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    “In the 1930’s every seat in the reference reading room was taken, as the unemployed desperately tried to fill their empty days or to learn a new trade. In the circulating library long queues stretched to the main desk nar the door from the lower level up the stairs and right across the library. Yet even in the depths of the depression the Toronto Public Library continued its valuable publication program…” (Toronto Public Library, 1977)

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