REPORT OF TREASURER AND LIBRARIAN
|Hampton, N.H., March 2, 1925.|
We, the undersigned, have this day examined the foregoing accounts of Librarian and find them well vouched for and correctly cast with a balance on hand of $180.99.
|CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS,
HOWELL M. LAMPREY,
STATISTICAL REPORT OF LIBRARIAN
Number of books replaced, 15; Number of Books catalogued, 7,018; 38 books were rebound and 16 volumes of magazines were bound.
The number of books purchased in each class with the cost of same is given below:
Number of books issued to residents, 6,987; to non- residents, 749; magazines loaned, 195; making a total circulation of 7,931.
Largest number of volumes issued in one day, 125; smallest number, 21. Average per day, 73.
Number of different borrowers: residents, 255; non-resiaen~s, 75. Total number of borrower’s, 330. Of the total number of borrowers, 146 were young people under sixteen.
In the reading room the following periodicals may be found on the tables for the ensuing year:
Harper’s Magazine, Century, Review of Reviews, World’s Work, Outlook, Literary Digest, Ladies’ Home Journal, Woman’s Home Companion, House Wife, Photo-Era, Granite Monthly, American Botanist, Life, Union Signal, American Child, National Geographic Magazine, Bird Lore, Nature Magazine, Radio, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, Youth’s Companion, American Boy, St. Nicholas, American Fruit Grower, New England Homestead, Country Gentleman, Dearborn Independent, Exeter News-Letter, The Hamptons Union and New Hampshire Issue.
|S. ALBERT SHAW,