Thursday, March 12, 2009

Quote of the Day (Andrew Carnegie, on Libraries)

“The man who enters a library is in the best society this world affords; the good and the great welcome him, surround him, and humbly ask to be allowed to become his servants; and if he himself, from his own earnings, contributes to its support, he is more of a man than before.”—Andrew Carnegie, “Address at the Dedication of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh,” November 5, 1895

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