THE FRASER-HICKSON LIBRARY, AN INFORMAL HISTORY.
Moodey, Edgar C.
First edition. Foreword by Edgar Andrew Collard. With 31 black-and-white illustrations and 2 maps. First opened as the Fraser Institute in 1883, it was for many years the only free public library in Montreal and obligated by the will of its founder to resist all pressures that would subject it to control by other organizations or interests.
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