6 edition of How to stock a home library inexpensively found in the catalog.
How to stock a home library inexpensively
Jane A. Williams
|Other titles||How to stock a quality home library inexpensively.|
|Statement||Jane A. Williams.|
|LC Classifications||Z987 .W486 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||95015945|
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