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Edited by Richard I. Korman

Organization Manuals are official guides describing the way government and administration is organized in individual countries. Published as serials, they reflect a nation's passage through periods of expansion, consolidation and contraction, making them valuable reference tools not only for academic researchers but also for government agencies, area specialists and international corporations.

This microfiche edition reproduces the manuals of 73 countries from original volumes in the Library of Congress, the largest collection of Government Organization Manuals in the world. Some smaller countries issue large manuals at frequent intervals. In these cases, only selected volumes have been reproduced.

The countries covered are listed in the Price List. Details of titles available for each country will be supplied on request.

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A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century

Eight-volume English edition reprinted in two volumes; two very scarce volumes of the German edition, which were not translated into English, reprinted in a separately available third volume.

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A Concordance to the Poems of Dylan Thomas

Romantic. Affirmative. Rhetorical. The poetry of Dylan Thomas urged readers to ponder life as they never had before. Researchers now have access to a concordance and word list keyed to the 1978 printing of Dylan Thomas: The Poems, edited by Daniel Jones.

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A People at War

Letters, diaries, memoirs, and other personal papers from the Civil War holdings of the Library of Congress. Edited by John R. Sellers.

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A Salute to Canada’s Sesquicentennial Anniversary

Canada is partying with “unanimity” and “heartiness” like it’s 1867.

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The Challenge of Cataloging Complex Subjects

How the University of Leicester’s David Wilson Library and ProQuest teamed up to solve organizational inconsistencies across subjects.

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