|Title:||Some Old-Time, Old-World Librarians|
|Publisher:||The North American Review Publishing Co.|
|Tags:||books, essay, non-fiction|
The prevailing ideas concerning librarianship have changed so radically within the last generation or two that it may be worth while to study a few types of the old-fashioned librarian. The modern librarian has been so concerned with schemes of classification, card catalogues, and new methods of housing the present-day avalanche of books that he has not had time to familiarize himself with his forebears. (Excerpt from the work) [Suggest a different description.]
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