geographic classification of geography material as based upon the Dewey classification system. by Alfred H. Meyer

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LC ClassificationsZ697.G4 M4
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A GEOGRAPHIC CLASSIFICATION OF GEOGRAPHY MATERIAL AS BASED UPON THE DEWEY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM ALFRED H. MEYER Valparaiso University I T IS a matter of common knowledge to geographers and librarians alike that both the Dewey Decimal system and that of the Library of Congress fail to provide.

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