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Small library automation information and issues by Robert Bocher

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Published by Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction in Madison, Wis .
Written in English


  • Small libraries -- Automation.

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StatementRobert Bocher, Ann Christman.
SeriesBulletin / Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction -- no. 91491, Bulletin (Wisconsin. Dept. of Public Instruction) -- no. 91491
ContributionsChristman, Ann., Wisconsin. Dept. of Public Instruction.
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Paginationx, 157 p. --
Number of Pages157
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Open LibraryOL14660341M

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