2 edition of Interlending in Germany and Great Britain found in the catalog.
Interlending in Germany and Great Britain
Rachel Ruth Ellis
Thesis (M.A.) - Course project in the Department of Information and Library Studies, Loughborough University, 1996.
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Zerah Colburn. Steamindex home page. At last a copy of Zerah Colburn's Locomotive engineering and the mechanism of railways (Ottley ) has been seen although it may be questioned whether the copy inspected at the British Library at St Pancras was seen by George Ottley as Ottley notes a location at the was originally published by William Collins of Glasgow as a part-work and. in Great Britain many documents that are not available locally cannot be supplied from else-where. The inter library loan system can claim a satisfaction rate of over 95%, but 4% or 5% of 3m requests a year represents ,, documents - allowing for non-existent items, say , documents a .
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