Bulletin of the American Library Association, Volume 1

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American Library Association, 1907 - Library science
 

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Page 232 - If the State federation of women's clubs was kept In a state of mollification, the problem of existence presented few difficulties. In the present development of the work, while not forgetting the Influence and attitude of women's clubs and their help In the past, the situation is somewhat embarrassing. This may be accounted for In several ways. In the first place the officers of the women's clubs, and particularly the committees, are transitory quantities and, while it is a valuable thing to have...
Page 36 - Mr. Cambridge, upon this, politely said, 'Dr. Johnson, I am going, with your pardon, to accuse myself, for I have the same custom which I perceive you have. But it seems odd that one should have such a desire to look at the backs of books.
Page 293 - ... foster the growth of anything; much more of mind, which grows, not like a vegetable (by having its roots littered with etymological compost), but like a spirit, by mysterious contact of spirit; thought kindling itself at the fire of living thought? How shall he give kindling, in whose own inward man there is no live coal, but all is burnt out to a dead grammatical cinder...
Page 15 - ... meeting, to hold office for three years from the date of his election and until his successor shall be elected.
Page 3 - Massachusetts, do hereby certify that said [the names of the subscribers to the agreement of association], their associates and successors, are legally organized and established as, and are hereby made, an existing corporation under the name of [name of the corporation], with the powers, rights and privileges, and subject to the limitations, duties and restrictions, which by law appertain thereto.
Page 101 - ... so that for anything he knew his brains lay in small bags at his temples, and he had ,no more thought of representing to himself how his blood circulated than how paper served instead of gold. But the moment of vocation had come, and before he got down from his chair, the world was made new to him by a presentiment of endless processes filling the vast spaces planked out of his sight by that wordy ignorance which he had supposed to be knowledge.
Page 3 - ... and have complied with the provisions of the statutes of this Commonwealth in such case made and provided, as appears from the certificate of the President, Treasurer and Executive Board of said corporation, duly approved by the Commissioner of Corporations, and recorded in this office. Now, therefore. I. Henry B. Peirce, Secretan,' of íthe Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do hereby certify that said Justin Winsor, CA Cutter, Samuel S.
Page 14 - I have called attention to the efforts which were being made by the National Association of State Libraries and the American Association of Law Libraries...
Page 16 - The president shall be the representative head of the Association. In case of his death, resignation, or inability to serve, the ranking vice-president shall become president. Sec. 9. Secretary. The secretary, subject to the general authority of the president and of the Executive board, shall be the active executive officer of the Association. He shall keep a record of the attendance and proceedings...

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