Latin American studies in Europe

final report and working papers of the twenty-third Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials [held at the] University of London, London, England, July 16-21, 1978

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StatementAnne H. Jordan, editor.
ContributionsJordan, Anne H., Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin AmericanLibrary Materials, (23rd : 1978 : London)
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