Tag Archives: Helen Gordon Stewart

librarians on the frontier

This is a guest posting by Dave Obee, author of The Library Book: A History of Service to British Columbia. Every few weeks, it seems, somebody somewhere will come up with a list of professions that are dying, jobs that are disappearing, … Continue reading

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we need more helens

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what it means to be a librarian. Icons in the library world tend to be book people. At one time, the most venerated librarians were book scholars who knew the publishing trade inside … Continue reading

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