Victorian technology and its preservation in modern Britain a report submitted to the Leverhulme Trust. by Norman Alfred Fisher Smith

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  • Industrial museums,
  • Technology -- Great Britain -- History

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ContributionsLondon, Eng. University. Imperial College of Science and Technology. Dept. of History of Science and Technology
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LC ClassificationsT179 S65
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Pagination74p.
Number of Pages74
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Open LibraryOL21481578M

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