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Borchardt, E. M., appointment, 127.

Charlotte (N. C.) public library, library ser-
Boston public library, report, 127.

mons, 85; report, 86.
Bostwick, A. E., Social work of a library, 192; Chicago library club, meetings, 21, 75, 116, 169,
Exploitation of the public library (abst.),

265, 442.
294.

Chicago public library, bulletin of new books,
Boys' books, lists, 32, 110,

123; delivery stations, 421: statistics of cir-
-use of libraries (Lamprey), 119.

culation, 31, 84; work for the blind, 229.
Branch system, expansion of (Field), 390. -, Hiram Kelly branch, 318.
Branches in schools, Rochester (Vt.), 317. Chicago, university of, course in school library
Bridgeport (Conn.) public library, report, 364. economics, 356.
Bridgeton (Me.) library, bequest of funds, 364. Chicago, midwinter meetings, program for
British library association; see Library asso- 1912, 441.
ciation of Great Britain.

child welfare exhibit, library, 290.
Brooklyn public library, report, 176.

Child welfare, reading list, 465.
Broom, Clara S. R., appointment, 127.

--exhibit, Chicago, library, 290.
Brown, W. L., Concerning net prices, 291. Child, Grace, appointment, 37.
Browne, F. F., The "eternal or” of the li- Children, charts of instruction on municipal
brarian, 233.

affairs, 290.
Budget for the library (Thomson), 430.

Children's books, III, 149, 351.
Buffalo public library, report, 238.

--list, 80, 424.
Burdick, E. E. (On a pamphlet on the Ameri- -magazines, list, 151; selection, 151.
can flag], 331.

-reading, graded lists, 435.
Burpee, Lawrence J., A national library for ---qualities in, 454.
Canada (abst.), 148.

-selection of, 411.
Business libraries, 66.

Chile, bibliography, 459.
-man, relations with public library (Kerr), Chipman, Chas. P., appointment, 126.
96.

Chubb, Percival, The reading of high school

boys and girls, 134.
Cadillac (Mich.) public library, report, 129.

Circulation, comparative, of large cities, 181.
Calgary (Can.), library, 182.

Clark, G. T., Library development in the past
Calhoun, A., appointment, 182.

20 years, 205.
California county librarians' convention, 457.

Clarke, W. B., Booksellers' discounts, 145.
-library law, 208.

Classification, practice, 323.
-State library, report, 231.

Clemons, H., Dr. Crothers and the librarian,
Campbell, Robert A., appointment, 422.

371.
Canada, Carnegie library gifts, 319.

Clinton (Ia.) public library, library day, 38.
-Decimal classification expansion, 330.

Clinton, Lucile, appointment, 85.
-national library advocated (Burpee), 148.

Collateral reading, 132.
-Provincial library, acquisition of historical College and university librarians of the mid-
mss. by gift of Justice Martin, 367.

dle West, meeting, 69.
Canastota (N. Y.) public library, report, 420.

- libraries (Dana), 143.
Cannons, H. G. T., bibliography of library

L-problems of, 349.
economy, etc. (review), 31, 221.

--U. S., 183.
Carnegie corporation, New York, 317.

--librarians of New England, meeting, 307.
--foundation, relation to college library as-

--library assistants, academic standing, 294.
sistants, 294:

Colorado library association, meetings, 22.
—library, training school for children's li- Columbia university, list of best books on sub-
brarians (Pittsburg), 33, 81, 124, 172, 312,

jects taught, 84.
356, 413, 459.

-university library, academic rank of staff
Carnegie, Elza K., appointment, 420.

members, 127; report, 178.
Carr, Flora F. (Selection of children's books), Commission bulletins, postal rates on, 289.
411.

-plan of government, effect on libraries (Ty-
Carrington, Louise M., resignation, 364.

ier), 281.
Carroll, Ethel, appointment, 130.

Concentration of library forces (Ed.), 59.
Catalog cards, analytic, 375.

Connecticut library association, meetings, 169.
Catholic (American) Who's who, 32.

