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Electronic Books: A Bibliography
ENGLISH

Chennupati K. Ramaiah
2012 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
This bibliography provides all references of the published literature on e-books and related technologies in one source so that it will save time for others in conducting literature searches and reviewing  ...  A collaborative study: On the demands of mobile technology (e-book readers) on virtual collection development.  ...  Books, books everywhere, but nary a one in print: Cushing academy eliminates print books from its library. OCLC Sys. Serv., 2010, 26(1), 5-7. 870. Liu, Weiling & Cox, Fannie M.  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.32.2.1593 fatcat:rr4sux4qojcodibronyuuofrli

Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting, held at Rochester, New York, December 31, 1901, and January 1 and 2, 1902, including Proceedings of Third Annual Meeting of the Cordilleran Section, held at San Francisco, December 30 and 31, 1901

H. Le Roy Fairchild
1902 Geological Society of America Bulletin  
There has not been a single call for books during the year from mem bers of the Society not residing in Cleveland ; yet it would seem that there should certainly be a use for the library on the part of  ...  , but extracting from the rock everywhere every atom of the chemical elements th a t can be seized on to promote th eir own development.  ...  This file may not be posted to any Web site, but noncommercial use in classrooms to further education and to make unlimited copies of items in GSA's journals for table, and/or a brief paragraph of text  ... 
doi:10.1130/gsab-13-475 fatcat:76gvdtvq4bcbbeglerfubctvtm

German Scientists and the Atom Bomb

William G. Schlecht
1959 Science  
which in- cluded routine reports and business, a panel discussion on the academy move- ment, a concurrent afternoon session on junior academies, and a dinner at which John A.  ...  against it Since our business might have bearing on yours, this is the first in a series of reports on work we’re doing for a variety of clients, not only in the nuclear industry but in such diverse fields  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.129.3347.438-c fatcat:lujmi3nn4rdxvfndmaei72o7oe

Expect More: Demanding Better Libraries for Today's Complex World [article]

R. David Lankes, Austin, The University Of Texas At
2021
Libraries have existed for millennia, but today many question their necessity. In an ever more digital and connected world do we still need places of books in our towns, colleges, or schools?  ...  In Expect More, David Lankes, winner of the 2012 ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Award for the Best Book in Library Literature, walks you through what to expect out of your library.  ...  in libraries.  ... 
doi:10.26153/tsw/13962 fatcat:7duinvmia5h2pj5d43skhxqy2a

The diagnosis and treatment of acute craniocerebral injuries

Alton Ochsner
1931 American Journal of Surgery  
She reported again in 12 days; some little difficulty in breathing through left naris, caused by a severe cold on that side.  ...  Hence from a cosmetic standpoint the operative treatment has much to commend it. A very peculiar case was lately reported to the New York Academy of Medicine by Dr. Henry W.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0002-9610(31)90045-7 fatcat:hlgowirqc5c2lld72javzuzj6a

Miscellany

1933 New England Journal of Medicine  
A quotation from this book entitled ‘How to Budget Health’?  ...  It is also satisfactory for a large number of people in the middle economie groups for ordi- nary minor illnesses.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm193305112081902 fatcat:h2stj33ta5fmpcie6joev3ugqm

Scientific American Catalogue

1881 Scientific American  
in Cali forms a large quarto book of over one hundred s e n � � Ite of the Atl a, nt l C.  ...  . © 1881 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC study of the frame of the child in a healthy state, from its birth up to the time when it and its dis eases may no longer be regarded as peculiar, but as coming under  ...  formed, and concluding with a Dissertation aud less female issuing from this egg agai n be g-ins the this g'us. '1' he canals and spiral vessels that art:' I Processes on COttOli Fibers.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican12311881-426 fatcat:xtiqbfu3unf2fgcauzbmx5jlsu

Miscellany

1931 New England Journal of Medicine  
I can show you a print made from the photograph of a small papilloma of the bladder which has been stained supravitally and ask you to note how different the tumor in this print looks from the ordinary  ...  To read it is like reading Beaumont’s book of experi- ments on gastric digestion.  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm193111262052202 fatcat:5eg5wp6nonddfcopieap2sfr5y

