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Names of persons: national usages for entry in catalogues; compiled by A. H. Chaplin
Bib ID 963765
Format BookBook
Author
Chaplin, A. H. (Arthur Hugh), 1905-
 
Edition Definitive ed.; edited by A. H. Chaplin and Dorothy Anderson. 
Description Sevenoaks (Kent), International Federation of Library Associations, 1967 
ix, 57 p. 21 cm. 
Series

International manuals, ; no. 2.

Notes

First published in 1963 under title: National usages for the entry of names of persons.

Subjects Names, Personal (Cataloging)  |  Cataloging.  |  Names.
Other authors/contributors Anderson, Dorothy, 1923-, ed
Available From 20/- 

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