Contagion in books (Ed.), 380.
-authors, list, 365.

Cook (Mrs.), Henry I., appointment, 86.
Cedar Point (O.), library week, 341.

Coolidge, J. R., Architectural character of small
Cedar Rapids (Ia.) public library, painting libraries (abst.), 119.

donated by R. Van Vechten, 422; report, Coöperation in library work (Ed.), 16.
129, 274.

"Cosmopolitan," ethical standard, 15.
Champaign (111.) public library, report, 318. Cossitt library (Memphis, Tenn.), report, 129.
-union list of periodicals, 466.

Coulter, S., The rural community and the li-
Chapin, Anna, appointment, 179.

brary, 1, 49
Charging system, Exeter (Eng.) public library, County libraries, 457.
328.

Country life, rel. to libraries, I, 6, 49.

Crawfordsville (Ind.) public library, report,

228.
Criswell, L., appointment, 41.
Crothers, S. McC., appreciation (Clemons),

371.
Crunden, F. M., biographic notices, 350, 422,

436-438.
Cunningham, Jesse, appointment, 318.
Cutter, W. P., appointment, 127.
Cuttle, A. H., library publicity, 285.
Cuyahoga Falls (0.), gift of library building

and books, 179.

Dan Beard and the boys, 291.
Dana, J. C., Misdirection of effort in reference

work, 108; College and university library
(abst.), 143; Library development in the past
20 years, 206; A real cause of complaint

[exch. of directories), 246.
Danish books, selection, 79.
Davenport public library, report, 180.
Davidson, J., poetical writings, 10.
Davis, Nathan J., bequest of funds for Bridge-

-Library development in the past 20 years,

205; Joy reading (abst.), 453.
Emerson, Mabel E., personal, 83.
Encyclopedias, 390.
Endicott, Grace, What makes a juvenile book

mediocre?. 424.
"Eternal or” of the librarian (Browne), 233.
Evans, Lillian, appointment, 419.
Everhart, Elfrida, resignation, 276.
Evil that books do (Pearson), 188.
Experiment station library, 31.
Exploitation of the public library (Bostwick),

294.

ton (Me.) library, 364.
Dawes library, bequeathed to Whitman college,

319.
Dayton (O.), library extension pamphlet, 465.
Debate index, 364.
Decimal classification, seventh ed. (review),

337.
Delivery of books, house-to-house, 39.
Denmark, course in library science, 471.
Dexter, Lydia E., appointment, 365.
Dewey, Melvil, F. M. Crunden, 437
Dillard, Florence, appointment, 366.
"Dime" novels, 189.
Directories, exchange of (Dana), 246.
-and yearbooks, foreign, list, 305.
Discounts, booksellers', 145, 196, 246, 291.
Disinfection of books (Ed.), 436.
District of Columbia library association, meet-

ings, 22, 117
District of Columbia public library, book lists,

32; report, 178; Tacoma branch, 467.
Documents for small libraries, list, 31.
Douglas, Mary, appointment, 179.
Drama, list, 31.
-modern, reading list, 465.
Drexel institute library school, 33, 82, 172, 267,

312, 413.
Dubois, Isabelle, appointment, 365.
Dubuque (Ia.) public library, report, 275.
Dunham, Mary, appointment, 84.
Durand, Adah, appointment, 130,
East St. Louis public library, "telephone lists,"

179.
Easton, (Pa.) public library, report, 38.
Edmunds, A. J., titles of book by, 289.
"Education and battleships,” 302.
Ehrle, Franz, retirement, 423.
Elkhart (Ind.) public library, report, 229.
Elliott, John, death, 423.
Elmendorf, Theresa Hubbell West, apprecia-

tion as president of A. L. A. (Ed.), 249.

