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Hoc sinh [microform] : tuan bao gia-dinh va xa-hoi
Bib ID 536566
Format MicroformMicroform, NewspaperNewspaper
Description Paris : Association pour la conservation et la reproduction photographique de la presse, 1965 
microfilm reels. 
Notes

Caption title.

Microreproduction. Originally published weekly: Thanh-hoa : Hoc shinh.

Description based on: Nam thu nhat, so 5 (21 juil. 1936)

Other authors/contributors Association pour la conservation et la reproduction photographique de la presse (France)

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    Collect from: Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room
    Call Number: mfm X 500
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: (July 21 1936-1941)
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    mfm X 500 Newspapers/Microforms Reading Room

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