Description of the prevailing system of raising and distributing current school revenue.
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Description of the prevailing system of raising and distributing current school revenue. An address delivered on July 13, 1939 before the Section on Financial Administration of the Fourth Annual Institute of Government. by W. B. Satterthwaite

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Published in [Seattle] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • School lands -- Washington (State)

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SeriesWashington (State). University. Bureau of Governmental Research and Services. Report -- no. 32., Report (University of Washington. Bureau of Governmental Research and Services) -- no. 32.
The Physical Object
Pagination5 l.
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Open LibraryOL16869197M

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