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"Libraries" Article - Table of Contents

Part 1. Libraries - Ancient World
Part 2. Libraries - Mediaeval Period
Part 3. Libraries - Modern World - United Kingdom, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland
Part 4. Libraries - Modern World - France
Part 5. Libraries - Modern World - Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Part 6. Libraries - Modern World - Italy
Part 7. Libraries - Modern World - Denmark, Norway, Sweden
Part 8. Libraries - Modern World - Spain, Portugal
Part 9. Libraries - Modern World - Russia
Part 10. Libraries - Modern World - India, Singapore, Netherlands East Indies, China, Japan
Part 11. Libraries - Modern World - British Colonies (Canada, South Africa, Australia)
Part 12. Libraries - Modern World - United States
Part 13. Libraries - Modern World - South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru), Mexico

Part 14. Library Buildings. Bookcases and Shelves, Furnitures, and Appliances. Classification and Shelf-Arrangement. Binding. Practical Hints. Catalogues and Cataloguing. Administration. Librarians. Guides to Selection of Books. Acquisition of Books.

Part 15. Tables of the Principal Libraries of the World

The above article was written by:

Henry Richard Tedder, .S.A.; Secretary and Librarian of the Athenaeum Club; Librarian to Lord Acton, 1873-74; one of the organisers and joint-secretary of 1st International Conference of Librarians, 1877; President of Library Assoc., 1897-98; treasurer and secretary, Metropolitan Free Libraries Committe, 1878-80; joint-editor of first three volumes of Transactions of Library Association and of Reports of 1st and 2nd Library Conference;


Ernest Chester Thomas, B.A.; Barrister, Gray's Inn; Secretary of the Library Association1876-82; editor of Monthly Notes of the Library Association and The Library Chronicle; translated F. R. Lange's History of Materialism, and edited and translated the Philobiblon of Richard de Bury.

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