Anne Anninger

Anne Anninger is a former Curator of Printing and Graphic Arts at the Houghton Library of the Harvard College Library.

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Cover: Centuries of Books and Manuscripts: Collectors and Friends, Scholars and Librarians Building the Harvard College LibraryCenturies of Books and Manuscripts: Collectors and Friends, Scholars and Librarians Building the Harvard College LibraryAnninger, Anne
Stoddard, Roger
HARDCOVER10/15/2005$25.00
Cover: Spanish and Portuguese 16th Century Books in the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts: A Description of an Exhibition and a Bibliographical Calatogue of the CollectionSpanish and Portuguese 16th Century Books in the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts: A Description of an Exhibition and a Bibliographical Calatogue of the CollectionAnninger, AnnePAPERBACK05/31/2005$20.00
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