2 edition of scope of Toronto"s Central Library found in the catalog.
scope of Toronto"s Central Library
|Statement||by Lee Ash, with the assistance of David Pierce-Jones.|
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Scope of Toronto's Central Library: a review of the nature of the book resources of the Central Library Division, with notes on the use of nonbook materials and on some related studies.
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