Political and social factors in the advocacy of free libraries in the United Kingdom, 1801-1922
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Political and social factors in the advocacy of free libraries in the United Kingdom, 1801-1922

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Written in English


  • Libraries -- Great Britain -- History.

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Paginationvii, 701 leaves.
Number of Pages701
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Open LibraryOL17274730M

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