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List of illustrations Foreword by Peter Fox Preface List of acronyms 1.Beginning 2.Johnson Reprint Corporation 3.Chadwyck-Healey 4.Cambridge and our own production 5.Official publications 6.Visual images on microfilm 7.Carving up the centuries 8.The Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps 9.Finding the archives 10.The New York Times 11.France and Spain 12.Black Studies 13.The National Security Archive 14.The last years of microform 15.The silver catalyst 16.Other digital ventures 17.English Poetry 18.Patrologia Latina 19.Periodicals Contents Index 20.Publishing online 21.German literature 22.Red Archives 23.Towards the end 24.The end Appendix 1: History of microform publishing Appendix 2: Microform technology Notes Index

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An international first-hand history of the changing face of library publishing - from the earliest days of reprint publishing, through microfilm, microfiche and CD-ROMs to the digital age - written by a pioneer of the industry.

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Sir Charles Chadwyck-Healey founded the Chadwyck-Healey publishing group in 1973 and has been at the forefront of academic publishing since that time. He is an Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford.

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