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Now I work on monograph, its CDRS (Collaborative Digital Reference Service), could you let me know where can I find some information of dissertation about my… 189 28.10.2009 Library of Congress is no doubt the best source of information concerning your iquiry. http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ http://www.loc.gov/index.html http://www.loc.gov/rr/digiref/
Im looking for a book by Abraham H. Maslow called Maslow on Management, Im new to this system and need help. 189 29.9.2009 You´ll find Maslow´s book in our HelMet-library here http://www.helmet.fi/record=b1398284~S9 You can make a reservation via button Request, but you need a HelMet library card and a PIN code, wich you get at any HelMet library (a valid ID card with a photograph needed). HelMet Web Library website http://www.helmet.fi/search~S9/X
I was trying to reserve a CD from a band named Unit 4 +2, and there didn't seem to be a way to do it. There doesn't appear to be a "Request It" button at this… 189 27.2.2018 Right now the only copy of the CD has been taken aside for some repair operation (I cannot see the reason). Unfortunately you just have to wait and hope that eveything goes well and the CD is soon again in circulation. If that happens, you see the possibility to reserve it as well. Heikki Poroila
Mannerheim statue in Seinäjoki 189 5.3.2018 There is a small publication about the parks in Seinäjoki "Seinäjoen puistot ja viheralueet" published by the city of Seinäjoki in 2015. There is a short text concerning the Mannerheim Park and statue. You can find this publication on the website of the city of Seinäjoki: https://www.seinajoki.fi/material/attachments/seinajokifi/asuminenjaymparisto/puistotjametsat/BcqFeoDsJ/sjk_puistoesite_2015_web.pdf There are also too older booklets that might be useful for your project. Unfortunately they are not in digital form. Ahti Mäntylä: Seinäjoella sijaitsevien sotiimme liittyvien sotamuistomerkkien kertomaa, 2000 (What the war memorials in Seinäjoki tell us) Hilkka-Maija Keskinen: Seinäjoen patsaita, 1992. (Statues of Seinäjoki) 
We need to find Finnish air charter Companies or Operators so we could freight a small plane to come to Russia and then back to Finland. 188 14.12.2005 Below, please, find to links to charter companies in Finland http://www.jetflite.fi/ http://internetsivu.yritysopas.com/ivalonlentopalvelu At the Helsinki-Malmi airport, contanct information belove, charter companies do operate. Please, contact the airport, http://www.ilmailulaitos.fi/airport_helsinki-malmi?pg=5850.
I am a TaiK student. Please, I need to fin a book. I have looked a lot in library engines in Helsinki, and I can not seem to find it. I need help to find it… 187 5.4.2005 It seems that the book you need isn't to be found in Helsinki. You may have to make an interlibrary loan to get the book or one of the articles from the book. You may want to check the fees on the page http://www.lib.hel.fi/page.asp?_item_id=2227, or ask the personel on the interlibrary loan office before you fill in the interlibrary loans form at http://www.lib.hel.fi/forms/kaukopalvelupyynto.asp?_lang_id=EN. Copies of articles may turn out to be costly. The Social Indicators Research Series has in dept articles on subjects that are taken up in a journal called Social Indicators Research. The Library of Statistics has the journal. Their address can be found on http://www.stat.fi/index_en.html
Do you have a recipe or instructions how to make viili starter (pohjapiimä) from ingredients available in the U.S.? 184 13.2.2002 In Finland there are two kinds of viilis:the short and the long one, which is more "stretching". For the short viili You can make the starter. Look at: http://www.home-media.com/camdenews/recipe.htm and http://www.futurefoods.com/ --->information sheet --->Ferments. But for the long viili it is more difficult. You could ask for more information from Valio. The Internet adress is: http://www.valio.fi/index.shtml
