The Annual American Catalogue 1891

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Bibliographical Guide To The Study Of The Literature Of The U S A

Author: Clarence Gohdes
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822305927
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An annual index started for 1962, as above, 1963-. 6.2 The American catalogue .
. . 1876- 1910. 8 vols, in 13. New York: R. R. Bowker, 1876- 1910. Cumulates the
Annual American Catalogue, from 1886 to 1910; the standard compilation of
American books for general sale. 6.3 Books in print: an author-title-series index to
the Publishers' Trade List Annual. New York: R. R. Bowker, 1948- . Registers by
authors and then by titles all the books listed for sale in the current catalogs of the

The Annual American Catalog

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I meet a wider demand than has shown itself for "The Annual American
Catalogue," it is proposed to replace that publication this year with The Annual
American Catalogue Cumulated, 1900-1901 including in one alphabet the short
title lists of the books of 1900 and 1 90 1, giving the information by author, title,
subject and series. This cumulation is to continue annually until a five-yearly
volume of "The American Catalogue" in its new shape is reached. It is hoped that
this form of ...

The Annual American Catalogue

Author: L. Pylodet
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PREFACE. With this, the third attempt to present to the American Book Trade, an
Annual Catalogue, the Editor closes his labors, and begs leave to state the great
obstacles and discouragements attending the preparation of such a work, which
have led to the decision to discontinue its publication. ,An Annual American
Catalogue, of bibliographical accuracy, is something next to impossible, by
reason of the indifference of the majority of our Publishers in regard to furnishing
the required ...