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Essay and general literature index
Bib ID 2279164
Format JournalJournal
Description New York, H.W. Wilson Co 
v. 26 cm. 
ISSN 0014-083X 
Summary

Vol. 1 is "a cumulation in one alphabet of parts 1-6 of the Essay and general literature index ... published ... January 1931 ... [to] July 1933 ... 173 additional volumes have been indexed."

Includes "List of books indexed" (published also separately).

Notes

Each edition is kept up to date by semiannual issues in July, and annual, biennial, or triennial cumulations.

Editors: v. 1, 1900-33, M. E. Sears, M. Shaw; v. 2, 1934-40, M. Shaw; v. 3, 1941-47, D. H. West, E. A. Fidell.

CD-ROM ed. available.

Life Dates v. [1]- 1900/33- 
Frequency Frequency varies 
Index/Finding Aid Note Vols. 1-7, 1900-69. 1 v. 
Subjects Literature - Indexes.  |  Essays - Indexes.  |  Essais (Genre litteraire) - Index.  |  Litterature - Index.
Other authors/contributors Sears, Minnie Earl, 1873-1933, ed  |  Shaw, Marian, 1895-, ed  |  West, Dorothy Herbert, 1902-, ed  |  H.W. Wilson Company

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