3 edition of Guide book to childhood found in the catalog.
Guide book to childhood
American Institute of Child Life.
On cover: Members hand book.
|Statement||prepared by William Byron Forbush ... assisted by the executive secretaries, members of the administrative board of the Institute and various other authorities.|
|Contributions||Forbus, William Byron, 1868-|
|LC Classifications||HQ750.A1 A6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||13012300|
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