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1 online resource (2 unnumbered pages) : color illustrations

2. O ciclo d'água [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.

3. El ciclo de agua [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.

4. La ciklo de akvo [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.

5. Le cycle de l'eau [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.
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16 unnumbered reproductions of photographs (black and white ; 34 cm) + 1 booklet (28 pages ; 30 cm) + 1 color map (42 x 30 cm folded to 30 x 21 cm)
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Status of items at SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage) Status
Use restricted to Special Collections
Request
DK606 .P37 U35 2013 F In-library use

7. [Gun shy] [2013]

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1 sheet : chiefly color illustrations ; 46 x 25 cm.
"Despite not being from the west, Annie [Oakley] defined our notion of a cowgirl as a self-reliant, strong woman. She advocated for equal pay, and went to great lengths to defend her reputation. She challenged William Randolph Hearst in a series of libel lawsuits over a false newspaper story, winning 54 of 55 cases at great personal expense. After her retirement in 1913, Annie continued to tour the country, teaching over 15,000 women how to use firearms responsibly. Illustrated by Chandler O'Leary and printed by Jessica Spring, demanding that our federal government enact strict controls to end gun violence"--Colophon.
"[I]n memory of the victims of gun violence--and in hopes of enacting strict controls to prevent future violence"--Anagram Press website, viewed on April 17, 2013.
"Despite not being from the west, Annie [Oakley] defined our notion of a cowgirl as a self-reliant, strong woman. She advocated for equal pay, and went to great lengths to defend her reputation. She challenged William Randolph Hearst in a series of libel lawsuits over a false newspaper story, winning 54 of 55 cases at great personal expense. After her retirement in 1913, Annie continued to tour the country, teaching over 15,000 women how to use firearms responsibly. Illustrated by Chandler O'Leary and printed by Jessica Spring, demanding that our federal government enact strict controls to end gun violence"--Colophon.
"[I]n memory of the victims of gun violence--and in hopes of enacting strict controls to prevent future violence"--Anagram Press website, viewed on April 17, 2013.
Art & Architecture Library
Status of items at Art & Architecture Library
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Locked Stacks, Large
N7433.4 .O44 G86 2013 F In-library use
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1 volume (63 leaves) : color illustrations ; 16 cm +1 booklet (28, xi pages)
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Status of items at SAL3 (off-campus storage)
SAL3 (off-campus storage) Status
Stacks Request
TR647 .A954 2013 Available

9. Kitaran air [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.

10. Kolobeh vody [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.
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1 online resource (1 poster) : color
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1 online resource : color illustrations.

13. Obeh vody [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.
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5 postcards : color ; 12 x 18 cm
Special Collections
Status of items at Special Collections
Special Collections Status
Rare Books Collection (non-circulating)
Z844 .S54 2013 In-library use

15. Su döngüsü [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.

16. Vodni ciklus [2013]

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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.
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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.
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1 online resource ([1] page) : color illustrations.
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1 poster : ill. ; 61 x 46 cm folded to 31 x 23 cm
Special Collections
Status of items at Special Collections
Special Collections Status
Gunst Collection (non-circulating)
NC1850 .D34 W38 2013 F In-library use
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1 online resource (1 poster) : color