Different types of ready reference sources, Humanities

DIFFERENT TYPES OF READY REFERENCE SOURCES

There are many types of ready reference sources. These sources satisfy fact-finding queries or in few cases, material-finding questions. They may be grouped into six to twelve major classes:

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