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Written in English


  • University of Toronto. -- Faculty of Library and Information Science. -- Library.,
  • Library science libraries -- Collection development.,
  • Book selection -- Policy statements

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StatementLibrary, Faculty of Library and Information Science, University of Toronto.
GenrePolicy statements
The Physical Object
Pagination16 leaves.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22351289M

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