Definition of Library card
1. Noun. A card certifying the bearer's right to use the library.
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Literary usage of Library card
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1885)
"Borrowers are to have a library card, which they are to produce whenever they take out a book ... The evils of the public library card system are mitigated, ..."
2. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1916)
"The tots would take home a brand new blue library card with their first book, and when the card was returned for a new book a week later the original color ..."
3. Annual Conference Proceedings of the American Library Association by American Library Association. Conference, American Library Association (1890)
"Do you permit the pupils to take books from the library, as well as from the school, giving them a library card at the same time ..."
4. Modern American Library Economy as Illustrated by the Newark, N.J., Free ...by John Cotton Dana, Sara Cleveland Van de carr, Sarah B. Ball, Marjary Lawrence Gilson, Grace Thompson, Corinne Bacon, Julia Augusta (Scofield) Harron by John Cotton Dana, Sara Cleveland Van de carr, Sarah B. Ball, Marjary Lawrence Gilson, Grace Thompson, Corinne Bacon, Julia Augusta (Scofield) Harron (1912)
"When a borrower reports his library card lost, write in pencil on a blank ... If a borrower wishes to get a new library card at the end of seven days upon ..."
5. Papers and Proceedings of the ... General Meeting of the American Library by American Library Association General Meeting (1892)
"No child in the school can take home any of these books unless provided with a regular library card, in no way differing from the card used at the library ..."