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History of private Libraries made open-to-the-public

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Samuel Marks posted on Sat, Mar 17 2012 4:14 PM

I am looking for a history of private Libraries made open-to-the-public (any/all countries).

I remember reading a partial history of (if I recall) 19th century America by Rothbard on this topic, but it was only a paragraph or two long.

Can you recommend literature which contains a history of private-libraries made open-to-the-public?


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