A Library in Action in a Modern School
by Grace L. Aldrich & Cecile White Flemming - 1937
For the visitor to any library there is very little to see—only a pleasant room where people sit quietly at tables. So it becomes necessary to explain to a would-be visitor who cannot, of course, see the long, slow process which has brought together the proper material and the able user, how the machinery works to produce this library atmosphere: how organization and administration of materials on the one hand, and the preparation of the individuals to use the library, on the other, are accomplished.
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