William Kirk Dickson
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- For the Scottish inventor, see William Kennedy Dickson.
William Kirk Dickson (1860, Edinburgh – 1949) was a Scottish advocate, librarian and writer. He was Keeper of the Advocates' Library from 1906–25 and Librarian of the National Library of Scotland from 1925–31.
- "The First Reader's Ticket – Brief biographies". National Library of Scotland. Retrieved 18 September 2010.
- Works by William Kirk Dickson at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about William Kirk Dickson at Internet Archive
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