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On the supply of printed books from the library to the reading room of the British Museum ...
Panizzi, Anthony Sir
|LC Classifications||Z711.B84 P|
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|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||06043491|
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By the early s, the British Museum Library needed a larger reading room. Antonio Panizzi, the Keeper of Printed Books (–), had the idea of constructing a round room in the empty central courtyard of the Museum building.
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