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Get your facts straight : a select list of Australian information sources, mainly directories, for use in day-to-day living, held by the city of Sydney Public Library and branches / City of Sydney Public Library
Bib ID 1305579
Format BookBook
Author
Sydney (N.S.W.). Council  |  City of Sydney Public Library
 
Description Sydney : Council of the City of Sydney, 1978 
iv,67p. ; 26cm. 
ISBN 0909368236
Notes

Indexes.

Cover title: Get your facts straight at your city library.

Subjects Public libraries. Stock: Reference books on Australia. City of Sydney. Lists.  |  Australia - Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Sydney (N.S.W.). Council

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