Brotherton Collection
   Part of the Leeds University Library, Leeds, England. It is one of the largest collections of books on Gypsy subjects. The original collection was donated by Mrs. McGrigor Phillips in 1950, and an endowment enables its continued progress.

Historical dictionary of the Gypsies . .

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