ART LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES
Jones, Lois Swan and Sarah Scott Gibson
Development, Organization, and Management
Explains how art libraries operate and what policies and principles govern their activities. With decades of experience in the field, authors Louis Swan Jones and Sarah Scott Gibson offer advice on compiling bibliographical information, using online databases and networking. Minor wear to edges and joints.
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OCCASIONAL POEMS, TRANSLATIONS, FABLES, TALES &c
by Somervile, William
First edition. (NCBEL 568) Author's second book, which includes most of his writings to date. Somerville, also spelled Somervile, was a British writer who, after studies directed toward a career at law, lived the life of a country gentleman, indulging in the field sports that were to make up the subject matter of his best-known poems, especially "The Chace" (1735). (Dictionary of National Bibliography and Encyclopedia Britannica.) Lacks free front endpaper. Offset to the facing pages from the glue on the pastedowns. Some scattered foxing. Hinges starting.