2 edition of public library system of Great Britain and Ireland 1921-1923 found in the catalog.
public library system of Great Britain and Ireland 1921-1923
Carnegie United Kingdom Trust.
A sequel, with current statistical tables, to the report prepared in 1915 by Professor W.G.S. Adams.
|Statement||prepared by J.M. Mitchell.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, J M.|
This act entitled the library to receive a copy of every book published in both Great Britain (i.e., England and Scotland) and Ireland, which from January 1, , formed the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. The Act of Union brought about the formation of ‘The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland’. The Irish parliament in Dublin was abolished and Irish lords and elected MPs took up their seats in Westminster. There were around Irish constituencies.
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Libraries in the United States and Great Britain benefited greatly from the philanthropy of Andrew Carnegie, who gave more than $65 million for public library buildings in the United States alone and strengthened local interest by making the grants contingent upon public support. Among the innovations of the late 19th cent.
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The public library service in the UK is. its principal successor, the Public Libraries Act, including central, branch and village libraries in England, from until Often originally referred to as free libraries, free public libraries or institutes (the latter often named after a philanthropic benefactor), the impetus behind the early free library movement was the education.
Inthe notion of the copyright library was born, when Parliament decided that the British Library along with five others in Great Britain and Ireland would be entitled to receive a free copy Author: Stuart Jeffries.
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