2 edition of Hints on how to live in a war economy found in the catalog.
Hints on how to live in a war economy
Texas. State College for Women, Denton. War Council.
Bibliography: p. 53-57.
|Statement||by members of the T.S.C.W. War Council; A.S. Lang, chairman.|
|Series||College bulletin, [no. 301, April 15, 1943]|
|LC Classifications||TX9 .T4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||44042323|
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