In the next place, there are few professions which are in themselves so attractive as librarianship.
Library schools in the United States give courses of one and two years in all the branches of librarianship.
Leibniz wished to come to the English court of George I, but was unkindly ordered to attend to the duties of his librarianship.
The practical emphasis in these four bibliographies betrays the training of their authors in librarianship.
But I think I could have made a better success of librarianship if I had had more library training.
It is a commonplace of library history that librarianship has contributed the card catalog idea to commercial life.
In every country there is now some kind of association for the study of librarianship, archives or bibliography.
Kerr, Willis H., "Normal schools and their relation to librarianship," 193-7;mem.
There are one or two other features of librarianship which merit passing mention.
"Normal schools and their relation to librarianship" (Kerr), 193-7.