Faber, Charlotte, The value of a library in

teaching history, 139.
Farm colonies for vagrants (reference list),

424.
Farmer, his book and heart (Hobart), 6.
Ficke, A. D., Some recent poets of note, 9.
Fiction, American, Study of types, 434.
Field, Clara C., appointment, 130.
-Eugene, manuscripts, 78.
- Pearl I., Expanding a branch system (abst.),

390.
Finck library (linguistics), 319.
Fines on children's books, 39.
Firemens' libraries, 176.
"Five-inch-library," 31.
Flag, American, pamphlet on, 331.
Fletcher, W. I., retirement, 272; appreciation

(Ed.), 249.
-Library development in the past 20 years,

204.
Floors for libraries, 435.
Foreign books, purchase by Dr. Lichtenstein,

II2.
Forrest, Elizabeth, appointment, 419.
Fort Collins (Colo.) public library, report, 230.
Foss, Sam Walter, biography, 148.
Fraser, A. H. R., death, 273.
-Annabelle, appointment, 422.
Freeman, Marilla W., appointment, 180.
Fulton, Edith, appointment, 419.

Gaillard, E. W., N. E. A. and A. L. A. meet-

ings, 56.
Galbreath, C. B., retirement, 229.
Galveston, Rosenberg library, report, 230.
Games in children's room, 39.
Gardening, book list, 79.
Gaston, Ethelwyn, appointment, 37.
Gefle (Sweden), foundation of public library,

471.
Georgia library association, meetings, 265.
Germany, public libraries, 79.
Gilbert, Gertrude M., appointment, 84.
Gillis, J. L., Shall the state library be the head

of all library activities in the state? 287.
Girls' books, list, 110,
Glezen, Emily, appointment, 419.
Goettingen university library, receipt of gift

from J. P. Morgan (funds), 471.
Gooch, Harriet B., appointment, 366.
“Good Citizen” pamphlet, 307.
Goodrich, N. L., appointment, 469.

102.

Goodwin, John E., appointment, : 469.

Housman, poetical writings, 11.
Government documents for small libraries, list, Howe, Julia Ward, biographical material
31.

14:76

wanted, 29.
Grand Rapids (Mich.) public library, report, Howell, Geo. A., The library as an aid to
366.

technical education, 303.
Gravett, Nellie K., appointment; 86.

Hughes, Howard L., appointment, 420.
Gray, Anna L., appointment, 38.

Hungarian books, list, 165.
Green, S. S., Library development in the past Hunting rage, ethical leaflet, 14.

20 years, 205.
Greensboro (N. C.), exhibition, 41.

Ideals, American (Ed.), 104.
-library extension, 466.

Ido, 102, 145, 167, 218, 290.
Gregory, Charlotte, appointment, 4213"

-reading lessons, 336. 382, 439.
Griffiths, Sarah Helen, appointment, 128. -in Sweden, 290.
Grimes (Gov.) Jas. W. biography (by W. Illinois library association, meetings, 386..
Salter), copies offered gratis, 149.

- library extension committee, 40.

law, history of, 165.
Hadley, Chalmers, appointment, 41.

Illinois university library, list of periodicals,
Hall, Annie E., appointment, 319.

466.
-Drew, P., appointment, 226.

--library school, 33, 124, 173. 222, 269. 414,
Harpers' black and white prints, 157.

- legislative and municipal reference bureau,
Harrington, Helen, bequest to Springfield
(Vt.) town library, 226.

-state libraries in (Ed.), 105.
Harrison, J. L., appointment, 364.

Illustrations, poor quality censured, 331.
Hartford (Conn.) public library, report, 36. Imhoff, Harriet, appointment, 84; personal, 422.
Harvard university library, report, 226.

Immigrants, helps in government and lan-
Haviland, Grace K., appointment, 272.

guage (books), III.
Hawes, Clara A., appointment, 84.

- library movement among, 89, 121.
Hawkins, Eleanor E., appointment, 421.

Indiana library association, meetings, 22, 442.
Hemans, Ida M., appointment, 419.

-library commission, 55.
Henry, W. E., Academic standing of college

- library law, 209.
library assistants and their relation to the -library school bill, 145.
Carnegie foundation (abst.), 294.

