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All items in the catalog were, perforce, published before 1999.
A guide to resources for Uzbek periodicals, including national bibliographic publications and catalogs, is available here. The 121 fiche in this set contain approximately 66,000 cards for Uzbek-language Cyrillic- and Latin-script monographic works held at the Russian National Library (works in Latin script are alphabetized under the corresponding Cyrillic-script letter), as well as approximately 3,000 cards for Uzbek-language monographs printed in the Arabic script.
This unique collection of the national written culture (more than 250 thousand volumes) includes rare and antique editions, manuscripts, lithographs, first national periodicals, books and other documents. This collection of books and articles extracted from journals and newspapers eventually (since the compilation of the continued after Mezhov’s death all the way to 1917) amounted to over 22,000 pages of material in Russian, English, French, German and other languages, which were (and are) housed in the form of 594 bound volumes in the Rare Books Department of the National Library of Uzbekistan.
There are also works on the history of Turkestan: In 1998, the library implemented library automation. 152-194 — U of I Library call number Russian Reference 016.95 Ak1b, v. A digitized version of the entire was prepared by the National Library and the U of I Library was recently able to make the full-text available to users outside of Uzbekistan.
Petersburg maintained separate card catalogs of its holdings of works printed in the languages of the former Soviet Union, including Uzbek.
U of I Library Call Number: International & Area Studies Microforms MFICHE 016.9587 R736k In addition to its massive retrospective card catalog of its pre-1999 Russian-language holdings, the Russian National Library in St.