Disaster prevention and disaster preparedness

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Office of the Assistant Vice President--Library Plans and Policies, Systemwide Administration, University of California. , Berkeley
Books -- Conservation and restoration., Library materials -- Conservation and restoration., Disasters., Libraries -- Security measures., Books., Disaster Plan
Statementby Hilda Bohem.
ContributionsUniversity of California (System). Task Group on the Preservation of Library Materials.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 23 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL14390588M

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Disaster prevention and disaster preparedness. Berkeley: Office of the Assistant Vice President--Library Plans and Policies, Systemwide Administration, University of California (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hilda Bohem; University of California, Berkeley.

Task Group on the Preservation of Library Materials. Disaster prevention and disaster preparedness. Berkeley: Office of the Assistant Vice President--Library Plans and Policies, Systemwide Administration, University of California (OCoLC) Named Person: Microformes--Conservation et restauration.

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