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Onward and upward : a centenary history of Spensley Street Primary School 3146, Clifton Hill / Helena Carroll and Carole Wilkinson
Bib ID 1492790
Format BookBook
Author
Carroll, Helena, 1923-
 
Description Clifton Hill, Vic. : Spensley Street Primary School, 1991 
28 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 064607282X
Notes

Available from Spensley Street Primary School, 193 Spensley St, Clifton Hill Vic 3068.

Subjects Spensley Street Primary School - History.  |  Primary schools - Victoria - Clifton Hill - History.
Other authors/contributors Wilkinson, Carole, 1950-  |  Spensley Street Primary School

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