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caused so many cancellations that Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and its publisher Sports Illustrated Time Warner had to stop delivery to certain subscribers, such as libraries?
in Embassy Gulf Service Station Washington, D.C. was designed to be reminiscent of banks and libraries?
Welsh library educator served as Chief Librarian to the Peter Havard-Williams Council of Europe?
Mezhyhirskyi Monastery (pictured) in Ukraine, mentioned in Nikolai Gogol’s novel , is thought to have included the lost Taras Bulba library of Yaroslav the Wise?
, the oldest New Jersey Library Association library organization in New Jersey, began in 1890 with 39 members and currently has over 1,600?
the twenty-six tons of
books and artifacts from private Dr. Robert Bell's library were almost destroyed in an Ottawa fire?
is the oldest, and one of the last functioning Woodland Public Library Carnegie-funded libraries in California?
library in Michigan's originally housed Calumet and Hecla Industrial District public baths in its basement?
Church of Scientology attempted to ban the non-fiction book in Scientology: The Now Religion Canadian libraries during 1974?
's Ethelbert of York 8th century library was probably the largest book collection of its day outside of Rome?
was the first Choa Chu Kang Community Library library in Singapore to install self-check machines for borrowing and returning of books?
, father of Robert Walpole England's first Prime Minister, holds the record for the longest overdue library book at 288 years?
, a book which documents a Escape from Paradise Singaporean woman's divorce, was removed from bookstores and libraries in the country in 2002, even after it had been reviewed in the Singapore press?
mobile library, the also operates a system of Mobile Public Library libraries with eight branches and a local history and genealogy division with permanent addresses in Alabama?
art historian published a pamphlet on Charles Rufus Morey library planning called "Laboratory-Library"?
Polish bishop , founded Józef Andrzej Załuski Załuski Library, one of the largest 18th century European libraries?
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Question 1: In addition to providing materials, libraries also provide the services of ________ who are experts at finding and organizing information and at interpreting information needs, such as books on drugs.
Question 3: This wall system was first introduced on a large scale in Spain's ________.
Question 4: and those at ________ about 700 B.C.
Question 6: In the sixth century, at the very close of the Classical period, the great libraries of the Mediterranean world remained those of ________ and Alexandria.
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Question 8: Some mosques sponsored [11 ] ________.
Question 9: Private or personal libraries made up of non-fiction and fiction books (as opposed to the state or institutional records kept in archives) appeared in ________ in the 5th century BC.