Report relative to vandalism on public property
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Report relative to vandalism on public property by Massachusetts. General Court. Legislative Research Council.

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Published by The Council in [Boston] .
Written in English



  • Massachusetts,
  • United States,
  • Massachusetts.


  • Government property -- Massachusetts -- Vandalism.,
  • Government property -- United States -- Vandalism.,
  • Crime prevention and architectural design -- Massachusetts.

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Statementthe Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Legislative Research Council.
Series[Documents] - House, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1976 ; no. 4951
LC ClassificationsJ87 .M4 1976g no. 4951, KFM2968.M2 .M4 1976g no. 4951
The Physical Object
Pagination101 p. ;
Number of Pages101
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4695357M
LC Control Number77622095

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