4 edition of We chose the star found in the catalog.
We chose the star
by Friends Home Service Committee for the Friends Education Council in London
Written in English
Seven reproductions of contemporary documents, 24 explanatory broadsheets and 10 discussion sheets in portfolio.
|Statement||compiled by Maggie Goodrich.|
|Series||Firbank folders -- 1|
|Contributions||Friends Education Council., Friends Home Service Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
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