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Reasons for Failure to Accept Assignments to Works Program Employment in Urban and Rural Communities of Ohio, Series II, No. 15

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United States. Works Progress Administration. Reasons for Failure to Accept Assignments to Works Program Employment in Urban and Rural Communities of Ohio, Series II, No. 15. Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research, April 3, 1936, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6731, accessed on August 9, 2022.

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From title page: Prepared under the supervision of A. Ross Eckler, Chief, Special Inquiries Section

Cover title: 8703

Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research

Washington, DC

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  • sudocs: Y 3.W 89/2:13/2-15
  • oclc: 33634083

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