A Librarian's London: Visiting the City of Readers

Robertson, Guy
October 2005
Feliciter;2005, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p241
The article describes the librarianship in London, England. London is known for its heritage on library information. One of its historic sites is the Kensington Gardens which displays granite statues of prominent characters and personalities including Prince Albert and Peter Pan. The British Library and British Museum also keep accounts of librarianship.


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