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The Radcliffe Science Library, Oxford


    1. LORD COTTESLOE does not explain why the Radcliffe Trustees, in negotiating the transfer of scientific books to the University, would not have been greatly assisted if they had had the benefit of the inside scientific knowledge of their own Librarian. Their readers have been deprived of his expert aid for three years, and that is a long time in the history of a science library, or in the life of an undergraduate.

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