The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Journal
Keywords:Kirkpatrick Chapel Library, Voorhees Library, Central Library, Alexander Library
AbstractCameron, the University Librarian, takes note of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Journal and how it has become the Library's "chief means of communication" with people interested in the Library. Since articles are based on the holdings of the Library, the Journal helps the friends of the library to become aware of "the diversity and rarity of many of our prossessions."
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