Indianapolis public library, donation by J. W.
Herr, Mary E., appointment, 419;

Riley of building site, 468; branch, 85.
Hicks, F. C., appointment, 364.

Indians, American, Ayer collection, 106.
Higgins, Marion V., appointment, 319.

Indexing, 378
High school libraries (Ward), 161.

Interesting children in owning books, 149.
--students, reading, 134.

International library conferences, 157.
Higinbotham, H. N., gift of library on inter-

Iowa library association, meetings, 406.
national expositions to Chicago public li-

Isle of Pines (W. I.), library, 14.
brary, 365.

Italian books, list, 165.
Hill, Frank P., Library associations and li-
brary meetings, 369,

Jackson (Mich.) public library, report, 39, 468.
-Galen W., appointment, 317;.

Jacksonville (Fla.) public library, report, 180.
Hinsdale (ill.), library building donated by James (Mrs.), D. Willis, gift of library to
D. K. Pearsons, 421.

Williston, N. D., 181.
History teaching, aid of libraries in (Faber), Japan, Osaka public library, report, 368.
139.

Jersey City public library, report, 467:
Hobart, Frances, personal, 83.

Jillson, W. E., personal, 367.
--The farmer, his book and heart, 6.

Johnson, Laura, appointment, 469.
Holdridge, Kathreen, appointment, 421. -Sveinbjorn, personal, 230.
Home economics, book list, 32, 304.

Johnston, W. D., conferment of academic de-
Hooper, Louisa M., Pictures for library use, gree, 317
159.

-The library as a reinforcement of the school,
Hoover, Anna F., What the library expects of 131.
the teachers, 392.

-W. H., death, 318.
Hopper, F. F., The basis of support for public Joplin (Mo.), public library, report, 318.
library work, 238.

Joslyn, Rosamond, appointment, 176.9%
Hoquiam (Wash.) public library, dedication, Josselyn, LW., appointment, 179.
367.

Judson, Katherine B., appointmerit, 423.
Hornby, Mary L., personal, 42.
Horsford, E. N., memorial, 317:

Kaiser, John B., appointment, 422.
Hosic, J. F., What' teachers expect' of the Kansas library association meetings, 446
library, 391.

• Kearny (N. J) public library, report, -228.
Houghton Mifflin Co., Concerning nét Ketion, Kelley, Grace, appointment, 421.
144.

Kennedy, Helen Tv; appointment, '470.145
House-to-house delivery, 39.

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List of children's books. (review), 80.

Kentucky library association, meetings, 447. 179; Providence (R. I.), funds, 364; Ran-
-traveling libraries, 307.

dolph (Vt.), funds, 3173 New York, fire-
Kenyon, F. G., Should librarians read? 43. men's libraries, 176; Spencer. (Ia.), sculp-
Kerr, Chas, The business man and the public ture, 129; Western Res. univ., mss. : 39;

library, 96; Psychology for librarians, 425. Whitman college, Dawes library, 319.
-Willis, appointment, 274.

-government by commission plan (Tyler),
Keystone state library association, meetings, 181.
26, 452.

-institute, N. 1, 216.
Killam, Herbert, appointment, 276.

--law, Alabama, 21.
Kimball, Florence B., appointment, 126. - lectures, St Louis, 356.
Knowlton, Ruth, appointment; 365.

- lighting, 301.
Koopman, H. L., Concerning Ido, 145.

-movement, development in U.S., 203,
Kronlund, Esther, appointment, 467.

--organization, 238.
Kumli, Bertha, appointment, 423.

-organizations (Ed.), 333

- papers, commendable method of reading, 251.
Laconia (N. H.) public library, report, 227.

-pensions, Omaha plan, 126.
Lamprey, Chas., The library and the boy publicity (Cuttle), 285. israfie
(abst.), 119.

-salaries, 85.
La Tourette, Alexandrine, appointment, 129.

-school instructors, meeting, 67.
Law librarians, conference, 338.

-schools; see individual names.
Lawrence (Kan.) public library, report, 276.

summer schools : Chautauqua, 175, 464: Co-
League of library commissioners, Boston meet- lumbia university, 175, 360 Illinois, 83, 225,
ing, 114; meetings, 71, 261.

