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Trove - National Library of Australia

Trove - National Library of Australia
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Page d'accueil de la Bibliothèque numérique mondiale 17 Mind Blowing Libraries From Around The World Most people probably think that libraries are all about being quiet, studying for tests and finding places to hang out with your friends... but there's more to libraries than just that. Take these photos for example of incredible architecture and design. No, these aren't scenes from dramatic movies or prototypes of what libraries could look like. Each and every one of these formidable rooms exist somewhere in the world. 1.) Imgur 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) (Strahov Monastery Library in Prague) 9.) 10.) 11.) 12.) 13.) 14.) 15.) 16.) 17.) Libraries aren't just about getting shushed.

The Women's Library Background The origins of The Women’s Library can be traced back to the women’s suffrage movement and the 1866 women’s suffrage petition. This marked the beginning of the organised campaign for the vote which ended in 1928 when women achieved equal voting rights with men in the Equal Franchise Act. What is the story behind the 1866 women’s suffrage petition? Read the blog post to find out more. Women’s Service Library The Women’s Library began its life in a converted pub in Marsham Street, Westminster, as The Library of the London Society for Women’s Service in 1926. The Library was renamed the Fawcett Library in 1957 and the Women’s Library in 2002. The Women’s Library at 90 – blog post about the history of the Women’s Library. UNESCO-recognised collection Eight documents from the Women’s Library and the Parliamentary Archives were recognised by UNESCO on their UK Memory of the World Register in 2011. Scope of the collection Rare books Main themes Quick tips Searching the collection How to access

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National Library of South Africa - Catalogue: Basic Search Skip to content My Library Basic Keyword Search - Entire Collection IMPORTANT NOTICE: We are currently experiencing problems with the Journal Title Search function. Please use Title Search if you are searching for magazines, newspapers etc. More Search Options Latest Books ReceivedList of Newspapers on Microfilm About Collections The NLSA is not a lending library. We encourage you to preorder material where appropriate. Basic Keyword Search - Cape Town Collection About Collections Reference Section journalsnewspapersmagazinespost-1850 printed books Special Collections manuscriptsmusic and rare books (pre-1851 printed books) Basic Keyword Search - Pretoria Collection Multimedia Room microformsmultimedia Basic Keyword Search - SANB Collection The SANB is a comprehensive record of South Africas published documentary heritage and includes: Basic Keyword Search - Visual Collection photographsnegativesglass-platespostcardspicturesoriginal art works in various mediacolour slides

Réimpressions ÉFÉLÉ Présentation — Catalogue — Fidélité — Fichier source — Formats des tirages — Bien commun Nouveautés et mises à jour — Twitter Présentation ÉFÉLÉ réimprime fidèlement, sous forme électronique, des textes du bien commun. réimpressions : les textes proposés sont ceux d’éditions existantes. Vous trouverez plus de détails sur ces aspects ci-dessous. Tous vos commentaires (en particulier les erreurs dans les textes) sont bienvenus. Catalogue Le site noslivres.net intègre le catalogue ÉFÉLÉ ainsi que les catalogues d’autres éditeurs, et permet des tris et recherches. * Cette œuvre a été publiée avant 1933 et est donc libre de droits aux États-Unis, où cette réimpression a été réalisée et où elle est hébergée. Fidélité Il me semble important de respecter scrupuleusement l’orthographe et la typographie originale. Cela dit, les éditions originales ont parfois des défauts. Ce respect n’empêche pas d’enrichir les fichiers source, tant que les enrichissements peuvent être distingués de ce qui est original.

Bookshelf Porn LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks Best Young Adult Fiction 2014 — Goodreads Choice Awards The 2014 Goodreads Choice Awards have three rounds of voting open to all registered Goodreads members. Winners will be announced December 02, 2014. Opening Round: November 03 - 08 Voting open to 15 official nominees, and write-in votes can be placed for any eligible book (see eligibility below). Semifinal Round: November 10 - 15 The top five write-in votes in each of the categories become official nominees, bringing the total to 20 nominees per category. Final Round: November 17 - 24 The field narrows to the top 10 books in each category, and members have one last chance to vote! Books published in the United States in English, including works in translation and other significant rereleases, between November 17, 2013, and November 15, 2014, are eligible for the 2014 Goodreads Choice Awards. We analyze statistics from the millions of books added, rated, and reviewed on the site in 2014 to nominate 15 books in each category.

Smithsonian Libraries Fabellia : contes, nouvelles, fables, récits - Fabellia Satie, Erik, 1866-1925. Erik Satie papers, 1866-1966: Guide. MS Mus 193 Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 USA © President and Fellows of Harvard College Descriptive Summary Location: bCall No.: MS Mus 193Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard UniversityCreator: Satie, Erik, 1866-1925.Title: Erik Satie papers,Date(s): 1866-1966.Quantity: 1 linear feet (3 boxes)Language of materials: Collection materials are in French and English. Abstract: Papers of the French composer Erik Satie. Immediate Source of Acquisition: 89M-27. Provenance and former processing: This collection of Erik Satie papers is composed of two different collections. The main part of the present collection was owned by Darius Milhaud, who found these manuscripts in Satie's apartment after the composer's death in 1925 and took them to the US in 1940. After Mildred Bliss's death and the taking over of her estate by Harvard University, some items were transferred to the Houghton Library. Bibliography

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