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Conference on the arts, publishing and the law May 5, 1952. by University of Chicago. Law School

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Other titlesThe arts, publishing and the law.
SeriesIts Conference series,, no. 10
LC ClassificationsKF2979.A2 C5
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Pagination148 p.
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL207280M
LC Control Numbera 54006731

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