2 edition of Level of selected home management concepts attained in residence and non-residence courses. found in the catalog.
Level of selected home management concepts attained in residence and non-residence courses.
Carole Allen Vickers
Written in English
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Dissertation: Level of Selected Home Management Concepts Attained in Residence and Non-Residence Courses Field of Specialization: Home Economics Keith Edward Wagner, Meadville, Pa.
B.A. (Thiel College) ; M.A. Dissertation: Economic Development in Pennsylvania during the Civil War, Field of Specialization: History.
Level of selected home management concepts attained in residence and non-residence courses/ By Carole Allen Vickers. Topics: Home Economics, Home economics. Publisher: The Ohio State University / OhioLINK. Year: OAI identifier: oai::osu Author: Carole Allen Vickers.
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