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Published by Borthwick Institute in York .
Written in English

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Statement[compiled by the] Society of Archivists, with the assistance of the librarian of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, the chief cataloguer and his colleagues at the Brotherton Library and the archivist to the British Railways Board.
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Open LibraryOL20244115M

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