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" I recollect, are three : economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the service of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring to use them, they ought to be assorted... "
Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ... - Página 727
por United States. Bureau of Education - 1895
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The Twentieth Century, Volumen27

1890
...difficulties. The objects further to be contemplated in the bestowal of our books, so far as I recollect, are three : economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the service of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring...
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On Books and the Housing of Them

William Ewart Gladstone - 1890 - 45 páginas
...difficulties. The objects further to be contemplated in the bestowal of our books, so far as I recollect, are three : economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the service of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen175;Volumen185

1890
...difficulties. The objects further to be contemplated in the bestowal of our books, so far as I recollect, are three : economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the service of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring...
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The Bookmart, Volumen8

1890
...books. . . The objects further to be contemplated in the bestowal of our books so far as I recollect, are three ; economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the service of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring...
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On Books and the Housing of Them

William Ewart Gladstone - 1891 - 29 páginas
...difficulties. The objects further to be contemplated in the bestowal of our books, so far as I recollect, are three : economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the servke of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education, Parte1

United States. Office of Education - 1895
...March, 1890; also issued separately as a pamphlet), has most pertinently said that "The objects to bo contemplated in the bestowal of our books are three : economy, good arrangement, find accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time." His remarks were especially about...
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... Papers Prepared for the World's Library Congress Held at the Columbian ...

American Library Association - 1896 - 2 páginas
...woodwork and wall decoration is entailed years of penalty in added cost of lighting over that needed for the same interior in light colors. BOOK STORAGE...the modern American standpoint, are by Dr. William F. Poole, his earlier one being on the "Organization and management of public libraries" (United States...
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Libraries: A Monthly Review of Library Matters and Methods, Volumen4

1899
...the class of '98, is at work in the Fisk library, New Orleans, La. Notes by the Way Notes by the Way. The objects to be contemplated in the bestowal of...accessibility, with the smallest possible expenditure of time. — WE Gladstone. Such an air of courtesy and cordiality should pervade the library, accompanied by...
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William Ewart Gladstone: Faith and Politics in Victorian Britain

David Bebbington - 1993 - 270 páginas
...the Housing of Them." The guiding principles of library care, he characteristically explained, were "economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time." He took a particular interest in the Bodleian, the university library at Oxford. Realizing that its...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volumen27

1890
...difficulties. The objects further to be contemplated in the bestowal of our books, so far as I recollect, are three : economy, good arrangement, and accessibility with the smallest possible expenditure of time. In a private library, where the service of books is commonly to be performed by the person desiring...
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