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101 more hymn stories :

the inspiring true stories behind 101 favorite hymns.

Bibliography Information:
Material Type:Book
Collection:Adult Nonfiction Books
Call Number:783.909 Osb
Title:101 more hymn stories :
Remainder of title:the inspiring true stories behind 101 favorite hymns.
Personal name:Osbeck, Kenneth W.
Statement of responsibility:Kenneth W. Osbeck ; foreword by Cliff Barrows.
Coordinated Info:Year: 1985 / ISBN: 0825434203 / 327 pages
Value: $8.95 / Paperback
Reference and Record Number: 56
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Additional Bibliographic Information:
Subject:Hymns, English
Subject:Sheet music
ISBN:0825434203
Classification number:ML3186
Item number:.O855 1985
Edition number:19
Classification number:783.9/09
Place of publication:Grand Rapids, Mich. :
Name of publisher:Kregel Publications,
Date of publication:1985
Extent:327 pages
Other physical details:music ;
Dimensions:23 cm.
General note:Includes index.
Bibliography or note:Bibliography: p. 322-324.
Purchase price:8.95 / Paperback
General subdivision:History and criticism.

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  1. David at 2015-08-10T16:38:

    I am very impressed by your implementation of OpenBiblio. I am currently building a library for my wife’s classroom. How did you get book covers to show?

  2. thripp at 2015-09-26T00:17:

    Thank you, David!

    If I am remembering correctly, I did direct edits to the OpenBiblio PHP template files to implement the book covers and other features.

    It was easy to programmatically hotlink to the Amazon image files for some books. For others, I scanned the books and uploaded them to my server, and programmatically linked to them with a PHP variable for the filename, which was the record ID # in the OpenBiblio MySQL database. It was a bit tedious to scan items, of course.

    I grew tired of OpenBiblio’s byzantine code structure so I started making a new ILS in PHP called Bookley: http://bookley.org/

    However, then I lost interest 4 years ago and never did anything else with it.

    I would recommend looking at Library Thing for your wife’s library: https://www.librarything.com/

    Sincerely,
    Richard Thripp


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