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The Care of Books

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Published: 1901
Language: English
Wordcount: 112,561 / 358 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78.8
LoC Category: Z
Downloads: 547
Added to site: 2008.08.21
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Genre: Non-fiction

An Essay on theDevelopment of Libraries andtheir Fittings, from the earliest times tothe end of the Eighteenth Century

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of Queens' College, Cambridge 152

52. Ground-plan of the Library at Zutphen 154

53. General view of the north side of the Library attached to the church of S. Walburga at Zutphen To face 155

54. Desk and reader on the south side of the Library at Zutphen. From a photograph 155

55. Elevations of (A) one of the bookcases in the Library at Zutphen; (B) one of those in the Library at Queens' College, Cambridge 156

56. End of iron bar: Zutphen 156

57. End of one of the desks on the north side of the Library: Zutphen. 157

58. Piece of chain, shewing the ring attached to the bar, the swivel, and one of the links, actual size: Guildford 158

59. Piece of the iron bar, with chain: Zutphen 159

60. Chained book, from a Dominican House at Bamberg, South Germany 159

61. Single desk in the Old Library: Lincoln Cathedral 161

62. Elevations of (A) one of the bookcases in the Library at Zutphen; (B) one of those in the Library at Queens' Coll

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