PERSONAL RELATIONS BETWEEN LIBRARIANS AND READERS (samuel swett green)
The more freely a librarian mingles with readers, and the greater the amount of assistance he renders them, the more intense does the conviction of citizens, also, become, that the library is a useful institution, and the more willing do they grow to grant money in larger and larger sums to be used in buying books and employing additional assistants.
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