909 Infectious diseases, L.A.R. (11) 38 

Reports from New Zealand on book disinfection, L.J. (34) 260-263 
Disinfection of books, L.J. (34) 487 

E122 JUVENILE DEPARTMENT— RULES AND REGULATIONS 

1901 Ballinger (J.) Admission to Public Libraries in Great Britain, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 214-217 
Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 20 
Stearns (L. E.) Question of discipline, L.J. (26) 735-737 

1907 Non-resident children and the Library, N.Y.L. (t) 53 

1908 Moore (A. C.) Library membership as a civic force, L.J. (33) 273-274 
Hazeltine (M. E.) and H. P. Sawyer. Problem of discipline. Wis Lib 

Bull (4) 65-80, 107-108 

E 123 CHILDREN'S LIBRARIES AND SPECIAL WORK WITH CHILDREN 

1876 Fletcher (W. I.) Public Libraries and the young, L'.5. Repi 412-418 
1879 Foster (W. E.) How to use the Public Library, L.J. (4) 447 
1881 Fiction at the Boston Public Library, L.J. (6) 204 

1885 Arnold (E. C.) Suppression of boys, L.J. (10) 107 

1886 Briscoe (J. P.) Libraries for the young, L.C. (3) 45-48 

1887 Discussion by the New York Library Club, L.J. (12) 164-166 
Hanaway (E. S.) Children's Libraries in New York, L.J. (12) 183-185 

1892 Hewins (C. M.) Reading for the young, U.S. Rept 944-949 

1895 Sargent (A. L.) Reference work among school children, L.J. (20) 121-122 
Bolton (C. K.) Library examinations in schools, L.J. (20) 122-123 

1896 Children and the Library in Boston, L.J. (21) 368 
Dousman (M. E.) Children's departments, L.J. (21) 406 
Hazeltine (M. E.) Magazine day — an experiment, P.L. (i) 51 



CHILDREN'S LIBRARIES 245 

Clark (G. T.) Child in the Public Library, P.L. (i) 310-311, 312 
Fletcher (W. I.) Public Libraries and the young, P.L. (i) 412 

1897 Dana (J. C.) Our youngest readers, 2nd Itit Conf 118-119 

Fairchild (E. M.) Methods of children's Library work as determined by 

the needs of the children, L.J. (22) Conf No 19-27, Discussion 156-158 
Adams (E. L.) Methods of children's Library work as determined by the 

needs of the children, L.J. (22) Conf No 28-31 
Plummer (M. W.) Work for children in Public Libraries, L.J. (22) 679-86 
Eastman (L. H.) Methods of work for children — Cleveland Library 

League, L.J. (22) 686-688, P.L. (2) 268 
Moore (A. C.) Children's room, P.L. (2) 125 
A.L.A. Children's Library methods as determined by the needs of the 

children, P.L. (2) 395 

1898 Eastman (E. A.) Library and the children : an account of the Children's 

work of the Cleveland Library, L.J. (23) 142-144 
Cutter (C. A.) Supervision of Children's Library use, L.J. (23) 149-150 
Brett (W. H.) Library in vacation days, L.J. (23) 279 
Work with children — Report of Pratt Institute Children's Department, 

-L./. (23) 579. P-J-- (3) 214 
Children's room of Milwaukee Library, L.J. (23) 664 
Pratt (J. A.) Library and the children, P.L. (3) 77 
Warren (L) Introduction in the use of books in a normal school, P.L. 

(3) 151 
Eastman (Miss) Children's room and the Children's Librarian, P.L. (3) 

417-424 
Moore (A. C.) Special training for Children's Librarians, L.J. (23) Conf 

No 80-82, Discussion 134 
Crunden (F. M.) Special training for Children's Librarians, L.J. (23) 

Conf No 82 

1899 Ballinger (J.) School children in Public Libraries, L.A.R. (i) 64-72 
Lyman (E.) Children's room at Scoville Institute Library, P.L. (4) 9-10 
Hammond (Miss) The Library League, P.L. (4) 32-34 

Moore (A. C.) Special training for Children's Librarians, P.L. (4) 99-102 
Ashurst (J.) Children's room in Free Libraries, P.L. (4) 168-170 

1900 Moon (Z.) School children and Public Libraries, L.A. (2) 83-86 

Olcott (F. J.) Work with children at Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, L.J. 
(25) 166-168 
^ Furnishing of Children's Libraries, L.J. (25) 168-169 

Moore (H.) City children and the Library, L.J. (25) 170 

Biscoe (E. D.) Ideals in children's work, L.J. (25) 171 

Ford (W. C.) Public Library and the State, L.J. (25) 275-279 

Elrod (J.) How to interest children in good literature, P.L. (5) 56-57 

Lowe (M.) Children's work in a small Library, P.L. (5) 382-384 

Battis (M. M.) Children and the Public Library, P.L. (5) 451-453 

1901 Axon (W. E. A.) Juvenile Library, L. (N.S.) (2) 67-81 

Wellman (H. C.) Reference work with children, L.A.R. (3) 400-407 
Hall (N. M.) A child's thoughts about books and Libraries, L.J. (26) 731-5 
Wallace (C. E.) Bulletin work for children, L.J. (26) Conf No 72-74 
Hunt (C. W.) Opening a Children's room, L.J. (26) Conf No 83-86 
A.L.A. Section for Children's Librarians, L.J. (26) Conf No 163-170 
Green (E.) Notes on Juvenile Libraries, L.W. (3) 129-130 
Williams (M. F.) and B. M. Brown. Reading lists for Children's 

Librarian, 1899-1900, Bibliography No 27, N.Y.S.L. Rept (84) 
Furnishing of Children's Libraries, la Lib Q. (i) 21 
Battis (M. M.) Children and the Public Library, la Lib Q. (i) 10 

1902 Sully (J.) Child study and education, L.J. (27) 195-196 

Foster (W. E.) Week's work in the children's department of Providence 

Library, L.J. (27) 1014-1015 
Hanner (B. S.) Reference work with children, P.L. (7) 149-151 
Wood (B.) Juvenile Libraries, L. (4) 11 1 

1903 Cholmeley (R. F.) Boys' Libraries, L. (N.S.) (4) 11-21 

Fairchild (Mrs. S. C.) What American Libraries are doing for children 

and young people, L.A.R. (5) 541-551, Discussion 486-488 
Fairchild (E. M.) Lantern slides for lectures in Library work for children, 

L.J. (28) 156 
Moore (A. C.) Work of the Children's Librarian, L.J. (28) 160-164 
Hunt (C. W.) Maintaining order in the children's room, L.J. (28) 164-167 
— Work with children in a small Library, L.J. (28) Conf No 53-56 



246 BIBLIOGRAniV OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Miller (VV. M.)' Hvork wkh', children at Madison. N.Y.f Library, L.J. (28) 

Conf 'N6'i69-i;7o 
Sparke (A.) Burj- Juvenile l-ibrary, /,. 11'. (5) 231-233 
Pospishil (L.) Personal element in Library work with children, 7a Lib 

(?: (3) 33-36, Discussion 3(1-37 ' _ 

ic)()4 Ballini^(T (J.) Library work wilh children in Circ-it Britain, /../. (21)) 

Conf No 46-49 
Jackson (H.) Children in the Public Library, i'.L. (g) 22S-229 
Moore (A. C.) What the Public Libraries are doinf4' for children, Lt Lib 

Q. (4) 17-23 

1905 \'ale (G. P.) Juvenile Libraries, L.A. (4) 262-265 

Savers (\V. C. B.) Things we may' expect,' /...I. (4) 317-319 
(."outts.(H. T.) Work amongst children in the Library, L.A. (5) 34-38, 

Discussion 3H-40 
Ellis (H-) Some things the Madison Pul^lic Library does. Wis Lib Bull 

(0 45-46 

IJLc;'Ains (C. M.) Children's room at Hartford Public Librarv L.J. {^u) 
■ 82-83 
Greene (C^ S.) School and the Library — Wild flower day at Oakland, Cal., 

Public Library, _L./. (30)344-345' 
Connecticut Meeting on Library work with children, L.J. (30) 798-799 
Olcott (F. J.) Rational Library work with children and the preparation 

for it, L.J. (30) Conf No 71-75 
Marvin (C.)' Care of books. Wis Lib Bull (i) 35-37 
Hevvins (C. M.) Work with children, . P. L. (10) 105, 475-476 
Work of the Public Library for children, P.L. (10) 412-414 
White (P.) Child in the Library, An Leah (1) 100-108 

1906 Bailey (Sir W. H.) Libraries for children, L.A.R. (8) 475.-476 
(Children's room of the Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, L.J. (31) 170 
Jacksoq (A, H.) Report on Library work with children, L.J. (31) Conf 

No 89-97, Discussion 244-247 
Hunt (C. W.) Children's Library a moral force, L.J. (31) Conf No 97-103 
Stearns (L. E.) Problem of the girl, L.J. (31) Conf No 200-203 

R^ (J. B.) The Juvenile Library, L.W. (9) 193-197 

Children's Libraries of California, Cal Neivs Notes (l) 207-227 

-Work with children. Lib Occ No 5, g 

Laurence (J.) How shall children be led to love good books, P.L. (11) 

179-183 
Van (L.) What children read, P.L. (11) 183-185 
Work with children: symposium, P.L. (11) 193-202 
Morton (F.) What the Librarian of a small Library can do for children. 

Neb Lib Bull No i, 3-7 
Morrisey (K. L.) Essentials of a good book for children, P.L. (11) 548-49 
'Children's books and rooms in California, Cal News Notes (i) 227-266 
Gymer (R. C.) Personal work with children, P.L. (11) 191-193 
Suggestions for work with children, Vt L.C. Bull (2) No 2, 7-8 
Stay at home travel trips, Wis Lib Bull (2) 60 

1907 Willcock (W. J.) Are children's reading rooms necessary? L.A.R. (9) 184-5 
O'Brien (N.) Our juvenile readers, LiA.R. (9) 506-509 

(jilbort (M.) Children's departments in Municipal Libraries, L. 11'. (9) 

289-292 
Farrow- (P. F„,) Children's rooms, L.W. (10) 103-106 
American Children's Libraries, L.W. (10) 21 1-2 13 
Ranc'k (.S. H.) Right start, or don't be a quitter: leaflet issued by the 

Grand Rapids Library, P.L. (12) 65-66 
^ _ , Smith (F. E.) Library work for children, P.L. (12) 79-83 
i^oy A.L.A. Library work with children, A. L.A. Bull (i) No 5, 20^21, (2) 01 

Hughes (S. C.) Feature work in Terre Haute (Ind.) Library, Lib Occ 

No 8, 3 
Dodd (H. P.) Care of books in a children's room, P.L. (12) 83-i86 
Hewins. (C. M.)'Some things done in Hartford (Conn.) Public Librarv, 

P.L. (12) 86-89 
Blanchard (G.) Child and the Public Library, P.L. (12) 91 . . 
Conovcr(M.) W'ork with children, P.L. (12) 92-93 
Children's room in the Chicago Public IJbrary, P.L. (12) 192 
Hardman (E.) Helping children know Library tools,. P:Lj (12) 299-301 
Sikes (L. M.) Advertising the children's room, :/;b Ore No 10, '1-2 
Iowa Commission's interest in children's reading, la Lib O. (5) 187 



CHILDREN'S READING ROOMS 2^7 



1908 



Rvan (E. V.) (iames at the Library, .Wis Lib Bull (3) 32-33 

Ballinj^^er (J.) Municipal Library and its public— Children, L. {N.S.) (9) 

173-185 
Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Beli,'^ium on work of British Municipal Libraries, 

/.. (N.S.) (9) 222 
Brit,ry^s (L) Concerning- the Juvenile Library, L.A. (6) 172-179.. 
Stewart (J. D.) Cult of the ciiild and common sense, L.A.R. (10) 281-288, 

Discussion 310-312 
Matthews (C.) Growini^ tendency to over emphasize the children's side, 

l^-J- (33) 135-13^ 
I'retlow (M. D.) Opening- day — and after, in a Children's Library, L.J. 

(33) 177-179 
Moore (A. C.) Library membership as a civic force, A. L.A. Bull ^(2) 372- 

380, L.J. (33) 269-274, P.L. (13) 264-266, Minn P.L.C. Notes 127-129 
Round Table Meeting on phases of work for children, P.L: (13) 21-22 
Relation of Library Commissions to children's work, P.L. (13) 51-52 
Building- progress in St. Louis, P.L. (13) 98-99 
Lyman'(E.) Principle of work with children, P.L. (13) 125-126 
Taylor (G.) Civic value of Library work with children, \4.L.^; Bull (2) 

372-382, P.L. (13) 247-248, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) 129 
Discussion on children's room by Illinois Library Association, P.L. (13) 

378-380 
Colerick(M. M.) Fort Wayne (Ind.) children's department, Lib Occ No 

12, 3-4 
Reading- list on Library work with children, selected from the A. L.A. 
■ Papers and Proceedings, Lib Occ No 12, 6-S 
Straus (E.) Reference work with children, Ohio Bull (4) No 4 1-3, No 5 

1-5 
Stone (J.) Library buildings and their uses, A. L.A. Bull (2) 358 
Children's Librarians' section of A. L.A. Co'nference, A. L.A. Bull (2) 372-82 
Scott (C. E.) Library work with children : reading- selected from A. L.A. 

Pa|:iers, Lib Occ No 12, 6-8 
Laurence (L) Service of folk-lore in education, A. L.A. Bull (2) 381-382 
1909 Dallimore (F.) Object lessons to school children in the use of Libraries, 

L.A.R. (11) 49-68 
Briscoe (W. A.) Recent development in Library work amongst the young, 

L.A.R. (11) 264-267 
American tomfoolery, L.W. (11) 301-303, L.J. (34) 107-108 
Cleveland Public Library's children's work, L.J. (34) 31, 165-166 
Hubert (C. W.) Establishing relations between the children's Library and 

other civic agencies, L.J. (34) 195-196 
Library work with children's section, L.J. (34) 367-368 
Parsons (J.) First children's room, L.J. (34) 55." 
Special aid for children, P.L. (14) 67 
Price (H. N.) Possibilities for work with children in small Libraries, 

P.L. (14) 121-123 
Work with children — Inter-State Library Conference, P.L, (14) 398-401 
Dean (M.) Games for use in Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (5) 15-16 
Are Juvenile Libraries desirable? L.W. (11) 477-479 
Moses (M. J.) Experimental tr-mptation, L.J. (34) 247-253 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Librarian as a lecturer to children, L.W. (12) 23-27 
Helps in Library work with children, Co)i)i Pub Lib Doc (3) 3-6 

E 124 CHILDREN'S READING ROOMS 

■i897 Reading rooms for children : replies to circular letter to American 
Librarians, P.L. (2) 125-131 
Children's reading: room at Buffalo, P.L. (2) 126 
1903 Balling-er (J.) Children's reading- hallsi L.'A.R: (5) 552-558, Discussion 
488-489 • ■ : ,,- 

1907 Children's reading- rooms. Lit Yr-Bk (1908) 591-592 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British Municipal Libraries, 

L. (N.S.) (9) 222 

1909 H. (C. W.) Children's room — evening; hours, A''.!'. L. (i) 186 
Jones (K. E.) Children's halls, L.A. (6) 334-335 

For particulars relating to Furniture for Children's Reading Rooms, apply to — 
Adjust.m'.le Siiklvino Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, ' 164, High 
Holborn, W.C. . . '■ ' 



248 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E 125 CHILDREN'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS 

1886 Children's Library Associations, L.N. (U.S.) (i) 261-66 

1887 Constitution, etc., of the Children's Library Association, L.J. (12) 183, 

224-225 
1889 Children's Library Associations, L.J. (14) 90-1 
Libraries with Library Leag'ues, L.J. (23) 144 
1902 Library Clubs, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 56-57 

1907 Duren (F.) Library Boys' Club : an experiment, la Lib Q. (5) 129-13 1 

1908 Clark (G. M.) Children's Literary Club of Muncie (Ind.), Lib Occ No 8, 

4-5 

1909 Robinson (J. A.) A Library Boys' Club, Wis Lib Bull (5) 5 

E 126 PICTURE WORK— BULLETIN BOARDS, etc. 

1892-3 Carr (H. J.) Fixtures, furniture, and fittings, U.S. Rept 742 
1898 Green (S. S.) Use of pictures in Libraries, U.S. Rept 1725-1731 

1900 Hunt (C. W.) Picture work in children's Libraries, L.J. (25) Conf No 66-67 
Moore (E. L.) Picture work in children's Libraries, L.J. (25) Conf No 67-68 
Moore (A. C.) Place of pictures in Library work with children, L.J. (25) 

159-162, P.L. (5) 281-282 

1901 Gaillard (E. W.) Outcome of the picture bulletin, L.J. (26) 192-193 
Wallace (C. E.) Bulletin work for children, L.J. (26) Conf No 72-74 
Wood (H. A.) Use and value of pictures in the Library, la Lib C.Q. (i) 

49-52 

1902 Root (M. E.) and A. B. Maltby. Picture bulletins in the children's Library, 

L.J. (27) Conf No 191-194 
Bulletin boards, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 23-24 
Picture bulletins, Minn, la and Wisconsin L.C. Hdbk 58-59 
Garland (C. H.) Mounted pictures for circulation, Minn, la and Wis L.C. 

Hdbk 59-61 
Materials used for mounting pictures, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 61 

1903 Clark (N. A.) Bulletin boards from the decorative point of view, P.L. (8) 

3.13 

1905 Smith (B. S.) Methods of securing better reading, P.L. (10) 171-173 
Bowerman (G. F.) Library advertising, P.L. (10) 335-339 

How to make a picture bulletin, la Lib C.Q. (5) 52-53 

1906 Trash (L. M. D.) Bulletins for children, L.J. (31) 708-709, Vt L.C. Bull 

(2) No 3, 6-7 
Moore (A. C.) Making picture bulletins. Wis Lib Bull (2) 11 
Questions for children to answer, Wis Lib Bull (2) 60 
Suggestions for anniversaries and holiday bulletins. Wis Lib Bull (2) 85-90 
Thanksgiving picture bulletins, ill, Cal News Notes (i) 347-355 
Travelling pictures, la Lib Q. (5) 112 

1907 Rathbone (F. L.) Picture bulletins practically applied — New York State 

Library scheme, L.J. (32) 434 
Sikes (L. M.) Advertising the children's room. Lib Occ No 10, 1-2 
Harron (J. S.) Library and the holiday, N.Y.L. (i) 40-41 
Chesney (L. D.) Picture collections, Vt L.C. Bull (3) No 2, 3-4 
Deffenburgh (E.) Spokane picture bulletin. Wash L.A. Bull (3) No i, 8 
Suggestions for anniversaries and holiday bulletins. Wis Lib Bull (3) 3-8, 

22-25, 60-61, 76-79 
How to make a bulletin board. Wis Lib Bull (3) 34-35 
Dublin (M.) Picture bulletins. Wis Lib Bull (3) 57-59 

1908 Word against picture bulletins, L.J. (33) 183 

Weitenkampf (F.) Note on the artistic side of picture bulletins, L.J. (33) 
183 

Henley (D.) Picture bulletin at Wabash (Ind.) Library, Lib Occ No 11, 5-6 

Dana (J. C.) Picture bulletins from another point of view, Wis Lib Bull 
(3)75 

Smith (E. M.) Picture bulletins — a reply to Mr. Dana's article in " Wis- 
consin Library Bulletin " for September-October, 1907, A. L.A. Bull (2) 
8, Wis Lib Bull (4) 16-17 

Collmann (S. M.) Pictures in the children's room, Ohio Bull (3) No 11, 1-3 



STORY TELLING AND ANNIVERSARIES 249 

Harvvood (E.) An efYective bulletin, Wis Lib Bull (4) 41 
Forbes (M. A.) Bulletin boards in the children's room, Wis Lib Bull (4) 58 
Brown (C. E.) Screen bulletins in the State Historical Society's Museum, 
Wis Lib Bull (4) 89-90 
1909 Making picture bulletins for use in Libraries and schools, P.L. (14) 237-238 
Dana (J. C.) Notes on pictures for school rooms and the Bibliotheca 
Paedogogica, L.J. (34) 15-16 

E 127 TRAVELLING COLLECTIONS OF PICTURES 

1905 Travelling collections of pictures. Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 3, 13-16 

1906 Travelling pictures, Iowa Lib Q. (5) 112 
Travelling pictures, Minn P.L.C. Notes (8) 5 

Palmer (M.) Picture exchange for small Libraries, Neb Lib Bull No 3, 1-3 

1907 Rathbone (F. L.) Picture bulletins practically applied — New York State 

Library scheme, L.J. (32) 434 

E 128 STORY TELLING— STORY HOUR 

1900 Olcott (F. J.) Story telling, etc., L.J. (25) Conf No 69-70 

1902 Clarke (E. P.) Story telling, reading aloud, and other special features of 

work with children, L.J. (27) 189-igo 

1903 Bryant (S. C.) Story telling. P.L. (8) 167 

1904 King (E.) Story hour on occupations, P.L. (9) 75-77 

1905 Moore (A. C.) Story hour at Pratt Institute Library, L.J. (30) 204-211 
Hassler (H. E.) Work with children and schools in the Portland, Oregon 

