4 edition of Catalogue of books in the Roxbury branch library of the Boston public library found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Z881.B753 R2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 288 p.|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||04004458|
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Excursions in the Alps. British Gazetteer. History of the West Indies. Catechism of the Steam Engine.
It awakens a taste for reading, but it furnishes to the public nothing to be read. Letters to a Student. Merle d'. Warton, J. Smith; Langrishe; R.
Thefts and losses of military weapons, ammunition, and explosives
Naval training station on the Island of Yerba Buena, San Francisco Harbor, California.
Human Resources, Creativity, and Innovation
The golden stallion to the rescue
White for danger
Atlas florae Europaeae
Microwave engineers handbook
new order of public worship arranged for the congregation at St. Georges Hall
transformation of the urban economic base
Study of municipal schools with special focus on dropouts, standard of education, and remedies.
Essays historical and moral
The complete tap dictionary
Old and New England. In September,it expanded and became the first BPL branch to purchase books from public funds. Homer's Odyssey. See vol.
History of Massachusetts. Dictionary of Americanisms. To make way for the Roslindale Branch Library at Washington Street, a fire house at the corner of Washington and Poplar Streets had to be demolished. Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. New series. Life of a Sailor.
Reasons of the Christian Religion. It opened on July 24, Abolition of the Slave Trade. In a new library building was built at the present site, Centre Street.
On the Useful Arts. The present branch library building was opened in History of the Methodist E. Cartas Philologicas.
History of United States.
It became a full-service branch of the Boston Public Library in Smith; Langrishe; R. Epitome of History of Europe.
Travels in Spain. Views of Theology. Evenings at Home. Essays continued; Index. The ceilings, decorated with plaster moldings, are reputedly inspired by the Rufford Abbey Library in England.
Voyage round the World. Conchologist's Text Book. When the municipal facility became outmoded plans were made to move the library again. The architecturally distinctive building features large schoolhouse windows and two fireplaces. Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland. From the Resignation of Sir M.Dec 20, · The Boston Public Library has released its list of the 10 most frequently borrowed books forand once again, a popular thriller has slipped into the top spot.
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