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Baltimore Enoch Pratt Free Library
Baltimore (Md.) Enoch Pratt Free Library
Central Library of Baltimore City
Central Library SLRC
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore
Enoch Pratt Free Library Baltimore, Md
Enoch Pratt Free Public Library
Maryland State Library Resource Center
Pratt Central Library
Pratt (Enoch) Free Library
Pratt Free Library
Pratt Library
Pratt library Baltimore, Md.
State Library Resource Center
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United States Maryland Baltimore
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Barton, Mary Neill
Hart, Richard H.
Hart, Richard Harry
Poe, Edgar Allan
Quinn, Arthur Hobson
Sinclair, Dorothy
Annual program
Annual report of the Enoch Pratt Free Library
Baltimore reaches out; library service to the disadvantaged
Bibliography of stage settings, to which is attached an index to illustrations of stage settings
bibliography of subject poetry anthologies, A
blacklist., The
Book selection policies.
Brief guide to reference sources
Deiches Fund studies of public library service.
Eastern Shore of Maryland, The : an annotated bibliography
Enoch Pratt Free Library brief guide to reference sources
Enoch Pratt free library staff instruction book; detailed methods and practices in all departments and branches
Finding list of books and periodicals in the Central Library.
Finding list of the Enoch Pratt free library of Baltimore city. Central Library.
General Reference Department staff manual
guide to reference books;, A
H.L.M.; the Mencken bibliography.
In Baltimore-- ask the Pratt library : 75th anniversary pictorial history.
Joseph Lewis Wheeler, pathfinder and pioneer
Letters and documents in the Enoch Pratt Free Library
Literature in American education, an important timely statement
Lizette Woodworth Reese, 1856-1935; a tribute commemorating the unveiling of the Reese memorial tablet at the Enoch Pratt free library, May second, nineteen hundred and forty-three.
Lords Baltimore, a collection of portraits loaned by Dr. Hugh H. Young displayed in the central hall, Enoch Pratt free library, Baltimore., The
Lords Baltimore; contemporary portraits of the founder and the five proprietaries of Maryland, now the possession of the people of Maryland through the initiative and generosity of Dr. Hugh Hampton Young, who presented five of these paintings., The
Murals based upon Edmund Spenser's "Faerie queene" by Lee Woodward Zeigler, with a description of the scenes by Charles Grosvenor Osgood.
Period biographies
Pratt Library album, The : Baltimore neighborhoods in focus
Public Information Center Project; final report, December 31, 1970, The
Reference books.
Reference sources.
reorganization of a large public library, The ; ten year report of the Enoch Pratt free library, 1926-1935.
Salary statistics for large public libraries.
Shared experience., The
song index of the enoch pratt free public library
St. John's College list of great books, The
Studies of public library service
"Want-to-be" stories; one hundred stories for character education in the first three elementary grades