The country house library as a changing concept between the seventeenth and the twentieth centuries

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Stevens, V. 2021. The country house library as a changing concept between the seventeenth and the twentieth centuries.
AuthorsStevens, V.
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KeywordsCountry house libraries; Book collecting
Year2021
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