2 edition of Material for theses in local record offices and libraries found in the catalog.
Material for theses in local record offices and libraries
F. G. Emmison
|Statement||compiled by F.G. Emmison and W.J. Smith.|
|Series||Helps for students of history -- 87|
|Contributions||Smith, W. J., Historical Association.|
Local History News is published in January, April, July and October. It is a magazine with topical articles of interest to local historians, plus reports from local societies, record offices, museums and libraries. Developments in local history education reported in Local History News can be found on the Education page of this website. Non-Book Materials, Libraries and Librarians: Author(s): Goldstein, Harold: Subject(s): Collection development (Libraries) Book selection: Abstract: Writing of one kind or another has been with us about 7, to 10, years; pictures, cave paintings, etc., as much as 50, years.
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Genre/Form: Local history Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Emmison, F. (Frederick George), Material for theses in local record offices and libraries. Local history Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Emmison, F.G.
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