... Trade and industrial education for girls and women Pt. 1. Economic and social aspects of vocational education for girls and women. Pt. 2. Ways and means of establishing and operating a program. October, 1920. Issued by the Federal board for vocational education, Washington by Anna Lalor Burdick

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SeriesUnited States. Federal Board for Vocational Education. Bulletin no. 58. Trade and industrial series -- no. 15
ContributionsUnited States. Federal Board for Vocational Education
LC ClassificationsLC1045 .A28 no. 15, LC1045 .A25 no. 15
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Pagination106 p.
Number of Pages106
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Open LibraryOL24168171M
LC Control Numbere 20000623

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Trade and Industrial Education for Girls and Women: Economic and Social Aspects of Vocational Education for Girls and Women. Trade and industrial education for girls and women. Economic and social aspects of vocational education for girls and women.

Ways and means of establishing and operating a program. October, Issued by the Federal board for vocational education, Washington by Burdick, Anna Lalor; United States.

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