3 edition of Books, newspaper, and libraries in pioneer St. Louis, 1808-1842 found in the catalog.
Books, newspaper, and libraries in pioneer St. Louis, 1808-1842
Eleanora A. Baer
|Statement||by Eleanora A. Baer.|
|Series||Kentucky microcards -- 50.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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"Books, Newspapers, and Libraries in Pioneer St. Louis ()," Eleanora A. Baer, (C) cubic feet (1 folder) Finding Aid. Thesis prepared for Library School of the University of Wisconsin.
Gives description of books brought to St. Louis by settlers, and acquisition of materials in early schools and libraries. Keywords: Baer, Eleanora A., “Books Newspapers and Libraries in Pioneer St.
Louis, (),”(C) Created Date: 8/15/ PM. Books, newspapers, and libraries in pioneer St. Louis () [Microform] Format Microfilm Book Published Description 72 l. Notes Microfilm (negative) Madison, University of Wisconsin; [distributed by Dane County Title Co.] 1 microfilm reel.
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The Mercantile Library has an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century St. Louis newspapers, including St. Louis Suburban newspapers such as the South Side Journal.
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