Information regarding painter Henrik G. Heinonen, commissioned by Royal Palace of Sweden to paint art works for the Palace. Also Russian body guard for the… 178 28.4.2005 Please contact the Genealogical Society of Finland for guidance. Their address is http://www.genealogia.fi/indexe.htm
Who was the Nobel prize of literature in 1974? 177 29.11.2004 Hello, In the year 1974 there was two Nobel literature prize winners: Eyvind Johnson and Harry Martinson (both from Sweden)
Which local organisation can provide company registration seraches online? 176 28.10.2009 We could not find a free company reristry so we suggest that you get in touch with the Ministry of Employment and the Economy: http://www.tem.fi/?l=en
Good morning from Barcelona, I would like to know ho many bookmobiles are in Finland and, if it is possible, could you tell me where can I find more… 176 23.3.2018 In 2016 there were 137 book mobiles in Finland, 6 675 088 items were borrowed from the book mobiles, and there were 10 414 book mobile stops in the country, http://tilastot.kirjastot.fi/index.php?orgs=1&years=2016&stats=100 . More library statistics can be found in the Finnish Public Libraries Statistics, http://tilastot.kirjastot.fi/index.php?lang=en . There is a mobile library site, but helas, it's only in Finnish, https://www.kirjastot.fi/kirjastoautot. There is a contact person, however, you could write to, Heli Itkonen-Vesa (heli.itkonen-vesa@jns.fi) and ask for more detailed information. There is a nice video about mobile library activity and cooperation in northern Finland, Lappland, http://now.libraries.fi/mobile.html in…
Searching sources for my thesis I´m getting courious to know wich are the reasons (social and historical)why you have in Finland such a high level of… 175 5.11.2003 There's a good starting point for your thesis on the site of the Ministry of Education: http://www.minedu.fi/minedu/culture/library/public_libraries.html There are also two shorter articles on the Internet that I believe you should check out. One is under the address http://www.uwasa.fi/~sukkula/juhlakirja/english.html and written by Ilkka Mäkinen. The article will provide you with a historical perspective. The other one is under http://www.lib.hel.fi/julkaisut/media.html and concerns the situation today. There are also books on the subject, for instance: Finnish public libraries in the 20th century. You can find more books on our database http://www.helmet.fi/screens/opacmenu.html
I have found some money from Findland in the USA. The units are called Hell Bank Notes, what do you know about this money and can it be redeamed there from… 174 21.11.2003 This site has excellent information on hell bank notes in general: http://www.luckymojo.com/hellmoney.html : “The word Hell was introduced to China … by Christian missionaries who claimed that non-converted Chinese folks were all "going to Hell" when they died -- and the Chinese, thinking "Hell" was the proper English term for the afterlife, adopted the word. Thus, Hell Bank Notes are simply Afterlife Monetary Offerings or Spirit Money. …when people die, their spirits or ghosts go to an afterlife where they continue to live on, doing the same sort of things why did while alive, eating, drinking, wearing clothes, playing with their children, and so forth. In order to ensure that they have lots of good things in the afterlife, their…
Can I somehow send a fax from your library? 171 22.6.2005 Hello! In Helsinki you can send a fax eg in Töölö library, Topeliuksenkatu 6, tel. 09-31085025. You can send a fax only in Finland region. Also in following libraries: Herttoniemi, Itäkeskus, Jakomäki, Kannelmäki, Kontula, Käpylä, Laajasalo, Malmi, Munkkiniemi, Oulunkylä, Puistola, Pukinmäki, Rikhardinkatu, Suutarila, Tapanila, Tapulikaupunki, Töölö, Vallila and Viikki. If you want send a fax to abroad, you can do that in Tikkurila library (main library in Vantaa), Stockmann department store or Elisa shops.
