2 edition of The origins and growth of physical science found in the catalog.
The origins and growth of physical science
|Statement||Edited by D.L. Hurd and J.J. Kipling.|
|Series||A Pelican book -- A534, A535|
|Contributions||Hurd, D. L., Kipling, J. J., Schwartz, George I.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
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