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Public libraries in the United States of America: their history, condition & management; a special report of the U.S. Commissioner of Education, 1876.

Corporate Author: United States.
Other Authors: Cutter, Charles A. 1837-1903., Cutter, Charles A. 1837-1903.
Language(s): English
Published: Totowa, N.J., Rowman and Littlefield [1971]
Subjects: Cataloging > United States.
Dictionary catalogs.
Library science > United States.
Libraries > United States.
Note: Vols. 1-2 paged continuously (1187 p.)
Reprint of the 1876 ed. originally published in 2 pts.: v. 1-2 of the reprint being pt. 1 of the original, and v. 3. being pt. 2, which consists of the 1876 ed. of C. A. Cutter's Rules for a printed dictionary catalog. Vol. 3 includes also the reprint of Cutter's Rules, 4th rewritten ed. (1904), published under title: Rules for a dictionary catalog.
Physical Description: 3 v. illus. 29 cm.
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