Public Library, L.J. (30) 214-215 
— Common sense and the story hour, L.J. (30) Conf No 76-78 
Suggestions for five minute stories, la Lib Q. (5) 72-73, 88-go 
Palmer (M.) In the neighbourhood of the story hour, Minn P.L.C. Notes 

No 5, 12-14 
Quigley (M. G.) Telling stories to children, P.L. (10) 351-353 
Lyman (E.) Story hour, Wis Lib Bull (1) 4-6 

1906 Work with children: symposium, P.L. (11) 193-202 
Story hour. Neb Lib Bull No 2, 10-11 

Children's story hour at Green Bay, Wis., Library, Wis Lib Bull (2) 19-20 

1907 Thwaites (R. G.) Local history in the Library story hour, L.J. (32) 158- 

159, Wis Lib Bull (3) 43-44 
Hitchler (T.) Telling stories to children, P.L. (12) 89-gi 
Price (H. W.) Story hour in Libraries, P.L. (12) 347-349 
Books for the story hour — stories and ballads of Robin Hood, Lib Occ 

No 10, 11-13 
Hazeltine (M. E.) Programme for an afternoon with .Scott and Burns, 

Wis Lib Bull (3) 98 
Story hour an outside help, Wis Lib Bull (3) 98-99 

1908 Story hour for children, Wis Lib Bull (4) 41 

Price (H. L.) .Stories to read to children. Wis Lib Bull (4) 59 

Dana (J. C.) Story telling in Libraries, P.L. (13) 349-351 

Moore (A. C.) Story telling in Libraries, L.J. (33) 401-402 

Books for the story hour— King Arthur and the Knights of the Round 

Table, Lib Occ No 11, 6-7 
Story hour, Nebraska Lib Bull No 7, 3, Ohio Bull (4) No 1, 1-2 
Discussion on the story hour by Indiana Library Association, P.L. (13) 411 

1909 Sayers (W. C. B.) American Libraries, L.A. (7) 51-54 
Clark (A. W.) The story hour, L.J. (34) 164-165 

-Austin (I.) What the school needs from the Library, L.J. (34) 395-398 

Wilson (E. B.) Books of travel (travel hour), la Lib Bull (6) 59-60 

Story hour, N.Y.L. (i) 217 

Foucher (L. C.) Kinds of stories, P.L. (14) 124-125 

Advantages of story telling in Libraries, P.L. (14) 238 

Story hour: symposium, P.L. (14) 307-308 

EI29 ANNIVERSARIES 

1901 Birthdays and anniversaries, la Lib O. (1) 14-15, 29-30, 45, 61-62 
Memorial day — reading list on President Lincoln, la Lib Q. (1) 30-32 

1903 Morton (J.) Exhibits and special days, P.L. (8) 464-465 

1906 Suggestions for anniversaries and holiday-bulletins, Wis Lib Bull (2) 85-91, 

(3) 3-8, 22-25, 46-48. 60-61, 76-79 

1907 Harron (J. S.) Library and the holiday, N.Y.L. (i) 40-41 



250 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

l^eddcr (I. A.)' Twelfth nig-hl, Wash L.A. Bull (;,) No €, 8-9 
Blanchard (A. A.) Lincoln birthday. Wash L.A. Bull (3)- No i, 9 
Molg-ato (J.)' Saint Valentine's day, Wash L.A. Bull (3) iNoi, 9-10 
Hallowe'en in the Wisconsin Library School, Wis Lib Bull (3) 95 
Kazeltine (^L E.) Programme for an afternoon with Scott and Burns, 
ir/.v Lib Bull (3) 98 
1908 Ballinger (J.) Millon Tercentenary, L.A.R. (10) 317-318 

Hallowe'en in Wisconsin Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (4) S7-8S 

E 130 RELATION OF SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES 

1876 Adams {C. F.) Junr. Public Library and Schools, L.J. (i) 437-441 

1879 Wright (W. H. K.) Public Library and the Board School, L.A. Tya)ts 

(2) 38-41,'/../. (4) 410-41 1 
Foster (W. E.) School and the Library: their mutual relation, L.J. (4) 

319-25 
Metcalf (R. C.) Reading in the Public Schools, L.J. (4) 343 

1880 Foster (W. E.) Relation of the Libraries to the Schools, L.J. (5) 09-104 
Green (S. S.) Relation of the Public Library to the Public .School, L.J. 

(5) 235-45 ; . 

Chamberlain (M.) Public Library and Public .School, L.J. (5) 292-302 
188^ Foster (W. E.) Plan of systematic training in reading at School, L.J. 

(8) 24 ■ ■ ' . .,;:', 

Green (S. .S.) Report on Libraries and Schools, L.J. (8) 229-33, 28 1-285 
Poole (W. F.) Public Library and Public .School, L./. (8) 281 

1886 How Public Libraries may benefit Public Schools : Newton Library 

Report, L.J. (11) 115 
James (H. P.) Co-operation of Newton Library with the Public Sciiool, 

L.J. (11) 224-225 
I'tley (H. M.) Relation of the Public Library to the Public School. L.J. 

(11) 301-305, Discussion 373 

1887 Green (S. S.) Work with Library and School in Worcester, L.J. (12) 

119-121 .,j< 

Merring^ton (M.) Public Libraries and Public Schools, L.J. (12) 156-159 
Sickley (j. C) Course of reading for pupils of the Poughkeepsie Public 

Library, L.J. (12) 372-377 
Green (S. S.) Library and the .School, L.J. (12) 400-402 

1889 Wright (W. H. K.) Lending- Libraries and Board .Schools, L. (i) I'cb-ja 
Sanders (M. A.) Relation of the Public Library to the School, L.J. (14) 

79-83- 

1890 Harris (W. T.) 1- unction of the Library and the School in education, 

L.J. (15) Conf No 27-33 

1891 Klink (J. S.) Libraries and Schools, L.J. (1(1) 104 

Og'le (J. J.) Place of the Free Library in popular education, L. (3) 401-7 
Libraries and education in Liyerpool, L.J. (16) 175-6 
Green (S. S.) Libraries and Schools, L.J. (16) Conf No 22-6 
Brett (W. H.) Use of the Public Library in the Cleveland Schools, L.J. 
(16) Conf No 30-1 

1892 Soule (C. C.) Co-operation of Libraries with Schools, L.J. (17) 89-90 
Coe (E. M.) Relation of Libraries to Public Schools, L.J. (17) 193-4 
Hill (F. P.) Newark Public Library and Schools, L.J. (17) 486-7 
James (H. P.) Libraries in relation to Schools, U.S. Rept 693-7 

1893 Axon (W. E. A.) Place of Libraries in relation to elementary, secondary, 

and higher education, L. (5) 265-9 
Brooks (E. A.) Public Library and the School, L.J. (i8) 185 
James (H. P.) Libraries in relation to Schools, L.J. (18) 213-14 

1894 Turner (F.) Place of the Public Library in relation to elementary, 

secondary, and higher education, L. (6) 168-78 
MacAlister jj. Y. W.) Plea for a closer connection between Public Libraries 

and other educational institutions, L. (6) 207-10 
Libraries and Schools, L.J. (19) 198 
Hewins (C. M.) Relation of the Hartford Public Library to the Public 

Schools, L.J. (19) 292-5 

1895 Foskett (E.) Educational value of the Public Library movement, and a 

reply to some views advanced by Mr. C. Welch, L. (7) 1 10-19 
Offle (J. J.) Relationship of the Public Library Committee to other 

educational bodies, L. (7) 129-34 
Sharp (K. L.) Libraries in Secondary Schools, L.J. (20) 5 



RELATION OF SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES 



Cole (G. W.) How Teachers should co-operate with Librarians, L.J. (20) 

,115-18 
Sargent (A. L.) Reference work among- school children, L.J. (2,0) 121-122 
Biollon(C. K.) Library examinations in Schools, L.J. (20) 122 
iS()f) Robertson (A. W.), Board School and its relation to the Public Library, 

L. (8) 2S5-297 
Dana (J. C.) Libraries and teachers, L.J. (21) 133-4, P-^' (0 81-S2 
Eastman(L. A.) Child, School, and the Library, L./.. (21) 134-9 
Voung- (C. C.) Public Library and the Public School, L.J. (21) 140-44 
Comstock (M. E.) Library as an educational factor, L.J. (21) 147-9 
Dana (J. C.) Libraries and Schools as art educatgrs, L.J. ,{21) 150. 
Burdich (E. E.) Educational work of the Jersey City Free Library, L.J. 

(.■21) 359-^^1 
Children and the Library : Report of Boston Library Committee, L.J. (21) 

368 
Dana (J. C.) Young people and the Schools, P.L. (i) 81 
Miller (M.) Schools and Libraries, P.L. (i) 89 

Bishop (W. W.) School Libraries and Public Libraries, P.L. (i) 94-5 
Dewey (M.) New Library development of the National Educational 

Association, P.L. (i) 183 
— Libraries as educational forces, P.L. (i) 268-9 
Parsons (J.) Library and the School, , P.L. (i) 313 
iS 17 Ballinger (J.) Public Libraries and the Schools : an experirnent at 

Cardiff, L. (9) 239 
Discussion on Children's Library work, L.J. (22) 156 
Green. (S. S.) and .others. Work between Libraries and Schools: a 

• symposium, L.J. (22) 181-7, U.S. Rept (j898),'Vol i, pt i, 673-698 
Foerste (A. F.) Public Schools and the Public Library, L./. (22) 341-4 
Fairchild (E. M.) Methods of Children's Library work as determined by 

the needs of the children, L.J. (22) Conf No 19-27 
Auanis (E. L.) Methods of children's work, L.J. {22) Conf No 28-31 
Nichols (F. W.) How to induce school rending, P.L. (2) 9 
Schriber (M. E.) Co-operation between Librarian and teacher, P./^. (2) 

Klink (J. S.) Use of Libr^aries by school children, P.L. (2) 16 

Bicknell (P. F,) University and College Libraries, and their relation to 

the Library movement, P.L,. (2) 301-10 
Galbreath (L. H.) .Books. for various grades, P.L. (2) 304 
Mountjov (J. C.) Schools and Libraries, P.L. (2) 368 
Mackenzie (Supt.) Muskegon Schools : the Public School and the Public 

Library, P.L. (2) 423-426 
i8(iS Ogle (J. J.) Public Library ancj the Public Elementary School — a note 

and an experiment, L. (8) 93-5 
Abbott (T. C.) Relation of the Public Libraries to other educational 

institutions, L. (8) 428-34 
Instruction in the use of reference books and Libraries in Schools, L.J. 

(23) Conf No 84-92 
.\dams (E..L.) Library work with the schools, L.J. (23) 137-41 
Druar (M.) Public Library as an aid to the school room, L.J. (23) 143-144 
Cratran (E. F.) .Work with the Schools at the New York Circulating 

Library, /../. (23) 194-5 
NLanny (F. A.) Place of the Library in educational work, P.L. (3) 42-4 
Warren (L) Listruction in the use of books in a Normal School, P.L. (3) 

^51-3 . . . • . 

Co-operation between Libraries and Schools at Elgin (III.), P.L. (3) 153 

National Educational Association : Co-operation between Schools and 
Libraries, P.L. (3) 154 

Folsom (C.) How can and should the Library work assist the School? 
P. ^-..(3) 164 

Co-operation between Libraries and .Schools,. P.L. (3) 153-7 

Daniels' (J. F.) Library work at the State Normal School, Greely, 
Colorado, P.L. (3) 167-8 

Children's .Schools and Libraries: lists of articles on the subject bv M. 
Dickinson, P.L. (3) 245 

Foster (W. E.) Co-operation between .Schools and the Library in Provi- 
dence, P.L. (3) 244 
1890 Axon (W. E. A.) Library and the School, L.A.R. (t) 151-3 

Little (G. T.) Library and the small College, L./. (24) 50-3 



252 BTBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Public Libraries and the Public Schools, L.A.R. 221-2 • 

Circular of the N.E.A. Committee on Public Libraries and Public Schools, 

L.J. (24) III 
Druar (M.) Public Library as an aid in the school-room, L.J. (24) 143-4 
Davidson (C.) Library work in Schools, L.J. (24) 150 
Luland (C. G.) Work with the Schools in the Buffalo Library, L.J. (24) 

1 50- 1 
Wright (P. B.) Relation of the Library to the Public School, P.L. (4) 11-3 
Jones (Miss) The College and the Library, P.L. (4) 77-80 
Clarke (E. P.) Library and the School, P.L. (4) 1 16-18 
Finney (B. A.) High School instruction in use of reference books, P.L. 

(4) 315-17 
Conover (M.) What can the Library best do for children? P.L. (4) 317-20 
Wilson (L. N.) Is the Public Library doing all it can for the teacher? 

P.L. (4) 329-331 
Milner (A. B.) Instruction in use of catalogues and reference books in 

Normal Schools, P.L. (4) 324-6 
Report of the Committee of N.E.A. on relations of Libraries to Schools, 

U.S. Rept 663-719 
McMurray (C. A.) Relation of the School to Libraries, U.S. Rept 678-9 
Williams (S.) Public Libraries and Public Schools, U.S. Rept 665-6 
Jones (M. L.) Report of Sub-Committee of N.E.A. on relation of 

Libraries to Normal Schools, U.S. Rept 689-96 
Dana (J. C.) Librarian's spirit and methods in working with Schools, 

U.S. Rept 710-17 

1900 Elmendorf (H. L.) Public Library books in Public Schools, L.J. (25) 163-5 
Library section of the N.E.A., L.J. (25) 588-90 

McCrory (H. L.) School and Library, a practical paper on methods, 
P.L. (s) 9-1 1 

1901 Sargent (M. E.) Library work with Schools, L.A.R. (3) 205-8 
Rathbone (J. A.) Co-operation between Libraries and Schools, an 

historical sketch, L.J. (26) 187-91 
Library Department, N.E.A., L.J. (26) 395-7 
Prentice (M. L.) Vitalizing the relation between Library and School : 

(i) The School, L.J. (26) Conf No 78-80 
Warren (T.) Vitalizing the relation between Library and School : 

(2) The Library, L.J. (26) Conf No 81-2 
Sargent (M. E.) How to interest schools in the Library, P.L. (6) 9-1 1 
Brett (W. H.) Relation of Library and School, P.L. (6) 64-5 
McNeill (A. H.) What the Normal School may do to provide for Library 

work in Schools, P.L. (6) 80-1 
Barbour (O. F.) Library and the School, P.L. (6) 86-7 
Institute of Normal School Librarians : suggestion for co-operation, P.L. 

(6) 91 
McCrory (H. L.) Library work for the children, P.L. (6) 93-5 
Daniels (J. F.) To the Normal School Librarians who need it, P.L. (6) 

197-200 
Higginson (T. W.) Education and the Public Library, P.L. (6) 433-4 
Library section of N.E.A., P.L. (6) 498-503 
Graham (E.) Co-operation between Schools and Libraries, P.L. (6) 534-6 

1902 Moore (A. C.) Library visits to Public Schools, L.J. (27) 181-6 
Hill (J. F.) School and the Library, L.J. (27) 186-8 

Public Library as a part of the School system, L.J. (27) 198 

Ahern (M. E.) Co-operation between Libraries and Schools, P.L. (7) 99-1 11 

Fordyce (E.) Libraries and the Schools, P.L. (7) 1 14-16 

Haney (J. D.) How shall the Public Libraries help the High School, 

P.L. (7) 224-7 
National Educational Association, annual meeting, P.L. (7) 377-8 
Library and the School, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 37 
Fordyce (E. J.) Libraries and the Schools, la Lib O. (2) 18-19 

1903 Elmendorf (H. L.) School department of BuffalcT Public Library, L.J. 

(28) 157-60. For view see 154 
Fitzgibbon (T. F.) Relation of Superintendent of Schools to the Library, 

P.L. (8) 90-3 
Salisbury (G. E.) Library work in a State Normal School, P.L. (8) 93-4 
Milner (A. N.) What the Normal School can do for the teachers on, the 

Library side, P.L. (8) 95-6 
Danielson (C. L.) What the teacher wants. of the Library, P.L. (8) 97-8 



RELATION OF SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES 253 



Daniels (J. F.) Library conditions and a plan for their betterment, P.L. 

(8) 1 00- 1 
Doring (F. W.) How we use the Library, P.L. (8) 104-6 
Helpful things done by Libraries for teachers and children, P.L. (8) 409 
Gunthrop (P.) What can the Public Library do for the College Library, 

P.L. (S) 4';4-7 

1904 Tupp (G. H.) Can the Public Library and the Public School be mutually 

helpful, L.J. (29) 173-5 
Wart (M. F.) Library work in a Preparatory School, L.J. (29) 182 
Doren (E. C.) Library and the School work now done, L.J. (29) Conf 

No 153-7 
Gilbert (C. B.) Public Library and Public School, L.J. (29) 169-73 
Hazeltine (M. E.) Co-operation of Librarian and Kindergartner, L.J. (29) 

468-74 
Tait (A.) Public Library in its relation to Technical School, L.W. (6) 201-3 
Work with Schools and students, Newark, N.J., P.L. (9) 12 
Hoag (J. P.) Co-operation of the Public Library and Public Schools, 

P.L. (9) 225-7 
Josephson (G. S.) Library in its relation with scholars and learned 

societies, P.L. (9) 322-3 
Library work with the Schools, plans of Library Commission of Indiana, 

P.L. (9) 500-1 

1905 Ford (M. C.) School Library question in New York City, L.J. (30) 211-14 
Hassler (H. E.) Work with children and Schools in Portland, Oregon, 

L.J. (30) 214-17 
Owen (E. B.) Notes on the Hartford Library in relation to the Schools, 

L.J. (30) 217-18 
Gaillard (E. W.) Experiment in School Library work, L.J. (30) 201-4 
School Library meeting in Ann Arbor, Mich., L.J. (30) 286-287 
Carter (B.) School Libraries, L.W. (8) 29 
Jast (L. S.) Library work with Schools in the United States, L.W. (8) 

34-36 
Hutchins (F. A.) School work of a Librarian, P.L. (10) 167-8 
Hopkins (F. W.) Library work in High Schools, P.L. (10) 170-171 
Dewey (M.) Relation of School Libraries to Public Library system, P.L. 

(10) 224-5 
Brett (W. H.) School and the Library, P.L. (10) 225-227 
Work with Schools : reports from Wisconsin Libraries, Wis Lib Bull 

(i) 20-23 
Ellis (H.) Some things the Madison, Wisconsin, Public Library does, 

Wis Lib Bull (i) 45 
Library exhibit by a Normal School, P.L. (10) 361 
Stewart (J. D.) Technical education and Public Libraries in England, 

P.L. (10) 455-457 
Wright (R. H.) How to make the Library useful to High School pupils, 

P.L. (10) 480-482 
Riggs (J. T.) Why does the School need the Library? P.L. (10) 507-509 

1906 Closer relations between Libraries and educational authorities : 

symposium, L.A.R. (8) 268-276 
Clark (G. T.) Methods of School circulation of Library books, L.J. (31) 

155-157 
Bowerman (G. F.) School work of Columbia Public Library, L.J. (31) 

165-166 
Quigley (M. G.) Systematic instruction in the use of the Library at 

Grand Rapids, Mich., L.J. (31) 166-167 
Gilson (N. J. M. L.) Library and School work in Newark, L.J. (31) 167-8 
Scott (C. A.) Suggestions on forming a professional Library for teachers, 

L.J. (31) 168-169 
Schaeffer (N. C.) Relation of Libraries to the Schools, L.J. (31) Conf 

No 196-200 
Mendenhall (L M.) Library and School co-operation, Lib Occ Nos 1-4, 5-7 
Organization of the Library profession in the United States, P.L. (11) 

11-12 
Work with the Schools, P.L. (11) 84-85 
Henry (W. E.) Library reading course, P.L. (11) 306-307 
Dana (J. C.) School Libraries and their value, P.L. (11) 435 
Power (E. L.) Library in its relation to Elementary Schools, P.L. (11) 

544-548 



254 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY ,i 

( "c)-operation between the School Library and the Pubhg Library, Minn 

P.L.C. Notes (7) 2-4 
Kunze (\V. F.) Public Library and the Public School, Minn P.L.C. Notes 

(9) ^9-^- 
Connor (F. C.) Public Library and the Public School, Mi)itt P.L.C. Notes 

(9) 22-25 
Wilson '(M. Z.) How the School and the Library may help each other, 

Wash L.A. Bull (2) No i, 7-8 
Pcckham (G. \V.) Circular of information to teachers of Milwaukee, 

Wis Lib Bull (2) 38 

1907 'lighe (R. J.) Relations between Libraries and Schools from the School 

side, A. L.A. Bull fi) Conf No go-92 
McCurtiy (M. I).) Methods to be used by Libraries working^ with Schools 

to encourag^e use of real literature, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 289-293 
Co-operation between Public Libraries and Schools, L.A.R. (9) 581-58^ 
W'harey (J. B.) Modern teachins^ and the Library, L.J. (32) 153-156 
Ranck (S, H.) Library and the School in Grand Rapids, L.y. (32) 162-64 
Right start, or don't be a auitter : leaflet sent to pupils in Grand Rapids, 

P.L. (12) 65-66 
Smith (F. E.) Library work for children, P.L. (12) 79-83 
Graham (R. C) Library and the small College, P.L. (12) 218-220 
Hardman (E.) Helping children know Library tools, P.L. (12) 299-301 
C'ircular sent to teachers of the Public Schools of Oak Park (CS.), P.L. 