CONTEMPORARY DRAMATISTS & TH€ ART OF TH€ TH6ATR6 Articles Opinions and Notes A QUARTERLY OF CRITICISM AND R€VI€W

Diane Bessai, Brian Parker, John Ripley, Neil Carson, Robert Wallace, Chris Johnson, Kim Maltman, Alexandre Amprimoz, S Mayne, Peter Christensen, Tony Cosier, Roo Borson (+24 others)
unpublished
The author carried for a few years a small ledger full of lines, filling it with words during his travels, then it was typed and printed, and as a book travelled out to his friends, more of them now.  ...  They would look well on the coffee table an d will endure on library shelves.  ...  If you can stay in Canada, I can, too. Everybody says Canada is a hard country to govern, but nobody mentions that for some people it is also a hard country to live in.  ... 
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The targum (1929:Oct. 1 - 1929:Oct. 29)

No Name Supplied
1929
In January 1869, the Targum as we now know it, made its appearance as a monthly paper that concerned itself with student "literary contributions" and college news as well as serving as a vehicle for bringing  ...  As a student organization, the Targum operated under the oversight of the dean of students and student government but in October 1980, the Targum became an independent college paper.  ...  Although "we do not deem a lecture on "How to Study" worthless, we know of no one who ever learned how to find a book in Voorhees library in an hour.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-0dne-yq49 fatcat:ccupywnieffflc7cfrlsoj4244

The targum (1948:Apr. 6 - 1948:Apr. 30)

No Name Supplied
1948
In January 1869, the Targum as we now know it, made its appearance as a monthly paper that concerned itself with student "literary contributions" and college news as well as serving as a vehicle for bringing  ...  As a student organization, the Targum operated under the oversight of the dean of students and student government but in October 1980, the Targum became an independent college paper.  ...  (Continued from Page 1) who appeared in "Juno", will play the part of the citizen. Other  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3-7pxj-2r70 fatcat:5i43vju2m5gvhpxm3lvgp77bp4

Salisbury Advertiser 10-1912

(:Unkn) Unknown
1912
Inter*** IB Th* SalUbuiy ADVBB TIBKB'B big voting oontwt laoreaaei It u attured that ther* will i competition la every dlatxlot :;tor th* six priaei offered Tbe Florl ;oaTour, Diamond Blag* and Gold .  ...  A flirt la like a dipper attache to a hydrant; eyeryone la at llbert to drink from It. but no one deelrea to carry It away N. P. WUlia.  ...  to do good and in the enjoyment of books, nature and art Mental powers may be de veloped in other places-the me chanics' institute, the mercantile library, the winter lyceum, the private study, the gatherings  ... 
doi:10.13016/m27659g94 fatcat:zw3zwwlktndsdggh7dxuhz7rlq

Marylander and Herald 06-1912

(:Unkn) Unknown
1912
In the presence of hundreds of men ' from all parts of the State andliis own county, many of them prominent in public and business life, and a large number of women, the body of former Governor Austin  ...  Lane Crothers was buried last Tuesday afternoon in the old cemetery adjoining the Presbyterian Church at West Nottingham, Cecil county.  ...  This is to give notice that the partnership heretofore existing between A. F. Benjamin, S. A. Graham,J. T. Toadvine, E. F. Diaharoon trading as Graham & Co.  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2hq3s006 fatcat:l5f6o5p5zzhcfbeaargyu55d4u

Jersey City of To-Day

Frank Stevens
1910
This book descibes Jersey City in Hudson County, New Jersey including history, people, trades, commerce, institutions and industries.  ...  He is likewise an advocate of the city beautiful, as his work will attest, and some of his buildings are amon a the most artistic in the city.  ...  Having no permanent quarters, Avenue, for several brick apartments on West Side Avenue, and for a large number of two-family houses, many of which are on the north side of Boyd Avenue between the Hudson  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3rx9b34 fatcat:ugkpwrvwhjhzlc36khh5avgqmm

American drama in antislavery agitation, 1792-1861

John Collins, John Collins
1963 unpublished
S t a t e U n iv e r s ity o f Io w a L ife H A ^ iE S  ...  his summary of the position of nineteenth century science on racial anthropology. I am especially indebted to Dr. Donald C.  ...  It turned out to be, as Dumond puts it, "a book of horrors."  ... 
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