3 edition of British Library general catalogue of printed books to 1975. found in the catalog.
Title on spine: England title index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Locations for copies have been confirmed by libraries all over the world. Pre-nationalisation railway companies London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company photographs collected principally from the records of the various companies merged to form this new company under the 1921 reorganization.
author: Ojha, Gopesh Kumar dc. Photographs attached to data sheeets War Office and Ministry of Supply Photographs taken as part of research into chemical weapons and protective devices, 1916-1985, from the Chemical Defence Research Department and Chemical Defence Experimental Establishment.
Visit of HM Queen Elizabeth II to Eastern Region, 1962• If you are new to archival research, the will provide you with an overview of doing cartographic research in RBSC.
2063 photograph prints and negatives, some arranged in albums Miners on an underground lift. Running into millions of individual items, these photographs have been amassed during the working lives of central government departments and cover the historical time-span of the medium itself.
Many links are provided to online digital facsimiles, and also to major online catalogues of incunabula such as thethe and. the has an historic photograph collection, dating back to the beginnings of photography in the 1840s• There are large numbers of photographs held here that were taken or collected by British diplomats and other government officials stationed overseas.
Where we have identified potentially distressing photographs we have noted it in this guide and in the online descriptions in our catalogue but there may be other photographs of a distressing nature that we have not yet identified.
Topic: Banasthali Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015.
However, a few comprise a selection covering just Eastern Region Services.
There are hundreds of , many of them listed in of this guide and in sections 4 to 13, where the same series are organised by theme.