1 Bliss= Bliss.Nota: Henry Evelyn Bliss, creador de la clasificación bibliográfica.Ex. The bibliographic classification was developed by Henry Evelyn Bliss (1870-1955), an American librarian employed from 1891 until 1941 in New York City College Library.----* sistema de clasificación de Bliss = Bliss classification scheme.* * *= Bliss.Nota: Henry Evelyn Bliss, creador de la clasificación bibliográfica.
Ex: The bibliographic classification was developed by Henry Evelyn Bliss (1870-1955), an American librarian employed from 1891 until 1941 in New York City College Library.* sistema de clasificación de Bliss = Bliss classification scheme.
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