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Readings in financial institutions
Collection of papers presented at meetings of the Conference on Savings and Residential Financing, held annually since 1958, sponsored by United States Savings and Loan League.
|Statement||edited by Marshall D. Ketchum and Leon T. Kendall.|
|Contributions||Ketchum, Marshall Dana., Kendall, Leon T., United States Savings and Loan League., Conference on Savings and Residential Financing.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||413|
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