2 edition of study of public relief cases in Kansas covered by the Federal social security act. found in the catalog.
study of public relief cases in Kansas covered by the Federal social security act.
Kansas Emergency Relief Committee
in Topeka, Kan
Written in English
|Statement||The Kansas Emergency relief committee.|
|Series||Bulletin KERC 288|
|LC Classifications||HV86 .K263 no. 288|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||36027548|
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