Dictionary of national biography, founded in 1882 by George Smith.

The concise dictionary from the beginnings to 1911; being an epitome of the main works and its supplement, to which is added an epitome of the supplement, 1901-1911. Both ed. by Sir Sidney Lee.

Publisher: Oxford University Press in [Oxford]

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Edition Notes

Other titlesConcise dictionary of national biography
ContributionsSmith, George, 1824-1901, Lee, Sidney, Sir, 1859-1926
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LC ClassificationsDA28 D45 1920
The Physical Object
Pagination1456,129p.
Number of Pages1456
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19969195M

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