MANUAL BIBLIOGRÁFICO DE ESTUDOS BRASILEIROS.
- Rio de Janeiro: Grafica Editora Souza, 1949.
- paper wrappers
- xi, 895 pages
Price: $350.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 138317
First edition. Near fine. A scarce book.
Bibliographic Handbook on Brazilian Studies by the library scholar Rubens Borba de Moraes (1899-1986), director of the United Nations Library (UN) in New York and Nestor of Modern Librarianship in Brazil, and Harvard scholar William Berrien (1902-1966). The work collects approximately 6,000 titles, subdivided according to the categories art, law, education, ethnology, philology, folklore, history, literature, general reference works and sociology; Some sections such as law and history once again contain numerous subheadings, such as colonial history, economic and social history or the history of the natural sciences and medicine. With author register In the appendix. From the reference library of Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts with their bookplate included.