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origins of the Leeds library service, 1850 - 1900

Paulette E. Stewart

origins of the Leeds library service, 1850 - 1900

from private sphere to public sector.

by Paulette E. Stewart

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Dissertation (B.A.) - Trinity and All Saints College, Leeds, 1996.

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