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Cambridge Histories Online provides MARC records free of charge for all titles in the collections. You may download a MARC21 format file (.mrc) containing records of all titles contained within each collection from the MARC records page within Subscriber Services. We will add a new file for each upload of new content as and when it is published.
MARC records for these titles are also available via OCLC. Please visit their site for more details.
MARC record reader software such as MarcEdit will be required to add these files to your library system. If you have trouble saving or opening the file, make sure it's saving to your computer with a .mrc extension. If you don't have MARC record reader software installed, you can right-click when downloading the file, save it with a .mrc extension, and then open that file in a text editor like Notepad.
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