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Free town libraries, their formation, management, and history
in Britain, France, Germany & America. Together with brief notices of book-collectors, and of the respective places of deposit of their surviving collections.
By Edward Edwards.

Published by J. Wiley and son; [etc.,etc.] in New York .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

"The primary purpose of this volume is to serve as a handbook for promoters and managers of free town libraries ... Its secondary purpose is to compare British experience in that matter with foreign, and particularly with American experience."
Book iv, "Historical notices of book collectors" covers 1093 collections.

Classifications

Library of Congress Z721 .E26

The Physical Object

Pagination xiv, [2], 371 <262> p.
Number of pages 371

ID Numbers

Open Library OL6921178M
Internet Archive freetownlibrari01edwagoog
LC Control Number 02025235
OCLC/WorldCat 1385548
Library Thing 3422539

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