4 edition of Classification. Class H: Social sciences. found in the catalog.
Preface signed: Charles Martel. Schedule HS prepared by G. M. Churchill, who has been in charge of class H since 1907.
|Statement||Printed as manuscript.|
|Contributions||Martel, Charles, 1860-1945., Churchill, George Morton, 1874-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||551|
|LC Control Number||10035005|
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