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Bibliographical services, their present state and possibilities of improvement; report prepared as a working paper for an international conference on bibliography [by Verner W. Clapp, chief assistant librarian, Library of Congress]

Corporate Author: UNESCO/Library of Congress Bibliographical Survey.
Related Names: Murra, Kathrine O. 1910-, Clapp, Verner W. 1901-1972.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, 1950.
Subjects: Bibliography > Methodology.
Note: Accompanied by "Appendix: notes on the development of the concept of current complete national bibliography [from 1844 to 1939] by Katherine Oliver Murras." (v, 42 p. 27 cm.) Published: Washington, 1950. Bound with v.1 of main work.
Vol. 2 has title: National development and international planning of bibliographical services.
Vol. 2 published in Paris as Document UNESCO/CUA/1 of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (AS4.U8A15)
Physical Description: v. 27 cm.
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