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Published monthly by Sara Bodman of the Centre
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libraries. It contains titles of books and articles on the history of
the printed book worldwide. It is based on ABHB, the Annual Bibliography
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period different services will be tried out. The EU-project BookTownNet
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of index pages.
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Meta-site with numerous European book arts resources.
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