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post-war reconstruction of Liverpool Delivered at the annual meeting (of the) Merseyside Civic Society ... 1941. by Shennan, Alfred Ernest Sir.

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Published in (Liverpool) .
Written in English


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Published by the Liverpool Council of Social Service and the Merseyside Civic Society.

ContributionsLiverpool Council of Social Service., Merseyside Civic Society.
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Pagination20 p.
Number of Pages20
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Open LibraryOL20334341M

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