Title from cover.Subtitle, An annotated catalogue of publications andresources issued by Greater London local authorities, local historical and archaeological societies, amenity societies, and community publishing projects during the 1960"s, 1970"s and early 1980"s, with listingsof local history collections, museums, societies, and notes on London wide historical societies and library collections.
|Statement||compiled by Peter Marcan, David Payne and Lesley Baker ; edited by Peter Marcan.|
|Series||Public library resources series -- no.1|
|Contributions||Marcan, Peter., Payne, David., Baker, Lesley.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
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