crisis of mankind the urgent educational tasks of the university in our time. by University of Minnesota. Educational Conference Celebrating the Inauguration of James Lewis Morrill as Eighth President of the University of Minnesota, 1946.

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  • Morrill, James Lewis, 1891-,
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LC ClassificationsLD3345 1946 .A55
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Pagination121 p.
Number of Pages121
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Open LibraryOL6514195M
LC Control Number47006847
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