A MICHIGAN BIBLIOGRAPHY. Floyd Benjamin Streeter.

A MICHIGAN BIBLIOGRAPHY.

(Michigan).

2 volumes. A partial catalogue of books, maps, manuscripts and miscellaneous materials relating to the resources, development and history of Michigan from earliest times to July 1, 1917; together with citation of libraries in which the materials may be consulted, and a complete analytical index by subject and author.

  • Lansing(MI): Michigan Historical Commission, 1921.
  • 8vo.
  • cloth.
  • 753; 466 pages.

Price: $75.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 54523

8,643 entries in the above categories, including about 1,000 maps and 2,000 manuscript items (Besterman 3902/3). Does not include most newspaper and magazine items. Michiganiana or items about Michigan published there or as far away as Germany, and from the 17th to the 20th century. Most of the 2nd volume is the author/subject index. Covers soiled, spotted, with some bubbling of cloth on Vol.2. Vol.1 shaken, with splitting of shoulders, front hinge. Heads, tails of backings worn.