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LIBRARY COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
NEW SERIES, No. 30.
Rooms, N. W. Cor. LOCUST AND JUNIPER STREETS,
RidgwAY BRANCH, INCLUDING LOGANIAN LIBRARY, BROAD AND
OPEN FROM 81 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
Members of the Bell Telephone Exchange can communicate directly with the Library at Locust and Juniper Streets.
Persons wishing to have books kept for them may pay at the desk the cost of postal cards, and they will be notified when such books are in. Each card is good for one book only.
Members and Subscribers are allowed to open an account at the Ridgway Branch and take out the usual number of books - four volumes at a time-without regard to the state of their account at the Library.
As the Library needs many of its former Bulletins and Reports to complete sets for its own use and that of other Libraries and Institutions, the Librarian will be glad to receive any copies from members or others who may be willing to make such disposition of them.
EXTRACT FROM THE RULES. Persons not members may take books out of the Library on the same conditions as members, by paying in advance twelve dollars for one year, six dollars for six months, or four dollars for three months, commencing at any period.