Grundzüge der Bibliothekslehre mit bibliographischen und erläuternden Anmerkungen

Weber, 1890 - 424 páginas


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Página 349 - If you go into the upper galleries of the Library of Congress on any day of the winter and take a book from the shelves, the chances are that it will almost burn your hand. It has...
Página 349 - Resolved, That, in the opinion of the Association, the time has come for a radical modification of the prevailing typical style of library building, and the adoption of a style of construction better suited to economy and practical utility.
Página 345 - Cubicula et bibliothecae ad orientem spectare debent; usus enim matutinum postulat lumen; item in bibliothecis libri non putrescent. Nam quaecumque ad meridiem et occidentem spectant, a tineis et humore libri vitiantur, quod venti humidi advenientes procreant eas et alunt infundentesque humidos spiritus pallore volumina corrumpunt.
Página 359 - A librarian should be as unwilling to allow an inquirer to leave the library with his question unanswered as a shop-keeper is to have a customer go out of his store without making a purchase.
Página 349 - In the library I speak of, moreover, there is only the injury resulting from the rising heat to which the books are subjected, since no gas is burned. When to the fearful and almost incandescent heat that gathers under every ceiling is added the...
Página 406 - Instructions élémentaires et techniques pour la mise et le maintien en ordre des livres d'une bibliothèque.
Página 350 - Athenzum to consult books, and when he came down found his clothes covered with a fine red powder. He asked if I knew what that powder was. I replied that I had often observed the same fact in the same locality, and I had .no doubt that it was the ashes of the bindings which had been consumed by excessive heat.
Página 129 - ... 2° une Table en forme de Catalogue raisonné Où sont classés, selon l'ordre des matières, tous les ouvrages portés dans le Dictionnaire, et...
Página 348 - In the Library journal (v. 7, p. 130) ; and in a separate pamphlet, Boston, iSSa, 16 p. (3) " Remarks on Library Construction ; to which is appended an examination of Mr. JL Smithmeyer's pamphlet entitled, ' Suggestions on Library Architecture, American and Foreign.
Página 359 - Receive investigators with something of the cordiality displayed by an old-time inn-keeper. Hold on to them until they have obtained the information they are seeking, and show a persistency in supplying their wants similar to that manifested by a successful clerk in effecting a sale.

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