William H. Bond

William H. Bond was Librarian of Houghton Library, Emeritus, at Harvard University.

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Cover: From the Great Desire of Promoting Learning: Thomas Hollis’s Gifts to the Harvard College LibraryFrom the Great Desire of Promoting Learning: Thomas Hollis’s Gifts to the Harvard College LibraryBond, William H.HARDCOVER03/31/2010$29.95
Cover: Tenniel’s Alice: Drawings by Sir John Tenniel for <i>Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland</i> and <i>Through the Looking-Glass</i>Tenniel’s Alice: Drawings by Sir John Tenniel for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-GlassGarvey, Eleanor
Bond, William H.
PAPERBACK09/30/2005$15.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Essays in Honor of James Edward Walsh: On His Sixty-Fifth BirthdayEssays in Honor of James Edward Walsh: On His Sixty-Fifth BirthdayBond, William H.PAPERBACK05/31/2005$30.00
Cover: The Philip Hofer Collection in the Houghton LibraryThe Philip Hofer Collection in the Houghton LibraryBond, William H.PAPERBACK05/31/2005$10.00
Cover: Records of a Bibliographer: Selected Papers of William Alexander JacksonRecords of a Bibliographer: Selected Papers of William Alexander JacksonJackson, William Alexander
Bond, William H.
HARDCOVER07/01/1974$40.00Currently unavailable
Cover: The Houghton Library, 1942-1967: A Selection of Books and Manuscripts in Harvard CollectionsThe Houghton Library, 1942-1967: A Selection of Books and Manuscripts in Harvard CollectionsLibrary, Harvard University HoughtonHARDCOVER01/01/1967$85.00
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