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The University of California Library at Berkeley, 1900-1945, by Kenneth G. Peterson
Bib ID 1943284
Format BookBook
Author
Peterson, Kenneth G
 
Description Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970 
viii, 205 p. illus., plans, ports. 24 cm. 
ISBN 0520092112
Series

University of California publications. Librarianship, ; 8

University of California publications in librarianship ; v. 8

Notes

Bibliography: p. 191-200.

Subjects University of California, Berkeley. Library.
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