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Ogden R. Reid papers, manuscript group number 755. by David Ben-Gurion

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Published by Yale Microfilming Unit in the Yale University Library in New Haven, CT .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Israel,
  • Palestine

Subjects:

  • Ben-Gurion, David, 1886-1973 -- Archives.,
  • Reid, Ogden R. 1925- -- Correspondence.,
  • Prime ministers -- Israel -- Archives.,
  • Zionists -- Palestine -- Archives.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesDavid Ben-Gurion files
ContributionsYale University. Library.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS125.3.B37, Microfilm 21,446
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfilm reel
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL634355M
LC Control Number96627177

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The name, address, and valid email address of the corresponding author. The Corresponding Author is the person who is responsible for the manuscript as it moves through the journal’s submission process. This person must be registered with Editorial Manager as all correspondence pertaining to the manuscript will be sent to him/her via the system. Manuscript Group HARMONY SOCIETY PAPERS cu. ft. The Harmony Society was founded in by Johann Georg Rapp (), a farmer and vinedresser born in Iptigen, Germany. Rapp and his followers believed in refashioning their lives around their vision of early Christian communalism during the first centuries of the Christian. Manuscript Group CARL W. GATTER ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH BOOKS 6 volumes Carl W. Gatter was an architect who conducted research for a possible reconstruction of the Slate Roof House, William Penn's Philadelphia residence during and It was erected on 2nd Street, south of Chestnut, in Philadelphia between and by Samuel.   I purchased some manuscript paper the other day and started to wonder what other composers like to use when writing (notation software aside). When making sketches, no matter the ensemble, I like to use a spiral bound notebook, usually a 96 page, 12 stave, 9x11 one like the Carta No. 9 .

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