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*Series information
 
*Series information
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*Creator:  author, editor, or other major contributor, if known
 
*Publisher information, including date
 
*Publisher information, including date
 
*Language
 
*Language
 
*Physical description
 
*Physical description
*ISBN number for books, database information for articles, or URL for on-line resources
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*Unique identifier: can include ISBN number for books, database information for articles, or URL for on-line resources
*A brief abstract
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*A brief abstract, where available  
 
*Notes
 
*Notes
   
Images and written information about the Exposition are provided on the site to provide visual interest and tie together the materials chosen for the library.
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Images and written information about the Exposition are provided on the site to provide visual interest and tie together the materials chosen for the library. These include book covers, photographs and illustrations from the publications, and other visuals.
   
We hope you will enjoy exploring our library as much as we enjoyed compiling it.  (184 words.  CS. 9/28)
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We hope you will enjoy exploring our library as much as we enjoyed compiling it. 
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Contributors:
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Marianne Kordas
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Stephanie Lewin
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Carol Sabbar
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John Sutton
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Jason Wunsch

Revision as of 05:12, November 6, 2009

The theme of this library is the 1889 Exposition Universelle held in Paris.  Sub-pages of the site discuss several aspects of the exposition's significance, including the following:


  • Architecture and Technology
  • Culture and Anthropology
  • Fashion
  • History
  • Music

Resources have been chosen for each of the above areas because they provide relevant information on this topic.  Since the topic is historical in nature and pre-dates most forms of photography as well as audio or video recordings, most of the items are either books, articles from newspapers, and drawings.  Most are on-line reproductions of original resources.  Some of them are in French.  Given the age and uniqueness of each item, we are providing as much of the following metadata about each as possible:


  • Title
  • Series information
  • Creator:  author, editor, or other major contributor, if known
  • Publisher information, including date
  • Language
  • Physical description
  • Unique identifier: can include ISBN number for books, database information for articles, or URL for on-line resources
  • A brief abstract, where available  
  • Notes

Images and written information about the Exposition are provided on the site to provide visual interest and tie together the materials chosen for the library. These include book covers, photographs and illustrations from the publications, and other visuals.

We hope you will enjoy exploring our library as much as we enjoyed compiling it. 

Contributors:

Marianne Kordas

Stephanie Lewin

Carol Sabbar

John Sutton

Jason Wunsch

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.