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Bulletin of Bibliography
Bulletin of Bibliography is a journal of bibliography published in Boston throughout the 20th century (and for a few years on either side).
Bulletin of Bibliography first appeared in 1897. Its full title sometimes varied over time. No issue or contribution copyright renewals were found for this serial. Bulletin of Bibliography ceased publication in 2002.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1897-1899: The Internet Archive has Volume 1, covering April 1897 to July 1899.
- 1899-1902: The Internet Archive has Volume 2, covering October 1899 to January 1902.
- 1902-1904: The Internet Archive has Volume 3, covering April 1903 to July 1904.
- 1904-1907: The Internet Archive has Volume 4, covering October 1904 to January 1907.
- 1907-1909: The Internet Archive has Volume 5, covering April 1907 to July 1909.
- 1909-1912: The Internet Archive has Volume 6, covering October 1909 to January 1912.
- 1912-1913: The Internet Archive has Volume 7, covering April 1912 to October 1913.
- 1914-1915: The Internet Archive has Volume 8, covering 1914-1915.
- 1916-1917: The Internet Archive has Volume 9, covering 1916-1917.
- 1918-1919: The Internet Archive has Volume 10, covering 1918-1919.
- 1920-1923: The Internet Archive has Volume 11, covering January 1920 to April 1923.
- 1959: HathiTrust has volume 22, number 8, covering January-April 1959.
- The magazine and dramatic indexes that appeared in early volumes of this journal were eventually spun off into a separate publication.
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