1 edition of Elsevier"s lexicon of archive terminology found in the catalog.
Elsevier"s lexicon of archive terminology
Cover title: Archive terminology.
|Other titles||Lexicon of archive terminology, Archive terminology|
|Series||Elsevier Lexica, L6|
|Contributions||International Council on Archives|
|LC Classifications||CD945 E4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
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