•(12) 302-303 
(Jreene (C. S.) Report of Committee on relations between Schools and 

Libraries, Cal News Notes (2) 88-89 
Jones (^L L.) School and the Library — Pomona and Los Angeles, Cal 

NerMS Notes (2) 90-92 
Huntington (S.) Library and the Country School, Cal News Notes (2) 92-3 
^L^her (>L) Relation of Libraries to Public Schools from the teacher's 

standpoint, Cal News Notes (2) 93-94 
Gerould (J. T.) Co-operation between the School and Library, Minn 

P.L.C. Notes (2) 70-73 
I^ousman (M. E.) Books for the play-ground. Wis Lib Bull (3) 83-84 
Buell (H. C.) Library and its functions, Wis Lib Bull (3) 17-21 
Library work with Schools in Omaha, Neb Lib Bull No 4, 2-5 
Brindley (S.) How mav the teacher help the Library? Neb Lib Bull No 

4/5-7 
How the Library may serve the School, heb Lib Bull No 4, 8-9 

1908 School work of New York Public Library, L.J. (j^;^) 143-144 
Co-operation betvyeen Libraries and Schools, L.J. (33) 303 
Fe!mby.(H.) How far should courses in Normal Schools and Teachers' 

Colleges seek to acquaint all teachers with the ways of organizing and 

u§ing School Libraries? L.J. (33) 305-308 
Jewell (A.) Public Libraries and the School problem, /../. (;^^) 309-311 
Mendenhall (L M.) Library instiuction in Normal Schools, P.L. (13) 

3S-46, 91-93. ' 24- 1 25 
Chamberlain (A. D.) Work with Schools, Vt L.C. Bull (4) No 2, 1-4 
Aids to Children's Library work, Minn P.L.C. Xotes (2) No 7, 136-137 
Brai'nerd (J. F.) Work with Schools in New Rochelle (N.Y.), N.Y.L. (i) 

,108-109 
.Schooland the Public Library, X.Y.L. (i) 130-131 
Mathews (H. S.) Co-operation between the Public Library and Parochial 

Schools, Wis Lib Bull (4) 26 
Library work with Schools, Wis Lib Bull (4) 54-55 
Jones (F. L.) Reference work with .Schools in the Indianapolis Public 

Library, IJb Occ No 12, 4-6 
Relationship of Libraries and Schools, L.J. (.t,^) 427 
Scliulz (\V. H.) Relation of the School to the Public Library, Wis Lib 

B»?Z (4) 93-95 

1909 (;reene.(C. S.) Relation between Schools and Libraries, Cal Xeius Notts 

(4) 239-240 
Dallimore (F.) Object lessons to School children in the use of Libraries, 

L.A.R. (11) 49-68 
Blair (R.) Public Libraries and Public Schools, L.A.R. (11) 195-197 
Briscoe (W. A.) Recent development in Library work amongst the young, 

L.A.R. (11) 264-267 



scHodl LiUkAiii'iiS ^55 



Baker (K. A.) Co-operation with the Rloincnlary Schools, L.A.E. (ii) 

145- '47 
Daniels (|. V.) 'V\w cmptv heart: paper on educational future ul 

Libraries, L.J. (34) 4-S 
Ranck (S. S.) How to make the Library of greater service to the student 

of School age, L.J. (34) 52-54 
Public Libraries and Libraries in Schools contributed from various 

America.n Libraries, L.J. (34) 145-153 
ilall (.^L 1':.) What the Librarian may do for the High School, L.J. (34) 

154-150 . ■ ■ • 

Liveright (A. F.) How may the use of books and Library catalogues be 

made a subject of study in Normal Schools, L.J. (34) 160-162 
Colby {C. W.) Library and education, L.J. (34) 340-345 
Austin (L) What the School needs from the Library, L.J. (34) 395-39<S 
Papers read at Lake George " Library Week," L.J. (34) 441-443 
Jewell (A.) Public Library and the School problem, P.L. (14) 117-iU) 
Canfield (J. H.)' Library's part in education, P.L. (14) 120 
AVork with Schools, F.L. (14) 141-142 

Actual co-operation between Libraries and Schools, /\L. (14) 142-143 
.Mead (H. R.) Value of the study reference work in Public Schools, P.L. 

(14) 258-25C) 
Co-operation. Declaration of the N.E.A. at Denver, P.L. (14) 294 
Larned (]. W.) School and the Library- part of an address, • W/\ Ijh 

Bull (5) 61-62 
Relations of Libraries and Schools, Wis Lib Bull (5) 62-65 
Teachers' Examination in Library work. Wis Lib Bull (5) 66 --y^i 

Library instruction in Normal .Schools : results of replies to a circular sent 

out from Newark (N.J.) Public Library, /*.L. (14) 147 
Gauss (C.) Popular education in literature, L.J. (34) 391-394 
Public Library and the School are parts of the educational system, Pciin 

Lib Notes (2) No 3, 1-2 

E 131 SCHOOL LIBRARIES 

1887 Cox (H. T.) London School Board Libraries, L.C. (4) 169-171 , 

Libraries and Schools: results of new experiment in Worcester, 'Mass., 
L.J. (12) 400 

1889 School Library : a factor in education, L.J. (14) 343 

Hardy (G. E.) School Library as a factor in education, L.J. (14) 343-347 

1892 Little (G. T.) School and College Libraries, U.S. Rept 916-933' 

1893 Branch Libraries in .Schools, L.J. (t8) 291-292 

1895 Sharp (K. L.) Libraries in Secondary Schools, L.J. (20) Conf No 76-77 
1S96 Comstock (.\L E.) Library as an educational factor, /../. (21) 147 

Proposed Library section of the National Educational .Association : scheme 
to provide Libraries for Schools, L.J. (21) 149-150 

Van Sickle (J. H.) Libraries in the schoolroom, L.J. (21) 152 

H^ufchins (F. .\.) Township School Libraries of Wisconsin, L.J.'(2i) 185-6 

Denver School Library, P.L. (i) 54 

Bishop (W. W.) School Libraries and Public Libraries, P.L. (i) 94 
1897 Wright (W. H. K.) On London School Libraries, 2nd Int Conf 231) 

\incent (C. W.) On the Libraries of the London School Board, 2nd hit 
Conf 238 

Doren (E. C.) School Libraries, L.J. (22) 190-193 

Cheener (\^'. H.) L'se and abuse of School Libraries, P.L. (2) 349-351 

English (M. F.) Classification of School Libraries, P.L. (2) 1551 

Mountjoy (J. C.) School Library, P.L. (2) 368 

Hutchins (F. A.) Securing Libraries for rural .Schools, ['.5. /\c^f 700-70; 

— Present condition of School Libraries in rural Schools in villages of 
less than 2,500 inhabitants, U.S. Kept 703-704 

Newcombe (C. S.) Schoolroom Libraries, U.S. Rept 718-719 

Crowell (M.) School Library in the School room. P.L. (4) 51-53 
1900 Winks (W. E.) An attempt'to solve the School Librarv problem, L.A.R. 



1899 



(2) 190-199 

Elmendorf (H. L.) Public Library books in Public Schools, /../. {2^) 16^ 
i9or Berkley (M. L.) Primary Schoolroom Libraries, P.L. (6) 77-79 

Stanley (H. H.) .Schoolroom reference room in Brookline Librarv, /'./.. 

(6) 398-400 ..... 

Class List of $500 Library recommended for Schools, N.Y.S.L. Rept (84) 
Iowa School District Libraries, la Lib 0. (i) 10, (2) 12 



256 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1902 Iowa Schoolroom Libraries, la Lib O. (2) 34 

Heard (E. B.) McKinley Memorial Libraries for Public Schools, P.L. (7) 

116 
Sabine (H.) Rural School Libraries, U.S. Rept 579-5^1 

1903 Dodd (H. P.) Schoolroom Libraries in Newark, New Jersey, P.L. (8) 317-8 

1904 Baldwin (E. G.) Some old forgotten School Libraries, L.J. (19) 173 
Mr. Kipling's ideas for a School Library, L.W. (7) 163-164 

Act to encourage local School authorities in establishing School Libraries 
for use in the common Schools, N.Y.S.L. Rept (87) 80-87 

1905 Dublin Public Libraries Committee scheme to provide books for loan 

through the Primary Schools, An Leah (i) 152-156 
Gaillard (E. W.) An experiment in School Library work, L.J. (30) 201 
Ford (M. C.) School Library question in New York City, L.]. (30) 211-14 
Carter (B.) School Libraries, L.W. (8) 29-34 

last (L. S.) Library work with Schools in the United States, L.W. (8) 35-6' 
Stewart (J. D.) School Libraries, L.W. (8) 173-177 
Dewey (M.) Relation of School Libraries to the Public Library system, 

P.L. (10) 224-225 
Wright (R. H.) How to make the Library useful to High School pupils, 

PL. (10) 460-462 
Travelling School Library system, Vt L.C. Bull (i) 2-4, 23-26 
Dewey (H. B.) County circulating School Libraries in Washington, 

Wash L.A. Bull (i) 5-7 
Ellis (H.) Some things the Madison, Wisconsin, Public Library does. 

Wis Lib Bull (i) 45 

1906 Esdaile (A.) Public Schools and their Libraries, L. (A'. 5.) (7) 366-375 
Clark (G. T.) Method of School circulation of Library books, L.]. (31)' 

155-157 
Dana (J. C.) School Libraries and their value, P.L. (11) 435 
Co-operation between the School Library and the Public Library, Minn 

P. L.C. Notes No 7, 2-4 
Reynolds (M. M.) Status of School Libraries, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No i, 

9-10 
Care and use of Township Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (2) 61-62 
Edwards (G. O.) Circular to principals and teachers. Wis Lib Bull (2)' 

10-11 
School Library notes. Neb Lib Bull No 2, 4-8 
Peckham (G. W.) Child and the book. Wis Lib Bull (2) 90-93 

1907 Haines (J.) Work of a small School Library, L.J. (32) 159-160 

Briggs (W. B.) Reference work in Public and College Libraries, L.J. 

(32) 492-495 
Huntington (S.) Library and the County Schools, Cal ^otes and News 

No 2, 92-93 
Maher (M.) Relation of Libraries to Public Schools from the teacher's 

standpoint, Cal News Notes No 2, 93-94 
Beckley (J. M. ) Proper organization of the School Library, Minn P. L.C. 

Notes No 2, 73-75 
Ely (R.) Reference work in School Libraries, Minn P. L.C. Notes No 2, 

75-77 
Parlin (C.) Successful High School Library at Wausau, Wis Lib Bull (3) 

44-45 

1908 Marvin (C.) Library Commissions and Rural Schools, A. L.A. Bull (2) 

314-315- Discussion 315-317 
Henry (W. E.) Library as an educational equipment, P.L. (13) 291-294 
Matthews (C.) Growing tendency to over-emphasize the children's side, 

L.J. (33) 135-138 
Ballinger (J.) Municipal Library at Cardiff and its public, L. (N.S.) (9) 

173-185 

1909 Walker (J. E.) The School Library, L.A. (6) 319-321 
Barnes (W. E.) School Libraries in London, L.A.R. (11) 7-8 
School Libraries in New York, L.J. (34) 15 

Public Libraries and Libraries in Schools contributed from various 

[American] Libraries, L.J. (34) 145-153 
Hall (M. E.) Librarian in the High School, L.J. (34) 154-159, P.L. (14) 29 
For particulars relating to School Library Furniture, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 



READING OF THE YOUNG 257 

E132 TRAVELLING SCHOOL LIBRARIES 

1905 Gaillard (E. W.) Experiment in School Library work — New York 
Travelling- School Libraries, L.J. (30) 201 
Dewey (H. B.) County Circulating School Libraries, Wash L.A. Bull (i) 
No 2, 5-7 
1907 Huntington (S.) Library and the Country School, Cal Neivs Notes (2) 92-3 
Dewey (H. B.) County circulating School Libraries, Wash L.A. Bull 
No 2, 5-7 

E133 SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARIES 

1879 Brooks (M. H.) Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (4) 338-341 

1881 Chamberlain (L. T.) Sunday School Libraries — charging system, L.J. 

(6) 15^-160 
Sunday School method of charging books, L.J. (6) 288-289 

1882 Green (S. S.) Selection of books for Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (7) 

250-251 
1885 Cheney (C. P.) Association of Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (10) 125 
1888 Wheeler (M. T.) Sunday School Library, L.N. (U.S.) (3) 391-401 

1898 Steiner (B. C.) Sunday School Library, L.J. (23) 276-277 
Discussion on Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (23) Conf No 170 
Manny (F.) Place of the Library in educational work, P.L.. (3) 42 
Books for a Sunday School Library, P.L. (3) 49 

1899 New Jersey Library Association — Discussion on Sunday School Libraries, 

L.J. (24) 162 
Yust (W. F.) Sunday School Library, its nature and functions, P.L. (4) 
20-22 

1900 Foote (E. A.) Charging- system for Sunday School Libraries, P.L. (5) 59 
Chamberlain (F. W.) Sunday School Library charging- system, P.L. (5) 

58-59 
Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (25) 68-69 

Pittsburgh Carnegie Branch Libraries in Sunday Schools, P.L. (5) 219 
Dixon (M. A.) Sunday School Libraries, P.L. (5) 21 1-2 12 
Hurlbut (J. L.) Sunday School Libraries, past present and future, P.L. 

(5)398 

1901 Foote (E. A.) Sunday School Libraries agam, P.L. (6) 332-333 

Public Library no substitute for that of the Sunday School, P.L. (6) 16 

1905 Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-167, 215-217, 259-261 
Books for Sunday Schools, Wis Lib Bull (i) 64 

1906 Public Library as an aid in Sunday School work, L.J. (31) 717-71S 
Circulation, L.J. (31) Conf No 259-263 

Smith (C. W.) Public Library and allied agencies, Wash L.A. Bull (2) 1-2 
1908 Reading List on Sunday School Libraries, Cal News Notes (3) 133-134 
For particulars relating to Su}iday School Library appliances, apply to — 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W C. 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

E134 READING OF THE YOUNG 

1876 Green (S. S.) Personal relations between Librarian and readers, L.J. (i) 74 
Kite (W.) Fiction in Public Libraries, L.J. (i) 273 
Fletcher (W. L) Public Libraries and the young, U.S. Kept 412-418 

1879 Wells (K. G.) Responsibility of parents in the selection of reading for 

the young, L.J. (4) 325-330 
Brooks (M. H.) Sunday School Libraries, L.J. (4) 338-341 
Bean (M. A.) Evil of unlimited freedom in the use of Juvenile fiction, 

i-J. (4) 341-343 
Metcalf (R. C.) Reading in the Public Schools, L.J. (4) 343-345 
Clarke (J. F.) Address on reading, L.J. (4) 355-357 
Higginson (T. W.) Sensational fiction in Public Libraries, L.J. (4) 345, 

357-359 
Atkinson (W. P.) Address : opposing sensational fiction, L.J. (4) 359-362 
Chamberlain (M.) Address : Danger of sensational fiction, L.J . (4) 362-366 

1880 — Public Library and Public School, L.J . (5) 299 

1881 Dall fC. H.) Fiction in Public Libraries, L.J. (6) 156 

1882 Hewins (C. M.) Boys' and girls' reading, L.J. (7) 1S2 
Green (S. S.) Books for boys and girls, L.J. (7) 182 



258 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1883 Foster (VV. E.) Systematic training at scliool, L.J. (S*) 24 

Bean (M, A.) Report on the reading- of the young, L.J. (8) 217-227 

1884 Stimson (H. A.) Boys and books, L.J. (9) 142 

1885 James (H. P.) Report on reading of the young, L.J. (10) 278-291 
Free Library and the dime novel, L.J. (10) 105 

1887 Hanavvay (E. S.) Children's Library in New York, L.J. (12) 158, 185 

1888 Crunden (F. M.) and C. A. Blanchard. Reading by School children and 

College students, L.J. (13) 89-90 

1889 Sargent (M.) Report on reading of the young, L.J. (14) 226 
Hubbard (J. M.) Are Public Libraries public blessings, L.J. (14) 407-9 

1891 Thurston (E. P.) How can the character of the reading be improved, L.J. 

(16) 47 
Home Libraries of Children's Aid Society, L.J. (16) 278 
Hewlns (C. M.) Boys' and girls' reading, L.J. (16) 278 

1892 — Reading of the young, U.S. Rept 944-75 

1893 — Report on reading of the young, L.J. (18) 251-53 
Discussion on reading of the young, L.J. (18) Conf No 58-62 

1894 Stearns (L. E.) Report on reading of the young, L.J. (19) Conf No 81-87, 

136-7 

1895 Coe (E. M.) What can be done to help a boy after he has fallen into the 

" Dime novel habit," L.J. (20) 1 18-19 
Merrington (M. E.) How may we make the guiding of pupils' reading a 

part of the teacher's work, L.J. (20) 1 19-21 
Sawin (J. M.) Some successful methods of developing children's interest 

in good literature, L.J. (20) 377-9 

1896 Burgess (T. C.) Means of leading boys from the dime novels to better 

literature, L.J. (21) 144-7 

1897 Hewins (C. M.) Books that children like, 2nd Int Conf 111-117, Discus- 

sion 237-240 
Dana (J. C.) Our youngest readers, 2nd Int Conf 118-119, Discussion 
237-240 

— Children's reading; what some teachers say, L.J. (22) 187-190 
Russell (J. E.) Observations upon children's reading, L.J. (22) 194 
Foster (VV. E.) Developing a taste for good literature, L.J. (22) 245-247 
Stearns (L. E.) Educational force of children's reading, P.L. (2) 6 
Nichols (F. J.) How to induce school reading, P.L. (2) 9-1 1 

Resor (J. H.) Boy and the book; or, the Public Library a necessity, P.L. 

(2) 282-5 

1898 Hewins (C. M.) Report on Children's reading, L.J. (23) Conf No 35-9 
Hill (F. P.) Books of fiction, P.L. (3) 118 

Dana (J. C.) Fiction in Public Libraries, P.L. (3) 212 

1899 Roebuck (G. E.) Child in the Library, L.A. (2) 9-10 

Hunt (C. W.) Some means by which children may be led to better books, 

L.J. (24) 147-9 
Williams (S.) In regard to reading, P.L. (4) 57 

1900 Sargent (A. L.) Children's books and periodicals, L.J. (25) Conf No 64-5 
Study of children's reading, L.J. (25) 171 

Children's lectures at Brookline Public Library, L.J. (25) 333 

1901 Lane (E. N.) and J. F. Farrar. Methods of evaluating children's books, 

L.J. (26) 194-7 
Guiding light reading in High Schools, L.J. (26) 202 
Dana (J. C.) Things children should know, P.L. (6) 98-9 

— Things every one should know, la Lib O. (i) 33-35 
Ahern (M. E.) Reading for young people, la Lib O. (i) 44-45 
Freeman (M. W.) Summer reading for children : an experiment, la Lib 

(?• (0 57-58 

1902 Welch (C.) Children's reading at home, L.J. (27) 196-7 
Crafts (L. M.) Reading of our youth, P.L. (7) 1 17-19 
Sackell (Miss) Children's Librarians, P.L. (7) 303-5 

1903 Hunt (C. W.) Winter reading, P.L. (8) 56-7 

Eastman (C. W.) Educational ideals in School and Library, la Lib Q. 

(3) 25-28 

1904 Notes on children's reading, L.J. (29) 476-7 

1905 Smith (B. S.) Methods of securing better reading, P.L. (10) 171-3 
Children's reading, P.L. (10) 353 

Hall (G. S.) What children do read and what they ought to read, P.L. 

