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Contributions toward a special library glossary

Linda Huckel Morley

Contributions toward a special library glossary

by Linda Huckel Morley

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Published by Special Libraries Assn. in New York .
Written in English


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Statementby Linda H.Morley, with the assistance of Mary Louise Alexander[& others].
ContributionsAlexander, Mary Louise.
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Open LibraryOL21085401M

Glossary of Library Terms. This is a list of terms often used in libraries and academic research. [ A] The software used by the Special Collections Research Center to process user requests and reproduction orders. The “address” of a library book. UK Libraries use the Library of Congress call numbering system, Author: Rob Aken. When you borrow a library book and someone else requests it, you must return that book to the Library. Special Collections Sophie North and the Library International Group at the University of Bradford, who prepared the original Library Language glossary and have permitted re-use by the University of York. University Library.

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Contributions toward a special library glossary. New York, Special Libraries Association, (OCoLC) Online version: Morley, Linda Huckel, Contributions toward a special library glossary.

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