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Art and Industry in Education. A Book Illustrative of the Principles and Problems of the Courses in the Fine and Industrial Arts at Teachers College, 1913

By Columbia University. Teachers College. Arts and Crafts Club

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Title: Art and Industry in Education. A Book Illustrative of the Principles and Problems of the Courses in the Fine and Industrial Arts at Teachers College, 1913  
Author: Columbia University. Teachers College. Arts and Crafts Club
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Language: English
Subject: Arts and crafts movement, Decorative arts, Art
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1913
Publisher: New York; Arts and Crafts Club of Teacher's College, Columbia University

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Teachers College. Arts And Crafts Clu, C. U. (1913). Art and Industry in Education. A Book Illustrative of the Principles and Problems of the Courses in the Fine and Industrial Arts at Teachers College, 1913. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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