(10) 391-3 
Vacation reading, la Lib O. (5) 32 



BRAi\CH LIBRARY METHODS 261 



CLASS F — Library Extension 



Fl BRANCH LIBRARY METHODS 

1876 A.L.A. Discussion on Branches, L.J. (i) 125-126 

Branch Libraries, L.J. (i) 288-289 
1880 Free Lending Library for New York with the PubHc Schools as Branches, 

L.J. (5) 308-313 

1891 Brainerd (C.) Library or Libraries : arguments against Branches, L.J. 

(16) 112-113 

1892 Cole (G. W.) Delivery stations or Branch Libraries, L.J. (17) 480-482 

— • Branches and Deliveries, U.S. Rept 709-718. 1893 : L.J. (18) 220-223, 
Discussion Conf No 26-28 

How to give out books, L.J. (i8) 10-12 

Branch Libraries in Schools, L.J. (i8) 291-292 
1894 Branch Libraries in College settlements, L.J. (19) 11-12 

Board Schools as Branch Libraries, Greenwood's Public Libraries 448-58 
1896 Phelps (A. R.) Evolution of a district Library, L.J. (21) 362-364 

1898 Bostwick (A. E.) Branch Libraries, L.J. (23) 14-18 
Hints for Branch Libraries, L.J. (23) 18 

Wellman (H. C.) Branches and Deliveries, L.J. (23) Conf No 8-12 
Bostwick (A. E.) How can Central and Branch work best be co-ordinated, 

L.J. (23) Conf No 98-100 
Bain (J.) Junr. Books in Branch Libraries, L.J. (23) Conf No loo-ioi 
Countryman (G. A.) How far should the selection of books for Branches 

be uniform? L.J. (23) Conf No 101-102 
A.L.A. Duscussion on Branch Libraries, L.J. (23) Conf No 159-171, P.L. 

(3) 314-315 

1899 Crunden (F. M.) Library stations, L.J. (24) 153 

1901 Ballinger (J.) Planning and equipment of the Roath (Cardiff) Branch 

Library, plan, ill., L.A.R. (3) 181-188, Discussion 227-228 
Wilson (R. E.) Functions of a Branch Library, P.L. (8) 275-277 
Nyhus (H.) Norwegian Branch Library, L.J. (26) 864 
Green (E.) Branch Libraries and Delivery Stations, L.W. (4) 88-90 

1902 Anderson (E. H.) Branch Libraries : functions and resources, L.J. (27) 

Conf No 38-41 
Ward (L. L.) IBranch Libraries : functions and resources, L.J. (27) Conf 

No 42-46, P.L. (7) 338-341 
Hill (F. P.) Branch Libraries : administration, L.J. (27) Conf No 46-50 
A.L.A. Discussion on Branch Libraries, L.J. (27) Conf No 163-166 
Phelps (A. R.) Evolution of a District Library : second stage, L.J. (27) 

878-880 
Jast (L. S.) Branches, L.W. (5) 57-60 
Hayward (C. A.) Reference work in a Branch Library, P.L. (7) 182-183 

1903 Barrett (F. T.) Planning and arrangement of Branch Libraries, L.A.R. 

is) 301-306, Discussion 336-337 
Soule (C. C.) Brooklyn Branch Library buildings, L.J. {28) 113-114 
Mann (A. C.) Organization of a Branch Library by Students of the 

Illinois State Library School, P.L. (8) 68-69 
Chatham Square Branch of New York Public Library, P.L. (8) 483 
Branch Libraries in Buffalo, P.L. (8) 484 : ' 

1904 Sutton (C. VV.) Branch Libraries : their number and cost, L.A.R. (6) '67-71 
Burgoyne (F. J.) Planning of Branch Libraries, L.A.R. (6)' 72-77 
Barrett (F. T.) Branch Libraries : administration and relations with the 

Central Library, L.A.R. (6) 78-84 

1905 Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-166, 215-217, 259-261 
Jacobsen (S.) . Kook selection from the Branch Librarian's standpoint, 

P.L. (10) 515-516 

1906 Dallimore (F.) Branch Libraries, L.A. (5) 111-113 
Hatcher (S. A.) Branch Libraries, L.A. (5) 113-116 

Almirall (R. F.) Design and construction of Branch Library buildings, 
L.J. (31) Conf No 46-49 



262 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Baldwin (E. V.) Order department of a Branch Library system, P.L. 
(ii) 509-511 

— Order routine in Brooklyn Public Library, P.L. (11) 560-561 

1907 Sureties (H. G.) Branch Libraries, L.A. (5) 285-288 

Ballinger (J,.) Municipal Library and its public — Lending Libraries and 

Branches, L. (N.S.) (9) 309-322 
Chambers (W. G.) Branches, L.A.R. (10) 211-212 
Reading List on the extension of the Public Library, with notes, Cal 

News Notes (3) 126-128 
Branch Libraries in School Buildings, Wis Lib Bull (3) 65 

1908 Deposit Stations, Branch Reading RoomS; Branch Libraries, as they 

exist at present in California, Cal News Notes (3) 109-128 
Sayers (W. C. B.) Mania for bricks and mortar, L.W. (10) 224-226 

1909 Hawkes (A. J.) Function of a Central Library and the problem of 

branches, L.A. (6) 371-375. 394-40i 
Coulson (T.) Situation of Branch Libraries, L.W. (12) 201-204 
For Library furnishers see D 24 

F2 DELIVERY STATIONS 

1892 Soule (C. C.) On the value of delivery stations, L.J. (17) 88-89 

Cole (G. W.) Delivery Stations or Branch Libraries, L.J. (17) 480-482 

— Branches and Delivery Stations, U.S. Rept 709-718. 1893 : L.J. 

(18) 220-223, Discussion Conf No 26-28 
Local delivery and Library influence, L.J. (18) 82 
How to give out books, L.J. (18) 10-12 

1896 Thomson (J.) Travelling Libraries, etc., L.J. (21) Conf No 29-31 

1897 Brown (J. D.) Recent developments of Library practice, Greemvood's 

Yr-Bk 88 

1898 Bostwick (A. E.) Branch Libraries, L.J. (23) 14-18 

VVellman (H. C.) Branches and Deliveries, L.J. (23) Conf No 8-12 

A. L.A. Discussion on Branch Libraries and Delivery Stations, L.J. (23) 

Conf No 159-171. P-L. (3) 314-315 
Report on Branches and Delivery Stations, P.L. (3) 296 

1899 Western Massachusetts Library Club — Discussion on Delivery Stations, 

L.J. (24) 684 
1901 Green (E.) Branch Libraries and Delivery Stations, L.W. (4) 88-90 

Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 
(2) 24-25 

1903 Discussion on Travelling Libraries and Delivery Stations, L..A.R. (5) 507-8 

1904 Savage (E. A.) Delivery Stations and Town Travelling Libraries, L.A.R. 

(6) 119-128 

1905 Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-167, 215-217, 259-261 

1907 Sayers (W. C. B.) Delivery Stations, L.A. (5) 288-290 

Redgrave (S. J.) Public Library book extension service, L.A. (5) 290-292 

1908 Poray (A.) Factory Stations, L.J. (33) 83-86, P.L. (13) 73-77 , 
Peters (H.) Delivery Stations, L.W. (10) 274-276 

Deposit Stations, Branch Reading Rooms, Branch Libraries, as they 
exist at present in California, Cal News Notes (3) 115-123 

Reading List on the extension of the Public Library, with notes, Cal 
News Notes (3) 126-128 

1909 Smythe (A. H.) Libraries in bookstores, L.J. (34) 266-269 
Suggestions to a Library board, Lib Occ (2) 52-53 

For Library furnishers see D 24 

F3 VILLAGE LIBRARIES 

1886 W.C.W. Loughton Lopping Hall Library, L.C. (3) 142-3 
1894 Wood (B.) Yorkshire Village Libraries, L. (6) 37-41 

OrIg (J. J.) Proposal for establishment of district Libraries, L. (6) 42-44 

Brown (J. D.) Village Library problem, L. (6) 99-105 

Greenwood's Public Libraries 438-447 
1896 Baker (E. A.) Rural Public Libraries, L. (8) 298-303 

Phelps (A. R.) Evolution of a District Library, L.J. (21) 362-4 
1898 Verney (Sir E.) Village Libraries, L. (10) 25-28 

Curzon (F.) Yorkshire Village Libraries, L. (10) 29-30 

Keen (A.) Village Libraries as part of a system of technical education, 
-L. (10) 31.32 

Peck (E.) Legitimate aspirations of a Village Library, L.J. (23) 522-4 



METHODS OF RECORDING STATISTICS 259 



Clough (W. G.) Directing the reading of the young, Wis Lib Bull (i) 50-1 
Cumniings (R. R.) How to interest children in classed books, la Lib Q. 

1906 Gleeson (C. F.) Word on picture books, good and bad, P.L. (11) 171-4 
Fairy tales: principles of estimation, P.L. (11) 175-8 

Burcn (M. Van-) Children's reading, Vt L.C. Bull (2) No 3, 5-6 
Prizes ottered to children, la Lib O. (5) 122 

1907 McCurdy (M. D.) Methods to be used by Libraries working with Schools 

to encourage the use of real literature, A.L.A. Bull (1) Conf No 289-293 
Catch (R. G.) Relation of the parent and Librarian to children's reading, 

la Lib O. (5) 175-177 ^ 

Iowa Commissions interest in children's readmg, la Lib O. (5) 187 
Crafts (L. M.) President's address, Minn P. L.C. Notes {2) No 4, 37-39 
Olson (N. A.) Reading of the young person, Minn P. L.C. Notes (2) No 

4, 57-62 
Lamb (A. A.) Reading of the child, Minn P. L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 62-64 
Lawrence (L) Cultural value of books for children, Minn P. L.C. Notes 

(2) No 4, 77-80 
Peckham (G. W.) Child and the book, Wis Lib Bull (2) 90-93 

1908 Hull (G. S.) Children's reading: as a factor in their education, L.J. (33) 

123-128 
Atkinson (F. W.) Reading of the young people, L.J. (33) 129-134 
Dodd (H. P.) Undistinguished authors: their use in a children's room, 

^J- (33) 138-141 
Children's reading, P.L. (13) 158 

Briggs (L) Concerning the Juvenile Library, L.A. (6) 172-179 
Appreciation of literature, la Lib O. (5) 202-203 
What do children read? la Lib Q. (5) 203-204 
Hitchler (T.) Children's reading, N.Y.L. (i) 105-107 
Jordan (A. M.) German principles for selection of children's books, P.L. 

(^3) 1-3 
Hewins (C. M.) What you can get out of a Henty book, N.Y.L. (i) 6-8, 

Wis Lib Bull (4) 15-16 

Good juvenile books of 1907, Lib Occ No 12, g-12 

Notes on children's books, Lib Occ No 12, 1-3 

Pearson (E. L.) Amateur's notion of boys' books, A.L.A. Bull (2) 158-62 

1909 Books that boys like, P.L. (14) 140 

Hassler (H. E.) Notes on children's books taken at lectures, P.L. (14) 

136-139 
Mlers (H. A.) Golden age of readers, L.A. (7) 22-32, Discussion 32-35 
See also Juvenile Book selection, G 24 

EI35 STATISTICS— METHODS OF RECORDING, etc. 

1876 Winsor (J.) Statistics, U.S. Rept 714 

Yates (J.) Leeds indicator and statistics record, L.J. (i) 443 
Co-operation Committee of A.L.A. : Report on statistics, L.J. (1) 429-432, 

(2) 37-38 ... . . 

Poole (W. F.) Record of circulation — description of an automatic appliance 
for recording book issues, U.S. Rept 502-504 

1879 Hay (J. T.) Note on classification used in recording statistics of issues, 

L.A. Trans (2) 85-S7 

1880 Report of Statistical Committee, L.A. Trans (3) 12-14 
1883 Cutter (C. A.) Library statistics, L.J. (8) 7 

1889 ■ — Presidential address, St. Louis Conference, L.J. (14) 148 

1890 Provocative to a discussion on Library statistics, L. (2) 258-263 

1892 Biscoe (W. S.) Pamphlets, U.S. Rept 827 

1893 Method of recording statistics, Discussion by Messrs. Jones, Brett, 

Crunden, Dewey, and Cutter, L.J. (18) Conf No 72 

1894 Bolton (H. C.) Charging svstems and statistics, L.J. (19) 225-226 
1896 Bostwick (A. E.) What adults and children read, L.J. (21) 444-446 

— New method of stating circulation, L.J. (21) 96-98 
1899 Doren (E. C.) Statistics and reports, L.J. (24) 57-59 

igoo Bostwick (A. E.) Volumes and circulation : a stud}' in percentages, L.J. 
(25) Conf No 29-32 

Discussion on Library statistics, L.W. (3) 193-196 

Bostwick (A. E.) Tyranny and deceitfulness of statistics, P.L. (6) 190-192 
1901 Minto (J.) Public Library statistics, L. {N.S.) (2) 164-171 



26o BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(2) 402-404 
Wriglit (P. B.) Misleading Library statistics, L.J. (26) 274 
Teggart (F. J.) Science of Library statistics, L.J. (26) 796-800 
Maw (T. E.) Library statistics, L.W. (3) 315-316 

1902 Bostwick (A. E.) Is individual reading increasing or decreasing? L.J. 

(27) 124-125 
Sanborn (A. S.) Method of keeping statistics of expenditure, L.J. (27) 

I 007- I 008 
Daily statistics and the annual report, la Lib Q. (2) 5-6 
Reports and statistics, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 47-48 
190^ Bostwick (A. E.) Weak points in Library statistics, L.J. (28) Conf No 

81-82, P.L. (8) 356 
Stewart (J. D.) True fiction percentage, L.W. (6) 177-181 

1904 Statistical report, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 57-58 
Bostwick (A. E.) Library statistics, L.J. (29) 5-6 

1905 Elliott (G. H.) Method of popularising standard books other than novels, 

L.A.R. (7) 156-157 
Quickest method of getting the totals of the circulation statistics for the 
annual report, Wis Lib Bull (4) 60 

1907 Lancaster (A.) Library statistics, L.A.R. (9) 500-505 
Rules for counting circulation, A.L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 161 
Sex ratio of Library users, L.J. (32) 561 

Comparative Librar}' statistics, L.W. (10) 10-12 

1908 Browne (M. W.) Travelling Library statistics — League of Library 

Commissioners,. A.L.A. Bull 306-309 
Brown (J. D.) American Library statistics — a query, L.W. (10) 113-114, 

i^-J- (33) 395 ' . . r , , . 

Rathbone (F. L.) American Library statistics— an answer, L.J. (33) 506-7 
Mackenzie (G.) Reference issues, L.W. (11) 159-160 
Use of fiction catalogue, L.J. (33) 380 
Over-emphasis on circulation, N.Y.L. (i) 97-98 

For particulars relating to various methods of recording statistics, apply to — 
Library Aids Co., 29, Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth 
Library Bureau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 

E 136 REPORTS 

1888 Foster (W. E.) Necessity of giving name of State with that of City on. 

Library reports, L.J. (13) 204 

1889 Rosenau (N. S.) Co-operation of Libraries in collecting annual reports,. 

^•/- (14) 473-475 

1890 Crunden (F. M.) Library reports, L.J. (15) 198-200 

1891 Madeley (C.) Report on Fublic Library reports, L. (3) 398-399 
1896 Garland (C. H.) Librarian's annual report, L.J. (21) 65-66 

Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 82 

1899 Doren (E. C.) Statistics and reports, L.J. (24) 57-59 

1900 Hasse (A. R.) Cataloguing of annual reports, P.L. (5) 319-320 

1901 Model Library report, la Lib O. (1) 43 

1902. Official reports for Libraries, P.L. (7) 466-469 

Daily statistics and the annual report, la Lib Q. (2) 5-6 
Reports and statistics, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 47-48 

1903 Stevens (W. F.) Outline for a Library report, L.J. (28) 297 

Foster (W. E.) Essentials of a Librarv report, L.J. (28) Conf No 76-81, 

P-l^- (8) 355-356 

1904 Statistical report, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 57-58 

1905 Report of the A.L.A. Committee on Library administration, W. R. 

Eastman, C. Marvin, and H. C. Wellman, L.J. (30) Conf No 102-106 
Some attractive Library reports, la Lib O (5) ?>2, 
Marvin (C.) Notes for Librarians, Wis Lib Bull (i) 42 

1906 Willcock (W. J.) What should an annual report contain? L.A.R. (8) 

363-371. Discussion 392-397 
1908 State law of New York State regarding Library reports, N.Y.L. (i) 118-19 
Statistical reports blank issued by the Indiana Library Commission, Lib 

Occ No 12, 15-16 
Bacon (C.) Report of Committee on Library administration, A.L.A. Bull 

(2) 227-229 



TRA V ELLIN G LIBRARIES 263 



1899 Credland (VV. R.) County Councils and Village Libraries, L.A.R. (i) 763-9 
Hutchins (F. A.) Establishing Libraries in villages, US. Rept 696-700 
Denton (A.) Early parochial Libraries, L.A. (1) 200-7 

1900 Maw (T.) Village Libraries, L.W. (3) 143-5 

Phelps (A. R.) Evolution of a District Library, second stage, L.J. (27) 
Hy6-Siio 
1903 Fison (H. W.) Country Library, L.J. (28) Conf No 47-50 

1906 Farr (H.) Libraries and the counties, L.A.R. (8) 169-177, Discussion 207-16 
Daykin (J.) Village Libraries, with special reference to Yorkshire, L.A.R. 

(S) 485-7 

1907 — Village Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 365-74 

Roberts (R.) Relation of Public Libraries to the present system of educa- 
tion, L.A.R. (9) 1-14 
Library for this village : why it is needed and how it may be secured, 

N.V.L. (i) 35-37 
Eastman (VV. R.) Village Library and the farm, N.Y.L. (i) 37-40 
Hutchins (F. A.) Educational needs of hamlets, N.Y.L. (i) 73-76 , 
Libraries in villages of from 1,000 to 2,000 population, N.V.L. (i) 85-86 

1908 Bailey (L. H.) Library work for rural communities, L.J. (33) 381-385 
Discussion on J. VV. Brown's paper on Schemes for Village Libraries, 

L.A.R. (10) 598-599 
Brown (J. W.) Village Libraries: the Westmoreland scheme, L.A.R. (10) 

644-647 
Kemp (A. W.) Village Libraries : the Isle of Wight scheme, L.A.R. (10) 

647-648 
Reading lists on the extension of the Public Library, Cal News Notes 

(3) 126-128 

1909 Farr (H.) Libraries in the rural districts, L.A. (6) 389-394 
Libraries in rural communities, L.J. (34) 445-448 
Library conditions in New York, N.Y.L. (2) 12-16 
Fletcher (W. L) Anticipations, P.L. (14) 1-5 

Wynkoop (A.) Weak points in Village Libraries, N.Y.L. (i) 185-186 

See also Travelling Libraries F 4, and Home delivery of books F 6 
For Library furnishers see D 24 

F4 TRAVELLING LIBRARIES 

1877 Barry (Sir R.) Melbourne Library system of travelling Libraries, L.J. 

(2) 216-218, 279 
1892 Travelling Libraries of New York (Rules), L.J. (17) 487-488 

1895 Chandler (A. E.) Woman's Education Association, L.J. (20) 305-306, 310 

1896 Hutchins (F. A.) Travelling Libraries in farming districts, L.J. (21) 171-3 
Travelling Libraries of Philadelphia, L.J. (21) 277 

Thomson (J.) Travelling Libraries, L.J. (21) Conf No 29-31 

1897 Carter (H. J.) Travelling Libraries of Illustrations, L.J. (22) 293-294 
Hutchins (F. A.) Local supervision of Travelling Libraries, L.J. (22) 

Conf No 17-18 
Lucas (S.) Travelling Libraries in Pennsylvania, P.L. (2) 49 
Dixson (Z. A.) Travelling Libraries of University of Chicago, P.L. (2) 50 
Lamberton (G. M.) Travelling Libraries in Nebraska, P.L. (2) 51 
Moore (M. P.) Travelling Library in Colorado, P.L. (2) 54-55 

1898 Travelling Library movement : Report of Northern Minnesota Travelling 

Library Association, L.J. (23) 104 
Boardman (A.) Travelling Libraries in Ohio, L.J. (23) 104 
Hutchins (F. A.) Report on Travelling Libraries, L.J. (23) Conf No 

56-58, 148 

1899 Buchanan (H. C.) Travelling Libraries for Jersey, L.J. (24) 625 
Travelling Libraries, P.L. (4) 81 

1901 Ranck (S. H.) Forgotten Travelling Libraries, L.J. (26) 261-265 

State Library Commissions and Travelling Libraries, L.J. (26) Conf No 

56-5S, 171-183 
Dupuis (M. S.) Woman's Club and the Travelling Library, L.J. (26) 

Conf No 194-195 
Brainerd (J. M.) Public Libraries for farmers, la Lib Q. (i) 27 
Iowa Travelling Libraries, la Lib O. (i) 11-12, 22, (2) 39 

1902 Sackett (G.) Home Libraries and reading clubs, L.J. (27) Conf No 72-75 
Travelling Libraries, L.W. (4) 187-189 

Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 63-64 

1903 Discussion on Travelling Libraries and Delivery Stations, L.A.R. (5) 507-S 



264 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1904 Savage (E. A.) Delivery Stations and town Travelling Libraries, L.A.R. 

