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Amelia Isabella Harris
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Ass. by Rosemary Clausen. An enquiry carried out on behalf of the National Corporation for the Care of Old People and Scottish Home and Health Department; Government Social Survey.

Ass. Year of publication: -. Other Persons: Harris, Amelia Isabella (contributor) ; Clausen, Rosemary (contributor). Institutions: National Corporation for the Care of Old People (contributor) ; Scottish Home and Health Department (contributor) ; Government Social Survey (contributor). Publisher: London : H. M. S. O. Subject: Altershilfe Alterslebenshaltung Großbritannien

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a study in thirteen local authority areas in England, Wales and Scotland. Includes bibliographical references. Published 1968 by . Government social survey,, SS 366.

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