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  1. A Tale of Two Networks: The Bell Telephone System and the Meaning of "Information," 1947–1968
  2. Emily Goodmann
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  1. The Literature of American Library History, 2016–2017
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  2. Tanya Clement
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  2. Marc Kosciejew
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  2. Hannes Mandel
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  2. Nick Seaver
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  1. The Scientific Journal: Authorship and the Politics of Knowledge in the Nineteenth Century by Alex Csiszar (review)
  2. Jonathan Tennant
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  2. Christine T. Wolf
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