(6) 119-128 
Delaware L.C. Hdbk 65-77 

1905 Stearns (L. E.) Travelling book wagon in Wisconsin, L.J. (30) 346-7 
Public Library and allied agencies : symposium, L.J. (30) 459-472 
Countryman (G. A.) Travelling Libraries as a first step in developing 

Libraries, L.J. (30) Conf No 56-58, Discussion Conf No 159-163 
Stearns (L. E.) Travelling Libraries, P.L. (10) 76-81 
Iowa Travelling Libraries, la Lib Q. (5) 12, 25, 45, 61, 75, 89 
McPherson (G. B.) County extension, Mimi P. L.C. Notes (5) 7-9 
Sketch of the movement in Minnesota, Minn P. L.C. Notes (9) 35-36 
Travelling School Library system, Vt L.C. Bull (i) 2-4, 23-26 
Holmes (K. T.) History of the Travelling Library system of Washington, 

Wash L.A. Bull (i) No 2, 2-4 
Travelling Library of Washington, Wasli L.A. Bull (i) No 3, 11-12, (2) 

No 3, 10-12 
Stearns (L. E.) Travels of the book wagon, Wis Lib Bull (i) 14 
County Travelling Library system, Wis Lib Bull (i) 14 
State Travelling Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (i) 38 
Travelling Library topics of especial interest to Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull 

(1)67-69 
How to secure a Travelling Library, Wis Lib Bull (i) 69 
Howlett (M. H.) Travelling Library and the county reader, Wis Lib Bull 

(i) 69-70 
Titcomb (M. L.) Library wagon, ill, Wis Lib Bull (i) 70-71 
Rural free delivery. Wis Lib Bull (i) 71-72 

County systems of Travelling Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (i) 72-74 
Travelling Libraries of foreign books. Wis Lib Bull (i) 74-75 
Travelling Library and the School, Wis Lib Bull (i) 75 
Aids for study ckibs. Wis Lib Bull (i) 76-77 

1906 Titcomb (M. L.) How a small Library supplies a large number of people 

with books, L.J. (31) 51-54 
Wakeman (E. F.) Small Library as a Library centre, P.L. (11) 9 
Organization of the Library service in the L'nited States, P.L. (11) 11-12 
California Travelling Libraries, Cal Nezvs Notes (i) 89 
Iowa Travelling Libraries, la Lib O. (5) 121 

Minnesota Travelling Libraries, Minn P. L.C. Notes (7) 12-13, (9) 35-36 
Travelling Libraries of Nebraska, Neb L. Bull No i, 12-13 
Smith (C. W.) Public Library and allied agencies. Wash L.A. Bull (2) 1-2 
Diven (L. G.) Travelling Libraries of W'ashington, Wash L.A. Bull (2) 

No I, 15-16 
What enthusiastic co-operation can do, Wis L. Bull (2) 30-31 
Macdonald (K. I.) Choice of books in Travelling Libraries, Wis L. Bull 

(2) 39-43 
Study Libraries circulated by the Wisconsin Commission, Wis L. Bull (2) 

98-99 , 

1907 Daykin (J.) Village Libraries, L.A.R. (9) 365-374 

Pepcroy (B.) Tramcars as Travelling Libraries, L.W. (9) 323-327 

Iowa Travelling Libraries, la Lib Q. (5) 135, 184 

Travelling Libraries of Indiana, Lib Occ No 10, 18 

Galbreath (C. B.) Travelling Library Department, ill, Ohio Lib Bull (3) 
No 2, 1-14 

Minnesota Travelling Libraries, Minn P. L.C. Notes (2) 3-4, 80 

Morton (J.) Books in the State Travelling Libraries, Minn P. L.C. Notes 
(2) 80-82 

Netherway (J. C.) Why Librarv extension pays Washington County, 
Minn P. L.C. Notes (2)' 82-84 

Report on Public Libraries, Travelling Libraries, and Study Clubs, 
Bulletin 47, Public Libraries No 17, N.Y.S.L. Rept (90) 

New York Travelling Libraries: Rules and regulations, N.Y.L. (i) 20-21 

Eastman (W. R.) Village Library and the farm, N.Y.L. (i) 37-40 

Library for the whole state, N.Y.L. (i) 65-66 

Betteridge (G. L.) Province of the Travelling Library as a part of the 
State Library system of New York, N.Y.L. (i) 70-73 

Hutchins (F. A.) Educational needs of hamlets, N.Y.L. (i) 73-76 

Reynolds (G. H.) Travelling Libraries : their significance in our civiliza- 
tion, Wash L.A. Bull (3) 4-7 

Switzer (G. E.) Value of Travelling Libraries, Wash L.A. Bull (3) No i, 7 



SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENTS 265 

1908 Leavitt (T. W. H.) Travelling Libraries in Ontario, L.J. (33) 231-232 
Bailey (L. H.) Library work for rural communities, L.J. (33) 381-385 
Book wagon of the Washington County Free Library at Hagerstown 

(Md.), Cal Neti's Notes (3) 101-102 
King Oscar's Travelling Library of Swedish books, Minn P.L.C. Notes 

(3) 109 

Travelling Libraries of Indiana, Lib Occ No 11, 15-16, No 12, 18 

Stearns (L. E.) Travelling Libraries — League of Library Commissions, 
A.L.A. Bull (2) 305-306, P.L. (13) 276-277 

Browne (M. W.) Travelling Library statistics — League of Library Com- 
missions, A.L.A. Bull (2) 306-309 

Brown (J. W.) Village Libraries : the Westmoreland scheme, L.A.R. (10) 
644-647, Discussion 598-599 

Kemp (A. W.) Village Libraries : the Isle of Wight scheme, L.A.R. (10) 
647-648 

1909 Farr (H.) Libraries in the rural districts, L.A. (6) 389-394 

Clarke (M.) How one township Library sends out books. Lib Occ (2) 55-56 
Travelling Libraries for township and counties, Ohio Bull (5) No 3, 11-18 
Travelling Libraries in Northern Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull (5) 103 
Fifth Biennial Report of Indiana Public Library Commission, 26-33, 86-87 
See also Village Libraries F 3, and Home Delivery of Books F6 

F5 TRAVELLING LIBRARY OF PICTURES 

1897 Carter (H. J.) Travelling Libraries of illustrations, L.J. (22) 293-294 

Taner (M. E.) Travelling Library of pictures, P.L. (2) 263-266 
1902 New York State Library Report (85) 54 

F6 HOME DELIVERY OF BOOKS 

1893 Local delivery and Library influence : scheme to provide a delivery by 
Cambridge (Mass.) Library, L.J. (18) 82 

1901 House-to-house delivery of books (Springfield, Mass.), L.J. (26) 273 
Stearns (L. E.) Rural free delivery and the Library, L.J. (26) 274-5 

1902 Home delivery of books, P.L. (7) 366-7 

1905 Forrest (G. E.) House-to-house delivery of books, L.J. (30) 338-40 
Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-167, 215-217, 259-261 
Rural free delivery. Wis Lib Bull (i) 71-72 

1906 Wakeman (E. F.) Small Library as a Library centre, P.L. (11) 9 

1907 Home Libraries of New York, N.Y.L. (i) 21 

See also Travelling Libraries F 4, and Village Libraries F 3 

F7 HOME LIBRARIES 

1884 Bennett (W. Z.) Circulating books of Scientific Societies by mail, L.J. 
(19) 176 
Birtwe 1 (C. W.) Home Libraries, L.J. (19) Conf No 9-13 
Cutler (M. S.) Home Libraries, L.J. (19) Conf No 13-14. ' 1896: L.J. (21) 
60-62 
1897 Sharp (K. L.) Home Libraries for children, 2iid hit Conf 239 
1899 New York Circulating Library's system of Home Libraries, L.J. (24) 34 
Thelberg (E.) The Home and the Library : a plea for a closer connection, 
L.J. (24) 145-147 
igo2 Sackett (G.) Home Libraries and Reading Clubs, L.J. (27) Conf No 72-5 

F8 SUBSCRIPTION DEPARTMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH PUBLIC 
LIBRARIES 

1878 Briscoe (J. P.) Subscription Libraries in connection with Public Libraries, 

L.A. Trans (i) 19-23 
1893 Waite (J. K.) Subscription Library in connection with a Public Librarv, 

L. (5) 40-47 
1905 Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-167, 215-217, 259-261 

1908 Sm th (S.) Brief note on an experiment in connection with a Subscription 

Library, L.A.R. (10) 19-23. (Subscribing for loan collections of books) 
Huck (T. W.) Borrowing of new books from Subscription Libraries, 
L.A.R. (10) 475-476 
See also G 13 



266 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



F9 LIBRARY POST— EFFORTS MADE TO SECURE REDUCED POSTAL 
RATES FOR LIBRARY BOOKS 

1886 Discussion on a Library post, L.J. (11) 356 

1899 Cheap book post, P.L. (4) 

1900 Bill to establish a Library post, L.J. (25) 31, 56, 68; N.Y.L. Club Discus- 

sion 132-133; A.L.A. Comm Report 287, Conf No 114; A.L.A. Council 
action 293, Conf No 114; California Library Association 294 
Library post, P.L. (5) 95, 167-168, 176, 393 

1901 Decision of Postmaster-General, L.J. (26) iic,-i2o, 140 
Scott (W.) Cheap Library post, L.J. (26) 225 

A.L.A. Discussion, L.J. (26) Conf No 176-177, A.L.A. Council resolutions 

Conf No 206-207 
Michigan Library Association resolutions, L.J. (26) 879 
Library post, P.L. (6) 176, 209, 227, 489, 504 
Rural "delivery of Library books, P.L. (6) 384 

1902 Library Post Bill re-introduced, L.J. (27) 83 

Dewey (^L) Cheap Library post movement, L.J. (27) 754 
Library Post Bill, P.L. (7) 74, 342, 359 

1903 Postal rates reduced for Library books, A.L.A. Committee on, L.J. (28) 25 
Resolution and approval by Massachusetts Library Club, L.J. (28) 123 
Report of A.L.A. Committee, L.J. (28) Conf No 167-168, Council resolu- 
tions Conf No 226 

Library post, P.L. (8) 120 

1904 Opportunity for reduced postal rates for Library books, L.J. (29) 56 
A.L.A. Committee Report, L.J. (29) Conf No 204, Council resolutions 601, 

Conf No 236 
Library post, Rept of Libn of Cong 98 

1905 Bill for a Library post, L.J. (30) 24-25; A.L.A. Report of Committee, L.J. 

(30) 27, 89 
Possibilities of Library post, L.J. (30) 392; Report of A.L.A. Committee, 

L.J. (30) Conf No 144 
Stearns (L. E.) Rural free delivery for Library books, L.J. (30) Conf No 

162-163 
Library Post Bill in Congress, P.L. (10) 39, 75 
Free transmission of books and pamphlets in embossed type, P.L. (10) 533 

1906 Bill for a Library post, L.J. (31) 93, 125 
Report of Postmaster-General, L.J. (31) 105-106 

Bostwick (A. E.) Free mail transmission of Library books, L.J. (31) 124 
Propo-ed modifications to bill, L.J. (31) 106; Committee on, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 279-281 
Resolutions of the Wisconsin Library Association, L.J. (31) 181, P.L. (11) 

219 
Dyer (B. L.) On special rates for carriage of Library books, P.L. (11) 342 
Text of amended bill, with comments, P.L. (11) 63, 67, 451 

1907 Library post in New Zealand, L.J. (32) 153 

Library Post Bill re-introduced, possible concessions, L.J. (32) 50, 541, P.L. 
(12) 264 

1908 Proposal for a local parcels post on free rural routes, L.J. (33) 484 

FIO METHODS OP REACHING THE PUBLIC— FUNCTIONS OF LIBRARIES 

1878 Devices to induce practical use of books, L.J. (3) 126, 159 

1880 Foster (W. E.) Methods of securing the interest of a community, L.J. (5) 

245-247 
1882 Ward (J. W.) Public Libraries and the public, L.J. (7) 167 

Ballinger (J.) Jottings from my note-book, L. A.M.N. (3) 2-6 
1884 Hubbard (J. M.) How to use a Library, L.J. (9) 25-29 

1887 Brett (W. H.) Some other book, L.J. (12) 505-507 

1891 Green (S. S.) Presidential address — San Francisco Conference, L.J. (16) 

Conf No 2-3 
1892-3 Cole (G. W.) Library extension, U.S. Rept 715 
1893 Cowell (P.) How to popularize a Free Library, L.J. (18) 461-465 

1896 Means of popularizing the Boston Public Library, L.J. (21) 277 

1897 Dana (J. C.) Hear the other side, L.J. (21) Conf No 1-5 

1898 Briscoe (J. P.) How to extend the Library movement, L. (8) 73-76 

1899 McGraw (Miss) How to develop interest in the Library, P.L. (4) 27-30 
Methods of reaching the public, L.J. (23) 240 

1900 Stanley (H. M.) Suggestion for annotation of books, L.J. (25) 104 



METHODS OF REACHING THE PUBLIC 267 



1901 Harris (W. J.) How to popularize a Public Library (Cotgreave Prize 

Essay), L.A. (3) 49-51 _ , , 

Lyster (T. W.) Modern Public Library : its characteristics and work, 

L.A.R. (3) 26-28 ^ , , ^ 

Barrett (R. C.) F'evv brief words about Libraries, la Lib O. (i) 26 

1902 Hills (A.) Public Library and the people, L.J. (27) 15-17 

Lewin (P. E.) Some anticipated developments of Library practice, L.W, 

(5) 16-18 ^ , ^ 

Towner (H. M.) Obligation of the citizen to the Library, la Lib O. (2) 25-7 
Brigham (J.) Library extension in the State of Iowa, la Lib O. (2) 17-18 
Library extension, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 54-64 

1903 Grinling (C. H.) Libraries as workshops, L.A.R. (5) 405-410. Discussion 

425-429 

1904 Brown (J. D.) Public utilization of existing Libraries, L. (N.S.) (5) 93-102 
Jast (L. S.) Library extension work in Great Britain, L.J. (29) Conf No 

34-37 
Haworth (F.) Social aspect of the Public Library movement, L. IF. (7) 

169-174 
Gurd (N.) How to deepen public interest in the Library, P.L. (9) 222-224 
Mission of a Library, la Lib Q. (4) 36-37 

1905 Elliott (G. H.) Method of popularizing standard books other than novels, 

L.A.R. (7) 155-160 
Libraries for men, L.J. (30) 408-409 

Birge (E. A.) Library extension, P.L. (10) 163-167, 215-217, 259-261 
Pratt (L. W.) Public Library work, Wash L.A. Bull (i) No i, 7-8 
190b Crunden (F. M.) Public Library as a factor in industrial progress, 

L. (N.S.) (7) 384-396 
Hill (F. P.) One phase of Library development, L.J. (31) Conf No 3-9 
Stearns (L. E.) Innovation in Library meetings — Discussion by " Lay- 
men " on various Libraries, L.J. (31) 55-57 
Faunce (W. H. P.) Library as a factor in modern civilization, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 18-20 
Boody (D. A.) Relation of Libraries to municipal government, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 28-30 
Wadlin (H. G.) Public Library as a Municipal institution from the adminis- 
trative standpoint, L.J. (31) Conf No 30-34 
Graver (H. W.) Library in rdation to special classes of readers, L.J. (31) 

Conf No 72-75 
Garvin (E.) Use of the industrial collections at Providence Public Library, 

L.J. (31) Conf No 76-78 
Richardson (E. C.) Library in the community, L.J. (31) 107-111 
Connolly (L.) Remarks on the art of using a Library, L.J. (31) 308-311 
Use of the industrial collection in Brooklyn Library, L.J. (31) Conf No 

230-231 
Rockwell (A. G.) What's the u'-e of a Public Library? L.J. (31) 808-811 
Putnam (H.) How to use the Library, Springfield Lib Bull (26) 368-370 
Dana (J. C.) Making a Library useful, Vt L.C. Bull (i) 18-22 
Bullock (W. I.) Encouragement in Library work, P.L. (11) 500-502 
Thwaites (R. G.) Sphere of the Library, P.L. (11) 3-5 
Ames (C. W.) National materialism and the Public Library, Minn P. L.C. 

Notes (9) 4-13 
Some points from Miss Hewin's address, Vt L.C. Bull (i) 18-22 
How can patronage of a Library be increased, Wis Lib Bull (2) 20 
Suggestions as to placards. Wis Lib Bull (2) 52 
1907 Brown (C. H.) Use of scientific and technical books, A. L.A. Bull (i) 

Conf No 163-165 
Lee (G. W.) Library and the business man, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 169 
Yates (A. H.) Need of a connection between the Public Library and the 

Theatre, L.A. (5) 253-256 
Redgrave (L. J.) Public Library book extension service, L.A. (5) 290-292 
Bailey (A. L.) How shall the Library help the working man? L.J. (32) 

198-201 
Arnold (G. F.) Value of the Public Library to the working man, P.L. (12) 

4-7 
Conklin (W. J.) Library flotsam and jetsam, P.L. (12) 1-4, 45-47 
Mason (J.) Business men and the Public Library, P.L. (12) 390-391 
Smith (C. W.) What the communit}' owes to the Public Library, L.J. (32) 

315-317 



268 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Bookless Libraries, L.W. (lo) 45-46 

Extracts from Mr. Legler's address, 7a Lib O. (5) 154 

Nelson (M. A.) What is the Library to the business man? Minn P.L.C. 

Notes (2) 49-50 
Ingersoll (F. G.) Professional man's use of the Library, Minn P.L.C. 

Notes (2) 50-52 
Hutchins (F. A.) Enlarg-ing the field of the small Library, Minn P.L.C. 

Notes (2) No 4, 39-43 
Pyle (J. G.) Newspaper and the Library, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) 52-55 
Nethaway (J. C.) Why Library extension pays Washington County, Minn 

P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 82-84 
Buckley (J. P.) Library and the workers, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) 83-87 
Brown (A. N.) Library and the newspaper. Wash L.A. Bull (3) 1-3 
Buell (H. C.) Library and its functions. Wis Lib Bull (3) 17-21 
Palmer (M.) Some collateral phases of Library activity, Wis Lib Bull (3) 

29-30 
A Live Library, Vt L.C. Bull (2) No 4, 1-3 

1908 Public Libraries and the working man, L.J. (33) 81-82 
Industrial possibilities of Public Libraries, L.J. (33) 100 
Books for men in shops, L.J. (33) 100 

Coolidge (J. R.) junr. Functions of Libraries in village improvement, 

I^-J- (33) 240-241 
Tripp (G. H.) Library as a social force, L.J. (33) 241-242 
Library functions, L.J. (33) 379, N.Y.L. (i) 99-100 

Vincent (G. E.) Individualizing duty of the Library, P.L. (13) 391-397 
Freeman (M.) Library and the outside world, L.J. (33) 488-492, P.L. (13) 

417-418 
McCollough (E. F.) Reaching the reading public. Wis Lib Bull (4) 88-89 
Wellman (H. C.) Library should be known, P.L. (13) 83-84 
Thomas-Stanford (C.) Extension of the Library movement to the country 

districts, L.A.R. (10) 432-438 
Brief sketch of the development of county Libraries in U.S., Cal News 

Notes (3) 123-126 
Reading list on the extension of the Public Library, Cal News Notes (3) 

129-133 
Ripley (L. W.) County Free Library extension, Cal News Notes (3) 303- 

304, L.J. (33) 445-446 
Huntting (H. R.) Public Library from business man's standpoint, P.L. 

(13) 335-338 

1909 Isom (M. F.) County Library system in Multnomah County, Oregon, Cal 

News Notes (4) 259-262 
Ripley (L. W.) County Library system in Sacramento County, Cal Neivs 

Notes (4) 262-264 
Eddy (H. G.) Elk Grove Station of the Sacramento County Library, Cal 

News Notes (4) 264-266 
County Library system for California : what it is, how to proceed in estab- 
lishing it, etc., Cal News Notes (4) 423-431 
Library and the foreigner, L.J. (34) 439-440 
Libraries in rural communities, L.J. (34) 445-448 
Hobart (F.) Reaching the rural population, P.L. (14) 373-376 
Clark (M.) How one township Library sends out books. Lib Occ (2) 55-56 
Friedley (G.) Work of a County Library, Lib Occ (2) 29 
Hayward (C. A.) Advertising the Libraries, P.L. (14) 7-10 
Wilson (L. N.) Common sense in Library matters, P.L. (14) 168-173 
Carver (E.) Library advertising, Penn Lib Notes (2) No 3, 2-5 
Haines (H. E.) Library legislation in California, L.J. (34) 167-168 
Congdon (M. L.) How one Library serves the townspeople, Vt L.C. Bull 

(5) 3-4 

See also Consolidation schemes E 4 

Fll LIBRARY ADVERTISING 

1877 Wright (W. H. K.) On the best means of promoting the Free Library 

movement, L.J. (2) 1 19-125 
1880 Foster (W. E.) Methods of securing the interest of the community, L.J. 

