CIFNAL Releases French Microform Sets List

Thursday, July 1, 2010
Judy Alspach -

Through the efforts of the Collaborative Initiative for French Language Collections (CIFNAL)—especially Ceres Birkhead of the University of Utah—a list of French Microform Sets is now publicly available for reference use on the WESSWeb (Western European Specialists Section). This list, organized by subject, contains resources in the arts, history, literature, religion, and social sciences. The selected microfilm resources have significant research value and reflect holdings in European and North American libraries and archives. Each title is linked to its OCLC record to help researchers track down the holding institutions for these resources.

CIFNAL is a program of the CRL Global Resources Network.

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