Purdue University Libraries attitude survey, 1959-1960
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Published in Lafayette .
Written in English


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Statement[report by Abraham N. Barnett, chairman, and others]
ContributionsBarnett, Abraham N.
LC ClassificationsZ733.P985 P8
The Physical Object
Pagination51 l.
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5933019M
LC Control Number64064131

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