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History of women : guide to the microfilm collection
Bib ID 763927
Format BookBook
Description Woodbridge, Conn. ; Reading, England : Research Publications, c1983 
xxix, 476 p. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0892350407
Notes

Includes indexes.

Library also holds microfilm described in guide at mfm 1424.

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Subjects Women -- History -- Microform catalogs.  |  Women -- History -- Bibliography.

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    MG mfm 1424 Main Reading Room - Newspapers and Family History
    YYq 305.4 H673
    Copy: YY hbk
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