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Louisiana student home-economics clubs. by Lela Allou Tomlinson

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Published by T.J. Moran"s sons in [New Orleans .
Written in English



  • Louisiana.


  • Richards, Ellen Henrietta (Swallow),
  • Students" societies -- Louisiana,
  • Students -- Societies, etc,
  • Home economics -- Study and teaching

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Edition Notes

StatementPrepared under the direction of Clyde Mobley, state supervisor of home economics. By Lela A. Tomlinson, assistant state supervisor of home economics.
SeriesLouisiana. Dept. of education. Bulletin,, no. 267
ContributionsGraham, Helen.
LC ClassificationsL154 .B32 no. 267
The Physical Object
Pagination74 p.
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6310108M
LC Control Number34027695

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