2 edition of Some early Canadian libraries. found in the catalog.
Some early Canadian libraries.
Esther Grace Harrop
1950 by Western Reserve University, School of Library Science in [Cleveland] .
Written in English
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Reprint, McDonald and Newton County sections of Goodspeeds Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald counties history.
Adventures in realism
Portions of Vincent and Boddington pedigrees
Hulls Gulch Environmental Trail
Groundwater in Illinois
The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher
Aspects of the French classical ideal
A catechism of Scripture doctrine
Fiji in the Commonwealth
Survey of fish species in Ohio waters of Lake Erie.
Robberies of banks and savings & loan associations in California.
The Sablé Collection for 19th Century French Studies is located within the Rare Book collection at the John M. Kelly Library and contains over books by and about Émile Zola. The Sablé Collection is comprised of s volumes (most of them in original edition) on French Romanticism and French history and society in the 19th century.
Pre-Confederation books and other materials printed in Canada, printed abroad by Canadians or about Canada, or having a Canadian connection. Early printed books, regardless of place of publication or subject. Pre Some early Canadian libraries. book Canadian imprints.
Pre imprints in Canadian. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Includes some text in French. Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Guides to the literature --Canadian library history in English and French to a survey and evaluation ; Canadian library history in English and French,a survey and evaluation / Peter F.
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