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Australian conspectus manual : a collection assessment guide / compiled and edited by Margaret Henty
Bib ID 544649
Format BookBook
Author
Henty, Margaret, 1946-
 
Edition Preliminary ed. 
Description [Canberra : National Library of Australia], 1991 
97 p. (loose-leaf) ; in folder, 32 cm. x 27 cm. 
ISBN 0642105103
Notes

"February 1991."

"This manual is based on the Pacific northwest collection assessment manual, third edition, compiled and edited by Nancy Powell, and used by agreement with the Western Library Network, Washington, U.S.A.'.

Bibliography: p. 79-96.

Subjects Collection development (Libraries) -- Australia.  |  Library resources -- Australia.
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