Children with communication problems proceedings of a conference called by ICAA (the Invalid Children"s Aid Association) 7 April 1964 and held in the Medical College of St Bartholomew"s Hospital, London EC1

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Statementedited by Alfred White Franklin.
ContributionsFranklin, Alfred White, 1905-1984., Invalid Children"s Aid Association.
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