UNT Microform Literary Texts and Bibliographies | Microforms

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Title: UNT Microform Literary Texts and BibliographiesAdd to your cart.
ID: 03/
Extent: 20.0 Microfilm Reels
Languages: English, Spanish;Castilian

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The Microforms Department has literary texts and bibliographies covering material from the earliest medieval manuscripts up through modern texts.

Administrative Information

Repository: Microforms
Access Restrictions: All microforms are for library use only.
Technical Access Note: Equipment required to read, copy, or digitally scan microforms is available in the Microforms Department.

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Item 20: Wright American FictionAdd to your cart.


Based on the three-volume Lyle H. Wright bibliography, Wright American Fiction is a unique record of America during its formative years (1774-1900). Representing primarily fiction, these books provide an insight on how people lived, what they read, and what they thought about, chronicling the development of American culture.


American Fiction, 1774-1900: Cumulative Author Index to the Microfilm Collection (Z1231.F4.A4) and revised reel indexes for series 1-3 are located on the Microform Index Shelves.

Call Number: Film J806; 1380 reels. 10,640 items. Ser. 1-3.

Series 1 -- 1774-1850, 171 reels.

Series 2 -- 1851-1875, 403 reels.

Series 3 -- 1876-1900, 806 reels.

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