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Sara E. Wermeil. The Fireproof Building: Technology and Public Safety in the Nineteenth-Century American City. (Studies in Industry and Society.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in association with the Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, Del. 2000. Pp. viii, 301. $45.00

Richard W. Clement. Books on the Frontier: Print Culture in the American West, 1763–1875. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, in association with The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 2003. Pp. 139. $29.95

Claire Perry. Young America: Childhood in Nineteenth-Century Art and Culture. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Beinecke Library in association with the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University. 2006. Pp. x, 236. $50.00

Be Merry and Wise: Origins of Children's Book Publishing in England, 1650–1850. By Brian Alderson and Felix de Marez Oyens. London: The British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, in association with the Pierpont Morgan Library and the Bibliographical Society of America. 2006. xiv + 318 pp. £65. isbn 0 7123 0668 4 (UK); 1 58456 180 7 (USA).

FLETCHER, Banister (Flight) (1866 - 1953), architect, surveyor, author, lecturer; Barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple; Past Vice-Pres. and Hon. Sec. of Architectural Association; Hon. Member of the British Academy of Arts at Rome; Hon. Member of American Institute of Architects; Hon. Corres. Member of Société Centrale des Architectes Français; Member of Court of Common Council; one of HM Lieutenants of the City of London; Chairman of the City Lands Committee (Chief Commoner), 1921; Chairman of City of London School, 1914 and 1915; Chairman of Library Committee, 1917; Senior Sheriff of City of London, 1918–19; Chairman of Greater London Regional Planning Cttee 1927–33; Master of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, 1937

UNDERWOOD, Edgar Ashworth (1899 - 1980), Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur; Hon. Research Fellow, formerly Hon. Lecturer, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University College, London; Member of Board of Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 1947–77, and formerly Examiner, University of London; Hunterian Trustee, Royal College of Surgeons, since 1953; President British Society for History of Science, 1957–62; Fellow, Royal Society Medicine (President, 1948–50, and Hon. Secretary, 1942–48, Section of History of Medicine, late Hon. Secretary Section of Epidemiology and Community Medicine; Member, Library Committee, 1938–77); Hon. Fellow, American Medical Association; Corresponding Member of numerous foreign societies for history of medicine, etc

WATSON, Foster (1860 - 1929), Professor Emeritus and Special Lecturer in the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1913; Special Lecturer in the University of Liverpool, 1920; Dunkin Lecturer in Manchester College, Oxford, 1920; Gresham Professor of Rhetoric since 1915; formerly Chairman of Committee of the Educational Conferences; Life Member of the Court of Governors of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; Governor of Dr Williams’s High School for Girls, Dolgelley; External Examiner in Education in the University of London, 1905–09, 1913–17, 1923–27; in the University of Liverpool, 1922–24, and of the National Froebel Union; late Examiner in Education, Universities of Cambridge and Aberdeen; Departmental Editor, Cyclopedia of Education, New York; Editor of the Encyclopædia and Dictionary of Education, London; a Trustee of Dr Williams’s Library; one of the Vice-Presidents of the Royal Society of Literature; Hon. Member of the Maine Historical Society USA; Corresponding Member of the Hispanic Society of America; Corresponding Member of the Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona; Director hc del Centro de Cultura Valenciana; Socio honorario del Rat Penat de Valencia, and Soci de Mérit del Centro Escolar y Mercantil de Valencia; Hon. Member of La Association de Amigos de Luis Vives


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The American Library Association (ALA), founded in 1876, is the largest library association in the world, with some sixty-four thousand members. ALA maintains the highest standards for library science and ...

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