Planning for Canadian archives

a Canadian congress organized by the Association of Canadian Archivists in cooperation with l"Association des archivistes du Québec
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Published by Bureau of Canadian Archivists representing the Association of Canadian Archivists and l"Association des archivistes du Québec , [Montréal]
Archives -- Canada -- Congre
Other titlesPour un développement planifié des archives canadiennes.
StatementMarion Beyea, co-editor = Pour un développement planifié des archives canadiennes : un congrès canadien organisé par l"Association of Canadian Archivists avec la collaboration de l"Association des archivistes du Québec / Marcel Caya, co-rédacteur. --
ContributionsBeyea, Marion., Caya, Marcel., Association of Canadian Archivists., Association des archivistes du Québec.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi, 127 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19347280M
ISBN 100771700989

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