To celebrate the centenaries of two of Reading’s branch libraries, both listed buildings funded by the famous Andrew Carnegie, librarian and local historian David Cliffe has written this fascinating account of their inception and development. Thoroughly researched and extensively illustrated, this book reveals much of the workings of local government as well as the social history of the early 20th century.
David Cliffe. Paperback, 200 x 200 mm, 52 pages, December 2007.
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