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Short study visit to French and German libraries, April/May 1987.

M. M. Hadcroft

Short study visit to French and German libraries, April/May 1987.

by M. M. Hadcroft

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Published by [City of Birmingham Polytechnic Library] in [Birmingham] .
Written in English


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ContributionsCity of Birmingham Polytechnic. Library.
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