.(5) 245-247 

1882 Pink (J.) Advertisement circular of Cambridge Public Library, L.A. M.N. 

(3) 15-16 

1883 Humphrey (G. R.) Librarians and the working classes, L.A. M.N. (4) 58-61 



LIBRARY EXTENSION 269 



1886 How to keep Library circulars (preservation and classification),. 

L.N. (U.S.) (i) 285-8 
1891 Brown (J. D.) Miscellaneous appliances : enamelled tablets suspended to 

lampposts, L. (3) 395-396 

1895 Dana (J. C.) Advertising a Library, L.J. (20) 88 

1896 Crunden (F. M.) Library advertising, L.J. (21) 327 
Stearns (L. E.) Advertising a Library, L.J. (21) Conf No 37 
Chandler (E. M.) " Do," advice based on experience of Librarians, L.J. 

(21) Conf No 43-6 

1897 Hazeltine (M. E.) Advertising a Library, L.J. (22) Conf No 74-9 

1899 Freeman (M. W.) Management of small Public Libraries, L.J. (24) Conf 

No 76-80 

1900 Hamilton (E. A.) Show windows in a Library, P.L. (5) 422-4 

1901 Advertising a Library through pay envelopes, L.J. (26) 78 
Rest Rooms, la Lib O. (i) 25 

1904 Library advertising, P.L. (9) 14 

Wright (P. B.) Some methods of advertising a Library, la Lib Q. (4) 33-6 

1905 Smith (B. S.) Methods of securing better reading, P.L. (10) 171-173 
Gaillard (E. W.) Experiment in School Library work, L.J. (30) 201-204 
Milner (A. V.) Artistic advertising, P.L. (10) 356 

Poirier (L. M.) Popular Library advertising, Minn P.L.C. Notes No 5, 9-11 
Sterner (M.) Library advertising, Minn P.L.C. Notes No 5, 11-12 
Bowerman (G. F.) Library advertising, P.L. (10) 335-9 

1906 Adams (E. L.) Bulletin work of the Plainfield, N.J., Public Library, L.J. 

(31) 23-24 
Gaillard (E. W.) One way to popularize the Library, P.L. (11) 12-14 
Library wants : a suggestion, P.L. (11) 23 
Library hints: advertising, P.L. (11) 72-73 
Wilder (E.) Popularizing a Library, P.L. (11) 114-7 
Wright (P. B.) Reaching the people, L.J. (31) Conf No 86-88, Discussion 

Conf No 258-259, P.L. (11) 237-240 
Library wants. Lib Work (i) 52 

1907 Bailey (A. L.) How shall the Library help the working man? L.J. (32) 

198-201 
Schuyler (E.) Plea for emphasizing the human element in our Libraries, 

P.L. (12) 167-170 
Arnold (L. B.) Library advertising. Lib Occ No 8, 1-3 
Sikes (L. M.) Advertising the children's room. Lib Occ No 10, 1-2 

1908 Wellman (H. C.) Practical economics of publicity, L.J. (33) 240 
Library membership, P.L. (13) 126-127 

Library hints, P.L. (13) 151 

Three ways of raising Library money, Vt L.C. Bull (3) No 4, 3-4 
Baker (E. A.) Advertising dodges, L.A.R. (10) 430-431 
Recht (C.) Working man and the Library, P.L. (13) 303-304 
McCoI'ough (E. F.) Reaching the reading public. Wis Lib Bull (4) 88-89 
Freeman (M. W.) Relation of the Library to the outside world; or, the 
Library and publicity, L.J. (33) 488-492 

1909 Hayward (C. A.) Advertising Libraries, P.L. (14) 7-10 

Wilson (L. N.) Common sense in Library matters, P.L. (14) 168-173 
For particulars relating to various methods of advertising, apply to — 
Stanley Russell & Co., Colonial House, Tooley Street, S.E. 

F12 LIBRARY EXTENSION— RELATIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC LIBRARIES 
AND PUBLIC EDUCATION 

1881 Warren (C.) Place of Libraries in a system of education, L.J. (6) 90-93, 
Discussion 136-137 
Robinson (O. H.) Relation of Libraries to College work, L.J. (6) 97-104 
1884 Earned (J. N.) Public Libraries and Public education, L.J. (9) 6-12 
1886 Woodruff (E. H.) University Libraries and seminary methods of instruc- 
tion, L.J. (11) 219-224 
1888 Dewey (M.) Libraries as related to the educational work of the state, 
L.N. (U.S.) (^) 333-340 
Earned (J. N.) Experiment in University extension, L.J. (13) 75-76 

1890 Lancaster (A.) Public Libraries and technical education, L. (2) 103-110 

1891 Mowey (W. A.) Relation of the Public Library to education, L.J. (16) 

301-303 

1892 Thompson (J. B.) University extension, L.J. (17) Conf No 39-41 



270 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



1894 Larned (J. N.) Presidential address, Lake Placid Conference, L./. (19) 

Conf No 1-4 
Greenwood's Public Libraries 420-437 
Montg-oniery (T. L.) Report on Public Libraries and University extension, 

L.J. (19) Conf No 64-67 

1895 Utley (H. M.) State in relation to Public Libraries, L.J. (20) Conf No 1-4 
1897 Crunden (F. M.) Books and text-books : the Library as a factor in 

education, 2nd Int Conf 46-54, Discussion 232 

1899 Fetter (H. G.) Relation of the Library to the study club, P.L. (4) 78-80 
Moulton (R. (;.) Many-sidedness of University extension, L.J. (23) Conf 

No 142-144 

1900 Newcombe (C. F.) On Library Readers' Unions : their value and possi- 

bilities, L.A.R. (2) 623-629 
Note on Mr. Of^Ie's report on the connection between the Public Library 
and the Public Elementary School, L.W. (i) 125 

1901 Oirle (J. ].) Mutual relationship of Public Library and the Technical 

School, L.A.R. (3) 567-571 . , . . „ , . 

1903 Briscoe (J. P.) Libraries and reading- circles, L.A.R. (5) 219-224 
McKnight (E.) Public Libraries and University extension, L.A.R. (5> 

270-275 
— Public Libraries and Higher education : Oxford University Extension 

Conference, L.A.R. (5) 411-416 
Thompson (H. M.) Relations between public education and Public 

Libraries, L.A.R. (5) 452-466, Discussion 496-497 
Work of the National Home Reading Union in its bearing upon the 

educational use of the Public Library, L.A.R. (5) 489-493 
Hill (A.) Public Libraries and the National Home Reading Lhiion, 

L.A.R. (5) 615-622 
Public education and Public Libraries — the Oxford Conference, L.W. (6) 

61-66 

1904 Wright (M. R.) Public Reference Library and higher education, L.A.R. 

(6) 433-437, Discussion 465-467 

Conference on the relations between public education and Public Libraries, 

L.A.R. (6) 471-474 
Preliminary report of Committee on public education and Public Libraries, 

L.A.R. (6) 53S-542 
Axon (W.. E. A.) Library in relation to knowledge and life, L.J. (29) 

Conf No 16-22 

1905 Macnamara (T. J.) Relation of the Public Library to Public education, 

L.A. (5) 15-23 
Report of Committee on Public Education and Public Libraries, L.A.R. 

(7) 547-55-^ , r. .,. 
Tedder (H. R.) Report of Committee on public education and Public 

Libraries, L.A.R. (7) 611-617 

Kroeger (A. B.) Place of the Library in technical education, L.J. (30) 393-9 

Public Library and allied agencies, L.J. (30) 459-474 

Scybold (S. V.) University extension and Public Libraries, P.L. (10) 512-4 

1906 Conference of Library and educational authorities, L.A.R. (8) 265-277 
Bailey (Sir W. H.) Free Libraries and education, L.A.R. (8) 467 
Relation of Public Libraries to the present system of education, L.A.R. 

(8) 491-492 

Smith (C. W.) Public Library and allied agencies, Wash L.A. Bull (2). 
No I, 1-2 

1907 Wynkoop (A.) Where should state aid and a local responsibility begin in 

Library extension, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 238-243 
Redg-rave (L. J.) Book extension service, L.A. (5) 290-2 
Roberts (R.) Relation of Public Libraries to the present system of educa- 
tion, L.A.R. (9) 1-14 
Ogle (J. J.) Public Libraries and public education (a letter), L.A.R. (9) 

47-8 
Public Libraries and the Board of Education, L.A.R. (9) 493-5 
Paton (J. B.) and L. S. Jast. New proposals in regard to the Public 

Libraries by the National Home Reading- Union, L.A.R. (9) 637-42 
W^ork with the Education Department of the London County Council, 

L.A.R. (9) 663-4 
Leg-ler (H. E.) Certain phases of Library extension, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf 
No 96-101, L.J. (32) 303-7 



LIBRARY AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 271 

Group study plans of Wisconsin Library Commission in co-operation with 

the University Extension Division, Wis Lib Bull (3) 41-42 
Brown (T. H.) Art of prog-ramme making, Wis Lib Bull (3) 73-75 

1908 Baker (E. A.) Librarians and the N.H.R.U., L.A.R. (10) 5-6 

New development of the National Home Reading Union, L.A.R. (10) 485-8 
Paton (J. B.) Public Libraries and the National Home Reading- Union, 

L.A.R. (10) 488-497 
Study outlines. Wis Lib Bull (4) 19 
Reeves (P.) Books in relation to Libraries, L.A. (6) 21 1-2 14, Discussion 

214-215 
Johnston (W. D.) Library of the Bureau of Education in its relation to 

other pedag-ogical collections (College and Reference Section), A. L.A. 

Bull (2) 338-341 

1909 College and Reference section of A. L.A. Conference, L.J. (34) 367, P.L. 

(h) 310 

See also Libraries and Schools E 130, and Work with Children E 123 

F13 LIBRARY IN RELATION TO INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

1883 Humphrey (G. R.) Librarians and the working classes, L.A. M.N. (4) 

58-61 
1887 Sanders (M. A.) Possibilities of Public Libraries in manufacturing com- 
munities, L.J. (12) 395-400 
1892 Soule (C. C.) Library and the industrial classes, L.J. (17) go-92 
1894 Libraries and technical education, Greenwood's Public Libraries 479-485 
1897 Freeman (M. W.) Management of small Libraries, L.J. (23) 79-80 
1901 Advertising the Library through pay envelopes, L.J. (26) 28 

1905 Kroeger (A. B.) Place of the Library in technical education, L.J. (30) 393-9 
Law (H. E.) Public Library as a business proposition, L.J. (^o) 405 
Libraries for men, L.J. (30) 408-409, la Lib O. (5) 62-63 

Stewart (J. D.) Technical education and Public Libraries in England, P.L. 
(10) 455-457 

1906 Crunden (F. M.) Public Library as a factor in industrial progress, 

L. {N.S.) (7) 384-396 
Craver (H. W.) Library in relation to special classes of readers — supply 

and use of technological books, L.J. (31) Conf No 72-75 
Garvin (E.) Use of the industrial collections at Providence Library, L.J. 

(31) Conf No 76-78 
Wright (P. B.) Some methods of Library advertising, L.J. (31) Conf No 

86-88, P.L. (11) 237-240, la Lib O. (5) 159 
Use of industrial collections in Brooklyn Library, L.J. (31) Conf No 230-31 
Canfield (J. H.) Library methods in the business world, P.L. (11) 244-246 

1907 Brown (C. H.) Use of scientific and technical books, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf 

No 163-165 
Lee (G. W.) Library and the business man, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 169 
Bailey (A. L.) How shall the Library help the working man? L.J. (32) 

198-201 
Hopwood (H. V.) Technical Libraries, L.A. (5) 270-274 
Arnold (S. F.) Value of the Public Library to the working man, P.L. (12) 

4-7 
Mason (J.) Business men and the Public Library, P.L. (12) 390-391 
Buckley (J. P.) Library and the workers, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 48-9 
Nelson (M. O.) What is the Library to the business man? Minn P.L.C. 

Notes (2) No 4, 49-50 
Ingersoll (T. G.) Professional man's use of the Public Library, Minn 

P.L.C. Notes (2) No 4, 50-52 

1908 Public Libraries and the working man, L.J. (33) 81-82 
Industrial possibilities of Public Libraries, L.J. (33) 100 

Yust (W. F.) Industrial possibilities of Southern Libraries, L.J. (33) 99 

Books for men in shops, L.J. (33) 100 

Poray (A.) Library work in factories, P.L. (13) 73-77 

Fiske (A. J.) Human element in Library work in a mining district, P.L. 

(13)78-81 
Foss (S. W.) Library and industrial workers : carry the Library to the 

workers, P.L. (13) 82-83 
Wellman (H. C.) Library and industrial workers, P.L. (13) 83-84 
Parsons (M.) Library and the working man, P.L. (13) 84-85 
Recht (C.) Working man and the Library, P.L. (13) 303-304 



272 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Huntting (H. R.) Public Library from the business man's standpoint, P.L. 

(13) 335-339 , . , ., , . , , r t • 

Darling (G. R.) Stout Institute Library and its method of reaching 

technical students, Wis Lib Bull (4) 90-91 
1909 Wright (P. B.) Library and the mechanic, L.]. (34) 532-538 

Evans (G. H.) Aids to the technical and industrial work, L.J. (34) 100-103 
Morningstern (W. B.) Technical department of the Free Public Library of 

Newark, L.J. (34) 104-106 
Stevens (E. F.) Industrial literature and the industrial public at the Pratt 

Institute Library, L.J. (34) 95-99 

F14 LIBRARIES AS SOCIAL CENTRES AND RELATIONS BETWEEN 
LIBRARIES AND CLUBS 

1894 Mechanics' Institutes, Workmen's Clubs, and their relation to Public 
Libraries, Green-wood's Public Libraries 485-493 

1898 Davidson (H. A.) Special needs of Study Clubs, L.J. (23) Conf No 158 
Taylor (L M.) Co-operation between Public Libraries and Y.M.C. Associa- 
tions, L.J. (23) 518 

1899 Browning (E. G.) How W' omen's Clubs may help the Library movement, 

L.J. (24) Conf No 18-20 
Fetter (H. G.) Relation of the Library to the Study Club, P.L. (4) 78-80 

1900 Hodge (G. B.) Library and the Young Men's Christian Association, L.J. 

(25) 733-736 . , -, , . 

1901 Work of State Library Associations and Women's Clubs in advancing 

Library interests : Round Table Meeting, L.J. (26) Conf No 183-195 

1902 Library and Women's Clubs, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 61-62 

1903 Suggestions to District Library Clubs by New York State Library Associa- 

tion, L.J. (28) 722 
Davidson (J. W.) Club and the Library, la Lib O. (3) 17-20 
Nash (G. R.) How one club maintains a Library, la Lib O. (3) 22-24 
Fletcher (T. J.) Relation of the Library to the Study Club, la Lib O. (3) 

63-64 ~ . 

1905 McKnight (E.) Libraries and recreation, L.A.R. (7) 72-76 
Bowerman (G. F.) Library advertising, P.L. (10) 335-339 

Haworth (F.) Social aspects of the Public Library movement, L.W. (7) 

169-174 
Smith (B. S.) What a club woman has a right to expect from a Public 

Library, la Lib Q. (5) 34-39 
Studv Libraries for small clubs, Wis Lib Bull (i) 52 
Aids'for Study Clubs, Wis Lib Bull (i) 76-77 
Library and the Woman's Club, Wis Lib Bull (i) 92 
Groups of books for Study Clubs of Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull (i) 97-98 

1906 Stearns (L. E.) Innovation in Library meetings, L.J. (31) 55-57 
Birge (E. A.) Books and life, L.J. (31) 203-211 

Stewart (C.) Libraries in relation to settlement work, L.J. (31) Conf No 

82-85, Discussion 231-232 
Library and the club, Ind L.C. Bull No 31, 1-2 
McCullough (E.) Library smoking-room, P.L. (11) 259 
Hitt (I. A.) Library aids to Study Clubs, Wash L.A. Bull (2) No 4, 9-10 
Countryman (G.) Library as a social centre, Minn P. L.C. Notes No 5, 3-5, 

P.L. (11) 5-7 
Catlin (M.) Library club-room for men, Wis Lib Bull (2) 29-30 

1907 Wadlin (H. G.) Report of Committee on Social Education Congress, 

A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 116 
Bostwick (A. E.) Library as the educational centre of a town, P.L. (12) 

171-174 
Report on Public Libraries, Travelling Libraries, and Study Clubs in 

State of New York, Bulletin 47, Public Libraries 17, N.Y.S.L. Rept (90) 
Legler (H. E.) Phases of Library extension, A. L.A. Bull (i) Conf No 

96-101, L.J. (32) 303-307 
Heatwole (E. R.) Club work at the Goshen Library (Ind.), Lib Occ 

No 10, 5-6 
Redgrave (S. J.) Public Library book extension service, L.A. (5) 290-292 

1908 Stevens (W. F.) Library and Study Clubs, L.J. (^3) 181-182 
Pleasants (L. L.) Place of the Library in the social life of a small town. 

P.L. (13) 7-8, Wis Lib Bull (3) 84 



CO-OPERATIVE WORK FOR THE BLIND 273 



Macpherson (M. K.) Conversation room or a study alcove, Wis Lib Bull 

(3) ^5 
Tripp (G. H.) Library as a social force, L.J. (33) 241-242 

Study Club Libraries, Lib Occ (2) i8-iq 

Club Libraries, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 7, 138 

Club books in Libraries, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 6, 116 

Sheldon (C. B.) Public Library and Women's Clubs, L.J. (33) 513-514 

Outlines and material dealing with current events and miscellaneous 

subjects. Wis Lib Bull (4) 82-84 
1909 Hicks (F. C.) Public Library in political theory and in practice, L.J. (34) 

197-199 
Roberts (K. L.) Club women and programs, P.L. (14) 205-208 
Chipman (K. A.) Work with clubs, P.L. (14) 256-257 

Adams (E. L.) Social opportunity of the Public Library, P.L. (14) 247-249 
Clark (M. V.) Why the Public Library is a fruitful field for the club 

woman, la Lib O. (6) 43-44 
Hasse (A. R.) Social opportunity of the Public Library, P.L. (14) 344-345 

F141 LIBRARIES AS HOLIDAY BUREAUS 

1909 Dixon (H.) Library as a holiday bureau, L. IF. (11) 480-481 

Warner (J.) Holiday literature and picture exhibitions, L.W. (12) 49-54 

F15 LEGISLATIVE AND MUNICIPAL REFERENCE WORK 

1905 Wisconsin's Legislative reference department, L.J. (30) Conf No 242-246, 

Wis Lib Bull (2) 53-56 
Legislative reference work, Ohio Bull (1) No 8, 2 

1906 Legislative reference work, OJiio Bull (i) No 11, 2 

Establishment of legislative reference department in Indiana, Ind L.C. 

Bull No 14, 1-2 
Lister (C. B.) Legislative reference, Ind L.C. Bull No 17, 1-2 

1907 Brigham (J.) Legislative reference work without an appreciation, A.L.A. 

Bull (i) Conf No 200-213 
Wallis (M. S.) Legislative reference work in Baltimore, L.J. (32) 562-563 
Hadley (C.) Municipal reference work, P.L. (12) 232-234 
Ranck (S. H.) Public Library as a part of the Municipal Government, 

L.J. (32) 432-433. P-L. (12) 385:387 
Mowry (D. £.) Reference Libraries in cities — Baltimore as a type, P.L. 

