United States experience in planning and providing for the needs of children and youth.

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Statement[Paper by Frances Cahn prepared for] UNICEF Conference on Planning for the Needs of Children in Developing Countries, Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy, April 1-7, 1964.
ContributionsCahn, Frances T., 1907-, UNICEF Conference on Planning for the Needs of Children in Developing Countries (1964 : Bellagio, Italy)
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LC ClassificationsHV741 .A47
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Pagination68 p.
Number of Pages68
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Open LibraryOL260611M
LC Control Numberhew64000067
OCLC/WorldCa21054411

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