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Annual report / Service for the Blind
Bib ID 3773956
Format JournalJournal
Author
Library of Congress. Service for the Blind
 
Description Washington : United States, G.P.O., 1931-1936 
v. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

Title from cover.

At head of title: The Library of Congress.

Life Dates 1929-30-1934-35 
Later Title

Library of Congress. Service for the Blind. Annual reports, Service for the Blind, and, Books for the Adult Blind, including the talking-book machine activity

Frequency Annual 
Subjects Library of Congress. Service for the Blind -- Periodicals.  |  Blind -- United States -- Books and reading -- Periodicals.  |  Libraries and the blind -- United States -- Periodicals.

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