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Survey of the state of audio collections in academic libraries / by Abby Smith, David Randal Allen, and Karen Allen.

Main Author: Smith Rumsey, Abby.
Related Names: Allen, Karen. , Allen, David Randal.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, D.C. : Council on Library and Information Resources, 2004.
Subjects: Bibliothèques universitaires > États-Unis > Fonds spéciaux.
Archives sonores > Conservation et restauration.
Enregistrements sonores > Conservation et restauration.
Phonothèques > États-Unis.
Wetenschappelijke bibliotheken.
Sound archives.
Sound recordings.
Sound recordings > Conservation and restoration.
Libraries > Special collections > Sound recordings.
Note: "August 2004."
Physical Description: vi, 59 p. ; 28 cm.
ISBN: 9781932326116 (pbk.)
1932326111 (pbk.)
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