Päivää ! So I am a student in finnish language in Paris. Unfortunately there is no book about finnish grammary. Even if you get it in english I would it. Then… 171 23.3.2007 The Finnish grammar is available in the internet. On the following sites you’ll find it both in English and in French: http://www.uta.fi/~km56049/finnish/ http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~pamakine/kieli/suomi/ http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnois The following titles offer you the Finnish grammar in book form, one of them in French. - Fred Karlsson: Finnish- an essential grammar, Routledge 1999, ISBN 0415207045 - Merja Karjalainen and Helena Sulkala: Finnish, Routledge 1992, ISBN 0415026431 - Limnell, Eija: Finnois express (Finlande) : guide de conversation, les premiers mots utiles, notions de grammaire, culture et civilisation, renseignements pratiques, Editions du Dauphin 2006 ISBN 2-7163-1323-7
: My partner and I were wondering if our local libraries accept book donations in Finland. We have books in other languages (Spanish, Swedish, English) that we… 171 16.7.2018 Hi! Basically yes, but it depends so much on the exact titles you have to offer. If the library (system) already has enough of that title, the answer is always "thanks but no thank you!". Especially when we are dealing with books in other languages than Finnish most of the smaller libraries are probably not willing to be active at all. If possible, visit the main library in Pasila and ask for the staff of the Multilingual Library or send them e-mail at monikielinen.kirjasto@hel.fi or make a phone call (09) 3108 5402 And please remember that this is the moment of the year, when most professional librarians are on vacation! 1-2 months later everything is easier... Heikki Poroila
Which library in Espoo or Helsinki I can get ISO 8583:87,93 standards? 171 9.10.2000 In this case I would recommend You to ask about the standard at Helsinki University Library, Main Library, entrance Unioninkatu 26, Telephone Service 358-9-191 23196, Information Retrieval, tel. 09-191 22740, e-mail HYK-tietopalvelu@helsinki.fi , opening hours Mon - Fri 9 - 20, Sat 9 - 16. You can also get information on this task of Finnish Standards Association SFS, http://www.sfs.fi/english.html , Information Service, e-mail: info@sfs.fi
I am looking for plans and instructions for building a kayak named Kiva 2 (K2) that were published in a magazine titled Joka Poika. Any help would be… 171 17.9.2003 Unfortunately we did not find the plans and instructions for building the Kiva 2 (K2)-kayak. The magazine Joka Poika is not listed in our databases, so we could not find it either. But when we searched the internet for information about this subject, we found the following two links, which might be useful to you. We hope that they help you to find what you're looking for: http://www.kayakforum.com/KayakBuilding/index.shtml http://koti.nettilinja.fi/~welho/eng/index.html
I would like to know about essentials for successful business communications in Finland. What kinds of things do you have on that? 170 20.10.2003 You can do a search for example in the National Bibliography of Finland http://fennica.linneanet.fi/webvoy.htm . First click Search. "Business communications" means "liikekirjeenvaihto" in finnish, so write that in the Search for -box. Choose Subject(browse)-search and click Search. You'll get 65 titles in the headings list. Click the number 65. Now you'll get the list of the titles in front of you. Most of them are in finnish. If you want only those in english, click Post limit on top of the list. Now you can choose the language: english. Remember to click Set limits. Now you'll get 14 titles in front of you, all of them are in english. You can also try "liike-elämä and viestintä". So write liike-elämä - viestintä in the Search for -box…
I am looking for a published work of the play written by Adolf Paul called "King Christian II" (König Kristian II). I believe it was published around 1898. … 170 18.12.2005 König Kristian II : Schauspiel in fünf Akten was published by Lübeck : Lübcke & Hartmann, in 1899. A second edition was published in 1903 by Breitkopf & Härtel. This is said to be a new and complete german edition. A swedish edition, Kung Kristian den andre : skådespel i fem akter was also publised in 1899 by Alb. Bonnier. These books belong to the national collection of the finnish national library, the Helsinki University Library, and can only be read there in the reading rooms. You night be interested in purchasing this book and then a list of Antiquarian booksellers night be useful. Please see below, http://www.worldartantiques.com/Association-BookSAY.htm.