Guide to Reference in Genealogy and Biography
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An excellent starting point for both reference librarians and for library users seeking information about family history and the lives of others, this resource is drawn from the authoritative database of Guide to Reference, voted Best Professional Resource Database by Library Journal readers in 2012. Biographical resources have long been of interest to researchers and general readers, and this title directs readers to the best biographical sources for all regions of the world. For interest in the lives of those not found in biographical resources, this title also serves as a guide to the most useful genealogical resources. Profiling more than 1400 print and electronic sources, this book helps connect librarians and researchers to the most relevant sources of information in genealogy and biography.
796.323092B GV884.A1B37 Contains 575 entries that describe the lives and achievements of basketball’s finest figures. Signed entries are arranged alphabetically and provide date and place of birth, nickname, details of early participation in sport, career highlights, and a bibliography. Appendixes offer lists of entries by place of birth, female players and coaches, and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame members. Indexed. 797. Biographical dictionary of Afro-American and African
in the Annals from the foundation of the College in 1518 to its removal in 1825 from Warwick Lane to Pall Mall East. Vol. 4 contains short biographies of 874 Fellows elected between 1826 and 1925 who died before Jan. 1, 1954. Vol. 5 contains biographies of 422 Fellows who died since the end of 1953 or who died earlier but were not included in the previous volume because they were elected to the Fellowship after 1925. Arranged alphabetically. Also designated as “Munk’s roll, v. 5.” 1257.
African biographical archive (1511). Information on areas outside Union of South Africa also sometimes publ. separately in the past, see McIlwaine’s Africa: A guide to reference material (1508) for list. Also see The Black who’s who of southern Africa today in two eds. (1979, 1982) that covered Union of South Africa only. General reference section (lists of gov. officials, etc.) and list of univs. and their staffs precede the biographical section. About 2,000 entries in 2nd ed. Full text of 2nd
Japanese novelists: A biographical dictionary. John Lewell. New York; Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1993. xii, 497 p., ill. ISBN 4770016492 895.63409B PL747.55.L48 Dictionary that provides biographical, critical, and bibliographical information for 57 20th-century Japanese novelists whose works are available in English translation. Each entry begins with a brief biographical statement, followed by a critical and analytical essay discussing the author’s life and works. Bibliographies
Contains definitions of attributes and attitudes of heraldic charges. Many drawings, color plates, and photographs. Complements his Basic heraldry (356). 375. An encyclopaedic dictionary of heraldry. [1st ed.] ed. Julian Franklyn, John Tanner. Oxford; New York: Pergamon Press, . xv, 367 p., illus. (part color) ISBN 0080132979 929.6/03 CR13.F7 Provides definitions of terms employed in heraldry, usually with some indication of usage. Major terms used in foreign heraldry are also