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INDEX TO VOL. XIV, 1916.
Fairmount Sub-Branch. 380
American colleges and universities, List. 248 Amherst College, List. 251 Annotations by the class, Note on. 216
Art Dept. August, 13 Board of Directors 1, 76, 136, 174, 214, 258, 302, 377, 454 Book week. 380, 424 Books for boys and girls, A Christmas shelf of; inexpen sive List, 373; note; 380:;
of the month, Some interesting. 303, 343, 379::**
-to buy for Christmas gifts, Adult list, 408; notes, 380, 424 Bostwick; AE. The public library as civic asset. August, 3
A. L. Municipal statistics of St. Louis. 259
Brown Univ., List. 251
Case, Mrs. R. W. What to do and how to do it; vocational list. 444
Catholic Free Library. 38, 138 -Univ. of Amer., List. 252 Chicago Univ., List. 252 Christmas exhibit, Lists; adult, 408, juvenile, 373; Notes, 380, 424
Circulation. 380, 424
Cornell Univ., List. 252
Dartmouth College, List. 252
Exhibits. 304, 344, 382, 424
Recitals, Index to. 35, 74, 136, 173, 214, 453 Regulations. 1, 76, 174, 258,
Returned books, Receipts for 38 Reviews on the cover. 38, 138 Road to success; list. 445 St. Louis, Histories of. 35; government, Chart, 262; statistics, 259; flag, (list) 34 -Univ., List. 254 Sculpture, Gifts of. 2 Seals, List. 35 Shakespeare number. 77 Smith College, List. 254 Songs, College, List. 250 Speakers, City Club. August, 10 -on public questions. August, 7
Stations, List of Delivery. 342, 378
Statistics, Municipal, of St. Louis. 259
-For the month. 76, 138, 176, 216, 304, 344 Stories, College, List. 250 Summer library course. 176
-months in the Library; statistics. 304 Teachers, Reception to. 382 Training class notes. 2 -class number. 215 Tuckerman, G. City clubs. August, 6
U. S. Military Academy, List. 255
University of Pa., List. 255
War. 3, 39, 139, 177, 217, 305,
-the Library is doing. 380, 424
-to do and how to do it; vocational list. 444 Williams College, List. 256 Wisconsin Univ., List. 256 Yale Univ., List. 257
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Books should be examined for mutilations, etc., at the time of borrowing, as the last borrower must be held responsible.
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QUESTIONS AND SUGGESTIONS. Questions are welcomed. They should be asked at the information desk or at the Librarian's office on the second floor.
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Suggestions for making the Library more useful are invited, also recommendations of desirable books.
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