Hugh Amory

Hugh Amory was Senior Cataloguer at the Houghton Library of the Harvard College Library.

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Cover: First Impressions: Printing in Cambridge, 1639. An Exhibition at the Houghton Library and the Harvard Law School Library October 6 through October 27, 1989First Impressions: Printing in Cambridge, 1639. An Exhibition at the Houghton Library and the Harvard Law School Library October 6 through October 27, 1989Amory, HughPAPERBACK05/31/2005$20.00
Cover: New Books by Fielding: An Exhibition of the Hyde CollectionNew Books by Fielding: An Exhibition of the Hyde CollectionAmory, HughPAPERBACK05/31/2005$25.00
Cover: A Houghton Library Chronicle, 1942-1992A Houghton Library Chronicle, 1942-1992Amory, Hugh
Falsey, Elizabeth A.
Finlay, Nancy
HARDCOVER04/30/1992$20.00
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