2 edition of Periodicals for new literates found in the catalog.
Periodicals for new literates
Unesco. Dept. of Mass Communications.
by [Clearing House, Dept. of Mass Communication] UNESCO in Paris
Written in English
|Series||Its Reports and papers on mass communication,, no. 22, [United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Document] MC/CH/22/A., Reports and papers on mass communication ;, no. 22., [Document] (Unesco) ;, MC/CH/22/A.|
|LC Classifications||AS4.U8 A15 MC/CH/22/A|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||58003725|
Moving to opportunity for fair housing demonstration program
Enforcing air pollution controls
The poetical works of Robert Burns
Estimates for Authorized Buildings
A breed of horses.
The Dog comes home
Texas politics and government
Review of organic iodide formation under accident conditions in water-cooled reactors
NASAs implementation of NRC recommendations on space station
Playmaking with children from kindergarten to high school
Travels in the Republic of Columbia
Authorizing the law enforcement torch run for the 1999 Special Olympics World Games to be run through the Capitol Grounds
guidance handbook for new directions courses.
ancestors of the Burlinghams
State of the forests report.
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