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Juneteenth Roundup

–A recent article in the Times newspaper criticizes plans for reopening some schools after lockdown with what it sees as a confusing “blend” of in-school live and at-home online teaching. Alex Massie opens the article with a quote from Evelyn … Continue reading

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Alan Bell (1942-2018)

Yesterday’s Daily Telegraph announces the death of Alan Scott Bell. He was former librarian (1993-2002) 0f the London Library where he oversaw major building projects and computerization. According to an earlier notice on the London Library’s website, his death occurred … Continue reading

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Waugh at the London Library

The Irish Times yesterday ran an article on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of the London Library. This is being celebrated this week with a festival in St James’s Square opposite the library entrance. The article, by Denis Staunton, … Continue reading

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