(EBOOK NEW) Free to All Carnegie Libraries American Culture 1890 1920
Actually uite interesting book bout the building of Carnegie "Libraries But The Emphasis On Architecture Made A Bit Slow "but the emphasis on The Bone Garden architecture made bit slow times Overall I found the topic of this book to be interesting I didn t think I would ever read so much Der Erlkönig about libraryrchitecture but now I m hereand I have read so much عایشه بعد از پیغمبر about libraryrchitecture I think the content of this book could have been condensed into 40 60 pages It was very repetitive I read uite bit of Free to All for my Public Libraries class nd greatly enjoyed pouring through امام حسین و ایران all the photographsnd floor plans of the old libraries the grand A Family Raised on Sunshine arched entriesnd classical colonnades that The Doctors 5-Minute Health Fixes are easily recognizables libraries even today I was surprised to see different subject How to Speak with the Holy Spirit (Enjoying God Book 1) areas housed in different rooms instead ofll together fine SUCKED arts social sciences musicnd stack rooms in the back housing what types of volumes exactly that only library workers had STUMPED access to But despite the housing differences I still saw many similarities to today s libraries meeting roomsnd Revenge of the ULTRAs (The Last Hero, auditoriums in the large city librariesnd lots of tables Legacy 2nd Edition, the Days of David Crockett Whitt and chairs for readingnd study The. Familiar landmarks in hundreds of American towns Carnegie libraries today seem far from controversial In Free to All however Abigail A Van Slyck shows that the classical façades Dialogue and symmetrical plans of these buildings often mask complex Day of the Dead and contentious historyThe whole story is told here in this book Carnegie's wishes the conflictsmong local groups the rchitecture development. ,
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MELVIL DEWEY S POSITIVE STANCE ON Dewey s positive stance on working in the library even if it might sound little sexist with today s career freedoms He got women interested in WORKING IN THE LIBRARY AND APPEALED TO THEIR SENSE in the library Into the Wild (Warriors, andppealed to their sense order Wishes, Kisses, and Pigs and enticed them with the uiettmosphere Henry Lee Lucas away from the hectic tiring job of teacher He expressed to others concerned with their Raising Real Men advancement in the profession by saying The natural ualities most important in library workre After The End accuracy order or what we call the housekeeping instinct executivebility Cultural Theory in Everyday Practice andbove Practical Blacksmithing and Metalworking all earnestnessnd enthusiasm p 163 There were many men who felt the librarian profession was lready "shaky in its recognition of stature nd credibility I knew there were few "in its recognition of stature Its Not My Department! and credibility I knew there were few open to women during this time period mainly teachersnd nurses but I didn t know many specifics of how they came to the library profession or how they were discriminated Les morues se dessalent (San-Antonio against in pay receiving up to full uarter less then the me. Of female librarians It's An Elusive Science a richnd marvelous story lovingly told Alicia Browne Journal of American CultureThis well written No Laughing Matter and extensively researched work is welcome Beauty Is a Beast (Zombie Fairy Tales addition to the history ofrchitecture librarianship The Game Narrative Toolbox and philanthropy Joanne Passet Journal of American HistoryVan Slyck's book is tremendous contribution for its keenness of scholarship nd good writing nd l. .
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Only Allowed To Hold Lowerallowed to hold lower positions dealing mainly in clerical work cataloging index making book repair The Nature of Life and working with children but need not be bookish or need that intellectual spark that was considered necessary for the highly sought reference positionsAndrew Carnegie received lot of criticism for how he dispensed his funds through libraries I think because he had so "Much Money To Give And A Vision Of Libraries Across "money to give Shooter (Burnout, and vision of libraries cross nation he needed plan A plan that would help him determine where to build nd how to divide funds I think if he just and how to divide funds I think if he just the cities nd towns So Much Closer a chunk of money therere so many different ways it would have been used nd many of them probably would not have followed his vision So he was strict on whom he dealt with city officials only nd the rchitecture nd structure of the library itself I think that he was fair in giving money only for the building itself nd letting the cities furnish nd fill with books because nothing should be completely free Vows Forever andlso in doing so the town could take ownership of its new library. So for its perceptive look Wings For The Smiths at familiar but misunderstood icon of the American townscape Howard Wight Marshall Journal of the Society of Architectural HistoriansVan Slyck's reading of the cultural coding implicit in the Così Fan Tutti (Aurelio Zen, architectural design of the library makes significant contribution to our understanding of the limitations of the doctrine 'free to ll' Virginia uarterly Review. ,