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Paper and its relation to printing by Weiner, Jack.

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Published by Institute of Paper Chemistry in Appleton, Wis .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Previous ed. by Clarence J West, 1944.

StatementJack Weiner and Lillian Roth.
SeriesInstitute of Paper Chemistry bibliographic series -- no. 164
ContributionsRoth, Lillian., Institute of Paper Chemistry.
The Physical Object
Pagination547 p.
Number of Pages547
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19128716M

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