(12) 387-389 
Bruncken (E.) Legislative reference^ Cal News Notes (2) 96-105 
Darlow (G.) Municipal section of a Public Library, P.L. (13) 4-6 

1908 Woodruff (C. R.) Legislative reference work and its opportunities, P.L. 

(13). 300-303 

Municipal Reference Library in Milwaukee, Wis Lib Bull (4) 18 

Allen (W. H.) Bureau of inunicipal research, L.J. (33) 401 

Briggs (W. B.) Public Library and the City Government, or what Public 
Libraries should do for municipal departments and officials, L.J. (33) 
385-390 

Whitten (R. H.) Proposed Library of municipal affairs and city depart- 
ment Libraries, L.j. (33) 224-226 

McCaribv (C.) City Library as a business investment, A.L.A. Bull (2) 
190-197 

Kennedy (J. P.) Legislative reference work and its opportunities (National 
Association of State Librarians), A.L.A. Bull (2) 278-284 

Aldermen learning value of a Library, Wis Lib Bull (4) 112 

1909 Legislative Reference Library, Wis Lib Bull (5) 101-102 

F 16 COOPERATIVE WORK OF LIBRARIES TO PROVIDE BOOKS FOR 
THE BLIND 

1898 Utley (H. M.) Books for the blind, L.J. (23) Conf No 93-95 

1906 Neisser (E. R.) Books for the blind, L.J. (31) Conf No '78-82, Discussion 

224-229 
Dickinson (A. D.) National Library for the blind, L.J. (31) 218, P.L. (11) 
308-309 

1907 Thomson (J.) Library work amongst the blind, A.L.A. Bull (i) 46-47 

1908 Catalogue of the National Lending Library for the Blind (notice), L.A.R. 

(10) 300-301 
Co-operative work for the blind at Salt Lake, Utah, P.L. (13) 333 



274 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind — Reference 

Library of books relating to the blind, L.J. (33) 77-78 
Clark (B. H.) Some unusual experiences in the work of a blind Librarian, 

I-J- (33) 393-4 
1909 Roebuck (G. E.) Books for the blind (a letter), L.A.R. (11) 611-612 

Gillis (M. R.) California State Library for the Blind, L.J. (34) 115-118 
Rowan (J. M.) Reading rooms and Libraries for the blind, L.J. (34) 221 
Work of the Packard Library, Salt Lake City, P.L. (14) 227 
Priticipal sources of supply of Books, Magazines, etc., for the Blind 

European Braille. — British and Foreign Blind Association, Great Portland 

Street, London 
Gardner's Trust for the Blind, Victoria Street, Westminster 
Home Teaching Society for the Blind, Victoria Street, Westminster 
London Society for Teaching the Blind to Read, Upper Avenue Road, 

London, N.W. 
Manchester and Salford Blind Aid Society, Manchester 
National Lending Library for the Blind, Queen's Road, Bayswater 
Royal Blind Asylum and School, Edinburgh 

American Braille. — American Printing House for the Blind, Louisville, 

Ky., U.S.A. 
Illinois School for the Blind, Jacksonville, 111., U.S.A. 
Perkins Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, Overbrook, Pa., 

U.S.A. 

Moon Type. — Moon Society, Queen's Road, Brighton 

New York Point. — American Printing House for the Blind, Louisville, 
Ky., U.S.A. 
Xavier Society, New York City, U.S.A. 

The Bible. — i. Entire in all types except Moon, in which it furnishes only 
Psalms, Proverbs, Gospels and Acts — Supplied by The American Bible 
Society, New York City, U.S.A. 
2. Entire Bible, in Moon Type only — Supplied by Pennsylvania Bible 
House, 7th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., and Moon Society, 
Queen's Road, Brighton 

Periodicals. — The Christian Record, in New York Point and Braille ; The 
Christian Record Office, College View, Neb., L'.S.A. 

The Matilda Ziegler Magazine, in New York Point and Braille; The 
Ziegler Publishing Co., 309, West 53rd Street, New York City, U.S.A. 

Outlook for the Blind, ink' print : Massachusetts Association for pro- 
moting the Interests of the Blind, 277, Harvard Street, Cambridge 
Station, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

F17 MUSEUMS, ART GALLERIES, AND LECTURES— GENERAL 

1876 Frieze (H. S.) Art Museums and their connection with Libraries, U.S. 

Rept 434-444 
1886 Cowell (P.) Origin and history of some Liverpool Libraries, L.A. Trans 

(6) 36-37 
1888 Wa'lis (C. W.) Connexion between Free Libraries, Art Galleries and 

Museums, L.C. (5) 6-11 
1892 Bain (J.) Junr. Museums, Art Galleries and Lectures in connection with 

Public Libraries, U.S. Rept S50-861, L.J. (18) 214-215 
1894 Lectures and Science and Art Classes, Greenwood's Public Libraries 470-9 
1898 Ferree (B.) Work of the Brooklyn Institute, L.J. (23) Conf No 144-145 

Leipziger (H. M.) Lectures and classes, L.J. (23) Conf No 145-146 
1903 Minto (J.) Public Libraries and Museums : a discussion of the connection 

between Art Galleries and their inter-relationship, L.A.R. (5) 261-264, 

Discussion 289-293 
1905 Civic relations of Libraries, Museums and Art Galleries, L.J. (30) 222-223 

1908 Piper (A. C.) Libraries, Museums and Art Galleries, L.W. (10) 419-421 

1909 Bostwick (A. E.) What a Library may do for a small town, N.Y.L. (i) 

172-173 

F 18 MUSEUMS 

1876 Frieze (H. S.) Art Museums and their connection with Libraries, U.S. 

Rept 434-444 
1881 Homes (H. A.) Libraries and Museums, L.J. (6) 81-86, 128-129 



M USE UM . 1 FPU A N CES 275 



1X85 Homes (H. A.) Libraries with Museums, L.J. (10) 229-231 

1S8S Wallis (C. W.) Connexion between Free Libraries and Art Galleries and 

Museums, L.C. (5) 6-1 1 
1890 How to make a Library useful to a Museum, L.J. (15) 307 
189^ Bain (J.) Junr. Museums in connection with Libraries, L.J. (18) 214 
189(1 Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer, P.L. (i) 82 
1898 Adier (C.) Museums of art and science, L.J. (23) Conf No 95-96 

Medlicott (M.) Museums of art, history, and science, L.J. (23) Conf No 96-7 

1901 Hale (\V. G.) Museums^Local and educational, L.W. (3) 335 

1902 Lewis (P. E.) Libraries and Museums, L.A. (3) 285-286 

Meyer (A. B.) German view of American Libraries and Museums, L.J. 

(26) 868-869 

Smith (L. H.) Co-operative work of the Museum and the Library, L.J. 

(27) 889 

Dewey (M.) Should the local Library have a museum, P.L. (7) 148 

1903 Minto'(J.) Public Libraries and Museums : a discussion of the connection 

between Libraries and Museums and Art Galleries and their inter- 
relationship, L.A.R. (5) 261-264, Discussion 289-293 
GrinHng- (C. H.) Libraries as workshops, L.A.R. (5) 403-405 
Conklin (W. J.) Union of Library and Museum, P.L. (8) 2-8, 47-49 
Gaillard (E. W.) Beginning- of Museum work in Libraries, P.L. (8) 9-1 1 
Boggan (E. L.) Sidelight in the Museum department of a Library, P.L. 

(8) 11-12 
Hopkins (A. H.) Link between the Library and the Museum, P.L. (8) 12-15 
Museums and children, P.L. (8) 150-151 

Laurie (C. F.) Museum in a small Library, P.L. (8) 154-155 
1905 Civic relations of Libraries, Museums, and Art Galleries, L.J. (30) 222-223 
Thomas (T. H.) National Museum and Library for Wales, L. {N..S.) (6) 

212-220, L.W. (8) 6-7 
Specialization of Museums, P.L. (10) 474-475 

Mcllvaine (C.) Museums in their relation to Libraries, P.L. (10) 6-7 
IQ06 Library of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, L.J. (31) 125-126 
Museums as an aid to Libraries, P.L. (11) 35-37 
Brown (C. E.) Museum auxiliaries in Libraries, Wii Lib Bull (2) 31-32 

1907 Ward (H. L.) Library and the Museum, L.J. (32) 307-311 
Buell (H. C.) Library and its functions. Wis Lib Bull (3) 17-21 

1908 Clarke (Sir C. P.) Access to Museum material, P.L. (13) 214-215 
Wright (J.) Plea of the Art Librarian, P.L. (13) 348-349 

Thwaites (R. G.) Local Public Museums in Wisconsin, Wis Lib Bull (4) 

34-36 
Some representative local museums in connection with Wisconsin 

Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (4) 36-38 
Museums as an adjunct to the Library, Wis Lib Bull (4) 55 
Piper (A. C.) Libraries, Museums, and Art Galleries, L.W. (10) 419-421 

F 18 1 MUSEUM AND GYMNASIUM ACT, 1891 

1894 Greenwood's Public Libraries 577-581 
1897 Greenwood's Librarv Yr-Bk 20, 22, 30 

See also B ^2 Legislation — British Islands 

F 18=2 MUSEUM APPLIANCES— GENERAL 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
Library Bireau, Ltd., Chicago, New York, Boston, London 
Potter & Sons, Ltd., 160, Aldersgate Street, E.C. 
RoNEO Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

F 18 3 MUSEUM CASES 

For particulars, apply to — 

Adjustable Shelving Co., Ltd., 23, Gwydir Chambers, 104, High 

Holborn, W.C. 
Hammer, G. M., & Co., Ltd., 430, Strand, W.C. 
RoNEo Ltd., 26, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 



276 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

F19 ART GALLERIES 

1888 Wallis (C. W.) Connexion between Libraries, Art Galleries and Museums, 
L.C. (5) 5-" 

1899 Chandler (A. C.) Library art club, L.J. (24) 521-523 

1900 Spiclmann (M. H.) Art exhibitions and art catalogues, L. (A'.5.) (i) 118-22 
Plummer (M. W.) Photograph collection of Pratt Institute Library, L.J. 

(25) 7-S 
Cutter (C. A.) Photographs and photo prints, L.J. (25) 619-625 

1901 Foster (W. E.) Photographic exhibitions in Public Libraries, L.J. (26) 

139-140 
Temple (A. G.) Art Galleries in relation to Public Libraries, L.A.R. (3) 
13-21 

1902 Guggenheimer (A.) Library methods for photographs, L.J. (27) 324-325 

1907 Chesney (L. D.) Picture collections, Vt L.C. Bull (3) No 2, 3-4 
Buell (H. C.) Library and its functions, Wis Lib Bull (3) 20 

1908 Piper (A. C.) Libraries, Museums and Art Galleries, L.W. (10) 419-421 

1909 Buckley (A. McC.) Pictures in Libraries, Cal News Noics (4) 272-276 
Warner (J.) Photographic surveys in connection with Public Libraries, 

L.A. (6) 240-245, Discussion 249-251 
Buren (M. Van-) Small Library and art, P.L. (14) 18 
Wilbur (W. A.) Lyric influences in the poets' corner of the Library of 

Congress, P.L. (14) 230-232 

See also Exhibitions in Public Libraries F21 

F20 EXHIBITIONS IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES— GENERAL. (Articles on the 
value of Exhibitions.) 

1891 Green (S. S.) Presidential address, San Francisco Conference, L.J. (16) 

Conf No 7-8 
1899 Moore (E. L.) Library exhibitions, P.L. (4) 148-152 

1903 Morton (J.) Exhibitions and special days, P.L. (8) 464-465 

1904 Foster (W. E.) Local exhibitions in Public Libraries, P.L. (9) 317-318 

1905 Library exhibit by a Normal School, P.L. (10) 361 

1907 Shaw (B. M.) Library exhibit in a small town, Vt L.C. Bull (3) No 4, 2-3 

1908 Interesting Library exhibits, Lib Occ No 12, 14-15 

1909 Ballinger (J.) Municipal Library and its public, L. (N.S.) (10) 188-200 

F 21 EXHIBITIONS IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES. (Articles on the value of Exhibitions.) 
Special Subjects: — Art Objects, Illustrations, Photographs, and Prints 

1888 Bardwell (W. A.) Wanted — an index to illustrations, L.J. (13) 173 

1896 Dana (J. C.) Libraries and schools as art educators, L.J. (21) 150 
Garland (C. H.) Photograph exhibition, P.L. (i) 187 
Exhibition of pictures and engravings, P.L. (i) 227-228 

1897 Carter (H. J.) Travelling Libraries of illustrations, L.J. (22) 293 
Cutter (C. A.) Exhibits of photographs, posters, engravings, etc., L.J. 

(22) 256 
Exhibition of mounted photographs, P.L. (2) 53-54 
Tanner (M. E.) Travelling Library of pictures, P.L. (2) 263 
Green (S. S.) Use of pictures in Public libraries, U.S. kept 1725-1731 

1898 Offer of art exhibits to Libraries, L.J. (23) 74 

1899 Chandler (A. C.) Library art club, L.J. (24) 521-523 
Moore (E. L.) Library exhibits, P.L. (4) 148-152 

1900 Plummer (M. W.) Photograph collection of Pratt Institute Library, L.l. 

(25) 7-8 
Cutter (C. A.) Photographs and photo prints, L.J. (25) 619-625 

1901 Foster (W. E.) Photographic exhibitions in Public Libraries, L.J. (26) 

139-140 

1902 Guggenheimer (A.) Library methods for photographs, L.J. (27) 324-325 

1903 Weitenkampf (F.) Caricatures : their use in the Library, L.J. (28) 112-113 

1904 — Print made useful, L.J. (30) 920-921 

Civic relations of Libraries, Museums and Art Galleries, L.J. (30) 22-23 

1905 Milner (A. V.) Artistic advertising, P.L. (10) 356 

Duckworth (T.) Local and county photographic surveys, L.A.R. (7) 19-30 
Decoration of Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (i) 7 

1906 Twort (H. A.) Collections of illustrations in Public Libraries, L.A. (5) 

195-196 
Dewey (M.) Library pictures, P.L. (11) lo-ii 



EXHIBITIONS IN LIBRARIES 277 

Brainerd (J. F.) Picture work in the new Rochelle Public Library, P.L. 
(11) 255-256 
1907 Weitenkampf (F.) Cataloguing of prints, L.J. (32) 408-409 
How to care for pictures when not in use, P.L. (12) 51 

See also Picture Bulletins E 126 
Bookmaking, Bookbinding, Printing 

1901 Exhibition illustrating- the history of book making, P.L. (6) 279 

1902 Adams (E. L.) Book exhibits at Plainfield, N.J., Public Library, L.J. 

(27) 763-765 
1904 Josephson (A. G. S.) Johann Gutenberg and the invention of printing 

exhibition, 1903, P.L. (9) 276-279 

1907 Dana (J. C.) Physical side of books, L.J. (32) 331-358 
* Staiey (G. F.) Book exhibitions, L.W. (10) 106-108 

1908 Philip (A. J.) Co-operative exhibition, L.W. (11) 193 

Special — Books 
1894 Lancaster (A.) Advantage of occasional exhibitions of the more valuable 

books, L. (6) 19-22 
1902 Exhibition of books on special subjects, L.J. (27) 219-220 

1906 Smith (B. S.) Methods of securing better reading, P.L. (11) 171-173 
Gaillard (E. VV.) One way to popularize the Library, P.L. (11) 12-14 

1907 Sikes (L. M.) Advertising the children's room. Lib Occ No 10, 1-2 

1909 Warner (J.) Holiday literature and picture exhibitions, L.W. (12) 49-54 

LIBRARY EXHIBITIONS ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS 
F 22 Animal Exhibition at Pratt Institute, L.J. (23) 671 
F 23 Architectural Exhibition at Medford (Mass.), P.L. (3) 133 

F24 Art Loan Exhibition at Braddock, L.J. (22) 155-6; Bridgeport (Ct.), L.J. 

^22) 104, 212, 271, 448; Cleveland (Case Library), P.L. (3) 394; Gardner 

(Mass.), PL. (3) 430; Marion (Ind.), L.J. (31) 142, P.L. (10) 100; 

Scoville, P.L. (8) 49; Springfield (Mass.), L.J. (23) 683; Wabash, P.L. 

(10) 377 
F25 Basket Exhibition at Scoville Institute Library, P.L. (7) 441 
F26 Bird Exhibition at Janesville (Wis.) Public Library, Wis Lib Bull (2) 50 
F27 Butterflies Exhibition at Binghampton (N.Y.) Public Library, P.L. (12) 291 
F28 Bibliographical Exhibition at Columbia University, P.L. (7) 196-197 
F29 Bookmaking Exhibition— Illustrating the evolution of a book, at Evanston 

(111.), P.L. (4) 39; Pratt Institute, L.J. (26) 288-289 
F30 Printing Exhibition at Detroit, P.L. (9) 466; Boston, L.J. (31) 48, 71; 
Pratt Institute, P.L. (11) 414 

F31 Book Illustration at Bridgeport, L.J. (24) 586; Cedar Rapids (la.), 

P.L. (3) 83; Mansfield (O.), P.L. (7) 168; Scoville, P.L. (4) 163 
F32 Bookbinding at Boston, L.J. (22) 271; Hartford (Ct.), L.J. (30) 169; 

Havervill (Mass.), L.J. (31) 140; Jamestown (N.Y.), P.L. yj,] 183; 

Newark (N.J.), L.J. (30) ^04; P.L. (10) 357-359; Springfield (Mass.), 

P.L. (10) 359 

F33 Book Plates at Boston, L.J. (22) 271; Yonkers (N.Y.) Woman's Institute, 

^■J- (31) 144 
F34 Book Cover Designs at Stamford (Ct.), L.J. (23) 77 

F35 Book Exhibitions— General, at Aberdeen, L. (7) 367; Appleton (Wis.), Wis 
Lib Bull (i) 66; Brechin, L. (7) 323; Cheltenham, L. (8) 33, L. (10) 339; 
Chelsea, L. (6) 122, (7) 84, 195; Plainfield (N.J.), L.J. (27) 763-765 
Book Exhibitions — Special Collections 
F36 Art Books at Montague Branch, Brooklyn, P.L. (12) 207; Newark 

(N.J.), L.J. (22) 48, 717; Philadelphia, L.J. (22) 49 
F37 Bird Books at Milwaukee (Wis.) Library, L.J. (24) 227 
F38 Children's Books at Buffalo, P.L. (4) 38; Helena (Mont.), P.L. (3) 
175; Plainfield (N.J.), L.J. (20) 22; St. Joseph (Mo.), L.J. (23) 543; 
Travelling Exhibition of children's books. Wis Lib Bull (i) 77, (2) 
51. (3) 38 
F39 Christmas Gift Books at Pratt Institute, L.J. (30) 44, P.L. (7) 37, (10) 
40; Washington (D.C.), P.L. (10) 39 



278 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

F 40 Historical Works of America- — General, at Columbia University, P.L. 

(9) 5'<>5i7; Newark (N.J.), P-I- (12) 113-114 
F41 Californian Books at Pasadena (Cal.), L.J. (24) 543 

F42 Newark Books at Newark (N.J.). P-^- (10) 315 

F 43 New York Books and Documents at New York Public Libraries 

(Lenox Building), L.J. (25) 98, P.L. (8) 332 

F44 Music Books at Pennsylvania Literary Club, P.L. (4) 26 

F45 Nature Books at Brooklyn (N.Y.), L.J. (24) 226 

F 46 Reference Books at Reading, L. (6) 184 

F 47 Costume — Prints on old-time costume at Havervill (Mass.), P.L. (12) 161 

F 48 Educational Work — Exhibition of College bulletins at Wilmington (Del.), 

L.J. (27) 795 ; Drawings in Newark Schools at Newark (N.J.), P.L. 

