Max Hall

Max Hall was Harvard University Press’s first Editor for the Social Sciences (1960–1973).

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Cover: Harvard University Press: A HistoryHarvard University Press: A HistoryHall, MaxPAPERBACK06/15/1988$31.00
Cover: Made in New York: Case Studies in Metropolitan ManufacturingMade in New York: Case Studies in Metropolitan ManufacturingHall, MaxE-DITION01/01/1959$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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