While we all take advantage of a break between spring and summer semesters, it's always a good time to read professional literature. I usually read some serious materials searching for engaging articles for students and colleagues alike. Today the Huntington Library posted an article about George Watson Cole, one of the great bibliographers on the early twentieth century. Cole's biographer, Donald Dickinson, wrote about his prolific work cataloging and describing the Huntington's ever-growing collection. (Dickinson, Donald C. George Watson Cole, 1850-1939. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1990.) At the end of the Huntington's article, there's a link to a piece on 12 Librarians who saved LA history.