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Historical accounts [manuscript]
Bib ID 1387142
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Behr, John
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description [19--] 
48 cm. (3 boxes) 
Summary

Dr John Behr has compiled a four volume account of the history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. Volumes covering the aviation, medical and radio facets are in this collection; Literary manuscript (1 vol.), Administration history of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia; Typescript (1 vol.), Women of the inland (Women in the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia); 2 vols. Selection of anecdotes, index to history of administration; 1 vol. Selection of anecdotes (Vol. 2).

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 7178.

Subjects Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia - History.  |  Aeronautics in medicine - Australia - Anecdotes.  |  Rural health services - Australia - Anecdotes.  |  Medicine, Rural - Australia - Anecdotes.  |  Transport of sick and wounded - Australia.
Occupation Doctors

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