bibliographer

noun
bib·li·og·ra·pher | \ ˌbi-blē-ˈä-grə-fər \

Definition of bibliographer 

1 : an expert in bibliography

2 : a compiler of bibliographies

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Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018

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1775, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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