A List of Serials in Public Libraries of Chicago and Evanston: Corrected to January, 1901

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Library club; W. P. Dunn Company, print., 1901 - Chicago (Ill.) - 185 pages
 

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Page x - ... Volume numbers and dates are inclusive in all cases and the dates are for the period covered by the serial, not those of publication.
Page viii - While it is the purpose of the Directors to develop the Library as symmetrically as possible within these limits, they have not hesitated to take advantage of exceptional opportunities, and have made several purchases which make it notably strong in certain subjects. Unusual attention, also, has been given to the collection of files of scientific and technical periodicals, both American and...
Page 3 - The Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts In the State of New York,
Page ix - ... regularly from the library not more than three volumes at any one time. In cases where more books are needed, special permission must be obtained from the librarian. Individuals who are not members of the University may have all the privileges of the library upon the payment of the library fee. 4. Complimentary library cards for a term of four weeks or less will be issued by the librarian to properly accredited scholars visiting Chicago.
Page 120 - Engineers American Society of Civil Engineers American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society of...
Page viii - ... General Improvement Classes. — As children enter this school they are placed in a general improvement class known as the "reservoir class." The purpose of this class is to give the teachers in the school an opportunity to study the practical needs of the children so as to place them intelligently in the various departments of the school and at the same time to give them opportunities to proceed with the improvement of their education and to become acquainted with the purposes of the school....
Page vii - Hall, Evanston. The circulating department is free to residents of Evanston without limit of age, and is available to others upon the payment of $2.50 per annum or 50 cents a month. The Library is free to all for purposes of reference. It is open from 9 AM to 9 PM on week days, and the reading room is open from 2 to 6 PM on Sundays and holidays. The number of volumes on March 31, 1903, was 32,364.
Page vii - H. (HAMMOND LIBRARY) CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY LIBRARY, Hammond Library Building, 43 Warren Avenue, corner Ashland Boulevard. Primarily a reference library for the use of the faculty and students of the Seminary, but open to clergymen and others interested. A limited circulation is permitted. During term time (September to May) open from 9 AM to 12 M. and i to 5 PM, and (Saturdays excepted) 7 to ю PM Closed on Sundays. April ist, 1903, the Library contained 23,000 volumes, and receives 175 periodicals...
Page 98 - Records Society.1 Palestine Exploration Fund. Parish Register Society.1 Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Royal Historical Society. St. Paul's Ecclesiological Society.1 Selden Society.1 Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.1 Society of Antiquaries of London.
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