3 edition of Curiosities of the search-room. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Singing Tree Press|
|Publishers||Singing Tree Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
nodata File Size: 8MB.
London: The British Museum, 2000. This is an earlier library that has also had distinguished users, including, and. The 'Glass Ceiling' of Anabel Donald's 1994 novel is the ceiling of the Reading Room, where the denouement is set.
The autographs are now open to the view of all, spread out in glass cases, — as well as much other lit.
The British Museum Reading Room. An illustration of the old book stacks in the museum before their removal Construction and design [ ] In the early 1850s the museum library was in need of a larger reading room and the then-Keeper of Printed Books,following an earlier competition idea bycame up with the thought of a round room in the central courtyard. There is no such room as this in Europe. The reading desks Closure and restoration [ ] In 1997 the British Library moved to its own specially constructed building next to and all the books and shelving were removed.
London: The British Museum Press, 2002, External links [ ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to. The British Museum and the Reading Room serve as the settings for An Encounter at the Museum, an anthology of romance novellas by andamong others.
A History of the British Museum Library, 1753—1973.
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