proposal for province-wide organization of library services in British Columbia
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proposal for province-wide organization of library services in British Columbia by British Columbia. Library Development Commission. Committee on Library Development.

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Published in Victoria .
Written in English


  • Libraries -- British Columbia.,
  • Library surveys.

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Statementsubmitted to the British Columbia Library Development Commission by its Committee on Library Development.
LC ClassificationsZ735.B88 A48
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Pagination50 p.;
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17007254M

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