Key title index to the American genealogical-biographical index : register of Family History Library call numbers

edited by Patricia I. Clark and Dorothy Huntsman
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Family History Library, c1990
iii, 62 p.


"This book is to help you interpret citations and help you locate the original sources of information for names indexed in The American Genealogical-Biographical Index. It reproduces the titles found in the 'Key Title Index' and supplement found in volumes 54 and 70, and it corrects some bibliographic errors."

"All of the entries found in the first series are included in the second series. Use the first series only for that portion of the alphabet not yet included in the second series. Citations in the 'Index' consist of an abbreviated title and a page number. In this book abbreviated titles appear to the left followed by expanded bibliographic citations. Call numbers for sources at the Family History Library are found in parentheses following each entry."

"In some cases the books indexed are original editions that have now either been supplemented or superseded by revised editions. Check the Family History Library Catalog for additional sources and for items that may have been received since this register was compiled. compiled"--Pref.

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