5 edition of Russian imperial government serials on microfilm in the Library of Congress found in the catalog.
Russian imperial government serials on microfilm in the Library of Congress
Library of Congress
|Statement||compiled by Harold M. Leich with the assistance of staff members of the Library of Congress European Division and Preservation Microfilming Office.|
|Contributions||Leich, Harold M., Library of Congress. European Division., Library of Congress. Preservation Microfilming Office.|
|LC Classifications||Z6956.S65 L52 1985, PN5277.P4 L52 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||85600026|
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Russian imperial government serials on microfilm in the Library of Congress. Includes indexes. Russian periodicals—Microform catalogs. Soviet Union—Government publications—Microform catalogs. Periodicals on microfilm—Catalogs.
Library of Congress—Microform catalogs. Leich, Harold M. Library of Congress. European Division. Russian Imperial Government Serials on Microfilm in the Library of Congress: a Guide to the Uncataloged Collection compiled by Harold M. Leich with the assistance of staff members of the Library of Congress Harold M.
Leich in completed a detailed catalog of a large collection of uncataloged Russian serial publications at the Library of Congress. Get this from a library. Russian imperial government serials on microfilm in the Library of Congress: a guide to the uncataloged collection.
[Harold M Leich; Library of Congress.; Library of Congress. European Division.; Library of Congress. Russian imperial government serials on microfilm in the Library of Congress: a guide to the Includes indexes.
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Contributor: Library of Congress Date: Russia/Soviet Union. Collection of Post-Soviet Ephemera; Half a Century of Soviet Serials () New Soviet and Baltic Independent Serials at the Library of Congress () Russian Imperial Government Serials on Microfilm: a Guide to the Uncataloged Collection () Russian Newspapers at the Library of Congress.
Newspapers and serials in the General Collections of the Library of Congress are maintained as bound volumes and on microfilm. Newspapers and serials from the United States and Russia are an invaluable source of information about the Russian and American frontiers.
Books from the libraries of the Russian imperial family. Royal Russian family. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress View images from the collection.
I n the early s, 2, volumes from the book collections of the Romanov family were purchased by the Library of Congress Russian imperial government serials on microfilm in the Library of Congress book a New York book dealer. Variously called the.
HISTORICAL SERIALS: MICROFILM COLLECTION Enclosed is a list of rare historical newspapers and journals on microfilm published in Puerto Rico and the United States housed at the Centro Library & Archives.
For each entry, the list provides the following information: title, sub-title; place of publication and dates of the issues; last line. The Library of Congress currently holds aboutphysical volumes (books, sets, continuations, and bound periodicals) in Russian, and approximately the same number of volumes in other languages of the former USSR and volumes in Western languages about Russia and the former Soviet Union.
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