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APA Citation

Dag Hammarskjold Library.  (1974).  United Nations documents index : United Nations and specialized agencies documents and publications : cumulated index, volumes 1-13, 1950-1962.  New York :  Kraus-Thomson

MLA Citation

Dag Hammarskjold Library.  United Nations documents index : United Nations and specialized agencies documents and publications : cumulated index, volumes 1-13, 1950-1962  Kraus-Thomson New York  1974

Australian/Harvard Citation

Dag Hammarskjold Library.  1974,  United Nations documents index : United Nations and specialized agencies documents and publications : cumulated index, volumes 1-13, 1950-1962  Kraus-Thomson New York

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