Housing and households in Hampshire.
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Published by Hampshire County Planning Dept, Research & Intelligence Dept. in Winchester .
Written in English

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Series1981census working paper -- no.10, Census 1981
ContributionsHampshire (England). Research and Intelligence Group.
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Open LibraryOL14202306M

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