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Baltic material in the University of Toronto Library

Toronto, Ont. University. Library.

Baltic material in the University of Toronto Library

a bibliography

by Toronto, Ont. University. Library.

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Baltic studies -- Bibliography -- Catalogs,
  • Baltic States -- Library resources,
  • Baltic States -- Bibliography -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Emilija Ziplans, Vida Mockus, Betty McKinstry [and] Elvi Aer.
    ContributionsAer, Elvi,, McKinstry, Elizabeth Jean,, Mockus, Vida R.,, Ziplans, Emilija Emilie, 1917-, Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ2531 T67 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination267 p.
    Number of Pages267
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19000897M

    Sean Eckard of Estonia's Starship Technologies gives presentations to UW Business and Engineering students (Febru ); Letter From the Chair (Decem ); Crossing North podcast continues with Season 2 (Decem ) Baltic Studies Program celebrates 25th Anniversary (Decem ); Learn about our new Lithuanian instructor, Eglė Vaisėtaitė!   "A most enlightening general introduction to the Baltic states The book is distinguished not only by the fairness and insight with which [Lieven] addresses ethnic issues of the region, but also by a comparative approach that integrates material dealing with each of the three Baltic countries into a comprehensive whole.

    University of Toronto Library Guide-Book for Students, circa , featuring a map of the University of Toronto campus. Date. Contributor. University of Toronto Archives. Relation. University of Toronto Libraries at (exhibit) Identifier. A Files. Collection. WBO Student Loading.

    George Wrong, son of Margaret and Edward Blake, was professor of history at the University of Toronto and head of the department from until his retirement in His son Hume served as lecturer in and assistant professor of history at the University, and his other son Harold and nephew Gerald Blake were graduates of the University.   The Lithuanian ambassador in Holland, Darius Semaška, forwarded the names and addresses of people who might know more about the Baltic University. Very soon I received the name of Pranas Jurkus, a former student living in Chicago. He not only had gathered material about the Baltic University, but Mr. Jurkus had kept in touch with former students.


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