464; Indiana, 225, 361: Iowa, 225; Maine,
Leavenworth (Kan.) public library, report, 229.

272; Michigan, 125,361 ; Minnesota, 225,
Leaves, metal, 432.

362; Ontario, 362; Pennsylvania, 225, 362;
Leeds (Eng.) public library, report, 42.

Simmons college, 270; St Louis, 357; To-
Legler, H. E., The passing of two friends of ronto, 225; Wisconsin, 363.
libraries [Senator Stout and Judge Pereles),

-sermons, 85.
30.

-spirit (poem), 80.
Legislative and municipal reference bureau for -statistics, comparative, 112.
Illinois (Ed.), 102.

-relations to community, 292.
Lenox library, history (Nelson), 296.

Library of Congress, report '09-'10, 213.
Lewis, Margaret M., appointment, 419.

Lichtenstein, Walter, European book purchase
Librarians' progressive league, 14.

journey, 112.
-reading (Kenyon), 43.

Lien, E. J., appointment, 84.
Librarians, qualifications, 374: (Kerr), 425.

"Life," ethical standard, 15.
Libraries, support, basis of (Hopper), 238.

Lighting of libraries, 301,
Library activity, new fields of (Wilson), 183.

Lincoln, Gettysburg address, in Ido, 439,
-advertising, 211, 306.

Literary confusions, 220.
-architecture, 341.

Lock Haven (Pa.) Normal school library, 364.
--(Coolidge), 119.

Long Branch (Cal.) public library, report, 41;
-as an investment (Wellman), 277.

statistics, 435.
-as a reinforcement of the school (Johnston), Long Island library club, meetings, 122.
131.

Longmans, Green & Co., historical prints, 159.
-association of Great Britain, meetings, 396.

Longworthy, Caroline V., resignation; 319.
-associations, affiliation with A. L. A., 63.

Los Angeles public library, branches, 130; re-
--and meetings (Hill), 369.

port, 231.
-budgets, 430.

Louisiana state library, association, meetings,
-commission bulletins, postal rates on, 289.

266.
-commissions, functions (Black), 53.

Louisville public library, report, 422, 469.
-coöperation with schools, 347.

Lucas, Mary, appointment, 365,
-development in the past 20 years (sym-

-Stella, death, 365.
posium), 203.

Lynn (Mass.) public library, report, 317,
economy, bibliography (Cannons), 221. Lytle, Mary, appointment, 470.
-exhibits at fairs, Vermont, 384.

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-extension, Ill., 40.

McNeill, Norah, appointment, 469.
--Iowa: 99.

Macrum, Mary F., death, 38
-pamphlet, Dayton (0.), 465.

McCurdy, R. M. appointment, 229.
-floors,. 435.

a
-gifts: Bridgeton (Me.), funds, 364; Canada,

McGill university library summer school, -225.
Carnegie gifts, 319;. Provincial- library,

McGinley, Nellie, appointment, 41.
miss., 367-Cedar Rapids (Ia.), painting McKnight, Elizabeth B., appointment, 419.
422; Čuyahoga Falls, (0.), building and --Mary K., appointment, 319.
books, 1792. Hinsdale (Ill.), building, 421; Madison, Summer library conference, 310, 339.
Michigan university, mss., 159; Newberry Madison (Wis.) public library, use of moving
library, Ayer coll., 106; Ohio, Carnegie gifts, pictures, 19.

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Magazines, extent of seading (Wyer), 392.
--for children, 151:
Maine library association, meetings, 25, 408.
-State teachers' association, library section,

448.
Manchester (Eng) public free libraries, report,

471.
Mann, Alice, appointment, 38.
Manufacturers' catalogs, library, 38.
Mankato public library, report, 179.
Marinette (Wis.) public library, report, 366.
Mark Twain libraty (Redding, Conn.), 176.
Marple, Alice, appointment, 38.
Marx, H. F., Standardizing of library reports

(abst.); '453
Massachusetts library club, meetings, 118, 351.

