The Passionate Educators. Voluntary Associations and the Struggle for Control of Adult Educational Broadcasting in Canada 1919 -1952
by Faris, Ron
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Toronto: Peter Martin Associates, 1975 A very clean tight book inscribed by author on ffep. Red cloth covered boards with bright gilt titles on spine. DJ is complete with very little chipping to head of spine. Pages are slightly aged and jacket displays some shelfwear aging.
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- The Passionate Educators. Voluntary Associations and the Struggle for Control of Adult Educational Broadcasting in Canada 1919 -1952
- Faris, Ron
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- First Edition
- Peter Martin Associates
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- Radio Adult Education Canada Voluntary Associations
- 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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