Books In Print Supplement 3 Volume Set 2018 19

Author: RR Bowker
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ISBN: 9781642651287
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This essential mid-year supplement to Books In Print; provides the latest book publishing updates for the past six months. This resource is crucial in ensuring that libraries and bookstores have access to the most accurate information throughout the year.

Books In Print Supplement

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Books In Print Of The United Nations System

Author: United Nations
Editor: United Nations Publications
ISBN: 9789211003796
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2018 Cfr Annual Print Title 5 Administrative Personnel Parts 1200 End Volume 3

Author: Office of The Federal Register
Editor: IntraWEB, LLC and Claitor's Law Publishing
ISBN: 1640242503
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Australian Books In Print

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Law Books In Print Subject Index A I

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ISBN: 9780878021789
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2018 Cfr Annual Print Title 19 Customs Duties Parts 141 To 199

Author: Office of The Federal Register
Editor: IntraWEB, LLC and Claitor's Law Publishing
ISBN: 1640243038
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Making The Met 1870 2020

Author: Andrea Bayer
Editor: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 1588397092
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Published to celebrate The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 150th anniversary, Making The Met, 1870–2020 examines the institution’s evolution from an idea—that art can inspire anyone who has access to it—to one of the most beloved global collections in the world. Focusing on key transformational moments, this richly illustrated book provides insight into the visionary figures and events that led The Met in new directions. Among the many topics explored are the impact of momentous acquisitions, the central importance of education and accessibility, the collaboration that resulted from international excavations, the Museum’s role in preserving cultural heritage, and its interaction with contemporary art and artists. Complementing this fascinating history are more than two hundred works that changed the very way we look at art, as well as rarely seen archival and behind-the-scenes images. In the final chapter, Met Director Max Hollein offers a meditation on evolving approaches to collecting art from around the world, strategies for reaching new and diverse audiences, and the role of museums today.