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https://doi.org/10.21857/ypn4oc85e9

LIBRARIES IN VARAŽDIN BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS

Sanja Županić ; Varaždin


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Sažetak

In Varaždin, the period between the two world wars was marked by intense
activities involving libraries. The majority of significant libraries were closed
stack libraries functioning within various Varaždin societies. During the interwar
period the National Reading Room, Yugoslav Academic Society “Tomislav” and
Workers’ Educational and Cultural Society “Sloboda” had their own libraries,
and through books, newspapers, magazines, lectures and other activities they
worked diligently on broadening the culture and education in Varaždin. In order
to make books, newspapers and magazines accessible to all society layers the
Public Town Library was founded at the beginning of the 19th century due to
the initiative of the Town Government, National Reading Room and Yugoslav
Academic Society “Tomislav”. Moreover, some time after the end of the Second
World War library items belonging to the Public Town Library, National Reading
Room and Workers’ Educational and Cultural Society “Sloboda” functioning in
the interwar period, were merged for the purpose of founding a new institution
named Library and Reading Room “Sloboda”.

Ključne riječi

Varaždin, interwar period, libraries, reading rooms, culture, enlightenment.

Hrčak ID:

231135

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/231135

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