Family

1930-2008

…the success of a public library is difficult to measure; circulation statistics and the like tell only part of the story. Such matters are analogous to that part of the iceberg above the surface. The real meaning of the library to its citizens is hidden like the under-water section of the iceberg, and while we may guess, we have not yet developed the sonar capable of measuring it. – Richard W. Ryan

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