- library law, 317.
-state library, report, 84.
Mayer, (). H., Concerning Ido, 103, 167, 218,
Mealey, E. W., death, 273.
Metal-leaved books, 432,
Metcalf, Antoinette, appointment, 126.
Meyer, A: B., death, 320.
Michigan libraries, 84.
-state library, report, 179.
-university 'library, gift of copy of "Golden

Latin gospels." 159.
Milam, Carl H., Rural work for libraries

(abst.), 24.
Miller, Edyth. appointment, 128.
Milner (Miss). A V., The best encyclopedia :

What shall we do with book agents (abst.),

New Hampshire library association, meetings,

309.
New Jersey library association, meetings, 74,

214
---library commission, institute meeting, 216.
New York library association meetings, 400.-

--club, meetings, 122, 267.
-public library, 177; circulation, 84; exhibi-
tions, 60.

--, library school, 272, 273, 316, 357, 415,
460.
-State library, gifts sought, 197; fire, 200-

201: status of collections, 207; appropria-
tions for rehabilitation, 335, 420.
--library school, 33, 82, 124, 173, 223, 269,

313, 358, 415, 460.
-school of philantrophy, bibliographical bulle-

tins, 424.

--State teachers' association, library section,

390.

Milton (Mass.) public library, report, 226.
Milwaukee library club, meetings, 171, 267, 456.
-public library, activities, 335; salaries, 85.
Minnesota library association, meetings, 409.
-public library commission, report, 274.
Mississippi state library association, meetings,

170.
Missouri library association, meetings, 449.
Montana state library association, meetings, 75.
Morgan; John Pietpont, gift of funds to Goet-

tingeil university library, 471.
Moving pictures" iu library work, 19.
Municipal government, booklet, 79.
-reference libraries and archives, 377.

Nashville, Carnegie library, report, 230.
Nason, Sabra, åppointment, 228.
National association of state librarians, meet-

ings, 262
-educational'association, fibrary department

meetings, 15, 56, 263, 441.
Nebraska library commission, report, 181.
- library legislation 210.
"Neighborhood entertainment” (R. B. Stern),

166.
Nelson, Alex., memorial portrait, 364.
---Passing of the Astor and Lenox libraries,

296.
Net fiction, 144.
Net prices, 196, 246, 291,
New Bedford'' Mass.) public library, new
building, 36.

meeting, 160.
Newark public library, report, 228.
Newberry library, Edward E. Ayer collection,

106.
Newman, J. H., appointment, 229.
Newspaper comic supplements, 247.
--publicity (Ed.), 333.
Newspapers in libraries (Beer), 195.
New Zealand, library extension, 423.
Normal schools, training in library work, 454.
Norman, O. E., appointment, 421.
Norris, Lorain, appointment, 85.
North Carolina library association, meetings,

76.
---library commission, report, 180.
-library extension, 356.
-library law proposed, 180.
North Dakota library association, meetings,

452.
-public library commission, report, 40.
Northwestern Pennsylvania library association,

meetings, 353
Norwegian periodicals, collective index, 465.
Notation in classification, 221.
Notz, W., Important discoveries on fly-leaves

of old books in American libraries, 376.
Novels, modern, 399.

Oakley, Minnie M., personal, 331.
O'Brien, Myra, appointment, 128.
"Of good repute" (Ed.), 147.
Ohio library association, meeting, 72.
- libraries, Carnegie gifts, 179.
- library statistics, 72.
Oklahoma City public library, report, 230.
Olcott, Frances J., resignation, 312.
Old books, plea for (Ed.), 104.
"Old librarian's almanac," classification of, 379.
Olson, Laura, appointment, 467.
Omaha public library, pension plan proposed,

126; report, 86, 230.
Ontario library association, meetings, 166, 263.

---selected list of best books, 465.
-library act, 385.
Oregon library commission, report, 230.
-library legislation, 210.
Osborne, Maud, appointment, 423.

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