A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GOLD COAST.
Reprint of 1932 first edition published by the Gold Coast Colony. This is the most exhaustive bibliography cited in Besterman having 5168 listings on the subject of the Gold Coast. (Besterman 2615). The Portuguese who came to Ghana in the 15th Century found so much gold between the rivers Ankobra and the Volta that they named the place Mina, meaning Mine. The Gold Coast was later adopted as a name by the English colonizers. Indexed.
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LES ARCHIVES DE L'IMPRESSIONNISME: LETTRES DE RENOIR, MON...
by Venturi, Lionello
Text in French. Reprint of 1939 edition published by Durand-Ruel, Paris and New York, 1939. A collection of letters and documents produced by major Impressionist painters. Introductory essay surveys the development of Impressionism and the lives of Impressionist painters from the first manifestations of Impressionism into the early 20th century. Organized chronologically by painter. Indices of names and illustrations. Black and white plates.