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This is a finding aid for 5 Argentine items on microfilm held by The Library of Congress and available to the researcher in the Microform Reading Room. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office. An important source for additional bibliography of books and articles concerning the Latin American region is the annual Handbook of Latin American Studies (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/hlas/) produced by over 130 contributing editors under the editorship of the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. LC Standard Disclaimer for Pages of External Internet Links

Album y guía descriptiva del parque criollo “Ricardo Güiraldes” y del Museo Gauchesco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, San Antonio de Areco.
La Plata, Taller de Impresiones Oficiales, 1939. 45 l.
  Microfilm 93/4502 reel 3, Pamphlet 61
 
Céspedes, Guillermo. Estudio del regimen del Río San Juan.
Buenos Aires, Taller Gráfico de Luis Bernard, 1929. 58 p.
  Microfilm 93/4502 reel 3, Pamphlet 59
 
Comisión Central Honoraria de Parques y de Protección a la Fauna y Flora Aborigen de la Prov. De Bs. Aires. Parque Provincial “Ernesto Tornquist” en Sierra de la Ventana.
La Plata, 1940. 15 l.
  Microfilm 93/4502 reel 3, Pamphlet 60
 
Fiestas de la Venelimia.
Mendoza: Dirección Provincial de Turismo, 1941. 26 l.
  Microfilm 93/4502 reel 3, Pamphlet 64
 
Finó, J. Frédéric. Notas sobre camping: De la memoria del Club Andino Bariloche.
Buenos Aires, 1939. 10 p.
  Microfilm 93/4502 reel 3, Pamphlet 62
 
Jardín de la paz.
La Plata, Taller de Impresiones Oficiales, 1940. 45 p.
  Microfilm 93/4502 reel 3, Pamphlet 63
 

 

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