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Human Factors in Architecture: A Bibliography epub

by Mary Vance


Human Factors in Architecture: A Bibliography epub

ISBN: 0880665033

ISBN13: 978-0880665032

Author: Mary Vance

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Language: English

Publisher: Vance Bibliographies (May 1, 1983)

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