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AMERICA'S GREATEST LIBRARY. (1898, Mar 06). Boston Daily Globe (1872-1922)
This week we are running a special series featuring libraries in ProQuest Historical Newspapers. 
“A great library…should teach the methods of thorough research, and cultivate in readers the habit of seeking the original sources of learning.”
-Justin Winsor, Executive Head of Harvard Library (1877-1897)
AMERICA'S GREATEST LIBRARY. (1898, Mar 06). Boston Daily Globe (1872-1922) Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/498853221?accountid=131239

This week we are running a special series featuring libraries in ProQuest Historical Newspapers. 

“A great library…should teach the methods of thorough research, and cultivate in readers the habit of seeking the original sources of learning.”

-Justin Winsor, Executive Head of Harvard Library (1877-1897)

28 Dec 2015

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