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Samuel Swett Green

Samuel Swett Green (February 20, 1837 – December 9, 1918) was a founding figure in America’s public library movement. His presentation forms the basis of modern library reference service and argues that librarians must acknowledge the presence of library users and interact with them by answering their questions. Considered by many to be the "father of reference work", laying the groundwork for widespread reform within the field.
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