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Who's who
Bib ID 2575617
Format JournalJournal
Description London : A. & C. Black 
v. : ports. ; 13-28 cm. 
ISSN 0083-937X 
Numbering Note Vol. 50, 1898, also called "second year of new issue". 
Notes

Editors: 1849, H. R. Addison; 1851-64, C. H. Oakes; 1865- W. J. Lawson; 1897-99, Douglas Sladen.

Also published in an American ed. in New York, N.Y.

Also available on CD-ROM.

Companion publication: Who was who (London, England).

Life Dates 1st (1849)- 
Former Title

Men and women of the time

Men and women of the time

Related Title

Who was who (London, England) London : A. & C. Black, 1916-

Frequency Annual 
Subjects Biography - Periodicals.  |  Biography - Great Britain.  |  Great Britain - Biography - Periodicals.  |  Great Britain - Biography - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Sladen, Douglas, 1856-1947  |  Addison, H. R. (Henry Robert), 1805?-1876  |  Lawson, W. J. (William John)  |  Oakes, C. H. (Charles Henry), 1810-1864

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