Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Ohio.

The Christian Science Monitor is serving the public so well in school and public libraries that it is a privilege to make it available. Librarians are always informed that subscriptions are introductory, and that the hope is that the libraries will make a Monitor subscription a regular expense on the budget. One librarian writes in part: "During the last year this paper was used very regularly by a fairly large group of people outside the school. Its greatest use was probably in the school itself. . . . Our last year file we have already found of great value in reference work this year." This library is a combination school and public library, and the librarian's letter further stated that as soon as funds were available an effort would be made to undertake payment of the subscription. Another librarian speaks of the constant demand for the Monitor and of "the well-thumbed pages of the Wednesday Magazine Section."

NEXT IN THIS ISSUE
Editorial
Avoiding Disappointment
October 19, 1935
Contents

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit