Homemaker services in the United States, 1958 twelve statements describing different types of homemaker services. by United States. Division of Public Health Methods

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Series[United States] Public Health Service. Publication, no. 645
LC ClassificationsHV699 .A34 1958
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Pagination99 p.
Number of Pages99
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Open LibraryOL5788601M
LC Control Number59060358

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