3 edition of A few titles in child study. found in the catalog.
A few titles in child study.
Wilson, Louis N.
|Statement||By Louis N. Wilson ...|
|Series||Publications of the Clark university library, Worcester, Mass.,, vol.2, no. 3. April, 1907|
|LC Classifications||Z1009 .C65 v. 2, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||08000289|
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