Newspapers as a Source for Studying the Music Business in England, 1660–1750. / Harbor, Catherine.

In: Business Archives: Sources and History, Vol. 90, 2005, p. 1–13.

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Newspapers as a Source for Studying the Music Business in England, 1660–1750. / Harbor, Catherine.

In: Business Archives: Sources and History, Vol. 90, 2005, p. 1–13.

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Harbor C. Newspapers as a Source for Studying the Music Business in England, 1660–1750. Business Archives: Sources and History. 2005;90:1–13.

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Harbor, Catherine. / Newspapers as a Source for Studying the Music Business in England, 1660–1750. In: Business Archives: Sources and History. 2005 ; Vol. 90. pp. 1–13.

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