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Public and private welfare, Roanoke, Virginia [by] Frank William Hoffer, associate research professor of public welfare, Institute for research in the social sciences, University of Virginia ... published by the Roanoke city planning and zoning commissions, the Roanoke community fund, and the Roanoke chamber of commerce, as a part of a comprehensive city study, June, 1928.

Main Author: Hoffer, Frank William.
Language(s): English
Published: [Roanoke, Printed by the Stone printing and manufacturing company, 1928]
Subjects: Social surveys > Virginia > Roanoke.
Charities > Virginia > Roanoke.
Roanoke (Va.) > Social conditions.
Note: "Report of Joint committee on public and private welfare work in Roanoke": p. [123]-142.
"Undertaken in August, 1927, by the Institute for research in the social sciences of the University of Virginia, at the invitation of the City council and Community fund of Roanoke."--p. [xi]
Physical Description: xii, 142 p. illus. (incl. plans) diagrs. 28 cm.
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