2 edition of One year"s experience of American cities at war found in the catalog.
One year"s experience of American cities at war
National Institute of Municipal Law Officers (U.S.). Committee on Wartime Legal Problems of Cities.
|Statement||by the Committee on Wartime Legal Problems of Cities ; presented to the War Conference of the National Institute of Municipal Law Officers, Hotel Commodore, New York City, December 12, 1942.|
|LC Classifications||JS331 .N22|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||a 44002705|
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