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Men and machines: a study of the applications of mechanisation to library processes and of the effects on staff and library users: papers presented at the Weekend School held at Bretton Hall College of Education, West Bretton, Wakefield, 11th-14th April 1969;

Author: Peter William Harold Pickup; Leeds, Eng. University. Bretton Hall College of Education, West Bretton, Eng.; Library Association. County Libraries Group.
Publisher: London, Library Association (County Libraries Group), 1970.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter William Harold Pickup; Leeds, Eng. University. Bretton Hall College of Education, West Bretton, Eng.; Library Association. County Libraries Group.
ISBN: 0853650624 9780853650621
OCLC Number: 103676
Description: 56 pages 26 cm
Responsibility: edited by P.W.H. Pickup.

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