(12) 247 
F 49 Fish Exhibit, Wis Lib Bull (3) 40 
F50 Forestry Exhibit at Newark (N.J.), P.L. (12) 208 

F51 Geographical and Geological Exhibition at Springfield (Mass.), L.J. (24) 230 
F 52 Indian Curios and Relics Exhibit at Michigan City (Ind.), P.L. (4) 446-7 ; 

Scoville Institute (111.), P.L. (4) 427; Webster Library, New York City, 
L.J. (24) 320 

F53 Industrial Exhibit at Binghampton (N.Y.), P.L. (12) 76, 235 

F54 Irish Exhibit at the Portage (Wis.) Library, Wis Lib Bull (3) 21 

F55 Lantern Slide Exhibit, Wis Lib Bull (i) 6-7 

F 56 Library Buildings Exhibition of designs at Los Angeles (Cal.), P.L. (3) 228; 
Massachusetts Literary Club, P.L. (4) 115; Ferguson Library, Stamford 
(Ct.), L.J. (26) 37 

F 57 Needlework at Passaic Library, P.L. (11) 472 

F58 Paintings, Exhibition — General, at Newark (N.J.), P.L. (8) 244-245; Passaic, 
L.J. (24) 320 

F 59 of, by American Artists at Cedar Rapids (la.), P.L. (12) 375; Marion 
(Ind.), P.L. (12) 114; Newark (N.J.), P.L. (10) 150 

F60 in Oil at Newark (N.J.), P.L. (10) 150 

F 61 Water Colour at New York Public Library, P.L. (11) 272 

F62 by Indian Artists at Peru (Ind.), P.L. (10) 145 

Examples of work of Individual Artists : — 
F 63 Rossetti Pictures at New York (Lenox Building), L.J. (27) 208 

F 64 Tadema Reproductions at Burlington (la.), P.L. (9) 42 

F 65 Whistler Prints at New York (Lenox Building), L.J . (25) 761 

F 66 Special Subjects — American etchings at Lenox Library, P.L. (11) 340 

F 67 Revolutionary Pictures at Bridgeport (Ct.), L.J. (23) 160, P.L. (3) 

182 

F 68 Greek Vases — Drawings and engravings illustrating Greek Vases 

at Forbes Librar}^ Northampton, L.J. (22) 273 

F 69 Madonna, Pictures of, at Withers Public Library, P.L. (4) 40 

F70 War Pictures at Dayton (O.), P.L. (4) 467; New York (Lenox 

Building), L.J. (30) 370 

F 71 Picture Bulletins at New York Library, P.L. (11) 340 

F72 Prints Exhibition— Copley Prints at Illinois State Libraiy School, P.L. (3) 18 

F73 Japanese Prints at Cleveland (O.), L.J. (30) 168, P.L. (10) 151; Newark, 
P.L. (10) 200; New York (Lenox Building), L.J. (26) 229; Pratt 
Institute, P.L. (8) 71 

F 74 Mezzotints at Lenox Library, P.L. (10) 200-201 

F75 Reproductions — Lithographs at Bridgeport (Ct.), L.J. (22) 44 

Pictures at Denver, L.J. (22) 90; Mansfield (O.), L.J. (7) 168; Newark 
(N.J.), P.L. (2) 53-54; Scoville (Inst.), P.L. (4) lo-ii; Springfield 
(Mass.), P.L. (3) 267 



LIBRARY LECTURES 279 



F76 Pearl Industry Exhibit at Muscatine Library, P.L. (11) 508 

F77 Periodicals Exhibition of Fad Periodicals at Cedar Rapids (la.), P-!^- (3) ^34 

Illinois State Library School, P.L. (3) 55 
F 78 Photography Exhibit at Cleveland (Case Library), P.L. (4) 39, 467; Massa- 
chusetts Library Club, P.L. (4) 23 
F79 Pliotographs of Florence at Brockton Public Library, P.L. (4) 163 
F80 Venice at Massachusetts Library Club, P.L. (3) 177 
F81 West Indian Scenes at Brookline (Mass.), L.J. (22) 44-45 
F82 Plant Studies Exhibit, Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 7, 137 

Portrait Exhibitions 
F83 Burns Exhibit at Portage (Wis.) Library, Wis Lib Bull (3) 9 
F84 Cromwell Exhibit at Springfield (Mass.), L.J. (25) 83, P.L. (4) 457 
F85 Franklin Exhibit at Boston, L.J. (31) 71 
F86 Hero Exhibit at Pratt Institute, L.J. (23) 146-14S 
F87 Schiller Exhibit at New York (Lenox Building), L.J. (30) 370 
F88 Washington Exhibit at Boston Public Library, P.L. (3) 133 
F89 Poster Exhibition at Illinois State Normal School, P.L. (10) 356; Michigan 

City (Ind.), P.L. (7) 65; Port Huron (Mich.), L.J. (22) 764; Scoville 

Institute, P.L. (4) lo-ii 
F90 Pottery Exhibition at Mankato (la.), Minn P.L.C. Notes (2) No 7, 135 
F91 Sim Exhibition at Muscatine (la.), P.L. (11) 508 
F92 Textile Exhibition at Pratt Institute, P.L. (4) 87 
F93 Valentine Exhibition at Boston, P.L. (4) 179; Cleveland (O.), L.J. (23) 120; 

Kansas City (Mo.), L.J. (24) 125; Pratt Institute, L.J. (25) 135; Scoville 

Institute, P.L. (8) 174-175 
F 94 Wild Flowers Exhibition at Pratt Institute, L.J. (25) 244 
F95 Wood Engraving Exhibition at New York (Lenox Building), P.L. (8) 16; 

Binghampton (N.Y.), P.L. (12) 162 

F96 LIBRARY LECTURES 

1878 Axon (W. E. A.) Library lectures, L.J. (3) 47-49 

1879 Bailey (W. H.) Lectures in connection with Libraries, L.A. Trans (2) 

34-37. -L./. (4) 410 , . . 

1882 Cowell (P.) Lectures at the Liverpool Library, L.A. M.N. (3) 53-56 

1883 Poole (W. F.) Lectures on the use of books, L.J. (8) 51-52 
Foster (W. E.) Lectures, L.J. (8) 244 

Dale (A. W. W.) Library lectures, L.J. (8) 338 

1893 Cowell (P.) How to popularize a Free Library, L.J. (18) 461-465 

1894 Dent (R. K.) Free lectures in connection with Libraries, L. (6) 354-360 
Greemvood's Public Libraries 470-479 

1895 Briscoe (J. P.) Half-hour talks about books with Library readers, L. (7) 

18-20 
1897 Cowell (P.) Public Library work forty years ago (Free Lectures as aids to 
Library work), 2nd hit Conf 99-102, Discussion 236 

1899 Roberts (F. M.) Lectures in Public Libraries, L.A. (2) 53-58 
Library extension work: Lectures, L.W. (i) 121-125 

Dent (R. K.) Library extension work : Lectures, L.W. (i) 162-164, 220-221 

1900 Cowell (P.) Free Public Library lectures, L..i.R. (i) 146-150 

Olcott (F. J.) Story telling, lectures, and other adjuncts to the children's 
room, P.L. (5) 282-284 

1901 Kimmins (C. W.) Lectures under the Public Libraries Acts, L.A.R. (3) 

6-12 

1902 Willcock (W. J.) Library lectures : a retrospect and a suggestion, L.A.R. 

(4) 394-400 

1903 Roberts (H. D.) Library lectures (Letter), L.A.R. (5) 159 

McKnight (E.) Public Libraries and University extension, L.A.R. (5) 270-5 
Mould (R. W.) Some Library aids — other than mechanical, L.A.R. (5) 

367-368 
Rae (W. S. C.) Popularising the best books, L.A.R. (5) 626-628 
Nolen (J.) Aid from University extension methods, L.J. (28) 225-227 
Moore (H. K.) University extension lectures and Libraries, L.W. (6) 117-23 



28o BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 

1904 Jast (L. S.) Library extension work in Great Britain, L.J. (29) Conf No 

34-37 

1905 Sampson (H. A. C.) Public Library lectureship, L.W. (7) 212-214 
Woodruff (C. H.) Education through Free Libraries, P.L. (10) 346-350 
Scybold (S. V.) University extension and Public Libraries, P.L. (10) 512-14 
Legislative Bill for public lectures in Wisconsin Libraries, Wis Lib Bull 

(I) 34 

1906 Nevvcombe (C. F.) Library lectures and extension work, L.A. (5) 61-64 
Dewey (M.) Library pictures, P.L. (11) lo-ii 

Patten (F. C.) Library and the lecture, P.L. (11) 489-492 
Study and lecture courses in Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (2) 28-29 
Lindemann (A. S.) Free lecture system and Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (2) 63 

1907 Roberts (R.) Relation of Public Libraries to the present system of educa- 

tion, L.A.R. (9) 1-14 
Newcombe (C. F.) Raison d'etre of Library lectures, L.A.R. (9) 231-243, 

Discussion 261-266 
Redgrave (J.) Public Library book extension service, L.A. (5) 290-292 
Rae (W. S. C.) Library lecture courses, L.W. (10) 81-83 
Hutchins (F. A.) Sunday afternoon lectures in Libraries, Wis Lib Bull (3) 8 

1908 Brown (J. D.) Lecture in Belgium on work of British Municipal Libraries, 

L. (N.S.) (9) 223 
— Bibliographical lantern slides, L.A.R. (10) 147-148, 215-217 
Ballinger (J.) Milton Tercentenary, L.A.R. (10) 317-318 
Huntting (H. R.) Public Library from business man's standpoint, P.L. 

(13) 335-339 ' . 

1909 Public Library activities in California, Cal News Notes (4) 246-250 
Charges for admission to lectures, L.A.R. (11) 40 

Roebuck (G. E.) On the need of a Lecture Bureau, L.A.R. (11) 47-48 

Doubleday (W. E.) Home Reading L^nion and children, L.A.R. (11) 206-7 

London University and London Libraries, L.A.R. (11) 347-348 

Provision of lantern and operator out of Library rate, L.A.R. (11) 415 

Library lectures, L.A.R. (11) 608-610 

Sayers (W. C. B.) Librarian as a lecturer, L.W. (12) 23-27 

Abrams (A. W.) Libraries and visual instruction, N.Y.L. (i) 235-237 

For particulars relating to the hire and purchase of Lantern Slides, apply to — 
Newton & Co., 3, Fleet Street, E.G. 
Steward, J. H., 406 and 457, Strand, W.C. 
Wood, E. G., 1-2, Queen Street, Cheapside, E.C. 
Wrench, J., & Sox, 50, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. 



PRINCIPLES OF BOOK SELECTION 



CLASS G—Books 



a 1 BOOK SELECTION— PRINCIPLES, etc. 

1876 Poole (VV. F.) Selection of books, 17.5. Kept 479-81 
Dfwey (M.) Book selection, L.J. (i) 391-3 

1877 Winsor (J.) Inaugural address, ist hit Conj 1-2 1 

Harrison (R.) Selection of books for popular Libraries, 1st Int Conf 51-6, 

L.J. (2) 145-150 
Anderson (J. M.) Selection and selectors of books, ist Int Conf 57-8, L.J. 

(2) 151-2 
Muihns (J. D.) Note on books suitable for Lending Libraries, 1st Int 

Conf 59, L.J. (2) 152 

1878 Homes (H. A.) Selection of books for popular Libraries, L.J. (3) 50-1, 53-4 
Library in relation to special classes of readers, L.J. (3) Conf No 65-85 

1880 Pendleton (A. M.) Notions wise and otherwise, L.J. (5) 3-6 

1884 James (H. P.) Selection of books for Newton Library, L.J. (9) 209-10 

See also 207-8 

1885 Littie (G. T.) What should be done for an old Library with a limited 

income, L.J. (10) 245-46 
1887 Foster (W. E.) Library's maximum of usefulness, L.N. {U.S.) (2) 195-21 1 
Jackson (K. iM.) Book selection and buying, L.N. (U.S.) (2) 5 
Nelson (C. A.) Choosing and buying books, L.J. (12) 155-6 
Woodruff (E. H.) Birmingham lectures, L.J. (12) 253-254 

1889 How we choose and buy new books : Symposium, L.J. (14) 336-9, 372 
Cutter (C. A.) Presidential address — St. Louis Conference, L.J. (14) 150 

1890 Coe (E. M.) Should American literature be specially favoured in our 

[American] Libraries, L.J. (15) 101-4, Discussion 1 16-17 • 
Griswold (VV. M.) Choice of books in Public Libraries, especially at 

Cambridge, L.J. (15) no 
Higginson (T. W.) Cambridge Library and its critic, L.J. (15) iio-ii 
Foster (W. E.) Industrial additions to Providence Library, L.J. (15) 144 
Nelson (C. A.) How the books were bought for our Library, L.J. (15) 

Conf No 38-9 
Green (S. S.) Relation of Librarian to Book Committee, L.J. (15) Conf 

No 116-17 

1891 lies (G.) Book reviewing systematized, L.J. (16) 208 

1892 Selection and buying of books [Massachusetts Library Club], L.J. (17) 172 
Stanley (H. M.) List of books for model Libraries, L.J. (17) 233 
Report of Committee on preparation of lists for purchase : Massachusetts 

Library Club, L.J. (17) 429 
lies (G.) Evaluation of literature, L.J. (17) Conf No 18-22, Discussion 
63-5, 80-1 
1892-3 Jones (G. M.) Accession department, U.S. Rept 809-826 
JS93 Report on lists of books [Massachusetts Library Club], L.J. (18) 85-6 

Adams (C. F.) Sifting as a Library policy, L.J. (18) 1 18-19. See also 107 
Green (S. S.) Adaptation of Libraries to constituencies, L.J. (18) 219-20 
Jones (G. M.) Accession department, L.J. (iS) 234-235, Discussion Conf 
No 46-51 

1894 Johnston (D. V. R.) Selection of books, L.J. (19) Conf No 36-7 
Bardwell (W. A.) Selection of books, L.J. (19) Conf No 37-8 
Brett (W. H.) Selection of books, L.J. (19) Conf No 38-9 
Utley (H. M.) Selection of books, L.J. (19) Conf No 39-41 
Crunden (F. M.) Selection of books, L.J. (ig) Conf No 41-2 

1895 Brown (J. D.) Select lists of book on important subjects, L.W. (7) 363-6 
Larned (J. N.) Selection of books for a Public Library, L.J. (20) 270-272 
Cutler (M. S., Mrs. Fairchild) Principles of selection of books, L.J. (20) 

339-41 

1896 Hewins (C. M.) New and old books, /../. (21) Conf No 47-S 
Dana (J. C.) A.L.A. Primer — Book selection, P.L. (i) 9-10 

1897 Rawson (H.) Duties of Library Committees, 2nd Int Conf 28-29 
Andrews (E. P.) Book selection, L.J. (22) Conf No 70-74 



282 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LIBRARY ECONOMY 



Lemcke (E.) Librarian and the Importer, L.J. (22) Conf No 12-16, P.L. 

(2) 443-6 
Potter (A. C.) Selection of books for College Libraries, L.J. (22) Conf 

No 39-44 
Books of 1896 : Classified list of best books for a small Library, L.J. {22) 

83-8, 136-42 

1899 Wire (G. E.) Book selection, buying and binding, L.J. (24) Conf No 63-5 

— Expert advice, which is not expert, L.J. {24) Conf No 523-4 
Fiction Committee of Boston Public Library, L.J. (24) Conf No 528-9 
Burgoyne (E. J.) Selection and purchase of books, L. 1^. (i) 136-8, 157-9 
Swift (L. B.) Essentials of Library equipment, P.L. (4) 72-76 

Wire (G. E.) Book selection, buying and binding, P.L. (4) 261-2 
Orr (C.) Book buying and trade bibliographies, P.L. (4) 345-34? 

1900 Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 290-8 
Baker (E. A.) Wanted— A guide book to books, L.A.R. (2) 89-97 
Foster (W. E.) Standard Library (Experiment at Providence), L.J. (25) 

Conf No 36-8 
Book selection and annotation, L.W. (3) 37-40 
Co-operative reading — expert advice at Cleveland, P.L. (5) 250 

1901 Aldred (T.) Book selection and rejection, L.A.R. (3) 143-56 
Burgoyne (F. J.) Choice of books for a small Library, L.A.R. (3) 189-97, 

Discussion 225-6 
Wire (G. E.) Some principles of book and picture selection, L.J. (26) 54-6 
Cutter (C. A.) Should Libraries buy only the best books? L.J. (26) 70-2 
Brown (J. D.) Out-of-print books, L. If. (3) 141-42, 215-19, 235-37, 287-90 
Koopman (H. L.) Collecting for the future, P.L. (6) 133-4, i95-7 
Order routine, Rept of Libn of Cong 212-220 

1902 Selection of books, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 26-35 
Standard for Library books, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 28-29 
Baker (E. A.) Book reviews : their help and their hindrances in selection, 

L.A.R. (4) 28-36 
Reading for the poor, L.J. (27) 245-248 
Brett (W. H.) Book buying for large Public Libraries, P.L. (7) 418-419 

— Some notes on book selection, la Lib O. (2) 1-4 
Putnam (H.) Books and the people, la Lib O. (2) 21-22 
Brainard (J. M.) " Coming out of Egypt," 7a Lib O. (2) 42-43 
Johnston (D.' V. R.) Auction catalogue problem, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85), 

Bulletin No 75, 97-100 
Fairchild (S. C.) Periodicals useful for reviews, N.Y.S.L. Rept (85), 
Bulletin No 75, 131-134 

1903 Adams (W. H.) Ways of making a Library useful, L.J. (28) 286-290 
Hosmer (J. K.) Some things that are uppermost, L.J. (28) Conf No 1-8 
Brown (J. D.) Reprints of standard works, L.W. (6) 8-10, 39-41, 71-73. 

130-133, 162-165, 210-212 
Cattell (S. W.) and A. B. Kroeger. Aids to book selection, Pcnn L.C. 

Bull (i) 20 
Bostwick (A. E.) How Libraries choose books, P.L. (8) 137-141 
Humphrey (G. P.) Selection of books for a small Library, P.L. (8) 144-5 
Andrews (C. W.) Acquisition of books, P.L. (8) 195-202 
Fairchild (S. C.) Book selection, P.L. (8) 281 

1904 Savage (E. A.) Book selection, L.A. (4) 190-195 

Willcock (W. J.) Proportionate representation of literature in Libraries, 

L.A.R. (6) 336-344 
Foster (VV. E.) Where ought the emphasis to be placed in Library 

purchases? L.J. (29) 229 
Public Libraries and the sale of books, L.J. (29) 243-247 
Adams (C. F.) Problem of the small Library, L.J. (29) 365-367 
Bond (H.) Some features of Library practice in Great Britain, L.J. (29) 

Conf No 28-30 
Hodges (N. D. C.) Selection of books, P.L. (9) 311-315 
Selection and purchase of books, Delaware L.C. Hdbk 33-37 

1905 Importance of book selection, L.W. (8) 1-6 

Cutter (W. P.) Notes on book purchasing for small Libraries, L.J. (30) 

518-520 
Gaillard (E. W.) Trustees and Library appropriations, L.J. (30) 403-404 
Leighton (F. H.) Preparing new books and restoring old, P.L. (10) 223 
Lindsay (M. B.) Some general principles of book selection, P.L. (10) 267-71 



BOOK BUYING RECORDS 285 

1906 Macurdy (T.) Methods of book buying, L.J. (31) 14-15 
VVhitmore (T. H.) Methods of book buyuig-, L.J. (31) 16-17 
Lamprey (W. L.) Methods of book buying, L.J. (31) 17 

Prentiss (M. E.) Book selection and purchase for small Libraries, P.L. 

(11) 55-59 
Baldwin (E. V.) Order department of a Branch Library, P.L. (11) 509-11 

1907 Report of A.L.A. Book Buying Committee, A.L.A. Bull (i) No i, 5-6, 

Conf No 59-62, P.L. (13) 260-261 
Brown (I). C.) Scope of book purchases in a State Library, A.L.A. Bull 

(i) Conf No 227-230 
Lord (L E.) Some notes on the principles and practice of book buying for 

Libraries, L.J. (32) 3-1 1, 56-64 
Jeffers (L. R.) Successful book purchase s3-stem, L.J. (32) 65-67 
Duty free importation of books by College Incorporated Libraries, L.J. 

(32) 502-504 
Wyer (M. G.) Book auction sales and secondhand catalogues, P.L. (12) 

53-56 
Baliiemi (C. H.) Trustee's view of the book buying problem, la Lib Q. 

(5) ^77-178 . , . , . . , , 
Fearey (C. S.) Some reasons agamst purchasmg subscription books 

published in sets, Lib Occ No 10, 9-10 

1908 Young (J. D.) Fugitive bibliography in relation to book selection, L.A. 

(6) 192-196 

Letter to the American Publishers' Association, L.J. (33) 58-59 
Wright (P. B.) Some book buying and other Library problems, P.L. (13) 

120-123, 165-16S 
Books in relation to Libraries, L.A. (6) 21 1-2 14 
Report of A.L.A. Book Buying Committee, A.L.A. Bull (2) 179-183, 

Discussion by W. P. Cutter 183-190 
Koch (T. W.) Apportionment of book funds in College and University 

Libraries, A.L.A. Bull (2) 341-347 
Jeffers (L. R.) Suggestions for economy in book purchasing, L.J. (33) 

494-495 

1909 Newcombe (C. P.) Book buying and book reading, L.A.R. (11) 147-149 
A.L.A. Report of Committee on book buying, L.J. (34) 18-19 

Burnite (C.) Book buying for a small Children's Library, Lib Occ (2) 60-1 
For List of Booksellers and Library Agents see inider G i 

G21 BOOK BUYING— RECORDS AND PROCESSES 

1892-3 Jones (G. M.) Accession department, U.S. Govt Rept 817-818 

1899 Burgoyne (F. J.) Selection and purchase of books, L.W. (i) 157-159 

1900 Jast (L. S.) Accessions : checking of processes, L. (N.S.) (i) 152-153 
Crunden (F. M.) How things are done in one American Library, L. (N.S.) 

(i) 290-298 
1902 Records and processes, Mifin. la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 36 

Order routine, Minn, la and Wis L.C. Hdbk 36, 71 
1905 Order section routine, N.Y.S.L. Rept (88) 543-545 

Order section routine for small Library, N.Y.S.L. Rept (88) 547 
1909 Coolidge (O. P.) Records necessary for the small Library, P.L. (14) 10-13 
See also G 25 

G22 BOOK BUYING— ROUTINE BOOK 

1892-3 Jones (G. M.) Accession department, U.S. Rept 817-8