2 edition of Report on health and welfare needs and services of the Toronto Jewish community found in the catalog.
Report on health and welfare needs and services of the Toronto Jewish community
United Jewish Welfare Fund. Social Planning Committee.
1969 by Social Planning Committee, United Jewish Welfare Fund in Toronto .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by the Social Planning Committee, United Jewish Welfare Fund.|
|LC Classifications||HV3193.C2 U75 1969|
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