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Li bai liu [microform]
禮拜六 [microform]
Bib ID 1964558
Format MicroformMicroform, JournalJournal
Description Shanghai : Zhonghua tu shu guan, Minguo 3-12 [1914-1923] 
上海: 中華圖書館, 民國3-12 [1914-1923] 
v. : ill. 
Reproduction Microfilm. Beijing : China National Microforms Import & Export Corporation, 1983. 13 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. Low reduction. 
Life Dates Di 1 qi (Minguo 3 nian 6 yue [June 1914])-di 200 qi (Minguo 12 nian 2 yue [Feb. 1923]) 
第1期(民國3年6月[June 1914])-第200期(民國12年2月[Feb. 1923]) 
Subjects Fiction - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Zhonghua tu shu guan (Shanghai, China)

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    Call Number: mfm O 2072
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    Items/Issues Held: No. 1-200 (1914-1923)
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