The Maribor Union of Cultural Societies and its Libraries
The author describes the foundation and development of the Maribor Union of Cultural Societies, his investigation being -centered upon the libraries of this Union in the period between the two World Wars. The treatise traces the development and expansion of the library network, the number of members and the number of books. The author describes what people liked to read most, he mentions the most zealous librarians and finishes with the German occupation in 1941 when these libraries ceased to function.
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