2 edition of Mendelssohn"s South African bibliography found in the catalog.
Mendelssohn"s South African bibliography
|Contributions||Colvin, Ian D. 1877-|
|LC Classifications||Z3518 M41 1968|
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Mendelssohn's South African bibliography, being the catalogue raisonne of the Mendelssohn library of works relating to South Africa, including the full titles of the books, with synoptical, biographical, critical, and bibliographical notes. (2 vol. set).
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South African Bibliography. London: The Holland Press, Second Ed: Limited to Sets. Hardcover. Two volumes, and 1, pp. Catalogue of the Mendelssohn library of books relating to South Africa. Extensively annotated and great detail on each work.
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