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Book title: The United States Employment Service:Its History, Activities and Organization.
Contributors: Darrell Hevenor Smith - Author, Brookings Institution - OrganizationName.
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins Press.
Place of publication: Baltimore, MD.
Publication year: 1923.
Page number: v.
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