1974 Australasian social welfare conferences.



Publisher: Dept. of Social Welfare in [Wellington

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Proceedings of the conferences of government social welfare officials held in Wellington, 11-14 February, 1974.

Other titlesAustralasian social welfare conferences.
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LC ClassificationsHV472 .N55
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Pagination101 leaves ;
Number of Pages101
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Open LibraryOL4944002M
LC Control Number76371598

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