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Articles from Library Trends (January 1, 2007)

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"Arsenals of scientific and technical information": public technical libraries in Britain during and immediately after World War I. Black, Alistair 7565
"Children who read good books usually behave better, and have good manners": the founding of the Notre Dame de Grace Library for Boys and Girls, Montreal, 1943. Lyons, Chris 5916
"I cannot get along without the books I find here": the American Library in Paris during the war, occupation, and liberation, 1939-1945. Maack, Mary Niles 11476
"People were literally starving for any kind of reading": the Theresienstadt Ghetto Central Library, 1942-1945. Intrator, Miriam 3923
"Stuff happens": a brief overview of the 2003 destruction of Iraqi manuscript collections, archives, and libraries. Tikriti, Nabil Al- 6618
"The books were just the props": public libraries and contested space in the Cape Flats townships in the 1980s. Dick, Archie L. 8720
ACONDA and ANACONDA: social change, social responsibility, and librarianship. Raber, Douglas 10648
Badly wanted, but not for reading: the unending odyssey of The Complete Library of Four Treasures of the Wensu Library. Wang, Chengzhi 8056
Books cannot be killed by fire: the German Freedom Library and the American Library of Nazi-Banned Books as agents of cultural memory. von Merveldt, Nikola 6188
Cultural policy in a time of war: the American response to endangered books in World War II. Peiss, Kathy 8163
Doing their part: the services of the San Diego Public Library during World War II. Shaw, Tamara 6123
From reading guidance to thought control: wartime Japanese libraries. Domier, Sharon 8391
From refuge to risk: public libraries and children in World War I. Kimball, Melanie A. 5001
L'Heure Joyeuse: educational and social reform in post-World War I Brussels. Mitts-Smith, Debra 4835
Libraries and reading in Finnish military hospitals during the Second World War. Makinen, Ilkka 6779
Libraries in times of war, revolution, and social change. Jenkins, Christine 3639
Loss of a recorded heritage: destruction of Chinese books in the Peking siege of 1900. Davis, Donald G., Jr. 5288
Man's Right to Knowledge: libraries and Columbia University's 1954 Cold War bicentennial. Preer, Jean L. 6510
New realities: libraries in post-Soviet Russia. Knutson, Ellen 6279
Publishing American values: the Franklin Book Programs as Cold War cultural diplomacy. Robbins, Louise S. 5947
Publishing in wartime: the Modern Library series during the Second World War. Neavill, Gordon B. 6889
The discourse of loss in song dynasty private and imperial book collecting. De Weerdt, Hilde 8102
The International Relations Office, 1956-1972. Dalton, Margaret Stieg 6767
The moral imperative to preserve. Cloonan, Michele V. 4606
The music collection of the former Prussian State Library at the Jagiellonian Library in Krakow, Poland: past, present, and future developments. Sroka, Marek 6218
The Paris Commune of 1871 and the Bibliotheque Nationale. Greenberg, Gerald S. 5725
The Tianyige Library: a symbol of the continuity of Chinese culture. Situ, Ping Company overview 4934
Unannounced and unexpected: the desegregation of Houston Public Library in the early 1950s. Malone, Cheryl Knott 4715

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